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Fountain View Names New CEO as It Reorganizes

April 01, 2002

* Boyd Hendrickson has been named chief executive of Fountain View Inc., a Burbank-based operator of 49 long-term-care facilities in California and Texas that filed for bankruptcy protection in October. The company is trying to reorganize under Chapter 11 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code.

Hendrickson is a former CEO of Evergreen Healthcare of Vancouver, Wash.

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David Marshall has returned to Youbet.com as chairman and chief executive as part of a management restructuring. Marshall, who co-founded the Los Angeles-based online gaming site, replaces former co-CEO Ron Luniewski. In addition, Luniewski, Robert Fell, Caesar Kimmel and Bill Roedy have resigned from the board of directors.

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Steve Bellamy, president and founder of the Tennis Channel cable network, has been appointed to the board of the Tennis Industry Assn.

Bellamy, a Pacific Palisades-based coach and sports promoter, is scheduled to launch the Tennis Channel this fall and is said to have professional player Pete Sampras as an investor and spokesman.

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Danny Bramson, a Grammy-winning producer, has been appointed to the newly created position of president, Warner Music Group Soundtracks. He will be based in Burbank.

Bramson, formerly executive vice president, soundtrack development, for Warner Bros. Records, will oversee film music in addition to soundtrack albums for all of Warner Music Group's record companies.

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Elaine Cantwell, former head of creative services and creative director at advertising and marketing firm 3 Ring Circus, has been named head of Spark, a new ad/marketing firm based in Hollywood.

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Jill Green has been named interim president of motion picture marketing company Craig Murray Productions/West, replacing Fran Chiocchi, who recently left to become senior vice president/creative advertising at Universal Studios.

CMP/West also promoted Roshone Harmon to vice president of administration; Greg Hollander to corporate vice president/creative development; and Dave Yerxa to vice president/creative director; and hired Noelle Cooke as director of creative services.

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Elizabeth Hillman has been promoted to executive director, communications and publicity, Crown Media U.S., which operates the Hallmark Channel.

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Sonia Lamba has been named creative director of Goodspot, a Santa Monica-based entertainment marketing and design company.

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John Zehr has been promoted to vice president, engineering, for Walt Disney Internet Group, which includes ABCNews.com, ESPN.com and Disney.com.

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John M. Price has been promoted to vice president of CDM, a Calabasas-based engineering and construction firm.

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David Wolff has been named executive vice president and general manager of Lantronix Inc.'s systems management division. A former co-founder of El Camino Resources, Wolff will be responsible for all product management and marketing for the Irvine-based provider of hardware and software for managing network infrastructures.

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Sean O'Donnell has joined the South Bay office of Grubb & Ellis Co. commercial real estate firm as a senior vice president. He was an executive at Colliers Seeley.

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Cathy Felling has been promoted to executive vice president, Western region, at Ticketmaster in Los Angeles. She will oversee day-to-day operations in nine Western states.

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Stephen Rockabrand has joined Los Angeles-based Premiere Marketing & Distribution Group as executive vice president of domestic television and ancillary distribution. He is a former TVN Entertainment Corp. executive.

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James Ostrom has been promoted to executive vice president and head of West Coast operations of Tishman Construction Corp. of California.

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C. Edward Simpson III, a commercial real estate broker in Cushman & Wakefield's downtown Los Angeles office, has been promoted to senior director.

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Tony Phu has been named a vice president of commercial real estate firm Colliers Seeley and will be based in the firm's Diamond Bar office.

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Juan Ricardo Castillo has been named sales director, West Coast, for LanChile Airlines. He will be based in Los Angeles.

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