CommunicationsEloise G. Irwin joined McCormick & Co. Inc...

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December 02, 1991

Communications

Eloise G. Irwin joined McCormick & Co. Inc. as Manager, Audio-Visual Communications. Irwin will be writer, producer and host of McCormick's video news program, "People on the Move," and will coordinate production of other video materials. An independent video producer, photographer and media consultant for the last three years, she previously spent 21 years with Black & Decker.

Cynthia Hayen was named staff accountant at Charles M. Solomon, P.A., and Michael Wiley director of computer operations.

George B. Solomon, CPA, joined the staff of Abrams, Foster, Nole & Williams as audit principal.

* Terry Grant was promoted to the in-charge level at Katz, Abosch, Windesheim, Gershman & Freedman P.A. She has worked at KAWG&F since 1989.

Biotech/high-tech

George R. Evanega was named president and chief operating officer of Oncor Inc., a Gaithersburg manufacturer and marketer of DNA probes for the detection of cancer and genetic diseases.

* Steven D. Hisley has been named director of business development at Information Systems Technology Corp. of Columbia. Hisley is a former senior manager for Deloitte Haskins and Sells. ISTC is a systems engineering firm.

Human resources

William I. Bachman was promoted to the position of managing partner at William M. Mercer Inc., a national actuarial, employee benefits, compensation and human resource management consulting firm. Bachman manages the firm's Baltimore office.

* Jeff Schwartzmann and Neal Keim joined the defined benefits staff at Yaffe & Co., a benefits, compensation and human resource consulting firm. Schwartzmann, who has 13 years' experience as an actuary, joined the firm as pension actuary. Keim will focus on benefit calculations and actuarial evaluations.

Medicine

Sudhir K. Dutta, M.D., joined Sinai Hospital as director of gastroenterology. Dutta comes from the University of Maryland School of Medicine, where he is a professor of medicine and gastroenterology. He also is vice president of the American College of Nutrition.

Martin L. Millspaugh, president of The Enterprise International Development Co. and vice chairman of the Enterprise Development Co. has been named to the board of directors of the International Visitors Center of Maryland. The Enterprise companies, for-profit affiliates of the Enterprise Foundation, were founded by James Rouse to improve the housing of the nation's poor. The IVCM is a private, non-profit organization headquartered in Baltimore's World Trade Center that promotes the region's international interests.

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