Movers & Shakers

Rendulic named National City executive VP

Thomas W. Golonski, president, chairman and CEO of National City Bank of Pennsylvania, announced that Mark R. Rendulic was named executive vice president, consumer and small business financial services for National City Bank of Pennsylvania.

Previously, Rendulic was community banking network executive for National City in Pennsylvania.

In his new role, he is responsible for National City’s 120 branch retail network in the Greater Pittsburgh area.

Golonski said, “Under Mark’s direction, our bank has put in place a highly successful community banking structure in Western Pennsylvania, consistently increased market share, and enhanced our commitment to being the area’s premiere small business lender. With Mark’s leadership, we are poised to win against our competition on all fronts, not only providing the highest quality products and services, but also in caring for the communities in which we do business.”

Rendulic joined the bank in 1986 and has served in various capacities including area president for Northern Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh market manager and branch manager in various Pennsylvania locations.

He will serve as Pittsburgh chairman of the 2004 March of Dimes WalkAmerica. He is a member of the Board of Trustees of Milcreek Community Hospital in Erie and a member of the board of directors of the Pittsburgh Urban League.


Irene Horstmann Hannan was named senior vice president for specialized banking at Citizens Bank of Pennsylvania, which maintains dual headquarters in Pittsburgh and Philadelphia. Hannan oversees and manages specialized industries, including Government Banking, Not-for-Profit, Professional Services and Healthcare. She is the former chief financial officer of the National Center for Urban Ethnic Affairs in Washington, D.C., and previously led her own company as vice president of Hannan Associates.


After nearly four decades in the advertising business as a writer, creative director and strategist, Jim Calderone retired Dec. 31 as president of Ten United’s Pittsburgh office.

“Our agency has been fortunate to have a man like Jim here for seven years,” said Bill Binstock, Ten United CEO. “He is terrific with clients, and he’s been a great leader and mentor for our staff, and a great partner and friend to me. Much of our success over the past several years can be credited to Jim’s leadership.”

Calderone, 59, says he’s been mulling retirement for some time.

“I’m ready to slow down from the pace of 60-hour weeks filled with meetings, strategy sessions, brainstorming and ever-present deadlines. I finally decided the time was right to stop making excuses for putting it off any longer.”

Calderone intend sto keep his hands in the advertising business as a teacher and part-time consultant, including doing consulting work for Ten United.

“My approach for developing strategies and creative direction — as well as guiding the Pittsburgh office — has always been more as a teacher than a manager,”Calderone says. “I want to continue sharing my views and experience in both academic and professional settings. I’d also like to develop a better golf game, but I’m afraid it might be too late for that.”

Binstock credited Calderone’s efforts as a major factor in Ten United being awarded the national advertising business for The Hoover Company — an account Calderone spearheaded for a number of years.

“Jim is responsible for much of the success of the Pittsburgh office,” said Binstock. “Most of all, his great disposition created an atmosphere that let this agency succeed. That one simple aspect of his style made all the difference.”


JOHN MOSKAL was named a managing director of Marsh Inc.’s Pittsburgh office. Moskal is a member of the Pittsburgh office executive committee and is the office’s sales leader, responsible for the overall business development efforts of the region, as well as the oversight of the strategic and timely delivery of critical risk management solutions to clients and prospects. Moskal holds a bachelor’s in business administration from Duquesne University and has been associated with Marsh since 1979.


Robert P. Bozzone will retire as chairman of Allegheny Technologies Inc. following the company’s annual stockholders meeting in May. The board will name L. Patrick Hassey as chairman at that time.

Hassey currently serves as ATI’s president and CEO, and was named to those positions on Oct. 1, 2003. He is a graduate of California State University at Long Beach and attended the University of Southern California MBA Program. He and his wife have six grown children and live in Pittsburgh.

Jack W. Shilling, ATI executive vice president, was named chairman of the Specialty Steel Industry of North America (SSINA) on Jan. 1. Shilling is responsible for ATI’s strategic growth opportunities, technology development and other key technical matters. He received his Ph.D. in metallurgical engineering from the University of Pittsburgh; M.S. in physics, Cornell University; and B.A. in physics, Franklin & Marshal College.


Donald W. Dempsey has joined LLI Technologies Inc., a downtown Pittsburgh engineering, architecture and construction company. Dempsey will serve as director and associate of the firm. He is responsible for driving strategic initiatives primarily in the Construction Services Group component of LLI Technologies’ core business, which includes strategic planning, business development and operational assistance to the shareholders in charge of Construction Services. The objective is to provide managed growth, increased profitability and enhanced public imaging for LLI Technologies in general. Other responsibilities include providing strategic planning assistance and business development for the LLI Management Committee as well as the other core business components — Engineering and Architectural Services.

He brings more than 30 years of solid leadership experience and successful managerial accomplishments in corporate real estate, development and construction, and is an active member of the National Association of Industrial and Office Properties and the FMI National Peer Group for Best Practices in Construction.