People in the news - Oct. 4, 2010

IBJ Staff
October 2, 2010
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The Indiana Coalition for the Arts has elected the following officers: Tetia Lee, Tippecanoe Arts Federation, Lafayette, president; Jeff Kuehl, Columbus Area Arts Council, Columbus, vice president; Sue Burk, Arts Place, Portland, secretary; and A. John Rose, Textillery Weavers, Bloomington, treasurer.

Impact 100 Greater Indianapolis has named the following officers: Barb Fleming Cecil, president; Karen Kennelly, president-elect; Suzanne Bellamy, secretary; and Sara Lootens, treasurer. New board members are Valerie Brennan, Beth Thomas, Jennifer Bortel, Lori Dunlap, Miriam Resnick, Rebecca Stratton and Annie Wells.

Health Care
Jamie Curts has been named vice president of business development for Spectrum Health Systems.

Amy Olson Clifford has joined Hoosier Oncology Group as partner development manager.

Michael Obenchain has joined Alliance Home Health Care as information technology support.

Dr. Mark H. Belfer has joined St.Vincent Physician Network as the chief medical officer.

Rich Torres has been promoted to editor in chief at VYPE/Central Indiana.

The Indiana State Medical Association has named the following: Dr. John Wernert, speaker of the house of delegates; Dr. Heidi Dunniway, vice speaker of the house of delegates; Dr. Richard Feldman, trustee, ISMA district 7; Dr. Michael Sha, trustee, Young Physician Society; Dr. Mary Baker, trustee, Resident and Fellow Society; Paul Haste, trustee, Medical Student Society; Dr. John McGoff, alternate trustee, ISMA District 7; Dr. Laura Tenner, alternate trustee, Resident and Fellow Society; Laura Tedeschi, alternate trustee, Medical Student Society.

Real Estate
Century 21 Scheetz has added the following real estate agents: Rosa Ferlaino, Eric Fox, Linda Gaskill, Stephanie Kimble, Paula Mardik, Kathryn Peck, Christy Rigsby, Amanda Speedy, Lean Bonaventura, Greg Colman, Dominic Desando, Jay Flora, Daniel Franco, Matt Henn, Chris Marra, Ben Roembke and Fumihiko Yuki.

John Kahrs has joined Re/Max Ability Plus, Carmel, and April Fitzgerald has joined Re/Max Ability Plus, Fishers.

Kenny Aulbach and Gregory Hattenback have joined Re/Max Select, Greenwood.

Donald Hintz has joined Re/Max Centerstone, Plainfield.•


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  1. From the story: "The city of Indianapolis also will consider tax incentives and funding for infrastructure required for the project, according to IEDC." Why would the City need to consider additional tax incentives when Lowe's has already bought the land and reached an agreement with IEDC to bring the jobs? What that tells me is that the City has already pledged the incentives, unofficially, and they just haven't had time to push it through the MDC yet. Either way, subsidizing $10/hour jobs is going to do nothing toward furthering the Mayor's stated goal of attracting middle and upper-middle class residents to Marion County.

  2. Ron Spencer and the entire staff of Theater on the Square embraced IndyFringe when it came to Mass Ave in 2005. TOTS was not only a venue but Ron and his friends created, presented and appeared in shows which embraced the 'spirit of the fringe'. He's weathered all the storms and kept smiling ... bon voyage and thank you.

  3. Not sure how many sushi restaurants are enough, but there are three that I know of in various parts of downtown proper and all are pretty good.

  4. First off, it's "moron," not "moran." 2nd, YOU don't get to vote on someone else's rights and freedoms that are guaranteed by the US Constitution. That's why this is not a state's rights issue...putting something like this to vote by, well, people like you who are quite clearly intellectually challenged isn't necessary since the 14th amendment has already decided the issue. Which is why Indiana's effort is a wasted one and a waste of money...and will be overturned just like this has in every other state.

  5. Rick, how does granting theright to marry to people choosing to marry same-sex partners harm the lives of those who choose not to? I cannot for the life of me see any harm to people who choose not to marry someone of the same sex. We understand your choice to take the parts of the bible literally in your life. That is fine but why force your religious beliefs on others? I'm hoping the judges do the right thing and declare the ban unconstitutional so all citizens of Wisconsin and Indiana have the same marriage rights and that those who chose someone of the same sex do not have less rights than others.