Mayor Dick Murphy on Feb. 25 announced his seven appointments to the San Diego City Employees’ Retirement System Board of Administration. The appointees:
Robert Doede, a retired investment business professional from La Jolla, was the chairman of Centurian Capital Group, an investment advisory firm with 16,000 clients; Thomas Page, of El Cajon, is a former chair of Cuyamaca Bank, and former chair of Enova Corp. and San Diego Gas & Electric Co., and served as SDG & E; chair, president and chief executive officer; and Theodore Roth, managing director of Roth Capital Partners, LLC, from Rancho Santa Fe.
Also, William Sheffler, the president and founder of Sheffler Consulting Actuaries, from Coronado; Susan Snow, the chief financial officer of Maxim Systems, from Rancho Santa Fe; Robert Wallace, a partner with the accounting firm of Brodshatzer Wallace Spoon & Yip, of Ocean Beach; and Harvey White, one of seven people who founded Qualcomm in 1985, from Del Mar. He serves on the audit committee of the public board of San Diego-based AMCC and Motive Inc.
The nominees are scheduled to go before the San Diego City Council for confirmation March 7. If approved, their first meeting would be April 15.