Riggs Bank Promotes 10 Senior Manager
Riggs National Bank, Washington's largest bank, last week announced promotions of 10 of its senior managers.
Five senior vice presidents were promoted to executive vice presidents, bringing the number to six. Each will retain his current management responsibilities.
The new executive vice presidents are:
Henry A. Dudley, 38, who heads Riggs' Private Banking Group.
Colbert I. King, 46, who directs the International Banking Division's Middle East and Africa groups.
Robert D. Lockard, 47, who heads the Retail Banking Group with responsibility for bank administration, consumer credit, bankcard and retail automation.
Robert E. Pickeral, 51, who runs the bank's Commercial Real Estate Division.
Von C. Williams, 46, who heads the Asia-Pacific groups of the International Banking Division.
Riggs also promoted five vice presidents to senior vice presidents, filling the gaps made by the other promotions.
The new senior vice presidents are:
Edward P. Alton, 41, manager of one of the Retail Banking Group's districts.
Mary Ryan Joyce, 32, who is responsible for the South American portfolio in the International Banking Division.
Paul F. Kurgan, 37, secretary of the board of Riggs National Corp. and Riggs National Bank.
James L. Trimble, 48, an officer in the Comercial Real Estate Division.
Timothy M. Williams, 37, head of the Personal Trust Operations Department.
Joe L. Allbritton, chairman and chief executive officer, said that the promotions recognize contributions made by these officials and "enhance our strong management team." NONPROFIT
Directors of the Eugene and Agnes E. Meyer Foundation have elected Julie L. Rogers executive director of the foundation, a nonprofit organization that makes grants for charitable, scientific and eductional purposes in the Washington area. Rogers, currently staff director of the D.C. Council's Committee on Human Services, will assume the post in March. She succeeds James O. Gibson, who recently was named to a position with the Rockefeller Foundation in New York. COMMUNICATIONS
Montelle G. (Monte) Newman, a 20-year veteran of the National Broadcasting Co., next week will become executive vice president and chief operating officer of the Earle Palmer Brown Cos., one of the area's largest advertising and marketing companies. Newman was recently general manager of the NBC-owned station in Chicago and, earlier, station manager of WRC-TV in Washington. In the newly created post, he will oversee general management and business development for EPB's Bethesda headquarters. "At NBC I managed and integrated a variety of communications and business disciplines, from public relations and advertising to news, sales and finance. I believe this experience will transfer well into the agency environment," Newman said.
James S. Doyle, the Times Journal Co. editor credited with the creation of Defense Times, the latest addition to the firm's arsenal of publications covering the Pentagon, has been appointed executive editor of the Army Times division of the Springfield-based company. Doyle, a former chief political correspondent for Newsweek, will manage the editorial departments of Army Times, Navy Times, Air Force Times, Federal Times, Defense News and Military Market Magazine.
Virginia Commerce and Resources Secretary Richard M. Bagley has resigned from the board of directors of Cadmus Communications Corp., officials of the Richmond-based firm said, to prevent any potential conflict of interest.
Ray Bragg, executive director of the American Independent Refiners Association since 1978, has formed a government affairs consulting firm, Ray Bragg & Associates, to specialize in tax, international trade and federal energy policy. Bragg will continue to represent the AIRA through his new practice.
Walter Nicklin, founder, editor and publisher of Mid-Atlantic Country magazine, has formed Nicklin Publishing, which will focus on new publishing ventures in the region.
J. Thomas Malatesta & Co. Inc., an international marketing and public relations firm, has announced a series of appointments. Philip J. Starr, formerly an attorney with the Internal Revenue Service, has become executive vice president, with responsibility for international business development. Roger D. Allan, who previously headed his own public relations firm, has become senior vice president. Signe O'Brien has been promoted to account executive. And Jeanne Campbell has been appointed research director.
Adam A. Dobrin, an account executive with Hill and Knowlton, has left the firm to form Adam A. Dobrin Associates, an international public relations firm with offices in London and Washington.
Whitmore Printing Co. in Annapolis has announced changes in its management. George C. Shenk Sr. has become chairman of the board and chief executive officer. He will be succeeded by his son, George C. Shenk Jr., as president. Stephen E. Shenk has been named senior vice president. William J. Creighton Jr. has been promoted to vice president of sales and marketing, and Lloyd W. Moyer has been named vice president for manufacturing. MANUFACTURING
Amoco Corp.'s Washington representative, Rady A. Johnson, will move to Chicago April 1 to become vice president for public and government affairs, succeeding Joe P. Hammond, who is retiring. Richard L. Fischer, currently manager of government affairs, will replace Johnson as vice president for that department.
O'Sullivan Corp., a manufacturer of plastic and rubber products in Winchester, has elected John J. Armstrong to its board of directors. Armstrong is a former president of O'Sullivan Corp.
Airflow Co., a manufacturer of environmental control equipment in Frederick, has appointed as its president Herbert V. Cork, formerly with American Air Filter. PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
David P. Habib, president of WZMH Group Inc., a Canadian firm that has become a major force in U.S. architecture, has been named a managing principal of Dewberry & Davis, one of the largest architectural and engineering firms in the area. Habib, whose design imprint has been left on such national projects as Exchange Place in Boston and First City Center in Dallas, will head the architectural division of the 1,000-person Fairfax firm.
Former American Mining Congress vice president and senior counsel John D. Austin Jr. has been named of counsel in the Washington office of Arter & Hadden, a Cleveland-based law firm.
Retired Air Force brigadier general W. Leon Goodson has been appointed vice president for systems research at Systems and Technology Research Inc. in Reston.
United States Service Industries, a building service contractor and major Washington area employer, has promoted Michael David Epstein to chairman of the board. James W. Matthews, executive vice president, has succeeded Epstein as president and chief executive officer. And, Joel Felrice, treasurer, has taken on the added responsibilities of vice president of adminstrative services.
First Washington Associates, an international consulting firm, has named Anthony R. Perram a director and partner of the Arlington firm. He was formerly with the World Bank as financial advisor to the industry department.
American Medical Laboratories Inc. in Fairfax has promoted Leslie A. Weatherly to vice president for personnel. Weatherly is the past president of the Northern Virginia chapter of the American Society for Personnel Administration.
Leo A. Daly Architecture, an international architecture and engineering firm, announced the promotion of five new associates: Linda Clark, who coordinates projects for the Labor Department's Job Corps Centers; Richard T. Gerrity, also involved with the Job Corps projects; Al O'Konski, director of computer services; Robert J. Osborne, a project manager, and Robert B. Sullan, principal-in-charge of a wide range of building projects in the area.
Lammers & Gershon Associates Inc. in Reston has formed Image Development Services, naming James D. Bubb to direct the new health-care industry advertising and promotional firm.
Philip H. Agee, formerly director of airport planning and development for the Air Transport Association, has been appointed director of airport project development for the Alexandria engineering firm of HNTB. COMPUTERS
InterCAD Corp., a designer of electronic technical illustration software, has announced new management. Thomas O. Mills, formerly vice president, will take over as president and chief executive officer of the Vienna subsidiary of ERC International Inc. He succeeds Charles O. Heller, who will become senior vice president of the Computer Systems Group, one of ERC's four divisions. John C. Gebhardt will become executive vice president of engineering and research. Other newly elected officers include: Albert Pines, vice president of marketing; Stanley Kosierowski, vice president of sales, and Donna Mason, treasurer.
Computer Decision Support Inc. in Alexandria has appointed Claire Fisher, formerly of CompuScan, as vice president for marketing. Also, Courtney Williams has been promoted to executive vice president from vice president.