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Stover named Cardenas’ CEO

Eric Stover has been named Cardenas Markets’ division chief executive officer. Currently the Ontario-based supermarket chain’s chief merchandising officer, Stover will continue to report to Doug Sanders, chairman and chief of Heritage Grocers Group, according to a statement released Wednesday. Heritage Grocers is Cardenas’ parent company. “Eric is a strong …

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De Aztlan honored by RivCO

Amalia De Aztlan, a longtime civil rights activist, has been named Woman of the Year in Riverside County’s fourth district. Supervisor V. Manuel Perez selected Amalia De Aztlan for the honor as part of the county’s recognition of International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month, according to a statement on …

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Park named executive chef

Albert Park has been named executive chef at the South Coast Winery Resort & Spa in Temecula. Park will be in charge of culinary operations at The Vineyard Rose Restaurant, the resort’s signature attraction, while also overseeing the Vineyard Grill at South Coast Winery’s sister property Carter Estate Winery and …

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Cello named ONT’s chief marketing officer

Eren Cello has been named Ontario International Airport’s chief marketing and communications officer. Cello, who has been the airport’s director of marketing and communications for the past five years, led Ontario International’s “No So Fast” marketing campaign in 2022, according to a statement on the airport’s website. That campaign helped …

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Dorsey to be Fontana PD chief

Capt. Michael Dorsey has been named Fontana’s next police chief. Dorsey will succeed Chief Billy Green, who is retiring, according to a statement on the city’s Facebook page. A 29-year law enforcement veteran, Dorsey will be in charge of all department operations, both sworn and non-sworn personnel. He is scheduled …

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Rodriguez to lead UCR school of undergraduate education

Louie Rodriguez has been named UC Riverside’s vice provost and dean of undergraduate education, effective April 1. A professor in the university’s school of education, Rodriguez’s research concentrates on educational equity, Latino education, and community engagement, according to a statement on the university’s website. He was the school of education’s …

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