People On The Move


March 29, 2006

Banking and finance

Bay National Bank announced that Dick Oppitz joined the Baltimore-based bank as senior vice president of commercial lending. The 35-year banking veteran is responsible for new business development and credit administration.

M&T Bank appointed Douglas M. Able III as a vice president in the regional bank's commercial lending division.

EagleBank named John A. Beck Jr. a vice president and team leader in the Bethesda bank's commercial lending unit in Chevy Chase.

Smart Financial Advisors, based in Baltimore, announced that M. Christina Watson joined the firm as a vice president.

Health care

Roland Park Place said Mark Pressman joined the North Baltimore continuing care/retire- ment community as vice president of health and resident services/nursing home administrator.

MedImmune Inc. appointed Allan Darling, corporate quality control; Gary B. Ebbert, antibody and small molecule manufacturing; Bahija Jallal, translational sciences; Douglas B. Willner, sales training; and Frank D. Czworka Jr., sales, infectious diseases, as vice presidents of the Gaithersburg company.

CytImmune Sciences Inc., based in Rockville, named Mitchell S. Marder vice president and general counsel for the biotechnology company.

Legal and insurance

Ober/Kaler said Royal W. Craig joined the Baltimore law firm as a principal.


Open Society Institute of Baltimore named Debra Rubino director of strategic communications.

Professional services

South River Consulting LLC said John W. Perrone joined the firm as an energy consultant for the Baltimore-based provider of procurement and risk management advisory services to the energy industry.

Aon Consulting named Joann Hess a senior vice president and southeast region lead health care actuary, based in the Baltimore office.

Dewberry, a design and construction business in Fairfax, Va., named Tobi Louise Kester, a landscape architect, to head the Virginia firm's land development unit operating from its Baltimore office.

Bolton Partners said Kevin Binder joined the staff of the Baltimore-based retirement benefits consulting firm.


84 Lumber said Grant Whitney joined the national building materials supplier as a manager trainee in the chain's Joppa outlet.

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