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People in the news - Oct. 11, 2010

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October 9, 2010
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Accounting
BGBC Partners LLP has added the following: Julie Klaes, administrative assistant; and Amy DeMuth, manager, tax accounting and business advisory services department. Andrew Terry and Chris Bloomer have been promoted to managers, accounting and business advisory services department.

Amanda Meko has been named director, audit & other assurance services group at Greenwalt CPAs. Matthew Polston and John Fisk have joined the audit & other assurance services group.

RJ Pile LLC has promoted the following: Scott Shoemaker, senior manager; Jason Phillips and Jeremy Kopeck, managers; and Jennifer Winget, senior accountant.

Dauby O’Connor & Zaleski LLC has added the following accounting staff: Kristen Martin, Nick Barnard, Dan Curran, Brian Fishback, Brian Frantz, Katie Byram, Erika Paul, Nathan Plack, Bobby Riddell, Kraig Sanders, Corey Stark, Matt Tyner, Molly Utterback, Johnny Wagler, Trent Wilson and Jared Wolski.

L.M. Henderson & Co. LLP has added the following: Amy Kerr, tax department, and Kyle Spina, audit department.

Advertising/Marketing/Public Relations
TrendyMinds has added the following: Tyler Murray, principal; Tom Hudock, project manager; Steven Peavey, front-end programmer; Rumi Sakuraeda, design assistant; Seth Benson, designer; and Brooklyn Moor, office assistant. Elizabeth Friedland has been promoted to director, strategic services; Brooke Roche has been promoted to director, creative services, and Louise Klann has been promoted to account executive.

Caldwell VanRiper has promoted the following vice presidents: Laura Miller, director of public relations; Kamo Atanassov, creative director; Julie Muncy, human resources and administrative services; and Kevin Flynn, director of account services.

Kristen Magnes has joined Willow Marketing as business development director.

Architecture/Design/Engineering
HNTB Corp. has added the following engineers: Virginia Lingham and Justin Stuehrenberg, transportation planning, and Van Robbins, bridges.

Toni Grimes has joined Cooler Design Inc. as a project architect. Brianna Wetzel has joined as an intern architect.

Felicia D. Brown has been named chief financial officer for A2SO4.

Peter Flynn has joined Infrastructure Engineering Inc. as the design engineer.

Banking
Bob Poe has joined Chase as vice president specializing in agribusiness lending, agribusiness and food group.

Patrick Raftery has joined Centier Bank as vice president of business banking, Indianapolis and central Indiana region.

Civic/Not-for-Profit
Best Buddies Indiana has added the following board members: Katy Stafford, The Corydon Group, and Mike Wozniak, Harris Bank.

The Indiana Coalition for the Arts and the Indiana Coalition for the Arts Foundation have elected the following to its board of trustees: Allison Taylor, Hall Render Killian Heath & Lyman PC, and Eric Rodgers, Arts Place, Portland.

The Indianapolis Children’s Choir has added the following: Karen Woods, financial assistant, and Kristy Weaver, development associate.

Jenni White has joined Coburn Place Safe Haven as the transitional services director.

Dave Strantz has joined Safe Sitter Inc. as development manager.

Marjorie Kienle has been named to the advisory board of St. Joseph Institute for the Deaf - Indianapolis.

Construction
Janet Cazel has joined Summit Contracting LLC as national account manager.

Education
Norman Allgood has been named senior vice president of operations at Orbis Education.

Lauren Salerno has been named to the board of trustees at Brebeuf Jesuit.

Finance
Jaime Lira has joined Wise Financial as the director of marketing & business development.

Hotel/Motel
Drew Stuart has joined Conrad Indianapolis as concierge.

Insurance
Alan D. Darnell has joined Wells Fargo Insurance Services as a sales executive, employee benefits division.

Law
Danielle Tucker has joined Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP as an associate, labor and employment practice group.

Baker & Daniels LLP has added the following: Haroon Anwar, product liability; Omar M. Badawi, labor and employment law; Kayla D. Britton, banking and commercial finance as well as bankruptcy and business restructuring; Duane C. Marks, intellectual property; Elizabeth M. Tolbert, trusts and estates; and Jessica Van Dalen, intellectual property.

Professional/Trade
Travis Sims has been named managing director for BNI Indiana.

Amie Peele Carter, Baker & Daniels LLP, has been named chairwoman of the trademark committee at the American Intellectual Property Law Association.

Bob Woods, CICOA Aging & In-Home Solutions, has been named chairman of the conference project team of the Indiana CPA Society.

Jayme E. Donnelson, Drewry Simmons Vornehm LLP, has been elected president of the National Association of Women in Construction, Indianapolis chapter.

Kevin Tyra has been named to the board of the National Society of Professional Insurance Investigators, Indiana chapter.

John C. Trimble, Lewis Wagner, has been named chairman, public policy committee of DRI, The Voice of the Defense Bar.

Real Estate
F.C. Tucker Co. has added the following residential sales associates: Fred Krawczyk, Mike Suit, Jeff Hyatt, Jon Henhapl, Rick DeMulling and Mary Douglas.

Adona Payne has joined Re/Max Legends Group.

Services
Rob Lower has joined Live Nation as director of sales.

Technology/Telecommunications
Apparatus has added the following: Karina Straub, client services manager, and Courtney Temple, administrative assistant.

Jeff Moore and Greg Dehnke have joined Blue Horseshoe as directors of business development.

Greg J. Bosler has been promoted to senior vice president, global business management, at Imation Corp.•

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