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People in the news - April 21, 2014

 IBJ Staff
April 19, 2014
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Accounting
BKD LLP has promoted the following to senior associates: Emily Balbach, Kyle Duffy, Chris Kim, Bryan Loiselle, Albert Ong, Andrew Quinnette, Adam Rubb, Ben Scott and Lucas Taylor.

Architecture/Design/Engineering
Tak Kai Pang has joined American Structurepoint as a technical director for the utility infrastructure group, and Erika McQuinn has joined as a graduate architect in the architecture group. Coley Mendenhall has been promoted to project engineer. David Kuehnen has joined as project manager for the civil engineering group.

Patrick Higgins has joined the business development team as Ohio representative at Wilcox Environmental Engineering Inc.

Civic/Not-for-Profit
FACE Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Clinic has named the following officers: Anne Dubin, Howard and Ursula Dubin Foundation and Manufacturers’ News Inc., president; Teri Kendrick, Indiana State Department of Toxicology, vice president; Eric Eliason, Interactive Intelligence, treasurer; and Debbie McClain, Experian, secretary. New board members are Jeff Bennett, IFF; Becky Honeywell, Honeywell and Co.; Michelle O’Keefe, Eskenazi Health; Catherine Parker, Parker Grant Solutions; and Melissa Pollard.

Jay L. Hicks, Eloise Paul, Howard L. Schrott and Robert E. Swinehart have joined the Indiana Historical Society board of trustees. Suzanne Hahn has been promoted to vice president, archives and library.

Spencer Valentine has joined The Arc and The Arc Master Trust team as director of marketing and development.

Marci Kolb has joined National Panhellenic Conference as the business operations coordinator.

Construction
Bryan Egli and Mark Wilson have joined Gradex Inc. as project managers. Chad Arterburn has been promoted to general superintendent.

Education
Danette Howard has joined Lumina Foundation as the vice president of policy and mobilization. Beverly Hudson has joined as accounting officer.

Finance
Mary Z. Townsend and Leb Woods have been promoted to first vice presidents, wealth management, at UBS Financial.

Government
Kurtis Baumgartner has been named the Monon Community Center director for Carmel Clay Parks & Recreation. Eric Mehl has been named the assistant director.

Beth Krogel Roads has been promoted to general counsel of the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission. Angela Weber and Carol Stephan have been named commissioners.

Health Care
Dr. Robert Austgen has been named medical director of the Morgan County Emergency Medical Services for Franciscan St. Francis Health-Mooresville.

Timothy Wright, WTW Inc., has been named to the Community Health Network Foundation board of directors.

Erin Neu, RN, has been named obstetrics nurse navigator for women and children’s services at Franciscan St. Francis Health. Rhonda Deluise, RN, has been named director of quality and support services at Franciscan Visiting Nurse Service.

Insurance
David Plumb and Stephen James have joined Capstone Administrators as sales consultants. Jessica Gill has joined as sales and marketing consultant.

Law
Sandra Perry and Christopher Janak have been named to the executive committee at Bose McKinney & Evans LLP.

Professional/Trade
Better Business Bureau Serving Central Indiana has added the following new board members: Peter Gundy Jr., Kyle Lacy and Don Line.

Joel Stern has been named CEO of NAMWOLF.

Real Estate
F.C. Tucker Co. has added the following residential sales associates: Jessica Turrin and Brooke Cooper, Carmel; Coronna Lewis, Ed Gallagher and Joshua Moore, Castleton; Dennis Bruce, East; Virginia Cheezum, Fishers; Tim Carlstedt and Dan Goodrich, Meridian North; and Robert Matthews, West.

Retail
Brad White and Jeff McKay have been added as franchise consultants at J.D. Byrider in Carmel.

Alyssa Rogers has joined the general counsel office as assistant general counsel at OSP Group. Kalin Jones has joined the general counsel as senior legal analyst, contracts and compliance specialist.

Services
Dainen Tolman and Angie Jakad have joined Business Furniture LLC in new business development.

Transportation
Celadon Group Inc. has promoted the following: Garrett Miller, manager of intermodal operations; Ashley Castner, recruiting manager; Katy Kuzniczci, billing manager; and Jacqueline Bossard and Adam King, senior billing analysts.•

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