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People in the news - Feb. 22, 2010

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February 20, 2010
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Health Care
Carla L.C. Baxter has joined CareGivers Inc. as director, promotions and community relations. Ceil Upchurch has joined as a low vision specialist.

 Dr. Clark Perry has joined Diabetes, Internal Medicine and Endocrinology, a Community Physicians of Indiana office.

Law
Kristen M. Carroll and Jennifer M. Herrmann have been named partners at Kightlinger & Gray LLP.

Kevin Thompson has been named business manager of Plews Shadley Racher & Braun LLP. Debbie Fennessy has been named human resources manager.

Printing/Publishing
Jill Wangler has joined Fineline Printing Group as director of marketing and Laurie Heck has joined as account manager.

Professional/Trade
The Design Build Institute of America, Great Lakes Region, has named the following officers: Pat Miller, Baker & Daniels, president; Wes Nicholson, CPM Construction, vice president; John Voigt, Brownsburg Community Schools, treasurer; Pam McNealy, Hunt Construction Group, secretary; and Lewie Wallace, Purdue University, past president.

Indiana Economic Development Association has named the following officers: Darrell Voelker, Harrison County Economic Development Corp., president; William Dory, Greencastle-Putnam County Development Ctr., vice president; Susan Borries Reed, IMPA, secretary; Julie Ashmore, treasurer; Michael Heaton, Duke Energy, past president. New directors are Kathy Ertel, Jennings County Economic Development Commission; Vicki Kellerman, Economic Development Corp. of Greensburg/Decatur Co.; Nolan ‘Skip’ Kuker, Logansport-Cass County ED Foundation; Cheryl Morphew, Johnson County Development Corp.; Corey Murphy, Economic Development Partners of Jefferson County Indiana; Connie Neininger, White County Economic Development; Diane Thalmann, NIPSCO; Jim Tidd, Miami County Economic Development Authority; and Alan Tio, Whitley County EDC.

The Social Health Association of Indiana Inc. has named the following officers: Natalie Dean, Ice Miller LLP, president; Elliott Pinkie, Hoover Hull LLP, first vice president; Mary Lett, M M Lett Associates, second vice president; Darren Bridge, First Merchants, treasurer; and Stephanie Dominguez, secretary. New directors are Marla Lenz, Purdue University; Cindy Mitchell, Clarian Health; Audrey Satterblom, Indianapolis Public Schools; John Slatten, Slatten & Co.; Mitch Still, Key Bank; and Penny Wright, RN.

Services
Sam Calderon has been named president of health care and hospitality sales for the Americas at Office360.

Pamela S. Hrubey, Eli Lilly and Co., has been named chairwoman of the board of the Better Business Bureau of Central Indiana.

John Nadelin has joined Safis Solutions as a senior compliance advisor.

Sports
Lee W. Johnson has joined USA Gymnastics as the senior director of marketing.

Mark Apple has joined the Indianapolis Motor Speedway sales department as a business development account executive.•

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