Australia:Mining company Xstrata has announced that it will go ahead with a planned open-cast coal mine west of Rolleston in Queensland, which will include a 110 km rail link (RG 4.03 p183). To be built by QR, Abigroup, John Holland and Connell Wagner at a cost of A$230m, it will provide access to QR’s Central Line.China: The first locomotive to be delivered to the Amdo worksite in Tibet began hauling construction trains on the Qinghai – Lhasa railway on March 23. The dismantled 86 tonne loco was transported on four lorries to the site 4704m above sea level.A 157 km line which has been completed along the western coast of Hainan island has been approved for use.As part of the German High Speed Initiative in China, BWG, Pfleiderer and Siemens plan to set up a ’Centre of Competence’ in Beijing. A similar move saw the three companies establish an office in Guangzhou (RG 1.04 p48) where they are supporting Guangdong Provincial Government and the Guangzhou Railway Group with its plan to build a 595 km Pearl Delta network.Czech Republic:On March 11 Skanska ZS formally completed upgrading the 6·3 km Ústí nad Orlicí – Cesk
Third place Green Tree lost three points to House of the Golden Coin despite the fact that Noodle Russell bowled a 200 game and 516 series for Green Tree. Pao led Golden Coin with a 504 series.Fourth place Café Kronborg, who were missing their Captain Kran Nielsen, lost all four points to Bavaria as no bowlers managed to top the 500 series mark.Canada got back on the winning track with a four point win over the USMC team. Bowlers had trouble with lanes 5 and 6 which is not unusual.Ooy Pluemkamon found how to lead her Jack Tar team to victory by bowling games of 207, 203 and 190 for a 600 series. Jack Tar won all four points from Sabai Friday who also were missing their best bowler, Captain Nok Kennedy.There will be no bowling this week as bowlers get ready for the New Year. All of us bowlers want to wish everyone a very “Happy New Year”. VFW Post 9876 clinched the first place trophy last week so now three teams are fighting for second and third places, although you couldn’t tell by this week’s results as all three contending teams lost. Second place Brother D lost three points to VFW Post 9876 who got good bowling from David Shaw who had a 521 series and Somrak who had a 202 game and 509.200 Bowlers: Noodle, Ooy & Somrak.
When asked about who it was by Sky Sports, Pepe said: Sport EN Pepe referred to two Madrid legends, saying: “I really liked Fernando Hierro. Roberto Carlos too, but as a centre-back, it was always about Fernando Hierro.” “Without doubt Diego Costa. He’s a striker who really battles and loves getting stuck in.” CEST Real Madrid centre-back Pepe has revealed his toughest opponent on the field is Chelsea striker Diego Costa, formerly of Atletico Madrid. Upd. at 20:28 Judging by how he acts when he faces Barcelona sometimes, you might have thought it would be Lionel Messi. On the other hand, he also spoke about his footballing inspirations. 01/05/2016
La Roma acelera por el fichaje de Mahrez Roma could be Riyad Mahrez’s destination after he asked Leicester to let him leave. He was contacted by representatives of the Italian club to find out his disposition regarding a move to the country’s capital. According to Premium Sport, Roma have agreed a deal with Leicester for the winger. He travelled to Austria for the club’s pre-season tour under Craig Shakespeare, who said that Mahrez “has a contract and should behave like a professional”. Jordi Blanco In Italy they say Monchi believes he is the ideal replacement for Mohamed Salah, who left for Liverpool for 42 million euros. Leicester want 50 million pounds for Mahrez, a number that for now has stopped Arsenal’s interest in him. 15/07/2017 Upd. on 16/07/2017 at 04:01 CEST IN SPORT.ES Roma will pay 50 million, but in Euros, leaving the number 7 million euros short of what Leicester want for him. The Foxes have signed Vicente Iborra from Sevilla and Maguire from Hull City.
