Monday, January 14, 2002
Promotions & new on the job
Brian J. Prince has been named vice president, construction division for Neyer Properties Inc. Mr. Prince was senior project manager in charge of managing design/build construction projects. He earned a bachelor's degree in construction management from the University of Cincinnati.
Mike Shayeson, president of the Harper Co., has been appointed to the labor executive committee of the Ohio Contractors Association.
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Kate Kenny has joined Comey & Shepherd Realtors as an associate specializing in residential sales, Mariemont office, and Wes Lower, associate in the Wyoming office.
Marcie Booker has joined Sylvan Learning Center as director of education. Ms. Booker worked on the management team at the West Chester Meijer store. She graduated from Miami University.
Brenda Asbury has been appointed customer service supervisor at I Supply Co.; Timothy Bon, sales representative; Ronald Ciccarelli, transportation manager; John Dietrich, sales representative; and Todd Sidle, programmer/PC administrator.
Dave Butt has been named regional food service manager for Indiana at J.T.M. Food Group; Sammy Salupo and Keith Wiesman, food service specialists; and Flinnoy Hopton, food service/deli sales executive.
Michael Prisby has joined Executive Management of PerfectServe Inc. as vice president of operations.
Edward D. Diller, chairman of the business and finance department at Taft, Stettinius & Hollister LLP, has been appointed vice chair of the Mennonite Education Agency, one of four program boards of the Mennonite Church USA.
Terry L. Theye, principal in the consulting firm of Differnet Inc., has been appointed to the board of directors at Mycom Group Inc., an e-solutions and software development company in Cincinnati.
Richard Pulskamp has been appointed director of institutional research at Xavier University.
Thomas J. Kohorst, Mark P. Shields, Norman S. Slick Jr., and Bruce J. Tumlin have been named project executives at Messer Construction Co.; Kristin M. Branchy, accounting manager; and Michael E. Curry, yard manager.
Rachael Elder-Wiley has joined NAI Eagle, a division of Eagle Realty Group that provides brokerage and commercial property management services, as commercial property manager. Ms. Elder-Wiley was with Jones Lang LaSalle Americas Inc., where she was vice president and general manager. She graduated from Ohio State University with a bachelor's degree in consumer affairs.
Bonnie Brown has joined The Literacy Council of Clermont and Brown Counties as office manager and Yvonne Walker as executive director.
Tim Blankenhorn has joined Huntington Bank as senior business banking specialist. Mr. Blankenhorn will be responsible for development opportunities and cash management for small business. He graduated from Indiana University with a bachelor's degree in accounting.
Christine Sall has joined Cornerstone Broker Insurance Services Agency as quoter/proposal representative, commissions assistant and med one sales assistant; Adrianne Shannon, broker service representative; and Judy Young, quoting/proposal representative.
Simon Gluckman has joined the E-mail Consulting team of Easymail Interactive Inc. as account executive.
Named assistant vice presidents at Fifth Third Bank: Sean Kelly, Christopher Luke and Leigh-Anne Patton. Named assistant cashiers: Mary Karwisch, Harold (Gene) Taylor and Leslie K. Baynes.
The following have been appointed new members to the board of trustees at the Health Improvement Collaborative of Greater Cincinnati: A. David Jimenez, Dr. G. Stephen Cleves, J. James Pearce, Dr. Inayat Malik and Dr. Nora Zorich.
Mary Beth Blake, J. Timothy Sears and Curtis L. Wenzler have been named tax principals in the Cincinnati office of Andersen, and Beth E. Weidner has been named manager in the audit practice.
Beth Fitzwater has been named center director of the Jazzercise Fitness Center in Fairfield.
Carrie Throm has been named director of development and external relations at the University of Cincinnati Conservatory of Music; Karen Tully, associate director of development and external relations; and Sandi Holdheide, public relations officer.
Theresa L. Heitz has joined Taft, Stettinius & Hollister LLP as an associate in the litigation department. Ms. Heitz received her undergraduate degree in political science and philosophy from Boston College and her law degree from St. Louis University School of Law. She worked as an associate in the litigation department of a law firm in St. Louis. She is admitted to practice in the states of Missouri, Illinois and Ohio.
Robert L. Belcher and William P. Elliott have become partners of the Decosimo CPA firm.
Damian Bratcher has been appointed senior applications engineer at Marathon Sensors Inc. Mr. Bratcher specialized for more than eight years in providing technical support to the power and petrochemical manufacturing industries. He graduated from the University of Cincinnati and Purdue University.
Awards & honors
Fisher Design has received three 2001 Print Excellence Awards from the Printing Industries Association Inc.
Betty Moscove, a community activist, was presented with the Jane Carothers Award at the Hyde Park Center for Older Adults. Ms. Moscove served on the Center's board for nearly 15 years. She continues to serve on committees and tends the gardens that surround the Center. The Community Partner Award was presented to the Hyde Park Neighborhood Council.
Kent Wellington, partner with Graydon Head & Ritchey LLP, received the 2001 Community Service Award from Ohio State University. In 2000, Mr. Wellington received the Ohio State Bar Foundation Community Service Award for Lawyers 40 and Under.
Niehaus Advertising Specialties at 2075 Dixie Highway, Fort Mitchell, celebrates their 20th anniversary of providing ad specialty products.
Mental Health Services East has changed its name to the Center for Children and Families.
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