Insurance Service FirmAppoints 6 Executives
Corroon & Black Corp., an international insurance services firm, announced the following appointments at various subsidiaries:
Robert J. Jennings was named president and chief executive officer of Corroon & Black Manage ment Inc., a Nashville-based subsidiary that provides management services for self-insurance programs and domestic insurance company subsidiaries. Mr. Jennings was formerly vice president of planning for the firm's benefits and speciality sales group.
Robert A. Myers was named chairman and Brian M. Kawamoto was named president and production manager of Corroon & Black (San Diego). Mr. Myers, who will continue as chief executive officer, was president of the firm. Mr. Kawamoto formerly served as senior vice president and production manager of Corroon & Black Inc. of Washington, D.C.
James R. Kesl was named chairman and Richard E. Fitzgerald was named executive vice president of Corroon & Black (Seattle). Mr. Kesl was formerly vice president and production manager and Mr. Fitzgerald was senior vice president.
Lynn A. Anderson was name chairman of Corroon & Black (Utah) immediately. Mr. Anderson, formerly vice chairman, has served as president since 1984.
JOHNSON & HIGGINS (New York) - Arthur J. Hubley, Donald W. Johnson, Robert H. Schilt and Robert D. Sullivan were named vice presidents in this international brokerage firm's New York property department.
INLAND CONTAINER CORP. (Indianapolis) - Ben J. Lancashire, president of this subsidiary of Temple-Inland Inc., will become Inland's chairman and chief executive on July 24, succeeding C.G. Ames Jr., who is retiring. Mr. Lancashire will retain the title of president.
Inland Container is one of the nation's largest producers of containerboard and corrugated shipping containers.
SALOMON BROTHERS (New York) - Lewis S. Ranieri, vice chairman, resigned to pursue private entreprenurial interests.
Mr. Ranieri headed the firm's mortgage and real estate businesses. He joined Salomon in 1968 and last year was elevated to vice chairman and elected to the board.
DELOITTE HASKINS & SELLS (New York) - Robert W. Buesser, director of tax services for Deloitte Haskins and Sells International, was named managing partner of the New Jersey practice of this international firm, which provides accounting, auditing, tax and consulting services. He remains as director of tax services for DH&S International, the firm's worldwide organization. He succeeds Victor G. Albrecht, who will be responsible for client services.
Ronald A. Jones was named national director, savings and loans services. He succeeds Henry D. Forer, who is joining Miami-based CenTrust Savings Bank on Oct. 1 as vice chairman and senior executive vice president. He was an audit partner, savings and loans services in the firm's Miami office.
GFC SECURITIES CORP. (Beverly Hills, Calif.) - Thomas H. Sones was named president of this Gibraltar Financial Corp. brokerage unit, which specializes in mutual funds and insurance-product investments. He succeeds Michael Corrigan, who left to pursue other interests. He was senior vice president and sales manager, with a background in the securities industry and marketing. Gibraltar is a financial-services holding company with over $12 billion in assets.
ZECKENDORF CO. (New York) - Robert J. Salomon, was named vice president and director, commercial and retail leasing, of this New York-based real estate developer. Among his responsibilities will be the development of World Wide Plaza, a new office and retail complex.
He was an independent real estate consultant to such companies as Warner Communications Inc., where he had previously been a vice president. Before that he held several key positions at Rockefeller Center, including acting rental manager.
HUDSON GENERAL CORP. (Great Neck, N.Y.) - Barry I. Regenstein was named controller of this company that provides various services to airlines, airline operators and the general aviation community in North America. He was assistant controller. He succeeds Michael Rubin, who was named vice president, finance.
MIDWAY AIRLINES (Chicago) - Jeffrey H. Erickson was elected president and chief operating officer of this Chicago-based airline. David R. Hinson, chairman, had also been serving as president. Mr. Erickson was executive vice president. John P. Tague was named vice president of airline planning. He was director of airline planning.