People in the news - July 14, 2014

 IBJ Staff
July 12, 2014
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Ron Coleman has been promoted to senior audit manager at ComerNowling.

David G. Blish has joined Katz Sapper & Miller as a health care consultant.

Nola Albrecht has joined Shrewsberry & Associates LLC as engineering manager.

Charles Scharbrough has joined the etica group inc. as a project manager/architect, and Ron Goad has joined as the business development manager.

Tyson Patterson has joined Wilcox Environmental Engineering as the excess liability trust fund claims administrator and a project manager.

Liz Davis has been named assistant vice president, business development officer, at Salin Bank. Amy Counts has been named vice president, business development officer. William Kennedy has been named vice president, portfolio manager.

Angela Carr Klitzsch has joined JPMorgan Chase as a relationship manager for its foundation.

Christina Hale, Seth Maxwell and David Wong have joined the Heartland Film Inc. board of directors. Kristi Barber has joined as development director.

Tatum Miller has joined Youth Villages as a public affairs associate.

Alan Hux, Taft, has been elected to the board of directors for the Indiana Children’s Wish Fund.

Misty D. Wick has been named major gift officer for Bethesda Lutheran Communities.

Meyer Najem Construction has added the following: Chris Estes, foreman/carpenter; Kevin Nelms and Ryan Soots, assistant project managers; Dan Lawson, project manager; and Tim Burton,Bud Bortz and David Adams, superintendents.

The Skillman Corp. has added the following: Rich Gardner, business developer, and Greg Thompson, site manager.

Companies of OneAmerica have promoted the following: Jeff Holley, Mark Roller and Tom Zurek to executive vice presidents. Paul Citron has been promoted to vice president of national sales and field service.

Health Care
Whitney Aiken has joined eProtex as director of operations.

Kelli Burress, board-certified nurse practitioner, has joined St.Vincent Medical Group, Greencastle.

Carol Ward-Agee, Serenity Hospice, has been named vice president of ViaQuest Hospice of Indiana.

Dr. Mohammed Tarrabain, board-certified family medicine, has joined St.Vincent Medical Group, Carmel.

William J. Mattner has joined TriMedx as vice president of clinical engineering services.

Dr. Lina Al-Bitar has joined Greenwood Gentle Dentist as an associate.

Dr. Hilma Green has joined Eskenazi Health Center North Arlington as an internal medicine physician.

Sarah Stites Millspaugh has joined Krieg DeVault as a senior attorney partner. Allison B. Maloney has joined as of counsel, governmental affairs practice; April L. Aldridge has joined as a paralegal

John C. Babione has joined Wooden & McLaughlin litigation team as senior counsel.

George W. Hopper has joined Cohen & Malad LLP as of counsel.

Kevin Erdman has joined Brannon Sowers & Cracraft PC as a director.

Bryan Strawbridge has joined Frost Brown Todd Indianapolis as a member of the business litigation practice group.

Kerry Doughty has been promoted to president and CEO of Butterball LLC.

Don Fulk has been named electrical and controls engineer at Tube Forming Systems, Overton.

Adrienne Wright has been promoted to vice president, technology, at Emmis Communications.

Tristan Schmid has named managing editor of Edible Indy Publication and New Media.

Amy Spangler has joined HardingPoorman as customer service representative.

Travis Sims has been named executive director at BNI Central.

David Stippler, Indiana Utility Consumer Counselor, has been named secretary of the National Association of State Utility Consumer Advocates.

Real Estate
Adam G. Chavers has joined the Browning development team as senior vice president of development.

Brooke Roberts has joined AHEPA Management Co. in Fishers as quality assurance development manager.

Alan Sternberg has joined Cerulean Restaurant as executive chef. Jake Boyd has been named general manager.

Barrett Ludy has joined 21st Amendment Wine & Spirits as vice president of the wine division.

Kristen Miller has been promoted to branch manager of the UniStaff, Indianapolis office. Philip Marshall has joined as the business and development manager of Indiana.

Apparatus has added the following technical associates: TJ Penrod, Kyle Wheat, Adam Bond, Ryan Lovan, Michelle Schmaltz, Chris Brown, Logan Fink, Joshua Starr. Brian Castle has joined in business development.

Chris Garren and RJ Fendricks have joined Indesign LLC as software engineers. Joel Anderson has joined as a mechanical engineer.

Rick Wagner has joined ESCO Communications as account manager, education and house of worship markets.

Sandra Martinez has joined Carter Logistics LLC as director of logistics operations.

Dustin Heuchan has been promoted to director of sales, quality companies, at Celadon Group Inc. Dan Zorger has been promoted to regional sales manager, East. Kyle Eaker has been promoted to regional sales manager, Midwest.

Brian Wareham has joined Langham Logistics as a business development manager.•


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