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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | February 15, 1997
FBI officials released photographs yesterday of the man they believe robbed the First National Bank branch in the 400 block of Old Mill Road in Millersville on Thursday and the Crestar bank branch in the 100 block of Main St. in Annapolis on Feb. 3.Police believe the man also attempted to rob a Carrollton bank branch in the 8200 block of Veterans Highway on Thursday but was scared away by sirens from police cars going to another call.Moments later, First National, which is less than a half-mile away, was robbed.
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November 1, 1999
Banking and financeCrestar Bank names Black senior vice presidentCrestar Bank named Charles F. Black senior vice president/team leader for its Maryland region pri- Black vate banking group. He will oversee the unit's operation and new business development.The 20-year employee had been a market manager in the bank's retail business banking division.A Towson resident, he is a graduate of Washington College and the National School of Banking at Fairfield University. Black is active with the Towson YMCA, the Independent College Fund of Maryland and the Towsontowne Rotary Club.
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BUSINESS
June 24, 1996
New PositionsBrodsky joins WCSI as chief operating officerWashington Cable Supply Inc., based in Lanham, said Norris L. Brodsky has been named chief operating officer. An MBA graduate of George Washington University with experience in finance, administration, telecommunications and distribution, he was formerly with the McShane Group.Wallace named dean of culinary collegeBaltimore International Culinary College has promoted Scott Wallace to dean of students. He will coordinate student discipline and activities at the school's Baltimore and European campuses.
BUSINESS
August 16, 1999
New positionsRouse appoints Glenn, Lundquist vice presidentsThe Rouse Co. appointed Melanie M. Lundquist vice president and controller, and Gordon H. Glenn vice president and general counsel for the Columbia-based property management and development firm.Lundquist, with Rouse since 1991, formerly was a senior manager with KPMG. A graduate of Towson University, the Woodbine resident is a certified public accountant and active in several professional organizations.Glenn, a law graduate of George Washington University, joined Rouse in 1979 as a senior attorney.
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By Richard Irwin and Richard Irwin,SUN STAFF | March 14, 1997
A suspect who was being sought in four bank robberies was arrested yesterday about 20 minutes after a Catonsville bank was robbed, the FBI said.Agent Larry Faust, spokesman for the Baltimore FBI Office, said agents and Baltimore County and state police were staking out the Crestar Bank in the 700 block of Frederick Road about 2: 30 p.m. when they saw a man enter the bank, which had been robbed twice this year.The man fit the description of a suspect being sought in the two earlier robberies there and two robberies of a bank in Baltimore City, Faust said.
BUSINESS
November 1, 1999
Banking and financeCrestar Bank names Black senior vice presidentCrestar Bank named Charles F. Black senior vice president/team leader for its Maryland region pri- Black vate banking group. He will oversee the unit's operation and new business development.The 20-year employee had been a market manager in the bank's retail business banking division.A Towson resident, he is a graduate of Washington College and the National School of Banking at Fairfield University. Black is active with the Towson YMCA, the Independent College Fund of Maryland and the Towsontowne Rotary Club.
BUSINESS
March 31, 1997
New positionsAlliedSignal unit names Turner head of Navy programsAlliedSignal Technical Services Corp., a unit of AlliedSignal, announced the appointment of the former director of telecommunications for Computer Sciences Corp., Elijah Turner, as its director of Navy programs. A graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy, he served aboard guided missile cruisers and was a seamanship and navigation instructor at the academy. He is a member of the Naval Reserve and also holds an MBA from Averett College.
BUSINESS
August 16, 1999
New positionsRouse appoints Glenn, Lundquist vice presidentsThe Rouse Co. appointed Melanie M. Lundquist vice president and controller, and Gordon H. Glenn vice president and general counsel for the Columbia-based property management and development firm.Lundquist, with Rouse since 1991, formerly was a senior manager with KPMG. A graduate of Towson University, the Woodbine resident is a certified public accountant and active in several professional organizations.Glenn, a law graduate of George Washington University, joined Rouse in 1979 as a senior attorney.
NEWS
By Consella A. Lee and Consella A. Lee,Sun Staff Writer | June 16, 1994
After 14 years of occupying the old Dairy Queen building in the 1700 block of West Street in Annapolis, Severn Savings Bank, is moving up the road to a new building, more than doubling its branch size.The bank's Annapolis branch at 1726 West Street will close permanently after banking hours tomorrow. The bank will be closed Saturday to complete its move by Monday to 1917 West St.The move will allow Severn's Annapolis branch to offer customers drive-through window service for the first time.
NEWS
By Michael Dresser and Michael Dresser,SUN STAFF | September 18, 1997
spokesman said is "wearing us out" with 12 bank robberies in Maryland and three other mid-Atlantic states since early last month.Agent Larry Faust, a spokesman for the FBI's Baltimore office, said the unidentified man has robbed all of the banks using the same method: a fake bomb on the teller's counter.The most recent robbery took place Saturday in Lima, Pa., he said."I don't think I've ever seen one man rob this many banks this quickly in four states," said Faust. "He's a one-man wrecking crew when it comes to banks."
NEWS
By Michael Dresser and Michael Dresser,SUN STAFF | September 18, 1997
spokesman said is "wearing us out" with 12 bank robberies in Maryland and three other mid-Atlantic states since early last month.Agent Larry Faust, a spokesman for the FBI's Baltimore office, said the unidentified man has robbed all of the banks using the same method: a fake bomb on the teller's counter.The most recent robbery took place Saturday in Lima, Pa., he said."I don't think I've ever seen one man rob this many banks this quickly in four states," said Faust. "He's a one-man wrecking crew when it comes to banks."
