Marlene L. McKone has been named manager of quality and regulatory compliance at McCormick & Co., and will manage the company's regulatory compliance program. McKone joined the company in 1969 and previously held the position of manager of product quality audit and labeling compliance.
* Christina T.K. Huang has been named senior food technologist in the Applied Technology Group in McCormick's Technical Resource Center. Huang previously worked at Quaker Oats Co. in Barrington, Ill., where she spent 11 years in their Corporate Research Center.
* Page Edwards has been elected vice president of materials and production planning at Steeltin Can Corp. Edwards joined the company in 1979 and most recently was operations manager. He now will oversee all production scheduling and planning and materials purchasing.
Ann Thanner Melvin, R.N., has been elected the president of the Baltimore Association of Nurse Recruiters. Thanner has been serving as the nurse recruiter at the Baltimore Veterans Administration Medical Center since February 1988. The Baltimore Association of Nurse Recruiters has 41 member organizations and is dedicated to promoting ethical and sound principles of nurse recruitment and retention in the Baltimore area.
* Adele Wilzack has been named executive director of the Health Facilities Association of Maryland. The association represents 140 nursing homes in Maryland. For the last eight years, Wilzack had been the secretary of the Maryland State Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.
* Stanley A. Klatsky, M.D. has been named president of the medical staff at Baltimore County General Hospital. Klatsky, an internationally recognized authority on aesthetic plastic surgery, had been vice president and secretary-treasurer of the medical staff. He also is chief of the division of plastic and reconstructive surgery at the hospital, a position he has held since 1971.
* Dr. William J. Launder was appointed president of the Greater Laurel Beltsville Hospital medical staff, succeeding Dr. Kevin N. Hennessey. Launder has been an active member of the hospital's staff for 11 years and is in partnership with Maryland Orthopedics with offices in Laurel and Ellicott City.
* Warren T. Gregory has been elected president and chief executive officer of Medical Waste Associates, the developer and owner of the medical waste incinerator at Hawkins Point in Baltimore. He had worked for Merrill Lynch in New York as a managing director of municipal markets.
* Mary Marsan has been appointed a health and welfare consultant for C&B Consulting Group-Herget Division, a business consulting company. Marsan had been a consultant for BeneSoft Inc. a national benefits company.
Regina P. Swearingen has been named director of marketing and communications at the Baltimore Sun Co. Swearingen will ** have responsibility for sales development, marketing research, promotion, public relations and communications at the company. Swearingen replaces Ann Gallant who resigned in May to start her own marketing consulting firm. She joined the firm as sales development manager in September 1988, and was promoted to marketing, research and communications manager in December 1990. Prior to joining the Baltimore Sun, Swearingen was manager of sales and market research for the Association of Trial Lawyers of America.
Samuel J. Deal, former a vice president with Maryland National Bank, community banking group, has joined the Harbor Bank of Maryland as a vice president in charge of branch administration. He will supervise the bank's continuing search for new branch offices. The bank now has two branches along with its downtown headquarters.
* Paisley Dennehy Wessel, a financial adviser with PrudentiaSecurities Corp., has obtained the title of of certified financial planner, which is awarded by the International Board of Standards and Practices for Certified Financial Planners.
Submit personnel changes to Business People, The Evening Sun, 501 N. Calvert St., Baltimore, Md. 21278. Black-and-white photos are welcome but cannot be returned.