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Published September 1, 2003
Stephen Sefton joined Ellerbe Becket's San Francisco office as a senior project designer.
The NFL named Chris Fuller vice president of media sales.
The North American Football League named Walt Coleman director of officials.
Brian Werger was named director of business operations for the United Hockey League.
Lance Hartman was hired as director of corporate sales for the Grand Rapids (Mich.) Griffins of the American Hockey League. Jane Finnie was named ticket sales account executive, and Kevin Tringali was named community arena account executive by DP Fox Sports & Entertainment, the group that owns and operates the Griffins.
Paula Goldfarb was named account executive with the Worcester (Mass.) IceCats of the American Hockey League.
Baltimore-based Pretl Advertising Inc. merged its operations with The Leffler Agency. Richard Pretl, formerly president of Pretl Advertising, was appointed creative director of The Leffler Agency.
Fox Sports Net hired Ryan Field as a correspondent for the "Detroit Sports Report."
Matt Palmer of the Class A South Atlantic League's Hagerstown (Md.) Suns was named winner of the Good Guy Award by the Suns and major league parent the San Francisco Giants for his community service and fan interaction.
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