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Pearse Stadium16:30Rahoon-Newcastle Moycullen 30-04-2017 (Sun) Round 3 Kenny Park16:00Castlegar Killimordaly Referee: Peter Murphy Sylane19:00Sylane Round 2 Kilnadeema Pitch12:00Kilnadeema-Leitrim Kenny Park16:30Mullagh Meelick-Eyrecourt Kenny Park15:00Turloughmore McGettigans Bar Intermediate Hurling Championship – Group 1 V V V St Thomas V Ballinasloe16:00Clarinbridge V Pier Head Minor A Hurling Championship – Group 1 McGettigans Bar Intermediate Hurling Championship – Group 2 Senior Hurling League Group 2 Michael Cusacks16:00Michael Cusacks Round 7 Round 3 Referee: Darragh Kelly Salthill Hotel Senior A Hurling Championship – Group 1 Referee: David Dillon Castlegar Round 2 Round 4 V Kenny Park16:30Loughrea Referee: David Cunningham Referee: Richard Mc Nicholas Kilconieron12:00Kilconieron print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email V Salthill Hotel Senior A Hurling Championship – Group 2 06-05-2017 (Sat) Ardrahan16:00Ardrahan Sarsfields Ballinasloe18:00Ahascragh/Fohenagh Round 4 Round 2 Kenny Park18:00Beagh Referee: Michael Conway Intermediate Hurling League V Annaghdown Liam Mellows Pier Head Minor B1 Hurling Group 1 V V Round 6 V V Loughrea Salthill Hotel Senior A Hurling Championship – Group 2 Kilbeacanty Pier Head Minor A Hurling Championship – Group 2 Ballinderreen16:00Ballinderreen Pier Head Minor A Hurling Championship – Group 1 Kilnadeema-Leitrim Portumna Pier Head Minor A Hurling Championship – Group 2 Round 4 Kiltormer Meelick-Eyrecourt12:00Meelick-Eyrecourt Referee: Leonard Fay Referee: Gerry Donoghue Loughrea13:30Portumna Pearse Stadium18:00Abbeyknockmoy Tommy Larkins McGettigans Bar Intermediate Hurling Championship – Group 1 V Pier Head Minor B Hurling Championship – Group 2 Round 2 Round 5 Craughwell Referee: Ronan Stankard Loughrea18:00Ballinderreen An Spidéal Pier Head Minor B1 Hurling Group 2 Ardrahan Pier Head Minor B1 Hurling Group 1 Round 1 Padraig Pearses GAA Ground16:00Pádraig Pearses Oranmore-Maree Ballinasloe12:00Castlegar Referee: John Keane Referee: James Hoade Round 2 Round 4 Referee: Vincent Burke V Cappataggle16:00Cappataggle Killimor Referee: Peter Campbell Abbeyknockmoy V V V St Thomas Round 1 Referee: John Mc Donagh Round 2 Round 4 Round 2 Skehana-Mountbellew/Moylough McGettigans Bar Intermediate Hurling Championship – Group 1 Round 2 Turloughmore Baile Doite Pitch & Clubhouse16:00Moycullen Pier Head Minor A Hurling Championship – Group 2 16:00Ahascragh/Fohenagh Tynagh/Abbey-Duniry Craughwell Referee: Paul Fahy Referee: Conor Quinlan Referee: Kevin Egan Páirc an Chnoic16:00Mícheál Breathnach V Loughrea16:30Annaghdown V Round 4 Beagh V Portumna V Killimor12:00Killimor Round 4 Referee: Christopher Browne Pier Head Minor B1 Hurling Group 1 Gullane’s Hotel Junior Hurling League Group 1 V Kinvara Ballinasloe16:30St Thomas Round 4 V Loughrea12:00Tynagh/Abbey-Duniry Carnmore Kenny Park18:00Gort Round 2 Pádraig Pearses Referee: Derek Kelly Ballinasloe (Club Grounds)16:00Ballinasloe Kenny Park13:30Carnmore V V Round 6 Referee: Ger O Connor Salthill Hotel Senior B Hurling Championship – Group 1 Referee: James Lundon Ballinasloe18:00Tommy Larkins Bullaun16:00Sarsfields Ballinasloe17:30Athenry V V V V 05-05-2017 (Fri) Round 1 V V Rahoon-Newcastle V Referee: Christopher Browne Barna16:00Cois Fharraige Pier Head Minor C Hurling Championship Kinvara V Killimor V V Tynagh/Abbey-Duniry Salthill Hotel Senior B Hurling Championship – Group 2 Bullaun12:00Sarsfields Ballinasloe19:00Meelick-Eyrecourt Castlegar Round 4 V Ballinasloe16:30Kiltormer V 01-05-2017 (Mon) Carnmore18:00Clarinbridge Round 2 V 07-05-2017 (Sun) Salthill Hotel Senior B Hurling Championship – Group 1 Senior Hurling League Group 2 Intermediate Hurling League Cappataggle Loughrea12:00Loughrea Oranmore-Maree Killimordaly16:00Killimordaly Gort GAA Grounds16:00Gort Salthill Hotel Senior A Hurling Championship – Group 1 Round 3 Kenny Park12:00Meelick-Eyrecourt McGettigans Bar Intermediate Hurling Championship – Group 2 Clarinbridge Salthill Hotel Senior A Hurling Championship – Group 1 V Round 4 Round 2 Salthill Hotel Senior B Hurling Championship – Group 2 Kilbeacanty Referee: Eoin Shaughnessy V Kilnadeema-Leitrim V Liam Mellows Round 2 V V Mullagh/Kiltormer Senior Hurling League Group 1 Referee: Derek Kelly Salthill-Knocknacarra Pier Head Minor B Hurling Championship – Group 1 Round 5
