Kadien appointed president, xpedx

Tom Kadien was appointed president of xpedx.

Xpedx is a division of International Paper (IP), where Kadien has worked for 27 years.

“My highest priority is to continue deepening customer relationships with commercial printers, publishers, manufacturers and other businesses across North America,” says Kadien. “Xpedx is intensely focused on helping customers grow profitably and ensuring they get the products and services they need, when they need them, with service and value that support their business objectives.”

Kadien has been a senior vice president of IP since 2004. He served as president of IP Europe from 2003 to 2005 and before that, served as vice president and general manager of the commercial printing and imaging papers division from 2000 to 2003.

He has also worked as vice president/general manager of IP’s former Fine Papers Division, as general manager of IP’s former Pressure Sensitive Papers Business, and as general manager and manufacturing manager for IP’s former Nicolet specialty papers unit. He also has held a variety of sales, sales management and marketing positions within IP’s packaging businesses.

Kadien formerly served on the executive committee of the National Paper Trade Association. He earned a bachelor of science degree in science and business administration from Bucknell University and an MBA in marketing from Drexel University.

Michael McCabe
has rejoined Hammond Law Group LLC as director of Toronto operations/electronic marketing.

He brings electronic media knowledge and sales and marketing experience. He will also head the firm’s eZine marketing campaigns and Web development efforts.

Shelly Rizzo
was promoted to team leader of Huntington’s local commercial portfolio management group. Rizzo has worked with the company for 13 years in various positions.

Belinda Sherman joined the Huntington Investment Co. as vice president, securities sales manager. She has nine years of banking experience and manages the investment sales team in Cincinnati, Dayton, Springfield and Northern Kentucky.

Also at Huntington, Chris Henn was promoted to regional credit officer of Huntington Bank’s Southern Ohio/Northern Kentucky area. He has worked for Huntington since 1997. He previously worked as team leader of the portfolio management group.

David Bock was promoted from banking officer to banking officer manager at the bank’s Silverton office.

And Kathy Nunlist was promoted from assistant vice president to banking office manager at the bank’s Anderson office.

After restructuring its regions, xpedx has named three executive vice presidents to lead the company.

Thomas J. Weisenbach was named executive vice president of the South Central region.

Richard B. Lowe is executive vice president of xpedx’s Western region and vice president and officer of International Paper

And James A. Connelly was named executive vice president of the North Central region.

Michael J. Newman
was appointed co-chair of the Professional Ethics Committee for the Federal Bar Association in Washington, D.C. Newman is an attorney with Dinsmore & Shohl LLP. He was president of the Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky chapter of the Federal Bar Association 2004-2005.

Also from Dinsmore & Shohl, attorney Jennifer Mitchell was named to the board of directors of the Contemporary Dance Theater.

POMEROY IT Solutions Inc. appointed Kevin Gregory chief financial officer.

Previously, Gregory worked as senior vice president and chief financial officer for ProQuest Co. He has experience in finance and accounting, including SEC reporting, operational finance, tax, audit procurement and investor relations.

Gregory earned his bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of Notre Dame and is a CPA. He earned a law degree and a master’s degree in law in taxation from the DePaul University College of Law.

National City promoted Tammy Huth to manager of the branch at 4221 Glenway Ave. in Price Hill. She has seven years of experience in financial services. She previously worked as a financial adviser and office manager, most recently serving as senior office manager at Fifth Third Bank.

Mitchell T. Robinson joined the Private Client Group as a vice president and private banker. He most recently worked as a vice president and relationship manager of National City’s Wholesale Banking group. He brings 24 years of experience related to financial services, consulting, middle-market commercial banking and small business banking. He previously held positions with Key Bank and Bank One.

National City also promoted Stephanie M. Murdock to assistant vice president, branch manager, for the branch at 1790 North Bend Road in Hebron. She brings five years of banking experience, most recently serving as banking center manager at US Bank in Florence.

National City also promoted Chris Corbitt to assistant vice president and branch manager for the branch at 4650 Smith Road in Norwood. He has five years of experience in financial services.

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