New positions* ECO Purification Systems USA, announced the...

ON THE MOVE

October 17, 1994

New positions

* ECO Purification Systems USA, announced the selection of Douglas L. Esse, Jr. as president.

* Decorating Den named James S. Bugg Jr. as its new president and chief executive officer.

* Cambridge Inc., a manufacturer of wire cloth, named Rhonda Tall assistant controller.

* London Fog Industries appointed Andrew Chesley as general manager and Mark Stanislowski as business manager for women's business, and Mary Alice Kelly as general manager and David Adair as business manager for men's business.

Advertising and PR

* Callahan & Co. named Paula Sloane creative director for the Baltimore agency.

* Eisner & Associates announced that Michele Aglira has joined the firm as a senior copy writer.

Financial services

* Maryland Permanent Bank & Trust named Charles Solomon, Jr. as controller.

* York Federal Savings & Loan Association named Robert A. Angelo president and chief operating officer.

Professional

* McCrone Inc. assigned Ben Kowalczyk and Barrett Vukmer to its Leonardtown office.

* Ratrie, Robbins & Schweizer named G. David Callender field operations manager, underground tank management division, and Stephen W. Reed to its site rehabilitation and environmental services section.

* Total Construction Services selected Terrance A. Taylor as its vice president of sales.

* Grabush, Newman & Co., accountants and consultants, appointed Kimberly Dibble to its management consulting department.

Legal and insurance

* Whiteford, Taylor & Preston announced that Gail Donovan Chester and George L. Russell III became associates.

* Adelberg, Rudow, Dorf, Hendler & Sameth admitted Jeffrey M. Orenstein into the law firm.

Health care

* The Joseph Richey Hospice appointed Ruth Eger as executive director.

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