New positions Scharfenberger joins Comcast Online...

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February 28, 2000

New positions

Scharfenberger joins Comcast Online

Comcast Online Communications, located in White Marsh, selected Leianne Scharfenberger as marketing assistant for its Comcast@Home service in the Baltimore metropolitan market area.

The Florida Atlantic University graduate formerly was a public relations assistant with TV Interactive in Boca Raton, Fla.

Wilson is security chief for Mondawmin Mall

Mondawmin Mall appointed Wayne Wilson director of security for the Northwest Baltimore shopping complex.

Recently retired from the Baltimore City Police Department, the Baltimore resident and Navy veteran is a graduate of Community College of Baltimore and is active in the Masons and several other social and civic organizations.

Advertising

Reeves names Streeter senior account executive

The Reeves Agency named Debra Streeter a senior account executive for the Baltimore marketing communications firm.

A graduate of Towson University, she is responsible for client account management and coordination.

Banking and finance

Maryland Permanent Bank names Costello CFO and VP

Maryland Permanent Bank named David Costello III chief financial officer and senior vice president for the Owings Mills financial institution. He holds an MBA from the University of Baltimore.

Formerly with Carrollton Bank, Costello oversees the bank's financial, accounting, reporting and budgeting functions as well as strategic planning and portfolio management.

Professional

Mizell senior accountant at Keller Bruner & Co.

Keller Bruner & Co. hired Cathy Mizell as an advanced senior accountant at the Frederick-based regional accounting and business management firm.

Formerly a senior accountant with Arthur Andersen LLP, the Mount St. Mary's College graduate is a member of two honor societies and serves on the board of ESCAPE, an organization dedicated to preventing child abuse.

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