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People in the news - Jan. 13, 2014

 IBJ Staff
January 11, 2014
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Accounting
Scott Shoemaker, Jeremy Kopeck and Jason Phillips have been promoted to directors at RJ Pile LLC. Lindsey Rinehart has joined ComerNowling as an attestation professional.

Blue & Co.LLC has added the following: Renae Hatcher, administrative assistant, and Michael Mucci, manager.

Architecture/Design/Engineering
Yvonne Rush, Lindsay Ferro and Terin Jaggard have joined IDO Inc. as associate interior designers.

Matt Minnich has rejoined Fanning Howey as a technology designer.

John Wellspring has joined Wilcox Environmental Engineering as a senior project manager, industrial compliance services.

Civic/Not-for-Profit
Joe R. Hammer joins the Lambda Chi Alpha Educational Foundation as vice president of alumni relations and annual support. Charlie DeMaio has joined as vice president of development.

Melissa A. Gardner, Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP, has been named to the board of directors for the Marion County Commission on Youth.

Adriann Barger has been promoted to lead Hendricks county’s community and fundraising activities at United Way of Central Indiana.

Education
Shawn Smith has been named superintendent of Lawrence Township Schools.

Eric Stark has been named director of choral activities at the Jordan College of Fine Arts, Butler University.

Government
Oscar Gutierrez has joined the city of Lawrence as city controller. Nicole Murphy has joined as deputy controller.

Health Care
Danielle Dakin has joined the Behavior Analysis Center for Autism as intake specialist.

Lucas D. Gafken, board-certified chiropractic neurologist, has joined Chiropractic Neurology Center of Indianapolis.

Dr. Sheldon Weiss has been named physician strategy officer for the health system’s north central region, which includes IU Health North Hospital in Carmel, IU Health Saxony Hospital in Fishers and IU Health Tipton Hospital.

St. Vincent Health has named the following to its strategy division: Dr. Michael Busk, system executive, St. Vincent Wellness and Preventive Care Institute; Paul Clendenen, system director, real estate; Dave Deer, system director, customer and market intelligence; Jennifer Fry, system executive, strategy and marketing – inclusive of planning, business development, marketing and strategic finance; Georgiana Reynal, system director, advocacy and government affairs; Johnny Smith, system director, corporate communications; and Linda Sturges, system director, growth and innovation.

Law
Zachary C. Raibley has joined Clendening Johnson & Bohrer PC as an associate attorney. Belinda R. Johnson-Hurtado has been named a partner

Michael Cheerva has joined Emswiller Williams Noland & Clarke PC as a shareholder.

Real Estate
Jim Karozos has joined Colliers International | Indiana Region as vice president of industrial services.

Carpenter Realtors has added the following: Shannan Wysong, Mary Carmen DeLaVega, Robert Seel, Tamara Wright, David Harting, Elizabeth Harting, Tyson McKinney, John McGlynn, Jimmy Shatara, Amanda Bell, Breanne Frank, Jennifer Turner, Debb Cramer and Alan Schultz.

Technology/Telecommunications
Raghu Patibandla has joined Dewpoint as a senior oracle database administrator.

Nick Galvin has joined Gibson Teldata as an account executive.•

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