New positions:Wolk Press Inc., a printing company in...

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May 18, 1992

New positions:

Wolk Press Inc., a printing company in Woodlawn, named Jay K. Goldscher president and chief executive officer and Robert A. Linton executive vice president and Robert A. Linton executive vice president. Wolk Press also elected Daniel Katz chairman of the board and LeRoy E. Wolk chairman of the board emeritus. Mr. Katz is the former president and chief executive officer of the printing company, and Mr. Wolk is the former chairman of the board for Wolk Press Inc.

Arnold Packer was named senior fellow at Johns Hopkins University Institute for Policy Studies in Baltimore.

Nucor-Yamato Steel Sales Corp., a Blytheville, Ark.-based joint JTC venture between Nucor Corp. and Yamato-Kogyo of Japan, appointed Michael F. Engestrom of Frederick marketing engineer.

Roland Park Country School, a school for girls in Baltimore, named Jean Waller Brune headmistress.

Moffet, Larson & Johnson Inc., a Falls Church, Va.-based engineering firm, named A. Richard Burke executive vice president and chief operating officer.

KCI Technologies Inc., an engineering company in Baltimore, appointed Michael Potter and William Delancey senior project managers.

Images, an Annapolis-based publisher of note cards, calendars and posters, named Gyle Stocks photographer.

The Scotsman Group Inc., a Baltimore-based manufacturer and distributor of mobile offices and modular buildings, appointed Stuart A. Kunicki executive vice president of Williams Scotsman, the mobile office division.

The Harbour School in Annapolis named Betsey Hottel director of development.

COMSAT Mobile Communications in Washington appointed Richard Bourdon manager of customer service.

Hammond Associates Architects in Annapolis named Leo A. Wilson to the staff.

Segall Majestic Photography Inc., a regional school photography company, promoted Jeffrey D. Segall to president. Mr. Segall will continue as vice president of Majestic Color Labs.

Potomac Electric Power Co. named Susann Felton vice president of materials, John D. McCallum vice president of corporate tax, Anthony J. Kamerick, comptroller, Richard W. Cioni assistant comptroller and Peyton G. Middleton Jr. manager of investor relations.

Financial services:

Signet Bank promoted David W. Cosimano vice president in the financial institutions department.

Smith Barney, an investment firm in Lutherville, promoted James Pomfret to vice president of investments.

Taneytown Bank & Trust Co. appointed Michael A. Schonfeld vice president of the loan division and Michael L. Barrett marketing representative.

Atlantic Residential Mortgage Corp., a subsidiary of Baltimore Bancorp, promoted Miles F. Cary to senior vice president for loan production, Geoffrey S. Hall, senior vice president for secondary marketing and Raymond H. Drake senior vice president for loan administration.

Health care:

Johns Hopkins Medical Services Corp. named Dr. Thomas C. Royer president, chief executive officer and chief operating officer of the multi-specialty group practice.

Fallston General Hospital promoted Laurie R. Russell to assistant vice president for nursing and Brenda Nowinski assistant vice president for home health.

North Arundel Hospital Professional Center in Glen Burnie named Carol S. Beachley oncology nurse for the outpatient chemotherapy program.

Sinai Hospital in Baltimore named Dr. John Chapman Urbaitis psychiatrist-in-chief.

Real estate:

Long & Foster Realtors appointed Gail Clayton, formerly with Century 21, new associate in the Catonsville office. Joan Kerr is manager of the office.

Legal and professional:

Smith, Somerville & Case, a Baltimore-based law firm, appointed Michael I. Joseph to the firm's Health Care Law & Litigation Section.

Advertising, public relations:

The Stern Agency, a Columbia-based advertising agency, named Joanne Tierney marketing director/account supervisor, Judy Stevens media director and Kim Bach account executive.

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