People in the news - March 10, 2014

 IBJ Staff
March 8, 2014
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Rex Miller has joined Donovan CPAs and Advisors as partner. Kate LeGrand and Angela Walston have joined as staff accountants. Nancy Zimmerman and Lisa Blazek have joined as payroll specialists.

Brian Chapman, David Gatman and Greg Springirth have joined Foster Results as accounting services consultants.

Advertising/Marketing/Public Relations
KA+A has added the following: Haley O’Brian, project manager; Zach McFarlen, senior interaction designer; Evan Strater, designer; Brandon Moore, director of accounts; Jeremy Steiner, designer; and Abby Fox, client experience intern.

Mitchell Brown has joined Young & Laramore as a designer.

Jaime Bohler Smith has been promoted to executive director for Visit Hendricks County.

Fanning Howey has added the following team members: Brad Powell, mechanical technician, and Jim Welsh, electrical technician.

Holly Lee has joined The Schneider Corp. as administrative assistant and Allison Barton has joined as environmental permit coordinator.

HWC Engineering has added the following: Jamie Nieves, marketing manager; Bryan Grotz, project engineer; and Dave Chesterfield, CAD technician/designer.

Julie Bowering has joined Eli Lilly Federal Credit Union as vice president, mortgage lending. Luis Aparicio, Cindy Bell, Karla Chevrie, Andee Kettlebar, Sean Kiely and Tania Query have joined as mortgage loan originators.

Mike Langellier, TechPoint and TechPoint Ventures Inc., has joined the board of STAR Financial Bank.

Trusted Mentors has named the following officers: Carolyn Mosby, chairwoman; Joseph Nierman, vice chairman; Andrew Crecelius, secretary; and Brian Williams, treasurer.

David Duncan, Bose McKinney & Evans LLP, has been named president of the Indianapolis Bar Foundation’s board.

Craig Anderson has joined USA Funds as senior vice president, business development.

Becky Reich has joined MCCOY (Marion County Commission on Youth) as director of training.

The International Center has added the following: Kaitlyn Neel, marketing and communications coordinator; Peggy Poindexter, executive assistant; and Lei Wang, project manager–China.

Matt Bernard has joined Easter Seals Crossroads as veteran employment specialist. Alyssa Kroll has joined as speech-language pathologist.

The Humane Society of Johnson County has added the following directors: Janet Gorrell, Matt Cree, Cindy Porteous, Jerry Hornback and Debb Beck.

Craig Emsweller has joined the Indiana Chapter of the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation of American as community development director.

Sarah Bradbury has joined the Indiana Youth Institute as the communications manager. Aimee Wilkinson has joined as a program associate in the data department.

Carmel Clay Public Library Foundation has named the following officers: Anne Hensley Poindexter, Campbell Kyle Proffitt, president; Andrew Greider, Hamilton County Republican Party, vice president; Gwen Parker, Blue & Co., treasurer; and Stephanie Fuhrmann, Telamon Corp., secretary. New board members are Teneen Dobbs, Kits & Kaboodle Classic Toys; Kirk Hunt, Eli Lilly and Co.; Vivian Lawhead, SoHo Cafe & Gallery and Mohawk Management; and Dena Stirn, Praxair Surface Technologies.

Christina Smith has joined Kids Against Hunger of Central Indiana as executive director.

Erik Ingalls has joined Ochs Site Services as an estimator and project manager.

Jeff Schroeder has been promoted to vice president of the Indianapolis Division of Garmong Construction.

Zac Osborn has joined inside sales and project management at Spohn Associates Inc. Sean Goins has been promoted to administration manager.

Mark Hancock has joined Meyer Najem Construction as a carpenter, andScott Stull has joined as controller. Kerry Ryan has joined as the vice president, national accounts senior living.

ERMCO Inc. has added the following: Chad Lovitt, service manager; Jordan Sadler, estimator; and Lisa First and Jason Noe, systems account managers. Rod Burton has been promoted to chief financial officer.

The Oaks Academy has named Lee Lange, Helmi Banta, Pat Dubach and Tina Gridiron as trustees.

April Ward has joined Harrison College as assistant director of financial aid. Josh Lough has joined as an admissions representative.

