On the board:The Maryland Chamber of Commerce and the...

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August 19, 1991

On the board:

The Maryland Chamber of Commerce and the Maryland Economic Growth Associates have elected members to an umbrella organization, Maryland Chamber and Economic Development Associates, which will direct the merger of the two statewide business organizations. Chamber board members elected to the new board are Chamber President Ronald E. Creamer; Gerald W. Ebker, president of IBM Corp.-Bethesda; Earle Palmer Brown, head of Earle Palmer Brown Cos., Bethesda; Richard E. Hug, chairman of Environmental Elements Corp., Baltimore; J. Glenn Beall, chairman and CEO of Beall, Garner, Screen & Geare of Cumberland; Edward N. Evans, president and CEO of Cambridge Wire Cloth Co.; and James McLean, president and CEO of Four Seas-Seven Winds Travel of Baltimore. MEGA board members elected to the umbrella board are MEGA Chairman George V. McGowan, chairman and CEO of Baltimore Gas & Electric Co.; Carl J. Sardegna; chairman and president of Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Maryland; Charles W. Cole Jr., president and CEO of First National Bank of Md.; H. Furlong Baldwin, chairman and CEO of Mercantile Safe Deposit & Trust Co.; Dan A. Colussy, president and CEO of UNC Inc. of Annapolis; and Benjamin R. Civiletti, managing partner of Venable, Baetjer and Howard, the Baltimore law firm.

Frank P. Bramble, president and chief executive officer of MNC Financial Inc., was elected to the board of the Maryland Chamber of Commerce.

* Charles E. "Ted" Herget Jr., chairman of C&B Consulting/Herget Division, has been elected chairman of the board of the Baltimore County Chamber of Commerce. Nicholas G. Greaves, the Chamber's senior staff member, was named president. William J. Crowley Jr., partner in Arthur Andersen & Co., was elected senior vice president; Robert L. Cook, president of R.L. Cook & Associates, vice chairman, membership development and retention; William E. Franswick, executive vice president of KCI Technologies Inc.; vice chairman, legislative affairs; and Jay R. Fries, a partner in the law firm of Kruchko & Fries, vice chairman, small business. Thomas V. Murphy, president of AAI Corp., was named vice president, strategic planning; Daniel R. Paterson, executive vice president of Signet Bank, vice chairman, business development; Terry M. Rubenstein, executive vice president of New Town Development Corp., vice chairman, human resources. Michael J. Chesser, vice president, consumer services for BG&E, will serve as immediate past chairman; John F. Gaburick, senior partner at Media Dimensions Inc., treasurer; Milton R. Smith Jr., a partner at Miles & Stockbridge, legal counsel; and George H. Mantakos, president and CEO of Fairview Federal Savings & Loan Assn., vice chairman, leadership program. Elected to the board were Kevin G. Byrnes, president and CEO of Chase Bank of Md., and Fries. Re-elected were Franswick; Rubenstein; John J. Pauliny, partner, Price Waterhouse; and Donald W. Thurlow Jr., publisher, Suburban Editions, the Baltimore Sun. James A. Wall Sr. has been named director of patient administrative services at the University of Maryland Medical System. He will be responsible for several departments, including admitting, ambulatory services, medical records, patient accounting and the University Health Center.

St. Agnes Hospital announced that Sister Mary Louise is resigning as president of the hospital to accept a position as administrator of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Shrine in Emmitsburg. Ellen Richter-Jarosinski has been appointed account executive for American Office, a Baltimore based contract office furniture dealership. Richter-Jarosinski formerly worked in interior design and marketing for the H. Chambers Co. of Baltimore. John G. Evans has been elected to the National Association of Realtors' Board of Directors. Evans, who is immediate past president of the Greater Baltimore Board of Realtors, is executive vice president of O'Connor, Piper and Flynn.


Marc B. Sherman has been appointed director of real estate and construction unit of the business investigation services department at Coopers & Lybrand. The department provides reorganization and litigation services for the Baltimore office of Coopers, an international accounting and consulting firm.

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