William C. Stuart IV Has been elected a vice president of Stuart & Maury, Inc., which is headed by his father, William C. Stuart III. He has been with the real estate firm since 1973.
Charlotte H. Kodrich has been elected corporate secretary of National Permanent Federal Savings and Loan Association. A native of Petersburg, Va., Kodrich was in banking there before coming to Washington in 1963 to be secretary to National Permanent's president, John W. Stadtler.
Kenneth Keen has been named manager of the Bethesda office of Long & Foster, Inc., Realtors. A graduate of The Citadel, Keen has been in real estate since 1970.
Beale Cummings, winner of sales and listing awards with Colquitt-Carruthers, Inc., has been named manager of the firm's new branch office at 3700 Decatur Ave., Kensington. It is scheduled to open Aug. 1.
Oscar (Ox) Henshaw has been named sales manager of the Mount Vernon Realty office at 8301 Richmond Hwy. He is a graduate of George Washington University.
Lawrence G. Lynn, a Washington native who has worked with Weaver Bros. and the Brawner Co. during his 12 years in real estate here, has opened his on real estate management firm.
John R. Fernstrom Jr. has been named marketing manager of Cadillac Fairview's Washington Business Park, a 200-acre business and warehouse center in Lanham. Fernstrom had been with the Maryland Industrial Development Commission for four years.
Carole A. Glynn has been named an associate broker of AMF Real Estate, Inc. in Howard County, Md. A broker since 1975, Glynn has been active in the Howard County Board of Realtors.
Dotti Vallone has been named manager of the new Oxon Hill office of Mike Casey Realty. A graduate of the Realtors Institute of Maryland, she heads the new office in the Fort Washington Shopping Center.
Richard A. Fortney has joined the Braedon Companies as a property manager. A native of Arlington, he holds a degree in accounting and a Certified Property Manager rating from the Institute of Real Estate Management.
Richard L. Klass, president of the Magna Group, Inc., which is building houses in Maryland and Virginia, has been chosen "one of the outstanding young men of America for 1977" by the U.S. Junior Chamber of Commerce. Klass said he is not a member of the Jaycees but his wife is.
Gerald R. Conway, who was senior vice president of the George A. Fuller Co., here from 1972 to 1976, has been promoted to president of the major construction firm with headquarters in New York City. Conway was in charge of the firm's work on the National Cathedral during his duty in Washington.