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People in the news - July 11, 2011

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July 9, 2011
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Accounting
Craig Conley has been named partner at Clifton Gunderson. Sue Ulrey has joined as a principal of business risk services.

Amy Wert, Jackie Cordier and Kyle Spina have been promoted to senior staff at LM Henderson & Co. LLP.

Advertising/Marketing/Public Relations
Julie Stigall and Denise McCauley have joined Reach USA as sales representatives.

Architecture/Design/Engineering
Schmidt Associates has added the following: Eric Broemel, energy engineer; Hans Johansen, architectural graduate; Heidi Larson, CAD/BIM technician; Jim Boosey, network administrator; and Jonathan Hardin, graphic designer.

Civic/Not-for-Profit
Jeffrey Small has joined Johnson Grossnickle and Associates as writer and project manager.

HVAF of Indiana Inc. has added the following to the case management team: Nan Huynh, Bryan Dysert, Scott Pelley and Amanda Ellingwood. Brian Andree has joined as a social worker.

The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis has named the following board of trustee officers: Philip C. Genetos, Ice Miller LLP, chairman; David W. Gray, Lewis & Kappes, vice chair; Elizabeth Cooke, community leader, secretary; Maria Quintana, JP Morgan Chase, treasurer and chairwoman of the finance committee. New trustees are Julie R. Booth, Accenture; Jamie P. Merisotis, Lumina Foundation for Education; Douglas C. Rose, Irwin R. Rose & Co.; Jennifer L. Satterfield-Siegel, Special Smiles Pediatric Dentistry; and Deborah B. Wood, DWA Healthcare Communications Group. Honorary trustees of the 2011 board of trustees are Lloyd C. Lyons and Andrew J. Paine. Affiliate representatives to the 2011 board of trustees are Anne Steinberg, Melanie Fitzgerald, Sarah Cotterill and Andrea J. Roof.

Andrea Pactor, Women’s Philanthropy Institute at the Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University, has been named a board member of The Leadership Institute – Women with Purpose.

Mark R. Waterfill has been named to the board of the United Cerebral Palsy Association of Greater Indiana

Judith R. Duncan has been named executive director at the Spina Bifida Association of Indiana.

Second Helpings has added the following directors: Elizabeth Garber and Reg Mallamo. Angela Krahulik, Joe Slaughter and Joe Smith have joined the advisory council.

Construction
Messer Construction Co. has added the following: Adam W. Brandt, project engineer, and Dharaben V. Patel, project management assistant.

Education
Thomas Major Jr. has joined Lumina Foundation as program officer; Amie Michael has joined as grant assistant; and Cody Coppotelli has joined as investment officer.

Health Care
Safis Solutions LLC has added the following: Mark Vare, director of business development, and Todd Hubbard as IT services sales executive.

Anne Knapp has been named interim CEO at Valle Vista Health System.

Insurance
Ryan Colvin has been named chief growth officer at Gibson. Tim Leman has been named CEO.

Law
Angela L. Gidley has joined Parr Richey Obremskey Frandsen & Patterson as an associate.

Michael B. Davis has joined Bingham McHale LLP as a member of the real estate department.

Stephanie S. Penninger has joined Benesch as an associate in the litigation practice group. Robert W. Markette Jr. has joined as of counsel in the health care practice group.

Kip S. M. McDonald has joined Wooden & McLaughlin LLP in the areas of business litigation, product liability and other civil litigation matters.

Jessica Benson Cox has joined the product liability group at Baker & Daniels LLP as an associate.

Professional/Trade
The Society of Financial Services Providers, central Indiana chapter, has elected the following officers: Ian Essling, president; Joe Cerda, president elect; Aaron Miller, secretary/treasurer; and Brian Miller, past president. New directors are Nancy Cunning, Lawrence Frutkin, Kristi Grimm, Steve Jackson, Jack Hettinger and James Patton.

ACEC Indiana has named the following officers: John Brand, Butler Fairman & Seufert, president; Bill Hall, United Consulting, vice president and treasurer; and Mak Knowles, American Structurepoint, secretary.

The Financial Executives International, Indianapolis chapter, has named the following new board of directors: Eric Weber, New Sunshine; Warren R. Wise, Knauf Insulation; Gregory A. Ginder, Marian University; Karen Smith, Brightpoint Americas; and Beth A. Taylor, Endocyte Inc. James Meer, Ener1 Inc., has been named president.

Edmund L. Brown, Brenner Design, has been named vice president of the Construction Specification Institute, Indianapolis chapter.

Real Estate
Carolina Melean Rashidfarokhi has joined Pedcor Investments as in-house counsel, Carmel office.

Cassie Burnett has joined Skyline Property Group as corporate accountant.

Jeffery Cloyd, Kevin Elson and Cathy Epps have joined Re/Max Ability Plus, Carmel.

Services
Community Solutions Inc. has added the following: John von Arx, leadership team; Lisa Osterman, senior consultant; and Tracey Horth Krueger and Leslie Olsen, independent consultants.

Kay Goldstein has joined the Progressive Hair Salon in Greenfield as a licensed esthetician and skin care expert.

Jennifer Merrell has joined Ginovus as senior manager of marketing and communications.

Technology/Telecommunications
Steve Deutsch has joined the document solutions division as service manager at Van Ausdall & Farrar.

Indesign LLC has added the following: Darlene Crites, senior test engineer; Josh Marchi, firmware engineering intern; Bill McIlhargey, IT support specialist; and Russell Willmot, RF engineering intern.

Utilities
Bruce Hauk has joined Indiana American Water as vice president of operations.•

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  1. $800M is a lot. There's over 800,000 people in the county/city though. I'm betting the cost of services(police, fire, roads, economic incentives to bring in new business, etc.) in Hamilton County is much more than $1000 per person. In 2012, the city of Carmel's audit report shows receipts of $268,742,988 (about 1/3 of Indianapolis's receipts) for a population of 83,573 (almost 1/10 the size of Indianapolis)...hmm, I wonder why Carmel is such a safer place to live...

  2. Would you let a mechanic diagnose your car over the internet without seeing it or taking it for a test drive? The patient needs face to face interaction with a physician to be properly diagnosed. It would seem to me that the internet diagnosis is about as silly as going to ones mirror and saying, "I wonder what I have"? And then you diagnose yourself. That's free and probably wrong too.

  3. Maybe if we treated the parents of juvie offenders who have 5 babies from 4 different daddies like stray cats and dogs who go around creating a bigger animal control problem, we wouldn't have so much of a "parenting" problem flooding both the social services and (later) correctional systems. The breakdown of morals and parental responsibilities from horndogs who can't keep it in their pants and keep their families together has caused this. If a pit bull attacks someone, it's destroyed. Everyone encourages that pets are spayed and neutered to control the pet population and prevent further issues. Maybe it's time to control the welfare population...

  4. Blocking two blocks of a street along Broadripple Ave. is not going to stop "pedestrians" from walking around. The article stated that seven people were injured as a result of a skirmish between two gun-toting "pedestrians"...not drive-bys. Most of the crimes that are committed in BR area are done by "pedestrians" that are walking in the area...not driving by. This may alleviate traffic going through the area and may steer some folks away from coming to the area because of the extra inconvenience but it will not stop a pedestrian, on foot from toting a gun while walking in that area....period.

  5. Please run for mayor Joe. We need someone to come in and clean house. They past two mayors have run administrations rampant with corruption. We need to clean house before corruption is accepted as normal like Chicago.

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