New positionsCrown Central Petroleum Corp. in Baltimore...

ON THE MOVE

November 04, 1991

New positions

Crown Central Petroleum Corp. in Baltimore named Joseph M. Coale III director of corporate communications and public affairs.

The Discovery Channel, a cable television channel based in Bethesda, appointed Susan Burleigh director of consumer publicity for the Communications Department.

Bethlehem Steel Corp. promoted William C. Donovan to superintendent of the cold sheet mills division of the Sparrows

Point plant.

Corporate Healthcare Strategies Inc., a Lancaster, Pa.-based employee benefit consulting firm, named Kenneth G. Stoudt executive vice president and full partner.

Selnick Corp., a Baltimore-based sales, marketing and distribution company for electronics products, appointed Jon M. Winters executive vice president and chief commercial officer.

Whitmore Printing of Annapolis named James P. Hogan manufacturing manager.

Nevins & Associates, an Owings Mills-based marketing, public affairs and fund-raising company, appointed Cynthia Fraiman assistant account executive.

Centre Management, an arena/event management and consulting company in Landover, promoted Mike Bogucki to director of business development and consulting, and Deb Fiscella to public relations manager. Kevin Barrett was also named public relations manager for the Springfield,

Mass., Civic Center and Symphony Hall, which are managed by Centre Management.

Gannett Fleming Inc., a consulting engineering firm based in Harrisburg, Pa., named Robert M. Gruninger regional manager in the Baltimore office.

North Charles Press in Baltimore named Kevin J. Nelson account executive.

ExecuCentre, a provider of office services in Owings Mills, appointed Sandra A. Dennison manager. Katz, Abosch, Windesheim, Gersh

man & Freedman, a Baltimore-based accounting and management/consulting firm, appointed Nicholas Witherspoon network administrator.

Wolpoff Co., a regional CPA firm based in Baltimore, re-elected Alvin S. Wolpoff managing partner and elected Ronald J. Staines chief operating officer.

Health care

University of Maryland Medical System in Baltimore named Dr. Joel I. Brenner president of the medical staff. Dr. M. Jane Matjasko was named president-elect, and Dr. William C. Gray was appointed secretary/treasurer.

Fallston General Hospital appointed Cheri Twigg head nurse of the Special Care Unit.

Financial services

PSA Financial Center in Lutherville named Joseph E. Cole account executive.

Inland Mortgage Corp. in Timonium named Joyce Maguire loan officer.

First Advantage Mortgage Corp. named Donald S. Hess assistant vice president and Towson branch manager. First Advantage also appointed the following mortgage loan originators: Patricia L. Thornberg, Anne L. Madden, John A. Smith, Deborah E. Dennis and Joseph A. Kaplan in the Columbia office; Jonel G. Bergeron in the Towson office; Michael A. Bernon, Robert D. Martell and Alex S. Kocerhan in the Severna

Park office.

Maryland First Financial Services Corp. in Baltimore named Raymond C. Faust III financial analyst.

Bank of Bowie elected Charles A. Bryer vice president and treasurer.

Signet Bank in Washington promoted John F. Ayers III to assistant vice president, loan administration division.

Real estate, development

Jerold H. Gilbert & Associates Ltd. Realtors in Vienna, Va., appointed Dan Western vice president.

J. Gordon Mueller Co., a Towson-based commercial real estate company, appointed Howard F. Rew representative for shopping center leasing.

On the board

American National Savings Association in Baltimore elected Calvin L. Bowers to the board of directors. Mr. Bowers recently retired from Second National Federal Savings Bank.

Advertising and P.R.

Penn Advertising of Baltimore Inc. named Steven D. Southern sales manager.

Cornerstone, an advertising, design and public relations firm in Baltimore, appointed Carol Griffin production artist.

Maleson Advertising in Owings Mills appointed Susan Newman

media buyer.

Bomstein Agency, a Washington-based advertising agency, appointed Terry Coveny executive creative director.

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