Thursday, August 26, 2004

Business people


Promotions and new on the job

The Enquirer

• Karen L. Turner as been named customer service representative at Flottman Co. Turner will be responsible for assisting clients with new orders, tracking orders, assisting sales staff and providing information to prospective clients. She was production manager/customer service manager at Minuteman Press.

• Joining CoActive Marketing Group are: Dustin Lehner, account director; Mark Mattimore, senior copywriter; and Dave Roberts and Angela Sizemore, project managers.

• Michael J. Jacunski has been appointed executive vice president at First Clermont Bank in Milford. Jacunski is responsible for retail banking business, which includes residential mortgage division and consumer banking operations. He joined the bank in 1991 as vice president and director of residential lending. He is a graduate of Indiana University of Pennsylvania with a bachelor's degree.

• Appointed to the Fifth Third Bank, Cincinnati 2004-05 Diversity Board are: Audra Matthews, Steve Sherline, Lisa Petrina, Roger Weddle, Roger Gray, Ramon Rodriguez, Yvette Jackson, Sergio Munda, Heather Kreitzer and Courtney Browne.

• David Cissell has joined The Midland Co. as executive vice president of American Modern Financial Services Division. Cissell will be in charge of all business development nationwide for the division. He has spent more than 40 years in the insurance and financial services industry, most recently as president of the Balboa Insurance Group. He is a graduate of the University of Utah with a bachelor's degree in economics and marketing.

• Bob Taylor, formerly with Koolant Koolers Inc., has joined Refrigeration Sales Associates as regional sales manager in Central/Southern Ohio, Central/Southern Indiana and Kentucky.

• Jim Harrison has joined Steed Hammond Paul as technical documents manager and Maureen Williamsjoined the company as office administrator.

• John B. Pinney has been appointed chairman of the International Practice Group at Graydon Head & Ritchey LLP. Pinney is a member of the firm's commercial litigation and dispute resolution client service department. He has served as lead trial lawyer in numerous complex commercial, international, banking, securities, products liability, insurance and trust litigation, and arbitration cases. He earned his bachelor's degree in economics at the University of Pennsylvania and his law degree from the University of Michigan.

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