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People on the Move
Edited by Amanda Milligan Coccia
Weekly listings updated every Thursday.
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS EXTENSION, Urbana: Kimberly Nute-Jones, 41, to consumer and family economics educator, in Matteson, from tax practitioner at Romani Realty & Financial Services. Also, Dedra Thomas, 40, to consumer and family economics educator, in Westchester, from financial education manager at Near West Side Community Development Corp.
IFF, Chicago: Dana Peterson, 56, to chief financial officer, from CFO at McCormick Theological Seminary.
MARQUETTE BANK, Orland Park: John C. Power, 54, to vice-president of trust and investment management, from financial adviser at Wachovia Corp.
LEVIN & PERCONTI, Chicago: Margaret P. Battersby, 28, to associate, from law clerk.
JOHN MARSHALL LAW SCHOOL, Chicago: Jon W. DeMoss, 61, to member of the board of trustees, and continuing as president and CEO at ISBA Mutual Insurance Co. Also, John Lee, 61, to president of the John Marshall Law School Foundation, from assistant regional director of the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission.
SCHIFF HARDIN LLP, Chicago: David C. Giles, 32, to partner, concentrating in litigation, from associate. Also, Jonathan Judge, 33, to partner, concentrating in product liability, from associate; Joshua R. More, 35, to partner, concentrating in environmental and litigation, from associate; Heidi Oertle, 33, to partner, concentrating in product liability, from counsel, and Jason L. Zgliniec, 33, to partner, concentrating in corporate and securities and public companies, from associate.
TRISECT LLC, Chicago: Tim Nelson, 45, to managing director, from executive vice-president.
DATA DEVELOPMENT WORLDWIDE LLC, New York: Matt Valle, 38, to senior vice-president and office director, in Chicago, from senior vice-president of the Central region at MarketTools Inc.
HURON CONSULTING GROUP INC., Chicago: Martin Staks, 52, to managing director in the legal consulting practice, from managing director at Protiviti Inc.
NETWORK SERVICES CO., Mount Prospect: Robert Mitchum, 54, to CEO, and continuing as president, in Schaumburg, from chief operating officer.
ACE HARDWARE CORP., Oak Brook: Rick Affolter, 54, to vice-president of finance, from director of finance at HD Supply Inc. Also, Tim Rignell, 55, to director of retail support for the Midwest region, from retail support manager, and Rick Whitson, 55, to vice-president of retail support, from director of retail support and engineering.
UNIVERSITY CENTER OF LAKE COUNTY, Grayslake: Joseph R. Kane, 56, to director of technology and business development, from managing consultant at Delta Initiative LLC.
CHARTER ONE BANK, Providence, R.I.: Stacey Reineking Sather, 36, to senior vice-president and continuing as director of public affairs for Charter One Illinois, in Chicago, from vice-president.
CLIFTON GUNDERSON LLP, Peoria: Stephen R. Meindl, 52, to board chairman, in Oak Brook, and continuing as managing partner.
FIFTH THIRD BANK, Cincinnati: Marino Orlandi, 46, to vice-president and retail regional manager for the crossroads region, in Chicago, from vice-president of business banking.
HADELROCK CAPITAL MANAGEMENT LLC, Oak Park: Joan Rockey, 38, to CEO, from director of event-driven strategies and chief operating officer at Option Opportunities Co.
KINGSMAN CAPITAL LLC, Chicago: Keith Koeneman, 40, to managing partner, from vice-president and director of the health practice at Dresner Partners.
PRIVATEBANK & TRUST CO., Chicago: Dwayne H. Bass, 43, to managing director, from assistant vice-president and private banker at National City Bank. Also, Andrew J. Thornton, 47, to managing director, from vice-president and wealth adviser for the wealth management group at Cole Taylor Bank.
NORTH SHORE COMMUNITY BANK & TRUST CO., Skokie: William Lynch, 56, to president and CEO, from senior vice-president and market manager for the middle market at J. P. Morgan Chase & Co. He succeeds Michael Kiss, 64, who became vice-chairman.
ERIE FAMILY HEALTH CENTER, Chicago: Iliana Mora, 32, to senior vice-president of strategy and business operations, from vice-president of development and community relations.
SINAI HEALTH SYSTEM, Chicago: Rachel Dvorken, 47, to executive vice-president and general counsel, from deputy general counsel at Northwestern Memorial Hospital.
ATOMOO LLC, Evanston: Jay Uhlinger, 36, to chief technology officer, from vice-president of business services at LouisClark Ltd.
IFBYPHONE INC., Skokie: Todd Curry, 40, to vice-president of marketing, from president at Ascenda Partners LLC.
GREENBERG TRAURIG LLP, Chicago: Andrew R. Cardonick, 41, to shareholder in the business reorganization and bankruptcy practice, from principal at Goldberg Kohn Bell Black Rosenbloom & Moritz Ltd.
SHEFSKY & FROELICH LTD., Chicago: Daniel R. Saeedi, 25, to associate in the litigation practice group, from law clerk. Also, Cameron Williams, 31, to associate in the corporate finance and securities practice group, from law clerk.
REMEDY, Chicago: Kelly LaClair, 27, to account supervisor, from account supervisor at Cline Davis & Mann Inc. in New York.
AMERICAN LUNG ASSN. IN THE UPPER MIDWEST, Chicago: Kelly McGrath, 43, to vice-president of communications, from director of public affairs at the Lincoln Park Zoo.
JEWISH COUNCIL FOR YOUTH SERVICES, Chicago: Ruby C. Schucker, 56, to director of philanthropic development, from president at Consultants for Causes.
LIFELINK CORP., Bensenville: Thomas J. Kiser, 49, to chairman of the board, and continuing as vice-president and general counsel at the University HealthSystem Consortium. He succeeds Christine Tani, 58, whose two-year term expired.
JOHN D. AND CATHERINE T. MacARTHUR FOUNDATION, Chicago: Buck Betten, 28, to manager of derivative strategies in the investments department, from options market maker at Susquehanna Investment Group in San Francisco. Also, Cathryn Crawford, 40, to program officer for juvenile justice, from associate clinical professor at the Northwestern School of Law and staff attorney at the Children & Family Justice Center at Northwestern's Bluhm Legal Clinic; Candice Jones, 29, to program officer for juvenile justice, from litigator at Barack Ferrazzano Kirschbaum & Nagelberg LLP, and Mijo Vodopic, 33, to program officer for housing, from senior analyst on the financial markets and community investment team at the Government Accountability Office.
