Movers and Shakers

Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL), June 29, 1996 | Go to article overview

Movers and Shakers


Robert W. Galvin has been elected to honorary membership in the Society of Manufacturing Engineers. He is the Executive Committee chairman of the Board of Directors at Motorola Inc. in Schaumburg.

Carol Mitchell has been appointed regional sales director/Midwest region of Budgetel Inns Inc. She is based in Glenview.

George Anderson of Arlington Heights has been named vice president, sales & marketing of Automotive Professionals Inc. in Rolling Meadows.

The Kemper National Insurance Cos. board of directors in Long Grove has elected Alan J. Baltz of Barrington senior vice president. Roger T. Ecklund of Arlington Heights and Joseph N. Zuniga of Lake Barrington have been elected vice presidents.

Kraft Foods Inc. of Northfield has named Lawrence J. Gundrum senior vice president of operations. He had served as senior vice president of logistics.

Rico Tallud of Chicago has been named to head The First National Bank of Chicago's newest supermarket branch in the newly opened Dominick's Finer Foods at 615 E. Dundee Road in Palatine.

Thomas J. Ahern, 48, of Arlington Heights, has been appointed to the Insurance Program Committee of the Illinois State Bar Association. He has law offices in Arlington Heights.

Denise Ramm of Mount Prospect has been appointed agency manager of Woodmen Accident and Life Co. The company's northern Illinois agency is based in Northbrook.

Ken DeWitt has been promoted to the new post of vice president, credit information systems, for Sears, Roebuck and Co.'s Information Systems group in Hoffman Estates. He resides in Barrington Hills.

Wendy Martin of Palatine has been named regional service director for The Maids, a residential cleaning franchise. The regional operation is headquartered in Palatine. …

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