The list of former government officials who are finding homes in private industry continues to grow.
Daniel T. Kingsley, former associate administrator for operations at the Small Business Administration, has been named executive vice president and general manager of the new Washington office of Deaver & Hannaford, Inc., a public relations firm based in Los Angeles.
Former general counsel of the Department of the Army Charles D. Ablard has joined the Washington office of the Philadelphia law firm of Obermayer, Rebmann, Maxwell and Hippel.
Former Undersecretary of the Treasurry for Monetary Affairs Edwin H. Yeo III rejoins the banking world at First National Bank of Chicago, where he will be executive vice president and chairman of the asset and liability management committee.
The Restaurant Association of Metropolitan Washington elected John E. Faraclas president of the 1,000-member association. Faraclas is owner and operator of Adam's Rib Restaurant. Marie Carmody of the Cameron Post cafeteria was elected first vice president and William W. Raushchelbach of the Golden Ox Restaurant was named second vice president.
The Washington Area Convention and Visitors Association has named Lawrence F. Wiesinger vice president,. Wiesinger if former director of sales for Playboy Hotels.
The Aerospace Industries Association has appointed Marshall J. Garrett vice president for international programs. He has worked the international side of the association's business since 1956.
Bru-El Graphic, In., president G. William Teare Jr. has been elected president of Printing Industry of Washington, D.C, Inc., an area printing trade association.
American Security Copr. executive vice president and real estate officer John R. Neale has announed his intention to retire after serving the bank since 1930.
Metropolitan Federal Savings and Loan Association of Bethesda has elected Robert J. McCarthy Jr. vice president. He will continue to serve as the association's controller in addition to his duties as treasurer of the association's Service Copr.
First Federal Savings and Loan Association of Washington has named Kay M. McAleer vice president. McAleer has been with First Federal since 1962 and has most recently served as advertising direcyor.
McLachlen National Bank has elected Helen A. Herlihy vice president and secretary. Herlihy has been with the bank since 1944 and is McLachlen's third woman vice president.
Reynolds Securities, Inc., has named Bennett R. Marshall vice president for sales. Marshall wil continue to operate out of the company's Chevy Chase office.
Leonard L. SIlverstein of Silverstein and Mullens has been elected a director of American Security Corp.
Neotec, Inc., in Silver Spring has named Thomas Murphy to the board of directors . Murphy is a partner in the venture capital fund, Partnership Dankist, and a columnist on venture capital matters for Forbes magazine.
Central National Bank and Central National Corp. in Richmond has elected William G. Reynolds Jr. to the board. Reynolds is treasurer of Reynolds metal Co.