Friday, April 2, 2004

Business People



Promotions and new on the job

• Gary M. Freytag has been appointed president and chief executive officer at Spring Grove Cemetery & Arboretum. Freytag was president of Information Alternatives, a Cincinnati-based technology consulting company. He has also spent 10 years in manufacturing as president of Performance Manufacturing.

• Janine Foster has joined Prescott Ellen Inc. as sales executive. Foster has been executive director for the Middletown Convention & Visitors Bureau for the past seven years. She has 12 years of marketing and sales experience. She graduated from the University of Toledo with a bachelor's degree.

• Amanda Harper has been named communications manager at Work Resource Center (WRC). Harper joined the company in September 2003. She holds a bachelor's degree from Ohio University's E.W. Scripps School of Journalism.

• Tom Rohrkasse has joined Transworld Systems Inc. as district manager in the Fort Wright office.

• Emily Conroy and Amy Steinmetz have joined LPK (Libby Perszyk Kathman) as project coordinators; Deborah Arnold, project leader and Erin Wisecup to brand account leader.

• Miriam Cardona has joined the library division of Central Business Group as a consultant to the Interior Solutions Group Division.

• Diana M. O'Brien has been named managing principal for Deloitte & Touche USA LLP, consulting practice in Cincinnati. O'Brien will oversee client services and local practice administration. She has been with Deloitte for 16 years. She has a master's degree and a bachelor's degree from Xavier University.

Have news of promotions, awards, honors, retirements or company openings or relocations? Send information to Shirley Dees, Enquirer Business News, 312 Elm St., Cincinnati, OH 45202 or e-mail sdees@enquirer.com.




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