3 promoted to executive slots at Sun Goldstein, Barwick, Hutchinson move up

November 21, 1996|BY A SUN STAFF WRITER

The Baltimore Sun Co. has announced the promotions of Rich Goldstein, Bruce Barwick and Darlene Hutchinson into executive-level positions, said Mary Junck, publisher and chief executive officer.

Goldstein, who has been controller of the company since 1992, will serve as director of finance. Goldstein, who received a bachelor's degree from Syracuse University and an MBA from Pace University, is a certified public accountant who began his career with Times Mirror Co., The Sun's parent company, in 1980.

In addition to assuming responsibility for accounting, tax and treasury planning, Goldstein will join the company's executive committee. He will report to Barwick.

Barwick, previously vice president of operations and assistant to the publisher, was named vice president/business manager.

Barwick holds a bachelor's degree from the University of Oregon and an MBA from the University of Southern California. He has served in a variety of positions at The Sun, including controller and vice president/chief financial officer.

Hutchinson, formerly administrative assistant, is being promoted to assistant to the publisher.

Hutchinson, who attended Towson State University, began her career at The Sun in 1989 as an advertising secretary.

In 1992, she became secretary to the publisher and in 1995 was promoted to administrative assistant.

In her new job, she will be responsible for the operations in the publisher's office.

She will also manage various companywide task forces, chair The Sun's charitable giving committee and join the executive committee.

Pub Date: 11/21/96

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