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Published: Sunday, 1/26/2014 - Updated: 5 months ago

Business notebook: 1/26

ACHIEVEMENTS

■ The Holland Springfield Chamber of Commerce has announced its 2014 officers: Connie Koch of HR Systems Inc., chairman; John Naayers of Naayers & Associates, vice chairman; Maggie Hall of Barrsap LLP, treasurer, and Arlene Gerig of Re/​Max Preferred Associates, past chairman.

■ Erik Dunbar has been named director of construction operations for Toledo-based Dunbar Mechanical. He will oversee day-to-day operations, technology implementation, and quality control procedures for this ISO 9001:2008 certified firm.

■ John Chapman, international safety representative for UAW/​GM Powertrain, has been elected chairman of the board of the Safety Council of Northwest Ohio, a nonprofit, nongovernmental, community based safety resource located in Northwood. Other board officers are Andrew Pawuk, first vice-chairman; Edwin Skinner, Jr., second vice-chairman, and Aaron Cooper, treasurer. Sandra Rabie is past chairman.

■ These individuals have been elected to the board of directors of the Safety Council of Northwest Ohio: Toledo Police Chief William Moton, Donald Dietrich of Huntington Bank, Joseph Matthews of Principle Business Enterprises, James Yates of Eastman & Smith Ltd., and Laurie Holmes of First Energy Nuclear Operating Co. Re-elected to the board were Robert DiNardo of Certified Environmental Services, safety consultant Mike Fahle, Patricia Fisher of State Auto, Ron Garland of Safety Solutions, Beth Holt of Holt Roofing, Toledo Fire Chief Luis Santiago, and Stacy Schmidt of The Andersons.

■ Brad Deventhal has been promoted to business development manager at Walbridge-based Rudolph/​Libbe Inc. He had been an account manager.

Business Achievements, with news of management promotions, corporate board appointments, and awards, runs each week. Send announcements by email to business@theblade.com or by fax to 419-724-6147. Write “Business Achievements” in the message field.

CALENDAR

■ The Safety Council of Northwest Ohio’s Professional Safety Academy will hold a “Managing Safety Committees” program for Tuesday from 8 a.m. until noon. Cost: $150 for members, $250 for nonmembers. For more information and registration, visit scnwo.org.

■ A Respiratory Protection Train-The-Trainer program will be held Thursday by the Safety Council of Northwest Ohio. Cost: $150 for SCNWO members, $250 for nonmembers. More information and registration at scnwo.org.

Notice of business meetings must be received by The Blade 10 days before the event. Send items by email to business@theblade.com or by fax to 419-724-6147. Write “Business Calendar” in the message field.

CONVENTIONS

Listings include organizations, headquarters, and number of attendees expected as estimated by Destination Toledo:

■ Friday-Sunday: Fraternal Order of Eagles Men's State Bowling Tournament, Hampton/​Courtyard Rossford, 200, state.

■ Friday-Sunday: The 40 Frame Game Bowling Tournament, Ramada Hotel, 150, regional.

PATENTS

The following U.S. Patents were granted to inventors in the Ohio counties of Lucas, Fulton, and Wood and the Michigan county of Monroe in December, 2013, and published in the Official Gazette of the Patent and Trademark Office. For more information call the Toledo-Lucas County Public Library’s business technology department at 419-259-5209.

#8,572,889: Aerated and water-conditioned container for live bait; John J. Hughes and John H. Brancheau, Jr., Monroe.

#8,572,898: Method for assembling flush-glass assembly, assigned to Ford Global Technologies LLC, Dearborn, Mich.; Gregory James Grudzinski, Perrysburg, and Chester Stanislaus Walawender, Livonia, Mich.

#8,573,006: Batch-charger cooling, assigned to Owens-Brockway Glass Container Inc., Perrysburg; Kenneth D. Macleod, Rossford; David L. Lewis, Sylvania, and Robert Ponzi, Temperance.

#8,573,103: Fiber chopper, assigned to Johns Manville Denver; Russell Donovan Arterburn, Athens, Tenn. and Michael David Folk, Oregon.



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