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Total Office Interiors announces selection of 5 new employees

Total Office Interiors announced the appointments of Jane Codi as director of client services and corporate development; Jennifer Haas as marketing services assistant; Pam Henley and Dan Kuc as senior project designers; and Jessamyn Bilton as a project designer for the Baltimore Stationery subsidiary.

Codi will develop a telemarketing operation and have responsibility for customer service training and coordination. Haas, a University of Dayton graduate, will be responsible for sales presentations and communications/marketing services activities.

McCormick picks Williams to direct flavor design

McCormick & Co., the international spice and flavors house headquartered in Hunt Valley, has selected Don C. Williams as director of flavor design and development. He will be responsible for all technical activity in product development and applications. He was formerly with Frito-Lay.

After receiving his doctorate in organic chemistry from the University of Kansas, the Hunt Valley resident also earned an MBA from the University of Chicago.

WQSR-FM names Ladner promotions manager

WQSR-FM named Michele Ladner as promotions manager for the Towson-based unit of American Radio Systems. A graduate of the University of Southern Mississippi, the Louisiana native held similar positions at stations in Tallahassee, Fla., before joining WQSR in 1995.

Advertising & PR

Richardson joining MMA Public Relations

MMA Public Relations & Advertising announced that Timothy M. Richardson joined the Baltimore agency as an assistant account executive. He was formerly on the staff of his alma mater, Villa Julie College.

Eisner hires Candler as account supervisor

Eisner & Associates has chosen John Paul Candler as an account supervisor. The James Madison University graduate was responsible for strategic and media planning and broadcast/print production coordination for the Virginia State Lottery. His experience also includes a stint as a marketer for Hardee's Food Systems.

Legal & Insurance

Chaney gains promotion at Blue Cross Blue Shield

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Maryland appointed G. Mark Chaney senior vice president, chief financial officer and treasurer. He has responsibility for the health insurer's financial operations, reporting directly to the chief executive officer. An M.B.A. graduate of Loyola College, the Randallstown resident was chief financial officer for CareFirst.

Pub Date: 8/25/97

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