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People in the news - July 1, 2013

 IBJ Staff
June 29, 2013
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Advertising/Marketing/Public Relations
Willow Marketing has added the following: Lauren Fiedler, account associate; Cara Tudor and Zach Thomas, graphic designers.

Banking
Kristin Marcuccilli has been promoted to senior vice president, chief operating officer, at STAR Financial Bank.

Tania Deng has joined Huntington Bank as senior vice president and commercial banking relationship manager.

Civic/Not-for-Profit
People for Urban Progress has added the following board members: Brandon Judkins, Sarah Ross, Renee Sweany and Lourenzo Giple.

Maestro Kirk Trevor has been named conductor emeritus of the Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra.

Julie Reed, Simon Property Group Inc., has been named a new board member at the Indianapolis Opera.

Education
Diana Cheshire has joined Marian University as dean of the school of education, and Audra Blasdel has joined as director of projects and procurement. Lindan B. Hill has been promoted to assistant vice president and director of the academy for teaching and learning leadership.

Finance
Stonegate Mortgage Corp. has added the following: Bob Conway, senior vice president of strategy and business development; Brent Laurie, senior vice president of servicing administration; and Phil Bowling, vice president of external financial reporting.

Richard Harrison has joined SYM Financial Advisors as senior financial advisor, Indianapolis area.

Government
The Marion County Prosecutor’s Office has added the following new deputy prosecutors: Erin Elam, Angie Battaglino, Kayla Keller, Anna Levitt, Abby Grantstein, Bob Yoke, Amy Jacobson, Brienne Delaney, Brent Wilson, Emily Shrock, Jeremy Pasel, Jared Prentice, Andrew White, Keirian Brown, Kevin Karimi, Brandon Skates, David Ziemba, Julia Holliday and Stephanie Edwards. Peg McLeish has joined as communications director, and A.J. Deer has been promoted to deputy communications director.

Michelle Krcmery has joined the City of Westfield as Grand Park marketing manager.

Asheesh Agarwal has been named the general counsel at the Indiana Department of Revenue.

Health Care
Dr. Robert J. Robinson and Dr. Rod Eric Robinson have joined Indy Southside Family Medicine, a new practice established by Franciscan Physician Network.

Ashley Billman has joined OurHealth as talent acquisition manager.

Hotel/Motel
Terry Green has been named general manager at the Omni Severin Hotel.

Law
Marc P. Sultzer has joined Frost Brown Todd in the areas of criminal and civil litigation.

Matt Strzynski has joined Cohen Garelick & Glazier as partner.

Professional/Trade
JoAnne Bennett has been named the Metropolitan Indianapolis Board of REALTORS® finance manager.

Chuck McCormick, ESCO Communications, has been elected to the board of InfraGard Indiana.

Jocelyn Forehand, Southside OBGYN, has been named to the board of directors for the Indiana Medical Group Management Association.

Real Estate
Chris Marsh has joined RE/MAX at the Crossing in Indianapolis. Joy Harris has joined RE/MAX Realty Services in Fishers. Steve Clark has joined RE/MAX Ability Plus in Carmel. Gloria Bodily has joined RE/MAX Select in Greenwood.

Michael Cook has joined CBRE’s Indianapolis office as a senior vice president.

Daniel C. Mallon has joined Lauth Group, Inc. as vice president of Lauth Communities.

Retail
Kevin Beltz has been promoted to sales manager at Tom O’Brien Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram in Greenwood.

Services
Sara Marciniak has joined EnviroForensics as a field engineer. Grace Randall has joined as a field scientist.

Ann Hildner has joined Engledow Group as senior landscape architect.

Dawn Such has been named marketing assistant for The Barrington of Carmel.

Wilbert “Vic” Vickers has joined Culligan Water of Indianapolis as sales manager.

Sports
Nick Marucci has been named director of golf at Prairie View Golf Club.

Technology/Telecommunications
Apparatus has added the following technical associates: Brian Shaw, Jeff Dunfee, Ed Roesch, Cody Reed, Sam Spoerle, Jordan Hladish, Michael Carper, Robert Anderson and Matt Gall. MaryBeth Kowalinski has joined in marketing, and Eric Borgert has joined in client operations.

Steven Draheim has joined Indy IT Professionals as director of business development.•
 

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