Financial Schiminger, Swindell join Adams Express The...


July 16, 2002


Schiminger, Swindell join Adams Express

The Adams Express Co. announced that David R. Schiminger and D. Cotton Swindell have joined the Baltimore equity investment firm as equities research analysts.

Schiminger, a master's of business administration graduate of the University of Virginia, is a chartered financial analyst and was formerly with the Mercantile-Safe Deposit & Trust Co. Swindell, formerly an analyst with Wachovia Securities, received his MBA from Duke University.

Towson search firm names Lavan partner

Roberts Ryan & Bentley named Gary P. Lavan as a partner in the Towson-based executive search firm. He will lead the firm's industrial retained search practice. Formerly with Chesebourgh Ponds, he graduated from Rollins College and attended graduate school at Cornell University. A resident of Homeland, he is also an artist and musician and is active in several professional and civic organizations.


Whiteford, Taylor, Preston names two associates

Whiteford, Taylor & Preston announced that Jeffrey C. Maynard and Kristin K. Going have joined the Baltimore-based regional law firm as associates.

Maynard, of Baltimore, is a patent attorney assigned to the firm's technology and intellectual property practice. Formerly with Draughon Professional Association in Florida, he is a graduate of the Naval Academy and received his law degree from the University of Maryland. Going, a bankruptcy attorney, received her master's in law from St. John's University and was formerly with Weltman, Weinberg & Reis of Cleveland.


Greenbelt company names Cooper development chief

Coakley Williams, a Greenbelt based hotel management company, appointed Paul Cooper director of development. He will have responsibility for increasing the firm's portfolio of managed hotels. A graduate of Old Dominion University, he was previously with Criimi Mae Services, a real estate investment trust.

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