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By Ross Hetrick and Ross Hetrick,Sun Staff Writer | September 23, 1994
Harry G. Pappas, a former top official of Meridian Healthcare Inc. and MBNA Corp., has been named chief financial officer of Youth Services International, an Owings Mills company that manages facilities for troubled youth."
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | September 19, 2013
Kathryn D. Brunelle, a flight attendant who was also chief financial officer of her husband's company, died Monday of a stroke at the University of Maryland Medical Center. The Ellicott City resident was 44. The daughter of a career Air Force officer and a homemaker, Kathryn Diane Murphy was born in Wichita, Kan., and raised in Turkey and Texas. She graduated in 1986 from a high school on the Lajes Air Base in the Azores. Mrs. Brunelle earned an associate's degree from Howard Community College.
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By New York Times News Service | May 11, 1993
WASHINGTON -- As part of its overhaul of the savings and loan cleanup, the Clinton administration plans to name a University of Maryland official as chief financial officer of the Resolution Trust Corp.Deputy Treasury Secretary Roger C. Altman is scheduled to announce the appointment of the official, Donna H. Cunninghame, today. He said in an interview that the choice of an accountant who is vice chancellor for finance at the university reflected his determination to revamp the agency's management and the way it disposes of roughly $100 billion in assets of bankrupt savings and loans.
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July 29, 2013
Dimensions Healthcare System has named Lisa Goodlett as chief financial officer, reporting to President and CEO Neil Moore. Her duties include leadership in planning, analysis, patient financial services and budgeting, and overseeing the strategic financial direction for the system. Goodlett has 20 years of finance and accounting experience, and holds a Master of Business Administration from the Darla Moore School of Business at University of South Carolina, and a Bachelor of Science in accounting from Clemson University.
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By Jonathan Bor and Jonathan Bor,SUN STAFF | February 17, 2002
Frederick W. Arscott, an Ellicott City financial executive with interests that ranged from flying to sports cars and photography, died Thursday in a traffic accident. He was 47. Mr. Arscott was killed when a 12-ton roll of steel fell from a flatbed truck and struck his car while he was driving to his job at G Street Fabrics in Rockville, where he was chief financial officer. He was married to Carol Arscott, co-president of an Annapolis polling firm and a longtime Republican Party activist.
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By Alisa Samuels and Alisa Samuels,SUN STAFF | February 5, 1996
After months of searching, the Columbia Association has appointed one of its longtime employees as its new chief financial officer.Rafia P. Siddiqui, 46, who joined the association in 1979 as an assistant controller, is the nonprofit homeowners association's new director of administrative services and chief financial officer. She replaces Robert R. Krawczak, chief financial officer for nine years, who died last year."Rafia Siddiqui brings impressive accounting and financial strengths to CA," said President Padraic Kennedy, who announced the appointment last week.
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By Gus G. Sentementes and Gus G. Sentementes,SUN STAFF | March 6, 2001
Allfirst Financial Inc. said yesterday that it has named an official of its Irish parent company as its executive vice president and chief financial officer. Maurice Crowley, the head of group investor relations at Allied Irish Banks PLC in Dublin, will be responsible for all financial areas of the Baltimore company, including taxes, planning and cost management. He will be a member of Allfirst Financial's executive finance committee. Crowley also will head strategic planning and provide support in devising strategy to Frank P. Bramble, Allfirst Financial's chairman and chief executive officer of Allied Irish Banks' U.S. division.
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By David Conn and David Conn,Staff Writer | May 5, 1992
Peter L. Gartman, the man charged with disposing of MNC Financial Inc.'s large portfolio of problem loans and raising needed cash, resigned last week citing a desire to pursue other business interests and spend more time with his family.Mr. Gartman, 43, who joined MNC in 1989 as an executive vice president, became treasurer and chief financial officer last year. He left Thursday as chief financial officer and vice chairman, a title he had held for 10 months.Calling his decision "the pause that refreshes," Mr. Gartman said yesterday in an interview that he merely wanted to take a different career path now that the state's largest banking company appears headed for recovery.
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By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | September 1, 1996
WASHINGTON - On any given day here in the capital of the richest nation in the world, nearly a third of the 16 water-pumping firetrucks are kept out of service to save money. Police officers dip into their own pockets to buy tires and put gasoline in squad cars. City clinics periodically stop testing for the AIDS virus because they cannot afford supplies. Local officials are dumping extra chlorine in drinking water to battle elevated levels of bacteria caused by eroding pipes.The Washington of glittering monuments, world-class museums and graceful, leafy neighborhoods continues to captivate tourists, hordes of them.
