Friday, August 06, 1999

PEOPLE ON THE MOVE




        • Bob Price has been named purchasing manager at the Nielsen Co., a commercial printing company. Mr. Price will be responsible for the management of all purchasing for Nielsen Co. operations in Greater Cincinnati, and Litho Industries, a subsidiary in Raleigh, N.C.

        • Mike Fredrick has been appointed vice president/general manager of WYLX-FM (97.3), Lebanon.

        • Appointed to the Greater Cincinnati Microenterprise Initiative Inc.: Christina Kelso, executive director of the Cincinnati American Institute of Banking; Bonnie Kroeger, an independent development consultant; Donald Swain, principal in D.L. Swain & Associates; and Rea Walden, vice president of small business development, Downtown Cincinnati Inc.

        • Marjorie A. Williams has joined Sibcy Cline Realtors as a residential real estate specialist, Tri-County.

        • Debra K. Crane has been named vice president and government affairs representative at Ohio Casualty Group.

        • Al Kenyon has been named vice president, technology, for Clear Channel Radio.

        • Cynthia Walker has joined the Benchmark Group, a strategic design firm, as creative director.

        • T. Zachary Bunker has been named regional manager of the Cincinnati region for Spartan Chemical Co. Inc.

        • Cara Huffman is event intern at Downie Productions; Darlene Driscoll has been named event manager; Lisa Beutel, director of sponsorships and business development; and Betsy Atzel Hussey, managing director.

        • Chris Smith has joined Barnaclo Home Loans as senior loan officer.

        • Paula Peters has joined Bason Associates, an executive search consulting firm, as a research associate.

        • Darren D. Miller has joined Dinsmore & Shohl LLP as an associate in the Cincinnati office. Mr. Miller will practice in the litigation group. He was an assistant prosecutor for Clermont County.

        Send news of promotions to Shirley Dees, The Cincinnati Enquirer, Business News Department, 312 Elm St., Cincinnati 45202.

       



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