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People in the news - Jan. 6, 2014

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January 4, 2014
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Civic/Not-for-Profit
Michael P. O’Neil, Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP, has been elected to the board of directors of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra (a/k/a the Indiana Symphony Society).

Jennifer Coffey has been promoted to assistant director of advancement at Partners In Housing.

Danielle B. Tucker, Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP, has been named to the board of directors for Teachers’ Treasures.

Law
John Bishop has joined Cohen Garelick & Glazier as an associate.

Zachary G. Jacob has joined Hall Render Killian Heath & Lyman in tax-exemption, business transactions and corporate counsel services.

Kinsey Arnett has joined the wealth management practice at Faegre Baker Daniels LLP. Michael Cheerva has joined Emswiller Williams Noland & Clarke PC as a shareholder.

Media
The WFYI Foundation Board has named the following officers: Margaret “Marnie” Maxwell, Maxwell Associates Inc., chairwoman; David A. Resnick, Katz, Sapper & Miller, vice chairman; Elaine E. Bedel, Bedel Financial Consulting Inc., treasurer; and Susanne Sogard, civic leader, secretary. Barbara E. Branic has been named to the board.

Printing/Publishing
Paula Hoffman and Seth Gilbertson have joined the accounting team at HardingPoorman. Jennifer Stultz has joined as a client service representative.

Kim Ramirez has joined Fineline Printing Group as senior account manager, promotional products and apparel division.

Professional/Trade
The Indiana Chapter of the National Society of Professional Insurance Investigators has named the following officers: Miriam Rich, Hill Fulwider PC, president; Ed Cambra-Johnson, Cambra & Sherwood CPAs, first vice president; Michael Vergon, Vergon and Associates Fire Investigation LLC, second vice president; Kevin C. Tyra, The Tyra Law Firm PC, secretary; and Tom Cockerill, State Farm Insurance Co., treasurer.

Real Estate
Bruce Gordon has joined Jones Lang LaSalle as senior vice president, Midwest health care brokerage team.

Kelly Hegwood has joined RE/MAX Select in Greenwood.

Services
RJ Lemieux has been named vice president of sales and general manager at Maetrics.

Professional Maintenance of Indiana has named the following: Chris Ferguson, Indiana regional operations manager, and Jeffrey Berkey, Indiana human resources/laboar relations director.

Technology/Telecommunications
Brad Elsmore has joined GadellNet as a software engineer.

Nicole DelMastro has joined CloudOne Corp. as director of marketing.

Transportation
Jason Carroll has joined A. Arnold World Class Relocation as a corporate account executive, Indianapolis market.•

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