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* Annmarc Inc. and Annmarc-tech, a subsidiary of an Annapolis-based provider of computer systems, named Paul J. Boyle, Keith Newins, Ruthie Gutridge and Michael Bukowski account executives.

* Whitman, Requardt and Associates, a Baltimore-based planning and engineering firm, promoted Rutger B. Colt Jr. to project designer.

* Baltimore City Community College named James B. Tschtelin president.

* Bethlehem Steel Corp. appointed Thomas W. Fisher senior manager of the Sparrows Point plant. Bruce R. Clements, who had been senior manager of Sparrows Point, was appointed to the same position at the Burns Harbor, Ind. plant.

* BioWhittaker Inc., a Walkersville-based provider of diagnostic products, named Richard Jefferson director of sales and marketing.

* University of Baltimore named Mary Kaye Di Ubaldo and Heather Campbell associate directors for development.

* World Trade Center Institute in Baltimore named James L. Hughes executive director.

* Hyatt Regency Hotel in Baltimore named Dale Garvin general manager.

* ADVO Inc., a Windsor, Conn.-based direct marketing firm, appointed Donna Stroop account representative in the Baltimore office.

* Information Resource Engineering Inc. in Baltimore named Scott Coard client support engineer.

* Princess Royale Oceanfront Hotel & Conference Center in Ocean City promoted David Lynch to food and beverage director, Brent Creeger to executive chef and Ruth Carey to Schooners A.M. Restaurant manager.

* Caterair International, a Potomac-based provider of airline meals, named Mark A. Grifo manager of quality assurance management.

* C.F.O., a Catonsville-based provider of controller and chief financial officer services to businesses, named Phyllis C. Sinex supervisor of the Accounting Services Department.

* ORS Associates Inc., a McLean, Va.-based facilities consulting firm, named Kem Shackelford Courtenay project director.

* WBAL-TV in Baltimore appointed Gary Zelasko national sales manager.

* Maryland Science Center in Baltimore named Judith Sachwald senior director of external affairs.

* Froehling & Robertson Inc., a Richmond, Va.-based provider of engineering consulting services, promoted Sarah B. Steinberg to senior geotechnical engineer and William D. Idoni project manager, Materials and Construction Engineering.

* The Collateral Group, a design and printing company in Baltimore, named Patrick Horan production manager.

* Oles Envelope Corp. in Baltimore named Dennis R. Stewart senior vice president of sales and marketing, Francis I. Ritgert senior vice president of operations and John P. Hutson controller and chief financial officer.


* Semmes, Bowen & Semmes, a Baltimore-based law firm, named Joseph W. Janssens Jr. and John J. Woloszyn partners.

* Budd, Burke & Ottenheimer, an accounting firm in Timonium, named Karen Keim to the auditing and accounting staff and Cyndi Brandt marketing coordinator.

* Kamanitz, Uhlfelder & Permison, an accounting and management firm in Baltimore, named Carolyn J. Stinson marketing coordinator.

* Shapiro and Olander, a Baltimore-based law firm, appointed Kenneth Lee Riley Jr. and Richard A. Froehlinger III associates.

* Katz, Abosch, Windesheim, Gershman & Freedman, a Baltimore-based accounting and management/consulting firm, promoted Stephen Kardon to in-charge level. * Signet Bank in Baltimore appointed Francis C. Broccolino loan risk analyst officer in the residential real estate construction department.

* Parkville Federal Savings Bank promoted Mary M. Rossi to vice president and managing officer of its insurance subsidiary corporation, PD Insurance Services Inc.

* Great Northern Insured Annuity Corp., the broker-dealer of alternative investment products for Chase Bank of Maryland, appointed Scott Schluederberg investment specialist in the Pikesville branch.

* Citizens Bank of Maryland promoted Sara DuChon to vice president, commercial lending. Promoted to assistant vice president are Susan Burke, Silver Spring branch; Lettie Jones, dealer sales; Barbara Kane, Clinton-Woodyard branch; Carol Kopp, commercial lending; and Lynn Mueller McClinton, Pikesville branch. Citizens Bank also promoted the following to assistant treasurer: Robyn Cohen, Takoma Park branch; Thomas Fischer, dealer sales; Linda Foster, Cabin John branch; Jeannine Langston, Wheaton-University; Susan Mandras, Hollinswood branch; Kim Pleasant, wire transfer; Kevin Robb, Burtonsville branch; and Philip Williams, installment loans.

* Willis Corroon Americas, risk management and insurance brokers for industrial, commercial and construction clients, named Brian C. Miller managing director of Baltimore-Washington operations and chairman of Willis Corroon Corp. of Maryland. William J. Baird Jr. was named president and chief executive officer of Willis Corroon Corp. of Maryland. * Legg Mason Realty Group Inc., a Baltimore-based real estate consulting subsidiary of Legg Mason Inc., promoted Neal A. Eaton to vice president of the Appraisal Services Division.


