Monday, December 13, 1999
PEOPLE ON THE MOVE
John S. Domaschko has been appointed chairman of The Kentucky Authority for Educational Television, KET's governing board. Mr. Domaschko, of Edgewood, succeeds Steven W. Newberry, who served as chairman from 1994-1999. He is a CPA and co-founder and chief operating officer of Jeni Lee Enterprises, LLC, a manufacturer and distributor of cosmetics and also president of MC Squared Inc., a consulting firm.
Kim Trombella has been appointed senior vice president and national syndication manager for Firstar Equipment Finance Corp.
Jim Schweigeraht has joined Hensley Segal Rentschler, marketing communications firm, as eCommerce program developer, Jon Reischel, public relations consultant, and J. Kevin Wolfe, copywriter.
James Hartings, president of Dubois International and president of Dubois Institutional Chemicals in the U.S., has been appointed chairman of World Affairs Council of Greater Cincinnati; Arthur Hull, former executive at the Cincinnati Gas & Electric Co., pres ident; and Scott Aiken, public relations counselor and director of investor relations for Three + Associates, executive director.
Dr. John A. Howington has joined UC Physicians as chief of thoracic surgery and assistant professor at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center, and Dr. Robert D. Marciani has joined as chief of the division of oral and maxillofacial surgery.
Sue-Anne Lovell has joined Bridge Integrated Communications, advertising agency, as systems manager, and Chris Blair, interactive media/web programmer.
Sam Malone has been named vice president of risk services for Marsh USA Inc., Cincinnati office. Mr. Malone will consult with clients on property and casualty claim issues. He received a bachelor's degree from Southern Indiana University and has been with the company for more than three years.
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