New PositionsL. Bryan Koerber named president, CEO of...

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June 10, 1996

New Positions

L. Bryan Koerber named president, CEO of Budeke's Paint

Budeke's Paint, Baltimore's oldest paint supply house and a Fells Point fixture for more than a century, has chosen L. Bryan Koerber as president and chief executive officer. Formerly an assistant vice president with First National Bank of Maryland, and a graduate of the Johns Hopkins University, he joined the business in 1988. Larry D. Horton, general manager of the company since 1991, was named vice president.

Alan Rosenblatt promoted at Smelkinson SYSCO

Smelkinson SYSCO, a food service supplier in Jessup, Rosenblatt announced the selection of Alan S. Rosenblatt as vice president, territory sales and territory program sales. He has been with the company for more than eight years, first as a marketing associate and most recently as national accounts manager for the food service product vendor. McCormick & Co. appointed Robert C. Singer as vice president for acquisitions and financial planning. He joined the international spice and flavors company in 1983 as an assistant controller, and most recently was vice president of finance for the flavors division.

Banking & finance

Mercantile Safe names Wilson senior vice president

Mercantile Safe-Deposit & Trust Co. appointed Malcolm C. Wilson Wilson senior vice president and head of personal services for the trust division, with responsibility for personal services administration, investment management, estate planning administration and asset management. Arista Advertising announced that Amy Mallik has joined the Timonium-based agency as art director. She will be responsible for all phases of project design and direction.

The award-winning designer is a graduate of the Moore College of Art and Design.

Commercial real estate

Robert W. Hughes named project manager

MacKenzie/O'Conor Piper & Flynn Construction Corp. Hughes appointed Robert W. Hughes a project manager, responsible for coordinating construction management services. The Columbia resident is an engineering graduate of the Johns Hopkins University and was formerly a project coordinator with Whiting-Turner Construction. University of Maryland Medical Center appointed Tom Landis chief network officer. He will ensure that the medical system has the capability to operate its personal computers and file servers, as well as having access to the Internet. Formerly network manager for the Johns Hopkins Health System, he had served in the Army for more than 20 years as a flight instructor and computer systems manager.


Schwartzman is named associate at Hodes, Ulman

Hodes, Ulman, Pessin & Katz admitted Steven B. Schwartzman to the Towson law firm as an associate. He will handle cases in the firm's litigation and employment law departments and on matters before the National Labor Relations Board.

Pub Date: 6/10/96

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