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People in the news - May 27, 2013

 IBJ Staff
May 25, 2013
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Accounting
Blue & Co. LLC has added the following: Kim Lane, recruitment manager; Kathy Collins and Connie Corbin, managers; Mary Conley, receptionist; Zonda Jake, administrative assistant; Corey Klausing, staff accountant; Victor Neff and Travis Rivers, senior accountants; and Kellie Starks, physician consultant.

Advertising/Marketing/Public Relations
Anthony Hatfield has joined Lunar Strategies as interactive designer.

TrendyMinds has added the following: Lori Ludwig, junior designer; Luke Tate and Jeremy Albert, videographers; and Lauren Schneider, junior account executive.

The Greater Greenwood Chamber of Commerce has named the following officers: Cathy Richards, president; Gayle Sweitzer, Community Health Network, president elect; Mike Combs, National Bank of Indianapolis, vice president; Dean Bouzeos, The Gathering Place, secretary/treasurer; Joe Sagorsky, Franciscan St. Francis Health, past president; and Christian Maslowski, Greater Greenwood Chamber, executive director/CEO.

Karen Chen has been named accountant at Indianapolis Downtown Inc.

Architecture/Design/Engineering
Wilcox Environmental Engineering Inc. has promoted the following: Jim King, vice president of operations; and Chris Bonniwell, technical director for the investigation and remediation services division. Megan Martz has joined as a senior project geologist.

Joel Farmer has joined the architecture group as project manager at American Structurepoint. Kent Hughes has joined the architecture group as senior project architect.

Jill Palmer has joined Shrewsberry & Associates as project manager, transportation department.

Civic/Not-for-Profit
Suzanne Sweeney has been named vice president of finance at the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra.

Mark Buckingham has joined Hearts & Hands of Indiana as executive director.

Steve Vedra has joined the Delta Tau Delta Educational Foundation as director of development.

Marcia Barnes, Defender Direct, has been named to the St. Vincent Foundation board of directors.

Nancy S. Gillespie, former human development economist, World Bank Washington, D.C., and Donald E. Knebel, Barnes & Thornburg LLP, have been named new board members of Christel House International.

Jeff Lozer has joined Goodwill Education Initiatives Inc. as senior director of the Indiana network of independent schools.

Christopher Felts, Barnes & Thornburg LLP, has been named board vice president for the Immigrant Welcome Center.

Construction
Bob Mullen has joined ERMCO Inc. as project manager.

Ross Imwalle has been promoted to project engineer at Gilbane Building Co.

Health Care
Dr. Charles J. Walker, radiologist, has been named director of medical imaging at Community Westview Hospital. Maria Wiley, Indianapolis International Airport, has been named chairwoman of the board of directors for Community Westview Hospital; Dr. Paul Evans, Marian University’s College of Osteopathic Medicine, and Dr. Allan Arkush, Community Westview Hospital, have been named to the board of directors.

Michelle Roark, N.P., has joined Brownsburg Family Medical Center, Community Westview Physicians.

Hotel/Motel
Barry Cockrum has been named director of sales and marketing at the Alexander, A Dolce Hotel.

Insurance
Shannon Orr, office manager, and Brooke Fox, service assistant, have joined Hylant, Indianapolis office.

Law
Robert B. Hebert has joined Barnes & Thornburg LLP as a member of the corporate department.

Chris Brown has been named to the management committee of Woodard Emhardt Moriarty McNett & Henry LLP.

Printing/Publishing
Larrie Dillard has joined Dynamark Graphics Group as production manager.

Real Estate
Coldwell Banker Kaiser has added the following realtors: Drew Doran, Brandon Mosley and Avery Garrett. Brandie Acord has been named an administrative assistant.•

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