ASSN. FORUM OF CHICAGOLAND, Chicago: Christie A. Tarantino, 40, to president and CEO, from executive director at the Academy of General Dentistry.
SOLOMONEDWARDS GROUP LLC, Wayne, Pa.: Karl Riley II, 26, to business development manager, in Chicago, from recruiting manager at Robert Half International Inc.
UNDERWRITERS LABORATORIES INC., Northbrook: Christian Anschuetz, 40, to chief information officer, from executive vice-president and chief information officer at Publicis Group S.A. He succeeds Mark Sklenar, 60, who left the company.
FIRST CHICAGO BANCORP, Itasca: J. Mikesell Thomas, 57, to president, CEO and director; CEO at First Chicago Bank & Trust, and continuing as principal at Castle Creek Capital. He was previously principal at First Chicago Bank & Trust. He succeeds William Ruh, 48, who continues as chairman of First Chicago Bancorp and Chicago Bank & Trust and as managing principal at Castle Creek.
NORTHWEST COMMUNITY HOSPITAL, Arlington Heights: Mia Erickson, 42, and Wayne Jagusch, 71, to board members for the hospital's foundation. Ms. Erickson is senior vice-president at Whitnell & Co., and Mr. Jagusch is president at Beacon Inc.
ONE POINT PATIENT CARE, Tempe, Ariz.: Sherwin Sorkin, 65, to president of the Illinois division, in Morton Grove, from pharmacy director at Forum Extended Care Services.
HEWLETT PACKARD CO., Palo Alto, Calif.: Dan Campbell, 47, to worldwide services principal, in Downers Grove, from services consultant.
LEVIN & PERCONTI, Chicago: Bryan Waldman, 42, to litigation partner, from partner at Sinas Dramis Brake Boughton & McIntyre P.C . in Lansing, Mich.
ABELSONTAYLOR INC., Chicago: Marissa Ori, 32, to associate creative director, from senior copywriter. Also, Eric Pernod, 37, to associate creative director, from senior art director, and Kurt Stirnkorb, 41, to senior interactive developer, from president at Stirnkorb.com Inc.
DRAFTFCB, Chicago: Jennifer Kaminski, 36, to senior vice-president and group creative director, from senior vice-president and creative director at KPR.
HYPERFACTORY, New York: Angela Steele, 32, to senior vice-president and global strategist in the Chicago office, from vice-president at Publicis Groupe S.A.
CUSHING & CO., Chicago: Carl Hansen, 53, to vice-president of operations, from director of business development. Also, Jorge Galvan, 38, to senior manager of digital production, from production manager.
RHR INTERNATIONAL CO., Wood Dale: Thomas Saporito, 56, to CEO, from president. He succeeds Allen Parchem, 62, who continues as chairman.
CLIFTON GUNDERSON LLP, Peoria: R. David Fulton, 60, to senior manager of assurance services, in Oak Brook, from director in the transaction support economic unit at McGladrey & Pullen LLP.
FIRST BANKS INC., Clayton, Mo.: Kirk Fronckiewicz, 36, to vice-president of commercial banking, in Chicago, from assistant to the president of commercial banking at LaSalle Bank N.A.
UNITED INSURANCE SERVICES LTD., Palos Heights: Patti Maly, 29, to vice-president, from office manager.
WELLS FARGO PRIVATE BANK, San Francisco: Chip Flannagan, 47, to regional manager for the Midwest region, in Chicago, from senior vice-president and regional manager for Wells Fargo Private Bank Chicago.
ARGONNE NATIONAL LABORATORY, Argonne: Peter Beckman, 45, to director of the Argonne Leadership Computing Facility, from chief architect and project director.
AMERICAN COLLEGE OF SURGEONS FOUNDATION, Chicago: Dean Rein, 49, to executive director, from senior vice-president at Carroll University in Waukesha, Wis.
SINAI HEALTH SYSTEM, Chicago: Dr. William Barnhart, 64, to geriatrics section head and site director for resident physicians at the Chicago Medical School at Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science, from associate professor of clinical medicine at the University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine at Rockford and medical director at Provena St. Anne's Center.
ILLINOIS TECHNOLOGY ASSN., Chicago: Margaret Plett, 38, to vice-president of marketing and communications, from principal at the Website Spinner.
BRYAN CAVE LLP, St. Louis: Mark A. Paskar, 35, to partner in the intellectual property and commercial litigation groups, in Chicago, from associate.
GOLDBERG KOHN BELL BLACK ROSENBLOOM & MORITZ LTD., Chicago: Holly J. Ihlanfeldt, 27, and Katherine C. Lin, 25, to associate in the commercial finance group, from student. Also, Laura E. Towbin, 25, to associate in the litigation and labor and employment groups, from student.
GRIPPO & ELDEN LLC, Chicago: Justin Sandberg, 31, to associate, from trial attorney for the federal programs branch of the Civil Division at the U.S. Department of Justice in Washington, D.C.
McDERMOTT WILL & EMERY LLP, Chicago: Mark J. Altschul, 34, and John A. Litwinski, 32, to partner in the trial practice, from associate. Also, Anne S. Becker, 31, to partner in the employee benefits practice, from associate; Christopher Lin, 31, to partner in the corporate practice, from associate, and Andrew Stone, 36, to partner in the private client practice, from associate.
BARSANTI WOODWORK CORP., Chicago: Gene Barsanti, 69, to chairman, from president.
ECHO INC., Lake Zurich: Dan Obringer, 60, to president, from senior vice-president. He succeeds Yoshi Nagao, 56, who was named president of parent company Kioritz Corp.
ELEVANCE RENEWABLE SCIENCES INC., Lisle: William McGlashan Jr., 45, to board member, and continuing as partner at Texas Pacific Group Growth.
DDB CHICAGO, Chicago: Sean McCarthy, 36, to senior vice-president and account director, from vice-president and management director at DraftFCB.
LEAPFROG ONLINE, Evanston: Tony DeNunzio, 43, to vice-president of financial services, from vice-president at Capital One Financial Corp.
UPSHOT INC., Chicago: Scott Fujii, 47, to senior vice-president of production, from vice-president of production. Also, Brian Priest, 41, to senior vice-president of creative services, from vice-president of creative services, and Mary Van De Walle, 33, to vice-president of planning, from senior planning director.
