People in the news - Sept. 2, 2013

 IBJ Staff
August 31, 2013
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Christopher Lane and Madeline Minnis have joined the tax department at LM Henderson & Co. LLP.

Angela Rowlett has joined the Sponsel CPA Group as an administrative assistant in the tax services department.

Greenwalt CPAs has added the following: Alexis Hershey, Courtney Girt and Kyle Eickhorst, audit and other assurance services group.

Advertising/Marketing/Public Relations
Branden Stall has joined Borshoff as a motion graphics designer, videographer. Linda Jackson has been promoted to vice president, and Andrea Farmer has been promoted to senior account director.

Jason Miller has joined Guidon Design as design director. Kyle Cyr has joined as a project manager.

Ashlie Dew has joined Star Financial Bank as private banker. Eric Odmark has joined as vice president, commercial banking. Steve Walker, Walker Information, has been named to the board.

Mark L. Pelesh has joined USA Funds as senior vice president, strategy and corporate development.

Leah Shattuck has joined the Alzheimer’s Association Greater Indiana Chapter as communications director.

Molly A. Ball has been named president of the National FFA Foundation.

The Indianapolis Parks Foundation has named the following: Lori Hazlett, president; Lisa Westenberger, fund development and grants director; Jenny Burrough, community affairs director; and Rebecca Elsener, office and accounting manager.

Matt Grossman has joined The Hagerman Group as project manager, Fishers office.

Jerry Sheets has joined Hunt Construction Group Inc. as vice president of aviation.

Donna Borgerding has been named business development manager, Indiana operations, at Bulley & Andrews LLC. Drew Walters has been named project manager, Indiana operations.

D. William Moreau Jr., Barnes & Thornburg LLP, has been named to the board of advisors of the center on Congress at Indiana University.

Langdon Mortgage Co. has named the following: Kevin Rumble, vice president/partner; Andrew Franklin, executive vice president/partner; Matt Koehlinger, loan originator; and Carey Siegler, executive administrative assistant.

Health Care
Dr. Amrita De Patel has established a new practice with Franciscan Physician Network Pain Specialists.

Dr. Barbara R. Sturm has joined Franciscan Physician Network Central Indiana Dermatology.

Myron D. Lewis, FACHE, has been named vice president of neuroscience services at Community Health Network.

Dr. Brent A. Suozzi, urogynecologist, and Dr. Michael C. Large, urologist, have joined the medical staff at Urology of Indiana.

Nichole Hilb has been promoted within BioConvergence LLC to associate business analyst and health & wellness coordinator.

Dr. Heidi Klein, ophthalmology, has joined the medical staff at IndyVet Emergency and Specialty Hospital.

Danielle Lehman has joined the Behavior Analysis Center for Autism as clinic training specialist for BACA Atlas, BACA’s intensive therapy clinic program.

Tammy L. Ortman has joined Lewis & Kappes as an equity director. Jennifer S. Ortman has joined as an associate.

Jeff Mulligan has been named assistant news director of 24-Hour News 8, WISH-TV Channel 8.

Jake Dietrich, Milhaus, has been named co-chair of the Indiana young leaders group at the Urban Land Institute.

Carl Hayes, Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP, has been named to the board of the Indiana Bar Foundation.

Real Estate
John Salsberry has joined CBRE Group Inc. as the asset services director.

Steven Meyer has joined Keller Williams Indy Metro West as an agent.

Brian Bennington has joined RE/MAX Centerstone in Avon. Michael Jones has joined RE/MAX at the Crossing. Jamie Brooks and Kade Koch have joined RE/MAX Ability Plus in Carmel.

Ayn “Kate” Engle and Linda Engle have joined RE/MAX Ability Plus, the Engle Realty Group.

Tyler Underwood has joined Revel & Underwood Inc. as a senior associate.

F.C. Tucker Co. has added the following residential sales associates: Adenike Aderiye, Carmel; Kelli Lovingfoss, Fishers; Mike Miller, Keystone; Jana Musser, Meridian North; Wendy Gillespie, Noblesville; Lorraine Miller, South; and Julie Gaffney, West.

Marilyn White has joined the Keller Williams Indy Metro South market center.

RJE Business Interiors has added the following: Bob Theodore, vice president operations Laurie Grandys, service coordinator and safety administrator. Shelly Langona has been promoted to sales coordinator manager.

Matt Falter has been named senior project consultant at Thomas P. Miller and Associates. Calli Duggins has been named project consultant.

Lee Ernst has joined philanthropic consulting firm Johnson Grossnickle and Associates as an associate.

Laura Groninger has been named show manager, Indianapolis home show, at Marketplace Events.

Troy Hardister has joined Apparatus as a technical associate.

Michael Collett has joined Health Care DataWorks as vice president of sales.

Eli Wood has joined Bloomerang as an implementation engineer.•


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