People in the news - Dec. 5, 2011

IBJ Staff
December 3, 2011
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Advertising/Marketing/Public Relations
Marcus Barlow has joined Caldwell VanRiper as an account executive.

Cody Borromeo has joined the enVista marketing team as the public relations & events manager.

Brandon Eads and Justin Reynolds have joined The Englehart Group as account coordinators.

Ed Peck has joined BSA LifeStructures as facilities management project manager.

Thomas Erdelac has joined Gary Lee Partners as a principal, and Jenna Nelson has joined as a LEED AP director.

Stacey Paul has joined Guidon Design Inc. as a civil engineer.

The National Panhellenic Conference has named the following officers: Jane H. Sutton, chairwoman; Jean Mrasek, vice chairwoman; Josette G. Kaufman, chairwoman, budget and finance; Julie Johnson, chairwoman, college panhellenics; and Mary Jane Beach, chairwoman, alumnae panhellenics.

Lewis Black, comedian, has joined the honorary board of directors for the Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library.

Claire Wilcher has been named assistant artistic director at The ComedySportz Theatre, Home of ComedySportz Indianapolis.

Antonia June Hickey has joined Easter Seals Crossroads as employment services representative.

Dr.Robert Malinzak has been named to the leadership council of the Arthritis Foundation, and Kim Berry has been named the executive director for the Indiana metro area.

Kevin Armstrong has been named president of the Methodist Health Foundation.

Nick Reich has been named executive director of Circles Indiana, a National Development Center in partnership with Indiana University School of Medicine and Move the Mountain Leadership Center.

Gregory K. Dedinsky, Community Heart and Vascular, has joined the board at Heart Reach Carmel.

F.A. Wilhelm Construction has added the following: Bill Freese and Jim Alstatt, estimators; Jeremy Putnam, project manager; and Steve Warman, superintendent.

Steve Durfee has joined Lenex Steel as director of business development.

Joe Gowland and Nick Geiger have joined Capitol Construction Services as assistant project managers.

Steve Durfee has joined Lenex Steel as director of business development.

Chris Baker has joined Gibson Commercial Construction as a project manager/estimator, and Kelli Gibson has been promoted to business development.

Patti Tehan has joined the University of Indianapolis as development officer and gift planner in the department of university advancement.

Father Jack Dennis has been named president at Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory School.

Ashley Schmoll has joined Veros Partner as a client service specialist. Angela Stephenson has joined as a bookkeeper.

Maureen B. Moss and Brandon J. Almas have joined Riley Bennett & Egloff LLP as associate attorneys.

Geoffrey Davis and William A. Dummett have joined Hall Render.

Kelly J. Greene has joined Benesch as an associate in the health care practice group.

Jessica L. Hopper and Elizabeth A. Eichholtz have joined Hollingsworth & Zivitz as associates.

Jonathan Penn and Aiza Siddiqi have joined Plews Shadley Racher & Braun LLC, Indianapolis, as associates.

Jenie Van Hampton has joined the labor and employment team at Baker & Daniels LLP as an associate.

Sharon M. Wardrip has been promoted to national director of attorney recruiting and retention for Ogletree Deakins Nash Smoak & Stewart PC.

Janet Monroe has joined Brannon Robinson Sowers Hughel and Doss PC where she will provide general business counsel.

Stephen Starks has joined Kroger Gardis & Regas LLP as an associate.

Comcast Spotlight has promoted the following: Mike Ruggiero, general manager, and Jeff Klee and Troy Harker, area sales managers.

Michael Douglas has joined Digital Color Graphics as an account executive.

Real Estate
F.C. Tucker Co. has added the following residential sales associates: Carmel: Tatiana Melnichek; Castleton: Adam Catron and Deborah Lee; Keystone at the Crossing: Angie Trusty; Meridian North: Penny Davis; Noblesville: Lindsi Davis; South: Andrew Houk; West: Debbie Blackwell and Angela Troxel; and Zionsville: Bill Agner.

Kailyn Alt has joined My Best Friend’s Hair as business development executive, and Brittany Pangburn has joined as business development manager. Kris Schneider has joined as social media manager. Jessica Beckman has joined as marketing coordinator.

Maura Fitzgerald has joined BCforward as executive administrator. Megan McQueenie has joined as an IT recruiter.

Andrew Kellogg has joined The RND Group Inc. as a lead software engineer. Scott McDevitt has joined as a lead quality engineer.•


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  2. If you only knew....

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