Moving Up



August 23, 2006

People on the Move


Planit announced the appointments of Joe Fino as interactive director, Mark Failla to vice president of business development and Dennis Cashen as media director for the Baltimore-based marketing communications agency. Barb Clapp Advertising named Ashley Reeder to the Lutherville agency's staff as a junior account executive.

DPR Group Inc., based in Germantown, said Christine Randle joined the agency as an account executive.


The Columbia Bank named John R. Wood II group vice president, commercial banking, at the Howard County-based bank.

Butler Capital Corp. appointed Donald A. Blody as vice president for the Hunt Valley-based direct business lender.

Health care

Correct Rx Pharmacy Services Inc. named Hui W. Seo director for medication therapy management and Sheldon Pelovitz as general manager of operations for the Linthicum-based institutional pharmacy company.

MedImmune Inc. named Edward T. Mathers executive vice president, corporate development and venture, for the Gaithersburg company.


The Baltimore Area Convention and Visitors Association named Maria Webb and Devon Whitaker-Passley to its sales staff.

In the region

Cernium Corp. of Reston, Va., appointed Robert Latchford as chief financial officer for the advanced video analytics provider.


WBAL-TV 11 announced that Jonathan Killian was named creative services director for the local NBC network affiliate.

Comcast Cable appointed Brady Hood as vice president of technical operations in its Maryland/Delaware region.

Real estate

The Kornblatt Co. appointed Alyson L. King as conference center coordinator and building manager for its St. Paul Plaza property.

Heritage Properties Inc., with headquarters in Towson, announced the appointment of Peter A. Waldron as director of development.

Conaway Commercial Real Estate LLC announced that R. Dennis German joined the Timonium firm as an associate broker.

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