Meaden & Moore has named David DiSalvo vice president-principal, Lloyd W.W. Bell III director of the Corporate Finance Group, and A. Michael Nuzzo financial advisor for the Wealth Center. DiSalvo, who earned his master’s in taxation from the University of Akron, has been a member of the firm’s Tax Services Group since 2005. Bell holds an MBA from Case Western Reserve University Weatherhead School of Management. Nuzzo is a graduate of the U.S. Air Force Academy and holds an MBA from Webster University.
James P. Carulas, CEO of Meaden & Moore, has been elected chairman of the board of AGN International, a worldwide association of independent accounting and consulting firms. Carulas will lead the board for a two-year term.
Cohen & Co. has promoted Dave Sobochan to principal and Jen Tapia to senior manager in the Tax Department. Sobochan, who earned his bachelor’s degree from Cleveland State University, joined the company in 2005.
William Christy has been named CEO of SpineMatrix in Akron. Christy, who has 23 years in the medical device industry, joins the company after serving as president and CEO of AOI Medical. He holds more than 20 issued and published patents.
David Lucido has been named chief financial officer of Cortland Bancorp, the holding company for the Cortland Savings and Banking Co. He was formerly corporate vice president and treasurer of First Place Bank in Warren. Lucido graduated from Youngstown State University and holds a master’s degree from University of Wisconsin.
The Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland has appointed Dale Roskom as first vice president and chief operating officer. Roskom, who will oversee financial services, previously served as executive vice president and chief risk and credit officer at National City Corp. before leading his own consulting group in 2009.
Jeffrey S. Marsh has been named president of World Reserve Monetary Exchange, the largest private buyer of collectible U.S. coins and currency after the Federal Reserve. A former senior vice president at Littleton Coin Co., Marsh will be responsible for the World Reserve’s overall financial plans, policies and practices.
Baker & Hostetler has added three lawyers from the firm’s Cleveland office as partners. Guenther Karl Fanter, a graduate of Harvard Law School, concentrates his practice in complex commercial litigation. Eric R. Goodman, a graduate of the University of Michigan Law School, focuses on bankruptcy, restructuring and creditors’ rights. Lora M. Reece, a graduate of the University of Michigan Law School, works in complex commercial
Brouse McDowell has added four partners. Amanda M. Leffler, a member of the litigation practice group, graduated from the University of Akron School of Law. Daniel L. Silfani, a graduate of Case Western Reserve University School of Law, is a member of the business, corporate and securities practice group. Jonathan L. Stark, a graduate of Case Western Reserve University School of Law, is a member of the business, corporate and securities, and labor and employment practice groups. Linda L. Stepan, a former radio broadcaster and graduate of Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, is a member of the labor and employment practice group.
Calfee, Halter & Griswold recently added Fritz E. Berckmueller and K. James Sullivan as partners. Berckmueller, a member of the firm’s business, corporate and commercial litigation practice and its white collar defense and investigations practice, earned his degree from the University of Chicago Law School. Sullivan, who has litigated class action, real estate and business disputes, earned his degree from the University of Virginia School of Law.
Matthew H. Matheney has been elected partner of Frantz Ward. A graduate of Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, he is a member of the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association and is active with the American Bankruptcy Institute.
Stephen D. Dodd and Mary Louisa L’Hommedieu have been named principals of Meyers, Roman, Friedberg & Lewis. Dodd, a trial attorney and commercial litigator, graduated from Case Western Reserve School of Law. L’Hommedieu, whose practice focuses on corporate, employment and health care matters, graduated from the University of Akron School of Law.
Thompson Hine has elected seven lawyers as partners. Bret F. Busacker, who received his law degree from The Ohio State University, is a member of the employee benefits and executive compensation practice group. Jeremy M. Campana, a member of the business restructuring, creditors’ rights and bankruptcy practice group, graduated from Rutgers School of Law. Jeffrey C. Metzcar, a member of the firm’s intellectual property practice group, earned his law degree from Case Western Reserve University. Jennifer S. Roach, a member of the competition, antitrust and white-collar crime practice group, received her law degree from Northwestern University. Laura A. Ryan, leader of the employee benefits and executive compensation practice group, received her law degree from the University of Cincinnati. Andrew L. Turscak Jr., a member of the business restructuring, creditors’ rights and bankruptcy practice group, graduated from Cleveland-Marshall College of Law. Audra J. Zarlenga, a member of the construction practice group, graduated from Cleveland-Marshall College of Law.
Ulmer & Berne recently elected Thomas L. Anastos,
Jason P. Conte, Jodi B. Rich and Jeffrey R. Schaefer as partners. Anastos, a graduate of Harvard Law School, has more than 20 years of litigation experience. Conte, who has 10 years of litigation experience, received his law degree from Vanderbilt University Law School. Rich, who works in commercial real estate, graduated from Case Western Reserve University School of Law. Schaefer, a graduate of the Salmon P. Chase College of Law at Northern Kentucky University, is an intellectual property attorney.
Moen Inc. has promoted Shelley Kiley to vice president,
manufacturing. Kiley, who received her bachelor’s degree from The Ohio
State University, will oversee North American Manufacturing operations.
Corp. has named Michael F. Hilton as the company’s new president and
CEO. Hilton will also join the Nordson board of directors. He joins
Nordson after a 33-year career at Air Products and Chemicals Inc., where
he has served as senior vice president and general manager since 2007.
Binnie has been named chief marketing officer for the Cleveland
Orchestra, responsible for supervising the marketing and patron
relationship management department. Binnie will direct all marketing and
fundraising activities as well as the orchestra’s Web site. Binnie
formerly worked for the Detroit Symphony.
Smith has been promoted to president and chief operating officer for
Jo-Ann Stores Inc., where he has worked since 2006. Smith has previously
served as senior vice president of general merchandise for Fred Meyer.
He received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Notre Dame.
Michael Buckwell has been named
senior data center engineer for SecureData 365, located in Canton. A
graduate of Case Western Reserve University, he is currently working on
his master’s in information systems management at the University of
— Compiled by Kayla Gatalica