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September 06, 1987|LINDA GARRITY

Bonnie Hendrick has been appointed vice president, sales and marketing, for Century America Corp. of Orange. In her new position, she assumes responsibility for sales staffing, product development and pricing and merchandising.

Lou Lightfoot, president of Lightfoot Planning Group, Oceanside, has been elected chairman of the Oceanside Economic Development Council. OEDC represents a cooperative effort between the City of Oceanside and the Chamber of Commerce to attract and retain quality business and industry.

Craig L. Miller, a former senior vice president of Union Bank's Orange County Real Estate Center, has been named vice president and chief financial officer of TOLD Corp., Newbury Park. Miller will assume financial responsibility for all divisions of the corporation.

Richard M. Klarin has been elected vice president in the Los Angeles office of Chicago Title Insurance Co. Klarin served as vice president and senior associate counsel for SAFECO Title Insurance Co. which was acquired by Chicago Title earlier this year.

J. Thomas Cairns Jr. has been named a partner in the law firm of Freeman, Freeman & Smiley, focusing on real estate and real estate litigation.

Wreatha Wood Kassab has joined the Ontario branch office of U. S. Home Mortgage Corp. as assistant vice president.

Thomas J. Weigel has been promoted to vice president of Richardson Nagy Martin Architecture/Planning, Newport Beach.

Kelli Ryan has been appointed project manager, advance planning, for Coto de Caza, a private residential resort community in Orange County.

Paul B. Pressman has joined the law firm of McKenna, Conner & Cuneo in its Orange County office, serving as counsel in municipal, environmental and real estate law.

Stroock & Stroock & Lavan, a Los Angeles law firm, has named Hamid Nahai a partner specializing in real estate law.

R. Craig Overturf has been named president and chief executive officer of Cal Fed Syndications and of Cal Fed Investment Management Corp.

Arnold Steinberg, president of Arnold Steinberg & Associates Inc., Los Angeles, has been nominated by President Reagan to serve on the board of directors of the National Institute of Building Sciences.

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