VOL. 109 | NO. 49 | Wednesday, December 13, 1995
Jeri L. Ashley has been named staff development coordinator for Trinity Hospice. Ashley has a master of science degree in nursing from the University of Tennessee-Memphis and a bachelor of science degree in nursing from Murray State University. She also is an oncology certified nurse.
Dr. Gene Combest has joined Health First Medical Group as acute care director. He received his medical degree from the University of Mississippi and has served as medical director of emergency room and acute care at Millington Naval Air Station, medical director for LeBonheur and assistant professor at the University of Tennessee-Memphis.
Robb Roaten has joined the staff of Clark Tower Executive Suites Inc. as a desktop publisher. Roaten received his bachelor of fine arts degree from the University of Memphis and previously served as a project manager for Mid-South Graphics Systems. Sue Zizmann and Christy Fountain also joined the staff.
Youth Villages has appointed three new board members. They include David Porter, owner of David Porter Enterprises Inc.; Diane Vescovo, a U.S. magistrate judge; and Tom Watson, president of Armstrong Relocation.
Ten new members have joined the board of the Arthritis Foundation of West Tennessee. They include Bob Benham of Benham and Leake; Diane Hampton of WREG-FM; Perrin Hunter, a juvenile arthritis support group leader; Lea Ann Kelley of Healthsouth Rehabilitation Hospital; Rob Mize of Fox 13; Kelly OConnor of Boatmens National Mortgage; Paul Robinson of Cayman Express; Chuck Spohn of WPTY-TV; Helen Watson of Memphis City Schools; and Carol White of The Thompsons Co.
Frank T. Tobey III, the resident manager of the Memphis Area Transit Authority, recently was elected president of the Tennessee Public Transit Association. Tobey is a 20-year veteran of the industry and is employed by ATE Management and Service Co.
John Moore, regional vice president of Northwest Airlines, has been named to the newly reinstated Tennessee Tourism Dialogue Committee, which meets twice yearly to advise the state tourist development department.