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PEOPLE ON THE MOVE

November 11, 2003

Banking and Finance

Bank of Glen Burnie names Himmel a loan officer

The Bank of Glen Burnie has appointed Michael G. Himmel as a commercial loan officer. He will be responsible for developing new commercial relationships as well as servicing existing ones, originating commercial and consumer loans and assisting branch managers. An M.B.A. graduate of the University of Baltimore, the Woodstock resident was formerly with Susquehanna Bank & Trust.

Calvert Group promotes Habeeb, Hayes, Dailey

Calvert Group Ltd., a Bethesda-based financial services company, named Gregory G. Habeeb and Daniel K. Hayes as senior vice presidents and Thomas A. Dailey as vice president.

Habeeb, the head of the taxable bond division, is responsible for the implementation and overall strategy of more than $2.9 billion in taxable fixed income portfolios and serves as the senior portfolio manager to the Calvert Income, Short Duration Income, Social Bond, CVS Income Funds, as well as the fixed-income portions of the Social Balanced and CVS Balanced Funds. He has been with Calvert since 1997. Hayes, with the firm since 1982, heads the credit research division and is responsible for the credit research activities of the firm's fixed-income portfolios.

Dailey had been senior portfolio manager and head of short-term fixed-income investments. He will now lead the municipal, tax-exempt and money market division, and is responsible for management of tax-free fixed-income and tax-free and taxable money fund assets. He also serves as the senior portfolio manager to all the portfolios in the Calvert's tax-free reserves series, national municipal intermediate and California municipal intermediate funds. He has been with Calvert since 1989.

Legal and Insurance

Gibson, Rothleder join Ober/Kaler as associates

Ober/Kaler announced that Michael C. Gibson and Jeffrey N. Rothleder have joined the Baltimore-based law firm as associates in its Baltimore office.

Gibson, a law graduate of American University, will practice in the firm's commercial finance group. He was formerly a law clerk with the Office of the Inspector General, National Labor Relations Board. Rothleder is assigned to the litigation department. He earned his law degree at the University of Maryland, Baltimore.

Professional

Whitney, Bailey appoints Aaby construction director

Whitney, Bailey, Cox & Magnani has appointed Lyle Aaby, formerly president of Baltimore Contractors, as the director of construction services for the Towson-based architectural and consulting engineering firm. A engineering graduate of the University of Florida, he earned an M.B.A. from Loyola College.

Barrett named manager for Gannett Fleming

Gannett Fleming, the Baltimore-based international engineering consulting and construction management firm, named W. Arthur Barrett II as the regional office manager of its Baltimore office. He is responsible for the firm's services in Maryland, Washington and Delaware. A graduate of Clarkson Univeristy, he is active in the American Society of Civil Engineers and the Maryland Association of Engineers.

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