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People in the news - Aug. 22, 2011

IBJ Staff
August 20, 2011
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Accounting
Dauby O’Connor & Zaleski LLC has promoted the following accountants: audit seniors: Brain Blastick, Matt Catlin, Brandon Harshman, Peter Hosfield, Jeremy Huser, Sarah Larew, Carrie Perkins, Lisa Stiglitz, Thomas Wilson and James Wolf; tax seniors: Andy Wallace and Jake Clawson; audit supervisors: Adam Bailey, Emily Lane and Jon Schwander; tax supervisors: Brittany Phillips, Cassia Kendall and Justin Collins; and Ellen Wilde, tax manager; and Tanya Winchel, tax principal.

Deborah Grider has joined Blue as a senior manager in the revenue cycle division, Indianapolis office.

Michael A. Staton has been named managing director of Alerding & Co. LLC.

Architecture/Design/Engineering
Michael Long has joined Curran Architecture as a project manager. Angela Worden has joined as an architectural designer.

BSA LifeStructures has added the following: Ken Clarkson, registered communications distribution designer; Aaron Detmer, design professional; Liz Howard, assistant director of BIM; Terry Thurston, director, health care operational planning.

Tricia Smallwood has been promoted to associate at Rundell Ernstberger Associates LLC.

Civic/Not-for-Profit
Donald Meyer, Bose McKinney & Evans LLP, has been named to the Indianapolis Symphonic Choir board.

Fishers Sertoma has named the following officers: Jim Fox, chairman; Lynn S. Fischer, president; Mary Pat McKee, president elect; Jeff Thomas, treasurer; Laurel Garfield, secretary; and Jim Rosebro, sergeant of arms.

Tina Skeel has been named the director of vocational services at Aspire Indiana.

Education
The Lutheran High has named the following officers: April Risk, Baker & Daniels, president; Michael Johnson, Stalcop LP, vice president; Mark Rhodes, Rhodes Knisley CPAs, vice president, finance; and Kenneth Carow, Indiana University – Kelley School of Business, secretary. New board members are Jenny Vance, Lead Jen; Rev. John Herfurth, Trinity Lutheran Church and School; William S. Ayres, Ayres Carr & Sullivan PC; and Carrie Robinson, South Bend Medical Foundation.

Juliet L. King has been named director of the art therapy program at Herron School of Art and Design.

Courseload has added the following: Cheryl Steele, vice president of sales; Matt Hanger, director of software engineering; and Scott Dafforn, senior software engineer.

Government
Brad King, Indiana Election Division, has been named chairman of the Standards Board of the U.S. Election Assistance Commission.

Shelley R. Johnson, Allman Johnson Company CPA’s, has been elected president of the Indiana Board of Accountancy.

Health Care
Carrie Schroeder, R.N., has been named joint care coordinator for the Center for Joint Health at Community Hospital South.

Mark Lambert has joined Health Systems International as director of commercial health sales.

Dr. Smita Gupta has joined the physicians of Diabetes and Endocrinology Consultants, Community Physicians of Indiana.

Insurance
Jason Kaeppel has been promoted to agency manager of the Indiana Farm Bureau Insurance Marion County Agency. Larry Patterson has been promoted to district sales manager.

Law
Tiffany Sharpley has joined Ice Miller LLP as a partner in the employee benefits practice group. Jana Harris, Nicholas Merker and Christopher Powers have joined the intellectual property practice.

William A. Freihofer has joined Donahoe/Irvin PC as of counsel.

Stacy L. Hanefeld has joined Hall Render Killian Heath & Lyman as a shareholder, litigation and risk management. Elizabeth P. Mitchell has joined as an associate.

Manufacturing
Thom Reddington has been named engineering manager at Light Engineering.

Real Estate
Kevin Broderick has joined CB Richard Ellis as an investment properties broker.

Keianna Rae Harrison has joined Peace of Mind Real Estate as a realtor.

Bradley Bennett has been named senior financial analyst at HDG Mansur Investment Services Inc. Carter Garrison has been named marketing analyst, and Dustin Elery has been named financial analyst.

Services
Jessica A. Borza has joined Thomas P. Miller and Associates as a vice president of workforce strategies.

Ozburn-Hessey Logistics has added the following: Adron Gentry, senior director of operations; John Barker, Carl Green, Jack Purcell, Paul Hurst and Shannon Burner, operations supervisors; David Brooks, operations manager; Stephen Harder and Mark Vassilo, account managers; and Kathleen Thompson, inventory supervisor.

Amy King has joined Geek in Pink Computer Repair as a computer technician.

Doug Miller has joined Daddy Real Entertainment as director of audio services. Jeffrey Clark and Paul Mahern have joined as staff.

Sports
Tony Day has joined Golf Solutions 360 in Zionsville as the new general manager. Kevin DeRocili has joined as the ecommerce manager. Keith Suttle has been named fitness trainer.

Technology/Telecommunications
Allegient LLC has added the following: Jim Kerr, vice president of business development, Eric Tinsley, vice president of delivery; Ronda Woldmoe, business development manager; and Nancy Cuppy, business development manager, operations team.

Kirk Lovell has joined TelSpan as manager, project/product development.•
 

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  1. How can any company that has the cash and other assets be allowed to simply foreclose and not pay the debt? Simon, pay the debt and sell the property yourself. Don't just stiff the bank with the loan and require them to find a buyer.

  2. If you only knew....

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