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People in the news - May 23, 2011

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May 21, 2011
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Advertising/Marketing/Public Relations
Jim Brooks has been named art director at Meyer & Wallis, Indianapolis.

Architecture/Design/Engineering
Nathan Page, John Gould and Tim Davis have joined Hannum Wagle & Cline Engineering, Indianapolis office.

Todd A. Lohman has been named managing principal at Walker Parking Consultants, Indianapolis office.

Banking
Cari Jeffras has been named a St. Vincent branch manager for the Indiana Members Credit Union.

John D. Alexander has been named vice president and state manager at Regions Bank Indianapolis Corporate Trust office.

Randy Collier has joined Huntington Bank as vice president and business banking team leader. Brian Smith has joined as a large corporate banking relationship manager.

Darlisa Davis has joined First Merchants as a relationship manager.

Civic/Not-for-Profit
Katie Lindahl Smith, ExactTarget, has been named to the board of Indy Reads.

Steven M. Crell, Cohen Garelick & Glazier, has been elected president of Congregation Beth-El Zedeck.

Christian Theological Seminary has named the following officers: J. Mark Mutz, Mosaic Consulting, chairman; Bart Peterson, Eli Lilly and Co., vice chairman; Daniel Evans Jr., Indiana University Health, treasurer; Teresa Owens, University of Chicago Divinity School, secretary; and Edward L. Wheeler, Christian Theological Seminary, president.

Health Care
Pamela Hunt has been named chief nursing executive and vice president of patient care services at The Indiana Heart Hospital.

Dr. Mercy O. Obeime has been named to the director for global and community health at Franciscan St. Francis Health.

Professional/Trade
Mario Garcia, Brattain & Minnix, has been named to the Criminal Justice Act Panel of attorneys for the United States District Court for the Southern District of Indiana, Indianapolis Division.

Retail
Mike Jones has been promoted to merchandise and food service manager, gas buddy coordinator, at Ricker Oil. Gabrielle VanAlstine has joined as the assistant director of human resources.

Services
John Howell has joined PrincetonOne as an account executive.

Don Minner has joined Productive Strategies Inc. as a senior marketing consultant.

Technology/Telecommunications
SmallBox Web has added the following: Leigh Marino, creative director; Justin Shimp, digital handyman; Justin Lacey, production manager; Emily Watkins, SEO consultant; and Sara McGuyer, marketing strategist.•

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