People in the news - Aug. 29, 2011

IBJ Staff
August 27, 2011
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Blue & Co. LLC has promoted the following: Alex Fritz, senior manager; Keisha Corso, Michael Ueng, Nicholas Arens and Kyle Smith, managers; Tyler Dickey, Lisa Deaton and Jennifer Grady, senior accountants; and Heather Reagan, consultant.

Jason Saunders has joined Simons Bitzer & Associates as a tax and accounting specialist.

Sherry Kimmerling has joined Huntington Wealth Advisors as vice president, private banking relationship manager.

Brian Yeley has been named senior director of gift planning at the Indiana University Foundation. Judith Tichenor has been named associate director of gift planning.

Jennifer Baltz has been promoted to branding and technology manager at Girls Inc. of Greater Indianapolis.

The Damien Center has named the following new board members: Michael W. Gant, Develop Indy; Theresa A. Ochoa, Indiana University - Bloomington; Paul Pickett, Wild Birds Unlimited; and Sylvia Wilcox, Wishard Health Services.

The Center for the Performing Arts has added the following directors: Keith Allman, Delta Faucet Co., and Tom McGowan, Kite Realty Group Trust. Frank Basile has been named vice chairman of the board of trustees.

Gilbane Building Co. has promoted the following to the Indianpolis district office: Nick Abrams, superintendent; Ross Imwalle, senior office engineer; and Robert Stasia, senior project executive. Patrick Tamm has joined as senior business development manager.

Andy Sahm has been promoted to director of business development at Shiel Sexton Co. Inc.

Adrianne Glidewell has joined University High School as director of annual fund and alumni relations.

Real Estate
F.C. Tucker has added the following residential sales associates: Carmel: Jo Carrel, Janet Thornton and Terri Wilcox; East: Ian Sorensen; Fishers: Cora Martinez; Keystone at the Crossing: Creighton Shook; Meridian North: Jamie Brooks; and West: Jane Westdyke.

Gabrielle Gonzalez has been named vice president, director of property & asset management, at J.C. Hart.

Shawn Deitch has joined sales at Kaiser Land Co. John Long has been named director of sales at Coldwell Banker Kaiser. Rony Hernandez and Lori Nasby have joined as residential sales agents. Jess Lawhead has joined Northern Commercial and Kaiser Land Co. as commercial/land sales agent.

Eric Bittenbender has joined DNJ Intermodal Services as operations manager, Indianapolis office.•


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