New positions Grossman, Bhutiani, Howarth are promoted...

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October 01, 2002

New positions

Grossman, Bhutiani, Howarth are promoted

Middle River Aircraft Systems announced the appointments of Bernie Grossman to vice president, production control and manufacturing engineering; PK Bhutiani as vice president, thrust reverser programs; and Graham Howarth as director of engineering at the GE subsidiary in Baltimore County.

Grossman, an MBA graduate of the Florida Institute of Technology, is responsible for shop throughput, delivery performance, tool design and aftermarket services. Bhutiani will head all thrust reverser programs. He earned his doctorate in mechanical aerospace at Syracuse University. Howarth, a graduate of Blackpool Technical College, will supervise engineering development and sustaining activities for thrust reverser and aerostructures programs.


Debraccio is promoted to assistant vice president

1st Mariner Bank appointed Dawn Debraccio an assistant vice president. She will be responsible for retail and commercial business development at its Dundalk branch. Formerly with First Union Bank, she is a licensed investment specialist and is active with the Essex-Middle River/White Marsh Chamber of Commerce, the Special Olympics and Catholic Charities.


Davis, Brown, Grimes receive promotions

McLean, Koehler, Sparks & Hammond named Kathleen M. Davis a principal of the Towson-based regional accounting and consulting firm and also named Catherine E. Brown and R. Scott Grimes as in-charge accountants.

Davis, a certified public accountant, heads the firm's employee benefits and Evergreen Wealth Advisors practices. A graduate of George Mason University, the Mount Airy resident is a member of the Estate Planning Council of Frederick County and the local chapter of Worldwide Employee Benefits.

Brown, a graduate of Mount Saint Mary's College, is a certified public accountant and works in corporate, trust and individual tax return preparation. Grimes works on audits, reviews and compilations as part of the firm's death-care industry team.

Laluna, Meyer join JSA as staff architects

JSA Inc., headquartered in Silver Spring, announced that Maybell Laluna and Loren Meyer have joined the firm as staff architects.

Laluna, a graduate of Andrews University, was formerly a lead project designer with Kingscott Associates Inc. Meyers, formerly with Ove Arup and Partners, received his graduate degree from the University of Michigan. Both are assigned to work on the Fort Meade Residential Community Initiative.

Commercial Real Estate

Continental Realty names Angel training director

Continental Realty Corp. appointed Anne Angel as marketing and training director of the Towson-based development and management company's residential properties division. She is responsible for advertising, marketing, sales and customer service training. Formerly the sales manager/publisher of For Rent magazine, the Baltimore resident is a board member of the Maryland Multi Housing Association.

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