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New positions:

Bottcher 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.

Maritrans Operating Partners, a marine petroleum transporter in Philadelphia, named Royal D. Joslin president of the Maritrans Eastern Division and Charles R. Ward president of the Maritrans Inland Division.

Basics, a Randallstown-based food store chain, named George Handley vice president, produce operations.

Georgia-Pacific, Communications Papers Division, promoted Roy Fisher to account executive in the Timonium sales office.

WHFS-FM Radio in Baltimore and Washington named Doug Abernathy local sales manager and promoted C. Peter Clough to national sales manager.

Baltimore Forest Products Terminals, a Timonium-based operator of a warehouse and distribution center for wood products, promoted Bruce M. Wrightson to general manager.

The House of Seagram, a producer and importer of distilled spirits, named Jim Morehead plant manager for the facility in Relay.

Brenton and Associates, an architecture and planning firm in Glen Burnie, named Tom Conley landscape architect.

Clark Enterprises Inc., a Bethesda-based holding company for business in real estate, communications and commercial and residential construction, named Robert J. Flanagan vice president.

UNC Inc., an Annapolis-based aviation company, appointed Keith Phillips vice president of marketing-manufacturing and R. Bruce Andrews corporate vice president of manufacturing.

McCormick & Co. Inc., a Sparks-based producer of seasonings, flavorings and specialty foods, named J. Denise Layfield plant manager of the McCormick Ingredients spice plant and promoted Shelley Schonberg to vice president of marketing for the McCormick/Schilling division.

Monumental Paving Co. Inc., a Baltimore-based site work, paving and utility contractor, named Keith M. Moore vice president of marketing and sales.

Network Publications Inc., a Baltimore-based contract publishing company, named Jeffrey S. Helm account executive.

North Penn Transfer Inc., a Lansdale, Pa.-based trucking company, promoted Gerard Varner to Baltimore terminal manager.

Amazing Savings, a retail store in Pikesville, named Debbie Gibber retail coordinator.

Harte-Hanks Direct Marketing in Baltimore appointed Charles R. Dall'Acqua senior vice president.

Maryland Department of Natural Resources named Robert L. Gould director of public communications.

Advertising and P.R.:

Earle Palmer Brown, a marketing communications agency in Bethesda, promoted Cheryl Jackson to corporate director of business development.

Bonnie Henson Communications, an Owings Mills-based public relations and advertising agency, named Linda Lampel Esterson account executive/writer.

Real Estate:

Landmark Homes in Towson promoted Kenneth B. Wilcox to southern region field sales director.

Spaulding & Slye, a real estate services company in Washington, named David Leathers general manager for the Air Rights Center, a 700,000-square-foot office and retail center in Bethesda.

Financial services:

First Advantage Mortgage Corp. in Columbia promoted Kenneth A. Tarr to vice president/controller and Richard S. Loeffler to vice president of product development.

PSA Financial Center, a financial services firm in Lutherville, promoted Caroline A. McClintic to marketing coordinator and named Kimberly A. Conley assistant coordinator for the Life, Health and Group insurance department.

The Life Insurance Company of Virginia named Roland A. Landis representative in the Baltimore agency.

Provident Bank of Maryland appointed Marcia L. Goldman assistant vice president, corporate communications manager.

Legal and professional:

Stegman & Co., a regional accounting and management consulting firm, promoted Conor Quinn to supervisor in the Towson office.

Samson & Sturn, an Annapolis-based accounting and consulting firm, appointed Timothy D. Ward audit manager.

Reznick Fedder & Silverman, a regional accounting firm, appointed Steven Kaufman audit and accounting principal, Leslie A. Mostow accounting and business consulting principal and Kenneth J. Shapiro tax principal.

Health care:

Sinai Hospital in Baltimore named Dr. Judith Vanni McLaughlin director of pediatric endocrinology.

Mercy Medical Center in Baltimore named Bryan D. Fick vice president of clinical services that includes radiology, pathology, nuclear medicine and cardiology services.

North Arundel Hospital in Glen Burnie named Dr. Loraine M. Dailey president of the medical staff and Susan Forbes speech-language pathologist.

Combined Health Agencies Inc. named Paul E. Dietz statewide field representative and regional manager for southern Maryland.


David Sasser of George W. Sasser & Sons Inc. in Owings Mills won the 1991 Craftsmanship Award for Custom Ceramic Tile Work in a competition sponsored by the Remodelers Council of the Home Builders Association of Maryland.

Larry Corey is on the judging panel for the ADDY Awards Competition sponsored by the Lansing, Mich., Advertising Club. Mr. Corey is associate creative director of Eisner & Associates Advertising in Baltimore.

Marc D. Donohue won a Kirkpatrick Chemical Engineering Achievement Award from Chemical Engineering magazine for his work developing a process that reduces pollution from industrial paint spraying. Mr. Donohue is professor and chairman of the Chemical Engineering Department in the Johns Hopkins University School of Engineering.

In Brief:

McShane & Co., a Baltimore-based provider of financial and management turnaround consulting services, recently expanded and changed its name to McShane Group.

Hayley & Aldrich, a Cambridge, Mass.-based geosciences company, acquired Oosterbaan Associates, a geotechnical and environmental consulting firm in Bethesda. David A. Schoenwolf is managing the Bethesda office.

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