* Daft-McCune Walker, Inc., a land planning and engineering company in Towson, elected Edmund F. Haile president. Mr. Haile will continue to be chief operating officer. Thomas H. Repsher, vice president and principal, was named to the board of directors.
* HEAD Sports Wear International Inc., a Columbia-based producer of sports apparel, named Cindy Bull Crane public relations manager.
* Phillyship, a marine and industrial mechanical contracting and engineering firm in Baltimore, promoted Michael W. Moss to corporate vice president.
* The Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore announced these appointments: Wilbur E. "Bill" Cunningham, coordinator of community projects, Institute for Policy Studies; Paul Lande, senior fellow, Institute for Policy Studies; Michael Mond, director, Counseling and Student Development Center; Nicholas J. Arrindell Jr., visa services administrator; Janet R. Moore, director, Office of Minority Student Services.
* RMR & Associates Inc., a marketing company in Rockville, named Mitchell Derman public relations associate and Yvonnada Cousins marketing support. * Wright, Constable & Skeen, a law firm in Baltimore, named Monte Fried partner.
* Gordon, Feinblatt, Rothman, Hoffberger & Hollander, a regional law firm, named Lewis A. Kann partner. Mr. Kann was chairman of the firm's real estate department from 1970 to 1990.
* Semmes, Bowen & Semmes, a Baltimore law firm, named George S. Lawler partner.
* Coopers & Lybrand, an accounting and consulting firm, appointed Angela Bridges, Heather Campbell, Eugene Conn and James Uhles audit associates.
* Shulman, Rogers, Gandal, Pordy & Ecker, a regional law firm based in Rockville, named Samuel M. Spiritos associate. *Great Northern Insured Annuity Corp., a broker-dealer of alternative investment products for Chase Bank of Maryland, appointed Janet M. Webb investment specialist in the Chase Bank Timonium branch.
* PSA Financial Center in Lutherville and Columbia named James P. McManus III account executive.
* Katz Insurance Agency named Lynda Roberts manager for the Sinclair Lane office in Baltimore.
* Legg Mason Realty Group Inc. in Baltimore promoted Neal A. Eaton to
vice president, Appraisal Services division.
* Maleson-Naylor, an advertising, marketing and public relations firm in Owings Mills, named Barry M. Spector executive vice president of strategic marketing.
* Harbor Hospital Center in Baltimore named Clark E. Jeunette vice president of corporate communications.
* MEC Health Care Inc. in Baltimore appointed Howard H. Levin associate clinical director.
* Dr. Barbara C. Hansen was appointed to the National Task Force on the National Institute of Health Strategic Plan. Dr. Hansen is director of the Obesity and Diabetes Research Center and professor of Physiology in the School of Medicine at the University of Maryland at Baltimore.
* Melvin D. Jones, manager of the general services department of the University of Maryland at Baltimore won the annual Cecil S. Kelly Memorial Employee of the Year award.
* Victoria Rymer was appointed to a three-year term on the Maryland State Board of Public Accountancy. Ms. Rymer is a member of the accounting faculty at the University of Maryland College of Business and Management.
* Mildred Bradin won the Most Valuable Member Award from the Maryland Federation of Business & Professional Women. Ms. Bradin works in the Consumer Protection Division of the Attorney General's office.
* Levin/Brown and Associates Inc., a Baltimore-based architectural and interior design firm, won an award of excellence from the Home Builders Association of Maryland for the custom residential design of a Pikesville home that was designed for a family with a wheel chair-bound member.
* Dr. Hugo W. Moser won a research award from the American Association on Mental Retardation for his work that includes research in the genetic disorders associated with mental retardation. Dr. Moser is di
rector of the Center for Research on Mental Retardation at Kennedy Krieger Institute in Baltimore and is professor of Neurology and Pediatrics at The Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore.
* Carl O. Bostrom, director of the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, received the NASA Distinguished Public Service Medal, NASA's highest civilian award, for his career contributions.
* Dr. Raymond DePaulo Jr., associate professor of psychiatry at the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, received a public education award from the National Institute of Mental Health for expanding public understanding of depression and for supporting the agency's Depression Awareness, Recognition and Treatment Public Education Campaign.
* Maryland State Planning Commission presented an award for excellence in residential development to Seawright Corp. of Bethesda an Harris, Smariga and Associates Inc. of Frederick for the development of New Market of Woodspring which preserved trees, protected steep slopes and utilized open section roads and common areas.