New positionsKennedy Architects and Interiors, a Baltimore-based...


New positions

Kennedy Architects and Interiors, a Baltimore-based architectural and interior design firm, appointed Teri Lura interior designer.

George Hyman Construction Co. in Bethesda promoted Mark H. Wagner to vice president.

Century Engineering Inc., a Towson-based consulting engineering company, promoted Thomas L. Watchinsky to vice president, facilities division.

Century M&E;, the mechanical-electrical division, named Roger H. Kerley president and Peter F. Jardieu vice president.

U.S. Message, a Baltimore-based telephone answering and message service, appointed Scott Bryant vice president and general manager.

Clark Enterprises Inc., a Bethesda-based holding company that is the parent company of the Clark Construction Group, named Kathy Sperling Taub vice president.

Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society in Baltimore named Suzanne Offit director.

Hart Industries in Owings Mills appointed Raymond C. Wittelsberger II sales representative.

Retinitis Pigmentosa Foundation Fighting Blindness, a Baltimore-based eye research foundation, named Michele J. Herwig public awareness associate.

Seton Keogh High School, a high school for girls in the Catholic Archdiocese of Baltimore, appointed Julie DeSantis Rodowsky director of public relations.

MET Electrical Testing Co. Inc. in Baltimore named Walter Moore sales engineer.

BG Composition, a Baltimore-based publishing services division of The Barton-Gillet Co., appointed George R. Severine account representative.

Greenhorne & O'Mara Inc., a consulting design firm in Greenbelt, named D. Michael Givens head of the surveys department.

Fillmore Group, a Baltimore-based information systems consulting company, appointed Frank M. Collacchi associate.

Greiner Inc., an engineering and architectural firm in Timonium, promoted the following to vice president: James M. Cloud, chief of architecture and manager of the Institutional Division; C. Michael Dougherty, division manager of surface transportation; S. Murray Miller, chief geo-technical engineer and company technology leader; and Renaldo Ng, structural projects manager and deputy division manager.

Martin Marietta Aero & Naval Systems in Baltimore named Michael B. Hughes vice president of business development.

Sheraton Towson Conference Hotel appointed Jan Ozga executive chef.

Robert W. Wood Co., a Columbia-based facilities planning and management co., promoted Martha Malkowski to project manager.

Riemer Muegge & Associates Inc., an Ellicott City-based land planning, engineering and consulting company, appointed William R. Anderson, director of survey, and Jaykant Parekh, director of engineering, vice presidents.

Darda Inc., a Baltimore-based maker of toy race cars, Heros toys and Hinkle Easter products, named David L. Joffe director of sales.

Hamburgers Clothiers, part of the HKH&F; Group that operates a chain of 39 clothing stores, named Michael G. Murphy assistant manager of the downtown Baltimore store.

Politics Inc., a Washington-based political consulting firm, named Tim Raftis president.

Aerospace Industries Association, a Washington-based trade association, named Howard G. Aylesworth Jr. director of manufacturing and customer support.

Financial services

Patapsco Federal Savings and Loan Association named James D. Lucas Jr. president, Michele J. Kelly vice president and Debra A. Brockschmidt controller.

Arbor National Mortgage Inc. in Rockville named Thomas L. Edmunds regional vice president for Maryland and Virginia.

Signet Investment Banking Co., an affiliate of Signet Bank, named Chris M. Royston managing director and Andrew E. Scherer vice president in the Baltimore office.

Signet Bank promoted Marie P. Fiester, trust and financial services, and Keith S. Hahn, equipment finance and leasing, to vice presidents. Stanley H. Jacobs, equipment finance and leasing, and Nathan G. Leventhal, loan administration, were promoted to assistant vice presidents.

Principal Financial Group named Marge Troy associate.

Sovran Bank named Grace B. Doyle real estate relationship manager at the Light Street Office.

Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, Baltimore Branch, named Ronald B. Duncan senior vice president and Margaret M. Murphy assistant vice president.

Riggs National Bank of Washington promoted Mitchell L. Strauss to executive vice president.

Health care

Maryland General Health Care Centers named Dr. Janice Rutkowski a staff physician at the Timonium walk-in health center at 35 E. Padonia Road.

Ferranti Healthcare Systems in Hunt Valley named Charles Kean vice president of national sales.

Lutheran Health Care Corp. in Baltimore named Raymond A. Hepner Jr. administrator for Brighton Manor Nursing and Geriatric Center and Gina M. Campanella-Cooper interim administrator for Community Care Nursing and Geriatric Center.

Montgomery General Hospital in Olney named Larry N. Goodwin program manager of the Addiction Treatment Center.

Advertising and P.R.

Adams Sandler Inc., a marketing and communications company in Baltimore and Rockville, named Mary A. Klecka media director.

John H. Snyder Associates Inc., a Crofton-based advertising and public relations agency, named Christina Jackson and Ann Peets account executives, Michael Colucciello account coordinator and Rob Cathcart senior account executive.

Maleson Advertising Inc., an Owings Mills-based advertising, marketing and public relations agency, promoted Sharon F. Nevins to vice president for account services.

Ruder Finn Inc., a public relations agency in Washington, named Marcille G. Williams senior vice president.

On the board

Legg Mason Inc. elected Roger W. Schipke to the board of directors. Mr. Schipke is chairman and chief executive officer of The Ryland Group Inc. in Columbia.

The Riggs National Bank of Washington named Alan G. Spoon to the board of directors. Mr. Spoon is president of Newsweek magazine and the Washington Post Co.

Bureau of National Affairs named Michael F. Brockmeyer an advisory board member of the Antitrust & Trade Regulation Report. Mr. Brockmeyer is a partner with Piper & Marbury, a Baltimore-based law firm.

Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond appointed Daniel P. Henson III to the board of directors of the Baltimore branch. Mr. Henson is senior development director of Struever Brothers Eccles & Rouse Inc.

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