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People in the news - June 2, 2014

 IBJ Staff
May 31, 2014
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Accounting
Glenn Hoskin has joined Ernst & Young LLP as a principal in the advisory services practice.

BKD LLP has promoted the following: Michael Fortman and David Martin, managers; Dan Snyder, senior manager; Eric Flueckiger, managing consultant, international tax services; and Walter Burgin, Greg Knight, Debbie Lake and Amy Ray, senior managing consultants.

Architecture/Design/Engineering
Russell Wilson has joined American Structurepoint as a project manager, investigative group. Steve Fleming has joined as a vice president serving as the transportation business leader.

Banking
Bill Winterhaler has joined Centier Bank as vice president of business banking. Nikko Grant has joined as mortgage loan branch manager/mortgage loan officer, Carmel Banking Center.

Ann Kavalec has been named vice president and portfolio manager, business banking group, at Busey. Rob Roach has joined as a senior vice president and relationship manager.

Financial Center Federal Credit Union has promoted the following: Julie Oslund, program administrator, accounting department; Michael Hostetler, enterprise project manager, information technology department; and Matthew Stoops, director. The following have joined: Chris Vanderveld, branch manager, Fox Road center; David McKenzie, e-services manager in training, member services; Adrian Phillips, marketing analytics and project specialist; April Wood, business development specialist; and Sean Sullivan, media and marketing campaign specialist.

Civic/Not-for-Profit
Victoria Randle-Fine, Fine Promotions Inc., has joined the Eagle Creek Park Foundation board of directors. Larry Messing has been named secretary.

Casey Chell has joined the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra as director of major gifts, development department.

Methodist Health Foundation has added the following: Kathleen Custer, executive assistant; Laura Gaybrick, director of innovation and neuroscience development officer; Jane Manning, development officer; Jama Pryor, director of marketing and communications; and Dana Shank, major gifts officer.

Washington Township Schools Foundation has named the following officers: Kris Cudahy, community leader, president; Dena Rae Hancock, community leader, president elect; Pam Klein, 500 Festival, vice president development; Brian Henry, Johnson & Johnson, vice president communications; Tom Oestreich, MSD Washington Township, vice president grants; Pam Freese, St. Vincent Hospital, secretary; and Mike Manion, Woodley Farra Manion Portfolio Management, treasurer. New members are Greg Akers, Merrill Lynch; Karri Alberti, Hallmark Card; Jim Smith, Financial Consultant; Laurie Turner, MSD Washington Township; and Pam Weiger, MSD Washington Township.

The Indianapolis Public Library Foundation has elected the following officers: Thomas N. Hutchinson, chairman; Florrie Binford Kichler, vice chairwoman; Michael B. Joyce, treasurer; and Diane H. Borgmann secretary. Melissa Murphy, David Wantz, Ted Maple, Jason Dudich and Jessica Barth have joined the board.

Construction
Eva Clements has joined Capitol Construction Services as a project accountant.

Roxann Wilson has joined Gradex Inc. as assistant controller. Coley Mendenhall was promoted to project engineer.

F.A. Wilhelm Construction Co. has added the following: Brandon Knotts and Steven McEowen, project engineers; and Heather Lancaster-Dilley, preconstruction manager, estimating department.

Michael Binz has joined Keystone Construction as pre-construction director.•
 

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  1. Thank you to the scientists who care enough to find a cure. We are so lucky that their intelligence has brought them to these understandings because it is through these understandings that we have new hope. Certainly the medicine will be expensive, these drugs usually are, especially the ones that are not mass produced. If I know anything from the walks that my town has put on for FA it is this: people care and people want to help. Donations and financial support can and will come to those who need it. All we need is a cure, the money will come. I mean, look at what these scientists have done thanks to the generosity of donors. 30 million dollars brings us here where we can talk about a drug's existence! There is so much to be frustrated about in this world, but this scientific break is not one of them. I am so happy for this new found hope. Thank you so much to the scientists who have been slaving away to help my friends with FA. We wish you speedy success in the time to come!

  2. I love tiny neighborhood bars-- when I travel city to city for work, it's my preference to find them. However, too many still having smoking inside. So I'm limited to bars in the cities that have smoking bans. I travel to Kokomo often, and I can promise, I'll be one of those people who visit the ma and pa bars once they're smoke free!

  3. I believe the issue with keystone & 96th was due to running out of funds though there were other factors. I just hope that a similar situation does not befall ST RD 37 where only half of the overhaul gets built.

  4. It's so great to see a country founded on freedom uphold the freedom for all people to work and patronize a public venue without risking their health! People do not go to bars to smoke, they can take it outside.

  5. So, Hurko, mass transit has not proven itself in Indy so we should build incredibly expensive train lines? How would that fix the lack of demand? And as far as those double decker buses to bus people in from suburbs, we can't fill up a regular sized buses now and have had to cancel lines and greatly subsidize others. No need for double decker buses there.

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