Movers and Shakers Featured

7:01pm EDT November 30, 2011
Movers and Shakers

Roscoe Medical, a manufacturer and distributor of home medical equipment, appointed Daniel A. Radish as chief financial officer.

In his role, Radish will responsible for the overall financial and administrative oversight of Roscoe Medical, including the management of the accounting, finance, credit, payroll and benefit administration departments. He has expertise in strategic financial planning, credit and risk management, information technology planning and management from a wide array of industries.

Radish brings more than 20 years of senior leadership and financial experience, most recently as a director with Union Partners, a private equity and performance acceleration firm. In this position, he was instrumental in generating deal flow as well as merger acquisition valuation and analysis, financial planning, fiscal policy development and leadership of the due diligence process. Early on, Radish spent seven years in public accounting and since has held leadership positions throughout his career.

Radish is active in local civic and business communities, serving on several boards. He is a certified public account and holds a B.S. in accounting from Miami University.

Wells Fargo Advisors added two people to its Chagrin Falls office: Stephen Reagh, senior PIM manager, and Gary Fishback, PIM manager. Both Reagh and Fishback hold the title of senior vice president — investment officer. They joined Wells Fargo Advisors from the Pepper Pike office of Morgan Stanley Smith Barney.

Moen Inc.

promoted Kevin Campbell to senior director of marketing — wholesale business unit.

In his new role, Campbell will be responsible for leading Moen’s wholesale product marketing, trade marketing, brand management and marketing communications efforts. He will also be deeply involved in developing strategies for the business unit and implementing strategic initiatives.

Campbell has been with Moen for more than 13 years, serving in a number of roles with increasing responsibility.

He started his career with the company in 1998 as an intern and has been an integral part of the organization’s success throughout the years. He most recently served as director of marketing of Moen’s Retail Business Unit, where he was responsible for all product management and marketing communications initiatives for products sold through retail channels including The Home Depot, Lowe’s, Bed Bath & Beyond, and more. Prior to this role, Campbell held a variety of roles in both marketing and product management across both the retail and wholesale business channels.

Campbell earned a bachelor’s degree in marketing from The University of Notre Dame and his MBA from The Weatherhead School of Management.

Brouse McDowell

, a law firm with offices in Akron, Cleveland and Avon, Ohio, announced that Marc B. Merklin has been elected to succeed Jeffrey T. Heintz as managing partner of the firm. Merklin’s term begins in January 2012 when Heintz steps down after eight years as managing partner of the firm.

A member of the firm’s Executive Committee, Merklin is chair of the Commercial and Bankruptcy practice group and focuses on general business counseling, commercial law and business reorganizations. He represents creditors, debtors, committees and trustees in Chapter 11 reorganizations, as well as borrowers in loan transactions and bankruptcy and commercial litigation. He also works on the sale and acquisition of financially distressed companies.

Listed in the Best Lawyers in America editions 2006-2011, Merklin is nationally board certified in business bankruptcy law by the American Board of Certification, a nonprofit organization created to recognize attorneys who are experts in the bankruptcy and creditors’ rights fields.