ELEANOR FOUNDATION, Chicago: Vicky Nurre, 43, to director of marketing and communications, from Chicago managing director at Taproot Foundation.
HEARTLAND INTERNATIONAL, Chicago: Julie Stagliano, 65, to president, from membership director at the Streeterville Organization of Active Residents.
JOYCE FOUNDATION, Chicago: Nina Vinik, 46, to senior program officer for the gun violence program, from legal director at the Legal Community Against Violence.
BRIDGE STRATEGY GROUP, Chicago: Ernst Csiszar, 58, to insurance industry director, from CEO at the Property Casualty Insurers Assn. of America.
HISPANIC ALLIANCE FOR CAREER ENHANCEMENT, Chicago: Olga Camargo, 35, Anthony Quinones, 42, and Marcia Vargas, 44, to board member. Ms. Camargo is head of Hispanic research and strategy at Mesirow Financial; Mr. Quinones is multicultural marketing director at American Family Insurance, and Ms. Vargas is vice-president of inclusion and diversity at McDonald's Corp.
KPMG LLP, New York: Angus J. Buchanan, 44, to principal in the U.S. integration advisory practice, in Chicago, from director. Also, Shannon Carstens, 34, to partner in the audit practice, from senior manager, and Jerry Klopfer, 40, to principal in the tax practice, from managing director.
NETWORK OF EXECUTIVE WOMEN, Chicago: Alison Kenney Paul, 50, to president, and continuing as principal in the retail and consumer products practices at Deloitte LLP.
RETIREMENT RESEARCH FOUNDATION, Chicago: Irene Frye, 57, to executive director, from vice-president of Community Memorial Foundation.
TERLATO WINES INTERNATIONAL, Lake Bluff: Steve Hissam, 43, to senior director of marketing, from group marketing director at Rémy Cointreau USA Inc. in New York.
CHICAGO BASEBALL MUSEUM, Chicago: Paul Ladewski, 57, to director of communications, from columnist, baseball writer and basketball beat reporter at the SouthtownStar.
SPERTUS INSTITUTE OF CHICAGO, Chicago: Hal M. Lewis, 55, to senior vice-president and chief operating officer, from dean of public programming and continuing education.
SHOREBANK CORP., Chicago: Timothy Rand, 60, to board member, and continuing as majority owner at Midway Airport Concessionaires and principal at Airport Restaurant Management.
WELLS FARGO PRIVATE BANK, San Francisco: Darwin F. Brown, 42, to vice-president and senior wealth management specialist, in Chicago, from senior counsel in the private wealth services group at Holland & Knight LLP.
ZURICH NORTH AMERICA COMMERCIAL, Schaumburg: Delaine Fritz, 47, to distribution executive for the distribution and regional management team, from senior vice-president of national sales and marketing at AIG Inc.
AMADESA INC., Evanston: Bob Werkema, 50, to vice-president of sales, from director of WebSphere Commerce at IBM Corp.
APPIA COMMUNICATIONS INC., Traverse City, Mich.: Tim Mahan, 58, to regional manager, in Naperville, from national account manager at M5 Networks Inc.
WHITTMANHART INTERACTIVE, Chicago: Chad Ciesil, 37, to president, from executive vice-president of client services.
MUCH SHELIST DENENBERG AMENT & RUBENSTEIN P.C., Chicago: Kurt M. Carlson, 43, to equity principal and chair of the bankruptcy practice, from partner at Tishler & Wald Ltd. Also, Martin J. Wasserman, 30, to associate, concentrating in commercial bankruptcy and litigation, from associate at Tishler & Wald.
ARMENT DIETRICH INC., Chicago: Diane Blazek, 45, to vice-president, focusing on strategic business development, from president and publisher at Ball Publishing.
MASI LTD., Barrington: J. R. Samples, 52, to consultant, from chief encouragement officer at Accountability Partners.
REMEDY CHICAGO INC., Chicago: Mary Paskell, 51, to vice-president of strategy, from vice-president of marketing at ComPsych Corp.
RIVET CHICAGO, Chicago: Tom Hansen, 50, to managing director, from executive creative director at Wunderman Chicago.
ZIG, Toronto: Ryan Wilson, 34, to strategist, in Chicago, from senior account planner at Energy BBDO.
AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY, Atlanta: Dr. Mary Maryland, 55, to president of the Illinois division, in Oak Park. She continues as a board-certified adult nurse practitioner at NP Care of Illinois LLC and as a staff nurse at Gottlieb Memorial Hospital.
GLOBAL FOODBANKING NETWORK, Chicago: David Prendergast, 54, to president and CEO, from senior vice-president of planning at Feeding America. He replaces Robert Forney, 67, who left the organization.
METRO CHICAGO AMERICAN HEART ASSN., Chicago: Robert Mendonsa, 49, to vice-chairman of the board, and continuing as president of small and middle markets for the North Central region at Aetna Inc.
WORKING IN THE SCHOOLS, Chicago: David Babst, 34, Federico Flores, 53, Julie Lilliston, 38, Rudy Pamintuan, 37, and Amelia Richardson, 43, to board member. Mr. Babst is a senior financial analyst at Google Inc.; Mr. Flores is principal at Peabody Elementary School; Ms. Lilliston is a vice-president at Weber Shandwick Worldwide; Mr. Pamintuan is president at Sherman Worldwide Inc., and Ms. Richardson is president of Bell Financial Benefits Inc.
ACQUITY GROUP LLC, Chicago: Andrew Tubbs, 38, to vice-president of managed services, from director of managed services.
ADAMS HARRIS INC., Chicago: Jeffrey LeVant, 43, to managing director, from senior director of client development.
INTERNATIONAL HOUSEWARES ASSN., Rosemont: Steven G. Fraser, 59, to board member, and continuing as chairman and CEO at Wilton Products Inc.
KEYSTONE GROUP, Chicago: Brian L. Stewart, 37, to director, from senior principal.
MIDTOWN TENNIS CLUB, Chicago: Joe Lyden, 55, to director of platform tennis, from tennis professional.
COLUMBIA COLLEGE CHICAGO, Chicago: Georgia Fogelson, 68, to trustee, and continuing as director at the Fogelson Foundation.
