Comerica, the Dallas-based
financial services company with
$54 billion in assets and $2.6 billion in 2010 revenue, named
karen parkhill vice chairman and
said she will become CFO in the
third quarter. elizabeth acton,
the current CFO, plans to retire
in April 2012. Parkhill, 45, joins
Comerica from JPMorgan Chase,
where she most recently served
as CFO for commercial banking.
She began working at JPMorgan’s
investment bank in 1992 after
starting her career as an analyst at
Rauscher Pierce Refsnes.
useC, a supplier of enriched
uranium for nuclear power plants
with $2 billion in 2010 revenue,
named marian Davis chief audit
executive and vice president. It is
a new position for the Bethesda,
Md.-based company. Davis most
recently was senior vice president
of corporate internal audit at
Sunrise Senior Living, where she
established the internal audit function. Earlier, she worked in finance
positions at HMSHost, Host Hotels & Resorts and Marriott International. Davis began her career at
interstate Hotels & resorts, an Arlington, Va.- based hotel management compa- ny with 334 properties around the world and 2010 revenue of $779.5
million, named Julie pange-
linan CFO. She succeeds bruce
riggins, who left in January to
become CFO of LaSalle Hotel
Properties. Pangelinan, 47, was
CFO at Sunrise Senior Living prior
to joining Interstate. Earlier, she
spent six years as vice president
of accounting policy at Marriott
International and was an audit
partner at BDO Seidman.
toro Co., the $1.5 bil-
lion maker of lawn equipment,
named renee peterson CFO
and vice president of finance.
She succeeds stephen Wolfe,
who is retiring after more than
25 years with the company.
Peterson, 50, most recently was
vice president of finance and
planning for the truck and auto-
motive segments at Eaton Corp.
She joined Eaton in 2008 as vice
president of finance, information
technology and business devel-
opment after 25 years at Honey-
tetra tech, a $2.2 billion
provider of consulting, engineering and construction services in
Pasadena, Calif., named steve
burdick CFO and treasurer.
brian Carter replaces Burdick as corporate controller, chief accounting
officer and vice president. Burdick,
47, succeeds David king, who
left in April to become CFO of
Sun Tech Power. Burdick was CFO
at Aura Systems and TRW Ventures before joining Tetra Tech in
2003. Carter, 43, previously was
vice president of finance and administration at Wedbush.
alexander & baldwin, the $1.6 billion ocean
transportation, logistics and agribusiness company, appointed Joel
Wine CFO, treasurer and senior
vice president. He replaces
Christopher benjamin, the company’s
CFO since 2004, who was named
president of A&B Land Group.
Wine, 39, joins the Honolulu-based
company from Goldman Sachs,
where he spent 14 years, most recently as a managing director and
senior investment banking director. Alexander & Baldwin had been
a client of Wine’s since 2002.