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June 29, 1992
New positionsPrincess Royale Hotel and Conference Center in Ocean City promoted Ray Rickett to director of convention services.RTKL Associates Inc., an architecture/engineering firm in Baltimore, promoted Paul Hanegraaf, Robert E. Fagg and Bernard C. Friel to vice presidents.Loyola College in Baltimore named Francis "Frank" McGuire dean of graduate services.Segall-Majestic Photography Inc. in Baltimore named John L. Segall chief executive officer.Marks, Thomas and Associates Inc., an architecture firm in Baltimore, named Joseph Fenton to the firm.
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By Arthur Hirsch and The Baltimore Sun | September 22, 2014
Executives seeking advice on management, decision-making, communication and other leadership skills have a new place to turn in Baltimore, as seven local business leaders have teamed up to launch a coaching and consulting firm. Based in Baltimore, Protégé Executive Coaching & Consulting LLC, has been established by executives with a range of experience, including finance and investments, communications, technology, healthcare, higher education and nonprofits. Warren Green, former President and CEO of LifeBridge Health, said in a news release that the executives at Protégé have experience as mentors, and intend to act as "an impartial sounding board that becomes a key ingredient in improving performance and job satisfaction.
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BUSINESS
December 23, 1991
New positionsMaryland Port Administration named Ray Feldmann general manager of public affairs.Baltimore Packaging, a commercial and international packaging, transportation and warehouse services company in Baltimore, appointed Jack Scruggs area sales representative.Catterton Printing in Waldorf named Arleen Lamm customer service representative.Heath Design Group Inc., an interior design firm in Baltimore, named Jo Ann Day associate.McCormick & Co. Inc., a Sparks-based producer of seasonings, flavorings and specialty foods, named Patricia E. Rogers manager-product development and quality assurance for the International Group, William J. Bosley lead systems analyst for the McCormick Flavor Group and Robert D. Heckner food technologist for the Applied Technology Group in the Technical Resource Center.
BUSINESS
By Gus G. Sentementes, The Baltimore Sun | November 6, 2011
As an Air Force intelligence officer, Sean Lane saw firsthand the communications challenges facing soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan. Civilians in the United States had better, faster access to data on their smartphones and 3G networks than soldiers did in these dusty, foreign lands, he found. So Lane decided to do something about it. He designed a portable, tactical cellular system that soldiers can use anywhere, without erecting towers and other expensive infrastructure. With only a business plan and a pitch to Pentagon officials, he sold the idea to the Defense Department and kickstarted a new company.
BUSINESS
September 30, 1991
New positionsMaryland School for the Blind, a private, non-profit, state-aided residential school in Northeast Baltimore, announced the following appointments: Dr. Richard M. DeMott, deputy superintendent; Maynard Simmons, director of the newcomer/Andrews Program; Donald Ouimet, principal of secondary/vocational education; Barbria Bacon, principal of preschool/elementary education; David L. Evans, chief financial officer; Ann M. Poskocil, chief development officer.Maryland...
BUSINESS
December 7, 1992
New positions* Aerosol Monitoring & Analysis Inc., a Hanover-based environmental consulting company, named E. Rush Barnett vice president and director of training and Joseph A. Coco vice president and technical director.* Schiller, Holinsky & Co., an accounting and business consulting company in Owings Mills, named Simpson H. Gardyn, Michael Katz, Alan Z. Weinberg and Martin I. Yospa shareholders and directors of the firm.* Pear, Fagan & Bormel, a Laurel-based accounting firm, named Anna E. R. Huyett, Mario F. Maresca and Jill M. Mooty partners.
BUSINESS
October 21, 1991
New positionsBata Show Co. Inc. in Belcamp named George W. Fletcher manager of operations.Greiner Inc., a Timonium-based engineering, architecture, planning and surveying firm, promoted Edward J. Trojan managing principal of the mid-Atlantic offices.St. Agnes Hospital in Baltimore appointed Robert E. Pezzoli president and chief executive officer.Essex Community College named Dr. Theresa B. Majewski chair of the Allied Health division.Internal Revenue Service, Baltimore District, named Allen Rawls chief, criminal investigation division.
BUSINESS
October 25, 1993
New positions* PHH FleetAmerica, a Baltimore-based vehicle management services firm, appointed Laurens "Mac" MacLure Jr. senior vice president, legal services.* Columbus Center Development Inc., a marine research, training and exhibition facility in Baltimore, named Wayne L. Wiggins facilities manager.* The League: Serving People with Physical Disabilities Inc. promoted Ken Fowlie to director of the Hobbs Fitness Center and Hecht Pool.* The Hunter Group Inc., a Baltimore-based consulting firm, named Derek Watkins technical consultant and Lorraine McCarthy and Kurt Sligh consultants.
