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Posted Date: 4/1/2003

Career Moves: April 2003

Kellwood Co. Bea Myerson from executive vice president to president, Halmode; Steve Peterson to managing director, Sports Socks Co. Ireland Ltd.; Marina Pappas to senior vice president of design, Sag Harbor; Neva Turi from director of merchandising, Sag Harbor, to senior vice president of design, Sag Harbor; Neil Felix from national sales manager, Sag Harbor, to vice president of sales, Sag Harbor; David Ford from production manager, Sag Harbor, to vice president, casual production, Sag Harbor.

LF Brands Inc. Ann Joyce to CIO.

Neil Cooper USA. Marina Kromas to vice president, corporate apparel sales.

Tommy Bahama. Linda England O'Connor to brand manager, Indigo Palms; Jean Marie Benz to design director, Indigo Palms.

Associated Pacific Machine Corp. David Lees to Eastern regional sales manager.

Buxbaum Group. Edward Gil to director of marketing.

Cotton Incorporated. Vikki Martin to manager, textile chemistry research.

Crowley Maritime Corp. Maureen Cunningham to director, inland operations and equipment control; Doug Hargett to director, port operations, Crowley Liner Services' Jacksonville, FL, terminal.

Island Pacific. Harvey Braun to CEO.

Nano-Tex LLC. Donn Tice from president, CEO and director, Winterland, to CEO.

New Generation Computing Inc. Hans Thyssen to marketing representative, Mexico.

ProfitLogic. Richard Von Hirschberg to vice president, product management and marketing.

QRS Corp. Jeremiah Sullivan to the board of directors; Ray Rike to vice president, North American sales.

Sunbelt Corp. Matt E. Weinschuetz to president, textile products business.

Stahls' Inc. Ben Knoester to president

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