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People in the news - April 15, 2013

 IBJ Staff
April 13, 2013
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Architecture/Design/Engineering
Becky Miller has joined Design-Aire Engineering Inc. as mechanical designer. Phillip W. Hix has joined as marketing engineer.

Ben Borcherding has joined American Structurepoint, transportation division, as bridge group leader. Sami M. Nasr has joined the utility infrastructure group as technical director.

David Kuehnen has joined The Schneider Corp. as senior project manager for site engineering, and Darrell Phillips has joined as the director of civil engineering for all private and public sectors.

CSO Architects has named the following: Brandon Bogan, principal; Mary Inchauste, associate principal; Eric Knott and Randy Robison, senior associates; Mike Johnson, Nick Alexander and Mark Stoner, associates. Michela Cupello has joined as an architect.

Banking
Charisse L. Johnson has been named assistant vice president, residential mortgage sales manager, at Ameriana Bank.

Civic/Not-for-Profit
Chaucie’s Place has named the following: Natalie Chavis, Lynna Leatherman and Melissa Lorson to the board.

Edward Fry has been named development director of the New Harmony Project.

Stephanie Beasley Yoder has been named director of child services at Adult and Child Center.

Devon Allison has joined the Indiana Youth Institute as the vice president of finance and operations.

Bryan Brackemyre has been named executive director of the Boone EDC board.

Construction
Mike Cast and Terry Armstrong have joined ERMCO Inc. as systems account managers.

Michael Bouchey has joined Midwest Constructors as chief estimator. Joseph Cullen has joined as senior project manager and electrical & mechanical project manager.

Insurance
Blake Jones has joined FirstPerson as analyst.Ryan Miller has been promoted to account executive, and Sarah Boyer has been promoted to sales assistant.

Real Estate
Carie Galarza has joined Keller Williams Realty Indianapolis Metro South. Sue Whitney has joined as an associate broker.

Jennifer Jones has been named general manager of Clay Terrace, Simon Property Group.

Services
Kristi Gaynor has joined FlashPoint as business development consultant. Racquel Cole has joined as office coordinator.

Kent Watts has joined Reliable Water Services LLC as business sales representative.

Lezlie Richards has joined the business development team at Express Employment Professionals, Greenwood office.•

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