Banking and finance Semanie, Barthelme take posts at...


January 01, 2001

Banking and finance

Semanie, Barthelme take posts at Bay National

Bay National Bank named Mark A. Semanie vice president and chief financial officer, and Mary Ellen Barthelme senior director of private client services.

Semanie, a certified public accountant and Baltimore resident, graduated from Bentley College and held a similar position at Agency Services Inc. before joining the Lutherville-based financial institution. Barthelme, a Hollins College graduate, lives in Towson and was previously with Bank of Maryland.

Pamela Thompson joins Bank of Glen Burnie

Bank of Glen Burnie hired Pamela Thompson as assistant controller and assistant treasurer. She is in charge of preparing in-house monthly financial reports as well as quarterly and year-end reports filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. A Glen Burnie resident, she received her MBA degree from Sacred Heart University.

Legal and insurance

Davis, Rosolio partners at Venable, Baetjer

Venable, Baetjer & Howard has admitted Michael A. Davis and Charles E. Rosolio as partners.

Davis is rejoining the firm after serving as chief aide to Baltimore County Executive C. A. Dutch Ruppersberger and re-election campaign manager for Sen. Paul S. Sarbanes. Based in Towson, Davis is in the firm's state and local government practice group. A law graduate of the University of Maryland, the Baltimore County resident is a member of the board of GBMC Healthcare, the National Football Foundation and is active in other civic and community groups. Rosolio, who received undergraduate and law degrees from the University of Maryland, is with the law firm's business division and represents clients in tax and transactions areas. He formerly was a partner with the firm of Church & Houff.

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