Who would ever dream that Radio Luxembourg once sponsored the Donegal International Rally, well they did.That’s what the event meant to the people that competed on it back in its infancy.When the world-famous Derry born songwriter, Phil Coulter heard that the Donegal Motor Club were without a sponsor for the event in the mid 70’s. Advertisement Back then Phil was a competitor and, also a friend of Cathal Curley’s, who won the event three years on the trot. Phil was a hit with Donegal Motor Club when he convinced one of the most famous radio stations of its time to believe in and sponsor the Donegal Rally.Former winner of the Donegal International Rally Cathal Curley and John Lyons on a trip down memory lane at the launch of Deja Vu Donegal in Aid of the Donegal Hospice. Photo Brian McDaidThat was one of the best rally ever. Achim Warmbold arrived in Donegal from Germany, and to this day we still can’t pronounce his name properly but we will never forget his zebra looking green and white BMW, which never put a foot wrong all weekend in the summer of ’75.Warnbold was world Rally Material winning in Poland and Austria outright in ’73. Now he was swapping the Alpine hills of Austria for the Hills of Donegal.This is only one year in the nearly 50 years that the Deja Vu Donegal is hoping to celebrate Advertisement First Secretary“Ah, Hello Brian.. it’s Phonsie McElwee here… There’s a press conference down here at the moment at the Donegal Oil Company…. Don’t know if you were notified… but if you’re about.. sure take a wee run down… sure… Thanks, Brian.”That was the call this week to me from a founder member and first-ever secretary of the Donegal Motor Club, Milford’s Phonsie McElwee invited as a guest to the press conference but on the phone this Tuesday morning working away in the background to steer the first Déjà vu Donegal into the County for its press conference.Thumbs up from James Cullen, Cathal Curley and John Lyons, who between them won the Donegal International Rally an amazing seven times. They were special guests pictured at the Deja Vu Donegal press launch in Letterkenny pictured with Grace Boyle Donegal Hospice and Phonsie McElwee the first secretary of the Donegal International rally all them years ago. They are pictured at the door of a replica Porsche 911 that first won the event in the 70’s – Photo Brian McDaidEven when you’re not on the committee or the secretary it’s second nature for Phonsie and people like him down through the years to go into an automatic when a bit of promotion of the rally is needed.So what is a Déjà vu Donegal? This event is a more leisurely tour retracing the great stages and stopping off at some of the great locations that instantly say Donegal Rally since it began back in the 1970s. If you have a car that was rallied back in the day or a replica car, this is the event for you.Former winners like Cathal Curley are taking part in the weekend drive which will end with a gala dinner at Jacksons Hotel, which is the rally headquarters for the forthcoming event.Beatty Crawford and Alan Tyndall are the men behind the Déjà Vu’s this will be their fifth event. Beatty Crawford was a former winner of the Circuit of Ireland with Adrian Boyd in an Mk1 Ford Escort.Deja Vu with that famous numberplate of the winner of the Donegal Rally in the early seventies in the hands of CB Curley on a Porsche 911 at the press conference this week at the Donegal Oil Company. Photo Brian McDaid.To name just one of his many success. In Donegal, it was his brother Esler Crawford that put Donegal on the map in print as one of the best if not the best motorsport photographers to stand on a ditch in Donegal come rally time. Beatty, who is a doctor by profession, recalled working with his brother back in the day heading into the news editors at publications like the Belfast Telegraph and flogging his brother’s images of the first Donegal Rally then patiently waiting the following day to see if the paper used any.Grace Boyle chairperson for the Donegal Hospice pictured with James Cullen double winner of the Donegal International Rally and also served as Clerk of the Course for the event pictured with Phone McElwee founder member and first Secretary of the Donegal Motor Club pictured at the Launch of the Deja Vuu Donegal 2019. Photo Brian McDaid.On Tuesday for the Déjà Vu, nothing had changed as Beatty was working the floor with the press that turned up to cover the conference.“Get Cullen into one there.”James Cullen, he’s was the big local hero.