People on the Move

PEOPLE ON THE MOVE

October 29, 2002

New positions

Comcast promotes Lynch to regional vice president

Comcast Cable Communications, located in White Marsh, promoted Brian A. Lynch to area vice president and general manager for Baltimore, Harford and Howard counties. He is responsible for daily operations and strategic planning, including technical upgrades, customer service and new product launches. The Harford County resident had been head of the firm's Eastern Shore systems.

Reese K. Feuerman hired at Constellation Energy

Constellation Energy Group hired Reese K. Feuerman as vice president and corporate controller. He succeeds Richard Bange, who retired in August after 30 years with Constellation. Most recently, Feuerman was vice president and corporate controller for XO Communications. A native of Baltimore, Feuerman received his degree in accounting from the University of Maryland, College Park in 1987 and is a certified public accountant.

Banking and finance

Durans, Christ promoted at Provident Bank

Provident Bank promoted Douglas V. Durans to senior vice president and Neil L. Christ to a vice presidency at the Baltimore-based regional bank.

Durans is a credit officer in the Washington metroplitan region. The Ellicott City resident earned his MBA from New York University and was formerly a vice president with AllFirst Bank & Trust. Christ is the bank's manager of treasury operations and is an MBA candidate at Loyola College. Formerly a staff accountant with Rowles and Co., he lives in Baltimore.

Professional

Thales Communications hires Jeffrey D. Nickel

Thales Communications Inc. hired Jeffrey D. Nickel as a business development manager for the Clarksville-based radio electronics company. His primary responsibilty is development of the tactical radio business with the Navy. Formerly with Rockwell Collins, the Frederick resident is a Marine Corps veteran and received his graduate degree from Capitol College.

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