PACKER ENGINEERING INC., Naperville: Doyle Skinner, 59, to business development, from president and CEO at Veterans Technology Inc. Also, Tim Tocwish, 44, to staff consultant, from commander at the U.S. Marine Wing Support Squadron 473.
CROWE CAPITAL MARKETS LLC, Chicago: Thomas J. McGrath, 58, to managing director and head of debt capital markets, from managing director at J. P. Morgan Securities.
MILLENNIUM TRUST CO., Oak Brook: Nancy Weiler, 60, to senior relationship manager of automatic rollovers, from business operations manager at Verizon Communications Inc.
RALLY CAPITAL SERVICES LLC, Chicago: David N. Missner, 67, to senior financial consultant, from managing partner of the bankruptcy and insolvency group at DLA Piper.
ATOMOO LLC, Evanston: Daniel L. Newman, 27, to vice-president of sales and marketing, from director of channel development for the Central U.S. at AMX Corp. in Richardson, Texas.
SCENE GENESIS INC., Rochester, N.Y.: Alan Murdy, 47, to director of industry relations for the SceneExchange program, in Chicago, from director of national accounts and field services at Fix Auto.
LAVELLE LAW LTD., Palatine: Lance Ziebell, 36, to attorney, focusing on the home health care and small business practice groups, from law clerk.
PUGH JONES JOHNSON & QUANDT P.C., Chicago: Jorge V. Cazares, 45, to partner, from general counsel at the Chicago Housing Authority.
SCANDAGLIA & RYAN, Chicago: René Hertsberg, 25, to associate, concentrating in commercial and patent litigation and personal injury defense, from student.
J. LYNNE PR, Chicago: Lynne Bredfeldt, 25, to president, from account supervisor at Margie Korshak Inc.
WOLTERS KLUWER LAW & BUSINESS, Riverwoods: Stacey Caywood, 44, to president and CEO, from vice-president of the legal professional group.
ALVAREZ & MARSAL HOLDINGS LLC, Chicago: Barry Brunsman, 43, to managing director, from associate principal at McKinsey & Co.
ANALYSIS GROUP, Boston: Andrew Y. Wong, 33, to managing principal, in Chicago, from vice-president.
AUTO DRIVEAWAY, Chicago: Rodney Ruth, 43, to CEO, and continuing as president. Also, Scott Okun, 49, to national director of sales and marketing, from general manager of I-Pass at the Illinois Tollway.
CAPITAL FORENSICS INC., Arlington Heights: Vadim Khavinson, 28, to president, from vice-president. He succeeds Jay Rosen, 60, who is continuing as chairman.
DELOITTE FINANCIAL ADVISORY SERVICES LLP, New York: Stephen Fattore, 49, to director in the business valuation practice, in Chicago, from senior manager.
FREEMAN, Dallas: Anne Houghton, 44, to vice-president of creative accounts, in Chicago, from senior vice-president of design and creative at Exhibitgroup/Giltspur.
ILLINOIS ALCOHOLISM AND DRUG DEPENDENCE ASSN., Springfield: Peter Palanca, 57, to vice-chair of the board, and continuing as vice-president at Treatment Alternatives for Safe Communities Inc. in Chicago.
MICROTEK INC., Downers Grove: Mark Clausen, 44, to president, from senior vice-president at Acosta Food Sales and Marketing in Jacksonville, Fla.
PRICEWATERHOUSECOOPERS LLP, New York: Richard L. Baird, 52, to co-leader of the global and U.S. people and change practice, in Chicago, from managing partner of people.
TATUM LLC, Atlanta: Carla Carstens, 57, to principal, in Chicago, from president at Carstens Associates. Also, John Harding, 64, to partner, from executive director of client services at Infohealth Management Corp. and interim chief information officer at Rush North Shore Medical Center.
W. W. GRAINGER INC., Lake Forest: Michael A. Pulick, 44, to president of Grainger Industrial Supply, and continuing as a senior vice-president, from senior vice-president of customer service. He succeeds Y. C. Chen, 61, who retired.
ACADEMIC APPROACH LLC, Chicago: Maureen Perou, 49, to chief marketing officer, from vice-president of marketing and communications at the Pampered Chef Ltd.
GROHE AMERICA INC., Bloomingdale: Jeffrey C. Ackerberg, 46, to president and CEO, from president of global workspace tools at Acco Brands Inc.
ORBITZ WORLDWIDE INC., Chicago: Jeffrey Davidoff, 45, to senior vice-president and chief marketing officer, from vice-president of brand marketing and communications at Whirlpool Corp.
FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF CHICAGO, Chicago: Dan Reimann, 49, to vice-president in the technology group, from assistant vice-president of program operations in the customer relations and support office. Also, Brett Schur, 39, to assistant vice-president in the audit department, from internal audit manager.
REZNICK GROUP P.C., Bethesda, Md.: Jeffrey F. Cunningham, 44, to principal, in Chicago, from senior manager.
WELLS FARGO PRIVATE BANK, San Francisco: Allison Getz, 46, to assistant vice-president of elder services, in Chicago, from co-owner at Chicagoland Caregivers.
WTAS LLC, San Francisco: Kevin P. Burns, 42, to managing director, in Chicago, from partner at Grant Thornton LLP. Also, Julie A. Gilroy, 48, to director, from managing director at True Partners Consulting LLC.
THOUGHTWORKS INC., Chicago: Craig Gorsline, 38, to managing director for the U.S., from head of global sales.
DYKEMA GOSSETT PLLC, Detroit: Steven McMahon Zeller, 41, to of counsel in the intellectual property litigation practice group, in Chicago, from partner at Jenner & Block LLP.
FRANCZEK RADELET & ROSE P.C., Chicago: David P. Radelet, 52, and Charles P. Rose, 51, to name partners, from partners at Franczek & Sullivan. They succeed William Sullivan, 65, who was named senior counsel.
REED SMITH LLP, Chicago: Zack Z. Dong, 51, to counsel in the corporate and securities group and member of the China team, from partner at Baker & Daniels LLP in Indianapolis.
THOMPSON COURT REPORTERS INC., Chicago: Angela Larimer, 40, to account manager, from account executive at West Court Reporting Service.
STACK-ON PRODUCTS CO., Wauconda: Don Pannier, 44, to executive vice-president, from vice-president and general manager of the ModuLight division at Juno Lighting Inc.
