People in the news - Dec. 26, 2011

IBJ Staff
December 24, 2011
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Maulik Khatadia has joined Sponsel CPA Group, audit & assurance services department. Jeremy DeWinter has joined as a senior in the audit & assurance services department.

Dauby O’Connor & Zaleski LLC, Carmel, has named the following new accounting staff: Jessica Okoroafo, Mallory Post, Lucas Autry, Kevin Canfield, Bryan Burns, Nathan Davis, Scott Dinnsen, Nicole Garrett, Brad Hedlund, Josh Moore, Brittany Ross, Bruno Santana, Kyle Simpson, Mark Solid and Andrew Menner. Heather Plake has been promoted to tax manager.

Julia S. Weaver has been named vice president and wealth strategist to the Indianapolis personal trust office, Regions Financial Corp.

Charrie Buskirk has joined Second Helpings as director of engagement.

Joshua Anderson has joined Easter Seals Crossroads as employment services representative.

Health Care
Dr. Jeff Rothenberg has been named president of the academic medical staff at IU Health.

Ryan Kitchell has been named senior vice president of Indiana University Health Plans.

Beth Rodriguez has been named director of development in Indiana at Centerstone.

Molly Burns has joined Fairbanks Drug and Alcohol Treatment Center as the director of marketing and business development.

Kelly J. Hartzler and Alice J. Springer have been named partners at Barnes & Thornburg LLP. Jennifer C. Baker has joined as a staff attorney in the environmental department.

Schuckit & Associates PC has added the following associate attorneys: Amy Halsey, Jameson Young, Amanda Glowacki and Larissa Koshatka.

Hall Render Killian Heath & Lyman has named the following shareholders: Michael T. Batt, Brian C. Betner, Elizabeth Callahan-Morris, Katherine A. Kuchan, Jonathon A. Rabin and Dana E. Stutzman.

Courtney L. Kanzinger has joined the general practice group at Benesch.

Thomas A. Withrow has joined Lewis Wagner as senior counsel.

Rebecca W. Geyer and John D. Walls have joined Drewry Simmons Vornehm LLP as partners.

Richard O’Reagan has been promoted to president at Delta Faucet Co. Jon Dartt has been promoted to vice president of sales and Ken Roberts has been promoted to vice president of trade sales.

David Miller has joined Fineline Printing Group as senior account manager. Kevin Walters has joined as account manager.

Bryan Poynter, Cassidy Turley, has been elected president of the Society of Industrial Office Realtors, Indiana/Kentucky chapter.

Alexandra Sylvia, Plews Shadley Racher & Braun LLP, has been named secretary for the board of governors for the Indiana State Bar Association.

Real Estate
Julie Athey, Jenifer Endicott, Joseph Kempler and Jennil Salazar have joined Re/Max Ability Plus in Carmel.

Dennis Dechow has joined Mainstreet as the director of development.

Nikki Keever has joined The Gutting Group/Keller Williams Indy Metro North as marketing and executive assistant.

Joe Blank has joined PrincetonOne as an account executive. Ben Ricchio has joined the recruitment process outsourcing division as a relationship manager.

Shannon Andrews and Jesse Wright have been named project managers at EnviroForensics. Justin Morée has joined as staff scientist, and Nicholas Hill has joined as geologist.

Dr. Thomas J. Newman has been named to the board of BioStorage Technologies.•


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  1. Why not take some time to do some research before traveling to that Indiana town or city, and find the ones that are no smoking either inside, or have a patio? People like yourself are just being selfish, and unnecessarily trying to take away all indoor venues that smokers can enjoy themselves at. Last time I checked, it is still a free country, and businesses do respond to market pressure and will ban smoking, if there's enough demand by customers for it(i.e. Linebacker Lounge in South Bend, and Rack and Helen's in New Haven, IN, outside of Fort Wayne). Indiana law already unnecessarily forced restaurants with a bar area to be no smoking, so why not support those restaurants that were forced to ban smoking against their will? Also, I'm always surprised at the number of bars that chose to ban smoking on their own, in non-ban parts of Indiana I'll sometimes travel into. Whiting, IN(just southeast of Chicago) has at least a few bars that went no smoking on their own accord, and despite no selfish government ban forcing those bars to make that move against their will! I'd much rather have a balance of both smoking and non-smoking bars, rather than a complete bar smoking ban that'll only force more bars to close their doors. And besides IMO, there are much worser things to worry about, than cigarette smoke inside a bar. If you feel a bar is too smoky, then simply walk out and take your business to a different bar!

  2. As other states are realizing the harm in jailing offenders of marijuana...Indiana steps backwards into the script of Reefer Madness. Well...you guys voted for your Gov...up to you to vote him out. Signed, Citizen of Florida...the next state to have medical marijuana.

  3. It's empowering for this niche community to know that they have an advocate on their side in case things go awry. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lrst9VXVKfE

  4. Apparently the settlement over Angie's List "bundling" charges hasn't stopped the practice! My membership is up for renewal, and I'm on my third email trying to get a "basic" membership rather than the "bundled" version they're trying to charge me for. Frustrating!!

  5. Well....as a vendor to both of these builders I guess I have the right to comment. Davis closed his doors with integrity.He paid me every penny he owed me. Estridge,STILL owes me thousands and thousands of dollars. The last few years of my life have been spent working 2 jobs, paying off the suppliers I used to work on Estridge jobs and just struggling to survive. Shame on you Paul...and shame on you IBJ! Maybe you should have contacted the hundreds of vendors that Paul stiffed. I'm sure your "rises from the ashes" spin on reporting would have contained true stories of real people who have struggled to find work and pay of their debts (something that Paul didn't even attempt to do).