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How in the world is it the fourth quarter of 2011 already?  We have no idea . . . but we do know that means it’s time for our award winners for the third quarter of the year, not to mention the month of September.

And wouldn’t you know it?  We have a familiar face among the winners.  That face belongs to none other than Trey Cameron of the Cameron Craig Group, who has been part of these monthly and quarterly awards quite a bit during the past year.

Below are the winners of the awards for September of 2011, as well as the third quarter of the year.  We’d like to congratulate those recruiters who earned them and thank them for their efforts.  For more information about the placements and cash-in totals associated with these awards, please login to the Members’ Area and view the profiles and placement details of the recruiters involved.

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Angela MarascoRecruiter of the Month
Angela Marasco of A. Marasco Recruiting, LLC

Marasco was the only recruiter in the Network to make three split placements during the month of September.

Three recruiters made two split placements apiece.  They were Carolyn Barcus of Barcus Associates, Cameron, and John Hope of Tri-Force.

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Trey CameronRecruiter of the Quarter

Trey Cameron of the Cameron Craig Group

Cameron, who also won this award for the fourth quarter of 2010, made a total of seven split placements during the recently completed third quarter.  Following Cameron were Russell Schutt, CSP of Progressive Executive, Inc. with six split placements; Pamela Ratz DeVille, CPC of Health Career Professional, LLC with four split placements; and Bob Small of Carroll Technology Services, Inc. and Marasco with three split placements apiece.

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Patrick WalshHighest Split Placement Fee of the Month
Patrick Walsh of the PSW Group and Denise Milano Sprung of JA Pharma, Inc.

This placement was for a Scientific Team Leader.  Walsh was the job order recruiter, and Milano Sprung was the candidate recruiter.  The action causing this placement was listed as “Regular phone communication with a TE Network Member in my specialty area.”

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Amy Recker, CPCFrank GreggHighest Split Placement Fee of the Quarter
Amy Recker of Bridgeway Professionals, Inc. and Frank Gregg of Gregg & Associates

This placement was for a Vice President of Operations.  Recker was the job order recruiter, and Gregg was the candidate recruiter.  The action causing this placement was listed as “The job order or candidate was found by searching the Members’ Area.”

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Top Echelon Network is a split placement network.  As such, we place an emphasis on split placements, and that emphasis constitutes our criteria for these awards.  We determine the monthly and quarterly award winners based upon two things: 1.) The number of split placements made, and 2.) The amount of cash-in dollars earned.

Matt Deutsch

Welcome to this week’s edition of Top Echelon Network’s completed split placements.  Below is a partial list of the recent split placements made by Preferred Member recruiters.  I say “partial list” because some recruiters asked that their information not be disclosed in The Pinnacle Newsletter Blog, and we certainly don’t have a problem honoring that request.

As I mentioned in last week’s issue of The Pinnacle, we’re going to dig deeper into our split placements and find out exactly how they’re being made (who contacted who, what information was exchanged, etc.).  In fact, I’ve contacted the recruiters listed below and have started talking with them about those very details, which will be published in a future issue.

In the meantime, though, we’d like for you to share YOUR split placement story with the rest of the Network.  If you’ve made a split placement with another Preferred Member recruiter and you’d like to tell your story, email the details to, and we’ll make sure that story is told.  We want everybody to know WHO’S making split placements, WHERE they’re making them, WHY they’re making them, and HOW they’re making them . . . and that includes you.




Ray Fehrenbach, CPCJob order recruiter: John Wharton of The Garret Group

Candidate recruiter: Ray Fehrenbach, CPC of Southern Recruiters


Action causing placement: Regular communication with another Top Echelon Network Preferred Member


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James ComptonLarry BakerJob order recruiter: Larry Baker of Computer Careers

Candidate recruiter: James Compton of Compton & Associates


Action causing placement: Regular communication with another Top Echelon Network Preferred Member


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Susan PloegerJob order recruiter: Susan Ploeger of Ploeger Recruiting Services

Candidate recruiter: Jim Brown of Galileo Search, LLC


Action causing placement: Regular communication with another Top Echelon Network Preferred Member


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Bob SmallJob order recruiter: David M. Sgro of True North Consultants, Inc.

Candidate recruiter: Bob Small of Carroll Technology Services, Inc.


Action causing placement: Regular communication with another Top Echelon Network Preferred Member


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Remember, you can opt out of having your placement highlighted, if you so choose.  All you have to do is send an email to indicating your desire to be left out.  Once you do so, you won’t be included in future installments of this feature.

If you’d like to see the amount of the fees associated with each of the placements listed above, login to the Members’ Area and click on the profiles of the recruiters involved.  The fee totals will be included along with those placements.

To find out how YOU can become a Preferred Member recruiter in Top Echelon Network, click here.