ASSOCIATIONS The American Newspaper Publishers Association promoted George R. Cashau and James E. Donahue to senior vice president and Maurice Fliess to vice president and Presstime editor. The National Commission Against Drunk Driving named Terrance D. Schiavone executive director.

The Health Industry Manufacturers Associations appointed Maureen H. Smith vice president of government affairs.

John H. Mitchell was elected president of the Virginia Government Finance Officers Association.

The Washington-based American Academy of Actuaries named Mavis A. Walters president.

Mark O. Decker was appointed president of the Washington-based National Association of Real Estate Investment Trusts.


Federal City National Bank of Washington appointed John T. Rohrback president and chief executive.

The Washington-based Student Loan Marketing Association promoted Mark Overend to vice president of corporate accounting.

Michael L. Thompson was appointed president of the Sailors & Merchants Bank and Trust of Vienna.

First American Bankshares Inc. of Washington named Leonard B. Blank vice president and manager of asset and liability management and William W. Pascoe vice president and corporate risk manager.


Chantilly-based Media General Cable of of Fairfax County promoted David DeJesus to senior vice president for business operations and chief financial officer and Donald Mathison to senior vice president of programming and marketing.

Arlington-based USA Today named Jeffrey A. Webber vice president of circulation for its eastern region.


Montgomery General Hospital of Olney hired John F. Hogarty as chief financial officer.

Tissue Banks International of Baltimore promoted Kenneth D. Sterner to senior vice president.


Barbara Sadar was promoted to senior vice president and chief financial officer at the Hiatt Rudolph Management Group of Alexandria.


David W. Stevens was named president and chief executive of Standard Supplies Inc. of Gaithersburg, and John R. Bernadi was named controller of the company.

Crown Petroleum Corp. of Baltimore named Delores Billett Rawlings secretary.

John Oberst was appointed vice president of Springfield-based Glass Blocks of Virginia.


Environmental Elements Corp. of Baltimore named Thomas B. McCord senior vice president and chief financial officer.

M. Rupert Cutler resigned as chief executive of Defenders of Wildlife of Washington to direct the opening of the Lewis and Clark Environmental Education Center at Explore Park, Va.

Frederick M. Price was named chairman of Fairfax Opportunities Unlimited Inc., an accredited rehabilitation facility.

The Washington-based Hitachi Foundation promoted Felicia B. Lynch to senior vice president.

The Washington Area Community Investment Fund appointed Ingrid Avots Silverman executive director.

The Competitive Enterprise Institute of Washington hired Kent Jeffries as director of environmental studies and Richard Miniter as an environmental policy analyst.

Mark A. Franz was named director of research at the International Freedom Foundation.


Bill Tronolone was named executive vice president of Centre Sales, a division of Centre Group Limited Partnership of Landover

Burton-Marsteller of Washington hired Thomas Humber as senior vice president.

Potomac Research Inc. of Alexandria appointed Harry S. Katrivanos as chief financial officer.

Marypat Kyer was hired as vice president and director of business development at Rebman Design International of Washington.


Duane R. Wolter was named vice president for finance at Hect's in Arlington.


Fran L. Salizzoni was named executive vice president for finance by USAir Group Inc., the parent company for Arlington-based USAir.


Washington-based SYCOM Enterprises appointed Geoffrey A. Corbett chief financial officer.

Marvin S. Fertel was appointed vice president of technical programs at the Washington-based U.S. Council for Energy Awareness.