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People in the news - Sept. 26, 2011

IBJ Staff
September 24, 2011
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Advertising/Marketing/Public Relations
Caldwell VanRiper has added the following: Stephanie McFarland, director of strategic communication; Michael Thaman, creative services team; Dayne Poling, account supervisor; and Michael Sunsdahl, senior graphic designer. Andrea Neely has been promoted to regional development director.

Joe Little has joined Roundpeg as an account executive.

Education
St. Richard’s Episcopal School has named the following board of trustees officers: Robert Marchesani, president; Ted J. Planje Jr., vice president; Ann Suding, treasurer; and Suzann Lupton, secretary.

Finance
Dennis Trent has joined Oak Street Funding as chief operating officer.

Brian Giles has joined White Oak Advisors as senior client relationship manager.

Government
Andi M. Metzel, Benesch, has been named treasurer of the Disciplinary Commission, The Indiana Supreme Court.

N. Davey Neal has been named executive secretary of the Indiana Alcohol and Tobacco Commission.

Professional/Trade
Marty Wood has been named president and principal lobbyist of the Insurance Institute of Indiana, and he is now treasurer of the political action committee. Jon Zarich has been promoted to vice president of government affairs and counsel. Kristen Hamilton Scott has been promoted to director of operations.

Michele Henderson has been named to the leader series class of the Indianapolis Bar Association.

Services
Blaise Poth has joined the Indianapolis Suzuki Academy as the director.

Gus Sevastianos has joined Corporate Cleaning Systems Inc. as director of business development.

Scott Thiel has joined Anson Group as a senior regulatory consultant in the medical device and connected health practice areas.

Technology/Telecommunications
Apparatus has added the following: Emily Wann, engagement manager; Greg Diersing, Greg Golightly and Chris Sheaves, infrastructure specialists; and Reuben Maust, Patrick Rosenberger, Travis Thompson and Andrew Shin, systems analysts.

Jeff Robinson has joined Van Ausdall & Farrar as sales manager, document solutions division.•

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  1. $800M is a lot. There's over 800,000 people in the county/city though. I'm betting the cost of services(police, fire, roads, economic incentives to bring in new business, etc.) in Hamilton County is much more than $1000 per person. In 2012, the city of Carmel's audit report shows receipts of $268,742,988 (about 1/3 of Indianapolis's receipts) for a population of 83,573 (almost 1/10 the size of Indianapolis)...hmm, I wonder why Carmel is such a safer place to live...

  2. Would you let a mechanic diagnose your car over the internet without seeing it or taking it for a test drive? The patient needs face to face interaction with a physician to be properly diagnosed. It would seem to me that the internet diagnosis is about as silly as going to ones mirror and saying, "I wonder what I have"? And then you diagnose yourself. That's free and probably wrong too.

  3. Maybe if we treated the parents of juvie offenders who have 5 babies from 4 different daddies like stray cats and dogs who go around creating a bigger animal control problem, we wouldn't have so much of a "parenting" problem flooding both the social services and (later) correctional systems. The breakdown of morals and parental responsibilities from horndogs who can't keep it in their pants and keep their families together has caused this. If a pit bull attacks someone, it's destroyed. Everyone encourages that pets are spayed and neutered to control the pet population and prevent further issues. Maybe it's time to control the welfare population...

  4. Blocking two blocks of a street along Broadripple Ave. is not going to stop "pedestrians" from walking around. The article stated that seven people were injured as a result of a skirmish between two gun-toting "pedestrians"...not drive-bys. Most of the crimes that are committed in BR area are done by "pedestrians" that are walking in the area...not driving by. This may alleviate traffic going through the area and may steer some folks away from coming to the area because of the extra inconvenience but it will not stop a pedestrian, on foot from toting a gun while walking in that area....period.

  5. Please run for mayor Joe. We need someone to come in and clean house. They past two mayors have run administrations rampant with corruption. We need to clean house before corruption is accepted as normal like Chicago.

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