“Brian, make sure you get the Hospice sign in the background, That’s Jim Callaghan over there get a shot of him, he was the Clerk of the Course.”There’s only one plumPlum and Donegal Rally go together just like Castrol R is to a Mini. Neither is complete without the other.Just listening to Plum’s voice (Alan Tyndall) talking about the forthcoming déjà vu Donegal and him mentioning the great Donegal Stages on the rally that he made household names around the rally world through us TV production RPM.Make the dateThe organisers are anticipating that around 130 crews plan to make Donegal their destination on the 30th and 31st of August so if you have memories of the Donegal and a motor and wanted to relive them the registration for this event in Donegal opens on the 1st of February by going on the RPM website. Where entrants can avail of an early bird rate.Donegal HospiceTo date, Déjà Vu and the events it has organised so far have raised over €100,000 for charities, and this year’s event hopes to continue in that fundraising path by nominating the Donegal Hospice as the local charity to benefit from the weekend’s nostalgia.Roads used on the Donegal over the years like Glen, Atlantic Drive and even that classic of the early years like the “Round the houses” stage in Ramelton will all be included on the 120-mile tour.Jim Callaghan Former Clerk of the Course and his son Gerard with Double winner John Lyons at the press conference for Deja Vu Donegal 2019 which will run in August 30th and 31st Photo Brian McDaid.At the press conference at the Donegal Oil Company offices this week three multi winners of the Donegal International who notched up 7 victories between them. Derry’s Cathal Curley.Anne Mc Gowan from the Donegal Hospice pictured with three times winner of the Donegal Cathal Curley at the press conference for the forthcoming Deja Vu Donegal 2019 in aid of the Donegal Hospice. Photo Brian McDaid.Tyrone’s John Lyons and Donegal’s James Cullen. Memories of 911’s, Downtown Radio RS 1800’s and pink Sierras came to mind as the winning drivers posed for pictures at a replica of the standard Porsche that CB won the second Donegal in back in ‘73Jumper LeadsIf you have memories of Donegal’s past or even of friends or loved ones that have passed from this earth, but gave joy to the tens of thousands of spectators that came to Donegal over that June weekend every year, be them seeded at number 1 number 51 or number 151, get the jump leads out, relight the spark on their behalf.There is Avengers Sunbeams and Escorts sitting waiting forgotten that were built in sheds on long Donegal winter nights so long summers days on a weekend in June could be enjoyed.The buzz, the craic. the friends, the competition, and the memories.Happy Motoring Folks.DD Motoring: Where on earth is like the hills of Donegal? was last modified: January 24th, 2019 by Brian McDaidShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Brian McDaiddonegal hospicedonegal international rally
I don’t know if you’ve attended HR conferences or SHRM chapter meetings. I have a feeling that many HR pros want to do this, but they may have not gone to them . . . yet. There may be great reasons that you haven’t taken this step yet, but I want to challenge this (and some other things.)When you attend conferences, you see HR pros attracted to sessions where they can receive encouragement and/or motivation. This is great and also telling. Everyone likes a shot in the arm to get energized. I think these sessions are so full because people are just flat worn out. I don’t want to support a “woe is me” stance for Human Resources practitioners. I don’t think it’s needed. There’s too much of the deconstruction of HR out there. I want to see that turned completely around, and never take that approach again . . . ever.This past week I read something that describes most of HR. It said, “The majority of people wish for safety. You should be bold instead !!”I completely agree with this sentiment. When I scan the HR landscape, the tone of the profession is to play to the middle and keep as much stasis as possible. Keep everything, and everyone, calm. We’ve done our best to remove the excitement, passion and fun in the workplace. Isn’t it ironic then that when we go to HR events, we seek the presentations that will fill us with the same items that we’ve tried to squelch?The only thing holding people back from being bold in who they are and what they do, is the voice of doubt that runs like an endless