EURO RSCG CHICAGO, Chicago: Rose Cameron, 39, to chief strategy officer, from senior vice-president and planning director at Leo Burnett Worldwide Inc.
JEWISH UNITED FUND/JEWISH FEDERATION OF METROPOLITAN CHICAGO, Chicago: Emily Muskovitz Sweet, 32, to executive director of the Jewish Women's Foundation of Chicago, from program director at the Mayor's Office on Domestic Violence for the city of Chicago.
ARCHSTONE CONSULTING LLC, Stamford, Conn.: Glenn Lapidus, 40, to principal in the operations practice, in Chicago, from partner executive at IBM Global Business Services.
DELOITTE TAX LLP, New York: Michael Gilson, 39, Wolfe Tone, 34, and Kelley Wilson, 35, to partner, in Chicago, from senior manager. Also, Philippe Penelle, 42, to principal, from senior manager, and Robert Baird, 39, Laura Edell, 38, Joseph Gurney, 36, John McNally, 47, Margaret Nowak, 48, Ilene Porwancher, 44, and Rive Rutke, 36, to director, from senior manager.
TATUM LLC, Atlanta: Donna Arends, 46, to partner, in Chicago, from financial adviser. Also, Mary Lou Bartlett, 56, to partner, from senior vice-president and division head at Bank of America Corp.; Fred Benjamin, 56, to partner, from CEO of Access Medical Services LLC; Mike Clauer, 51, to partner, from executive vice-president at Apogee Enterprises Inc., and Gary Rietz, 52, to partner, from vice-president and chief information officer at Ubiquity Brands Holdings LLC.
TTX CO., Chicago: Sharon Harmsworth, 50, to vice-president of equipment, from assistant vice-president of engineering and research.
EASTON-BELL SPORTS INC., Van Nuys, Calif.: Dan Arment, 47, to president of the Riddell business, in Des Plaines, from executive vice-president and general manager of the mass-market business in Saratoga, Calif.
CCH INC., Riverwoods: Scott Gruchot, 45, to vice-president of advance technology, from chief technology officer at SunGard Data Systems Inc.
CITIZENS FINANCIAL BANK, Munster, Ind.: Rosemarie Smidt, 45, to senior personal banker, in Darien, from loan officer at Bank of America Corp.
FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF CHICAGO, Chicago: Spencer Krane, 52, to senior vice-president of economic research, from vice-president and economic adviser. Also, Jerome Julian, 52, to vice-president of central bank services, from assistant vice-president in credit risk management; Mark Green, 49, to assistant vice-president of the law enforcement unit, from assistant vice-president at the Midway check processing facility, and Katie Wisby, 32, to assistant vice-president of payments system risk and discount window and central bank services technical support, from manager of discount window and payments system risk.
HORTON GROUP INC., Orland Park: James Helfert, 57, to president of corporate accounts, from executive vice-president and director of brokerage operations at Aon Corp.
MB FINANCIAL BANK, Chicago: Jerry V. Kallio, 41, to first vice-president of commercial banking, in Rosemont, from first vice-president and business development officer at LaSalle Bank N.A.
U.S. MANUFACTURING COUNCIL, Washington, D.C.: Jason Speer, 33, to member and chair of the sustainable manufacturing subcommittee, and continuing as vice-president and general manager at Quality Float Works Inc.
ONEPOINT PATIENT CARE, Tempe, Ariz.: Gregory P. Dyke, 48, to president of clinical consulting, in Chicago, from vice-president of palliative services and new business development at Rainbow Hospice.
WEISS MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, Chicago: Kris Alden, 38, to orthopedic surgeon. He recently completed a fellowship in lower extremity reconstruction in Rochester, Minn.
COZEN O'CONNOR, Chicago: Jeffrey Weil, 57, to member and chair of the commercial litigation department, from senior partner at Dechert LLP.
DYKEMA GOSSETT PLLC, Detroit: John E. Conour, 36, to patent agent in the intellectual property department, in Chicago, from patent agent at McCracken & Frank LLP.
NEAL GERBER & EISENBERG LLP, Chicago: Miranda K. Mandel, 51, to chief operating officer, from general counsel.
STAHL COWEN CROWLEY ADDIS LLC, Chicago: Shelly A. DeRousse, 34, to partner, concentrating in business restructuring, from associate at Sugar & Felsenthal LLP.
UNGARETTI & HARRIS LLP, Chicago: Kamau A. Coar, 32, and Keith E. Edeus, 38, to litigation partner, from litigation associate. Also, Julie E. Treumann, 36, to corporate, securities and finance partner, from corporate, securities and finance associate.
BRANDIMAGE-DESGRIPPES & LAGA, Cincinnati: Alison Schulte, 42, to vice-president of strategy and account service, in Chicago, from senior partner and global business director at JWT Chicago.
DRAFTFCB CHICAGO, Chicago: Simon El Hage, 55, to senior vice-president, and group management director of multicultural marketing, from director of strategic marketing and client services at Lopez Negrete Communications in Houston. Also, Sean McGrath, 44, to senior vice-president and group management director of the Coors brand, from vice-president and management director.
EDIBLE INK, Chicago: Lauri DeGiacomo, 30, to partner and marketing director, from director of marketing at Blast Marketing. Also, Britt Roehm, 34, to partner and publicity director, from director of public relations at Blast Marketing.
RIVET, Chicago: Mitchell Branstetter, 31, to senior copywriter, from senior manager of creative communications at Cargo in Greenville, S.C. Also, Laurel Stepp, 32, to account supervisor, from freelancer, and Ron Szafarczyk, 36, to associate creative director, from associate creative director at Kaleidoscope.
TBA GLOBAL, Los Angeles: Richard Luker, 55, to chief strategy officer, in Chicago, from chief strategic officer at Relay Worldwide.
CIRCESTEEM, Chicago: Richard Friedman, 57, to executive director, from interim executive director at the Deeply Rooted Dance Theater.
EPILEPSY FOUNDATION OF GREATER CHICAGO, Chicago: Stevie Ball, 61, to vice-president of development, from CEO at the Fairygodmother Foundation.
GATEWAY FOR CANCER RESEARCH, Schaumburg: Lynette Bisconti, 45, to president, from volunteer patient advocate for breast cancer education and research.
CAPGEMINI U.S. LLC, Paris: Les Levy, 46, to vice-president, in Chicago, from managing director at BearingPoint Inc.
