Comings and Goings

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Van Andrews to CEO, U.S. Robotics, Rolling Meadows, Ill., from senior VP, Gateway, North Sioux City, S.D. The dial-up modem marketer completes its spinoff from 3Com Corp. in September.

David Mackay to chief operating officer USA, Kellogg Co., Battle Creek, Mich., from managing director, Kellogg U.K. He succeeds John Cook, who left the company as president, Kellogg North America.

Sue Guise, 41, to exec VP-director of operations, a new position at Doner, Southfield, Mich., from senior VP-director of administration.

Hart Weichselbaum, 52, to exec VP-director of account planning, FCB Worldwide, Chicago, from planning director, Richards Group, Dallas. He succeeds Dana Anderson, who last month was named managing director of the office.

Angela Pasqualucci, 33, to exec VP-group director on the Procter & Gamble Co. account at Jordan McGrath Case & Partners/Euro RSCG, New York, from senior VP-management supervisor. Also, Richard Bodge, 47, to exec VP-group director, from group director; Steve Magee, 45, to exec VP-creative, from senior VP-creative.

Glenn Eccleston, 53, to senior VP-director, Interpublic Group of Cos.' GM Cyberworks, Warren, Mich., from his own Internet marketing business. The position had been vacant.

Thomas J. Bair, 40, to associate publisher, Rodale Press' Men's Health, New York, from advertising director.

Annemarie Iverson, 36, to editor in chief, Gruner & Jahr USA Publishing's YM, New York, from a free-lance writer. She succeeds Diane Salvatore, who left the company. Also: Emily Listfield, 43, to editor in chief, Fitness, from executive editor, McCall's. She succeeds Sarah Mahoney, who left the company. In addition, Gruner & Jahr promoted Sally Lee to the new position of editorial director of all Parents-branded publications and products, from editor in chief of Parents.

Ann Cleveland, 39, to media director, Katsin/Loeb, San Francisco, from VP-associate media director, Saatchi & Saatchi, San Francisco. She succeeds Michael McNamara, who left the company.

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