HealthStuart Rabinowitz has been named director of nuclear...

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November 04, 1991

Health

Stuart Rabinowitz has been named director of nuclear medicine at Sinai Hospital in Baltimore. He completed his residency in radiology and fellowship training in nuclear medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital. Dr. Rabinowitz received his medical degree from New York University School of Medicine and his doctorate degree in engineering and applied physics from Harvard University.

* Michael Yuhas was named executive director of Green Spring Mental Health Services, a subsidiary of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Maryland. Yuhas first joined Blue Cross and Blue Shield seven years ago in the provider-affairs department, and he has held a vice president's post with Green Spring since January 1991. In his current position, Yuhas is responsible for all functions and operations at Green Spring Mental Services of Maryland.

John G. Evans, executive vice president and general sales manager of O'Conor, Piper, and Flynn, has been named 1991 Realtor of the Year by the Greater Baltimore Board of Realtors. A 25-year real estate industry veteran, Evans is responsible for the day-to-day management of more than 40 residential offices, and he is active in real estate professional organizations. Michael L. Goldstein, former vice president and senior lending officer of Signet Bank, has been named chief executive officer of Maryland Permanent Bank & Trust Co. Goldstein was at Signet for 25 years and his area of expertise is in developing strong banking relationships with small- and medium-size businesses.

Patrick Bodson has been named managing director and a member of the board of directors of Mecar S.A., the Belgian subsidiary of Allied Research Corp. Bodson was previously managing director of the defense division of FN Nouvelle Herstal, Liege, Belgium. In his present position he will report directly to Reginald W. Carter, president and chief executive officer of Allied Research, a leading developer and producer of ammunition systems.

* George R. Evanega has been named president and chief operating officer of Oncor Inc., a leading manufacturer and marketer of DNA probes for the detection of cancer. He will play a large role in Oncor's move toward a fully integrated health-care business based upon rapid advances in human genetics. He joins Oncor from Miles Inc. where he had been corporate vice president and chief administrative officer.

CW Jackson Construction and Development Co., a Maryland general contracting firm specializing in retail construction, has announced the addition of Gina M. Eichensehr as business development coordinator. Eichensehr was previously with Notari Associates before joining the firm to organize and implement its marketing activities.

Communications

Michael B. Smith has been promoted to vice president/copy supervisor at Richardson, Myers & Donoforio (RM&D). Smith has been a copy writer at RM&D since 1988, and he has won numerous copywriting awards, including the One Show and the Clio. RM&D is an independent integrated marketing communications agency headquartered in Baltimore.

Miscellaneous

The Classic Catering People, an off-premise catering operation, announced that Anne Fishman and Mark Thompson have been named senior account executives and Terri Young and Liz Brune have been named account executives. Scott Button has been named an associate account executive, Judy Ringle contract coordinator and Lisa Bills an administrative assistant.

The Classic Catering People was established in January 1991 as a merger between Gail Kaplan's Classic Catering and the Catering People.

* The Forum Caterers Inc. has appointed Jose Ribas as general manager. Ribas previously was general manager of Martin's West and most recently operated his own restaurant and night club in Glen Burnie.

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