People in the news - Dec. 27, 2010

 IBJ Staff
December 25, 2010
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Craig Kuechenberg has been promoted to manager at BKD LLP.

Angela L. Coy has been named partner of Sherman & Armbruster LLP Certified Public Accountants of Greenwood.

Carrie King has been named partner of the audit and assurance group at Donovan Certified Public Accountants and Advisors, Avon.

Health Care
Stephanie Kelly has been named dean, College of Health Sciences, at the University of Indianapolis.

Cindy De Neira, D.O., has joined with St. Francis Medical Group Plainfield Family Medicine.

Brenda White has joined the Conrad Indianapolis as the housekeeping manager, and Jennifer Matusiak has joined as assistant director of housekeeping. Lee Parrotte has joined as a concierge.

Mehdi Spadavecchia has been named director of food and beverage for the JW Marriott Indianapolis Downtown and its three restaurants, Osteria Pronto, High Velocity and Tavern on the Plaza.

Kristen Wilson has joined Walker & Associates Insurance as sales representative.

Matt Logue and Josh Latham have joined Hylant Group as client executives in commercial lines sales.

Aaron Van Pelt has been named a district general agent, sales district, of Colonial Life & Accident Insurance Co.

Scott A. Baumruck has joined Professional Insurance Agents of Indiana Inc. as executive vice president.

Joseph J. DeVito was named CEO at Baldwin & Lyons Inc.

Denene Stewart has joined Entercom Indianapolis as the director of strategic sales. JR Ammons has joined as WZPL-FM 99.5 program director.

Real Estate
Anthony Pickett and Sheila Stutz have joined Re/Max Excel in Avon.

Century 21 Scheetz has added the following real estate agents: Brandon Bowen, Jennifer Brandl, Tim Lanie and Mark Sanders.

Tracey Holtzman has joined Midland Atlantic as a retail specialist, and Carol Rice has joined as administrative manager.

Amy Burmeister has joined Summit Realty Group as leader of the investment services team.

Janet Monroe has joined EPIC LLC as vice president / general counsel.

Paul Pendleton has been promoted to senior vice president of operations at Logan’s Roadhouse.

Amanda Thatcher Manley, Jennifer Watler and Kim Sexton have joined the design department at RJE Business Interiors.•


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