People in the news - Aug. 6, 2012

 IBJ Staff
August 4, 2012
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Ernst & Young LLP has promoted the following: Wendy Devine and Doug Harper, executive directors; and Tim Fisher, Will McMillan and Jay Preston, partners.

Doug Nelson has joined Katz Sapper & Miller as a staff accountant, real estate services group.

Ross Swallow has been promoted to senior accountant at Whitinger & Co. LLC.

Advertising/Marketing/Public Relations
Nina Pelon has been promoted to marketing manager at Indianapolis Downtown Inc.

Aaron Fletcher has joined Willow Marketing as a video producer.

Alan Rosenwinkel has joined Williams Creek Consulting as project manager.

William A. Denny has joined the Indianapolis office of Civil & Environmental Consultants Inc. as a staff consultant in the civil/site group.

Kirk Reis has joined Lake City Bank as vice president and commercial banking officer.

Thomas Silnes has been promoted to vice president and commercial real estate relationship manager for PNC Real Estate in Central Indiana.

Pete Dunbar has been named vice president, relationship manager, private banking division for the Central Indiana District of KeyBank.

Scott Hammersley has joined Bank of Indiana as senior vice president, business banking. Kevin Dooley has joined as senior vice president, commercial lender. Kevin Wilson has been promoted to executive vice president, treasury management, and Jeff Salesman has been promoted to executive vice president, commercial lender.

Chief Justice Randall Shepard has been named to the corporate board of Old National Bancorp.

The Julian Center has named the following officers: Pam Matthews, Kroger Co., president; Maeghan Hurley, MKM Distribution, vice president; Kevin Sullivan, Katz Sapper & Miller, treasurer; and Beth White, Clerk of Court, Marion County, secretary. New board members are Dr. Lisa E. Harris, Wishard Health Services; Eric Johnson, 40|86 Advisors; Sandy Eisenberg Sasso, Congregation Beth El-Zedeck; Phil Terry, Monarch Beverage Co. Inc.; and Dr. Robin Ledyard, Community Hospital East.

Philip R. Smith has been named executive director of Partners In Housing.

Victoria Blessing has joined Little Star Center as family coordinator.

Deana Krizek has joined The Behavior Analysis Center for Autism as an occupational therapist.

Rodney Freeman has been named manager of the Spades Park Branch, The Indianapolis Public Library.

Stacie Harting Marsh has been named principal at Words for Good Inc. (formerly Writing to Win Inc.), and Anne Tabor Miller has joined as senior grant specialist.

Andy Ahrens has been promoted to regional sales representative in Indianapolis for Hi-Lo Climbers.

Mary Louise Bewley has been named coordinator of communications and marketing for MSD of Lawrence Township.

David Bonner has joined Todd Academy.

Health Care
Corey Baute has been named chief human resources executive for Franciscan St. Francis Health. Becky Merkel has been named administrative director of compliance and privacy.

Beth Tharp has been named president and CEO at Community Hospital Anderson.

Fairbanks has promoted the following: Barbara Elliott, vice president and chief financial officer and Jennifer Horstman, director of nursing and informatics.

Novia CareClinics LLC has added the following: Maria Burgess as operations manager, and Mindi Matthews as health and wellness program manager.

Jane Whinnery has been named director, trauma program, at St. Vincent.

Al Darnell has joined Huntington Insurance as an employee benefits sales executive.

Andrew Howard has joined MJ Insurance, Indianapolis office, as IT engineer and IT department manager.

Glenn A. Toren has been promoted to vice president, chief operating officer, at Indiana Farmers Mutual Insurance Co.

Monica Foster has been named executive director for the Indiana Federal Community Defenders Inc.

Carol L. Dulle has been named executive vice president of the Independent Insurance Agents of Indiana.

Real Estate
Seth Biggerstaff has joined Veritas Realty as a leasing and sales associate.

Tom Graham has joined Keystone Group as senior property manager.

John Cohoat has joined Browning Investments Inc. as a development associate.

Gibson Teldata has added the following: Bill Daugherty, senior sales executive; Kelly Gray, system implementation specialist; Larry Gray, field technical specialist; and Dustin Wilz, sales executive focusing on county and city government.

Mike Hutson has joined Fusion Alliance as chief financial officer.

Amy Massillamany has joined Axia Technology Partners as an account executive, sales department.

Michael Wadley has joined OHL as an industrial engineer.

Kerry Lockwood has been promoted to IT project manager at Celadon Group Inc. Danny Williams has been promoted to director of quality companies.•


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