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May 31, 1999

New positions

Marriott names Mulligan head of corporate services

Sodexho Marriott Services Inc. named Thomas M. Mulligan as president of its corporate services division and member of the Gaithersburg-based food and facility management company's executive committee.

Mulligan is filling the vacancy created by the appointment of Michel Landel as president and chief executive officer. Mulligan, 47, will oversee about 1,900 clients who operate restaurants, food courts, vending and convenience stores as well as provide catering services. Currently head of Sodexho's New England corporate dining operations, he will also continue in that post until a successor is named.

e.spire picks Refford to head network engineering

e.spire Communications Inc. of Annapolis Junction has appointed Norman W. Refford vice president of data network engineering. The company is a provider of integrated communications solutions.

Banking and finance

Legg Mason appoints director, principals

Legg Mason Wood Walker Inc. announced executive promotions in its corporate finance division, including Keith E. Getter as managing director real estate.

Elevated to principals were: Karen S. Batchelder, business services and professional sports; Craig W. England, financial services; Francis X. Gallagher, telecommunication services and technology; David J. O'Malley, real estate and health care; Thomas K. Peltier, information technology; and W. Matthew Zuga, health care. Named vice presidents were: Katherine Boden, health care; Jessica Lee, education; and Jon M. Mahan, insurance. Eerik Giles, business services, was named an associate.

In the equity research division, Barry B. Bannister, capital goods; Jerry L. Doctrow, REITs and health care; David M. Fick and Rod Petrik, REITs; Stefan D. Loren, Pharmaceutical and Life Sciences; Pawan K. Malhotra, electronic commerce; Hugo J. Warns III, insurance; William E. Whyman, Internet strategy and Daniel E. Zito, telecommunications, were named principals. Christopher M. Mutascio, regional banks, was named a vice president.

Bank of Glen Burnie picks senior vice president

The Bank of Glen Burnie appointed John Young senior vice president and chief operating officer for the north Anne Arundel County community bank. He will supervise daily operations of the bank and its data processing and network services departments. An active member of the Independent Bankers Association and the Maryland Bankers Association, he is an MBA graduate of Loyola College. The Ellicott City resident was formerly president of Young Harris, the Baltimore-based firm of bank and thrift consultants.

Professional

Buchart-Horn announces environmental engineer

Buchart-Horn Inc. announced that John S. Ross, professional engineer, joined the York-based international engineering firm as a senior environmental engineer. He will be assigned to the firm's Baltimore office. A graduate of Pennsylvania State University, the New Freedom resident is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers and the American Water Works Association.

Commercial real estate

CB Richard Ellis choses senior vice presidents

CB Richard Ellis chose William S. Roohan and Robert F. Freeze Jr. as senior vice presidents in the Baltimore office of the Los Angeles-based real estate services company.

Roohan, a Mount St. Marys College graduate, was formerly a senior consultant with KPMG Peat Marwick. He is a certified public accountant and active in several professional organizations and sits on several boards, including the Boston Metals Co. Freeze, a University of Baltimore graduate, and attended the Virginia Graduate School of Banking. He is a member of the Apartment Builders & Owners Council.

Pub Date: 5/31/99

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