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New positions

Black & Decker names three vice presidents

Black & Decker Corp. has appointed Michael A. Weatherred, an MBA graduate of Loyola College, as vice president and general manager of consumer power tools. He will be responsible for power tool marketing, engineering and retail outlet operations.

Chris De Bleser, most recently director of Black & Decker Australia, was appointed vice president and general manager of the company's outdoor power tool products.

The Towson-based international power tool and home appliance manufacturer also selected Edward J. Scanlon senior vice president for U.S. power tool sales.

With the company since 1982, he is a graduate of the University of Minnesota, Duluth, and resides in Bel Air.

McCormick selects Perich to be vice president

McCormick & Co. appointed Cecile K. Perich vice president human relations in its flavors division and named Barbara Kimball as human relations manager for the distribution center scheduled to open in Harford County in March.

Ms. Perich, an Oklahoma native, received her master's degree in business from Johns Hopkins University and lives in Cockeysville. She was appointed director-compensation and benefits for the corporation in 1991.

A North Carolina native, Ms. Kimball attends the College of Notre Dame of Maryland and resides in Street, Harford County.

Advertising

Gray Kirk, VanSant hires three new executives

Gray Kirk, VanSant announced the appointments of Jeff Caplin as junior art director, Michele Koppel as account coordination manager, and Nancy Salabes as an assistant media planner.

Mr. Caplin, a University of Maryland Baltimore County graduate, was formerly a graphic designer with W. B. Doner & Co.

Ms. Koppel, who graduated from the University of Maryland College Park, also comes from Doner, where she was an assistant account executive.

A Towson State graduate, Ms. Salabes previously was an assistant account executive at the Baltimore Jewish Times.

Financial services

First Maryland appoints Rector vice president

First Maryland Bancorp has appointed E. Marie Rector a vice president in the transportation and commercial leasing group. A Towson resident, Ms. Rector holds a master's degree in public administration from the University of Southern California and is certified by the USC Law Center in judicial administration. Rietschle Inc., based in Hanover, in Howard County, an- nounced the appointment of Frank Cermatori as vice president of sales.

His territory encompasses the Western Hemisphere.

Also named vice president was the company's treasurer and controller, Jorge B. Cenizal.

Mr. Cenizal has been employed by the Rietschle firm for 10 years. The company engineers and manufactures vacuum pumps and systems for architectural and engineering purposes. Hicks & Rotner Associates appointed David C. Malin vice president. A law graduate of the University of Baltimore and an attorney, he was in practice with the Annapolis firm of Dalnekoff & Mason before joining the Baltimore- Washington area's largest exclusively retail space brokerage firm. Mr. Malin earned his B.A. degree at Western Maryland College. FRP Development Corp. announced that Daniel Sullivan joined the firm as director of development. He was a vice president at BLC Development before coming to FRP.

Among his assignments will be management of the Lakeside Business Park in Harford County.

Patricia Kilroy named real estate sales associate

MacKenzie/O'Conor, Piper & Flynn, a Lu- therville-based commercial real estate services company, named Patricia A. Kilroy a sales associate in their brokerage division. Ms. Kilroy will specialize in the leasing of office and retail space.

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