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On the Move, 10/11: Weinstein named co-office managing principal by Reznick Group

Ira Weinstein

Ira Weinstein, a principal with Reznick Group, became co-office managing principal for the accounting firm’s Baltimore office on Oct. 1. Weinstein succeeds Gary Perlow, who was named regional managing principal–East Region’s of Baltimore, Bethesda, Boston, and Tysons Corner, Va., offices. Weinstein has been with Reznick Group since 1997. He is a member of the firm’s real estate consulting practice and a principal in its national new markets tax credit practice group. Weinstein will partner with Co-Managing Principal Mary Beth Norwood in the Baltimore office and serve as a leader of the executive real estate committee. He focuses on transaction advisory and finance services for projects utilizing tax credits, and provides analysis, structuring recommendations and supports transaction negotiations for project sponsors, developers, investors, syndicators and other intermediaries. Weinstein has a master’s degree in finance from Loyola College.


Wayne Storie has been named Tubelite Inc.’s client development manager for Maryland, Northern Virginia and Washington, D.C. He provides information to glazing contractors and architects on the company’s storefront, curtainwall, entrance and daylight control systems. Storie has nearly three decades of experience as a project manager and estimator with contract glaziers in the Baltimore area. He was employed with AGC Flat Glass North America for more than a decade. Most recently, he worked as an outside sales representative for Vitro America. Storie has received Certified Construction Product Representative Certification through the Baltimore chapter of the Construction Specifications Institute. He also has earned an Occupational Safety and Health Administration Certificate, and a degree in construction technology from Community College of Baltimore County-Catonsville.

Health Care

Mercy Medical Center, of Baltimore, recently received the Magnet designation from the American Nurses Credentialing Center for excellence in nursing. The recognition honors higher patient satisfaction, 30-day mortality and rescue rates, high job satisfaction among nurses, and a low number of intentions to leave nursing positions.


Junior Achievement of the Eastern Shore, based in Easton, recently received a $5,000 contribution from Bank of America and Merrill Lynch to support the organization’s Financial Literacy programs. The money will be used to buy materials for the programs.


Jamie Crawford has been promoted from manager to managing partner of the Salisbury store of ABC Supply Co. The company is a major wholesale distributor of roofing, siding, windows and other exterior building products. Crawford joined the company in 2000 and was named manager of the Salisbury branch in 2002. He will continue to oversee the Salisbury branch while joining ABC Supply’s national branch advisory board.


Beth A. Woodring has been named chief underwriting officer of The Barbour Group, of Westminster. Woodring will primarily be responsible for producing profitable contract and commercial surety bond business. She previously held senior leadership roles with the State of Maryland’s Department of Business and Economic Development, and has been a commercial lender with Mellon Bank, a commercial credit officer for Equitable Bank, and manager of loan reviews at Bank of Maryland. Woodring has an MBA from Johns Hopkins University and this year was inducted into the Maryland SBDC Million Dollar Club.