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November 06, 1991

Accounting:

George B. Solomon has joined the staff of Abrams, Foster, Nole & Williams, certified public accountants in the Village of Cross Keys, as audit principal. He is a graduate of Providence College and was certified in 1976.

On the Board:

Leonard Bock of Bock, Center, Garber and Long, was elected president of the International Association of Merger & Acquisition Consultants (INTERMAC), an association of merger and acquisition specialists. INTERMAC's 40 member firms specialize in arranging the sale of privately owned "middle market" companies with revenues ranging from $5 million to $100 million.

* Msgr. Thomas J. Donnellan, pastor of St. Francis Xavier in Hunt Valley, and Stephen W. Whalen Jr., president of Whalen Properties of Catonsville, were elected to the board of trustees of Loyola High School in Towson.

Advertising:

Lori Gerstley has joined Gray Kirk/VanSant as a public relations account executive. Gerstley was formerly a public relations manager for a division of Heublein in Farmington, Conn. At Gray Kirk/VanSant, she will work with a variety of the company's public relations accounts.

* Bryan Jay Yolles has joined W.B. Doner and Co. as senior vice president/administration. In that position, he will handle legal matters, strategic and financial planning and human resources issues. Before joining Doner, Yolles practiced law in Washington. Sandra L. Campbell has been appointed as Union Memorial Hospital's new director of marketing and public relations. Previously, she served as director of marketing and planning for the University of Maryland Medical Faculty Foundation.

* Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital Inc., an affiliate of Mt. Washington Pediatric Health System Inc., announced that Dr. Susanna A. McColley joined the medical staff as a member of the pediatric pulmonary program. McColley will expand the consultation services and the scope of pulmonary services of the pediatric hospital's pulmonary program. McColley completed her pediatric residency training at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine where she is an assistant professor. Signet Bank has appointed Richard K. Banks vice president in the loan administration division. Banks leads commercial portfolio reviews for the Maryland and metro Washington lending groups. He joins Signet after working for the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation as section chief in the division of liquidation. A chartered financial analyst, Banks earned a bachelor's degree in economics from the Wharton School of Finance at the University of Pennsylvania.

Publishing:

Bob Horne has been named head of the bindery department at the North Charles Press. In this supervisory position, he has responsibilities that include collating and delegating work and coordinating work schedules. He has more than 10 years of experience in bindery work, having held positions with Britannia Ltd., Duvall Printing and Best Press.

Law:

Alan Gamse, partner with Semmes, Bowen & Semmes, has been recognized as one of the top insurance regulatory lawyers in the country in a recent National Law Journal survey. When the journal interviewed 75 practitioners in the insurance defense field, Gamse was ranked as one of the nine most competent lawyers in the regulatory and appeals area. A graduate of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the University of Maryland School of Law, Gamse serves on the section council of the ABA tort and insurance practice section.

* Pamela A. Bresnahan, of Semmes, Bowen & Semmes, has been elected assembly delegate to the American Bar Association (ABA) House of Delegates. Bresnahan also has been appointed by the president of the ABA to a three-year term on the Standing Committee for Lawyer Responsibility for Client Protection. Loyola College named Dr. Pamela Paul as director of Multicultural Affairs. Paul will serve as an institutional advocate for cultural diversity and will be responsible for developing strategies for attracting and retaining minority faculty, staff, administrators and students. Paul, who holds a Ph.D. in education from the University of Maryland, College Park, previously worked as the assistant director of the Office of Human Relations Programs at College Park.

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