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K Bank announced that Roger Lee joined the Owings Mills-based bank as senior vice president of commercial lending. He formerly was a vice president and loan officer with Mercantile Safe-Deposit & Trust Co.

Mid-Atlantic Business Finance Co. appointed William B. Freeman Jr. as vice president of operations. He is responsible for underwriting loans for presentation to the company's board and the U.S. Small Business Administration.

Education

Goucher College appointed Marc M. Roy as the Towson liberal arts college's provost and chief academic officer.

Hospitality-tourism

Tremont Hotels named David Friedberg vice president of sales and marketing for the firm's three Baltimore properties.

The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore, in Druid Hill Park, appointed Thomas M. Berger as its chief financial officer.

Manufacturing

McCormick & Co. Inc. promoted Pamela Gibbs Colbert to director of quality assurance for its United States Industrial Group. She is responsible for development and implementation of key quality assurance programs.

Nonprofits

Cal Ripken Sr. Foundation named Steve Salem executive director, Chuck Brady deputy executive director and Amy Kearney director of development for the youth-focused organization based in Harford County.

On the board

FTI Consulting Inc. appointed Brenda Bacon to the board as an independent director.

Services

NetStar-1 Inc. has chosen John W. Wayne III as executive vice president of operations for the Rockville-based information technology solutions provider.

SunEdison, the Baltimore-based provider of solar energy services, appointed Mark Denner as vice president of delivery.

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