Saturday, August 14, 1999


        • Suzanne Calardo has been named vice president of marketing at Pease Industries Inc. Ms. Calardo will be responsible for the strategic marketing direction, all promotional activities, product management and pricing of Pease's lines of entry and patio doors. She joined the company in 1991 as advertising manager. She has a bachelor's degree from the College of Mount St. Joseph and a master's degree from Xavier University.

        • Michael W. Allee has been named manager of demand planning for the logistics department at Champion International Corp.'s Knightbridge facility in Hamilton, and Steve Ramsey has been named director of supply chain management.

        • Drs. Martin L. McTighe, Richard L. Weimann and John J. Brannan have joined Beacon Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine.

        • Dr. Douglas Hanto has been appointed medical director of LifeCenter.

        • Gregory Leszczuk has been named assistant cashier at Fifth Third Bank.

        • Kevin Kelleher has been named senior vice president at Huntington Banks.

        • Paul Neuzil has been named vice president, client service, ad testing division for Ipsos-ASI, advertising research company in Cincinnati.

        • Donna L. Muldoon has joined Three + Associates, full-service marketing design agency, as client services director; Chris Miller, art director-corporate design; and Suzanne Warden has joined the agency as business development executive.

        • Dean W. Reverman has joined Paradigm Communication Group as account executive.

        • Daniel J. Staley has been named tax and legal services senior manager, consumer and industrial products group at PricewaterhouseCoopers, accounting and consulting firm in Cincinnati. Mr. Staley recently rejoined the firm. He has more than 10 years of public accounting experience. He will be responsible for client service management and directing his service teams.

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


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