tape in our heads. The desire to take bold steps is inherent in all of us, but the fear that we sense becomes irrational and leads us to maintain the status quo.Aren’t you tired of this? Why would you keep practicing HR if it continues to be frustrating and mundane? Time to be bold !!The key thing to note in making a 180 degree move like this is to be connected to others who have gone before you. There may not be an overwhelming number of these folks but they exist. I’d encourage you to start being bold by getting out and finding HR events to attend. It will be difficult to make this sort of transformation just through your own efforts at your workplace. It will seem so out of the norm to those you work with that you could become quickly discouraged.When you gather with other HR pros, you can connect and network with those who can encourage you. You’ll find that those who are bold themselves are never alone. They surround themselves with others who also are willing to not except the ordinary as the norm. I’ve also seen that they welcome the chance to help others and make themselves available. They relish the chance to see more HR folks practice boldly !!So, when the voices of “I can’t spend time away . . . ” or “My company won’t support . . .” or “I can’t afford . . .” start playing in your head – you have to ignore them and look for ways to get to HR gatherings. If something is too far away, then find something local or virtual. If something is too costly or out of your budget, read HR blogs and get active in social media forums. If your company won’t support you, then don’t settle. You need to push back and show them that they will benefit from you receiving professional development and having more HR resources.I know this is risky and I know that it will be challenging. I also know that it’s a much better way to live and practice HR !! There is no need to keep playing it safe. Join me and be bold !!Originally posted on Everyday People blog.
Professional advancement and building a successful loss prevention career can mean many things to many different people. For some individuals, it may mean reaching a top leadership position at a particular company. Some aspire to be the best at a particular skill or discipline, building a base of knowledge and expertise that sets them apart from the rest. For others, it may involve gaining experience in multiple professional fields in order to establish a versatile role. Still others simply want the recognition that comes with reaching a particular level of performance and the security that it provides.There are many different ways to evaluate our career vision and professional aspirations. But what is most important is that we find the path that fits us best. Whatever our professional goals and aspirations might be; whatever skills and experiences have helped forge our personal loss prevention career path, we have to find and seize the opportunities to learn, grow, and progress.All of us throughout the loss prevention community are proud of the accomplishments of those that have worked hard and earned a new place along the loss prevention career path. Please join us in congratulating the following individuals on their recent career moves and promotions.- Sponsor – May 2019May 23rd – May 29th Walter Palmer has been named executive vice president at CAP Index. Jen Paladino is now a regional loss prevention manager at Holt Renfrew. Dan Nesselroth, CFI, PCI was promoted to senior investigator, corporate security at Sony Electronics. Christopher Joyce, CORCI is now an area loss prevention supervisor at Burlington Stores. Elric Henderson is now divisional manager, security and loss prevention at Purolator International.Henry Johnson, LPC, CFI was promoted to senior manager, logistics loss prevention at Amazon. Elizabeth Rush was promoted to divisional loss prevention manager at Publix Super Markets. Elizabeth Spoden was promoted to cross brand multi-unit loss prevention manager at Gap Inc. Bryan LeFebvre was promoted to group manager, corporate asset protection at Stage Stores. Jordan Shelest is now asset protection and compliance manager at Delta 9 Cannabis. Will Devellis is now a district loss prevention manager at Rexall Pharmacy.Chris Dickman is now a district loss prevention manager at Burlington Stores.Chris Hinger, LPC is now director of loss prevention and corporate security at Warby Parker. Tim Juback MBA was promoted to regional loss prevention and security