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Eastern Virginia
Robert A. Bradway, named to the board of directors, Norfolk Southern Corp., Norfolk. Bradway is president and COO of the biotechnology company Amgen. (PRNewswire)

Robert T. Dail, Paul O. Hirschbiel and C. Arthur “Brother” Rutter III, named to the board of directors, ADS Tactical Inc. Dail is a retired Army general, Hirschbiel is president of Eden Capital LLC, and Rutter is co-managing partner of the law firm Rutter Mills. (The Virginian-Pilot)

Ronald A. Day resigned as president of the Bank of Hampton Roads. His role will be added to the responsibilities of John A.B. “Andy” Davies Jr., president and CEO of Hampton Roads Bankshares Inc. (The Virginian-Pilot)
Kim Luckes, named executive vice president and COO, Norfolk State University. Luckes was acting president during the last school year. (The Virginian-Pilot)

Robert G. Marcus, named to the Virginia Small Business Commission. Marcus is owner and operator of Bob’s Gun Shop in Norfolk. (Inside Business)

Monty Mason, elected chairman, and Tom Gillman, elected vice chairman of the Williamsburg Economic Development Authority. Mason is an account executive for Visa Inc., and Gillman is president and CEO of ESF International. (News release)

Mike Ronca, named executive vice president and loan officer in Hampton Roads, Old Virginia Mortgage, Virginia Beach. He was with McLean Mortgage. (News release)

Deborah Wyld, elected chair of the Virginia Commission for the Arts. She was formerly executive director of the Norfolk Southern Foundation, retiring in 2010. (The Virginian-Pilot)


Shenandoah Valley
Claire Collins resigned as county administrator for Rockbridge County. She took the position in 2008 after serving as city manager in Covington. (The Roanoke Times)

Pablo Cuevas, Barry E. DuVal, Leslie F. Gilliam, Don Rainey and Fred D. Thompson Jr., named to the board of visitors, James Madison University. Cuevas is a member of the Rockingham County Board of Supervisors, DuVal is president of the Virginia Chamber of Commerce, Gilliam is vice president of Cumberland Development, Rainey is general partner with Grotech Ventures, and Thompson is chief administrative officer of Thompson Hospitality. (News release)

Michael Dickens, named chairman, Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library Foundation Board of Trustees, Staunton. Also named to the board were Richard L. Coleman, Gordon A. Haaland, Stephen H. Helvin, Edward G. Lengel, L. Gray Marion Jr. and Richard Robbins Pancake. (News Leader)

Mike Moneymaker, named president and CFO of Ntelos’ wireline business, effective upon its spinoff as an independent company. He is currently executive vice president, CFO, treasurer and secretary of Ntelos Holdings Corp. (Business Wire)

Southern Virginia
Dr. J. William Bolton III has joined the Danville dental practice of Dr. Barry Cutright. Bolton received a doctorate in dental surgery from Virginia Commonwealth University. (Danville Register & Bee)

Dr. Valerie L. Hoffman, elected vice president, Virginia Board of Medicine. Hoffman is a chiropractor in Danville and has been on the board since 2005. (Danville Register & Bee)

Ben Scarborough, a technician at the Southern Virginia Higher Education Center and a recent graduate of its Product Design & Development Program, took first place in the Association of Woodworking and Furnishings Suppliers’ 2011 Fresh Wood Student Competition. Product Design & Development Program graduates have won the national competition twice since 2009. (News release) 


Southwest Virginia
Bryan Booher, named senior vice president and senior lending officer, Highlands Union Bank, Abingdon. He was vice president and senior credit officer. (News release)

Kevin Costello, named executive director of the Abingdon Convention & Visitors Bureau. He was tourism coordinator for Botetourt County. (The Roanoke Times)

Jerry Firebaugh received a life membership from the Virginia Society of Certified Public Accountants. Firebaugh is with Cole & Associates CPAs, Roanoke. (The Roanoke Times)

