New positions* Griffith/Steuart, a Baltimore-Annapolis...


January 03, 1994

New positions

* Griffith/Steuart, a Baltimore-Annapolis area heating oil distributor, named W. Randolph Groft general manager of its operations in Baltimore and Annapolis-Edgewater.

* McCormick & Co. named Patricia E. Rogers manager-international services in the corporate quality assurance department. The spice firm also named J. Gregory Yawman associate counsel, and in its McCormick/Shilling division promoted Timothy J. Stout to credit operations analyst.

* AlliedSignal Technical Services Corp. of Columbia has chosen John Gustafson vice president and director of business development and Karen Clegg vice president, field services and new markets.

* Baltimore Stationery Co. elevated Ted Wasielewski to senior vice president for administration.

* Sacks, McGibney & Trotta named Jeff Tannenbaum of staff accountant.

* Michael J. Finifter P.A. announced that Laurie Anne Filippi has joined the law firm as an associate.

* Development Design Group named Ahsin Rasheed principal planner and associate.

Advertising and PR

* Maelson-Naylor, Owings Mills, selected Cathy K. Shapiro and Randi Schindler Buergenthal as directors of account services.

* RKR Advertising & Marketing of Rockville appointed Mick Sutter as creative writer.

* Cameron Barry Marketing Communications named Robin Yasinow public relations account executive.

Health care

* Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Maryland announced the selection of Joseph Orangeas vice president of sales.

* Liberty Medical Center appointed William L. Hankins vice president for ambulatory services.

* Harbor Medical Center named Bonnie J. Ledford marketing representative for its imaging department.

* American National Savings Bank appointed Mary Jayne Engelhardt general counsel and compliance officer and Deborah Waldman director of human resources.

* York Federal selected Craig L. Mallin vice president and manager, mortgage origination.

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