Harbor Hospital Center in Baltimore named William R. Blanchard III executive vice president and chief operating officer.
Roland Park Travel in Baltimore named Kevin Abell president.
Comm-Tronics Inc., a Glen Burnie-based distributor of two-way radio products, appointed Dee Sansing Motorola sales manager.
Davidson Forwarding Co., a subsidiary of Davidson Transfer & Storage Co., promoted Lawrence J. Doolen to manager, Household Goods Division and Dorothy L. Stone to manager, Domestic Military Household Goods Section. The company also appointed James Haker head of the Air Freight Division at Baltimore-Washington International Airport.
Loyola College in Maryland named Dr. Pamela Paul director of multicultural affairs.
Yaffe & Co. Inc., a benefit, compensation and human resource consulting firm in Towson, named Jeff Schwartzmann pension actuary and Neal Keim actuarial assistant.
Maryland Biotechnology Institute, an independent research organization in College Park that is part of the University of Maryland System, named William Cooper comptroller.
D. J. Chapman Group, an Ellicott City-based management consulting, training and executive search company, appointed
Lisa Coleianne marketing assistant.
COMSAT Video Enterprises, a Clarksburg-based division of Communications Satellite Corp., appointed Jeffrey B. Grimshaw vice president of marketing and communications.
Diversified Signs Inc., a Forest Hill-based manufacturer of signs and accessory products, appointed Lawrence H. Wilson controller.
Ceiling Seal Inc., a Columbia-based division of Copeland Construction Service Inc., named Jim Parsons senior vice president for operations.
Best Western Hotel at Baltimore-Washington International Airport named Karen Bowers director of sales.
McCormick & Co. Inc., a Hunt Valley-based producer of seasonings, flavorings and specialty foods, named James A. Hooker chief financial officer and Tim Shaffrey associate account manager for the McCormick Flavor Group.
Anne Arundel County Public Library appointed Linda Mielke associate administrator.
ExecuTrain, a Baltimore-based provider of personal computer software training services, named Michelle B. Richards director
BookQuest, an Owings Mills-based computer network to connect sellers and buyers of books, serials and maps, named Richard M. Weatherford vice president.
Morris & Ritchie Associates Inc., a civil engineering and land development consulting company in Baltimore, appointed Donald Mitten chief engineer and Timothy F. Madden senior landscape architect.
Loyola College in Baltimore appointed Dr. Frank Cunningham assistant provost.
William M. Mercer Inc., a human resources consulting firm in Baltimore, named Bruce D. Marsden head of the health and welfare consulting practice. The company also promoted Geoffrey L. Adams, Terri L. Chastain and William D. Samuels to associate.
C&B Consulting Group-Herget Division, a Baltimore-based compensation and employee benefits consulting division of Willis Corroon, named William M. Stanton president and chief executive officer.
Hughes Information Technology Co., an Arlington, Va.-based unit Hughes Aircraft Co., appointed Rebecca Hann manager of program development.
Downtown Partnership of Baltimore, a downtown Baltimore management organization that works with businesses and city agencies, named Jennifer Berk director of marketing and Barry Heintz operations coordinator.
Whitman, Requardt and Associates, a Baltimore-based engineering partnership, promoted Bruce C. McMillin to associate engineer.
Dundalk Community College in Baltimore named John "Jack" R. George director of the Labor Studies program. Mr. George is former president of Local 37 of the International Union of Operating Engineers.
Charlestown Retirement Community in Catonsville named Dr. Scott Poulton staff physician for the retirement community and associate medical director for Charlestown's Care Center.
Pollux Corp., a Jessup-based supplier of aircraft parts, appointed Richard N. Rounds senior vice president.