manager at Amazon. Sean Staron was promoted to asset protection director at Saks Fifth Avenue Flagship. May 16th – May 22ndJoshua Beckler is now a district loss prevention manager at Sephora. Michael Segreto is now corporate fraud prevention manager at City Furniture. Jack Dye is now a senior loss prevention investigator at Goodwill of the Finger Lakes.Denver Culpepper was promoted to manager of investigative analytics, asset protection at The Home Depot. Aaron Leger, LPC was promoted to senior regional loss prevention manager at Amazon.David Zwernemann, CFI was promoted to senior regional loss prevention manager at Amazon.Brian Lux was promoted to director, US corporate investigations at Walmart.Nick Ferris, LPC is now an asset protection district leader at Rite Aid.Malik Zaheer was promoted to country security manager at Philip Morris International (Pakistan).Mike Triesch was promoted to director of business resiliency and operations at Nordstrom.Nathan Iniguez was promoted to district loss prevention manager at HomeGoods. Barney Molnar, LPC was promoted to regional loss prevention manager at Amazon. Tom Hare was promoted to organized retail crime investigator at The Home Depot. John White, B.S., LPC was promoted to regional loss prevention manager at Amazon.Brent Peters is now a regional loss prevention specialist at HS Brands Global.Jeff Valentine, CFI was promoted to loss prevention training manager at The TJX Companies.John McCourt is now a regional loss prevention manager at Amazon.Stephen Prettyman was promoted to corporate manager of investigations at The Home Depot.Kersonder Williams is now an area asset protection manager at Victoria’s Secret. May 9th – May 15thSean Browne was promoted to corporate manager, organized retail crime – northern division at The Home Depot.Kit Becker was promoted to Marmaxx loss prevention training manager at The TJX Companies. Jason N. Jones was promoted to global security manager – security operations center at Facebook.Sergio Castro was promoted to Marmaxx loss prevention training specialist at The TJX Companies. Brandy Sluss is now a loss prevention specialist at EG America. Alexandra Clayton was promoted to loss prevention manager – retail projects at Morrison’s (UK).Steven Bedi was named director of asset protection at The Decurion Corporation. Chris Franzen was promoted to Marmaxx loss prevention training specialist at The TJX Companies.Daniel Perkins is now a regional loss prevention manager at L Brands. Benjamin Schwartz was promoted to corporate manager of asset protection investigations at The Home Depot.Casey Wright was promoted to vice president of operations at US Foods. Thomas Hacker was promoted to director of visual merchandising at The Home Depot. Philip Davey was promoted to regional shrink specialist at Morrisons (UK).Alicia Williams is now a Marmaxx loss prevention training specialist at The TJX Companies. John McDonagh was promoted to training coordinator at Walgreens.Kyle Penoyer was promoted to senior manager of asset protection investigations at The Home Depot. Dominik Schwarzbacher was promoted to cluster loss prevention and security manager at Amazon (Spain).Patrick Parris was promoted to market loss prevention training specialist at The TJX Companies. Corey Freeman, CFI is now director of loss prevention at Cosentino’s Food Stores. Amanda McHenry was promoted to regional asset protection, operations and safety director at Lowe’s.Kevin Jones is now a Marmaxx loss prevention training specialist at The TJX Companies. May 2nd – May 8thMario Barrientos is now Marmaxx loss prevention training specialist at The TJX Companies. Meghan Fechko was promoted to lead area loss prevention manager at Ulta Beauty. Christopher Drayton Ellison was promoted to safety compliance officer at America’s Thrift Stores. Cornelius Miree is now a market investigator at Family Dollar. Craig Cole is now an asset protection investigator at Selfridges (UK).Chris Carrillo was promoted to corporate manager of investigations at The Home Depot. John Lee was promoted to ORC investigator at The Home Depot. Kelly Harrington was promoted to senior manager asset protection investigations at The Home Depot. Thomas Andersson is now organized retail crime specialist at Albertsons/ Tom Thumb/ Randalls.Chris Reagan is now data center security manager at Amazon. Rory Stallard was promoted to senior manager of asset protection investigations at The Home Depot. Dennis Lonergan has been promoted