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IBJ Staff
October 10, 2009
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Shaun King and Amanda Raymond have joined Greenwalt Sponsel & Co. Inc. as members of the audit and assurance services group. Melissa Merrick has joined the tax services group.

Kevin Kennedy Associates has promoted the following: Dick Carter, recruitment officer, and Ann Inman, business manager.

Marquis Jackson has joined Loftus Engineering Inc. as electrical designer.

Angie May has joined the board of Salin Bank.

Tiffany Cox has joined CICOA Aging & In-Home Solutions as a registered dietitian/wellness coordinator in nutrition services.

Historic Landmarks Foundation of Indiana has named the following officers: Jerry J. Fuhs, Southern Indiana Properties of Distinction, French Lick, chairman; Randall T. Shepard, Indiana Supreme Court Chief Justice, honorary chairman; Michael W. Rodman, Marion County Treasurer, vice chairman; Ralph Nowak, M&I Wealth Management, treasurer; Clayton C. Miller, Bamberger Foreman Oswald & Hahn LLP, secretary, Thomas H. Engle, Barnes & Thornburg, assistant secretary. Marya Rose, Cummins Inc., has joined the board as a director.

Goodwill Education Initiatives Inc. has added the following for Indianapolis Metropolitan High School: freshman advisors: Andrew Johnson; sophomore advisors: Melissa Danko, Kristen Engle, Chad Miller and Julie Stephanoff; junior advisors: Danielle Mandigo and Rajiv Satsangi; and administration: Delia Arreola, receptionist.

Dwight D. Ashley Sr. has joined Damar Academy as principal.

Gregory Dale Smith has joined the Indianapolis Museum of Art as the senior conservation scientist to lead the Conservation Science Laboratory.

Sue Hacker Nelson has been named director of development at Prevail Inc.

The Indiana Repertory Theatre has added the following board members: Mike Simmons, T2 Systems; Dan Emerson, Bose McKinney and Evans; Kirk Michael, IPL; and Brian Barker, Dow AgroSciences LLC.

Goodwill Industries of Central Indiana has added the following: Amanda Butler, Richard L. Roudebush VA Medical Center, supervisor; David Francis, information technology, specialist; Erin Kimble, commercial services, WEX case manager; Jon Manning, janitorial training program, supervisor; and Carmen Rivera Merced, West Washington Store, assistant manager. The following have been promoted: Randell Johnson, South Meridian Store, store manager; Nichole Worl, Rushville Store, store manager; and Jennifer Locke, Rushville Store, assistant store manager.

Charles M. Fox has joined Maginot Moore & Beck LLP as an associate attorney.

Carrie Houston has joined Ice Miller LLP as the director of human resources.

Patty Birch has joined Harding Poorman Group Inc. as an account executive.

Jeremy Wagner has joined Dynamark Graphics Group as an account executive. Jason Johnston has been promoted to marketing director.

Alexis Crouch has been promoted to the communications coordinator at the Indiana Public Charter Schools Association.•


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