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NEW YORK
Bates USA, New York, promoted Tom Caggiano to senior vice president and creative director. Before joining the agency as vice president and associate creative director in 1994, Caggiano worked at Grey Advertising and Saatchi & Saatchi.
Shaun Gurl, who joined Time Inc. in 1984, was appointed associate publisher of Sports Illustrated for Kids, New York.
TN Media, New York, advanced Larry Blasius to senior vice president and director of its national broadcast unit.
Samuel Recenello became chief financial officer of McCann Direct, New York.
Grey Direct, New York, installed Andrew Deutch as president of Grey Database Strategies.
Mabel Wong, formerly with Adtech International Marketing Group in San Francisco, arrived at the New York office of Los Angeles-based Muse Cordero Chen as an account executive.
Condƒ Nast Publications, New York, named Jane Grenier creative services director of Gourmet. She replaces Randi MacColl, now director of marketing and creative services at Architectural Digest. Previously, Grenier was marketing services director for Esquire.
Tracy Dolgin was chosen executive vice president and chief operating officer of Fox Sports Net, New York. Dolgin continues to oversee marketing and promotional efforts for Fox Sports.
New York-based Poppe Tyson Interactive East advanced Gus Spathis to director of technology.
Robert Perlstein was selected director of public affairs for TDI, New York.
Wright Communications, New York, hired John Sargent as editorial director, Karen Brooks, Angela Long and Trevor Paccione as senior art directors, and Sarah Rice as production artist.
Robert Calandruccio, former vice president of sales at CBS Radio Network, became marketing director of The Family Handyman, part of the Reader's Digest Special Interest Magazine Group in New York.
Fortune magazine, New York, enlisted Rebecca Wesson Darwin as director of marketing and Terry McDevitt as director of communications.
Jennifer Pompa arrived at Media Logic, Albany, as a graphic artist.
Emmaus, Pa.-based Rodale Press promoted Men's Health Eastern advertising manager Tom Bair to advertising director of the magazine at its New York office. Steve Bruman progressed to international fashion director of the periodical.
Aaron Grossman, senior vice president and partner of Newman-Stein, was elected 1997-98 president of the New York American Marketing Association.

CONNECTICUT
The Atlantic Group in Norwalk added Taylor Hwang as director of information technology.

NEW JERSEY
MCS, Summit, designated Kimberly Bongiovi and DawnMarie Tilton account executives and Angela Dieckhans and Kristin Vitanza account representatives.
Roberta Nasta was named senior vice president of the international division at Mokrynski & Associates, Hackensack.
Gillespie, Princeton, added account executive Tina Maxwell and assistant account executives Marjorie Gandolfo and Dan Meehan.
Daria Blackwell, managing partner, moved up to director of client services and strategic planning at Dugan/Farley Communications, Upper Saddle River.
Einson Freeman, Paramus, promoted Laura Tessinari to account director.

PENNSYLVANIA
Pat Burns & Co., Haverford, signed Jennifer Morris as account manager and Paul Durkin as public relations manager.
Craig Buchholz, Sandra Sherman and Aaron Levangie moved up to group supervisor, senior account executive and account executive, respectively, at Dorland Sweeney Jones Health Communications, Philadelphia.
Earle Palmer Brown, Philadelphia, welcomed Melanie Sullivan as media planner and Kevin Kodz as new business development assistant.
James Corrigan, president, and John Havrilla, executive vice president, of Agnew & Corrigan Advertising became chairman and president, respectively, of the Lancaster agency. Chairman and founder Jan Agnew Groft will retire Aug. 1.