* W. B. Doner, an advertising agency in Baltimore, announced the following appointments: David Sackey, director of account services; Howe Burch, senior vice president; Scott Lippitt, vice president, account director; Pamela Schreiber, Michael Eichhorn and Ken Ebo, account supervisors; and Paul Ahrens, senior account executive.


* Preferred Health Network of Maryland Inc., a Baltimore-based health maintenance organization and preferred provider network, appointed L. David Taylor chief operating officer.

* Maryland General Hospital in Baltimore appointed Dr. John A. Manzari vice president of medical affairs.

* Mount Washington Pediatric Health System Inc. in Baltimore named Leslie Blackstock director of Nutrition Services.

* LaSalle Diagnostic Imaging and Greater Baltimore Medical Center named Dr. H. Alexander Munitz president of LaSalle Diagnostic Imaging and chairman of the Department of Radiology at the medical center. * Dennis Mather won the Eagles Club Award from the National Association of Health Underwriters for sales of health and disability income insurance. Mr. Mather is chief executive officer of Mather & Morgan Group Insurance Services Inc. in Lutherville.

* Catalpha Graphics Inc. in Baltimore won a gold award in the poster division in the Annual Healthcare Advertising Competition. The winning poster, "Get a Lift Out of Life" was produced for The Johns Hopkins Hospital's blood drive. The "It's Magic" poster, also produced for Johns Hopkins, won a merit award in the same competition.

* D & H Distributing Co. in Savage won the Outstanding Achievement Award from Timberlake Cabinet Co. in Winchester, Va. for sales growth of Timberlake cabinet products.

* Johnson Controls Inc., a Milwaukee, Wis.-based provider of facility management and control systems, announced that the Baltimore office won the Best Service Branch award for the Mid-Atlantic region.

* Williams & Wilkins, the Baltimore-based publisher of medical journals, health science reference books and electronic media, won an Industry Support Award from the American Association for Medical Transcription.

* Michael Harrison of Village Volvo in Bel Air won the grand prize in the 1991 Sales Managers Award for Achievement.

* Encore Productions in Baltimore produced a video for Scotsman Buildings of Baltimore that was named best of the year by the Mobile/Modular Office Association.


* Stephen H. Morgan was named co-chair of the 1992 United Way of Central Maryland Speakers and Tour Bureau. Mr. Morgan is executive director of the Baltimore Association for Retarded Citizens.

* N. Mark Freedman, a director of Katz, Abosch, Windesheim, Gershman & Freedman, an accounting and management consulting firm based in Baltimore, was elected executive vice president of the University of Baltimore's Alumni Association Board of Governors.

* Maryland Chamber of Commerce named the following to the executive board: Fred D'Alessio, president, C&P; Telephone Company of Maryland; Dr. Rhoda Dorsey, president, Goucher College; Dr. Nancy Grasmick, superintendent, Maryland State Department of Education; Donald P. Hutchinson, president, Maryland Chamber of Commerce; Donald Langenberg, chancellor, University of Maryland System; Alan Noia, president, Potomac Edison Co.; Osborne Payne, president, Broadway-Payne Inc.; Shirley Phillips, president, Phillips Seafood

Restaurants; Lawrence Shulman, president Shulman, Rodgers, Gandal, Pordy & Ecker; I. Wayne Swann, executive vice president and general manager, Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative Inc.; and Richard Talkin, Esq.

* Downtown Partnership of Baltimore named the following to the board of directors: Edward A. Crooke, president of Utilities Operations, Baltimore Gas & Electric Co.; Michael Gaines, president, CEBO; Edward Hitchcock, partner with Tydings & Rosenberg; Brenda Smith, president of DICOMM; Derrick Southard, vice president, Maryland National Bank; and Edward V. Woods, commissioner, Baltimore City Police Department.


* Logan Grant Inc., an interior design firm, was opened by Elaine H. Logan and Iris E. Grant at 3600 Clipper Mill Road in Baltimore.

* Bay Inspection Services, a home inspection company, was opened by Logan R. Jennings at 6140 Jerry's Drive in Columbia.

* Westview Mall in Baltimore announced the opening of the following stores: Yogurt and More; Opal's Hallmark and # 1 Fun, an amusement center.


* Walter Reynolds Design Associates in Upperco won a landscape design contract from Black & Decker Corp. in Towson.

* GRAFCO, a container and metal can manufacturing company in Baltimore and Atlanta, Ga., won a production contract with Reckitt & Coleman to produce spice packaging under the brand named DurkeeFrench.

* James Holechek Public Relations Inc. in Baltimore is representing SCI Catering Group Inc. and will provide public relations services for the Cameo Caterers, Schleider Catering and All Star Events divisions.

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