DELOITTE & TOUCHE LLP, Chicago: Brad Garrett, 33, and Seema Pajula, 35, to partner in the audit and enterprise risk services practice, from senior manager. Also, Daniel Poliquin, 38, to principal in the audit and enterprise risk services practice, from senior manager, and Kathleen Candela, 35, Michael Chung, 46, Tracey Guidry, 38, and Tim Steinke, 42, to director in the audit and enterprise risk services practice, from senior manager.
NAVIGANT CONSULTING INC., Chicago: Michael LoGiudice, 53, to director, from principal at Dempsey Partners.
OPTIMAL ENERGY LLC, Arlington Heights: Martin J. Meadow, 52, to director of business development, from senior project development manager at Airoom Inc.
RECAPTURED ENERGY TECHNOLOGIES, Chicago: Jim Schofield, 47, to vice-president of business development, from vice-president of national operations at Grubb & Ellis Co.
TERLATO WINE GROUP, Lake Bluff: David Lane, 38, to chief operating officer, from chief marketing officer. Also, Susan Pils, 47, to vice-president of human resources, from vice-president of organizational development at First Industrial Realty Trust.
McDONALD'S CORP., Oak Brook: William Whitman Jr., 47, to vice-president of U.S. communications, from senior director of media relations and public affairs.
ROBERT W. BAIRD & CO., Milwaukee: Richard P. Conklin, 45, to managing director on the equity capital markets team, responsible for the industrial and real estate sectors, in Chicago, from head of global investment management at ProLogis.
CHRISTIAN BROS. INVESTMENT SERVICES INC., New York: Frederick M. Devlin, 63, to vice-president of business development and marketing, in Oak Brook, from managing director and chief marketing officer at Fiduciary Management Associates. Also, James R. Grant Jr., 52, to vice-president of participant services, from regional director, and Daniel P. Nielsen, 37, to director of socially responsible investing, from manager of socially responsible investing at the general board of pension and health benefits for the United Methodist Church.
McGLADREY & PULLEN LLP, Chicago: Danny Altschul, 36, Shari Kathe, 42, and Jon Waterman, 35, to partner, from director.
STOUT RISIUS ROSS INC., Chicago: Jeffrey G. Pelegrin, 47, to managing director in the valuation and financial opinions group and chief standards officer of the real estate valuation and advisory services group, from principal and managing director at Integra Realty Resources.
ZIEGLER COS., Chicago: Peggy Weingartz, 41, to director in the health care finance practice, from director of credit and financial products at Citigroup Global Capital Markets.
ADVOCATE HEALTH CARE, Oak Brook: W. Thomas Summerfelt, 43, to vice-president of research, in Park Ridge, from executive director of the Center for Health and the Social Sciences and research associate assistant professor in the department of medicine at the University of Chicago.
HORIZON THERAPEUTICS INC., Skokie: Robert J. De Vaere, 50, to executive vice-president and chief financial officer, from CFO at IDM Pharma Inc. in Irvine, Calif.
PEPID LLC, Evanston: David Bledsoe, 48, to managing director of sales and marketing, from vice-president of business development at Bankers Life & Casualty Co.
TELEMEDICINE SOLUTIONS LLC, Wilmette: David R. Devereaux, 46, to executive vice-president, from president and chief operating officer at Beverly Healthcare.
CHARLES E. DOBRUSIN & ASSOCIATES LTD., Chicago: Steven M. Bonneau, 37, to senior attorney, from associate at Handler Thayer & Duggan LLC.
GREENBERG TRAURIG LLP, Chicago: Michael G. Rogers, 48, to of counsel in the tax practice, from staff attorney at Sidley Austin LLP.
LEVIN GINSBURG, Chicago: Jeffrey M. Galkin, 43, to partner, concentrating in commercial real estate, from partner at Neal Gerber & Eisenberg LLP.
THOMPSON COBURN LLP, St. Louis: Jodie Distler Hanzlik, 31, to associate, from associate at McDermott Will & Emery LLP.
BARSANTI WOODWORK CORP., Chicago: Paul Kelly, 38, to president, from executive vice-president.
ANTHEM MARKETING SOLUTIONS, Chicago: Christopher N. Carroll, 39, to partner and chief operating officer, from vice-president of financial products and services at the Professional Education Institute.
Q INTERACTIVE, Chicago: Bob Girolamo, 34, to regional vice-president of West coast sales, from vice-president of the strategic accounts group. Also, Ryan Maher, 32, to regional vice-president of East coast sales, from sales director.
RELAY WORLDWIDE, Chicago: Tim Mauer, 45, to CEO, from chief operations officer.
CHICAGO COMMUNITY TRUST, Chicago: Tom Irvine, 47, to chief information officer and vice-president, from vice-president for worldwide operations and technology at Northern Trust Co. Also, Eva Penar, 31, to manager of public relations, from marketing manager of events, promotions and publicity at Time Out Chicago.
CENTURY 21 CP REALTY, Chicago: Declan Cooney, 32, to realtor, from realtor at Century 21 Sussex & Reilly.
TAURUS REALTY PARTNERS, Northbrook: Marat Safir, 34, to president, from associate vice-president at UGL Equis.
CAMBRIDGE GROUP, Chicago: Richard J. Srednicki, 60, to director. He is retired as CEO of Chase Card Services at J. P. Morgan Chase & Co.
EARTHWISE ENVIRONMENTAL INC., Bensenville: Bob Warnecke, 53, to vice-president of engineering, from director of engineering at HOH Chemicals Inc.
FOUNDATION SOURCE, Fairfield, Conn.: Sharon Schneider, 33, to philanthropic director, in Chicago, from vice-president of client services.
HAMMERSCHLAG & CO. INC., Chicago: Bryan Schroeder, 26, to director of acquisitions, from associate at Globe Realty.
INSTITUTE OF FOOD TECHNOLOGISTS, Chicago: Tom Jones, 47, to director of business partnerships, from associate publisher at Refrigerated & Frozen Foods magazine.
PRIME ADVANTAGE CORP., Chicago: Mike McDonald, 37, to vice-president of new business relationships, from director of member recruitment.
ROLAND BERGER STRATEGY CONSULTANTS, Munich, Germany: James Nelles, 39, to partner and consultant on procurement, supply chain management, network design and corporate strategy, in Chicago, from associate partner at McKinsey & Co.
