Moving Up


July 06, 2005


The Columbia Bank appointed Heather M. Schimkaitis as assistant controller and Sean P. Heffernan as vice president, commercial banking for the Howard County financial institution. Schimkaitis will assist in corporate finance, accounting and Securities and Exchange Commission report functions. Heffernan will develop and maintain relationships with small andmidsize companies in the Baltimore-Washington corridor.


Greater Baltimore Medical Center named Mary Whittaker director of quality assurance and performance improvement for the Towson medical facility. She will manage the overall quality assessment program for the hospital and monitor compliance with regulatory standards.


Peter Fillat Architects named Lori Cumberland vice president of marketing and business development for the Baltimore architectural design firm. She will supervise the firm's national and international business development and marketing initiatives.


NAI KLNB Management said Carrie Thalheimer joined the Baltimore-based regional assets and property management company as a lease administrator. She will oversee day-to-day lease administration, including reviewing and auditing for various commercial office, industrial and retail properties.


Landmark Signs appointed David Link as controller for the Forest Hill-based manufacturer and seller of signage products to the real estate industry. He is responsible for all facets of financial planning, accounting and information technology management.

Adhesives Research Inc. said Richard B. Taylor joined the maker of custom pressure-sensitive adhesives as a sales representative for its southern U.S. region, representing its splicing business unit.


Comcast appointed Andrea Garris manager of community relations for its Baltimore City system and Julia Lynton as government affairs professional for its Baltimore metro counties system. Garris will direct the cable company's various community relations initiatives. Lynton is responsible for managing government and community relations initiatives in Baltimore, Harford and Howard counties.


The Maryland Science Center has named Jennifer Bentzel as manager of annual giving for the Inner Harbor attraction.

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