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People in the news - Sept. 16, 2013

 IBJ Staff
September 14, 2013
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Architecture/Design/Engineering
Drew Morgan has joined Ghafari Associates as client services, Indianapolis office.

Aaron M. Miller has been promoted to technical director of industrial compliance services, Wilcox Environmental Engineering Inc., Indianapolis office.

United Consulting has added the following: Nick Kocher, project engineer; Jennifer Hart, senior project engineer; Jeff Andrews, project manager; and Todd Foreman, CAD designer. Jay Ridens has been promoted to team leader, bridge department, and Brian Pierson has been promoted to team leader, transportation department.

Civic/Not-for-Profit
Laurie Daeger, University of Indianapolis, and Liz Schoettle, Beech Grove Public Library, have joined the Beech Grove Education Foundation board.

Colleen Horan has joined the YMCA of Greater Indianapolis as executive director of the Ransburg YMCA.

Debra Barton Grant has been named executive vice president of the Jewish Federation of Greater Indianapolis.

Construction
F.A. Wilhelm Construction Co. has added the following: Doug Easton, senior estimator; Tom Morlan and Curtis Sattison project managers; Lloyd Pressley, estimator; Amy Proctor, project administrator; and Steve Turner, project engineer.

Bob Moreland and Bill Spencer have joined Capitol Construction as project managers.

Insurance
Scott Davison has been promoted to president of OneAmerica, the American United Mutual Insurance Holding Co. and the American United Life Insurance Co.

Professional/Trade
Dr. Mark Jones, Franciscan St. Francis Health Heart Center and Franciscan Physician Network Indiana Heart Physicians, has been named president of the board at the American Heart Association, Indianapolis. Jim England, J.D. Byrider Advertising Group, has been named chairman, and Tobin Richer, WellPoint Inc, has joined the board.

Real Estate
Century 21 Scheetz has added the following agents: Trene Banks, Kathy Brown, Angie Davis, Mary Lou Silverman and Amy Slifer.

Caroline Reigle has joined RE/MAX Metro.

Ryan Gallmeyer has joined Buckingham Cos. as development manager.

Services
Greg Sabens has joined Hillcrest Country Club as club manager.

Christy Baber has joined Express Employment Professionals as payroll administrator, Greenwood office.

Jarred Richardson has been named director of plant operations at The Barrington of Carmel.

Dawn Wendel has been named executive director/CEO of Indiana Masonic Home.•

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