Monday, December 29, 2003

Business People

Promotions and new on the job

• Brian McDaniel has been named division human resource director for the Tri-State Coca-Cola Bottling Co., a division of Coca-Cola Enterprises in Madisonville. McDaniel has 25 years experience in the industry. He is responsible for the overall management and implementation of human resource policies and procedures for Coca Cola employees in Ohio, Indiana and Michigan.

• Barbara Mack and Ted Mack have joined Comey & Shepherd Realtors as sales vice presidents, specializing in residential real estate. The following have joined Comey & Shepherd Realtors as associates specializing in residential sales: Michelle Billings; Ramona Carrozza; Stephen R. Pritz; Mari Huelskamp; and Steve Friebele.

.• Jean Donnell has been appointed managing director of Marsh Inc., Cincinnati office. Donnell is responsible for the client executive practice for Marsh's Southern operations, which includes the Greater Cincinnati area and Louisville. She has been associated with the Marsh office in Cincinnati since 1998. She holds a bachelor's degree in finance from the University of Illinois.

• The following have joined Coldwell Banker West Shell as residential real estate specialists: Valerie Shannon; Tiffany S. Day; Paula S. Noble; Thomas J. Kenkel; Evie G. Caver; Carol S. Cunningham; and Leslie Kelhoffer.

• Keith Kettle and Ravi Venkitaraman have been named senior vice presidents of client services at Burke Inc.; Sandip Narang to senior account executive with the client services team; Richard G. Miklautsch joined as senior account executive; and Jodie McInerney and Greg Van Scoy to vice presidents of client services.

• Marilyn Maag, a lawyer with Strauss & Troy has been elected as a fellow of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel. Maag has been nominated by lawyers in Cincinnati and Columbus. She has served on the board of governors of the estate planning, probate, and trust law section of the Ohio State Bar Association since 1997. As part of her role, she writes and proposes legislation for Ohio in the areas of estate planning, probate, and trust law. She also is the author of two books - Ohio Probate Practice and Procedure, 7th Edition and The Simple Will in Ohio, both of which are updated and reprinted every year for use by lawyers, courts, law schools, and libraries throughout Ohio. She has been a lawyer with Strauss & Troy for 17 years.

• Appointed new board members at New Perceptions Inc., Class of 2007: W. Michael Banker, executive director of the Northern Kentucky University Foundation; Mike Mabry, manager of the lab operations section in the quality division for Toyota Motor Manufacturing North America; Mike Mabry, member, The American Society for Quality and American Lab Managers Association; Jeffery Jay Paul, facilities manager at Great American Insurance Co.; Cindy Philippo, owner of the Allstate agency in Florence; Timothy H. Schoonover, chief executive officer, Promark Co.; and Brad Zapp, financial planner with Lincoln Financial Advisors.

• Fred H. Fishman has joined TechSolve Inc. as manager of strategic procurement programs. Fishman is responsible for helping TechSolve's members and clients achieve both immediate and long-term, cost and process savings by applying strategic procurement practices and greatly improved negotiation skills. He has more than 30 years of professional experience in manufacturing, procurement, operations, finance, and program management. He earned a bachelor's degree from Polytechnic University in Brooklyn, N.Y.


• Sutton Landry, director of the Northern Kentucky University Small Business Development Center, has been appointed as Kentucky's recipient of the Association of Small Business Development Center's 2003 State Star Award.

• The following six lawyers with Rendigs, Fry, Kiely & Dennis, LLP, have been chosen by Law & Politics Magazine as Super Lawyers for 2004: W. Roger Fry, Edward R. Goldman; Leonard A. Weakley; John F. McLaughlin; Jonathan P. Saxton; and Arthur E. Phelps.


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 or e-mail

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