Linda Fox has been appointed president of...
Linda Fox has been appointed president of Financial Resources Mortgage, Mission Valley, a division of International Savings. She had served as vice president/real estate finance and regional loan manager for Great American Savings.
John Pollis, marketing director for the Housing Group of Fleetwood Enterprises, Riverside, has received Marketing Director of the Year honors from the National Assn. of Home Builders’ National Sales & Marketing Council. Pollis was named in the category of new home detached housing builders with a total volume of 250 homes a year.
David W. Dresnick, a real estate mortgage banker, has joined George Smith Financial Services, Los Angeles, as president and chief operating officer. Dresnick will succeed Allen M. Condon, who is leaving to resume his previous involvement in the apartment development field.
Jeffrey R. Matsen, a Newport Beach attorney, has been elected president of the Orange Tri-County California chapter of Real Estate Securities and Syndication Institute. He previously served as president of RESSI’s Southern California chapter.
Gary K. Dempster, William Sebring and Rafael Caballero have been named associates at Altoon & Porter Architects, Los Angeles. Susan R. Ford assumes the title of office manager.
Sanders Real Estate, Laguna Niguel, is now a division of Landmark Land Co. Inc. and its principal, Monte Sanders, has joined Landmark Real Estate Co. as vice president and director of sales for Duna La Quinta in La Quinta.
Robert Englekirk, president of Robert Englekirk Consulting Structural Engineers Inc., has received the Henry C. Turner Award for 1985 given by the American Concrete Institute for notable achievement in design of concrete buildings. In 1984 he had won the Alfred E. Landau Award for innovative design of reinforced concrete structures.
Allen F. Flanders has been appointed general manager of Hope Consulting Group in San Francisco and will continue as a principal architect with the San Diego-based architectural and engineering firm.
Diane Cullen Alfvin, formerly with Western Office Interiors, has joined Swimmer Cole Martinez Curtis, a Marina del Rey interior design and space-planning firm, as associate in charge of the downtown Los Angeles office.
Paul Cote has been named vice president for Genstar Southwest Development’s Santee operations and has opened offices there at 8624 Cuyamaca St.
Mary Jane Overman has been appointed president of P. S. Commercial Properties Group, a division of Public Storage Management.
Erik Lerner has been appointed senior vice president in the Los Angeles headquarters office of Environetics International Inc.
John J. McPhillips has been named director of marketing and acquisitions for the San Diego regional office of Cadillac Fairview Industrial Development Inc.
Carole P. Eichen, president and chief designer of Carole Eichen Interiors Inc., Santa Ana, has been named a member of the Multi-Housing West Advisory Board of Multi-Housing News.
Michael P. Imbriglio has been promoted to director of business development for San Diego Soils Engineering Inc., San Diego.
Paul N. Young has been named executive vice president of Gans Investment Corp., Beverly Hills, and as president of its wholly owned subsidiary, Gans Securities Corp. The companies are involved in syndication of multifamily housing.
Richard D. Miller has been promoted to vice president/engineering of Tishman Construction Corp. of California, Arizona and Colorado. He will head Tishman’s West Coast mechanical/electrical group.
Glen H. Orson, an executive with 30 years experience in real estate, has been appointed vice president/property management for Search Builders Inc., Los Angeles.
Kenneth B. Kerch, a project architect for the architectural firm of Deems/Lewis & Partners, San Diego, has been promoted to associate.
Pam Ornellas has been promoted to the newly created position of administrative services coordinator at the Irvine Consulting Group, El Toro.
Howard B. Welchsel has joined Diversified Shopping Centers as director of asset management. He has been involved in development and leasing in real estate for past 20 years.
Michele Rea, manager of Coldwell Banker Real Estate Management Services’ San Fernando Valley office, has been awarded the professional designation of certified property manager by the Institute of Real Estate Management.
John S. Rope, a veteran of commercial and industrial construction, has been promoted to vice president of the Irvine district office of Nielsen Construction Co., San Diego.
V. Patrick Hall has been promoted to executive vice president of TOLD Corp., Newbury Park.
Kate Collins has been awarded the Residential Member designation of the American Institute of Real Estate Appraisers. She is a commercial lending appraisal administrator with American Savings & Loan Assn. in Sherman Oaks.
Robert G. Weamer Jr., assistant vice president and manager of Cushman & Wakefield’s Ontario appraisal division, has been awarded the MAI designation by the governing council of the American Institute of Real Estate Appraisers.
Dennis Chiniaeff and Ron Kirchoff have been promoted to vice presidents at Rancho California Division of Kaiser Development Co. in Rancho California.
Michael A. Mohler, a veteran construction executive, has joined the staff of Coto de Caza as vice president of construction, planning and development.
Randall B. Leavitt, formerly a leasing agent with the Trammell Crow Co., has been named president and chief executive officer of the Bull Moose Development Co., Los Angeles.
Letty D. Bierschenk, longtime member of the commercial real estate community, has joined the Los Angeles office of Grubb & Ellis Commercial Brokerage Services, as an investment properties specialist.
Ron Robbins, senior vice president of the mortgage loan division of the George Elkins Co. and member of the board of directors, has been selected to serve as one of five members of the new editorial advisory board for the California Real Estate Directory.
Phillip R. Nicholson, senior partner of the Los Angeles-based Cox, Castle & Nicholson, has been elected chairman of the Los Angeles chapter of the Building Industry Assn.'s committee on political action.
Randolph A. Jefferson, who is based in the Los Angeles office of Langdon Wilson Mumper Architects has been named a partner in the firm.