People on the Move

PEOPLE ON THE MOVE

September 10, 2002

Advertising and public relations

Brann Baltimore makes three appointments

Brann Baltimore announced the appointments of Rob Heck, associate creative director; Holly Mallos, management supervisor; and Jim Chaplin, associate creative director, to the additional post of vice president for the ad and marketing agency.

Heck, a graduate of the University of Tennessee, provides services to clients in the finance, travel and high-tech industries. Mallos, a former television associate producer, holds a master's degree from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University. Chaplin, a graduate of the Maryland Institute College of Art, is responsible for creative design and direction.

Gilden Integrated names two graphic designers

Gilden Integrated, a marketing and public relations firm headquartered in Roland Park, named Vicki Brown and Malia Furukawa to the staff as graphic designers.

Brown, formerly with St. Louis-based Wiseman Design, and Furukawa, previously with Golden Bear Golf Center, are graduates of the Maryland Institute College of Art.

Banking and finance

Provident appoints Keigler, Farley to posts

Provident Bank has appointed Thomas N. Keigler as senior vice president and Jeffrey Farley to branch manager.

Keigler, real estate lender for the Baltimore area, was formerly a vice president at the Brodie Organization, a development and managment company. The Timonium resident holds graduate degrees from the University of Virginia and Loyola College. Farley, assigned to the Cockeysville office, lives in Littlestown and attended Allegany College. He was formerly with American Trust Bank.

Professional

Davis named associate at Morris & Ritchie

Morris & Ritchie Associates named Sean Davis an associate of the Abingdon-based regional engineering and architectural firm. He will serve in the post of director of land planning. Formerly a principal with LDR International, he is a landscape architecture graduate from Texas Technical University and a law graduate of the University of Baltimore.

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