People in the news

 IBJ Staff
September 19, 2009
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Michael E. Bosway, City Securities Corp., has been named to the board of Ameriana Bancorp and also to the board of Ameriana Bank.

Mental Health America of Greater Indianapolis has added the following: Myrna Trump, director of finance, and Amy Tobias, director of education and public affairs. New board members are Jolaine Hill, Katz Sapper & Miller; Tim Stoner, Fusion Alliance; Julie Szempruch, Midtown Community Mental Health Center; and Cynthia Jackson, Indianapolis Public Schools.

Charles Chamness, National Association of Mutual Insurance Cos., has been named to the board of the St. Baldrick’s Foundation.

Tony Hahn has been named deputy agriculture director.

Jason Jones has been named state maintenance director for the Indiana Department of Transportation.

BoWen Lee, Chris Roberti and Dana Cuddihy have joined Financial Partners Group as financial representatives. Jim Longstreth has joined as director of growth and development.

Barry S. White and Christopher Proctor have joined Allegiant Financial Group/National Life as financial services professionals. Herman C. King has joined as an investment adviser representative.

Health Care
Sheriee Ladd has been promoted to senior vice president of human resources at Clarian Health.

Kris Schnur has joined Midwest Psychological Center as an associate.

Wood-Mizer Products Inc. has added the following: Amanda Fribley, production artist; Janine Lilly, creative and production services manager; and Jenna Gehlhausen, public relations coordinator. Bobby Woods has been promoted to trade show marketing specialist.

Hector Sanchez has joined Indianapolis Monthly as the design director. Daniel S. Comiskey has been promoted to senior editor.

Real Estate
Karen Land and Shawn Kane have joined Century 21 Scheetz, Carmel office.

Perpetual Technologies Inc. has added the following: Leila Kemery, senior systems analyst; Joanna Arend, accountant; and Stephen Pisconski, senior accountant.

Matt East has joined Mobi Wireless as a solutions consultant managing the northeast region, and Rachael Noble has joined as a solutions consultant managing the health care vertical.

Laura Hilton has joined Officescape as center manager, College Park office.•


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