New positionsData Chromatics names Phoebus as...


November 13, 1995

New positions

Data Chromatics names Phoebus as controller

Data Chromatics, a geographic information system and hardware and software integration firm based in Columbia, announced the appointment of Aimee L. Phoebus as controller.

Formerly with Coyne & McClean as a staff accountant, she is a graduate of the University of Baltimore.

UB appoints Rist to public affairs post

University of Baltimore has chosen Richard Rist as assistant director of corporate and public affairs for its Regional Economic Studies Program.

A former financial consultant with Merrill Lynch and project manager for Faust Homes, he is a 1988 graduate of the UB Merrick School of Business.

Montague to represent Safeway division

Safeway selected Alexander B. Montague as a real estate representative for its Lanham-based eastern division.

Before joining the retail food chain, he was employed as an associate in the Baltimore offices of CB Commercial Real Estate Group.

Jane Shaab at helm of technology council

The Greater Baltimore Committee named Jane M. Shaab executive director of its technology council. Ms. Shaab formerly was economic development director for the Maryland Chamber of Commerce. Her responsibilities on the council, launched three years ago, include designing programs to stimulate growth in the technology sector.

WMAR-TV appoints Brune local sales manager

WMAR-TV, the local ABC affiliate, has named Debbie Brune local sales manager. Before joining Channel 2, she was an account executive and national sales manager for WNUV-TV, Channel 54 in Baltimore.

Stouffer picks Klock for catering position

Stouffer Renaissance Harborplace named Helga Klock, a 20- year veteran of the hospitality industry and former assistant banquet manager at the Harbor Court Hotel, as catering sales manager.

Abbott is new president of Siems Rental & Sales

Siems Rental & Sales Co. announced the appointments of Marvin W. Abbott to president and Porter N. Siems, a former vice president at NationsBank, to vice president.


DeSantis is promoted by Gray Kirk/VanSant

Gray Kirk/VanSant named Steve DeSantis management supervisor of advertising. A University of Maryland journalism graduate, he joined the Baltimore-based advertising and public relations firm in 1994 as an account supervisor. He is a volunteer with Habitat for Humanity.

Black & Decker account goes to Katherine Ellis

Image Dynamics named Katherine Ellis senior account executive for Black & Decker public relations and marketing.

Formerly with Hartt & Co., she is a Baltimore resident and graduate of Mary Baldwin College.

Financial services

Browne is appointed by Continental Mortgage

Continental General Mortgage Co. of Owings Mills selected Robert Browne, former president of Preferred Building Systems, as consultant and loan officer for residential and commercial loans.

Oakland bank names Sandra Wakefield

First United National Bank & Trust, headquartered in Oakland, has appointed Sandra J. Wakefield community office manager for its Grantsville office.

Mrs. Wakefield, a Friendsville resident, joined the bank in 1983 as a customer service representative and has held positions as loan adjuster and customer service officer.

Legal & insurance

Frances Taylor joins Gordon, Feinblatt

Gordon, Feinblatt, Rothman, Hoffberger & Hollander announced that Frances O'Connell Taylor has joined the law firm as counsel in its employment law section and will concentrate on immigration matters.

A Baltimore County resident, she is the author of several works on employment and labor law. She holds legal degrees from the University of Georgia and the London School of Economics.


Linda Diehl joins Walpert, Smullian

Walpert, Smullian & Blumenthal, a regional accounting/consulting firm headquartered in Towson, has added Linda K. Diehl to its legal services consulting group.

She previously was a consultant with Altman Weil Pensa and was recently an in-house consultant for Bricker & Eckler of Columbus, Ohio.

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