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Kathleen Bogaski





Jay Swaintek


Landscape architect Kathleen Bogaski joins the San Francisco–based firm of Suzman & Cole Design Associates. Bogasky is also working to complete a University of Michigan MLA with a focus in ecologically-sensitive design. Also joining the firm is landscape architect Jay Swaintek.

Tara Zaccaria joins Green Earth Landscaping & Design, Inc. in Hackensack, N.J. Zaccaria will serve as contract administrator and as the firm's liaison with clients.

The Advanced Management Institute for Architecture and Engineering (AMI) welcomes two new experts to its ranks. Joseph D. Rei, Ph.D. will serve as director of executive development and will coordinate the AMI's newly-created Organizational Learning Forum. Cynthia D. Crenshaw, Ph.D. will serve as the AMI's director of corporate learning. The Napa, Calif.-based institute provides education and training for the architecture and engineering industries.






Angela Barley


Nowell & Associates Landscape Architecture, Inc. of San Diego, Calif. welcome a manager and a pair of architects to their ranks. Angela Barley joins the firm as junior program manager. Scott Sandel and Brad Lenahan come aboard as landscape architects.

Laurie Pryor, a recent MLA grad from North Carolina State University, joins ColeJenest & Stone's Raleigh, N.C. team as site designer. John Woodlief joins the firm as design engineer.






Linda Anderson





Elizabeth Ochsner


Lafayette, Colo. landscape architecture firm Design Concepts announces a pair of promotions. Linda Anderson, who oversees management and marketing for the business, is named firm associate. Landscape architect Elizabeth Ochsner is also promoted to firm associate. Design Concepts specializes in landscape design and master planning in the Rocky Mountain region.

Doug Kozma of the Ann Arbor, Mich. landscape architecture firm JJR, accepted several awards for the firm at the MASLA Conference and Awards Gala on Sept. 10 in Kalamazoo, Mich. Kudos were directed at JJR's Delta College Landscape Master Plan and its design work for the Tournament Players Club of Michigan.

Walt Mangold announces the debut of Landplan Design Group, Inc. in Ft. Myers, Fla. Landplan offers site design, permit coordination and landscape architecture services. Mangold has a 32-year career in Florida, including time as senior landscape architect for Walt Disney World.

Landscape architects Michael Wayne Breedlove, Paul James Brickey, Jr. and Rebecca Reagan Kirk were appointed in September by Gov. Sonny Perdue to the Georgia Board of Landscape Architects.

Gary Bailey joins irrigation-industry manufacturer Aquarius Brands Incorporated as vice president of sales and marketing. Bailey will be based at the company's Ontario, Calif. headquarters.






Anabel Magana


Anabel Magana joins Vista Professional Outdoor Lighting as resource director. Magana will coordinate Vista's participation in trade industry shows and will oversee the manufacturer's human resources department.






J. Leo Lovato


Carson Industries, LLC, which makes a variety of landscape-related products, welcomes J. Leo Lovato as vice president of sales and marketing. Lovato moves from his former position at Toro Company in Riverside, Calif. to Carson Industries, which is based in La Verne, Calif.






Jack Buzzard


Jack Buzzard, who spent 35 years developing markets for Rain Bird, has been named the recipient of the Irrigation Association's 2004 Crawford Reid Memorial Award. The award recognizes achievement in promoting efficient irrigation techniques and is scheduled to be presented at the 25th International Irrigation Show in Tampa, Fla. on Nov. 15.






William Pogue


Former Irrometer Co. president William R. Pogue has been named the recipient of the Irrigation Association's 2004 Industry Achievement Award. The award recognizes outstanding work by an individual in the irrigation industry to promote the industry and its products. Pogue retired in 2003. He is scheduled to accept the award in Tampa, Fla. on Nov. 15.






Edward Norum


Edward M. Norum, the Center for Irrigation Technology's first executive director, has been named 2004 Person of the Year by the Irrigation Association. Dr. Stuart Styles, director of the Irrigation Training and Research Center, also receives 2004 Person of the Year honors.



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