New PositionsBrodsky joins WCSI as chief operating...

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June 24, 1996

New Positions

Brodsky joins WCSI as chief operating officer

Washington Cable Supply Inc., based in Lanham, said Norris L. Brodsky has been named chief operating officer. An MBA graduate of George Washington University with experience in finance, administration, telecommunications and distribution, he was formerly with the McShane Group.

Wallace named dean of culinary college

Baltimore International Culinary College has promoted Scott Wallace to dean of students. He will coordinate student discipline and activities at the school's Baltimore and European campuses.

Banking & finance

2 new vice presidents at Crestar Bank

Crestar Bank, the regional bank headquartered in Richmond, announced the appointments of William J. Olsen and Paul R. Beliveau as vice presidents in its Maryland commercial banking division.

They will handle new business and portfolio management. Olsen, formerly with Chase Manhattan Bank of Maryland, will head the professional and executive area, serving medical and legal professionals and nonprofits. Beliveau, also formerly of Chase Manhattan, will concentrate on businesses with annual revenues of $50 million or more. Whiteford, Taylor & Preston, announced that Robert B. Curran has been selected to chair its corporate and securities section.

It also said Gail M. Stern joined the firm as a partner in its real estate/banking section.

Commercial real estate

Millhauser and White join Casey & Associates

Casey & Associates announced that Robert C. Millhauser and Dana O. White have joined the firm.

Millhauser, an industrial office specialist, was formerly president of Southern Seafood. He will be assigned to the Baltimore office. He is active in professional groups and is on the board of the Wellness Community. White, a financial analyst and CPA, is assigned to the company's investment division. She is active in the Maryland Board of Realtors.

Pub Date: 6/24/96

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