Moving Up

MOVING UP

November 28, 2007

Advertising

Euro RSCG named Steve DeSantis as head of its Baltimore office.

The Becker Group appointed Linda Scarlett, regional accounts, and Greg Melroy, corporate relationships, as vice presidents of the Baltimore-based marketing agency.

Education

Maryland School for the Blind appointed Terry L. Leckrone as the major gifts and planned giving officer for the Baltimore-based special-education center.

Legal and insurance

Ober/Kaler admitted Cynthia Blake Sanders, intellectual property group; Ian Friedman, civil litigation practice; Carolyn W. Nazelrod, and Adam D. Kaplan, estates and trusts practice; and Anwar L. Young, business and tax group; to the Baltimore-based national law firm.

The law offices of Arnold M. Weiner said Frank D. Boston III and Martin F. Cadogan have joined the firm as principals. Norman L. Smith and Jeffrey E. Nusinov were appointed as of counsel and John W. Trotz was named to the firm's legal staff.

Manufacturing

Taylor Technologies said Christopher D. Golden joined the maker of water testing supplies, with headquarters in Sparks, as sales manager for industrial water treatments.

Professional services

Forman Inc. appointed Wayne A. Littlefield as chief executive officer, Giles F. Burns as executive vice president and chief operating officer, John G. Fitzpatrick as vice president of procurement and Robert J. Malone as vice president of sales for the predistributor of food service disposables.

Ruppert Nurseries named Mike Lubitz controller of the Laytonsville-based commercial landscaping firm.

Ayers/Saint/Gross, Baltimore-based architects and planners, appointed Sam Ulan as chief financial officer and Anne Pashby as human resources director.

Cameo Caterers and the Black-Eyed Susan Paddlewheel Dinner Boat Group announced that Larry Schwartz joined the firm as vice president of off-site catering and development.

Technology

Integral Systems Inc. appointed Arnold G. Hunter as director of corporate security for the Lanham-based provider of satellite ground systems.

Global Science & Technology Inc., based in Greenbelt, said John C. Chenhansky joined the company as vice president of business development.

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