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People in the news - Dec. 13, 2010

IBJ Staff
December 11, 2010
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Banking
Salin Bank has added the following to its commercial banking team: Brian Emmons senior vice president; and Laura Haynes, vice president.

Civic/Not-for-Profit
Gino Johnson has been named CPA to the board of C.L.A.S.S.Education Inc.

Laura Shanley has been named advocate at Prevail Inc.

The Center for the Performing Arts has added the following: Lisa Kipper, controller; Carol Baker, director of education and outreach; Lee Davis and Maria Eglan front-of-house managers; Jason Luke, beverage-concessions manager; Anne O’Brien, sales and marketing manager; Emily Lovison, individual and corporate giving officer; Heather Mourer, donor relations officer; Robert Oyler, theatrical systems manager; and Jeff Steeg, audio technician. Patron services representatives are Elizabeth Halajian, Ella Hereth, Emily Pursel, Greg Perdue, John A. Moskal II, Kenneth Abernathy, Molly McKenna, Sarah Berggren, Sheryl Mullins and Will Cath.

Heart Reach Carmel has named the following board members: Dr. Arthur Coffey and Dr. Yousuf Mahomed, Clarian Cardiovascular; Michael Highum, McGowan Insurance; Joseph Muldoon, Fast Diagnostics; Brad Meyer, Thrifty Car Rental; and Pierre Twer, St. Jude Medical.

Cynthia Rallis has joined the Indianapolis Museum of Art as chief development officer.

Education
The Franklin Township Education Foundation has named the following officers: Garry Stevenson, CENCOR Inc., president; Rosalie Hawthorn, Nativity Church, vice president; Mike Tapp, The Skillman Corp., treasurer; and Barbara Fengya, secretary. New directors are Gene Bell, 317 Signs and Wraps; Steve Randall, IMPD; and Lindsay Wirtz, Teacher’s Credit Union.

Dennis Born, Aspire, has been named to the advisory committee for the Ball State University masters program in rehabilitative counseling.

Priscilla D. Keith has joined the Indiana University School of Law- Indianapolis’ Hall Center for Law and Health as director of research and projects, as well as adjunct professor.

Health Care
Community Physicians of Indiana has added the following doctors: Dr. Jamie HedmanDr. Jill Rogers, Dr. Anita Bhagat, and Dr. Margarita Czeskis.

Dr. Robert I. Prince has joined the St. Francis Medical Group Spine Specialists.

Timothy A. Gee has been named director of cardiovascular practices for St. Francis Medical Group.

Professional/Trade
Pat McCormick has been named chairman of the Indiana Motor Truck Association.

David B. Vornehm, Drewry Simmons Vornehm LLP, has been added to the American Arbitration Association as a neutral.

Technology/Telecommunications
Perpetual Technologies Inc. has added the following: David Kupfer, project manager; Warren Killian, web administrator; Andrew Fisher, system administrator; and Hilary Vignes Jr., senior oracle DBA.

Phillip Riester has been named director, professional and software services at Ativo LLC. Russ Palmero has joined as senior consultant, professional and software services.•

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