Charles S. Stephens, director of investments and treasurer of the United Mine Workers of America Health and Retirement Funds, Washington, is retiring. The fund, with about $7 billion in assets, hired executive search firm Isaacson, Miller to find a replacement. Mr. Stephens could not be reached for comment. David Bellshaw, a vice president at Isaacson Miller, said the firm hopes to recommend a replacement sometime in the fall.
Ellen Zimmermann was named retirement coordinator for the city of Pontiac, Mich., replacing Pamela Hopkins, who left in June to join Munder Capital Management, Birmingham, Mich. Ms. Zimmermann will oversee the $300 million City Employees' Retirement System and the $177 million Policemen & Firemen Retirement Fund. She had been the payroll and retirement supervisor at the city of Flint, where she was in charge of the $750 million defined benefit plan.
Susan Hannah was hired as chief investment officer of the Oklahoma State Insurance Fund, Oklahoma City, said Ron Sease, controller of the $720 million fund. Ms. Hannah replaces Bill Strecker, who joined the Bank of Oklahoma. Ms. Hannah previously worked as assistant director of investments in the state commissioner of the land office.
Edward J. Theobald was appointed a non-member trustee of the 13-member board of directors of the $3 billion New Hampshire Retirement System, Concord. Mr. Theobald is director of client services and vice president of marketing for Harbor Capital Management Co. Inc., Boston. The New Hampshire board has two non-member trustees; Mr. Theobald replaces trustee Paul McGoldrick, whose term expired.