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People in the news - May 30, 2011

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May 28, 2011
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Accounting
BKD LLP has added the following: Steven M. Martin, director, and Christopher K. Schumann, senior managing consultant, transaction services team; Masato Shiroiwa, national manufacturing & distribution group; Linda D. Baugh, accountant, accounting outsourcing services; and Imran H. A. Lodhi, staff.

Lynn Greggs has joined Simons Bitzer & Associates PC as accounting and controllership specialist.

Advertising/Marketing/Public Relations
Sharayah Sanders has joined Roundpeg as a part-time production artist.

Banking
Melissa Duke has been promoted to vice president, senior commercial lending officer, at Heartland Community Bank.

Brad Jacobs has been named the branch manager for Intech Park at M&I Bank.

Civic/Not-for-Profit
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. Melissa Hickman has joined as vice president for seminary advancement, and Karen Horsman has joined as gift officer.

Construction
Wilhelm Construction has added the following: Tim Barnett, business development manager; Dave Collier, Mike Gendron and Joe Talkington, superintendents; Jim Alstatt, estimator; and Toddy Nagy, formwork detailer.

Pete Tolson, Kyle Kennell, Dan Rickert and Thomas Ochoa have joined Garcia Construction Group Inc. as project managers.

Finance
Joby P. Norris and Bradley A. Good have been named managing partners of Core Wealth Advisors.

Brian Smith has joined Baden Retirement Plan Services as sales manager for the Midwest.

Oak Street Funding has promoted the following: Bill Nicholson, sales director, and Chris McAtee, sales manager. Carissa Newton has joined as director of marketing.

Media
Rachel Goffinet has joined the sales team at Indianapolis Business Journal.•
 

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