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People in the news - Jan. 3, 2011

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January 1, 2011
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Advertising/Marketing/Public Relations
John Palmer has joined Young & Laramore as digital strategist. Henrik Perssen has joined as senior digital developer.

Borshoff has added the following: Angela Tuell, account manager; Shawnessy Osborn, traffic manager; Matt Bilskie, senior graphic designer; and Jessica Largent, account associate. Andrea Farmer has been promoted to account director, and Jackie Koumpouras has been promoted to account associate.

Banking
Mark Boswell has joined Hendricks County Bank and Trust Co. as a commercial lender and business development officer.

Russ Swan has joined First Internet Bank as vice president, commercial relationship manager, and Dave Dunbar has joined as vice president, commercial portfolio manager.

Civic/Not-for-Profit
Andrew McNeil, Bose McKinney & Evans LLP, has been named a director of the Neighborhood Christian Legal Clinic.

Amanda Shelley has joined the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Indiana State Chapter, as the public relations/marketing manager.

Law
Brian R. Bouggy has been named an associate at Wooden & McLaughlin LLP.

Judge Russ Sanders has joined The Mediation Group LLC.

Phillip D. Olsson and Zachary T. Lee have joined Riley Bennett & Egloff LLP as associate attorneys. Stacy L. Hanefeld has joined as of counsel.

Manufacturing
Aircom Manufacturing Inc. and Medivative Technologies LLC has added the following: Fred Otto, Medivative & Aircom director of supply chain; Mike Wagner, Medivative manager, QA/QC combination products; and Nate Warfel, Medivative production manager.

Jerry Norris has joined Heartland Sweeteners as vice president of foodservice.

Real Estate
Mark Sanders has joined Century 21 Scheetz as a real estate agent.

Rob Warstler has joined Colliers International | Indiana Region as director of retail services. Diana Nyirenda has joined as senior research analyst.

Retail
Jack J. Humbert has joined J.D. Byrider as franchise consultant for the Mid-Atlantic region.

Jennifer Walter has joined the design department at RJE Business Interiors.

Services
Greg Siefert has joined ChaCha as chief technology officer.

MMY Consulting has added the following: Nidhi Jain, senior consultant; and Zubair Khan, Mary Sylvanowicz, Joyce Bell, Eric Danielson, Joan Ben David, Gretchen Wilson and Le Yang, consultants.

Technology/Telecommunications
Russ Palermo has joined Ativio LLC as senior consultant, professional services.

Apparatus has added the following: Chuck Rapp, quality manager; Brad Crittenden, infrastructure specialist; Katy Castor, technical specialist; Ryan Myers, workflow analyst; and Chris Patterson and Nicole Bock, systems analysts.

Utilities
Steve Spears has been promoted to manager, environmental projects, for Vectren.•
 

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