Nancy Gray, president of Hollins University, and Spencer Morten III, chairman and CEO of Bassett Mirror Co., named to the board of the Virginia Foundation of Independent Colleges. (The Roanoke Times)

Mark Gwin, owner of MS Technologies in Vinton, and J.S. Staley, owner of Xanadu Enterprises, named to the Virginia Beef Industry Council. (News release)

Lara E. Ramsey, named senior vice president for administration, National Bankshares Inc., Blacksburg. Ramsey joined the bank in 1996 and was promoted to vice president/human resources in 2001. (News release)

Gerhardt Schurig has become president of the Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges. He is dean of the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine at Virginia Tech. (News release)


Northern Virginia
William L. Ballhaus, named CEO and a member of the board of directors, SRA International Inc., Fairfax. He was president of DynCorp International. (Business Wire)

Randy Brinkley, named to the board of directors, U.S. Space LLC, Dulles. Brinkley is manager of Brinkley & Associates Co., a private investment and aerospace consulting firm. (PRNewswire)

Tim Bryan, named CEO, National Rural Telecommunications Cooperative, Herndon. He succeeds Jack Harvey, who remains president. (Business Wire)

Jonathan Bryant, named CEO, president, secretary and treasurer, 8000 Inc., Manassas. He succeeds Thomas Kelly in those posts. (PRNewswire)

Dr. Deborah N. Burgess, named senior vice president for technology in health care, ICF International Inc., Fairfax. She is a retired Air Force physician. (Business Wire)

Bob Irwin, named CEO, MaxID, Reston. Irwin was president and CEO of Sterling Commerce. (PRNewswire)

Erin Moseley, named senior vice president for government relations, BAE Systems Inc., Arlington. She was president of Principled Strategic LLC. (Business Wire)

Julie Pangelinan, named CFO, Interstate Hotels & Resorts, Arlington. Pangelinan was CFO at Sunrise Senior Living Inc. (Business Wire)

James Scampavia, named senior vice president, business development, STG Inc., Reston. He was vice president of business development at BAE Systems. (Business Wire)

Roger Schultz, named COO, Sentel Corp., Alexandria. He was vice president for integration for Lockheed. (Washington Business Journal)

Bart Snell, named COO and CFO, Confiance, Reston. Snell has held the same positions at several companies in the information technology and telecommunications sectors. (Business Wire)


Central Virginia
Traci Blido, named director of economic development, Bedford County. She was communications officer and program manager for the Region 2000 Partnership. (News & Advance)

David C. Freiberg, named CEO of Richmond-based law firm LeClairRyan. Freiberg, who will be based in New Jersey, succeeds firm co-founder Gary D. LeClair, who remains chairman. (PRNewswire)

Cathy Havener Greer, named to the board of trustees, Randolph College. Greer is an alumna who practices law in Denver and is a former Colorado assistant attorney general. (News & Advance)

Peter Keirnan, named chairman, and Phil Knisely, named vice chairman, of the Darden School Foundation, Charlottesville. Named to the board of trustees were James A. Cooper, Luann J. Lynch, Scott A. Price and Frank M. Sands Sr. (PRNewswire)

Jim Kane, named to direct Northrop Grumman’s contracted operations with the Virginia Information Technologies Agency. Kane has worked for Northrop Grumman for 17 years. (Richmond Times-Dispatch)

Christopher M. McCarthy, named president, Virginia Academy of Elder Law Attorneys. McCarthy practices law with the Richmond firm White & McCarthy. (News release)

T. Kelley Millet, named CEO, Cortview Capital Holdings Inc., Richmond. He was president of MarketAxess. Michael Lacovara, a firm founder, will remain president. (Business Wire)

Stewart D. Roberson, named chairman, president and CEO, Moseley Architects, Richmond. Roberson retired in June as superintendent of schools for Hanover County. (Richmond Times-Dispatch)

 

 

 

 


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