New positions P.W. Feats hires Stefan as a senior...

PEOPLE ON THE MOVE

August 20, 2002

New positions

P.W. Feats hires Stefan as a senior producer

P.W. Feats has hired Matthew Stefan as a senior producer at the Baltimore-based events marketing and production firm. He is responsible for the daily management of live events, media productions, budgeting and client relations. The Elkridge resident was formerly with PGI Inc. and is a graduate of Ohio State University.

Banking and finance

Mercantile names Kakaris executive vice president

Mercantile-Safe Deposit & Trust Co. has appointed Deborah A. Kakaris executive vice president of the operations and technology services division, which is responsible for bank, investment and wealth management operations and enterprise technology services. Kakaris, has a MBA from Loyola College and is a certified securities operations professional. She is active in the Kingsville Elementary PTA, Girl Scouts and Maryland Mentoring Partnership.

FOR THE RECORD - An item in yesterday's Business section about Dr. Stuart B. Bell's recent appointment as vice president of medical affairs for Union Memorial Hospital stated that Bell was formerly in private practice. In fact, he remains in private practice. The Sun regrets the error.

Professional

Stegman names Whitehead as a senior accountant

Stegman & Co. has promoted R. Lee Whitehead to senior accountant at the Towson-based regional accounting and management-consulting firm. He provides accounting and auditing services to clients in the commercial-banking, construction and nonprofit industries. A certified public accountant, he earned a MBA at Loyola College.

Health care

Union Memorial names Bell a vice president

Union Memorial Hospital has named Dr. Stuart B. Bell vice president of medical affairs for the MedStar Health affiliate. Formerly in private practice, he is a fellow of the American College of Physicians and a clinical assistant professor in internal medicine at the University of Maryland School of Medicine. The Stoneleigh resident received his medical degree from the University of Maryland, Baltimore.

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