People in the news - June 28, 2010

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June 26, 2010
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Duke Haddad has been named interim executive director for Prevent Blindness Indiana.

Goodwill has added the following: Steve Genco, GW commercial services, government contracts manager; Megan Andresen, good signs, wellness educator; Pam Kemp, accounting, employee records specialist.

The Special Olympics Indiana has named the following new board members: Cheri Bradley, First Lady of Indiana State University; Tracy Pursell, Key Bank; Trent Sandifur, Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP; and Tom Shea, Barnes and Thornburg. Phil Bounsall, Walker Information, has been named chairman.

Grant Coleman has joined Conrad Indianapolis as front office manager.

CountryMark’s Countrymark Energy Resources LLC has added the following: Rick Sumner, vice president of exploration, and Mike Gibbons, vice president of production.

Tom Ryder has been promoted to president and CEO at Genesis Plastics Welding.

The American Association of Grant Professionals, central Indiana chapter, has named the following officers: Amy Shankland, City of Noblesville, president; Donna Luley, City of Westfield, vice president; Mary Crevey, Riley Children’s Foundation, secretary; and Arvetta Jideonwo, Ivy Tech Community College, treasurer; and Kristi Rees, Suburban Health Organization, corresponding secretary.

Real Estate
Nancy Puorro has joined Century 21 Scheetz as a realtor.

Rob Harmon has joined Alderson Commercial Group as vice president, Alderson property services.

Therese Elder has joined the leasing team at Sandor Development Co.

Keith Grubbs and Joseph Mueller have joined Remax Real Estate Groups in Anderson.

Diane Muench has joined Encore Sotheby’s International Realty as a realtor.

Krista Brueggemann, Bill Shearer, and Andrew Smith have joined Re/Max Select as real estate agents.

Steve Kremer and Cameron Smith have joined Apparatus as infrastructure specialists. TelSpan has promoted the following: Kathryn Woodward, supervisor, client services, and Grant Lawson, event advisor. Howard Lacey has joined as new client specialist.

BlueLock has named the following: Bill Barbour, senior software engineer; Jonathan Gray, support desk administrator; Bob Roudebush, director of sales engineering; and Karen Rowland, client service desk manager. Alicia Gaba has been promoted to senior marketing specialist.

Eric Rood has been named director of enterprise sales, west, at Ontario Systems.•


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