Tuesday, March 23, 1999
PEOPLE ON THE MOVE
Marvin Knobloch has joined Quality Nursing Care Inc. of Hamilton as director of extended services. Mr. Knobloch is recognized for his work with Alzheimer's disease in the past 15 years. He has written and published more than 20 articles on caring for people with Alzheimer's. He will be responsible for managing an adult day care in Hamilton, as well as marketing all extended services offered to the community by Quality Nursing Care.
Named associates at Champlin/Haupt Architects: Marianne Bir; Richard Butz; Hyontae Kang; Angela Rutherford; Marilyn Wills; and Xiodong Don Xu.
Keith Cottrell has joined Vesi Sportswear as director of merchandising, Max Cole as art director, Hallie Pierce as coordinator for the school-apparel division, Greg Brinck as general manager, and Denise Reupert as director of corporate casual and special events.
Julia Arosteguy has been named vice president/group supervisor at Northlich Stolley LaWarre Public Relations, and Lynn Hailey has been named vice president/group supervisor in public relations. Ben Junda has joined the company as new media designer.
Ann B. Perrin has joined the Health Foundation of Greater Cincinnati as program officer for substance abuse, and Gail A. Holligan is staff assistant to the program department.
Mimi Thomas has been named sales director at Cincinnati CityBeat.
Joel B. Kaplan has been named executive director of Jewish Family Service.
Joe Morgan has been appointed manager at KZF Inc., corporate/commercial division, which specializes in the design of office buildings, laboratories, industrial facilities and hotels for private-sector clients. Mr. Morgan, an 18-year KZF employee, has served the firm as chief estimator, project manager and manager of the technical resources group. He holds a degree in construction management and applied science from the University of Cincinnati.
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