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People in the news - March 28, 2011

IBJ Staff
March 26, 2011
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Advertising/Marketing/Public Relations
Jessica Tower has been named executive director of the board of the Greater Lawrence Chamber of Commerce.

Jodi Marsh has been named vice president, communications, at Ivie & Associates Inc. Kevin Bridgewater has been named vice president, client services.

Jim Finan has joined the Rush County Economic and Community Development Corp. as executive director.

Architecture/Design/Engineering
Chet Skwarcan has joined Jacobi Toombs & Lanz Inc., Indianapolis office, as project manager responsible for traffic engineering.

Banking
Larry A. Goen has been elected to the board of directors for Hendricks County Bank and Trust Co., Brownsburg.

Grant Jenkins has joined J.P. Morgan’s Indianapolis Private Wealth Management office as a vice president and private banker.

Civic/Not-for-Profit
Suzanne Killen has been named director of development for Indiana United Methodist Children’s Home, Lebanon.

The Rotary Club of Indianapolis has named the following officers: Matthew Will, University of Indianapolis, president; Peggy Blackard, Gleaners Food Bank, president elect; Scott Armstrong, Crooked Creek CDC, vice president; Matthew Burnett, City Securities, secretary; Frank Eagan, Indiana Historical Society, sergeant at arms; Larry Brodnik, Greenwalt CPAs, treasurer; and Mark Blade, Milestone Contractors, immediate past president. New directors are Ron Baker, Etica Group; Orion Bell, CICOA Aging and In-Home Solutions; Bill Bubenzer, Smither Roofing; Paul Del Re, ProForma Multi Source; Mike Howard, Moody Nolan; Jeff Mader Mader Design; Linda McCabe, Indiana State Museum Foundation; and Erin Smith, Spotlight Strategies.

Robin Bellinger has joined Riley Children’s Foundation as chief development officer.

Hotel/Motel
Doug Dietrich has been named director of rooms and Scott Rubin has been named director of housekeeping at the Westin Indianapolis.

Law
Jeff Halbert has been named equity shareholder of Stewart & Irwin PC, and Michael Shanahan has been named shareholder. Mary Schmid has been named president. Stewart & Irwin has named the following executive committee members: Mary F. SchmidRonald C. SmithDonn H. WrayGlenn D. BowmanJames W. Brauer and Constance R. Lindman

Robert A. Wade has joined Krieg DeVault as a partner.

Kristin Keltner has been named managing shareholder of Ogletree Deakins Nash Smoak & Stewart PC.

Services
Triumph Consulting Services has added the following: Jack Haworth, chief operating officer; Kevin Allen, chief marketing officer; and Mike Cintron, regional sales manager.

John Drew has joined Nationwide Medical Review as compliance manager.

Thomas Bruns has been promoted to president of Aqua Indiana.

Datra Hopper has joined Angel Oak Tree Care - Angel’s Touch Lawn Care Inc. as lawn care technician.

Marco Zehrung has joined PrincetonOne as an account executive.•

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  1. why oh why does this state continue to elect these people....do you wonder how much was graft out of the 3.8 billion?

  2. i too think this is a great idea. I think the vision and need is there as well. But also agree with Wendy that there may be better location in our city to fulfill this vision and help grow the sports of hockey and figure skating in Indy. Also to help further develop other parts of the city that seem often forgotten. Any of the other 6 townships out side of the three northernmost could benefit greatly from a facility and a vision like this. For a vision that sounds philanthropic, the location is appears more about the money. Would really like to see it elsewhere, but still wish the development the best of luck, as we can always use more ice in the city. As for the Ice growth when they return, if schedules can be coordinated with the Fuel, what could be better than to have high level hockey available to go see every weekend of the season? Good luck with the development and the return of the Ice.

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  4. You do not get speeding ticket first time you speed and this is not first time Mr.Page has speed. One act should not define a man and this one act won't. He got off with a slap on the wrist. I agree with judge no person was injured by his actions. The state was robbed of money by paying too much rent for a building and that money could have been used for social services. The Page family maybe "generous" with their money but for most part all of it is dirty money that he obtained for sources that are not on the upright. Page is the kind of lawyer that gives lawyers a bad name. He paid off this judge like he has many other tine and walked away. Does he still have his license. I believe so. Hire him to get you confiscated drug money back. He will. It will cost you.

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