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People in the News - Feb. 28, 2011

 IBJ Staff
February 26, 2011
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Accounting
Katz Sapper & Miller LLP has named the following: managers: Mark Smith and Anne DeLaney, audit and assurance services department; Beth Scott, Sarah Cullather Nanos and Ben Lyon, business advisory group; and Will Robinson and Chad Halstead, tax department; directors: Stacey Sunderman, Erin Eberly and Ed Stohlman, business advisory group; Doug Rubenstein, tax department and real estate services group; Jason Miller, audit and assurance services department; Andy Manchir, valuation services group; Ellen Ferringer, health care resources group; and staff accountants: Amanda Williams and Nathan Potter, business advisory group; Benjamin Phillips, Nicholas Holton, Andrew Goodman and Bryan Back, audit and assurance services department; Timothy Conrad, tax services department; and Amanda Busz, real estate services group.

Eddie Marmouget has been named leader of BKD National Health Care Group, the new national industry partner.

Advertising/Marketing/Public Relations
Sam Waterson has been promoted to executive vice president at Richard Harrison Bailey/The Agency. Lindsay Hadley has been named lead designer.

Elizabeth Friedland has joined Bandy Carroll Hellige as senior public relation manager.

BohlsenPR has added the following: Sara Croft, media specialist; Kate Franzman, account executive; Megan Giannini, media specialist; Mark LaFay, account executive; and Jeremy Riffle, senior account executive.

George Evans has been named principal/creative director of Brandwidth LLC.

Architecture/Design/Engineering
Thaddeus Lupton has joined A2SO4 Architecture as senior project manager and design coordinator.

Banking
Jerry Sparks and Nickie O’Brien have been named sales managers for Flagstar Bank.

Dan Hatfield has joined Associated Bank as commercial real estate manager, and Shawn Bullock has joined as commercial real estate senior relationship manager, loan production office, Indianapolis.

Law
Kristin B. Keltner has been named managing shareholder of the Indianapolis office of Ogletree Deakins Nash Smoak & Stewart PC. Christopher C. Murray and Stephanie A. Smithey have been named shareholders of the firm.

Homer W. Faucett III has joined Maginot Moore & Beck LLP as an associate.

Angela Hopper has joined Alerding Castor Hewitt LLP as an attorney. Meg Shireman has joined as client-relations manager.

Sandra L. Blevins has been named partner at Betz & Blevins.

Beth A. Schenberg and Marie Alexander have been named associate attorneys at Kightlinger & Gray LLP.

Easter & Cavosie has added the following partners: George H. Abel II, Theresa M. Ringle and E. Roy Rodabaugh.•

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