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September 14, 2004

Banking and Finance

Livingston is executive VP at Bank of Glen Burnie

The Bank of Glen Burnie named Michael G. Livingston executive vice president and deputy chief operating officer for the Anne Arundel County financial institution. He manages the bank's daily operations, including human resources, finance, branch and loan administration.

A graduate of the University of Maryland and the Stonier Graduate School of Banking, Livingston is a member of the Maryland Bankers Association, Anne Arundel Economic Development Corp., Glen Burnie Town Center Committee and West Anne Arundel Rotary.


George is project manager for Morris & Ritchie

Morris & Ritchie Associates Inc. said Joshua C. George joined the Harford County-based regional planning and architectural engineering firm as a project manager. Assigned to the firm's Towson office, he supervises commercial and residential development projects.

A member of the American Society of Civil Engineers and the National Society of Professional Engineers, George received his graduate engineering degree from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.

NAI KLNB promotes Wolfe to administration VP

NAI KLNB promoted property manager Jeannine Wolfe to vice president of administration for the Baltimore-based regional asset and property management company.

Wolfe supervises daily administrative operations with tenants and vendors and manages a portfolio of commercial properties. A resident of Columbia, she is a graduate of State University and Regents College in New York.

Commercial Real Estate

Bay, Cairns take posts with Continental Realty

Continental Realty Corp. appointed Matt Bay as development manager and Kristin Cairns as a leasing representative for the Baltimore-based management and development company.

Bay is responsible for development of the Piney Shops retail project in Odenton. A Baltimore resident, he is a graduate of the Johns Hopkins University and formerly was an acquisitions analyst for Phillips Edison & Co.

Cairns, assigned to the commercial properties division, is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She was formerly with the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and lives in Baltimore.

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