New positionsAmericom appoints two to its wireless...

PEOPLE ON THE MOVE

April 15, 1996

New positions

Americom appoints two to its wireless division

Americom announced appointments in its wireless services division of Charles Rosenberg to group vice president for operations, and Lindy Scarborough to director of training and team development.

Prior to joining the Timonium-based cellular/wireless communications company, Mr. Rosenberg was a regional vice president for Metrocall, a paging company, and Ms. Scarborough was a trainer and former store manager for Bell Atlantic NYNEX Mobile.

Americom was founded in 1984 and, with more than 400 employees, is one of the largest wireless sales and service agents in the country.

Headquartered in Timonium, Americom is Bell Atlantic Mobile's oldest authorized agent and has been a key agent since 1986. Lehigh Portland Cement Co. has selected Herb Weller as quality control supervisor at its Union Bridge cement plant.

He will have responsibility for the overall quality of all raw materials entering and cement products produced at the facility.

The Taneytown resident joined the company in 1964 as a laboratory employee and was later named laboratory supervisor. Bryan Koerber has been promoted to president of Budeke's Paints Inc., succeeding Lou Koerber, who will continue as chairman and retire from day-to-day operations after 30 years.

Larry Horton Sr. was also promoted to vice president/general manager.

Budeke's, which sells paints, wallcoverings and floorings, has three stores in the Baltimore area.

Advertising

Parks, Sobotnik & Parks gets new art director

Parks, Sobotnik & Parks chose Kevin Methany as senior art director. He held a similar position at Horich-Koeler Advertising before joining the Baltimore-based advertising and marketing agency.

Mr. Methany's responsibilities include design, art direction and buying of all printing and collateral advertising for the firm. The agency is at 2222 N. Charles St. Crestar Bank, which recently acquired Loyola Savings, has appointed J. F. Gayle Jr. executive vice president, commercial banking, Maryland division.

A graduate of Hampden-Sydney College and the school of banking at Louisiana State University, the Ruxton resident was previously a commercial banking vice president in the bank's Richmond, Va., headquarters. Katz, Abosch, Windesheim, Gershman & Freedman announced that Linda K. Ruese, a graduate of Miami (Ohio) University, and Tracey D. Singleton, a Towson State University graduate, have joined the Baltimore-based accounting and management firm as supervisor accountants.

Both are assigned to the firm's Towson office.

Pub Date: 4/15/96

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