Moving Up


Tracking business job changes and awards

April 27, 2005


Aon Corp. announced the appointments of Maria Cumming, accounting, and Karen Kissam, employee benefits, as senior vice presidents at the Baltimore-based risk-management services and consulting company.

Epok has chosen Caroline Proctor, formerly a vice president with Manugistics, as the Bethesda-based identity-rights-management firm's chief marketing officer.

George Vaeth Associates Inc. announced that Barbara Mellema has joined the Columbia architectural and design firm as a project manager.


The Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond announced the selection of Dave Beck as a senior vice president and the manager of its Baltimore branch.

The Bank of Glen Burnie appointed Joanne Walter as a mortgage loan officer for the northern Anne Arundel County financial institution.

T. Rowe Price & Associates announced that Michael Oh, formerly an international economist for the U.S. Department of the Treasury, and Julie Salsbrey, a former associate economist at the Baltimore-based mutual funds and investment house, were named as research analysts for emerging market bonds.

Northwest Savings Bank announced the promotion of Michael J. McAndrew to manager of the Warren, Pa., bank's Maryland-region offices. He is responsible for customer service, administration and business development.


Liberty Property Trust named Doris Perry as a property manager for the Columbia commercial real estate management and development company.

W.F. Chesley Real Estate Inc. announced that Daniel Marker, formerly with F.G. Marker Co. Inc., joined the staff of its construction division. He will initiate an in-house computer-aided design program for the Annapolis-based residential development company.

Greenberg Commercial Corp. appointed Donna M. Sills to vice president and general counsel for the Owings Mills-based regional commercial real estate company.


United Industrial Corp. announced the appointment of Stuart F. Gray as treasurer of the Hunt Valley-based designers and producer of defense support systems.


The Maryland Chamber of Commerce is scheduled to induct Roger R. Blunt, of Blunt Enterprises, Ronald R. Peterson, of Johns Hopkins Health & Medicine, and Marge Thomas of Goodwill Industries, into the Maryland Business Hall of Fame today.

The National Petrochemical & Refiners Association will present its meritorious safety performance award to Columbia-based Atlantic Scaffolding for its work at the ExxonMobil facility in Beaumont, Texas.


Profiles Inc. appointed Amy Burke and Lesa Rair as senior account managers and named Jamie Watt to the staff as a junior account executive at the Baltimore-based public relations firm.


VideoLink Inc. appointed Jerry Keefe as director of sales and marketing for its Baltimore facilities. He was formerly a vice president with Interface Systems Group.


The Kennedy Krieger Institute announced that Atwood Collins III of M&T Bank Corp. and Thomas V. Brooks of Constellation Energy Commodities Group were named to seats on the board of directors.

MaxCyte Inc., a clinical stage therapeutic company based in Gaithersburg, appointed Stanley Erck of IOMAI Corp. to its board of directors.


Hanger Orthopedic Group Inc. appointed Dr. John J. Rush, a specialist in emergency medicine, as vice president and chief medical officer for the Bethesda-based provider of orthotic and prosthetic services.

InforMedix Holdings Inc., the Rockville-based medical technology company, named Linda Oaster as director of sales for the disease-management and home care markets.

University of Maryland Medical Center announced that Dr. Aldo Iacono was named medical director of lung transplantation and Dr. Saul Yanovich was appointed clinical director of the blood and marrow transplantation program.


Baltimore Development Corp. announced the appointment of Nancy Jordon-Howard as its chief operating officer.

AARP Maryland has named Joseph DeMattos Jr. as the new state director. He has served as the group's director of government relations and advocacy.

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