New positionsGrady Management Inc., a Bethesda-based...


July 22, 1991

New positions

Grady Management Inc., a Bethesda-based residential and commercial property management firm, named Walter R. Donaldson vice president for asset and commercial


Arcata Graphics Co., based in Baltimore, appointed Michael D. Harris, head of the Buffalo, N.Y., division, and Gary R. Hamacher vice president and division manager of the facility in Nashville, Tenn. The company also announced that the Clarksville, Tenn. location will now be called Arcata Graphics/Clarksville.

Total Construction Services Inc., an Ellicott City-based construction contractor, named Jennifer Hash building consultant.

Smelkinson SYSCO, a Jessup-based food service distribution

company, appointed Harry Commarata controller.

Whitney, Bailey, Cox & Magnani, a Timonium-based engineering, planning and surveying company, named William Preston Davis, Philip Der and David G. Mongan partners.

Atlantic Builders Group Inc., a Baltimore-based contracting company, appointed Richard W. Story senior manager for business development.

Montgomery County Housing Opportunities Commission in Kensington appointed Donna Boxer director of finance.

WLIF-AM/FM Radio in Baltimore named Ken Stevens vice president and general manager of the Baltimore station in addition to his position as vice president and general manager of WJFK Radio in Washington.

Advertising and P.R.

The Identity Group Inc., a Hagerstown-based graphic design and advertising firm, named Sharon Richmond office manager.

Marriner Marketing Communications Inc., a Columbia-based advertising and sales promotion agency, appointed Kenneth "Boh" Hatter vice president and management supervisor.

The Bomstein Agency, a Washington-based advertising agency, named Carol Hughes media buyer.

Legal and professional

Coyne & McClean, a Baltimore-based accounting and management consulting firm, named Lyle K. Benson Jr. officer and stockholder of the firm.

Semmes, Bowen & Semmes, a regional law firm, named Pamela A. Bresnahan partner and Robert W. Hesselbacher Jr. senior associate.

Clifton, Gunderson & Co., a regional accounting and consulting firm, elected Randall L. Effner partner in the Baltimore office.

Kaplan, Heyman, Greenberg, Engelman & Belgrad, a Baltimore-based law firm, named Cynthia A. Bauer administrator.

Financial services

Chesapeake Federal Savings and Loan Association appointed R. Thomas Jefferson vice president and senior loan officer.

The Rothschild Co., an investment and management company in Baltimore, appointed Iris Warren Park vice president and controller.

Health care

North Arundel Hospital named Cheryl Marie Minnehan nurse manager of its sixth-floor patient care unit.

The Liberty Medical Center Inc. named Maxie T. Collier, M.D., chief executive administrator of the new Community Institute of Behavioral Services and chairman of the Department of Community Psychiatry.

Integrated Health Services Inc. named Stephen Press vice president of development and regulatory affairs.

Normandy Health & Fitness Center named Michele Boesche

director of life extension program.

University Physicians, the faculty practice plan of the University of Maryland Medical Center, named Glenn F. McAvoy director of finance.

New Beginnings at Meadows, an alcohol and drug treatment program in Gambrills, named George Marko executive director.

Agnes Hospital in Baltimore appointed Sister Jean Rhoads and Mark W. Pahl service line administrators.

The Johns Hopkins Wilmer Eye Institute in Baltimore named Jay H. Blackman administrator.

On the board

Crown Central Petroleum Corp. in Baltimore elected Jack Africk to the board of directors. Mr. Africk is vice chairman of United States Tobacco Co.

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