BURBANK, Calif.-Richard D. Nanula, 34, will lead the Disney Store on its ambitious expansion from 335 to 600 stores worldwide by 1998.
Disney Store Worldwide named Mr. Nanula president. He will remain exec VP-chief financial officer of Walt Disney Co. until a successor is named.
As president, Mr. Nanula is in charge of operations, marketing and business strategy of the Disney Store and Walt Disney Gallery, its prototype retail-entertainment center in Santa Ana.
Mr. Nanula succeeds Paul Pressler, 38, who was named president of the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim. Mr. Pressler succeeds Jack Lindquist, who retired.
Other people moving:
George W. Henderson III, 46, to CEO, Burlington Industries, Greensboro, N.C., from president-chief operating officer effective Jan. 1. He succeeds Frank S. Greenberg, who will retire as CEO but remain chairman.
Kris Crow to senior VP-co-branded and affinity marketing, MasterCard International, New York, from senior VP-member relations, Midwest region, Chicago. She assumes the duties of Stephen Bartell, now VP-U.S. region strategic sales planning, a new post.
Terence L. Smith to VP-general manager for imports, a new post at Home Depot, Atlanta, from president-CEO, California Hardware Co., Industry, Calif.
SOUTHFIELD, Mich.-Bozell Worldwide chose Gary Topolewski to be its top Detroit area creative at the merged Bozell and CME KHBB offices, which just completed consolidating the two staffs into one location.
Mr. Topolewski takes the new title of managing partner-executive creative director. He had been managing partner-creative.
William Morden Jr. succeeds Mr. Topolewski from senior VP-creative director at Lintas Campbell-Ewald, Warren.
The 500 employees in the two offices are at 1000 Town Center, Suite 1500, 48075. Phone: (810) 354-5400. The move came 10 months after Bozell acquired the CME KHBB office.
Bozell also named Elaine Richman to the new position of buying supervisor. She had been senior buyer at BBDO Worldwide, Southfield.
Other people moving:
Shelly Lazarus, president of Ogilvy & Mather North America, New York, has been named Advertising Woman of the Year by the Advertising Women of New York. She was cited for her leadership at the agency and her part in IBM Corp.'s massive advertising consolidation at O&M earlier this year.
Richard A. Pounder to exec VP-senior account director, a new post at BBDO Worldwide, New York, from vice chairman, Saatchi & Saatchi Advertising.
Francois Sauve, a founding partner of Taxi L'Agence, Montreal, left to form his own company, Alice Ads & Wonders, 981 Cherriere St., H2L 1J2. Phone: (514) 941-0183.
Graham Kirk, principal-senior exec VP, Gray Kirk/VanSant, Baltimore, also to president of the agency's new West Palm Beach, Fla., office opening Dec. 15. The shop will focus on travel and tourism, banking and healthcare.
John Scott, 52, to senior VP-client creative director, a new post at Foote, Cone & Belding, Chicago, from chairman-CEO, Strategems.
Peter Lanyon, after three months as president of MacLaren Lintas, Toronto, stepped down to pursue independent work.
Richard Crispo to creative director, a new post at DDB Needham Worldwide, Chicago, from art director, Hal Riney & Partners, San Francisco.
Tom Saputo to VP-design director, Riney, Bradford & Huber, San Francisco, from design director, Team One, El Segundo, Calif. Hal Riney, Linda Bradford and Paul Huber co-founded the design company in 1992 to work on Saturn projects. Mr. Saputo assumes some duties of Mr. Huber, who will remain VP-design director but with reduced management responsibilities.
Elizabeth Shanklin to senior VP-management director, a new post at J. Walter Thompson USA, Chicago, from VP-management director.
Stephen Blair to senior VP-executive creative director, McCann-Erickson Worldwide, Toronto, from art director. He succeeds Michael Fromowitz, who left to form Red Ball Tiger.
Max Jerome and Steve Biegel to associate creative directors, new posts at Kirshenbaum & Bond, New York, from similar posts at Angotti, Thomas & Hedge, where they were a creative team.
NEW YORK-Hearst Magazines has again revised the lineup at some of its titles.
Jeffrey Hamill moved to ad director at Good Housekeeping, the same title he held at Cosmopolitan.
He takes over the duties of John "Jack" Grant, who left as associate publisher-ad director to become ad director of Golf Digest, Trumbull, Conn.
Also at Hearst Magazines, Jeffrey Burch moved to associate publisher of Cosmopolitan from associate publisher-advertising director of House Beautiful.
He succeeds Peg Farrell, now group director/advertising, Marie Claire.
Other people moving:
Bill Korn to chairman-CEO, Westinghouse Broadcasting Co., New York, from president. He succeeds Burton Staniar, who remains chairman-CEO, the Knoll Group, a Westinghouse subsidiary.
Beth Rockwood to VP-new business development and media planning relations, CBS Broadcast Group, New York, from exec VP-associate director of communications services, Young & Rubicam. She succeeds Jane Davey, who left.
Olin F. Morris to group senior VP for government and cable relations, a new post at The New York Times Co., New York, from president-general manager, WREG-TV, Memphis, Tenn., a Times Co. station.
Dawn Drew to advertising director, National Geographic Traveler, New York, from sales-business development manager, McCall's. She succeeds Linda Cherry, who left.
Pamela Hogan, 39, to director, a new post at Reader's Digest U.S. Video Publishing, Pleasantville, N.Y., from head of co-productions, National Geographic Television, New York.
Joe Dolce, 37, to editor in chief, Details, New York, from features editor, Vogue, also a Conde Nast Publication. He succeeds John Leland, who left.
New York-Retailer and philanthropist Milton J. Petrie, 92, died Nov. 6 of lung and kidney problems at his Manhattan home.
Mr. Petrie made his fortune, estimated at $940 million by Forbes, in retailing as founder and chairman of Petrie Stores Corp., Secaucus, N.J. The moderate-priced chain of women's clothing stores owns 14.1% of the shares of Toys "R" Us.
He had planned to retire at the Dec. 6 shareholders' meeting.
William R. Hesse, 80, former Benton & Bowles, New York, president-CEO and credited with saving the American Association of Advertising Agencies in 1978, died Nov. 8 in Yarmouth Port, Mass., after a brief illness. He served a year as interim Four A's president after the sudden death of John Crichton. Mr. Hesse, athletic as a youth and who served in World War II, began his marketing career in 1937 at Procter & Gamble Co., Cincinnati.
Elenore Hangley, 63, former exec VP-operations, Advertising Council, died Nov. 5 of cancer at an Englewood, N.J., hospital.