February 10, 1992
New positionsBottcher America Corp., a manufacturer of printing rollers in Belcamp, appointed Stefan Ostler technical development manager.Cambridge Wire Cloth Company named James E. Wilcox vice president of finance and secretary.Community College of Baltimore appointed Dr. Frank Samuels vice president for Academic Affairs and Dr. Janice E. Richardson vice president for Planning and Development.Kelly-Springfield Tire Co. in Springfield announced the following appointments: Ronald J. Thrasher, region manager-central region; Wyatt L. Gordon Jr., region manager-southern region; C. Can Doolan, senior account executive, Lee/Star Division and Jim Costello, northern region manager based in Philadelphia.
April 22, 2000
Baseball Expos: Recalled IF Andy Tracy from Triple-A Ottawa. Optioned P Jeremy Powell to Ottawa. Phillies: Claimed OF-1B Brian Hunter off waivers from Braves. Designated IF Tomas Perez for assignment. Colleges Morgan: Announced the signing of 6-1 G Shaun McKie (Philadelphia, Simon Gratz) for men's basketball. Stonehill: Named Kevin O'Brien men's basketball coach. Wyoming: Granted a two-year contract extension to men's basketball coach Steve McClain. Football Giants: Signed the following rookie free agents: OT John Kuzora, LB Levin Lewis andDT Faiva Talaea.
September 14, 2008
Advertising * Weber Shandwick appointed Vanessa Wickham-Baker vice president of media services for the public relations firm. Banking and finance * Provident Bank announced the selection of John Murphy as a senior vice president in the regional bank's branch and business banking division. The Baltimore-based bank also named Gail Kyc as a vice president in the consumer banking division and is assigned to the Eastpoint Mall office.
January 24, 2003
Linda Goldenberg, a motion picture marketing and publicity executive and former Baltimore resident, died of cancer Monday at the Motion Picture and Television Hospital in Woodland Hills, Calif. She was 57. Mrs. Goldenberg, a Los Angeles resident, had been president of marketing for the Premiere Marketing and Distribution Group there since 2001. Born Linda Schwartz in Philadelphia and raised in Baltimore, she was a 1959 graduate of Forest Park High School. She began her career as a secretary for Jack Fruchtman Sr., owner of JF Theaters, one of the largest movie chains in Maryland.
January 19, 1993
Bethlehem Steel Corp. split its two main steelmakin operations into separate business units yesterday and named Duane R. Dunham, the company's marketing vice president, to be president of the Sparrows Point Steel Mill in Baltimore County.The operations will be known as the Bethlehem Sparrows Point Division and the Bethlehem Burns Harbor Division. Burns Harbor is in Indiana, 40 miles southeast of Chicago. Each unit will be responsible for its own marketing, operation and financial performance, the company said.
October 16, 1997
How does Comcast Field at Camden Yards sound?Philadelphia-based Comcast Corp. has expressed an interest in purchasing the rights to put its name on the football stadium being built downtown for the Ravens.Preliminary talks about such a deal were held Monday. Ravens managing partner Art Modell and his son, Ravens vice president David Modell, met in Philadelphia with Comcast chairman Ralph Roberts and president Brian Roberts.Comcast spokesman David Nevin confirmed that the meeting took place, but said: "Any speculation as to what the name will be is very premature.