BUSINESS
March 31, 1997
New positionsAlliedSignal unit names Turner head of Navy programsAlliedSignal Technical Services Corp., a unit of AlliedSignal, announced the appointment of the former director of telecommunications for Computer Sciences Corp., Elijah Turner, as its director of Navy programs. A graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy, he served aboard guided missile cruisers and was a seamanship and navigation instructor at the academy. He is a member of the Naval Reserve and also holds an MBA from Averett College.
NEWS
By Richard Irwin and Richard Irwin,SUN STAFF | March 14, 1997
A suspect who was being sought in four bank robberies was arrested yesterday about 20 minutes after a Catonsville bank was robbed, the FBI said.Agent Larry Faust, spokesman for the Baltimore FBI Office, said agents and Baltimore County and state police were staking out the Crestar Bank in the 700 block of Frederick Road about 2: 30 p.m. when they saw a man enter the bank, which had been robbed twice this year.The man fit the description of a suspect being sought in the two earlier robberies there and two robberies of a bank in Baltimore City, Faust said.
NEWS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | February 15, 1997
FBI officials released photographs yesterday of the man they believe robbed the First National Bank branch in the 400 block of Old Mill Road in Millersville on Thursday and the Crestar bank branch in the 100 block of Main St. in Annapolis on Feb. 3.Police believe the man also attempted to rob a Carrollton bank branch in the 8200 block of Veterans Highway on Thursday but was scared away by sirens from police cars going to another call.Moments later, First National, which is less than a half-mile away, was robbed.
NEWS
By Fred Rasmussen and Fred Rasmussen,SUN STAFF Sun staff writer Bill Atkinson contributed to this article | October 12, 1996
William C. Harris, chairman of Crestar Bank's greater Washington and Maryland banking region, died Tuesday while recuperating from recent surgery at his home in Alexandria, Va. He was 58.In 1995, Mr. Harris, who had been with Crestar for 33 years, was appointed to head the bank's new Maryland region. He oversaw 2,500 employees, 175 branches and assets of about $8 billion.His latest charge was to build Crestar's presence in Baltimore after the bank acquired Baltimore's Loyola Capital Corp.
BUSINESS
June 24, 1996
New PositionsBrodsky joins WCSI as chief operating officerWashington Cable Supply Inc., based in Lanham, said Norris L. Brodsky has been named chief operating officer. An MBA graduate of George Washington University with experience in finance, administration, telecommunications and distribution, he was formerly with the McShane Group.Wallace named dean of culinary collegeBaltimore International Culinary College has promoted Scott Wallace to dean of students. He will coordinate student discipline and activities at the school's Baltimore and European campuses.
BUSINESS
By Ross Hetrick and Ross Hetrick,Sun Staff Writer | September 17, 1994
The 17 banks and thrifts that bought branches, deposits and assets of Second National Federal Savings Bank paid $104.2 million to the federal government, the Resolution Trust Corp. said yesterday.The RTC, the federal agency charged with disposing of the nation's failed thrifts, had been managing the 34 branches of Second National, which the government seized two years ago.The buyers purchased $516.2 million in insured deposits, and all but one of the branches.The buyers paid $73.4 million for some of the failed thrift's assets, such as cash, investment securities and certain loans.
BUSINESS
By JULIUS WESTHEIMER | November 17, 1994
Although 30-year government bond prices dropped about half a point yesterday, the Dow Jones industrial average climbed 18.84 points to close at 3,845.20. Investors appeared cheered by the mild October inflation figures, showing that last month's Consumer Price Index edged up only 0.1 percent.POST-ELECTION PATTER: "Nowhere do hearts leap higher at the sight of newly elected Republicans than on Wall Street." (Newsweek, Nov. 21, in a story, "The Morning After.") . . . The latest Kiplinger Washington Letter says tax relief will now be voted, including a $300-$500 child tax credit; also sharper tax cuts for middle-income people, a lower capital-gains tax, expansion of IRAs, etc. The letter adds that cuts must be offset by decreased spending or higher taxes elsewhere . . . "You're looking at a currency market that likes decisive measures, like the Republican victory in the elections."
BUSINESS
By JULIUS WESTHEIMER | November 17, 1994
Although 30-year government bond prices dropped about half a point yesterday, the Dow Jones industrial average climbed 18.84 points to close at 3,845.20. Investors appeared cheered by the mild October inflation figures, showing that last month's Consumer Price Index edged up only 0.1 percent.POST-ELECTION PATTER: "Nowhere do hearts leap higher at the sight of newly elected Republicans than on Wall Street." (Newsweek, Nov. 21, in a story, "The Morning After.") . . . The latest Kiplinger Washington Letter says tax relief will now be voted, including a $300-$500 child tax credit; also sharper tax cuts for middle-income people, a lower capital-gains tax, expansion of IRAs, etc. The letter adds that cuts must be offset by decreased spending or higher taxes elsewhere . . . "You're looking at a currency market that likes decisive measures, like the Republican victory in the elections."
BUSINESS
By Ross Hetrick and Ross Hetrick,Sun Staff Writer | September 17, 1994
The 17 banks and thrifts that bought branches, deposits and assets of Second National Federal Savings Bank paid $104.2 million to the federal government, the Resolution Trust Corp. said yesterday.The RTC, the federal agency charged with disposing of the nation's failed thrifts, had been managing the 34 branches of Second National, which the government seized two years ago.The buyers purchased $516.2 million in insured deposits, and all but one of the branches.The buyers paid $73.4 million for some of the failed thrift's assets, such as cash, investment securities and certain loans.
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