Tony Small has been named executive director of the National FFA Alumni Association.

Christine Lauber has been promoted to director of the academic athletic training program at the University of Indianapolis.

Health Care
Dr. David Kiley has been named senior specialty care medical director at Community Physician Network.

Dr. David Crabb has been named chief of internal medicine at Eskenazi Health.

Chris Medeiros has joined Bernard Health, Indianapolis office, as an employer advisor.

Dr. Annette Fearnot, board eligible family medicine, has joined St.Vincent Medical Group.

Dr. Julius Silvidi and Dr.Gautam Phookan have joined Goodman Campbell Brain and Spine, neurosurgeons.

Kahla Grace has joined Indiana Vein Specialists as a clinical liaison. Shaina Boone has joined as an adult nurse practitioner assisting with treatment of venous insufficiency. Rachelle Harkenrider has joined as a certified medical assistant.

Susie Crockett, certified veterinary practice manager, has been named human resource director for IndyVet Emergency & Specialty Hospital near Beech Grove.

Scott Kosnoff has been named to the management board of Faegre Baker Daniels LLP. Pat Cross has been named leader of the health and life sciences industry team. Kelly Witte has rejoined as counsel, product liability litigation group.

Matthew S. Tarkington has been named of counsel at Lewis & Kappes PC.

Susan Cline has been named deputy managing partner of Lewis Wagner.

David J. Tipton has joined Densborn Blachly LLP as of counsel.

Kye J. Steffey has been named a shareholder at Hill Fulwider PC.

Liberty “Libby” Roberts has joined Church Church Hittle & Antrim as partner.

MIBOR has named the following officers: Janet Jernigan, Platinum Realty Group, Carmel, president; Kathy Hall, Prudential Indiana Realty Group, Greenfield, president elect; Jason O’Neil, Encore Sotheby’s International, secretary/treasurer elect; and Roger Lundy, Keller Williams Indy Metro North, Carmel, secretary/treasurer. New directors are Jason Tillema, Nick A. Tillema and Associates; Julia Evinger, Century 21 Scheetz, Carmel; Julie Downey of Keller Williams Indy Metro North, Carmel; and Jean Donica, Real Estate Professionals, Columbus.

Cheryl Riwitis has been named president of the Indiana Emergency Nurses Association.

Real Estate
Century 21 Scheetz has added the following agents: William Beal, Jenny Burris, Tim Carlson, Chic Clark, Holly Cole, Amy Gallagher, Ron Green, Tim Houterloot, Pamela Koeling, Tyler Malone, Brian Mulry, Ashley Nichter, Katie Olsen, Christy Peterson, Donald Ratliff, Melissa Sheets, Shannon Shuel, Rob Sorrell, Jennifer Stewart-Johnson, Courtney Terrell, Tammy Tinkle, Brandon Turner, Jeanie Underwood and Bibi Weprich.

Cheryl Christen has joined RE/MAX Select in Greenwood. Bryan Devore, Melanie Middleton-Cruz and Tricia Vaughan have joined RE/MAX Advanced Realty. Drew Dial and Eve SerVaas have joined RE/MAX Legends Group. Emily Kortepeter has joined RE/MAX Ability Plus in Zionsville. Darrel and Teresa Brouhard have joined RE/MAX Centerstone in Avon.

Charles G. Anderson has been promoted to director of acquisitions, City Real Estate Advisors.

James Rusty DeTar has joined Lauth Group Inc. as a property management technician. Keenan Medjeski has joined as assistant property manager.

Trent Harris has joined Commercial Works as director of workplace services. Andy Beall has joined as director of business development.

Jimmy Maglothin and Neill Hurley have joined the consulting resources group at Walker Parking Consultants.

Anjuli Doyle has joined Entira as an associate.

Valerie Taylor has been promoted to marketing communications manager at MMY Consulting. Todd Hubbard has been promoted to director of delivery.

Steve Ring has been named director of accounts for EarthLink Business Solutions.

Cesar Navarro has been promoted to director of business development at Celadon Group Inc.

Joseph Lee has joined Newton’s Laws of Transportation as vice president of sales and marketing.•


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