GBQ Partners LLP hired Jeffrey S. Miller as director of internal audit services. Miller's experience expands the firm's assurance practice and the types of services it can provide.
Michael Curran was promoted to assistant vice president in the Business Banking Division for the Columbus District of KeyBank, N.A.. He is responsible for managing an existing portfolio as well as developing new business.
Miles-McClellan hired Patrick L. Wells as business development manager to develop the Negotiated General Contracting segment of its private market. It also hired Matthew Henning as project engineer to serve as an Operations team member for general contracting projects.
Fifth Third Bank is the 100th most valuable company in the world, according to Business Week's Global 1000. The Business Week Global 1000 survey is a ranking of the world's best companies by market value calculated in billions of U.S. dollars as of May 31, 2002.
Saia & Piatt Attorneys at Law relocated to 713 South Front St. from its former office at 681 South Front St. The phone number, (614) 444-3036, remains the same.
Neulogic, a Web site design and development company, has moved to 1372 Grandview Ave. Its new phone number is (614) 340-2130.
David E. Driver was appointed vice president of financial services of Wexner Heritage Village, a not-for-profit provider of health, housing, social and spiritual services serving older adults. Driver assumes chief financial officer duties and leadership in various projects.
The Ohio State University Health System has been named one of the nation's top health care networks for its use of Internet communications technology to better serve patients, medical staff and external businesses. Ohio State was the only hospital system to make the list, compiled by Hospitals & Health Networks, the journal of the American Hospital Association.
Bank One has promoted Daren Maloney to vice president, corporate banking. Maloney has been with Bank One for 12 years and most recently served as vice president of small business banking in Central Ohio.
Vincent J. Tersigni has become chair of Buckingham, Doolittle & Burroughs LLP's employment law practice group. Tersigni exclusively represents employers in both the public and private sectors. Thomas R. Trotter has become co-chair of the business law practice group. His expertise is in public finance, including tax and securities law analysis.
Schottenstein Zox & Dunn hired Ken Illgen as chief information officer. Illgen's responsibilities include all of the data and telecommunications technology for the firm, including day-to-day management of technical support as well as development and deployment of advanced technologies.
Lee Lemke was hired as senior vice president, business banking market manager, at Huntington National Bank. Lemke, responsible for all business banking efforts in Central Ohio, most recently served as vice president, business banking, at Bank One.