People in the news - Nov. 9, 2009

IBJ Staff
November 7, 2009
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Wade Hill has been promoted to partner of Bradley & Associates Inc.

Jeff Curiel has joined Greenwalt Sponsel & Co. Inc. as an audit senior, audit and other assurance services group.

Advertising/Marketing/Public Relations
Synergy Marketing Group Inc. has added the following: Jenn Cox, director of marketing and public relations, and Pat Pickett, manager of marketing and public relations. Becky Moore has been promoted to director of marketing and public relations.

Angela Brown has joined Young & Laramore as an account supervisor. Leanna Poulard has joined as an assistant account manager.

Karen Hoover has been promoted to IT application development manager at VMS, and Brad Baer has been promoted to senior application project manager. Meredith Formsma has joined as marketing manager, and Jill Gangwer has joined as application developer.

Carla Crafton has joined Wilds Restoration as the sales and marketing manager.

Steve Wolff has joined Shiel Sexton as business development manager.

Michael Nichter has joined LJI Wealth Management as a mortgage consultant.

Duane Duke Haley has joined Financial Partners Group as a financial advisor.

Juan Gonzalez has been named to the IndyGo board.

Health Care
Dr. Roya M. Mojarrad and Dr. Amanda M. Armey have joined St.Vincent Physician Network in Noblesville as family practice physicians.

Reuben Kapur has been named program leader for the hematologic malignancies and stem cell biology research group in the Herman B Wells Center for Pediatric Research at the Indiana University School of Medicine.

Barnes & Thornburg LLP has added the following associates: Craig A. Cunningham, litigation department; Nicholas D. Heiny, health care department; Robert N. Sahr and Eric E. Williams, intellectual property department; and Crystal T. Williams, litigation and finance, insolvency and restructuring departments.

MaryEllen Kiley Bishop has joined Cohen Garelick & Glazier as a partner.

Raymond Biederman has joined Stewart & Irwin PC as an associate attorney.

Allison Wells Gritton has joined Spalding & Hilmes PC as an attorney.•


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