New positionsCertified Network Systems appoints Baranick...

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July 29, 1996

New positions

Certified Network Systems appoints Baranick president

Certified Network Systems & Services has promoted Annemarie Baranick to president of the Gaithersburg-based data and voice communications networks design company. She will retain her position as chief financial officer as well as oversee daily operations. Baranick previously was vice president of finance and administration for Terminal Networks Inc. of Silver Spring.

Hearth & Home promotes Setree to president

Hearth & Home Distributors, headquartered in Columbia, named Jim Setree president.

A 17-year veteran of the fireplace and equipment company, Setree moved through the sales, marketing and management ranks and has been responsible for introduction of innovative products and expanding into new markets.

McCormick names Skapura quality assurance manager

McCormick & Co. appointed Ted C. Skapura quality assurance manager for its Hunt Valley McCormick/Schilling plant. He has been with the spice company for nine years, and was quality assurance group leader. Before joining McCormick, he worked in quality assurance at Sara Lee.


Bonnie A. Bullock joins Heneson Communications

Bonnie Heneson Communications named Bonnie A. Bullock a publications assistant. Previously, she was a public relations and marketing intern with the Arts Council of Fairfax County in Annandale, Va.

Legal & insurance

Shapiro promotes Riley, admits Howard-Algarin

Shapiro & Olander selected K. Lee Riley Jr. to chair the law firm's banking practice group. His practice is in corporate, commercial and bank lending and regulatory law. He also edits the firm's publication Lenders Counsel Report.

The Baltimore-Washington regional firm admitted John A. Howard-Algarin as an associate in its litigation department. A 1995 law graduate of the University of Maryland, he had been law clerk to the Orphans' Court of Baltimore City.

Pub Date: 7/29/96

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