SHARPSVILLE, Pa. -- Cattron-Theimeg International Ltd. has appointed James W. Kingerski as senior vice president of railroad operations. He will lead Cattron-Theimeg's new railroad strategic business unit. Kingerski came to the company from Progress Rail Services, where he was senior vice president of sales and marketing, and he served concurrently as president of FM Industries Inc., a division of Progress Rail. Before his appointment, Kingerski served as consultant to Cattron-Theimeg for a year and had been associated with rail industry businesses since 1977. Kingerski has a master's degree from St. Francis College in Loretto, Pa., and a bachelor's degree from Point Park College in Pittsburgh.
WEATHERSFIELD -- RTI International Metals, parent company of RMI Titanium, has created five subsidiary positions in its effort to grow and diversify products.
Stephen R. Giangiordano has been named senior vice president of RMI Titanium Company. Formerly president of RMI's Galt Alloys Inc. subsidiary, he joined the company in 1984.
Bruce A. Whetzel is the new general manager of Galt Alloys. He had been general manager of operations at RMI and joined the company in 1998.
Michael C. Wellham was named senior vice president of RTI Fabrication & amp; Distribution, with responsibility for all of the group's businesses except RTI Energy Systems Inc. He was most recently vice president of RTI Fabrication in Houston, Texas. Wellham came to RTI in 1998.
Martin J. Procko is the new general manager of sales for RTI Fabrication & amp; Distribution. Procko joined the company in 1980 and was most recently national account manager for RMI.
Christopher P. Clancy was chosen to head a new subsidiary, RTI Commercial Products Inc. Clancy joined RTI in 1996.
WARREN -- Second National Bank is announcing three promotions.
Sharon L. Leeson, who joined the bank in 1997, has been made a private banking officer at the main banking center in Warren. Leeson has a bachelor's degree in business administration from Youngstown State University.
Theodore T. Gouza was named assistant vice president, private banking officer, and will be based at the Tippecanoe Banking Center. Gouza came to the bank in 1999 as a private banking officer and has a bachelor's degree in business administration from Temple University.
Kimberly L. Landfried is the new vice president, merchant portfolio manager. She joined the bank last month from another company, where she served as assistant vice president, regional program manager. Landfried has a bachelor's degree in psychology from Penn State University.
WARREN -- Elizabeth Ward has been promoted to manager in the Warren office of Hill, Barth and King LLC, certified public accountants. A CPA with more than 15 years of experience in her field, Ward has a bachelor's degree in business administration from Grove City College. She lives in Howland.
AKRON -- InfoCision Management is announcing a new appointment in its New Castle, Pa, office and a promotion in its Austintown location.
Erika Zuppo has joined the company as a personnel coordinator in the New Castle political call center. Zuppo came to the company from the Better Business Bureau of the Mahoning Valley, where she was an office manager. A Youngstown resident, she has a bachelor's degree in business administration and management from Youngstown State University.
Jill Avery has been named call center manager of the company's Austintown Christian call center. The Girard resident joined InfoCision as a program supervisor in the Austintown Political call center in 1997, was promoted to call center supervisor in 1999 and transferred to the Austintown Christian center in 2000.
McDONALD -- Cheryl Nichols of McDonald is a new sales consultant for Tastefully Simple, a national direct-sales company specializing in in-home presentations of gourmet foods.