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Osiris Therapeutics of Columbia named Hans Klingemann a director, succeeding Gregory H. Barnhill, who died. Klingemann is director of the bone marrow and stem cell transplant program at Tufts Medical Center in Boston and a professor of medicine at Tufts University Medical School.

Chrysalis Holdings of Fulton named Joseph J. Murin chairman, succeeding Paul Thompson III, who remains on the board. Chrysalis also named Murin president of its NewDay USA. Previously, Murin was president of the Government National Mortgage Association, CEO at National Real Estate Information Services, and co-founder and vice chairman of the Collingwood Group.

The Maryland Association of Realtors named David McIlvaine Sr. its 2012 Realtor of the Year. McIlvaine is an associate broker for Keller Williams Select Realtors in Ellicott City.

CCS Mid-Atlantic of Columbia named Roxann Gardner of Ellicott City an account manager. Previously, Gardner was sales director at Fairfield Inn & Suites and president of Network Referral Group. CCS also named Win Anderson a sales representative for Virginia.


Mount St. Maryís University of Emmitsburg named William E. Davies of Harrisburg, Pa., vice president for business and finance. Previously, Davies was CFO and treasurer at the Milton Hershey School and Hershey Trust, and also worked for Hershey Entertainment & Resorts.


Capital Bank of Rockville named Edward Barry CEO, succeeding Stephen Ashman, who remains chairman. Previously, Barry worked for Capital One Bank, Bank of America and Ernst & Young.

Miller, Miller & Canby of Rockville named Helen Whelan a principal in its estates and trusts practice group. Previously, Whelan practiced with Elville & Associates.

Insurance Associates of Rockville named Lexi Stock marketing manager and William Westner claims consultant. Previously, Westner was a claims adjuster at Banner Life.

Ballard Spahr named Debbie A. Klis of counsel and a member of its business and finance department and its investment management, mergers and acquisitions/private equity, securities and tax groups in its Bethesda office.

Santos, Postal & Co. of Rockville promoted Anthony G. Orsborne to partner, and Sharon B. Gubinsky and David K. Holmes to principal. Previously, Orsborne was with Armacost & Orsborne.

Greysteel of Bethesda named Gil Neuman managing director. Previously, Neuman founded the retail investment sales division of KLNB Retail.

FiberZone Networks of Bethesda named William Simmelink CEO and a director. Previously, Simmelink was president of the Americas and India for Coppergate Communications; president and general manager of Texas Instrumentsí voice over Internet protocol business unit; and vice president for business development at Telogy Networks. He also worked for AT&T and Hughes Network Systems.

The federal Corporation for Travel Promotion, dba Brand USA, named Arne M. Sorenson a director. Sorenson is president and CEO of Marriott International of Bethesda.

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Prince Georgeís Community College of Largo named Lynn Loughlin Skerpon chairwoman of its board of trustees. Skerpon is a lawyer in the real estate and banking practice group of OíMalley, Miles, Nylen & Gilmore of Calverton.


St. Ambrose Housing Aid Center of Baltimore named LaAndra Jones compliance officer and Jeanette Cole managing attorney of its foreclosure prevention department.

AVF Consulting of Towson promoted Lori Ricard to project coordinator of its ChargeLogic division and named April Roberts as office manager, succeeding Ricard. Before joining AVF in 2007, Ricard was assistant project manager for R. Christopher Goodwin and Associates. Roberts was business coordinator for the University of Maryland Alumni Association.

T. Rowe Price Group of Baltimore named Robert Higginbotham head of global institutional services in London, effective Oct. 1, succeeding Todd Ruppert, who retired in June. Previously, Higginbotham was CEO for the Europe, Middle East and Africa, and Latin America regions for Fidelity Worldwide Investment, and also worked for Schroder Investment Management.

Health Solutions of Owings Mills promoted Terry Karjalainen to director, research and outcomes.

Chesapeake Urology Associates of Owings Mills named Anup R. Shah a staff urologist in its Good Samaritan Hospital and Franklin Square Hospital offices in Baltimore. Previously, Shah was chief resident in urology at the University of Washington Medical Center.

Calvert Street Capital Partners of Baltimore named Matt McLain to its investment team. Previously, McLain was an investment banker with Harris Williams & Co. and also worked for Irving Place Capital and Deloitte Financial Advisory Services.

The Baltimore affiliate of the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship named David M. Citron chairman. Citron is partner, chief investment officer and principal of WMS Partners of Towson.

Digital Infuzion of Gaithersburg named Stephan Bour executive director, clinical informatics. Previously, Bour was chief information officer of the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute and director of its Center for Biomedical Informatics. He also worked for the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.

Remedi SeniorCare of Rosedale named Patrick Dennis general manager of its Troy, Ohio, operations. Previously, Dennis was vice president and general manager of Medco Health Solutionsí Las Vegas pharmacy.

Nevins & Associates of Hunt Valley named Laura Hager assistant account executive. Previously, Hager worked in the public relations and development department at the Maryland Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure, in the community relations department at Western Maryland Health System and for Maroon PR.

Hamilton Bank of Towson named Brian Murphy senior loan officer and Mark Freyer special projects manager for compliance and risk management operations. Previously, Murphy was a loan officer at Capitalsource Bank. Freyer was senior vice president of risk and compliance at Chesapeake Bank.

Geoffrey W. Washington, an associate with Adelberg, Rudow, Dorf & Hendler of Baltimore, was named to the judicial selection committee of the Bar Association of Baltimore City.

Murphy & Dittenhafer Architects of Baltimore promoted Lauren Merrill to associate.

The Womenís Law Center of Maryland of Towson named Barrett R. King a director. Kings is a lawyer with Elville & Associates of Columbia.

The Cal Ripken Sr. Foundation of Towson named Randy Acosta senior director of development. Previously, Acosta was executive director of the Boys & Girls Club of Harford County.

Bank of America of Charlotte, N.C., promoted David Millman of Owings Mills to president of its Maryland and Baltimore market, succeeding William Couper, who is retiring. Millman joined the bank in 1981.

Sinclair Broadcast Group of Hunt Valley named Michael Simon director of advanced technology for its television group. Previously, Simon was manager of advanced technology for Rohde & Schwarz and also worked for Harris Corp.

Craftsmen Developers of Glen Burnie named Jay M. Yacobucci of Brooklyn project manager of its redevelopment of Oliver Street, a Come Home Baltimore initiative.

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