People in the news - June 21, 2010

IBJ Staff
June 19, 2010
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Shiel Sexton has added the following: Derrick Wilson, project coordinator; Phil DeBruler, superintendent; and Jeff Henning, safety manager. Michael Cheesman has been promoted to project engineer.

Corey Carr has joined Milestone Contractors LP management team.

The Indiana Academy has named the following new members: Gwyn Richards, Indiana University Jacobs School of Music; Anne K. Shane, BioCrossroads; David N. Shane, LDI Ltd. LLC; Michael L. Smith; and Frank D. Walker, Walker Information Inc.

Carol D’Amico, Conexus Indiana, and Geoff Ballotti, RCI, have been named to the board of Christel House International.

Michelle Jarvis has been named interim dean of the Jordan College of Fine Arts.

Jim Carr has joined FORUM Credit Union as vice president of commercial group, and Bryan Avery has joined as senior relationship manager, commercial group.

Indiana Members Credit Union has promoted the following: Monique Krider, vice president, human resources; and Terry Renick and Joel Tiede, vice presidents, branch operations.

Health Care
Brian Weemhoff has been named director, clinical programs and administration, at Cancer Support Community Central Indiana. New trustees are Dr. Denise Johnson Miller, St. Francis Hospital & Health Services; Dionne Maffett, Eli Lilly and Company Foundation; and Raphael Sanchez, Bingham McHale.

Joe Martin has been promoted to chief operating officer at Indiana Farm Bureau Insurance, and Mark Miske has been promoted to senior vice president, chief financial officer and treasurer.

Alyssa Beattie Rogers has joined Stewart & Irwin PC as an associate attorney.

Michael A. Lang has joined Bose McKinney & Evans LLP as an associate.

John O’Brien has joined Langham Logistics Inc. as business development manager.•


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