New positions Comcast Cable promotes Kenneth D. Crooks...


September 10, 2001

New positions

Comcast Cable promotes Kenneth D. Crooks to VP

Comcast Cable promoted Kenneth D. Crooks to vice president and general manager of its Baltimore City cable system. He is responsible for daily operations and completion of the system's fiber-optic upgrading. He previously was vice president for operations in the Maryland/Delaware region. Before joining Comcast, he was vice president of affiliate relations for Disney ABC Cable group. He is a member of the Cable & Telecommunications Association for Marketing and is active with Port Discovery, the Baltimore Zoo and the Signal 13 Foundation.


Leffler Agency hires Davila as account exec

The Leffler Agency hired Joan L. Davila as an account executive, with responsibility for copy writing and coordinating the advertising campaigns of several clients, including the Baltimore Ravens. Davila, a Timonium resident, holds both bachelor's and master's degrees from Towson University.

Banking and finance

Noppenberger named VP at Provident Bank

Provident Bank hired Louis J. Noppenberger as vice president of commercial lending. A former manager with Anderson Consulting, the Catonsville resident holds an M.B.A. from Loyola College and is a member of the Association of Financial Professionals, Project Management Institute and Robert Morris Associates.

Santo and Yeatts take posts at PSA Financial

PSA Financial Center in Lutherville named William J. Santo as information technology manager and Jo Yeatts as a commercial lines manager.

Santo, a Microsoft certified professional, was formerly a systems manager with Ryddex Funds. He is a graduate of the University of Maryland, where he is completing work on a master's degree. Yeatts, a graduate of East Carolina University, has completed general insurance courses at the Insurance Institute of America. She was previously with Ohio Casualty Group as a rater, examiner and underwriter.

Health care

Magellan names VP for medical services

Magellan Behavioral Health appointed Dr. Kelley L. Phillips as vice president of medical services for its Maryland regional service center. The former president of the American College of Women's Health receive a medical degree from Ottawa University, a diploma in psychiatry from McMaster University in Canada and a master's degree in public health from the Johns Hopkins University.

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