Steven Held has been appointed general manager of the Bel...


January 16, 1994|By Frank Lynch

Steven Held has been appointed general manager of the Bel Air Athletic Club.

Mr. Held is a graduate of the University of Virginia and has 15 years' experience in the hospitality and health club industry.

Before assuming his duties at the 90,000-square-foot facility, Mr. Held was general manager of the Monaco Athletic Club in Denver.


Craig Mallin has been appointed vice president and manager of the Mortgage Origination division of York Federal, which has branches in Forest Hill and Emmorton.

Mr. Mallin has 10 years of banking experience in Maryland and central Pennsylvania.


Joseph Ferron and Alan Watkins have joined Aberdeen-based Harco Electronic Inc.

Mr. Ferron, who has an extensive background in sales and testing equipment, will work at the company's headquarters.

Mr. Watkins will work in field sales in Maryland, Pennsylvania and Northern Virginia.


Jay S. Van Deusen, president of Van Deusen Construction Inc. in Darlington, has been appointed a vice president for the Remodelers Council of Maryland.

The Remodelers Council of the Homebuilders Association represents professional remodelers and provides information and a forum for the exchange of ideas and educational certification programs relating to the remodeling industry.


Robert W. McGee was recently installed as president of the Home Builders of Maryland Association's Harford County Chapter.

Mr. McGee is president of Keystone Homes Inc. and has been an active member of the Home Builders Association of Maryland since 1979.

As a member of the Harford County Chapter board of directors, Mr. McGee has been involved with several charitable endeavors, including the renovation of the Bel Air office of the American Red Cross.

That project entailed the donation of more than $70,000 worth of labor and materials, and the construction of a homeless shelter in Havre de Grace in conjunction with County Executive Eileen M. Rehrmann and the Harford County Chamber of Commerce.

The Home Builders Association of Maryland is a nonprofit association that provides governmental relations and educational opportunities for member firms, and generally functions as the housing industry advocate in Central Maryland.


Daniel J. Scott, president of Gerald G. Scott and Sons Inc. general contractors in Jarrettsville, has been elected president of the Associated Builders and Contractors, Baltimore Metropolitan Chapter for 1994.

The organization is a construction trade association, which represents more than 400 member firms in the Baltimore area.

Mr. Scott lives in Jarrettsville with his wife, Mary Beth, and two sons, William and Michael.


Karen Miller has been appointed branch manager of the Aberdeen Proving Ground Federal Credit Union's APG branch.

Ms. Miller comes to the credit union from the Wilmington Trust Co., where she was a personal investment counselor. She also has experience as a bank manager with the Wilmington Savings Fund Society and as assistant manager of a mortgage company.

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