to vice president, asset protection at EPIC Risk Solutions. Jacqueline (Wolk) Schloss is now a market ORC manager at Lowe’s Companies.Tobbie West was promoted to regional director, asset protection programs at Macy’s. Jeff Larimer is now an area asset protection manager at JCPenney.Vic DeBlassi is now a regional loss prevention manager at Finish Line. Florian Schwarz, MBA was promoted to cluster loss prevention manager at Amazon (Germany).Bob Kupbens was named president, innovation and new business at ADTSara Mortimore was named vice president, global food safety compliance at Walmart.Frank Panebianco was promoted to vice president sales ICS, NA at Checkpoint Systems.Stephen Fullilove is now an area asset protection manager at JC PenneyJames Stanek is now senior corporate security investigator at Verizon.Dyan Clancy is now executive sales director at FaceFirst Face Recognition Software.Jaclyn Clarke is now corporate investigator at Zurich North America.Daniel Kaiser, Jr – MS, LPC, CFE was promoted to LP inquiries and analysis manager at The Exchange.Jonathan Dalton CFI, LPC is now asset protection manager – solutions at Walgreens.April 25th – May 1stBenjamin Konzag was promoted to cluster manager loss prevention and security at Amazon.Caglar Ari, CFI was promoted to cluster manager, security and loss prevention at Amazon (Germany).Ashley Wengrzyn-Phillips was promoted to market manager at Walmart. Zak Brownlee, CFI, LPC, CFE is now a regional asset protection manager at L Brands. Timothy Hall, LPC was promoted to director of asset protection at 7-Eleven.Jake Sawyer, CFI is now a regional loss prevention manager at Family Dollar. John Lanzon was promoted to regional loss prevention manager at Gap Inc.Anthony Hyberger is now a district loss prevention manager at Loomis. Sherell Burns was promoted to Marmaxx loss prevention training specialist at The TJX Companies. Cameron Wilkinson is now a district Loss Prevention Manager at TJX Canada/Winners Merchants International. John Mearls was promoted to senior director of fraud operations and customer dispute resolutions at Varo Money Inc. Kyle Haynes was promoted to director of global investigations – technology investigations at Walmart.Amanda McClellan was promoted to global investigator III at Walmart.Elizabeth Bolton is now a risk and compliance agent at IKEA Group. Chase Seitz was promoted to district director of operations and asset protection at Macy’s.Jim Mansour is now a district asset protection leader at CVS Health. Tim LePelley, CFI is now an area loss prevention manager at Ross Stores. Angela Schorah was promoted to multi-brand loss prevention trainer at TJX Companies. Anthony Auciello, CFI is now a senior regional asset protection manager at Whole Foods Market. Alaina Kring, CPhT was promoted to lead ORC manager at Ulta Beauty. Bob Higgins was promoted to director – Intelligent Retail Lab by Walmart.Aaron Wade is now an area loss prevention supervisor at Bealls. Douglas Del Campo, LPC was promoted to regional loss prevention manager (global specialty fulfillment) at Amazon. Andrew Crosby, CFI is now director of loss control and compliance at Astreya. Kelley Lederer is now systems and investigations support manager at The TJX Companies. James Stark was promoted to vice president of loss prevention and risk management at Pier 1. Review the April 2019 “People on the Move.”Many of the loss prevention / asset protection career moves and promotions are reported to us by our career advisor partners. We are grateful for their collective efforts and diligence in delivering this information. If you would like to provide information pertaining to a recent promotion or career move that is not listed here, please send your submissions to peopleonthemove [at] lpportal.com. Stay UpdatedGet critical information for loss prevention professionals, security and retail management delivered right to your inbox. Sign up now
CCH Tax Day ReportBefore January 1, 2022, a person issued a seller’s permit for a place of business that is a “dispensary,” as defined in the Medical Cannabis Regulation and Safety Act, may remit California sales and use tax amounts due for retail sales at the dispensary by a means other than electronic funds transfer (EFT). During this period, a dispensary is not subject to the general requirement to remit amounts due by EFT if its estimated tax liability averages $10,000 or more per month.Ch. 811 (A.B. 821), Laws 2016, effective January 1, 2017