People On The Move


July 26, 2006

Moving up

Banking and finance

Bradford Bank announced the appointments of Gayle Stark as senior vice president, director of corporate communications, and Patti Kokonas as vice president of compliance for the Baltimore County-based community bank. Provident Bank named Steve Wientge as a vice president within its division for small businesses. He will operate from the Baltimore-headquartered regional bank's Columbia office.

Health care

Eldercare announced the appointments of Jacob Furgatch as chief administrative officer and Scott Ptacek as executive vice president of sales and marketing for the Baltimore-based health plans provider.

Coventry Health Care Inc. named Mike Burke vice president and national sales manager, Medicare distribution for the Bethesda headquartered managed health care company.


Renaissance Harborplace Hotel has chosen Hayley D. Grimes as director of sales and marketing for the popular Inner Harbor business and tourist hotel.

Legal and insurance

McGuireWoods LLP said Robert T. Johnson joined the firm as an associate. He will practice in the commercial litigation department of the regional law firm's Baltimore office.


Open Society Institute-Baltimore named Elena Cox director of development.

On the board

The Maryland Science Center said Alexander T. Mason of Mercantile Bankshares Corp. was elected chairman of the board of trustees.

Chesapeake Habitat for Humanity has appointed Owen Rouse, a partner at Manekin LLC, as president of the board of directors.

Professional services

KCI Technologies appointed Nathan J. Beil as president of the Hunt Valley-based regional engineering firm.

Stoy, Malone & Co. PC named Mary M. Keirn supervisor for the Baltimore accounting and financial advisory firm.

Real estate

Keller Williams Realty named Ann Marie Bolen, Judith E. Isom, Sybil Shipley and Alisa Young to the staff of the Bel Air-based real estate sales company.

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