Arthur S. Wieland has been appointed vice president for finance and chief financial officer of Sinai Hospital. Wieland joined Sinai in January as acting chief financial officer. He was previously senior manager with the accounting and consulting firm of KPMG Peat Marwick. Wieland had been Sinai's budget director from 1983 to 1986.
Monumental Paving Co. Inc. has appointed Andrew D. Swanston, previously a consultant to the firm, as chief financial officer. Joe Guzinski has been promoted to executive vice president. Guzinski is responsible for administrative management of the firm's daily operations.
Alice S. Moore has been named director of the Women's Program at Dundalk Community College. She will oversee the program's academic advising courses, career counseling and testing, personal counseling, and other special referral services. Moore will also direct the Displaced Homemaker's Program, Project Independence and Changes, which are funded by grants. Previously she was a counselor for Turning Point at Essex Community College.
Mulligan/Griffin and Associates Inc. has promoted Ed Tuvin to vice president responsible for leasing negotiations and tenant improvement construction in the Maryland area. Tuvin joined the Rockville-based firm in 1989, after working as an assistant to the president of the Manekin Corp.
MNC Financial Inc., the parent company of Maryland National Bank, has promoted Jerome W. Evans, Susan C. Keating, J. Marshall Reid and Stephen K. Shock to executive vice president.
Evans will be responsible for the Financial Group, which has corporate responsibility for all accounting operations, financial reporting and operating plans, and Keating will oversee the Community Bank business, which includes all retail branch and lending activities throughout Maryland, Washington and Virginia. Reid will be responsible for the Baltimore Wholesale Banking Group, which includes the middle market, health care and large corporations. Shock will oversee MNC's consolidated Treasury Group activities, including the financial markets and funding, investment and treasury operations divisions.
MNC promoted David L. Kot and Wells T. Stanwick to senior vice president. Kot will oversee retail operations functions, and Stanwick is responsible for monitoring MNC's $100 million cost reduction program.
Darlene Carver was elected chairperson of the Maryland Job Service Employer Committee, a volunteer organization that serves as a communication link between employers and the Maryland Job Service of the Department of Economic and Employment Development. Richard Aarons was elected vice chairperson of the committee. Carver is the founder and president of Merlin & Associates, an education and training consulting firm in Ijamsville. Aarons is manager of the Baltimore County Chamber of Commerce Small Business Council.
Helen Lindsay Peterson was named vice chairman of export promotion for the Asia-Pacific Council of American Chambers of Commerce. The organization, based in Hong Kong, promotes the trade interests of United States companies throughout the Far East. Peterson is the director of the Maryland International Division's Hong Kong office.
On the board:
Robert R. Neall, the Anne Arundel county executive, and Frances H. Flanigan, executive director of the Alliance of the Chesapeake Bay, have been appointed to the board of trustees for the Chesapeake Bay Trust, a non-profit organization that provides funds for bay-restoration projects. JoAnn Roberts, an environmental education coordinator for the Calvert County School System, was re-appointed by Gov. William Donald Schaefer.
Judge Raymond M. Faby was appointed chief administrative law judge of the Baltimore hearing office of the Social Security Administration.
David J. McGill has been appointed resident manager of the Sheraton Inner Harbor Hotel and will oversee its day-to-day operations. McGill formerly was a rooms division manager of the Sheraton Halifax in Nova Scotia, Canada.
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