Legal and insurance Carrick joins Ballard, Spahr as...

PEOPLE ON THE MOVE

November 19, 2001

Legal and insurance

Carrick joins Ballard, Spahr as partner

Ballard Spahr Andrews & Ingersoll LLP announced that Shaun F. Carrick was admitted to the law firm's Baltimore office as a partner in the business and finance department. A law graduate of the College of William & Mary, Carrick represents banks, asset-based lenders, public lenders and other financial institutions in the areas of commercial, health care and real estate finance.

Banking and finance

Petrucci account executive at PSA Financial Center

PSA Financial Center hired Kurt Petrucci as an account executive specializing in individual and corporate insurance planning. A licensed insurance agent, he is a graduate of Loyola College and formerly was an adviser/broker with Berkshire Life Insurance Co.

Health care

Franklin is promoted at Keswick Multi-Care

Keswick Multi-Care Center promoted Gary Franklin to assistant executive director of the North Baltimore elder-care facility with responsibility for the nursing, medicine, dining, building and grounds departments as well as social work and volunteer services. An Annapolis resident, he holds a master's degree from the University of Maryland and is a licensed nursing home administrator.

Commercial Real Estate

Dannenfelser named NAI-KLNB associate

NAI-KLNB Inc. named David Dannenfelser as an associate in its new Baltimore office in the Canton area. The Cockeysville resident and University of Delaware graduate focuses on commercial, office and industrial sales and leasing in downtown Baltimore. He was formerly with Cintas Corp. as a sales representative.

Seward joins leasing, sales unit at Colliers

Colliers Pinkard hired Matthew L. Seward as a member of its office leasing and sales group, focusing on the downtown Baltimore market. Formerly with MacKenzie/Oncor International, he holds a bachelor's degree from Mary Washington College. Seward is a graduate of the Realtor Institute and a member of the Greater Baltimore Board of Realtors.

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