People on the Move

PEOPLE ON THE MOVE

February 19, 2003

Advertising and PR

Kitchel is Planit VP, director of development

Planit announced that Denise Kitchel joined the Inner Harbor communications firm as vice president and director of corporate development. She is responsible for assessing creation of client communications strategies, steering the agency's growth and building corporate alliances. The Cornell University graduate was formerly with Warschawski Public Relations, where she was responsible for public relations and marketing strategies for various clients.

Banking and finance

Messoris, Leventhal join Susquehanna Bank

Susquehanna Bank hired Nina Messoris and Nathan Leventhal as lending officers in its commercial lending department.

Messoris, a resident of Perry Hall, was formerly with National Acceptance Corp. She is responsible for development and management of processes and services. Leventhal, who also serves as a vice president, has responsibility for new business development and increased customer relations. The Annapolis resident previously was a bank examiner and lending officer in Anne Arundel County.

Professional

McLean adds Kerchaert, Iseminger, Pearlman

McLean, Koehler, Sparks & Hammond added John T. Kerchaert, Jamie G. Iseminger and Adam I. Pearlman to the staff of the Frederick offices of the Towson-based accounting and consulting firm.

Kerchaert will primarily serve clients in the construction industry. A graduate of Ball State University, the Gaithersburg resident was formerly with Watkins, Meegan, Drury & Co. Iseminger, a resident of Hagerstown, is a graduate of Towson University and was a level two accountant at RSM McGladrey. Pearlman will work primarily with the firm's team for funeral and cemetery-related businesses. A graduate of the University of Delaware, he lives in Bensalem, Pa.

Commercial Real Estate

M. Colt Miller joins MacKenzie/ONCOR

M. Colt Miller has joined MacKenzie/ONCOR International firm, based in Lutherville, as a sales and leasing associate in its brokerage division. He will focus on properties in the Baltimore metropolitan area. Formerly with MCI WorldCom, the West Virginia native lives in Baltimore County.

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