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Santo, Jamie, Editor & Publisher


CALIFORNIA

Bob Gray, vice president and general manager of the Los Angeles Daily News in Woodland Hills for the past two years, has been named publisher of the San Bernardino County Sun. Gray succeeds Joseph Pepe, now president and publisher of the Suburban Journals of Greater St. Louis group. Gray had previously served as assistant to the publisher and advertising director for the Press-Telegram in Long Beach.

HAWAII

Jim Kelly to the newly created position of executive editor at The Honolulu Advertiser from man- aging editor.

NEW YORK

Les Payne to associate managing editor of Newsday in Melville from assistant managing editor. Payne will continue to write his syndicated column, which appears Sundays in Newsday.

CALIFORNIA

Kim McCleary La France to vice president for planning at the Los Angeles Times from vice president for distribution and customer service.

Debbie Kuykendall to director of operational services at The Modesto Bee from prepress manager.

Hank Vander Veen to director of subscriber services from assistant circulation director.

Darla King to director of employee services from human resources director at the Wichita Falls (Texas) Times Record News.

Gary Lunsford to director of marketing services from advertising manager for major and national accounts.

Wayne Jeffries to director of technology from information systems manager.

Eric Johnston to director of online services from online managing editor at The Fresno Bee.

HAWAII

David Montesino to managing editor of The Honolulu Advertiser from presentation team leader at The News Tribune in Tacoma, Wash. Montesino succeeds Jim Kelly (see "Hawaii" box, below).

Mark Platte to assistant managing editor for news from news and investigations editor at the Los Angeles Times Orange County edition. …

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