A Carl Andre interview regarding “Things in Their Elements” and upcoming retrospective by Dia:Beacon in 2013 [AO Newslink]
Crain’s Detroit Business March 21, 2005 Engineering Edwin Tatem to Michigan area manager, Parsons Brinckerhoff Quade & Douglas Inc., Detroit and Lansing, from county highway engineer, Road Commission of Macomb County, Mt. Clemens.
Eric Deska to senior associate, Peter Basso Associates Inc., Troy, from associate.
Finance Anthony Glover to manager, Michigan retail region, Bank One, Detroit, from Chicago west market manager, Chicago.
Terry Harris to executive vice president, CSB Home Lending, Clarkston, from independent banking consultant, White Lake Township.
Ronald Lang to vice president of finance, Telcom Credit Union, Novi, from CEO, Chaco Credit Union, Hamilton, Ohio. website chaco credit union
Robert Decraene to vice president/mortgage loan consultant, Paramount Bank, Birmingham, from senior vice president/branch manager, Republic Bank, Farmington Hills.
Law Francis Flood to shareholder, Foster, Swift, Collins & Smith P.C., Farmington Hills, from general counsel, North Pointe Insurance Co., Southfield.
Michael Zousmer to shareholder, Nathan, Neuman & Nathan P.C., Southfield, from partner, Hertz, Schram & Saretsky P.C., Bloomfield Hills.
Scott Hornby to senior attorney, Nemeth Burwell P.C., Detroit, from founder, Esordi Hornby & Sawicki, Wyandotte.
Thomas McGraw to shareholder, Kupelian Ormond & Magy P.C., Southfield, from shareholder, Cox Hodgman and Giarmarco, Troy.
Manufacturing Mitchell Lee to product marketing manager, compounded nylons, engineering plastics business in North America, BASF, Wyandotte, from product manager, Ultradur PBT and Petra PET engineering thermoplastic products. site chaco credit union
Marketing Stan Stein to global account director, General Motors account, Weber Shand- wick, Birmingham, from executive vice president, Detroit office.
Robert Hyman to executive vice president, Budco, Highland Park, from group vice president of operation. Also, Steve Swanson to chief information officer from director of information-technology development; Glenn Fontaine to vice president of automotive sales from director of Ford sales; Annette Watts to vice president of human resources, training and development from director of human resources, training and development; and John Gregory to director of the newly formed project management office from director, IT application development.
Nonprofits Carla Giles to vice president of fund development, Spectrum Human Services Inc., Westland, from program director, Youth Sports and Recreation Commission, Detroit.
Kevin Bolding to executive director, Downtown Family YMCA, Detroit, continuing as chairman of the YMCA Service Learning Academy Charter School, Detroit.
Real estate Steven Saltz to associate broker, retail group, Trammell Crow Co., Detroit, from general manager, Sidney Krandall & Sons, Auburn Hills.
Glenn DesRosiers to vice president, Friedman Real Estate Group Inc., Farmington Hills, from commercial/office leasing associate.
Donna Escobar to relocation director, Prudential Cranbrook Realtors, Troy, from director of business development, Century 21 Town and Country, Rochester.
Craig Kovarik to financial analyst, Milestone Realty Services Inc., Royal Oak, from commercial real estate broker, TDR Associates, South Lyon.
Services Michelle Huber to project manager, Interior Dynamics, Troy, from operation support, Volkswagen-Audi, Auburn Hills. Also, Jennifer Puzella to project manager from commodity management service analyst, Rayl Industrial Supply, Madison Heights; and Kelly Richart to project manger from director of sales and catering, T-Bird’s Chicken & Ribs, Troy.
Jeff Hutchinson to manager, Michigan operations, Collision Craftsmen of Michigan, Macomb Township, from corporate liaison, The Boyd Group, Arizona.
Lang * Hornby * Stein * Saltz
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