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People in the news - Nov. 5 2012

 IBJ Staff
November 3, 2012
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Advertising/Marketing/Public Relations
SmallBox has added the following: Kasey Bradley, executive assistant; Jason Ward, project manager; Drew DeBoy, content producer; and Nick Klooz, designer, with a specialty in e-mail marketing. Elizabeth Heil has been named a project manager.

Simon Andrews and Chip Maxwell have joined Element Three as account leads.

Trevor Williams and Bryan Judkins have been named principals at Young & Laramore.

Architecture/Design/Engineering
Beth Hillen has joined Civil & Environmental Consultants Inc. as a corporate principal, Indianapolis office. James A. Kovacs has joined as a corporate vice president, Indianapolis office.

John Hazlett has joined Williams Creek Consulting as program manager leading the water footprinting services.

Liam Keesling has joined Carson Design Associates as an interior designer.

Mark Matasovsky has joined McComas Engineering Inc. as a BIM designer.

Banking
Alex E. Pfister has joined Hendricks County Bank and Trust Co. as vice president and commercial loan officer of Plainfield Banking Center.

Civic/Not-for-Profit
Edward Fujawa, Lewis Wagner, has joined the INDYCOG board.

Christy Shepard has been named the executive director of the Coalition for Homelessness Intervention and Prevention.

Barbara Coury has joined the American Red Cross as regional chief development officer overseeing fundraising for Indiana. Heather Kramarek has joined as the corporate and foundation officer.

The Cancer Support Community has named the following new trustees: Terina Perry, Lucas Oil Products; Mike Freeman, Butler University; Julie Reed, Simon Property Group; Jackie Morales, Morales Group; John Cardenas, WTHR-TV & WALV-TV SkyTrak; Jim Terwilliger, IU Health; and Christi Anderson, Bingham Greenebaum & Doll.

Finance
Phil Clark has joined Financial Partners Group as a financial advisor.

Ted Stiner has joined LJI Wealth Management as a mortgage loan officer.

Government
Mike Beard, Frankfort, and Herb Ringel, Wabash, have been named new board members, at-large, for the Indiana Corn Marketing Council.

Health Care
Dr.Toni E. Lin, orthopaedic physician, has been named a provider at Wishard Health Services.

Dr. Melinda Mumford, board-certified obstetrician and gynecologist, has joined St. Vincent Women’s Hospital, Dr. Timothy Feeney’s practice.

Insurance
Alicia Schwartzentruber and Chantelle van der Merwe have joined FirstPerson as marketing coordinators. Alex Hardt has joined as an account executive.

Law
Frost Brown Todd has added the following associates: Janeen L. Feinberg, labor and employment practice group; Cade J. Laverty, construction practice group; and Beau F. Zoeller, government services practice group.

Julie D. Halbig has joined Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP as of counsel. Julian E. Harrell, Jinee L. Majors, Melissa A. Gardner and Christopher P. Montagano have joined as associates. Padric Kelly O’Brien has joined as senior tax counsel.

Drew B. Howk has joined the litigation practice group as an associate attorney at Hall Render. Andrew W. Breck has joined the health practice group as an associate attorney.

E. Ashley Paynter has joined the litigation practice group at Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP, and R. Mac Schilling has joined the corporate and transactional practice group and the estate planning practice group.

Manufacturing
Leonardo Avila has been named sales and contracts manager for GroundProbe North America.

Sandra Nordmeyer has re-joined Redirections Sign & Design as business development manager.

Melissa Barnes has been named chief ethics and compliance officer and senior vice president at Eli Lilly and Co.

Professional/Trade
The American Heart Association Indianapolis has added the following members: Marco Dominguez, Finance Center Federal Credit Union; Dr. Marc Gerdisch, Cardiac Surgery Associates; Keith Konkoli, Duke Realty; and Dr. Jerry Smartt Jr., Smartt Neurology.

Greg Hahn, Bose McKinney & Evans LLP and Bose Public Affairs Group LLC, has been named to the Indianapolis Public Transportation Corp. board.•

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