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People in the news - Nov. 7, 2011

IBJ Staff
November 5, 2011
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Accounting
Somerset CPAs has added the following: Elizabeth Curley and Brandon Lucas, staff accountants; Rex Biggs, senior accountant, entrepreneurial team; Theresa Pierce, senior accountant, small business services team; and Chris Hirschfeld, manager, entrepreneurial team and litigation, valuation & forensic team.

Blue & Co. LLC has added the following to the Carmel office: Gary Friend, staff accountant; Shirley Horn, AR collections coordinator; and Mike Jenkins, recruitment manager.

Advertising/Marketing/Public Relations
Mark Cline and Kate Franzman have joined Pivot Marketing as editorial directors.

Bradley and Montgomery has added the following: Andrew Rutledge, art director; Christina Ripley, creative assistant; Ryan Flynn Jr., copywriter; Lisa Hoppenjans, account manager; and Ashley Larson and Jay Mattingly, account coordinators.

Architecture/Design/Engineering
Jayson Thorne has joined MS Consultants Inc. as director of Indiana operations.

Tim Byers has joined Ghafari Associates as a project manager.

Todd E. Stephens has joined Cripe Architects + Engineers as equipment planner.

Construction
Mike Moore has joined Winroc/SP&I as inside sales & purchasing representative.

Carl Dennin has been promoted to project executive, senior management team at Messer Construction Co.

Education
Delores Ryan has joined the Center for Leadership Development as college prep director.

Gina Sanchez Gibau has been named as associate dean of student affairs in the IU School of Liberal Arts at IUPUI.

Shelley Hunter has joined Harrison College as associate provost for student services. Amy Billings has been named director of alumni relations.

Natalie Cummings has joined the University of Indianapolis as director of alumni relations.

Chris Braun, Plews Shadley Racher & Braun LLC, has been elected president of the Park Tudor board of directors.

Finance
Angela Turley has joined PrimeLending, A PlainsCapital Co. as a loan originator.

John S. Parsons has joined Foundation Financial Group to head the new office in Indianapolis.

Blake Westerfield has joined the CNO Financial Group Inc. as vice president, product management, worksite health and specified disease.

Health Care
Dr.Theresa Rohr-Kirchgraber has been named executive director of the Indiana University National Center of Excellence in Women’s Health.

Community Hospital South has added a new team of board-certified internal medicine physicians: Dr. Brett McCullough, medical director; internists Dr. John Albrecht, Dr. Nami Bayan, Dr. Hamilton Lam, Dr. Randy Lee, Dr. Anand Patel, Dr. Selma Rashid, Dr. Renu Weiss and Amanda Markand, nurse practitioner.

Nicole G. Barnes has been named clinical nutrition manager for Franciscan St. Francis Health.

Chris Badger has been promoted to community relations coordinator at Alliance Home Health Care.

St.Vincent has added the following to its neuroscience clinic research program: Mary Ziemba-Davis, director; Pamela Russell, clinical research nurse; and Mindy Dillow, clinical researcher.

Insurance
Susan Buhle has been promoted to district sales manager, Indianapolis division, Mutual of Omaha.

Bradley Ray, Ray Insurance Group LLC, has been named an agent of Erie Insurance.

Real Estate
Ronda Manworren has joined Re/Max Legends Group.

Lisa Fuller Phillips has joined CityWise Real Estate Services. Kristen Howard has joined as a real estate professional and corporate relocation specialist.

Kim Troyer has joined Keller Williams as a broker.

Paul Kinslow joined Re/Max Realty Group, New Palestine.

Retail
Ben Drabiak has joined Redcats USA, global home shopping company, as associate general counsel. Debra Davis has joined as manager, licensing and transactional.

LIDS Sports Group has added the following to the retail division: Ashley Johnes, merchandiser for the NCAA category; Paul Brogan, accounts payable specialist; Megan Fowler, buying & merchandising administrative assistant; Sarah Hodgin, e-commerce Web designer; and Jeremy Morrison, embroidery support coordinator. Dave Helmkamp has been promoted to senior buyer for apparel, LIDS retail division of LIDS sports group; and Robert Greenwald has been promoted senior buyer of NCAA fashion, LIDS retail division of LIDS sports group.

Services
Hamilton Exhibits has promoted the following: Paul Quay, director of program management; Josh Frisbie, design director; and Aaron Kester, director of visual media. Jeff Christener has joined as event technologies specialist.

Susan Rembusch has joined Relocation Strategies Inc. as project manager, business development and project management.

Transportation
Scott Krenz has joined Red Ball Moving & Storage as sales manager, and Dan Hall has joined as manager, business development.•
 

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