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People in the news - May 13, 2013

 IBJ Staff
May 11, 2013
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Advertising/Marketing/Public Relations
Becca Bornhorst, Lindsay Condon and Kayci Woodley have joined Grand Solutions LLC in Speedway.

Chris Watts has joined Caldwell VanRiper as director of public affairs.

New Century Sales Inc. has promoted the following: Heath Gibson, vice president, sales & marketing; and Brian Richardson, outside sales for southern Indiana. Cynthia Maddox has joined as executive secretary, and Scott Harrison has joined inside sales.

Melanie Stallings has been promoted to director of finance and human resources at Miller Brooks.

Tim Monger has been named president and CEO of the Hamilton County Alliance.

Lindsay Hadley has joined Young & Laramore as an art director.

TrendyMinds has added the following: Kyler Moor, junior account executive; Allen Pieper and André Lee, junior web developers; Jason Drake, video producer; and Marissa Venturella, project manager.

Architecture/Design/Engineering
United Consulting has promoted the following: Chris Pope, vice president, strategic pursuits; Jon Clodfelter, manager, bridge department; Scott Minnich, bridge team leader; and Adam Post, senior project manager.

Matthew J. Boone has joined Civil & Environmental Consultants Inc. as a project manager, civil/site practice. Jeff C. Bonner has joined as a designer, civil/site practice.

Banking
J. Scott Hammersley has been named a business banking relationship manager at Regions Bank, greater Indianapolis area. Dawn DeRidder has been named an SBA specialist for the Indiana, Illinois, and Eastern Kentucky area.

Jeff Salesman and Marcus Colson have joined Ridgestone Bank as vice presidents of commercial lending.

Scott Tate has joined Salin Bank as mortgage consultant.

Joel Epstein has been promoted to vice president, mortgage loans, at Old National Bank, Clay Terrace Boulevard.

Todd Trinkle has been promoted to market president, south central Indiana, at First Financial Bank.

Civic/Not-for-Profit
The Phoenix Theatre of Indianapolis has added the following: Don Burrus, development director; Ryan O’Shea, sales director; and Ben Dobler, audio and electrical supervisor.

Music for All has promoted the following: Debbie Laferty Asbill, vice president of marketing and communications; Laura Blake, events manager; and Tonya Bullock, accounting manager.

Tim Thoman, Performance Services, has joined the board of Heart Reach Carmel. Samuel L. Odle and Angela Buchman have joined the advisory panel.

Health Care
Dr. Bryan H. Schmitt has joined Wishard-Eskenazi Health in the pathology - anatomic and clinical department.

Jennifer Westfall has been named to lead Franciscan Alliance Accountable Care Organization.

Law
Brian P. Lynch and Anthony E. Dowell have joined Stettinius & Hollister LLP.

Technology/Telecommunications
Tom Ahern has joined Bloomerang as donor communications head coach. Dr. Adrian Sargeant has joined as chief scientist, and Steven Shattuck has joined as vice president of marketing.

Gabe Gordon has joined IT Solutions Inc. as help desk team leader.

Denise Byers has been named vice president, global value chain, Medxcel.•

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