Movers & Shakers Featured

6:51am EDT August 30, 2002

Movers & Shakers


John F. Suchan joined the Brennan Financial Group's Westlake office as a registered representative with New England Security Corp., Boston.

Nicole DiSalvo was appointed marketing coordinator at Sagemark Consulting.                       


Courtnay Hruska joined the account management team of Point To Point Communications.    

Marcus Thomas hired Tom Liebhardt as an account supervisor and promoted Mary Swan-Bell to production manager.

Liggett-Stashower Inc. promoted Shannon Vereb to assistant account executive and hired Mark Szczepanik as copywriter, Creative Services Group, and Carmen Edgehouse as account coordinator, Account Services Group.

Robert Falls & Co. Public Relations promoted Jennifer Morgan and Lorilynn Wolf to senior account supervisors and Julie Molnar to senior account executive. It hired Kevin Brosien as account executive.


Cleveland Advertising Association elected as officers for fiscal year 2002-2003 President Edward M. Stevens; First Vice President Lynne Schroeder; Vice President-Membership Development Patricia P. Wren; Secretary/Treasurer Mary R. Kolk; and Vice President-Membership Involvement Lute Harmon Jr.

Medina County Association for Legal Professionals installed as officers for 2002-2003 President Leanne M. Latak; President-elect Nancy J. Suvak; Secretary Rosemary E. Costigan; and Treasurer Kris Herbst.


Fifth Third Bank hired Thomas Harrington as vice president of the Commercial Banking Division; James Lynch Jr. as vice president in Commercial Banking; and John Mezzopera as assistant vice president, Commercial Leasing Relationship Manager.


Medical Mutual promoted Christopher Mick to director of its Administrative Central Unit.


Rick Duda was named director of sales and marketing of Inter-Continental Hotels Cleveland.


Vector Technical Inc. named Peter Tellep as "IT Guru" Information Technology Director.


Roetzel & Andress has added to its Cleveland office Randy Rinicella, a partner in the Business Services Law Group; Rachael L. Russo, an associate in the Business Litigation Law Group; and Lynn A. Gross, an associate in the Labor and Employment Law Group.

Joseph P. Fegen joined the corporate and business law department of Climaco, Lefkowitz, Peca, Wilcox & Garofoli Co. as an associate attorney.   


Bruce Mattingly was named controller at Blaster Chemical Cos. Inc.

John Turk was promoted to director of the Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology division of The RoviSys Co.

Richard Wright joined HI TecMetal Group as material logistics manager.

Swiger Coil Systems named Martin G. Gault international sales representative.


Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Cleveland promoted Joanna Wyner to director of programs.

Far West Center appointed to its board of directors Timothy D. Welsh, chair; Lily Yee, vice chair and treasurer; and Marion L. Paugh, secretary. Paugh also received the first FitzPatrick Award for distinguished services as a board member during the past year.

The Center for Mental Retardation elected Charles P. Royer, Raymond C. Wilson and Audrey E. Champa to its board of directors.


David Rosen joined Optiem LLC as senior vice president.      

Kenneth C. Stasiak was named director of professional services at SecureState.

Business notes


Dix & Eaton Inc. was named winner of the 2001 Iron SABRE (Superior Achievement in Branding and Reputation) award for Client Service. The public relations and investor relations firm was also named the nation's "Midsize Firm of the Year" for the second straight year by The Holmes Report.