Waesche to become COPT's CEO at end of March

Columbia-based Corporate Office Properties Trust, an office developer that specializes in government and defense tenants, said Thursday that President Roger A. Waesche Jr. would become chief executive officer at the end of the month. The transition plan was previously announced.

Waesche, who will replace Randall M. Griffin, who is retiring, is a former chief financial officer and chief operating officer with the company. He has been president since September 2010.

COPT, which develops, manages and leases suburban office complexes, has a portfolio of 238 properties.

Lorraine.mirabella@baltsun.com

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