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By Ellen Gamerman and Ellen Gamerman,SUN NATIONAL STAFF | June 8, 1998
WASHINGTON -- Anthony A. Williams considers his Ivy League resume, his success as a government bean-counter, his oversized ears and his bow tie and identifies one of his biggest obstacles in his bid to become mayor of this city."
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By Hanah Cho, The Baltimore Sun | December 13, 2010
Baltimore money manager Legg Mason announced Monday the hiring of Peter "Pete" H. Nachtwey as its new chief financial officer. Nachtwey joins the company from private equity firm The Carlyle Group, where he also served as its chief financial officer. Nachtwey replaces C.J. Daley, a 22-year veteran of Legg who left in July for a senior position at a privately held asset manager on the West Coast. Nachtwey also will be a member of Legg's executive committee and will report to Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Mark R. Fetting.
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By Jamie Smith Hopkins | jamie.smith.hopkins@baltsun.com | March 26, 2010
FTI Consulting Inc., a Baltimore-based provider of forensic accounting, corporate restructuring and other business services, said its chief financial officer has resigned "to pursue other opportunities." Jorge Celaya left Thursday and was replaced by David G. Bannister, formerly the chief administrative officer, the company said in a Securities and Exchange Commission filing Friday. Celaya, who agreed to work as a consultant through May, will get a year's salary as severance plus $700,000.
BUSINESS
June 6, 2007
Advertising Vertis Communications announced the selection of Barry C. Kohn as chief financial officer for the Baltimore-based advertising and direct-marketing solutions company. Banking and finance M&T Bank appointed Robert J. Gerth, central operations Mid-Atlantic group, and Mohannad F. Jishi, commercial equipment finance and leasing, as group vice presidents. It also named Kenneth G. Thompson a senior vice president in the investment group. EagleBank, based in Bethesda, appointed Deborah Kahley as director of customer service.
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By Lianne Hart and Lianne Hart,LOS ANGELES TIMES | September 27, 2006
HOUSTON -- A federal judge sentenced one-time Enron Corp. Chief Financial Officer Andrew S. Fastow to six years in prison yesterday for his role in running the fraudulent, off-the-books dealings that brought down the company while he made millions. But the judge stopped short of meting out the maximum term, citing Fastow's contrition and his cooperation with the government. In 2004, Fastow agreed to serve as many as 10 years in exchange for testifying against the former top executives of the fallen energy company.
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By SARA NEUFELD and SARA NEUFELD,SUN REPORTER | June 6, 2006
The Baltimore school board recently named its interim chief financial officer to the post permanently, but he has not decided whether to continue in the job because of a family tragedy. John Walker had been filling in as chief financial officer since November, when Rose Piedmont left. Previously, he was an independent contractor with the schools finance office. On May 26, the same week as Walker's appointment, his 23-year-old son, Patrick John Walker, was killed in an apparent road-rage incident in Bel Air. Police say he was stabbed in the neck by another motorist who thought the younger Walker had cut him off in traffic.
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By Bill Atkinson and Bill Atkinson,SUN STAFF | July 20, 1997
He's known as the "supreme analyst."Whether it's a budget, a new hire or a family vacation, George A. Roche, the newly elected chairman and president of T. Rowe Price Associates Inc., isn't satisfied until he has painstakingly weighed the facts.Before he hiked Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa's highest mountain, several years ago with his wife, Nancy; daughter, Anne; and another family, Roche questioned friends who had made the trek. He researched the terrain and the weather, then picked the guide to lead the group onto the 19,340-foot mountain.
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By Joe Strauss and Joe Strauss,SUN STAFF | March 1, 1999
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. -- Largely overshadowed by the more publicized installation of general manager Frank Wren and his front office entourage, John Angelos has graduated to Orioles executive vice president, making him the club's third-ranking official behind his father, majority owner and chairman Peter Angelos, and chief operating officer Joe Foss.The move places John Angelos in charge of day-to-day administrative operations, a role formerly held exclusively by Foss.In turn, Foss will be freed to assume a more strategic role, handling the team's dealings with Major League Baseball, its protracted search for a new spring training site and the owner's downtown hotel project.
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