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People in the news - May 21, 2012

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May 19, 2012
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Accounting
Andrea Fugett has joined Somerset as a health care consultant.

Lacey Armstrong has joined Katz Sapper & Miller as learning and development manager.

Blue & Co. LLC has added the following: Amanda Elsner, accounting clerk; Charlene Cook, administrative assistant; Michael Brown, senior manager; Britney Showalter, staff accountant; Landon Hackett, senior accountant; Michelle Yaden, coding consultant; Hannah Barton, receptionist; Megan Iemma, senior consultant; and Ashley Hobbs, clerical assistant

Jacob Davis has joined Sikich LLP as a staff accountant.

Advertising/Marketing/Public Relations
McKenze Rogers has joined Williams Randall as an account supervisor.

Bradley and Montgomery has added the following: Ryan Brown, creative director; Chris Vannoy, interactive director; Paul Gosselin, senior copywriter; Ian Dillingham, CG artist; and Jason Gloye and Karen Woods, account coordinators.

Architecture/Design/Engineering
Carrie McGovern has joined BSA LifeStructures as a senior interior designer.

Civic/Not-for-Profit
Tim Bouchard has been promoted to field director, central section, Crossroads of America Council, Boy Scouts of America. Darin Steindl has been promoted to western section field director, and Nat Baker has been promoted to eastern section field director.

Jeffrey D. Stumpf has been named senior vice president for finance and operations at the Indiana University Foundation.

Construction
Terry E. Myers has joined Keystone Construction as director of estimating. Pete Tocci has joined as senior project manager.

Ross Imwalle has been promoted to assistant project engineer at Gilbane. Marcellus Byrd has been promoted to project manager.

Ed Woods has joined Keystone Construction as senior project manager.

Kelly Able has been promoted to vice president of business development for the Weddle Bros. Building Group.

Education
Steve Allen has joined Medtech College as executive director of the Indianapolis campus.

Thomas J. Sponsel, Sponsel CPA Group, has been named to the Charles A. Tindley Accelerated School board of directors.

Finance
Jason Fruits, Michael Grove and Brad Laub have joined WestPoint Financial Group as financial services professionals. Pam McTague has joined as marketing manager.

Health Care
Dr. Christopher S. Weaver has been named chief medical officer at Wishard Health Services.

Mike Harmon has been named vice president, marketing and communications, at Strand Diagnostics LLC.

Dr. Chuck Dietzen has been named chief medical officer for iSALUS Healthcare. Randy Kidd has been named executive vice president and chief information officer, and John Brady has been named executive vice president and chief marketing officer.

Law
Richard W. Barrett and Paul A. Jansen have joined Schuckit & Associates, PC, Zionsville, as associate attorneys.

Travis W. Baxter has joined Maginot Moore & Beck LLP as an associate.

Alan McLaughlin has been named office managing shareholder, Indianapolis office, at Littler Mendelson PC.

Professional/Trade
The Indiana Construction Roundtable has named the following officers: Kevin Kenyon, Ball State University, chairman; Jamie Dillard, Citizens Thermal Energy, vice chairman; Mark Bode, Indiana University Health, secretary; Jim Sadtler, IPL, treasurer; and Thomas Ringham, Wishard Health Services, immediate past chairman. New board members are Kent Burget, Safety Management Group; Sahara Williams, Enginuity Engineering + Management; and Chad Gooding, DEEM.

Karin Tollefson, Eli Lilly and Co., has joined the board of the American Lung Association in Indiana.

Real Estate
Nicole Langdon has joined Summit Realty Group as property manager. Audrey Wykes has joined as real estate services assistant, and Bob Latta has joined as senior engineer.

Matt Armstrong and Tammy Baker have joined Re/Max Ability Plus in Fishers. Joanne McAnlis, David Reed and Rosann Pallas have joined Re/Max Ability Plus, Indianapolis/Carmel.

David Linger has been named executive vice president, regional director, of Re/Max of Indiana.

Mellissa Boggs has joined Kite Realty Group as vice president of human capital.

Services
Todd Hubbard has been promoted to director, public sector practice, at MMY Consulting Inc.

Ambassador Solutions has promoted the following: Tom Hasler, chief financial officer and vice president of support services, and Josh Lindemann, vice president of recruiting services.

Christopher Abel has joined August Mack Environmental Inc. as senior manager/chemist for environmental health and safety closure services, Indianapolis office.

Technology/Telecommunications
Bradley Jerod Keller has joined TelSpan as a technical operations manager.

Transportation
Chris Pillow has joined Pillow Logistics as regional sales manager.•
 

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