T-MOBILE USA INC., Bellevue, Wash.: Jay Gerak, 46, to managing attorney for the Central region engineering and operations division, in Downers Grove, from assistant general counsel at Apac Customer Services Inc.
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT CHICAGO, Chicago: Nancy Sullivan, 35, to director of the office of technology management, and continuing as senior director of business development at KeraCure Inc., from director of the Women's Entrepreneurial Life Sciences Initiative at Northwestern University.
STERLING ENGINEERING INC., Elmhurst: Tim Silkaitis, 37, to vice-president of finance, from controller. Also, Greg Simutis, 45, to vice-president, and continuing as human resources manager.
ALLSTATE INSURANCE CO., Northbrook: Joseph J. Richardson Jr., 48, to senior vice-president of protection distribution, from vice-president of the Eastern market operating committee.
LBC CREDIT PARTNERS, Philadelphia: Allan Allweiss, 52, to managing director, in Chicago, from executive vice-president in the commercial and industrial division at CIT Group.
METROPOLITAN CHICAGO HEALTHCARE COUNCIL, Chicago: Trish Anen, 52, to vice-president for clinical services, from vice-president for operations and chief nursing officer at Edward Hospital.
ST. JOSEPH HOSPITAL, Chicago: Kathy Cooley-Ponds, 54, to magnet coordinator, from clinical specialist and educator for the critical care unit. Also, H. Rosemary Kaminski, 55, to clinical nurse manager at the Laboure Outpatient Clinic, from manager at the Lakeview Health Center, and Wendy Starr, 53, to patient navigator at the Center for Cancer Care, from clinical nurse manager for the physician time share.
TELEMEDICINE SOLUTIONS LLC, Wilmette: David R. Devereaux, 46, to executive vice-president, from president and chief operating officer at Beverly Healthcare. Also, Mike Diamond, 39, to senior vice-president of sales and marketing, from managing partner of sales and acquisitions at In Sight Technologies.
LEYDIG VOIT & MAYER LTD., Chicago: Christopher K. Leach, 36, to associate, from senior area manager at Brown & Williamson Tobacco Corp. in Macon, Ga. Also, Emer L. Simic, 27, to associate, from judicial extern for Judge Bill Taylor in the Circuit Court of Cook County.
MUCH SHELIST DENENBERG AMENT & RUBENSTEIN P.C., Chicago: Michael T. Beirne, 42, James R. Carroll, 61, Martin J. O'Hara, 39, and William R. Quinlan, 68, to principal in the litigation and dispute resolution practice, from partner at Quinlan & Carroll Ltd. Mr. Carroll continues as special counsel to the Illinois secretary of state. Also, Shawn M. Staples, 26, to associate, from associate at Quinlan & Carroll.
SCANDAGLIA & RYAN, Chicago: Sara Youn, 29, to associate, from staff attorney at Perkins Coie LLP in Seattle.
ELEVANCE RENEWABLE SCIENCES INC., Bolingbrook: Kenneth J. Christy, 59, to business platform leader, from vice-president at Arch Chemicals Inc. in Atlanta.
CENTER FOR NEIGHBORHOOD TECHNOLOGY, Chicago: Julia Parzen, 53, to chair, and continuing as president at JP Consulting. Also, Maria Choca Urban, 51, to director for transportation and community development, from general manager for policy and strategic solutions at the Chicago Transit Authority.
COMMON THREADS, Chicago: Kristin Weiss, 30, to director of development, from development officer at the Chicago Children's Choir.
NATIONAL SAFETY COUNCIL, Itasca: Roger Marks, 56, to executive director for international affairs, from equity partner at Retail Concepts International LLC.
RSM McGLADREY INC., Chicago: Randy Dunlap, 36, and Jason Klein, 36, to managing director, in Chicago, from director.
RUSSELL REYNOLDS ASSOCIATES INC., New York: Deepti Mangla, 28, to consultant in the consumer and technology sectors, in Chicago, from marketing manager at American Express Co. Also, Ed Starr, 30, to consultant in the financial services sector, from associate at Morgan Stanley.
CHICAGO DANCE & MUSIC ALLIANCE, Chicago: Emily Herr, 30, to executive director, from program director at Looptopia.
CALUMET PHOTOGRAPHIC INC., Oak Brook: Brendan Sullivan, 38, to chief marketing officer and group director, from director of merchandise planning at CDW Corp.
BCS FINANCIAL CORP., Oakbrook Terrace: Robert J. Krueger, 59, to executive vice-president of insurance operations, from senior vice-president. Also, Henry A. Carpenter, 58, to senior vice-president, and continuing as general counsel and secretary, from vice-president; David J. Jacobs, 48, to senior vice-president in the actuarial and underwriting group, from vice-president of actuarial services; Susan A. Pickar, 40, to senior vice-president of finance and treasurer, from vice-president and controller; Jacqueline B. Kohns, 46, to senior vice-president of insurance administration, from senior vice-president and chief administrative officer, and Dale E. Palka, 60, to senior vice-president of financial services, from senior vice-president.
CHARTER ONE BANK, Providence, R.I.: Bill Chibe, 51, to mortgage loan officer, in Naperville, from loan officer at Bank of America Corp. Also, Sly Marinca, 29, to mortgage loan officer, in Algonquin, from senior mortgage loan officer at Bank of America.
HOULIHAN LOKEY HOWARD & ZUKIN INC., Los Angeles: Matthew Niemann, 44, to managing director and co-head of the Midwest restructuring practice, from managing director at Cerberus Capital Chicago.
SUMMIT FINANCIAL RESOURCES, Salt Lake City: Debbie Sill, 49, to vice-president of business development for the Midwest region, in Naperville, from vice-president at Greystone Business Credit.
SEO LOGIC, Oak Park: Gene Daly, 46, to CEO, from president and CEO at Ketchum Directory Advertising. He succeeds C. J. Newton, 39, who is now chief strategic officer.
DYKEMA GOSSETT PLLC, Detroit: Sonya Olds Som, 36, to of counsel in the employment practice group, in Chicago, from chair of the immigration practice group at Laner Muchin Dombrow Becker Levin & Tominberg Ltd.
MUCH SHELIST DENENBERG AMENT & RUBENSTEIN P.C., Chicago: James M. Kunick, 45, to principal in the intellectual property practice group, from partner at McCracken & Frank LLP.
