New positions Stephen Neal named vice president at...

PEOPLE ON THE MOVE

August 27, 2002

New positions

Stephen Neal named vice president at Giant

Giant Food Inc. named Stephen Neal senior vice president of store operations for the Landover-based regional food market chain. He has responsibility for strategic and operational leadership of the chain's store operations. The Prince George's County resident joined the company in 1978 as a management trainee upon his graduation from George Mason University.

Pennysaver Group hires Jones for Waldorf office

Pennysaver Group Inc., a Hanover-based subsidiary of Strategic Publications, hired Debbie Jones as sales manager of its Waldorf office. She is responsible for daily office operations, increasing advertising and meeting and exceeding revenue goals. Prior to joining the publisher of the weekly Pennysaver shoppers newspaper, she was with Southern Maryland Newspapers publishers.

Banking and finance

1st Mariner appoints Stelmack branch manager

1st Mariner Bank appointed Debra Stelmack as vice president and manager of the Canton-based bank's Cockeysville branch. She is responsible for staff management, commercial and retail relationships and customer service. A graduate of the American Institute of Banking, she was formerly an assistant vice president with Provident Bank.

Professional

KCI Technologies promotes three executives

KCI Technologies named Nathan J. Beil executive vice president and promoted G. Scott Lang and Pradip M. Patel to vice presidents at the Hunt Valley engineering firm.

Beil, a professional engineer, was formerly in charge of the firm's mid-Atlantic region. The Parkton resident has been with the company since 1988; he received bachelor's and master's degrees in civil engineering from Lehigh University and an M.B.A. from the University of Virginia.

Lang, a resident of New Freedom, Pa., retired from the Navy in 1998. He holds engineering degrees from Cornell University and Texas A&M. He is responsible for projects at BWI Airport and McKinley High School in Washington.

Patel, a professional geologist, holds advanced degrees from the University of Baroda (India) and Cleveland State. The Hampstead resident heads the firm's Geo-Environmental Division, which provides services including geotechnical engineering, hazardous waste management and industrial hygiene.

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