New positionsAnnapolis Micro Systems Inc., an engineering...

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February 03, 1992

New positions

Annapolis Micro Systems Inc., an engineering design firm, appointed John Eppler director of manufacturing.

Amoco Oil Co. appointed Deborah A. Copeland manager of the Baltimore/Washington district.

WMAR-TV2 in Baltimore named Darcel Guy director of public affairs.

Mid-Atlantic Recycling Corp. in Baltimore named Barbara Frierson director of commercial recycling.

Thulman Eastern Corp., an Elkridge-based distributor and manufacturer of fireplace products, named Keith Thomas sales representative in the Eastern Maryland Regional Office.

McCormick & Co. Inc., a Sparks-based producer of seasonings, flavorings and specialty foods, named Jeffrey L. Winemiller associate programmer/analyst for the McCormick Flavor Group.

Waverly Inc., a Baltimore-based publisher and printer of medical and scientific books, promoted Robert A. Ames to corporate treasurer.

Yaffe & Co. Inc., a Towson-based benefit, compensation and human resource consulting firm, named Mary Good group benefits consultant and Dona Ferguson group benefits assistant.

I. Design and Development Consultants Inc., an architectural design and development consulting firm in Baltimore, promoted James Denzler to associate and named George Black associate.

KCI Technologies Inc., a Towson-based engineering firm, promoted H. LeRoy Whiteley to vice president and chief of the Environmental Division.

Rouse Contracting Inc., a residential contractor in Baltimore, named Sherri Bees operations manager.

T. Parker Host of Maryland Inc., a Shipping Agent and Brokerage in Baltimore, appointed John D. Nolan director of coal marketing.

Downtown Partnership of Baltimore, a management organization to promote downtown Baltimore businesses, promoted Carol Lidard to executive assistant.

Johnson, Mirmiran and Thompson, a planning, engineering, landscape architecture and surveying company in Sparks, appointed Grace Ellen Benn marketing coordinator.

Home Gym Systems fitness centers appointed Patrick Hanley manager of the Towne Plaza location in Rockville.

Environmental & Recycled Products, an Annapolis-based distributor of recycled paper and environmentally sound products, named Mike Brewer, Beth Ignacio and Jim Knorr sales agents.

Rite Aid Corp., a Shiremanstown, Pa.-based drugstore chain, promoted Mary Susan Kush to supervisor of nine Rite Aid stores in the Glen Burnie area.

Barton-Gillet Co., a Baltimore-based marketing and communications firm, named Karen Owens vice president.

Display Craft Manufacturing Co., a Baltimore-based manufacturer of store fixtures and commercial interiors, appointed Matthias Breuer vice president of production.

Security Personnel Service in Baltimore appointed Steven J. Schnur director of administrative services.

Advertising and P.R.

Maleson Advertising, an Owings Mills-based advertising, marketing and public relations agency, promoted Steve Parks to creative director.

Real estate

Continental Realty Corp., a Towson-based real estate management and development company, named Joseph Mark Schapiro III coordinator of the land development team.

Financial services

The Bank of Glen Burnie named Jan W. Clark president and chief executive officer. Harry L. Hein, the former bank president, remains chairman of the Board of Directors and a member of the executive committee.

The Life Insurance Co. of Virginia named Jerry N. Wilhoite a representative in the Baltimore agency.

Sandy Spring National Bank, a community bank in northern and eastern Montgomery County and western Howard County, appointed Joseph F. Brown vice president in the mortgage department.

Provident Bank of Maryland appointed Thomas B. Freeze vice president and manager of the asset-based commercial lending group and David LeBrun in-house consultant to the Real Estate Lending division.

Legal and professional

Levan, Schimel, Belman & Abramson, a regional law firm, appointed David B. Eberhardt principal.

Kamanitz, Uhlfelder & Permison, a Baltimore-based accounting and management firm, named George Finfrock and Robert M. Schuler senior accountants.

Semmes, Bowen & Semmes, a Baltimore-based law firm, appointed Lawrence R. Liebesman partner and head of the Environmental Law Practice Group.

Miles & Stockbridge, a regional law firm, named Virginia W. Barnhart, Jerome T. Miraglia, Stephen J. Hughes, Neal M. Brown, Brian F. Kenney and Thomas J. St. Ville partners.

Gordon, Feinblatt, Rothman, Hoffberger & Hollander, a law firm in Baltimore, named the following associates: Alan J. Belsky, bankruptcy department; David W. Lease, litigation department; and Jodi B. Reamer, litigation department.

Hodes & Pessin, a Towson-based law firm, appointed Susan Bakke Hughes associate.

Shapiro and Olander, a Baltimore-based law firm, named Timothy F. McCormack partner.

Tydings & Rosenberg, a Baltimore-based law firm, named Robert A. Gordon senior associate and Melissa C. Giove and Lynn A. Zaben associates.

Venable, Baetjer and Howard, a Baltimore-based law firm, appointed Robert P. Bedell, John F. Cooney, Harry J. Carr and David J. Levenson partners.

Stegman & Co., a regional accounting and management consulting firm, promoted Theresa Haas to supervisor in the firm's Columbia office.

Tydings & Rosenberg, a Baltimore-based law firm, named Robert A. Gordon senior associate and Melissa C. Giove and Lynn A. Zaben associates.

Venable, Baetjer and Howard, a Baltimore-based law firm, appointed Robert P. Bedell, John F. Cooney, Harry J. Carr and David J. Levenson partners.

Stegman & Co., a regional accounting and management consulting firm, promoted Theresa Haas to supervisor in the firm's Columbia office.

Health care:

Sinai Hospital in Baltimore named Janet Howard vice president for Human Resources and Glen Shaulis vice president for nursing services.

North Arundel Hospital in Glen Burnie named Marcie Ann Dawson nurse manager of the orthopedic and general surgical unit and Shannon C. Smith public relations assistant.

Total Health Care, a Baltimore-based health maintenance organization, appointed Mark D. Smolarz chief financial officer.

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