On the Board:Margie H. Muller, state bank commissioner...

Newswatch . . .business people

October 16, 1991

On the Board:

Margie H. Muller, state bank commissioner, became chairman of the Conference of State Bank Supervisors (CSBS) at a meeting of the conference's board of directors. The conference is an association of state officials that regulates the nation's state-chartered banks, and has about 3,500 members. A graduate of UCLA, Muller was senior vice president for corporate affairs at Union Trust Company prior to becoming the state's bank commissioner.

* Baltimore Goodwill Industries Inc. announced the following have been elected to its board of directors: Paul H. Beatty, executive in residence, University of Baltimore; Susan L. Hartt, Hartt & Co.; Osborne A. Payne, president, Broadway-Payne Inc.; Carl J. Becker, executive vice president, Environmental Elements Corp.; and Herb Watchinski, manager of maintenance marketing, IBM. Michael P. Traskey, director of organization development for McCormick & Co., and Stephen Schuler, investment representative for Alex. Brown & Sons, were appointed to Goodwill's board of governors.

* Frederick D. D'Alessio, president and chief executive officer of the C&P Telephone Co. of Maryland, was appointed to the Goucher College board of trustees. Edward J. Trojan has been promoted to managing principal of the mid-Atlantic offices of Greiner Inc., which was founded in Baltimore and is one of the oldest full-service engineering, architecture, planning and surveying firms in the country. Formerly vice president and resident manager of Greiner's Pennsylvania office, Trojan will be responsible for the day-to-day operations of the firm's offices in Maryland, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Virginia, and a staff of 200. Robert D. Kennedy, chairman of Union Carbide Corp., was selected by the Maryland Section of the American Chemical Society to receive the first W.R. Grace & Co. Award. Kennedy, who will receive the award Oct. 22 in Baltimore, is being cited for promoting technology, environmental responsibility and systemic change in American schools.

* The Clergy for Renewal of East Baltimore (CURE) is the recipient of the Johns Hopkins Health System's third annual Clarence Du Burns Award for Community Service. CURE is recognized as having made significant inroads on a variety of health and social issues in the East Baltimore community. The $1,000 award was established in recognition of the long relationship between former Mayor Burns and Johns Hopkins.


Susan L. Abbott has been promoted to vice president-quality assurance at McCormick & Co. Abbott joined McCormick in 1970 as a chemist for corporate analytical services and was previously corporate director of quality assurance.

* McCormick also promoted Marshall Myers to vice president for research and development. Myers, who received his Ph.D. in nutritional biochemistry and metabolism from M.I.T., previously served as vice president of R&D and quality assurance for the Uncle Ben's Group of Mars Inc. Crown Central Petroleum Corp. of Baltimore has announced a streamlining of its management ranks. Retiring this year will be William R. Snyder, senior vice president-administration, and Ted M. Jackson, director and senior vice president and chief financial officer.

Edward L. Rosenberg, vice president-supply and transportation and assistant treasurer, was promoted to senior vice president-finance and administration. John E. Wheeler Jr., vice president-controller, was promoted to vice president-treasurer and controller.

Randall M. Trembly, vice president-treasurer, was named vice president-refining. Albert P. Caldwell Jr., vice president-refining, was named vice president-refinery major projects. J. Michael Mims, director of internal auditing, was named vice president-internal auditing and counseling services. Paul J. Ebner, general manager of marketing support services, was named vice president-marketing support services.

* Crown also announced the election of Michael F. Dacey, North American sector executive and an executive vice president of the Chase Manhattan Corp., to Crown's board. He replaces Francis X. Stankard, a former Chase executive who sat on Crown's board.

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