April 20, 1992
Denise Thorn has been promoted to vice president/operations systems administrator for Liberty National Bank in Huntington Beach. She joined the bank in 1983 as the operations officer.
June 21, 1994
Ted A. Fuhrer has been appointed corporate vice president of operations for Rockwell International Corp. in Seal Beach. He had been director of production operations at the company's Collins General Aviation division in Melbourne, Fla.
March 9, 1994
Donald MacLennan has joined Silicon Systems, a Tustin semiconductor company, as vice president and general manager of the communication products division. He succeeds Rick Goerner, executive vice president of Silicon Systems, who had been the division's acting general manager. Before joining the company, MacLennan had been with Sierra Semiconductor Corp. since 1985, most recently as vice president and general manager of multimedia products.
July 27, 1989
John R. Oester has been named vice president for business and finance at Loyola Marymount University. Oester has worked since 1972 as an administrator at Spring Hill College in Mobile, Ala., most recently as vice president for financial affairs. A graduate of Spring Hill, he also holds a master's degree in business administration from Harvard University. He is the 1988-89 chairman of the Conference of Finance Officers of the Assn. of Jesuit Colleges and Universities.
July 23, 1992
Michelle Sweet has been appointed vice president of Nelson Communications, a Costa Mesa public relations and public affairs agency. Before joining the agency, she was vice president of Thomas Wilck Associates, an Irvine public relations firm. Sweet has also held positions at the Irvine Co. and Basso & Associates in Costa Mesa.
December 25, 2000 |
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez appointed Adina Bastidas as vice president, three days after the nation's congress chose departing Vice President Isaias Rodriguez as the new attorney general. Chavez made the announcement during his weekly radio program, "Hello President." Bastidas, a graduate of the Central University of Venezuela, worked the last year in Washington, D.C., as Venezuela's representative to the Interamerican Development Bank.
July 3, 2003 |
Gateway Inc., a money-losing maker of personal computers, said its executive vice president for business, David Turner, has resigned. "David Turner has decided to leave the company to move his family back to the East Coast and address personal issues," a Gateway spokesman said. The company will name a new vice president in a couple of weeks, he said. Shares of Poway, Calif.-based Gateway rose 18 cents to $3.95 on the NYSE.