People on the Move


April 29, 2003

Advertising and Public Relations

Love & Co. hires Hokanson as production manager

Love & Co. has appointed Matt Hokanson production manager for the Frederick-based marketing and public relations firm. He will coordinate competitive print bidding and production monitoring and scheduling. A graduate of Michigan State University, he was formerly with the design director of U.S. Clearing, a division of Fleet Financial.


Marshall Craft hires Fritz as architectural designer

Marshall Craft Associates Inc. named Shiela R. Fritz to the staff of the Baltimore-based architectural and planning design firm as an architectural designer. A graduate of the University of Maryland, she was previously a project manager for Griswold, Heckle, Kell Associates.

Health Care

Braid to manage facilities at Union Memorial

Union Memorial Hospital has chosen William B. Braid as director of facilities management. He will be responsible for plant operations, security, maintenance and clinical engineering. An Army and Vietnam War veteran, the Catonsville resident attended the University of Wisconsin and was formerly with Howard County General Hospital.

Commercial Real Estate

Manekin names Stewart to construction dept.

Manekin LLC, headquartered in Columbia, named Gina Stewart director of business development for its construction department. Formerly vice president with DRBrasher Architects, the Severna Park resident is active in the BWI Business Partnership and several professional organizations.

NAI hires Mothersille as a property manager

NAI-KLNB Management appointed Candice Mothersille as a property manager for the Baltimore-based regional commercial property management company. She will supervise comprehensive property and asset management functions for properties in the Washington metropolitan area. Formerly with Carr America, the Florida International University graduate is active with Commercial Real Estate for Women.

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