New PositionsProcyk, Kelly are appointed by...

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July 15, 1996

New Positions

Procyk, Kelly are appointed by McCormick

McCormick & Co., the international spice and flavors company headquartered in Hunt Valley, announced the appointments of Michael S. Procyk to operations controller in the McCormick/Schilling division and Kenneth A. Kelly Jr. to director of corporate accounting, McCormick & Co. Procyk worked at the company's former subsidiary, Golden West Foods. Kelly was assistant corporate controller for United Technologies.

R&R International names Carpenter

R&R International named Steven M. Carpenter a senior project manager in its Baltimore office. He was with McCabe Engineering Corp. prior to joining the Akron-based firm. He has degrees in physics and engineering from Earlham College and the University of Akron,respectively.

Fontana, Shuman join Historic Inns

Historic Inns of Annapolis has announced that Sharon Fontana and Dana Shuman have joined the group of small inns that make up the local Remington Hotels division.

Fontana is director of sales and marketing, a post similar to the one she held at the home office of Remington. Shuman, an Annapolis native who was named senior sales manager, was sales and marketing director for Belmont Manor House & Conference Center in Baltimore.

Legal & Insurance

Heckwolf is chosen Blues vice president

Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Maryland has chosen Mary Anne Heckwolf as vice president of government programs for the Owings Mills-based health insurer. Formerly a vice president with Phoenix Home Life, the Baltimore native will have responsibility for management and operations of BC/BS Federal Employee Program, Medicare Part A and Medi-CareFirst.

Concentra Medical Centers, an affiliate of OccuSystems, a physician practice management firm, appointed Quinten Davis director of operations and Christopher Bordnick director of health service for its Eastern Region. Brian Barshinger was named as an occupational health associate.

Davis was vice president of operations for Baltimore Industrial Medical Group. Bordnick, formerly with OccuSystems in Detroit, will supervise the managers of the seven regional health care clinics. Barshinger is responsible for educational programs, audio testing, hearing conservation, CPR and first aid courses.

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