New positionsBata Show Co. Inc. in Belcamp named George W...

ON THE MOVE

October 21, 1991

New positions

Bata Show Co. Inc. in Belcamp named George W. Fletcher manager of operations.

Greiner Inc., a Timonium-based engineering, architecture, planning and surveying firm, promoted Edward J. Trojan managing principal of the mid-Atlantic offices.

St. Agnes Hospital in Baltimore appointed Robert E. Pezzoli president and chief executive officer.

Essex Community College named Dr. Theresa B. Majewski chair of the Allied Health division.

Internal Revenue Service, Baltimore District, named Allen Rawls chief, criminal investigation division.

Shopco Management Corp. promoted Robyn Clark to general manager of Eastpoint Mall and appointed Dawn M. Bunyon marketing director of Eastpoint Mall.

Bacharach Rasin, a Towson-based sporting goods distributor, named Barney Aburn national lacrosse sales executive.

Genetic Therapy Inc., a Gaithersburg-based company that develops treatments for diseases by using gene delivery systems, named Dr. Gerard J. McGarrity vice president and director of development.

Kilsby-Roberts, based in Brea, Calif., named Jeffrey S. Liebert inside sales representative for the Baltimore manufacturer of metal fabricators.

The Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore named James R. Jones III vice president for human resources.

Yankee Engineering Co. Inc., a Baltimore-based material handling company, named Steven T. Mitchell and William H. Shepard sales engineers. Coyne & McClean, a Baltimore-based accounting and management consulting firm, appointed Susan E. Carne and J. H. Rick Jung to the audit and accounting department.

Katz, Abosch, Windesheim, Gershman & Freedman, a Baltimore-based accounting and management consulting firm, appointed Nathalie Buki staff accountant in the Towson office.

Quinn, Ward and Kershaw, a Baltimore-based law firm, named F. Paul Bland Jr. associate. Mr. Bland had been chief nominations counsel for the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee.

Adelberg, Rudow, Dorf, Hendler & Sameth, a law firm in Baltimore, named Avery Aisenstark counsel.

Weinberg and Green, a Baltimore-based law firm, named Alfred L. Scanlan Jr. and David R. Sonnenberg partners, Bernard A. Cook limited partner, Edward J. Baines and Samuel L. Israel associates in the Columbia office. Robert David Joseph and Glen Patrick Smith were named associates in the Baltimore litigation department.

Frank, Bernstein, Conaway & Goldman, a law firm in Baltimore and Washington, named William M. Hesson Jr. counsel and member of the Land Use and Environmental Law Group.

Ernst & Young, a professional services firm in Baltimore, promoted the following to senior manager: James S. Guild, Mark W. Hahn, Jean Oglethorpe, Sandra L. Pack and Brian M. Rogers.

Anderson Associates, a regional accounting firm, promoted Glenn W. Kirchner to manager.

Semmes, Bowen & Semmes, a Baltimore-based law firm, named Lisa D. Fentress and Barry S. Brown associates in the Workers' Compensation Department.

Tydings & Rosenberg, a Baltimore-based law firm, appointed Paul W. Grace partner in the litigation group.

Katz, Abosch, Windesheim, Gershman & Freedman, a Baltimore-based accounting and management/consulting firm, named Karen L. Gouldmann staff accountant in the Towson office.

Clark and Anderson, an accounting firm in Glen Burnie, named Ronald E. Antlitz partner.

McLean, Koehler, Sparks & Hammond, a regional accounting and business consulting firm, appointed Richard J. Kuczak senior accountant.

Levin & Gann, a law firm in Baltimore and Towson, appointed Steven M. Gevarter partner.

Michael C. Hodes, a law firm in Towson, named Elise Abell Butler a member of the firm.

Health care

University of Maryland Medical Center in Baltimore named Dr. Joel I. Brenner president of the medical staff.

University of Maryland Medical Center in Baltimore named Dr. Joel I. Brenner president of the medical staff.

Meridian Healthcare, a Towson-based operator of nursing centers and retirement communities in the Baltimore and Washington area, named Irvin D. Winebrenner administrator of the Catonsville facility.

Maryland General Health Care Center in Catonsville named Dr. Lalah Catherine Newbrough family practice physician.

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