Monday, January 5, 2004

Business People



Promotions and new on the job

• Peggy Kennedy has been appointed vice president of marketing at FRCH Design Worldwide. Kennedy will be responsible for working with clients for whom the mix of strategy, architecture and design provided by FRCH will have the greatest impact. She has more than 20 years of strategic marketing experience. In New York she was senior vice president of Foote Cone Belding, J. Walter Thompson and Ogilvy & Mather.

• Anna McFadden has joined RE/MAX Client Choice team in Springfield as a real estate agent and Jim Tankersley has joined RE/MAX Results Plus team in Mason as sales associate.

• John Hall Jr. has been named executive sales associate for Outsource Solutions.

• Carrie Abner has been named account executive at Amity - Direct Mail Solutions, a full-service direct-mail production company.

• Steve Belongia has been appointed client services manager in the information services department for The Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County; Paul Burch, department manager of circulation services; Jason Buydos, acquisitions department manager at the Main Library; Angela Farmer, branch manager of the Sharonville Branch Library; and David Sider, branch manager of the Walnut Hills Branch Library.

• Brian Kelley has been named tourism sales manager at the Greater Cincinnati Convention and Visitors Bureau.

• Glenn W. Mehltretter III has been named leader of the sales division for Ket-Moy Printing.

• Neena Jud has joined Cole + Russell Architects Inc. as project architect in the housing group, and Kevin Baker joined as project manager in the commercial group.

• Donn Burns Angus has joined Bayer Becker as manager of landscape architecture in the Mason office.

• Rachael Struve has joined Hixson as staff environmental engineer; Louis Pauley as mechanical designer; and Rebecca Atkins joined as project management coordinator.

• David Britton has become associated with Rohrkemper Ossege & Combs Ltd., a Cincinnati-based certified public accounting and business consulting firm.

• Melissa Anderson has joined MRSI (Marketing Research Services Inc.) as research analyst.

• The following have been appointed new members of the board of trustees at Keep Cincinnati Beautiful: Christine Schoonover, Huff Realty; David Fox, area manager of sales for Contract Sweepers & Equipment; and Rick Holmes, attorney at Graydon Head & Ritchey LLP.

• The following have joined the law firm of Frost Brown Todd LLC as associates: Stephen M. Gracey, litigation; Kari K. Hall, corporate; Catherine Ann Heitchue and Allison L. Hiltz, labor and employment; Bridget Gannon McGraw, James D. Schoney and Joseph A. Tomain, litigation; Andrew B. Ulmer and Janice Baker Whitlow, intellectual property.

• Charles E. Kaiser, vice president and secretary of the board of Schiff, Kreidler-Shell, an independent insurance agency, has been elected president of The Cincinnati Insurance Board, an association of insurance professionals. As president of the association, Kaiser will concentrate on strategic planning as well as on expanding the membership. He has been with Schiff, Kreidler-Shell for over 25 years.

Awards

• Linda C. Miller, vice president of patient care services for The Jewish Hospital, has received the 2003 Distinguished Nurse Administrator Award from the College of Mount St. Joseph.

• Reynolds and Reynolds Co. has received the 2003 Governor's Award for Excellence in Energy Efficiency. Perfection Group Inc., a full-service design build mechanical contractor based in Cincinnati, partnered with Reynolds to execute the needed energy efficiency controls and upgrades.

• Tru Wall Concrete Inc. has received the 2003 Beautification Award from the Village of Evendale.

Submissions

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 sdees@enquirer.com




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