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People in the news - June 24, 2013

 IBJ Staff
June 22, 2013
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Advertising/Marketing/Public Relations
TrendyMinds has added the following: JD Schuyler, video producer; Daniel Poynter, Web developer; Joellyn Detjen, vice president of communications and strategy; and Abigail Balbach, junior account executive.

The Greater Lawrence Chamber of Commerce has added the following new board members: Gregory Bond, Harrison College; Patrick Kestner, One 10 Studio; and Annette Roy, Finance Center.

Fred Learey has joined xiik as a design associate.

Architecture/Design/Engineering
Lisa Dobrowski has joined The Schneider Corp. as project surveyor, and Matt Darden has joined as GIS specialist.

William Moorhead has joined McComas Engineering as a project manager. Steve Swimm has joined as a BIM designer.

John Okerson has joined BSA LifeStructures as an engineering design professional.

Finance
WestPoint Financial Group has added the following financial service professionals: Tyler Bensen, Russ Ford, Colin Holmes, Alex Juerling, Tyler Mattox, Mitchell Parker, Kile Riggs, David Smith and Mary Sommer. Lauren Civils has been named marketing manager.

Government
Matt Hawkins has joined the Indiana Commission for Higher Education as associate commissioner and chief financial officer.

Insurance
Phil Shambaugh has joined Family Financial Insurance.

Aimee Firebaugh has joined Shepherd Insurance LLC, Carmel, as an executive assistant to the executive team.

Media
Susan Buterbaugh will be joining Tribune Broadcasting’s FOX/CW duopoly, Indianapolis, as director of sales.

Printing/Publishing
Jeff Johnson has joined Dynamark Graphics Group as vice president of sales. Denesa Woods has joined as a business development specialist.

Professional/Trade
Dr. John T. Finnell, Indiana University School of Medicine, Regenstrief Institute Investigator, has been elected president of the Indiana chapter of the American College of Emergency Physicians.

Deputy Prosecutor Michael McGuire has been elected to the board of the Eastern Regional Interstate Child Support Association.•

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