REED SMITH, Chicago: Stanley C. Nardoni, 52, to counsel in the insurance recovery group, from counsel at Mayer Brown LLP.
BISON GEAR & ENGINEERING CORP., St. Charles: Sylvia Wetzel, 47, to chief learning officer, from manager of corporate training and development.
DRAFTFCB, Chicago: Stacy Dilling, 36, and Karyn Kerner, 46, to senior vice-president and group management director, from vice-president and management director.
INKTEL DIRECT, Wood Dale: A. J. Morales, 34, to director of business development, from sales executive at R.R. Donnelley & Sons Co.
KATHY SCHAEFFER & ASSOCIATES INC., Chicago: Bob Musinski, 40, to account supervisor, from assistant city editor at the Daily Herald.
TIMEZONEONE, Chicago: Lor Gold, 58, to global chief creative officer, from global managing director and chief creative officer at Rivet.
EARTHWISE ENVIRONMENTAL INC., Bensenville: Larry McLaughlin, 54, to district manager for the Midwest region, from field account manager.
DAVID GOMEZ & ASSOCIATES INC., Chicago: Peter M. Gomez, 42, to principal, from group director.
NATIONAL SAFETY COUNCIL, Itasca: Michael E. Pollock, 40, to vice-president of development, from vice-president of external affairs at Thresholds Psychiatric Rehabilitation Centers.
GETTYS, Chicago: Maureen O'Grady, 40, pictured to vice-president and principal, from vice-president of client relations at Boxport. Duk Kim, 36, to vice-president, from senior project designer. Russell Mann, 33, to vice-president of finance, from director of planning and analysis in the circulation and consumer marketing department at the Chicago Tribune. Chris McDonough, 37, to design director, from senior project manager. And Amanda Wurzbach, 32, to marketing and brand director, from director of marketing at Levy Restaurants.
GREC ARCHITECTS LLC, Chicago: Mark Brinkman, 50, and Dan Sumita, 46, to associate principal, from senior architect.
RTKL, Chicago: Frank Pettinati, 49, to vice-president, from associate principal and project director at Perkins & Will.
SMITHGROUP, Detroit: Angie Lee, 48, to board member, and continuing as vice-president and workplace studio leader in the Chicago office. Bob Kempa, 45, and Naomi White, 30, to associate, from professional staff.
MORTON ARBORETUM, Lisle: Dr. Stephen C. Gieser, 47, to trustee, and continuing as glaucoma consultant and partner at Wheaton Eye Clinic.
BIRD-X INC., Chicago: Dave Kogan, 35, to marketing manager, from marketing associate and public relations manager at R. S. Owens.
MERISANT WORLDWIDE INC., Chicago: Jonathan Cole, 44, to vice-president of business development, from vice-president and general counsel.
MIDTOWN TENNIS CLUB, Chicago: Fernando Rosa, 32, to club manager, from adult group instruction director.
SOLO CUP CO., Highland Park: Bob LeBlanc, 48, to vice-president of food-service sales, from executive vice-president at Blacksmith Applications Inc.
DEVRY UNIVERSITY, Oakbrook Terrace: Susan Brauer, 60, to technology dean for the Chicago campus, from section manager of government and public safety at Motorola Inc. She succeeds Wyvette R. Hoffman, 63, who was promoted.
ALLSTATE CORP., Northbrook: Patrick M. O'Brien, 37, to president of Allstate Motor Club and Partnership Marketing Group and assistant vice-president in the emerging businesses group at Allstate. He was previously president of Partnership Marketing Group.
FREEDOM TITLE CORP., Rolling Meadows: Charles J. Vachout Jr., 57, to senior national counsel in the commercial division, from resident vice-president and senior national counsel for the national division of the Chicago Commercial Center at Chicago Title Insurance Co.
LBC CREDIT PARTNERS, Philadelphia: Allan Allweiss, 52, to managing director, in Chicago, from executive vice-president at CIT Commercial & Industrial.
LIVINGSTONE PARTNERS, Chicago: James Moskal, 36, to managing director, from director at Lazard Middle Market.
ADVOCATE PHYSICIAN PARTNERS, Oak Brook: Adam J. Park, 37, to director of managed care contracting, from regional director of provider networks at the Preferred Plan.
RESURRECTION MEDICAL CENTER, Chicago: Carole Miserendino, 51, to vice-president of patient services and chief nursing officer, from vice-president of interval nursing operations at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center in Pittsburgh.
LIBERTY TECHNOLOGY ADVISORS LLC, Northbrook: Chuck Southwick, 59, to director of business development, from senior vice-president of sales at Sysix Solutions.
COMCAST SPORTSNET, Chicago: Charlie Schumacher, 48, to senior news director, from assistant news director at WGN-TV/Channel 9. He succeeds Joe Riley, 34, who was named senior director of news programming at the Golf Channel.
EDELMAN, Chicago: Kevin Cook, 42, and Caroline Dettman, 36, to managing director, from general manager.
SAFER FOUNDATION, Chicago: Kenneth Clarke, 38, to associate vice-president of fund development and marketing, from director of major gifts and gift planning at the Shedd Aquarium.
LODGING CAPITAL PARTNERS LLC, Chicago: Ian Davis, 39, to principal, from director at Credit Suisse.
LORD COS. LLC, Chicago: Heide Schulz, 31, to retail broker, from industrial broker at Cushman & Wakefield Inc.
NRC REALTY ADVISORS LLC, Chicago: Anthony Bergamino, 45, to senior vice-president, from senior vice-president of acquisitions at American Invsco.
UGL EQUIS CORP., Chicago: Fred Waldman, 50, to senior vice-president, from vice-president. Mark Baffa, 36, to assistant vice-president, from training manager. And Jeremy Bressman, 29, to assistant vice-president, from senior associate.
COOK ASSOCIATES INC., Chicago: Sarah Barnes, 28, to director of marketing communications, from marketing project manager at Discover Financial Services.
JET SUPPORT SERVICES INC., Chicago: Joe Hagin, 52, to CEO, from deputy chief of staff to President George W. Bush in Washington, D.C.
SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC, Paris: Doug Ford, 36, to vice-president of mergers and acquisitions, in Palatine, from director of business development and strategy. He succeeds Carina Ho, 36, who was named head of investor relations.
UNDERWRITERS LABORATORIES INC., Northbrook: George Williams, 47, to board member, and continuing as senior vice-president of operations at Commonwealth Edison Co.