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People in the news - May 2, 2011

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April 30, 2011
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Architecture/Design/Engineering
Frank Hatcher has joined Applied Engineering Services as an electrical project designer.

Joshua O. Russell has joined Moore Engineers PC as director of business development.

Erik Ruge has joined BSA LifeStructures as senior design professional for architecture.

Construction
Steve Garrett has been named director of business development at Rollins Construction Co.

Josh Harper has joined Alderson Commercial Group Inc. as a project superintendent.

Finance
Bill Mays, Mays Chemical Co., has been named chairman of the Lynx Capital Corp., and Philip Roby, National Bank of Indianapolis, has been named president.

Law
Parr Richey Obremskey Frandsen & Patterson has named the following new partners: Michael L. Schultz and Jeremy L. Fetty.

Riley Bennett & Egloff LLP has elected the following to the management committee: Bryce H. Bennett Jr., John L. Egloff, Ryan L. Leitch and Kevin N. Tharp.

Manufacturing
Genesis Casket has named the following: Denny Knigga, vice president, operations; Joe Weigel, vice president, sales and marketing; Adrian Lee, executive director, logistics and procurement; and Scott Billingsley, executive director, product development and sales management.

Media
Tom LoBianco has joined AP’s Indiana staff.

Retail
G. Thrapp Jewelers has added the following: Jennifer Hendrian, data analyst; and Angie Cinnamon, director of marketing and studio photographer, and Dana Friedman Lindenberg in sales and as a buyer.

Services
Linda Dausend and Bill Mugavin have joined FlashPoint as human resource consultants.

Cari Guichelaar, Dennis Miller, Michael Peterson, Karen Rieger, Nadia Thomas and Amy McLaughlin have joined BCforward as recruiters.

Technology/Telecommunications
Perpetual Technologies Inc. has added the following: Warren Sifre, senior Microsoft consultant; Robert Haverly, systems administrator; and Matt Potter, Aziz Karim, and Brian Bugh, Microsoft consultants.

Scale Computing has added the following: Jessie Markoff, executive administrator; Joe Turner, salesforce.com application developer; and David Sweet, sales engineer.

Eldon Lindsay has joined Officescape as assistant marketing manager.

Fred Berger has been promoted to vice president, document solutions’ division, Van Ausdall & Farrar.•

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