People in the news – April 28, 2014

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Tracy N. Betz has been named to the board of directors for Child Advocates.

Erin Widdicombe has joined Indiana Youth Institute as a program associate for college and career counseling.

The Ronald McDonald House of Indiana has named the following officers: Curt Hidde, Barnes & Thornburg LLP, president; David Peterson, Ermco Inc., vice president; Alicia Schulhof, Indiana University Health, secretary; Kurt Beier, Blue & Co. LLC, treasurer; and Brian Brunner, CenterPoint Wealth Management LLC, executive committee at-large. New board members are James Nickens, InSource Inc.; and Russ Willliams, Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health.

Adan H. Diaz has joined 20/20 Financial Advisers LLC as a managing partner. Candra Voit has joined as administrative assistant. Beth Saxen has been promoted to manager, client services and operations.

Gary Hegeman has joined OfficeWorks as chief operating officer. Cara Gaines has joined as a designer, and Suzanne Mayberry and Rita Riddle have joined the sales support team.

Trenton Hahn has been promoted to vice president of Bose Public Affairs Group. Ahmed Young has joined as second vice president.

Megan Neyer has been promoted to convention coordinator at Markey’s Rental & Staging.

Maryellen Keen has been named lifestyles director for The Barrington of Carmel.

Apparatus has added the following technical associates: Russell Sellmeyer, Matt Heckard and Matt Spangle.

Mark Smith has joined Tech Electronics of Indiana as electrical contractor sales account manager. Mathew Spears has joined as lead technician, CCTV Systems, Access Control Systems and IP Video Surveillance Systems.•

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