Monday, November 25, 2002

Making It: Promotions and new on the job

Kris Codina has been named new center director of the Crestview Hills Sylvan Learning Center. Ms. Codina transferred to the Crestview Hills Center from the Western Hills Center where she was center director for the past five years. . She graduated from Bowling Green State University with a bachelor's degree in education.

Ellen Fox has joined Dr. Kurtis Martin's plastic surgery practice. Ms. Fox has 13 years of plastic surgery experience including advising, counseling and educating patients in the surgical and office setting.

Don Harves has been named general manager of Bunzl/Cincinnati.

David G. Kern has joined the law firm of Kohnen & Patton LLP as an associate in the practice of litigation defense.

Carolyn A. Taggart, partner in the law firm of Rendigs, Fry, Kiely & Dennis LLP has been appointed vice president of the Ohio Association of Civil Trial Attorneys.

Teresa Eisenberg has joined CTI, a health care service and consulting firm, as assistant director of clinical trials.

Adam M. Eger has joined Strata-G Interactive, a division of Strata-G Communications as interactive producer. Mr. Eger will be responsible for strategy development, client relationship management and day-to-day implementation of marketing campaigns. He graduated from Wright State University with a bachelor's degree in business marketing.

Ann Rudig has joined Northlich as creative director of Northlich/Brandstorm and Brad Londy, senior copywriter.

Jon Egelhard has been named branch manager of Lakeshore Capital, a full-service, residential mortgage firm.

Kathleen Ward has joined Cassady Schiller & Associates Inc. as staff accountant and Jeffrey Stautberg as accounting and auditing senior.

Bob Bishop and Jeff Fogle have joined Hy-Tek Integrated Systems as sales engineers.

Robyn D. Yates has been named billing operations manager in the home office billing and collection department of the member companies of Ohio Casualty Group.

John H. Dorr has been appointed president of the Habegger Corp., a privately owned HVAC wholesale distributor.

William Weyand of Cincinnati, former chairman and chief executive officer of Structural Dynamics Research Corp., has joined the board of directors of StorageNetworks Inc., a provider of storage management services.

Michael P. Rensing has been named senior vice president, director of retail services for U.S. Bank's corporate real estate group. Mr. Rensing is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati. He began his career with U.S. Bank in 1993 after working at Hooks/SuperX Drugs Inc., as director of corporate procurement.

Christopher Skinner has been named associate creative director at Powers Agency.

The following have joined Sibcy Cline Realtors as sales associates: Anita L. Fithen, West Chester; Pamela A. Hibbard, Fairfield; Kimberly Kauza, Anderson; Erin K. Allen and Dion P. Hetrick, Northwest; and Debbie Huff-Weiss, Florence.

James P. Minutolo has joined Jackson, Rolfes, Spurgeon & Co., Certified Public Accountants and Business Advisors, as a member of the tax services group. Mr. Minutolo has extensive experience in retirement planning, succession planning, mergers and acquisitions, estate planning and capital finance and venture capital planning. He graduated from Vanderbilt University School of Law and received his undergraduate degree from the University of Notre Dame.

Erin Cunniff Childs has joined Thompson Hine LLP as an associate in the litigation practice group, and Jennifer L. Kinnen joined as an associate in the real estate and bankruptcy practice group.

Amber P. Lester and Ryan J. Albrecht have joined the law firm of Greenebaum Doll & McDonald PLLC as associates in the litigation and dispute resolution practice group, and Paul A. Wilhelm has joined as an associate in the labor and employment practice group.


Bradley S. Abbott, vice president and controller at Omnicare Inc., has been named the 2002 Northern Kentucky Accounting Executive of the Year by the Northern Kentucky Chapter of the Institute of Management Accountants.

LPK (Libby Perszyk Kathman), Cincinnati-based global design consultancy, has been honored as the only winning package design entry in the electronics category for its work on Intuit's QuickBooks brand by the London International Advertising Awards.

Peter Lansing, a Milford-based magician has been awarded the Certified Magic Professional Award. Peter Lansing and his partner, Ruth Schoner, entertain as Daffy O'Dill and Paddy the Clown.

Queen City Awning received an Outstanding Achievement Award for its project, the Manor House Banquet and Conference Center. The project was recognized in the competition's Architectural Structures - other category, sponsored by the Industrial Fabrics Association International.

Eric G. Bruestle and Geraldine M. Johnson, attorneys with the Cincinnati law firm of Roetzel & Andress, have been selected for The Best Lawyers in America's 2003-2004 edition.

Linnemann Funeral Home in Erlanger has received the 2002 National Funeral Directors Association (NFDA) Pursuit of Excellence Eagle Award.

Century Construction Inc. in Erlanger has received the Star Level, Voluntary Protection Program - Construction Award from OSHA.

Schickel Design Company of Loveland has won the Honor Award for Distinguished Detail from the American Institute of Architects.


Financial Management Group Inc. in Blue Ash will be opening a second office in January at 101 Garfield Place, downtown.

New businesses

Dianne McDonald, a licensed massage therapist, has opened a new business - There is a River, located at 240 E. Sharon Road. Ms McDonald offers therapeutic massage, therapeutic-grade essential oils, herbs and vitamins for purchase, and she hosts healthy living workshops.

Jerry and Becky Huber have opened a new business - Sign-A-Rama, a one-stop sign shop, in the Fort Thomas Plaza, 90 Alexandria Pike, next to Drug Emporium.

Are you making it?Have news of promotions, awards, honors, retirements or company openings or relocations? Send information to Shirley Dees, Enquirer Business News, 312 Elm St., Cincinnati 45202.

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