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David Veighey to project superintendent, FH Martin, Warren, from project superintendent, McCarthy & Smith Inc., Farmington Hills. Also, Frank Mahlau to project superintendent, from project superintendent, Skanska USA, Southfield.

CONSULTING

Christie Mosher to president and CEO, Home Travel Consulting, Canton Township, from president and COO; also, Dan Myers to senior vice president of finance and CFO, from relationship manager, Chase Manhattan Bank, Farmington Hills; Ann-Marie Richardson to senior vice president and COO, from senior vice president; and Christopher Horne to chairman, from CEO.

DISTRIBUTORS

Dan Jenkins to manager of rebuying, Handleman Co., Troy, from product forecasting and distribution manager. Also, Tim Collier to performance analysis and finance manager, operations department, from senior internal auditor.

FINANCE

Ralph Babb Jr., chairman and CEO, Comerica Inc. and Comerica Bank; James Cordes, retired executive vice president, The Coastal Corp.; Peter Cummings, chairman, Ram Realty Services; William Vititoe, retired chairman, president and CEO, Washington Energy Co.; and Kenneth Way, retired chairman and CEO, Lear Corp., all elected to the board of directors, Comerica Inc., Detroit and Dallas, for a three-year term of office.

Steve Moore to managing director of investment management and trust, Fifth Third Bank Eastern Michigan, Southfield, from director of trust administration and business development, LaSalle Bank, Troy. Also, Pete Garasoulas to senior portfolio manager, from senior portfolio manager, LaSalle Bank, Troy; and Sally Dale-Vaughn to personal trust relationship manager, from personal trust administrator, Wealth Management Division, LaSalle Bank, Troy.

Steven Terhaar to president, United Structured Finance Co., Ann Arbor, from vice president and senior SBA lender, KeyBank N.A., Ann Arbor. Also, Michael Chatas to executive vice president, from vice president of business banking, KeyBank N.A., Ann Arbor.

Kay Thornton to tax staff associate, The Rehmann Group, Farmington Hills, from tax intern.

HEALTH CARE

Michael Maddens to chief, department of internal medicine, Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak, from interim chief of internal medicine.

Gary Stoykovich to administrative director of diagnostic imaging, St. John Macomb Hospital, Warren, and St. John Oakland Hospital, Madison Heights, from director of diagnostic imaging and cardiology services, St. John Oakland Hospital.

INFO/TECHNOLOGY

Scott Goodwin to vice president of operations, OpTech L.L.C., Detroit, from director of recruiting.

LAW

Audrey DiMarzo to partner, corporate and securities department, Honigman Miller Schwartz and Cohn L.L.P., Ann Arbor, from member, Hooper Hathaway P.C., Ann Arbor.

MARKETING

David Lockwood to executive vice president, director strategic planning, Campbell-Ewald, Warren, from senior vice president, director account planning. Also, David Linabury to senior vice president, social media experience manager, from experience planning manager; Karen Campbell to senior vice president, media director, from senior vice president for OnStar/Buick, GM Planworks, Detroit; Helen Rungwerth Giles to senior vice president, director national broadcast and video integration, from brand advertising director, Capital One, Richmond, Va.; Maureen Johnson to senior vice president, digital quality assurance manager, from client systems manager, Minacs, Farmington Hills; Casey Ingle to vice president, manager account planning, from manager account planning; and Christopher Moritz to vice president, experience planning manager, from experience planner.

Rich Donley to account director, Airfoil Public Relations, Southfield, from vice president and partner, Bianchi Public Relations, Troy. Also, Amy Bryson to account supervisor, from vice president, Fishman Public Relations, Chicago; and Ried Artis to account supervisor, from senior account executive, business-to-business group.

MEDIA

Matt Sharp to publisher, Michigan Business Review, Novi, Ann Arbor and Kalamazoo, from sales and marketing director, Ann Arbor Business Review, Ann Arbor, and Oakland Business Review, Novi.

NONPROFITS

Diane McCloskey to director of community projects, The Heat and Warmth Fund, Detroit, from communications and public affairs manager.

James Gilbert to director of housing services, Lutheran Social Services of Michigan, Detroit, from director of housing and community development for the city of Westland.

David Cherry to program development officer, The Guidance Center, Southgate, from grants manager, City Connect Detroit, Detroit.

Jeff Griffith to communications director, Mayor's Time, Detroit, from communications officer, Catholic Relief Services, Baltimore.

REAL ESTATE

John Toloff to president, J&J Slavik Inc., Detroit, from vice president and CFO.

Mark Talley to vice president, office group, Grubb & Ellis, Detroit, from client relationship manager for the city of Detroit, Jones Lang LaSalle, Detroit. Also, Ashley Atwater to associate, from property manager/accounts payable, Signature & Associates, Southfield.

SUPPLIERS

Don Whitsitt to president, Aisin World Corp. of America, Plymouth, from executive vice president.

Robert Wassmer to president, MAG Industrial Automation Systems, Sterling Heights, from manager, bogie division, Bombardier Transportation, Crespin, France; Derby, United Kingdom; and Siegen, Germany.

Wendy Foss to corporate secretary, Lear Corp., Southfield, continuing as vice president-finance and administration. Also, Liam Hart to deputy general counsel, from associate general counsel.

Mary Michno to director of automotive accounts, Hughes Telematics, Oakland Township, from director, business development.

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