People in the news - April 16, 2012

IBJ Staff
April 14, 2012
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Advertising/Marketing/Public Relations
James Crandall has rejoined DLZ as vice president, Indianapolis office.

Courseload has added the following: Steve Scott, chief technology officer; John Elder, partnership manager; Shannon Gordon, office manager; Kevin Nitzel, finance manager; and Nikki Walker, sales operations manager.

Melody Stevens has been named executive director and community relations director at the Beech Grove Education Foundation and Beech Grove City Schools.

Health Care
Greg O’Connor has been named board chairman of the Riverview Hospital Foundation.

Dr. Oluyemisi Akintunde, pediatrician, has joined Community Anderson Pediatrics.

Jeff Dill has been promoted to director of reporting and business analytics at Managed Health Services.

Amy A. Matthews has joined Church Church Hittle & Antrim, school law group, as an associate.

Jonathan D. Weinzapfel has joined the government team at Faegre Baker Daniels LLP as counsel. Fei Shen has joined as an associate, intellectual property group.

Facility Concepts Inc. has added the following: Kim Regan, senior vice president, sales and marketing; Erin Hanson, sales coordinator; Jon Breedlove, programmer; and Sheri McLucas, purchasing.

Real Estate
Century 21 Scheetz has added the following agents: David Bennett, Jose Caceres, Emily Clevenger, Sarah Elliott, Mandy Keller, Michelle Kelly, Nancy Motter, Jon Mutchner and Nancy Shelton-Williams.

LIDS Sports Group has promoted the following: Carrie Baird, director, human resources; Brad Miller, LIDS Sports Group corporate systems team lead; Amy Rottmann and Elyse Reedy, LIDS team sports sales support representative team leads; and Brachen Abner, LIDS retail embroidery services manager. LIDS Sports Group has added the following: Ashley Turner and Sarah Rivers, LIDS retail apparel merchandisers; Molly Madtson, LIDS clubhouse merchandiser; Christopher Thomas and Adam Balkonis, LIDS retail customer care representatives; Melissa Pollard, LIDS retail data entry specialist; and Gita Young, LIDS retail senior marketing coordinator.

The Indiana Sports Corp. has added the following to its board: Ed Bonach, CNO Financial Group, Inc.; JoAnn Brouillette, Demeter LP; Jennifer Burk, Junior Achievement of Central Indiana Inc.; Adam Horst, Indiana Office of Management and Budget; Cindy Lucchese, Hillenbrand Inc.; Sandy Searcy, IHSAA; and Lee White, Mainscape Inc.•


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