Alloy Spot Welders, a provider of engine parts and welding services, named Ian Harris president. Alloy Spot Welders is a division of UNC Inc., an Annapolis-based aviation company.
Loyola College in Baltimore appointed the Rev. Ronald Anton dean of the Sellinger School of Business and Management.
Maryland Center for Quality & Productivity, a branch of the University of Maryland at College Park's Business School, named Roger L. Tomlin and Walter D. Leach III senior consultants.
Scan International, a Silver Spring-based furniture company, appointed Joanne Tolle executive assistant, Susan Estes senior buyer, Rob Forsee buyer and Julie Graham buyer assistant.
The Baltimore Community Foundation, a private and politically independent source of funds and philanthropic leadership, named Sydnia Jacobs director of marketing and development.
McCormick & Co. Inc., a Sparks-based producer of seasonings, flavorings and specialty foods, announced these appointments: Jon E. Luikart, director of sales, McCormick Ingredients; Louis V. Catalfo Jr., product quality/food regulatory specialist; Craig M. Berger, accounting analyst, General Accounting department, McCormick/Schilling division; and Jennifer G. McFee, end user computer programmer/analyst, Management Information Systems department, McCormick Flavor Group.
Williams & Wilkins, a Baltimore-based publishing company, promoted Gregg Rolando to junior account executive in the Special & Corporate Sales department.
Katalistiks International, a unit of UOP in Des Plaines, Ill., named David N. Wallace senior research chemist in the Baltimore Research and Development Center.
UNC Inc., an Annapolis-based aviation company, named Robert Marchetti president of the Tri-Remanufacuring division in Terre Haute, Ind.
WJZ-TV, the ABC affiliate television station in Baltimore that is owned by Group W. Television Inc., named S. Jenell Trigg national sales manager.
Jannotta, Bray & Associates, a career management and executive placement firm in Baltimore, appointed Larry G. Rank managing director of the Baltimore office.
Snelling Temporary Services, a regional provider of clerical and secretarial services, appointed Amy Bittner account manager in the Timonium office.
Iron Mountain, a national records management company, promoted Bob Miller to general manager, Eastern region.
Gamse Lithographing Co., a label manufacturer in Baltimore, promoted Shelly Welling to controller and Laura Cederholm to account executive.
First National Bank of Maryland named Woodrow E. "Woody" Vickery investment representative for the Eastern Shore region.
Citizens Bank of Maryland promoted Richard Cumbers to vice president, wholesale lending. Promoted to assistant vice president were: Denise Baird, Captain John branch; Caroline Belin, Strategic Planning; Cynthia Bower, Marketing; and Linda Carner, Kemp Mill branch.
News in brief
Environmental Home Center, a Radon testing and remediation contractor, relocated to 20 Liberty Road in Eldersburg. The company was located in Syskesville and was then called Environmental Home Services.
The Artist's Flat, a local postal station and retail store in Cape St. Claire, is now owned by Clegg Corp. and is operated by John and Valerie Clegg. Dodie & Co., an Annapolis-based small business counseling firm, represented Clegg Corp. in the purchase.
PC Unlimited, a provider of computer services, relocated its corporate offices to 1700 Reisterstown Road, Suite 210, in Baltimore. Lanie A. Hurwitz is president.
Heath Design Group Inc., a space planning and interior design firm, relocated to 316 N. Charles St., Suite 200, in Baltimore. Emily Heath heads the company.
Carter Control Systems Inc., a producer of controls for equipment and machinery, relocated to 5711 Industry Lane, Suite 31, in Frederick.