BUSINESS
January 25, 1993
New positions* Richard M. Horsey Inc., a Woodlawn-based kitchen cabinet distributor, named Thomas C. Henderson kitchen design specialist.* WBAL Radio in Baltimore appointed Edwina B. Jenkins account executive in the sales department.* Computer Task Group Inc. named Sheila M. Courtney professional services manager, Baltimore branch.* Baltimore Goodwill Industries Inc. appointed Claudia D. French director of development.* Baltimore Center for the Performing Arts named Karen Newell press representative.
BUSINESS
March 2, 1992
New positionsSkills Bank Corp., an educational software development company in Baltimore, named Wallace L. "Buck" Bennett vice president and chief financial officer. Bank of Baltimore appointed John P. Hollerbach senior vice president/ finance, David L. Spilman senior vice president and treasurer/director of investor relations and Joel C. Sweren senior vice president/operations and information services. Abramoff, Neuberger and Linder, a Baltimore-based law firm, named Nancy Haas a member of the firm.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | November 7, 2010
Noreita M. Ludwig, a retired legal secretary, died Sunday of cancer at St. Agnes Hospital. She was 73. Noreita Marie Oates, the daughter of a Maryland Shipbuilding and Drydock Co. worker and a homemaker, was born at home in the Howard County community of Alberton-Daniels. She was a 1955 graduate of Milford Mill High School. The longtime Randallstown resident had been a school bus driver and later was a legal secretary in the 1990s for Zerwitz and Zerwitz, a Baltimore law firm, said her husband of 53 years, Albert Leroy Ludwig Sr., a retired Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. investigator.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,[sun reporter] | September 9, 2007
Editor's note: An obituary published in yesterday's editions of The Sun for Ronald Edward Nodine and Charlotte R. Nodine incorrectly stated his name. Also, an incorrect year was given for Mrs. Nodine's graduation from Parkville High School, and the name of a surviving sister was inadvertently omitted. A corrected version is published in today's obituary section. The Sun regrets the errors and omissions. Ronald Edward Nodine and Charlotte R. Nodine, who owned construction companies in Baltimore and New Orleans, were killed Sept.
BUSINESS
By Stephanie Newton and Stephanie Newton,Sun reporter | July 3, 2007
After 10 years as an independent spinoff from the iconic Alex. Brown & Sons, Brown Investment Advisory & Trust Co. announced yesterday its first acquisition, a move intended to extend its reach in the Washington area and build on its niche with wealthy clients. The Baltimore company is acquiring Beaty Haynes & Associates, of Bethesda, which manages $1.1 billion in assets. The deal - "not something we do everyday," in the words of partner William L. Paternotte - makes Brown one of the largest independent advisory firms in Washington.
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By Jacques Kelly and Jacques Kelly,sun reporter | February 21, 2007
John Jay Pecora, a civil engineer who founded a Mount Vernon-based construction company and was active in his industry's professional circles, died Sunday of complications from cancer and Alzheimer's disease at Stella Maris Hospice. The Roland Park resident was 89. Born in Baltimore and raised on Eldorado Avenue, he was a 1935 graduate of Forest Park High School. He earned a degree in civil engineering from the Johns Hopkins University and taught the subject while serving in the Army during World War II. Soon after his military service, he founded Allied Contractors - naming it for the war's allied forces.
BUSINESS
By LAURA SMITHERMAN and LAURA SMITHERMAN,SUN REPORTER | May 4, 2006
Venable LLP, the law firm that traces a 100-year history to its origins in Baltimore, announced yesterday changes in its highest ranks that elevated Karl A. Racine to managing partner, making him one of only a handful of black lawyers to lead a major firm. Racine replaces James L. Shea, who will succeed Benjamin R. Civiletti as chairman. Civiletti, a former U.S. attorney general, will remain on the firm's board and lead its charitable foundation while continuing his practice. The 470-attorney firm, which is based in Washington and has offices from New York to Virginia, specializes in corporate law, complex litigation, intellectual property and government affairs.
NEWS
April 6, 2005
HEALTH CARE University of Maryland announced the appointments of Dr. Mandeep R. Mehra as head of cardiology at the UM Medical Center and of the division of cardiology at the UM School of Medicine, and Dr. Benjamin Philosophe as head of the division of transplantation at the medical center and associate professor of surgery at the medical school. COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE Struever Bros. Eccles & Rouse Inc. named John M. Pezzulla director of property management, Suzanne Marks and Keli Connor as property managers and Laurie Weishorn as lease administrator.
BUSINESS
October 22, 1990
New positionsAyers Saint Gross, an architecture and planning firm in Baltimore, appointed Glenn Birx, Jim Wheeler and David Dymecki principals.CMX Trucking Inc., a subsidiary of CSL Intermodal, named Ross Cook vice president of operations. CSL Intermodal is a business unit of CSX Corp. of Richmond, Va.Greenhorn & O'Mara Inc., a consulting design firm based in Greenbelt, named Julianne Mueller project manager for Historic Preservation Services.McCormick & Co. Inc., a Hunt Valley-based producer of seasonings, flavorings and specialty foods, promoted Linda A. Watts Castello to accounts payable manager and benefit accountant and named Charles L. Chaney corporate materials manager.
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