People in the news – May 10, 2010

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Branden Songer has joined Cooler Design Inc. as project coordinator.

Gregory Yager has joined Applied Engineering Services as a computer specialist.

Jenn Kriscunas has joined Fleis & VandenBrink, Indianapolis office, as a project/marketing

Ryan Pettit has joined Chase as a loan officer at a Fishers branch.

Ann W. McIver, Environmental Stewardship, has joined the Volunteers of America board development

Sarah Andrus and Jennifer Ashby Hansen have joined Easter Seals Crossroads
as employment services representatives.

Kim Baver has joined the West District Branch YMCA as associate executive director.

The Immigrant Welcome Center has named the following: Christopher Felts, Suzanne
and Rabbi Dennis Sasso to the board of directors.

Noble of Indiana has named the following new board members: Pat Hurrle, National Wine &
Spirits, and Jeffrey C. McDermott, Krieg DeVault.

Douglas W. Wilhite has joined Lee Companies as pre-engineered building manager.

Shawn Gibbons has joined Encore Health Network as the director of sales and marketing.

Patricia Fuller has joined Benefit Associates Inc. as senior renewal project manager. Helene
 has joined as an account executive.

Real Estate
Century 21 Scheetz has added the following real estate agents: Amy Howson; Carmel office:
Amber Krouse, Beth Schnepf-Saxen and Kristin Tomyn; and Greenwood office:
Bethany Oliver, Kevin Routsong, John Sturm
and Doug Thompson.

Indiana Sports Corp. has named the following new board members: Allison Melangton, Indianapolis
Super Bowl Host Committee; Michael Mohr, Union Savings Bank; Paul Okeson, Keystone Construction;
State Representative Greg Porter; Chuck Williams, Butler University; and Theresia

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