New positionsNew positions: Hechinger, a Landover-based...


July 27, 1992

New positions

New positions: Hechinger, a Landover-based home improvement retailer that operates Hechinger, Home Quarters Warehouse and Triangle Building Centers, promoted Mark R. Adams to treasurer and Richard S. Gross to corporate controller.

Kibart Inc., a Towson-based engineering firm, appointed Patrick T. Goetz mechanical project manager, David J. Fuller electrical project manager, R. Michael Ford cost estimator/construction manager and promoted Jimmy C. Cachola to project manager.

Crown Central Petroleum Corp. in Baltimore elected George R. Sutherland Jr. vice president of supply and transportation

Bethlehem Steel Corp. appointed David K. Schoenen controller of the Sparrows Point plant.

Hannah Moore Center School in Reisterstown appointed Lucille Hughes Wagner director of development.

William M. Mercer Inc., a human resources consulting firm, named David H. Jackson head of the communication consulting practice.

Starkey, Beall & Co., a compensation and human resources management consulting firm in Towson, promoted Beth R. Howser to director of the Human Resources Management Practice.

Cellular One, a Southwestern Bell company in Greenbelt, appointed Robert Schadt vice president of financial operations.

ESS Ventures, a media investment and management firm in Baltimore and Washington, named Avery Stirratt advertising director and associate publisher of Baltimore Magazine and promoted Susan Seifert to regional manager for Mid-Atlantic Country Magazine and Baltimore Magazine.

Financial services

Financial services: Ferris, Baker Watts Inc., a Washington-based investment firm, appointed Brian Lees senior vice president/investments of institutional sales; E. David Walter senior vice president/investments; and Robin Oegerle, senior vice president of retail research.

W F Corroon -- Herget Division, a compensation, actuarial and benefits consulting firm in Baltimore, promoted Timothy J. Carey to senior consultant and named Helen "Cathy" Fath associate actuary and Jeffrey Bundy information technology director.

Mather & Morgan Group Insurance Services Inc. in Lutherville promoted Maureen Biro to vice president.

Legal and professional

Legal and professional: Ballard Spahr Andrews & Ingersoll, a Baltimore law firm, named Nancy V. Alquist and S. Nelson "Sandy" Weeks partners.

Weinberg and Green, a regional law firm, named Edward N. Leavy counsel.

Real estate

W. C. Pinkard & Co. Inc., a Baltimore-based commercial real estate firm, appointed Peter W. Stanford and Anthony R. Woodfork associate appraisers, and William H. Conkling Jr. director of the Corporate Real Estate Services Group.

Corridor Brokerage Services Inc., a commercial real estate company in Columbia, named Robin Maisel vice president of leasing and sales.

Advertising, public relations

Advertising, public relations: Kaiser Associates, a ( Baltimore-based public relations firm, named William K. Macsherry assistant account executive.

On the board:On the board: Taneytown Bank & Trust Co. named Donald R. Hull chairman; Eric E. Glass, vice chairman and chairman of the executive committee; and George B. Crouse, member of the executive committee.

Health care

The Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions in Baltimore appointed Steven H. Lipstein vice president of ambulatory care programs and services in addition to executive director of the new Outpatient Center.


Noble Steed Associates won 10 awards in these categories in the 1992 National Healthcare Marketing Award. Entries produced for Prudential Health Care System: magazine series/print ads, newspaper series/print ads, magazine single ad and newspaper single ad. Entries produced for Prudential Health Care Plan of the Mid-Atlantic won awards for: total advertising campaign and collateral material. Entries produced for the Johns Hopkins Geriatric Center won: total advertising campaign and newspaper single ad. And entries produced for the Johns Hopkins Asthma & Allergy Center won awards for: newspaper series/print ads and outdoor.

The Baltimore Chapter of Financial Executives Institute honored these students for outstanding achievement. From Loyola College: Erin C. Everd, Kevin M. Hanrahan and Amy K. O'Keefe. From Salisbury State University: Sharon K. Collins, Kathleen V. Elliott and Kevin Slack. From the University of Baltimore: Robert E. Melanson, William Shump and Jhy-Shain Ani Wee. From the University of Maryland-College Park: Laurie D. Fox, Jennifer Ross and Brian Ping-keung Chan. From Morgan State University: Renee Harding, Shelly Saunders and Kimberly Waldron. From Towson State University: Arian Jakob, Robert W. Sharps and Barbara A. Zientek. From the University of Maryland Baltimore Co.: Patrick Shirdon, Robin Gilliam and Stephen M. Rosen.

John Patterson, a copywriter with Gray Kirk/VanSant, a Baltimore-based advertising agency, won a gold and silver medal from the New York Festivals International Competition, an advertising industry award.

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