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July 05, 2006

Banking and finance

1st Mariner Mortgage announced the appointment of Ned Perry as senior vice

president and director of retail production.

Bradford Bank appointed Beverly Banks vice president of deposit services, with responsibility for the management of retail and commercial deposit operations. The Rodgers Forge-based bank also named Loren Daniel as an assistant vice president and director of training and Marybeth Stacharowski as manager of the Ellicott City branch.

The Columbia Bank has chosen Barbara Copeland as vice president, commercial banking for the Howard County financial institution.


Proxy Aviation Systems Inc. announced the selection of Chris Hamilton as executive vice president and chief financial officer for the Germantown-headquartered manufacturer of unmanned and pilot-optional aircraft systems for the military and Department of Homeland Security.

Health care

HealthExtras Inc., the Rockville-based pharmacy management company, appointed Richard W. Hunt as chief financial officer and Michael P. Donovan as executive vice president for corporate development.

On the board

Baltimore Reads Inc. announced the election of Robert L. Waldman as president and chairman of the board for the community-based nonprofit organization.

Professional services

GWWO Inc. added Brian D. Eschman, Jessica R. Marshall and Sharon L. Nicholson to the architectural staff of the Baltimore firm.

Aon Consulting appointed Thomas Stauffer assistant vice president of its Baltimore retirement practice and Alex LeBlanc as market leader for the firm's Baltimore and Bethesda offices.

Gaines McHale, the Baltimore-based antiques, replicas and private-label goods auction and sales house, announced that Gillian T. Mattimore joined the company as a designer/sales associate.


PCA International LLC announced that Dondrea Peoples, manager of a Baltimore Wal-Mart PCA studio, has been selected as a PCA Partner.

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