ASSOCIATIONS

Constance Swank was named director of research for the American Association of Retired Persons.

William W. Berry was elected chairman of the Richmond-based Virginia Manufacturers Association.

The Association of International Automobile Manufacturers elected Jack E. Reilly chairman.

James R. Daniel was elected chairman of the Arlington-based Consumer Bankers Association.

Andrew R. Paul was appointed senior vice president for government and international affairs at the Alexandria-based Satellite Broadcasting and Communications Association.

The Community Antenna Television Association of Fairfax elected James DeSorrento chairman.

BANKS, FINANCIAL SERVICES

The First National Bank of Maryland promoted Paul Corbin to senior vice president in the asset management division.

COMMUNICATIONS

The Washington Post promoted Tom Might to vice president-advertising director, Nick Cannistraro to vice president-advertising and marketing, Candace Medd to director of circulation sales development and marketing and Mike Clurman to vice president-production.

Jim Rulmyr was named senior vice president of new business development at the Discovery Channel of Landover.

COMPUTER, HIGH TECHNOLOGY

Daimler-Benz Washington Inc. appointed Albert D. Bourland vice president for government relations.

Hadron Inc. of Fairfax appointed Michael E. Walker vice president and general manager of its new Aerospace Sciences Division.

Computer Sciences Corp. of Falls Church named Peter E. Janke vice president for program development.

Centel Corp. of Chicago elected Patricia E. Simmons vice president for federal and legislative affairs in its Washington office.

Spot Image Corp. of Reston appointed Theodore Nanz president.

David B. Patteson was named president of Perstorp Analytical Inc. of Herndon, a branch of the instrumentation supply conglomerate Perstorp AB of Sweden.

David L. Morrison was named technical director of energy, resources and environmental systems in its Civil Systems Division in McLean.

Anadac Inc. of Arlington named Charles H. Piersall Jr. chief operating officer.

CONSTRUCTION

Omni Construction Inc. of Bethesda promoted Richard Rizzo and Mark Taube vice president.

George V. Blair was named company controller of Foulger-Pratt Construction Inc. of Rockville.

EDUCATION

Trinity College of Washington appointed Anne Conroy Bader vice president for development and Karen J. Smith dean of students.

HOTEL, FOOD SERVICES

Bob Y. Sun was named vice president for development at Caterair International of Potomac.

Calvin F. Seville was elected president of the Northern Virginia chapter of the Virginia Restaurant Association. Roger Smith was elected vice president, Bruce Sandground was elected secretary and Jim Farley was elected treasurer.

INDUSTRIAL, MANUFACTURING Serif Press Inc. of Washington named Zenon Carranza vice president of manufacturing and Linda S. Colemen vice president of production.

Jean-Pierre Cloiseau was appointed senior vice president and chief financial officer at Lafarge Corp. of Reston.

NONPROFIT Marilyn Sue Marton was named director of the Smithsonian Institution's office of human resources.

The Brookings Institution of Washington promoted Sandra Z. Riegler to foundation relations director.

Rick Cohen was named vice president at The Enterprise Foundation of Columbia.

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES Marketing General Inc. of Alexandria promoted Richard P. Whelan to vice president.

Gregory P. Akins was promoted to assistant vice president for asset management at CRI Inc. of Rockville.

Rebecca A. Myers was appointed vice president of Total Benefit Services Inc. in Fairfax.

Washington International Energy Group appointed John A. Howes senior vice president.

Harland W. Warner was nominated secretary for the Public Relations Society of America. The slate for 1991 officers also includes Joe S. Epley, president; Rosalee A. Roberts, president-elect; and Joseph A. Vecchione, treasurer.

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