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People in the news - June 17, 2013

 IBJ Staff
June 15, 2013
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Accounting
Mark A. Aiken has joined BKD LLP as a staff auditor.

Architecture/Design/Engineering
Ali J. Patterson has joined Studio 3 Design Inc. as an interior designer.

Joseph J. Guidroz, III, (Jim) has joined Synthesis Inc. as director of operations.

Jennifer Buis has joined KERAMIDA Inc. as a staff engineer in the sustainability service group.

Jenell Fairman has joined CORE Planning Strategies as a project manager and LEED accredited professional.

Mark Darrall has joined Hoch Associates as project manager.

Sadie Wells has joined Williams Creek Consulting as a project engineer.

Banking
Ronald T. Senci has joined Eli Lilly Federal Credit Union as vice president, lending.

Andrew McIntyre has been named branch manager, downtown tower, at Regions Bank.

David Richardson has joined Huntington Bank as a business banking relationship manager.

Andy Bowen has joined First Merchants as banking center manager, Summerfield.

Civic/Not-for-Profit
Meals on Wheels of Central Indiana has named the following officers: Barb Scheitlin Smith, president; Ed Stohlman, vice president and treasurer; Barry Wood, assistant treasurer; Karen Wever, secretary; Julie Kirkendoll, chairwoman, community relations; Melissa Murphy, chairwoman, development; Lindsay E. Thornton, chairwoman, special events, and Mike Miles, chairman, volunteer recruitment.

Girl Scouts of Central Indiana has added new members-at-large: Terry Whitt Bailey, Jasmin French, Elizabeth Helms, Jeffrey Mastin and Betsy Phillips. Nicole Harper has been named secretary and Blaire Dougherty has been named treasurer. Members-at-large extended for a three-year term are Katasha Butler and Karen Celestino Horseman.

Kirsten Cuniffe has been promoted to communications officer at Lumina Foundation.

Shariq Saddiqui has been named executive director of the Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action.

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

Education
Doug Seagrave has joined Cathedral High School as athletic director.

Government
John F. Williams III, Hall Render Killian Heath and Lyman, has been named to the Marion County Convention and Recreational Facilities Authority.

Health Care
Kyle Netter has been named executive director of corporate and affiliate relations at Rehabilitation Hospital of Indiana, Inc.

Angela Domenech has been named insurance authorization specialist at the Behavior Analysis Center for Autism.

Angela Buchman has joined the advisory panel of Heart Reach Carmel.

Dr. Paul Calkins has been named the chief medical officer of Indiana University Health North Hospital.

Insurance
John Mason has been promoted to senior vice president at OneAmerica Financial Partners. Nate Canada has joined FirstPerson as enterprise project manager.

Katrina Hall has been promoted to the director at Indiana Farm Bureau.

Law
Nathan J. Hagerman has joined Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP, Indianapolis office, as a partner in the tax group. Ameen R. Najjar has joined as of counsel in the labor and employment practice group.

Matthew Ennis has joined the intellectual property practice at Faegre Baker Daniels LLP as an associate.

Manufacturing
Melanie Margolin has been named senior counsel, global litigation, at Cummins Inc.

Jackson Systems has added the following: Hope Perry, accounting assistant; Lara Dufault marketing assistant; and Tim Cardis, Jaymie Hunckler and Darrin Burch, account managers.

Transportation
Celadon Group Inc. has promoted the following: Kerstin Wade, senior financial analyst; Steve Boyer, assistant controller; Julie Bynum, senior accountant; and Nathan Gabbei, accounts payable manager.•
 

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  1. Cramer agrees...says don't buy it and sell it if you own it! Their "pay to play" cost is this issue. As long as they charge customers, they never will attain the critical mass needed to be a successful on company...Jim Cramer quote.

  2. My responses to some of the comments would include the following: 1. Our offer which included the forgiveness of debt (this is an immediate forgiveness and is not "spread over many years")represents debt that due to a reduction of interest rates in the economy arguably represents consideration together with the cash component of our offer that exceeds the $2.1 million apparently offered by another party. 2. The previous $2.1 million cash offer that was turned down by the CRC would have netted the CRC substantially less than $2.1 million. As a result even in hindsight the CRC was wise in turning down that offer. 3. With regard to "concerned Carmelite's" discussion of the previous financing Pedcor gave up $16.5 million in City debt in addition to the conveyance of the garage (appraised at $13 million)in exchange for the $22.5 million cash and debt obligations. The local media never discussed the $16.5 million in debt that we gave up which would show that we gave $29.5 million in value for the $23.5 million. 4.Pedcor would have been much happier if Brian was still operating his Deli and only made this offer as we believe that we can redevelop the building into something that will be better for the City and City Center where both Pedcor the citizens of Carmel have a large investment. Bruce Cordingley, President, Pedcor

  3. I've been looking for news on Corner Bakery, too, but there doesn't seem to be any info out there. I prefer them over Panera and Paradise so can't wait to see where they'll be!

  4. WGN actually is two channels: 1. WGN Chicago, seen only in Chicago (and parts of Canada) - this station is one of the flagship CW affiliates. 2. WGN America - a nationwide cable channel that doesn't carry any CW programming, and doesn't have local affiliates. (In addition, as WGN is owned by Tribune, just like WTTV, WTTK, and WXIN, I can't imagine they would do anything to help WISH.) In Indianapolis, CW programming is already seen on WTTV 4 and WTTK 29, and when CBS takes over those stations' main channels, the CW will move to a sub channel, such as 4.2 or 4.3 and 29.2 or 29.3. TBS is only a cable channel these days and does not affiliate with local stations. WISH could move the MyNetwork affiliation from WNDY 23 to WISH 8, but I am beginning to think they may prefer to put together their own lineup of syndicated programming instead. While much of it would be "reruns" from broadcast or cable, that's pretty much what the MyNetwork does these days anyway. So since WISH has the choice, they may want to customize their lineup by choosing programs that they feel will garner better ratings in this market.

  5. The Pedcor debt is from the CRC paying ~$23M for the Pedcor's parking garage at City Center that is apprased at $13M. Why did we pay over the top money for a private businesses parking? What did we get out of it? Pedcor got free parking for their apartment and business tenants. Pedcor now gets another building for free that taxpayers have ~$3M tied up in. This is NOT a win win for taxpayers. It is just a win for Pedcor who contributes heavily to the Friends of Jim Brainard. The campaign reports are on the Hamilton County website. http://www2.hamiltoncounty.in.gov/publicdocs/Campaign%20Finance%20Images/defaultfiles.asp?ARG1=Campaign Finance Images&ARG2=/Brainard, Jim

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