People in the news - Feb. 3, 2014

 IBJ Staff
February 1, 2014
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Aaron Smith has been promoted to director of employer services at Pension Fund of the Christian Church.

Barbara Stuckwisch has been named executive director of the Safe Sitter® board of directors.

Ike G. Batalis has been named chairman of the board of trustees of USA Funds.

Larry E. Jimison Jr. has been named executive director of Brothers United Inc.

The Indiana Repertory Theatre has added the following board members: Brian Payne, Central Indiana Community Foundation; Wayne Schmidt, Schmidt Associates; Jennifer Vigran, Second Helpings Inc.; Jill Lacy, The Lacy Foundation; Ann Dee, Duke Realty.

Impact 100 Greater Indianapolis has named the following officers: Karen Holly, president; Beth Thomas, vice president; Annie Wells, secretary; Valerie Brennan, treasurer; and Debbie Milkey, assistant treasurer.

Tangram has named the following officers: Barry Hart, Young at Heart Pharmacy, chairman; Dorene Rodriquez Hoops, vice chairman; Randy Warman, Resolution Group Inc, secretary; and Anne Lammert DeLaney, Katz Sapper & Miller, treasurer. Mark Long, Asap Medstaff, has been named a director.

Pepper Construction has promoted the following: James Belange, Mitch Denton and Chris Rayner, group leaders; Deana Applegate, director of human resources; Phil Allemeier, project executive; Jenna McIntosh, senior project accountant; Jeff Gielerak and Paul Pritchard, superintendents; Jon Knight, project manager; and Seth Anderson, assistant superintendent.

Brad Lesher has joined S & B Construction Group as a project coordinator.

Health Care
Community Physician Network has added the following: Dr.Samantha Bouchie, internal medicine physician; Dr. Rehan Haque, board-certified pulmonary and critical care physician; Dr. Rachel Morton, pediatric hospitalist; Dr. Lauren Rau, pediatric hospitalist; and Dr. Carla Weaver, pediatric hospitalist.

Jonathan S. Nalli has been named CEO of St. Vincent Health.•


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  1. The Walgreens did not get a lot of traffic. It was not located on the corner of the intersection, and not really visible from Emerson. Meanwhile the CVS there is huge and right on the corner. I am guessing a lot of people drove by a million times and never knew the Walgreens was there. Although, with the new Walmart market going in, that area could really see a lot of increase in traffic soon.

  2. You folks don't have a clue. There is a legal way to enter this country and to get aid. This left unchecked could run us to ruin quickly. I also heard that 'supporters' were getting major $$ to take them in? Who's monitoring this and guess who pays the bill? I support charitable organizations... but this is NOT the way to do it!

  3. Apparently at some time before alcohol has been served at the fair. The problem is that beer or wine used to be a common drink for people before soft drinks and was not thought to be that unusual. Since many folks now only drink to see how much they can drink or what kind of condition they can end up in it becomes more problematic. Go to Europe and its no big deal just as if you had sodas of milk to drink everyday. Its using common sense that is lacking now days.

  4. To address the epic failure of attracting race fans to both the Indy 500 and Brickyard 400 would take too much of my time to write. Bottom line Boles is clueless and obviously totally out of touch with the real paying fan base. I see nothing but death spin coming for the Brickyard, just like Indy. Get somebody in a place of power that understands what race fans want.

  5. I am a race fan through & through. It doesn't matter if it's Indy cars or Nascar. I love a great race. I go to several other tracks each year and you can see the entire track. I know Indy has tradition, but fans want to see the entire race. I sit in the Penthouse, am almost 60 years old, and would like to see a better TV screen in turn 1 so you can see the entire race. Then I think Indy needs to install an escalator so us old folks can make it up to the Penthouse and down again if we want more options to purchase food and drinks. Just a race fans opinion. Lights won't make the race any better, but you might be able to see the TV better at night. Turn 1's screen needs replaced with a better and bigger screen.