Dominic Dragisich has been named to the top finance spot at Choice Hotels International. He previously headed finance at XO Communications.
Sabra Dipping has appointed Paula Fitzgerald finance chief. She formerly worked at PepsiCo, which jointly owns Sabra with The Strauss Group. There, she was senior director, Walmart sales finance, for PepsiCo North America Beverages.
Biopharmaceutical-services provider Parexel International has named Simon Harford to head finance, effective June 1. He comes to the company from GlaxoSmithKline, where he was senior vice president of finance for the firm’s global pharmaceuticals business.
Keith Bush has been chosen to lead the finance function at check printer Deluxe Corp., effective March 31. He will succeed Edward Merritt, who has been interim CFO since September, and who will return to his former posts as treasurer and vice president of investor relations. Most recently, Bush was senior vice president of finance at American Airlines.
CFO John Stewart plans to retire by the end of April from Welbilt (formerly Manitowoc Foodservice). The company has begun a search for his replacement.
Modular-carpet manufacturer Interface has named Bruce Hausmann to head finance, effective April 10. Formerly, he was CFO of the uniform and refreshment-services units at Aramark.
Thomas Crimmins has resigned as head of the finance function at B&G Foods, effective March 24. The company has begun a search for his successor; in the meantime, corporate controller Amy Chiovari will be interim CFO.
Real estate investment trust EastGroup Properties has announced that finance chief N. Keith McKey will retire on July 31. Senior vice president Brent Wood, who has been at the firm since 1996, will replace him.
Thomas Robertson has been promoted to the top finance spot at Rocky Brands. He has been senior financial analyst since joining the apparel designer and manufacturer in September.