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Nevins & Associates announced that Herb Fried has left retirement and joined the Hunt Valley-based marketing and public relations firm as a managing director. He retired as chairman and chief executive officer of W.B. Doner & Co. in 1998.

Warschawski named Andrea DiRuscio to the staff as an associate.

Euro RSCG Baltimore appointed Abe Novick as director of new business development for the Baltimore-based branding, advertising and marketing agency.


Slavie Federal Savings Bank appointed Lauren Rebbel as vice president of its new Slavie Financial Services division.


The Maryland Athletic Club & Wellness Center appointed John Terpak as general manager and Steve Ehasz as fitness director for the Timonium-based physical fitness and exercise firm's new Harbor East facility in Baltimore.


Ober/Kaler said A. Thomas Pedroni Jr. has joined the Baltimore-based national law firm as a principal in the health law group. He is a member of the American and Maryland units of the Society for Health Risk Management and the American Health Lawyers Association.

Shapiro Sher Guinot & Sandler named Wendy S. Tien to the Baltimore firm as a partner in the bankruptcy and financial restructuring practice.


The St. Agnes Foundation selected JoAnne deBettencourt to be director of major gifts. She will manage the portfolio of major donations for the foundation's five-year $25 million campaign.


Hilb, Rogal and Hobbs appointed Pennie G. Hinds as a senior vice president and senior consultant at the international insurance broker's Baltimore office.

Morris & Ritchie Associates Inc. named C. Fred Scheckells as an associate for the Abingdon-headquartered land planning, engineering and architectural firm.

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