COMINGS AND GOINGS

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Thomas Davis, 49, to VP-group executive, General Motors' North American Truck Group, Pontiac, Mich., from VP-group director of engineering. He succeeds Clifford Vaughan, who is retiring. Also: Thomas Hanenberger, 54, to GM group executive, GM international operations from international exec VP-design, product and manufacturing engineering.

Tom Crooks to president, Fahlgren, Columbus, Ohio, from chief operating officer. He succeeds to duties of Steve Drongowski, who retains the title CEO. Lisa Hamilton succeeds Mr. Crooks, from exec VP-general manager of the Columbus office.

Joel Davis to president, Cowles Business Media, Stamford, Conn., from VP, Reed Exhibition Cos.

Thomas W. Hoog to president-U.S., and general manager, Hill & Knowlton, New York, from chairman-public affairs, worldwide, Washington. He succeeds James A. Taylor, now global marketing director, Gateway 2000, North Sioux City, South Dakota.

Caren Shalek to group VP-licensing, the Americas and worldwide product development, Children's Television Workshop, New York, a new post, from general merchandise manager-childcraft products, Disney Direct Marketing Services.

Pete Woods to exec VP, Long Haymes Carr, Winston-Salem, N.C., from VP.

George Winston to senior VP-director of marketing, City National Bank, Beverly Hills, Calif., from a consultant. He adds duties from Newton Gore, who remains exec VP-chief information officer.

Roger Godbeer to VP-global media, Colgate-Palmolive Co., New York, from global media director.

Pierre Steele to VP-integrated marketing, Twentieth Century Fox Licensing & Merchandising, Beverly Hills, Calif., a new post, from VP-worldwide promotions.

Helene Cote to executive creative director, Rapp Collins Worldwide, New York, from senior art director, Anderson & Lembke, San Francisco. She succeeds Gerry Genova, who left.

Nina Gladir to director of sales, ABC Radio Networks, Los Angeles, from account exec, CBS Radio Networks.

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