Lawrence A. Fineran has been named director of regulation and competition for the National Association of Manufacturers.

Printing Industries of America Inc. appointed Janet B. Bray vice president of member programs.

Harland W. Warner has been named chairman of the public policy committee for the Public Relations Society of America.

Roger A. Brooks, former director of the policy planning staff of the State Department's Bureau of International Organization Affairs, has been named director of the Heritage Foundation's Asian Studies Center.

Justin H. Kenney has been named manager of revenue accounting and finance for the Air Transport Association and assistant secretary/treasurer of Airlines Clearing House Inc.

The American Butter Institute and the National Cheese Institute named Floyd D. Gaibler executive director of both organizations.

The Reston Board of Commerce elected Cathy Cleveland president for 1988.

Michael A. Bignell has been appointed to the National Design Committee at the American Institute of Architects in Washington.

The Washington chapter of the International Association for Energy Economics appointed Foster Mellen president; Anne Roland vice president; John Jimison secretary; and Philip Budzik treasurer.


Ameribanc Savings Bank of Annandale named Neil C. Copeland first vice president; Helen Eltzeroth first vice president for the residential lending department; Michael Barnes vice president in charge of loan production for the residential lending department; Barbara Egmore vice president; Glenn M. Kodani vice president in charge of data processing; Sharon Stark vice president in charge of deposit services; Charles R. Bowmaster vice president of consumer lending in the retail banking division; Linda C. Miller vice president of construction lending servicing; Edward Duncan assistant vice president/security officer; and Patty S. Crook assistant vice president.

ASB Capital Management Inc., the investment subsidiary of American Security Bank based in Washington, appointed Robert M. Phillips senior vice president; Paul R. Lowman director of real estate investments; and John Skram vice president of real estate investments.

Sterling Bank & Trust Co. of Baltimore named Allen B. Myrowitz assistant vice president.

OBA Federal Savings and Loan Association of Washington named Joseph C. Duke and Douglas R. Lawrence vice presidents.


WDJY-FM Radio of Washington appointed Bernie Lucas promotions director.

Interface Video Systems Inc., based in Washington, named Patricia Brincefield Lorenz account executive for corporate and agency accounts.

Continental Telephone of Virginia, a subsidiary of Contel Corp., named Douglas Bradley manager of telephone services for the northern district, and Joe McCartney superintendent of telephone services in Warsaw.

Harry A. Vox III has been promoted to assistant controller, budget and operational analysis for The Washington Post.


Lori Rausch has been named technical recruiter for the Baltimore/Washington branch of Keane Inc., a software development company.

Kendrick & Co., a computer systems and information services firm, appointed Herman W. Miles vice president of its information systems division.

Penril DataComm of Gaithersburg appointed Steven Quibell service director.

Martin Marietta Corp. appointed Kenneth Jarmolow corporate vice president for technology planning and Clyde C. Hopkins as president of Martin Marietta Energy Systems Inc.


James B. Richards Jr. has been appointed to the Virginia State Board of Architects, Professional Engineers, Land Surveyors and Certified Landscape Architects.


John G. Eresian has been named executive vice president for operations for the Medlantic Healthcare Group, a Washington-based network of hospitals and health programs.


Laurie Donovan has been appointed director of sales for the Taj International Hotels Group of Rockville.


Eastmet Corp. of Baltimore named Michael E. Heisley chairman.


Johnson & Higgins, an insurance broker and risk management firm based in New York, named Dan Knise chairman and James M. Mumma national surety coordinator of the National Construction Group in Washington.

Prudential Insurance Co.'s Bethesda office appointed Robert R. Weigert pension specialist for the Washington area.


The National Forum for Black Public Administrators of Washington appointed Quentin R. Lawson executive director and Melanie J. Lockwood program development director.

Peter Burkhard, creative director for DDB Needham Washington, has been elected to the board of the Red Cross' District of Columbia Chapter.


Resource Consultants Inc. of Vienna has reorganized its executive staff into two operating divisions: the defense systems division and the engineering and logistics division. Under the the new administration, Ronald Newlan is president and chief executive officer; George Troendle is executive vice president and chief operating officer; John Scotch is senior vice president and general manager of the defense systems division; H. William Warren is senior vice president and general manager of the engineering and logistics division; Thomas Hale, Thomas Burt, Douglas Halo, and Robert Arberg are vice presidents and operations center managers; and Michael O'Kane, Charlie Hall and Benjamin Skinner are operation center managers. At the administration level, David C. Ryan III and Marianne Sharp are vice presidents. William Gowanlock has been appointed president of RCI Design Inc., a subsidiary of RCI International Inc., the parent company of Resources Consultants Inc. Darian George is chairman of Resource Consultants Inc. and president of RCI International Inc.


George Hyman Construction Co. named Wilson M. Shook senior vice president; Roger J. Merriman vice president in charge of purchasing; Richard J. Lampman director of business development; John L. Conroy director of human resources; and Herbert W. Brownett controller.

AGORA Development Corp., a commercial real estate firm based in Alexandria, named William Kuhnmuench vice president/director of leasing and Kirsten Cain manager of the Alexandria office.

Send information about appointments, promotions and other personnel moves to Pamela Babcock, researcher, Business News Department, The Washington Post, 1150 15th St. NW, Washington, D.C. 20071. All material must be submitted in writing by the Monday preceding publication.