May 25, 1992
New positionsMoffet, Larson & Johnson Inc., a Falls Church, Va.-based engineering firm, named A. Richard Burke executive vice president and chief operating officer.KCI Technologies Inc., an engineering company in Baltimore, appointed Michael Potter and William Delancey senior project managers.Images, an Annapolis-based publisher of note cards, calendars and posters, named Gyle Stocks photographer.The Scotsman Group Inc., a Baltimore-based manufacturer and distributor of mobile offices and modular buildings, appointed Stuart A. Kunicki executive vice president of Williams Scotsman, the mobile office division.
December 22, 1997
Names in the newsNorth Arundel Health System has named Francis A. Pommett Jr. its new senior vice president. Pommett was president and chief executive of Mount Washington Pediatric Hospital in Baltimore, which merged with North Arundel Health System this year.Pub Date: 12/22/97
June 18, 2005
An article in Thursday's editions of The Sun said that Kweisi Mfume was forced to resign as president and chief executive officer of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. Sources within the NAACP leadership have described his departure that way. Mfume and an NAACP spokesman have said that Mfume left the organization voluntarily.
May 7, 1996
Mary E. Junck, publisher and chief executive of The Baltimore Sun Co., was named a corporate vice president of Times Mirror Co. yesterday, along with five other executives of the Los Angeles-based media company.She will continue her duties at The Sun while contributing companywide."We are very pleased to name these outstanding executives Times Mirror vice presidents," said Mark H. Willes, chairman, president and chief executive officer of Times Mirror. "These appointments recognize the contributions and impact these individuals had and will increasingly have on the progress of our company."
May 18, 1992
New positions:Wolk Press Inc., a printing company in Woodlawn, named Jay K. Goldscher president and chief executive officer and Robert A. Linton executive vice president and Robert A. Linton executive vice president. Wolk Press also elected Daniel Katz chairman of the board and LeRoy E. Wolk chairman of the board emeritus. Mr. Katz is the former president and chief executive officer of the printing company, and Mr. Wolk is the former chairman of the board for Wolk Press Inc.Arnold Packer was named senior fellow at Johns Hopkins University Institute for Policy Studies in Baltimore.
November 13, 1991
The top two officers of the KMS Group, a wholly owned real estate subsidiary of the Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. and one of the largest developers in the Baltimore area, have resigned to devote full time to their interests in minor-league baseball.Wilbur E. "Pete" Simmons, the chairman of KMS, and Peter Kirk, president and chief executive officer, resigned Oct. 31. KMS' new president and chief operating officer is Richard O'Connell, who has been executive vice president of KMS.KMS also is seeking buyers for its three retail projects: Valley Centre in Owings Mills, Cranberry Square Mall in Westminster and First State Plaza in Wilmington, Del.Mr.