Moving Up

People on the Move

October 18, 2006


Pinnacle Communications announced that Dwayne Grimes joined the Baltimore agency as its multimedia developer.

idfive appointed Claire Rusko-Bergerto as senior project manager for the Web-based communications agency.

Carton Donofrio Partners named Brian Decker media director for the Baltimore-based full-service agency.

Banking and finance

SunTrust, Maryland appointed Syed K. Ahmed an assistant vice president in the business banking unit of its Reisterstown branch.

The Columbia Bank promoted Dottie Paxton to vice president and branch manager at its River Hill banking office.

FOR THE RECORD - Claire Rusko-Berger's name was misspelled in the Moving Up column of yesterday's Business section.
The Sun regrets the error.

Sandy Spring Bancorp named Michael A. Bateman a senior vice president. He is responsible for corporate development.


The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, based in Laurel, appointed Lisa Blodgett, undersea warfare business area, and Timothy J. Collins, precision engagement business area, as managing executives.


Maryland Institute College of Art appointed Denelle Bowser environmental, health and safety manager for the school.

Health care

Health Facilities Association of Maryland named Kelley Ray vice president of government relations for the Columbia-based long-term care industry information and education group.

In the region

Adams-Nelson & Associates Inc. appointed Robert Spigner an associate broker for the Winchester, Va., property management company.

Legal and insurance

Hogan & Hartson LLP said Scott R. Haiber joined the international law firm's litigation practice at its Baltimore office.

Professional services

Webb/Mason appointed Gerald H. Reynolds vice president of human resources for the Baltimore-based national print management company.

iJET Intelligent Risk Systems named Thomas Dietz vice president of software and data services for the Annapolis-based company.

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