New positions* Baltimore Stationery Co. chose Ted...

ON THE MOVE

January 30, 1995

New positions

* Baltimore Stationery Co. chose Ted Wasielewski senior vice president for administration. He will be responsible for human resources and supervision of operational and administrative managers.

* The Industrial Sales Co., (INDUSCO), appointed Wayne McLewee purchasing manager and Heiko P. Spieker to the sales and management staff.

* Alexander & Alexander Consulting Group announced that Peter A. Cole has been named senior consultant for the Baltimore office.

* Harford Community College selected John W. Yeager, formerly with the University of Maryland and Howard County police departments, as chief of safety and security.

Legal and insurance

* El-Mar Associates, a Woodlawn-based insurance and financial services agency, appointed Merle Kaplan senior associate, employee benefits and pensions, and Sid Goren as a sales associate for auto and homeowner insurance.

* American Phoenix Corp. of Maryland named Brenda Jo Samryk office manager. She was formerly a sales team leader with the Maryland Insurance Group.

* Lord & Whip, attorneys, announced that Bradley S. Hames joined the firm as an associate in the practice of worker's compensation and general litigation.

Financial services

* Chesapeake Federal Savings & Loan Association announced the election of R. Thomas Jefferson as president and chief operating officer.

Professional

* McCrone Inc., Annapolis-based engineers, named Harry H. Keith III a project manager.

Health care

* St. Joseph Medical Center named Mary M. McKernan director of public relations and marketing.

* Johns Hopkins Bayview medical center named Rayna M. Keyser as director of the East Baltimore center's elder care plus program.

* Meridian Nursing Centers named Cynthia Turner director of admissions at its Hammonds Lane facility in Brooklyn Park.

Commercial real estate

* Manekin Corp. appointed J. P. Williamson to project manager. He will be working on the residential area of the firm's Cloverleaf project in Montgomery County.

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