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John Barrett, named CEO, Bon Secours DePaul Medical Center, Norfolk. He was executive vice president and COO at Appalachian Regional Healthcare System in Boone, N.C. (The Virginian-Pilot)

J. Morgan Davis, named president and chief banking officer, TowneBank, Portsmouth. Other appointments include Will Sessoms, named president of Towne Financial Services; William I. “Billy” Foster III, named president, TowneBank, Virginia Beach; and John Matson, named president, TowneBank, Norfolk.  (The Virginian-Pilot)

Darrell Hill, named assistant city manager, Norfolk. He was finance director and formerly a senior vice president at BB&T Bank. (The Virginian-Pilot)

Keith Ireland, named to the list of 30 Top Contributing People 2005-2010 by The International Journal of Visual Communication. Ireland is creative director at BCF, Virginia Beach. (News release)

Ralph Kunz, named COO, Airborne Tactical Advantage Company, Newport News. He was president of SEI of America. (PRNewswire)

Ray Mattes, named acting president and CEO, Retail Alliance, Norfolk. He was executive vice president. (The Virginian-Pilot)

Michael L. Sterling, accepted into the American Arbitration Association’s Panel of Mediators. Sterling is a partner at Vandeventer Black LLP, Norfolk. (News release)

Neil Eibeler, named president, Rubbermaid Commercial Products, Winchester. He was president of Newell Rubbermaid’s IRWIN Construction Tools and Accessories global business unit. (PRNewswire)

Jim O’Connor resigned as city manager, Winchester. O’Connor, who became city manager in January 2010, accepted the same position in Vero Beach, Fla. (The Winchester Star)

Billy Vaughan, director of Rockingham County’s Community Development Department, named Public Servant of the Year by James Madison University. (Daily News-Record)

Matt Charles, named communications and public relations director, Danville Regional Foundation. A Danville native, he has worked as a public affairs and communications consultant. (Danville Register & Bee)

Betty Jo Foster, reappointed to the board of trustees, Institute for Advanced Learning and Research, Danville. Foster is an adjunct professor at Danville Community College. (News release)

Edward P. Snyder, named to the board of directors, New College Institute, Martinsville. Snyder is an orthodontist practicing in Martinsville. (News release)

Thomas Bagby, named chairman of the board of governors, Virginia Bar Association. Bagby is president of Woods Rogers, Roanoke. (The Roanoke Times)

Rick Boucher, named partner and head of the government strategies group, Sidney Austin LLP,  Washington, D.C. Boucher, of Abingdon, represented Southwest Virginia in Congress for 28 years. (The Roanoke Times)

Tom Bowden, elected to the board of directors, Virginia Business Leadership Network. He is a business and venture capital lawyer with Sands Anderson PC. (The Roanoke Times)

Dennis Brumberg, named chairman of the Virginia Trial Lawyers Association’s business litigation section. He is a partner in the firm of Brumberg, Mackey & Wall. (The Roanoke Times)

Michael Friedlander, named president-elect of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine. He is the founding executive director of the Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute. (News release)

William Jacobson received the American Hospital Association 2011 Grassroots Champion Award and the American College of Healthcare Executives Senior-Level Healthcare Executive Regent’s Award. He is CEO of Carilion Franklin Memorial Hospital, Rocky Mount. (The Roanoke Times)

Deborah Martin Petrine received the Pamplin College of Business Distinguished Alumnus Award. Petrine is president and owner of Commonwealth Care of Roanoke Inc. (News release)

Kristin Campbell, named executive vice president and general counsel, Hilton Worldwide, McLean. She was senior vice president, general counsel and corporate secretary of Staples Inc. (Business Wire)

Lynn A. Carter, president of Capital One Bank, announced she would step down at the end of the year as the McLean-based financial institution restructured its senior management. In September, Michael Slocum will become president, commercial banking, and Jonathan Witter will become president, retail banking, essentially assuming Carter’s duties. (The Washington Post)

William Clark, named president and CEO, Savi Technology, Alexandria. Clark joined the company in 2010 as senior vice president and chief marketing officer. (PRNewswire)

Edward Hoganson, named executive vice president of finance and business development, Crestline Hotels & Resorts, Fairfax. He was a senior vice president at Sunrise Senior Living. (PRNewswire)

Bill Hughes, named senior vice president for government relations, Retail Industry Leaders Association, Arlington. He was chief of staff for Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison of Texas. (PRNewswire)

Sheila C. Johnson, named strategic advisor for multicultural initiatives, AOL Huffington Post Media Group. Johnson was co-founder of Black Entertainment Television and is a former member of the University of Virginia board of visitors. (The Daily Progress)

Brian Markwalter, named senior vice president, research and standards, Consumer Electronics Association, Arlington. He previously led the group’s market research department. (Business Wire)

Brian A. Pollok, named president, ATCC, Manassas. He was chief scientific officer and head of global research for Life Technologies Corp. in Carlsbad, Calif. (Business Wire)

Stephen W. Ryan, named executive vice president, software solutions, Online Resources Corp., Chantilly. Ryan was senior vice president and co-founder of IronKey. (Business Wire)

David Shrum, named senior vice president and general manager of engineering and life-cycle management, QinetiQ North America, McLean. Also, John Sutton was named senior vice president of business development. (PRNewswire/Washington Technology)

Evan Auld-Susott, named CEO, Horne International Inc., Fairfax. Auld-Susott is a member of the company’s board of directors. (PRNewswire)

David Thompson, named president, Orbital Sciences Corp., Dulles. He succeeds James Thomson Jr. who will remain on the board and serve as a senior executive adviser. (Washington Business Journal)

Marshall Acuff Jr., named to the board of trustees, Virginia Retirement System. He is managing director at Cary Street Partners. (News release)

Mayes Marks, named executive director, SportsQuest Academy, Chesterfield County. Bill Thompson of Savannah, Ga., was named chairman of the board of directors. (Richmond Times-Dispatch)

Keith Martin, named vice president of public policy and general counsel, Virginia Chamber of Commerce, Richmond, effective July 18. He has been policy director for the Virginia Department of Transportation. (News release)

A. Preston Moore Jr., named president and CEO, Virginia Community Bank, Louisa. He was senior vice president and chief credit officer. (Business Wire)

Cullen D. Seltzer joined the business and professional litigation practice of Sands Anderson PC, Richmond. He was a founding partner in SeltzerGreene PLC. (News release)

John C. Stanchina, named president of Rutherfoord, a Richmond-based risk management and insurance brokerage firm. John H. Parrott, Jr. has been named executive vice president of sales and Kimberly A.C. Enochs has been named executive vice president of operations. Parrott and Enochs will serve as vice chairs of the president’s council, chaired by Stanchina. (News release)

Michael Strine, named executive vice president and COO, University of Virginia. Strine was vice president for finance, CFO and treasurer of Johns Hopkins University. (Richmond Times-Dispatch)

Todd Thomson, named to the board of directors, Bank of Virginia and Cordia Bancorp. Thomson is chairman of Dynasty Financial Partners and founder and CEO of Headwaters Capital. (News release)

Melvin E. Tull III, named general counsel, Virginia Bankers Association, Richmond. Tull was a partner at the Richmond-based law firm Hunton & Williams LLP. (News release)

George L. Mahoney, named vice president, growth and performance; John A. Schauss, named vice president, market operations; and James F. Woodward, named vice president, finance and CFO, Media General, Richmond. (PRNewswire)



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