The international accounting and consulting firm, Coopers & Lybrand, has announced the appointments of three new partners. James Caulfield will lead the Emerging Business Services practice. Caulfield focused on owner-managed businesses in his bi-weekly column, "The Baltimore Entrepreneur," in the Baltimore Business Journal. Michael Dollard will be moved to Cooper & Lybrand's office in Harrisburg, Pa., where he will manage the firm's central Pennsylvania health-care practice. The third new partner, Arnold Koonin, was partner-in-charge at the firm's Washington office, and has recently served as national director of the firm's "Services to Executives Abroad."
CMC Occupational Health announced the addition of two account representatives, Carol Keene and Ricky Ressin. Keene held sales management positions at the Marriott Inner Harbor Hotel and the Holiday Inn-Timonium. Ressin was president of RMR & Associates, an advertising agency in Rockville, and she was previously an X-ray technician at Sinai Hospital. Ressin will serve customers at CMC's Elkridge location, and Keene will serve customers at CMC's downtown Baltimore location.
* Under recent corporate restructuring of Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital Inc., Richard A. Eliasberg has been elected a trustee of Mt. Washington Pediatric Health System Inc. and Marietta B. Ries was elected a trustee of Mt. Washington Pediatric Home and Community Care Inc., one of four entities created under the reorganization. Eliasberg, president and director of Prima Management Co., was a former chairman of the board of Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital Inc. Ries is an interior design assistant for SMB Design Inc., and was chairperson for two Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital events, 1990 and 1991 Kids Theatre Parties. Bernard F. Goldman joined Conestoga Title Insurance Co. as a Maryland marketing representative. Goldman, who brings 25 years of title industry experience, will establish a Maryland office for the Pennsylvania-based company. Goldman was recently vice president-state agency manager with Lawyers Title Insurance Corporation for Maryland and Washington.
* Monumental Life Insurance Co., a division of AEGON USA Inc., announced the promotion of Martha A. McConnell to second vice president, responsible for financial reporting on the actuarial staff. David G. Rekoski, CPA, was elected senior vice president and chief financial officer of Monumental Life, and Marilyn Carp, F.S.A., was elected vice president and chief actuary of the insurance company. Previously, Rekoski was vice president and controller at Creditor Resources Inc., an Atlanta-based subsidiary of AEGON USA Inc., and Carp was responsible for financial reporting in the actuarial staff at Monumental Life.
Ray Littleton, president of Acra Manufacturing Co. Inc., has been elected as president of the Maryland Improvement Contractors Association (MICA), the largest state association of licensed home-improvement contractors in the country. A resident of Bel Air and 20-year veteran of the home-improvement industry, Littleton opened Acra Manufacturing Inc. earlier this year. Acra Manufacturing Inc. produces solid core storm doors and distributes vinyl windows and other building products. Saval Foods Corp. has appointed Michael Oxenden as its director of sales. Oxenden has many years of sales experience in the real estate computing field and the food industry.
William M. Hesson Jr. has joined the law firm of Frank, Bernstein, Conaway and Goldman as counsel and will be a member of the firm's land use and environmental law group in Washington. Hesson was previously president of the Baltimore County Bar Association and is president of the Greater Baltimore Board of Realtors. Hesson is a graduate of Washington College and the Vanderbilt University School of Law. The Baltimore Goodwill Industries Inc. has appointed three new members to its board of governors. The three new members are: Thomas F.X. Grover, president of Aerosol Monitoring & Analysis Inc. in Hanover, Charles H. Devaud, Jr. vice president of Atlantic Independent Insurance Agency in Baltimore, and Jeff Klosterman, district manager for Maryland and Pennsylvania of Montgomery Ward. The Baltimore Goodwill industries is a vocational training and employment agency for disabled and disadvantaged people in Maryland.
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