Dick’s Sporting Goods has appointed Teri List-Stoll as its next finance chief, effective in August. She will replace Andre Hawaux, who has been serving as both chief operating officer and CFO and will remain in the COO role. List-Stoll will join the firm from Kraft Foods Group, where she headed finance from 2013 until this past February and was a senior adviser from February until May.
Melba Bartels has been appointed to head finance at HomeStreet, effective Aug. 3. Formerly, she was CFO of the auto finance and student lending division of JPMorgan Chase.
Alison Cornell has been hired to lead the finance function at International Flavors & Fragrances, effective July 8. Most recently, she held the top finance spot at Covance.
Flotek Industries has promoted Robert Schmitz to the top finance spot. He takes over for H. Richard Walton, who has been named CFO emeritus. Schmitz had been corporate controller since 2013 at the oilfield technologies developer and distributor.
Shannon Okinaka has been promoted to finance chief at Hawaiian Holdings and its wholly owned subsidiary, Hawaiian Airlines. She had been interim CFO since January, when she succeeded Scott Topping, who left the company. Okinaka had also been controller of the airline since 2011.
Robert Mundy has been selected to head finance at Packaging Corp. of America. He will join the company on July 1 and take over as CFO from Richard West on Sept. 1. West will remain an adviser to the firm until he retires in March of next year. Mundy comes to the company from Verso, where he has led the finance function since 2006.
3D Systems has promoted David Styka to the top finance spot, succeeding Ted Hull. Styka has been at the company since January, and had been chief accounting officer.
Freight-service provider Celadon Group has promoted Bobby Peavler to the posts of CFO and treasurer. Formerly, he was principal accounting officer.
Paul Korus, who heads finance at Cimarex Energy, plans to retire by Sept. 1. Mark Burford, vice president of capital markets and planning, will succeed him at that time.
Management and holding firm Griffon has announced that Brian Harris will take over the top finance spot, effective Aug. 1. He replaces Douglas Wetmore, who will retire as of July 31. Harris has been chief accounting officer of the company since 2009 and controller since 2012.