VOL. 110 | NO. 26 | Wednesday, February 7, 1996
Robert Shaw has been named executive vice president of Enterprise National Bank. Shaw joined the bank more than three years ago and serves as its chief financial officer. He has a bachelors degree and a masters degree in accounting from the University of Mississippi.
John Hager, ASLA, has joined the Pickering Firm Inc. as a landscape architect. He has more than eight years of project experience in urban, commercial and recreational landscape architecture. Hager has a bachelors degree in landscape architecture from Iowa State University.
Dr. Todd Robinson has joined the internal medicine staff of Health First Medical Group. Robinson completed medical school at the University of Tennessee-Memphis, where he did his internship and residency in internal medicine. He also has completed a fellowship in endocrinology.
Federal Express Corp. has announced the promotions of three members of its senior management team to executive vice president positions.
Theodore L. Weise was promoted to executive vice president of worldwide operations. Weise has served in several senior management positions during his 23-year career with the company, most recently as senior vice president of air operations.
Alan B. Graf Jr. was promoted to executive vice president and chief financial officer. He has been with the company for 16 years and has served as the companys chief financial officer since 1991.
Kenneth R. Masterson was promoted to executive vice president and general counsel. He joined the company in 1980.
Sheryl H. Lipman has joined the Memphis Race Relations and Diversity Institute, a division of Goals for Memphis, as the director of programs. Before joining the institute, Lipman was an attorney with Wyatt, Tarrant & Combs. She is a graduate of the University of Michigan and New York University School of Law.
Terence Coutinho has been named southwestern U.S. account manager for Buckman Laboratories. Coutinho most recently worked for four years in Buckman Asia. He has a bachelor of science degree in chemical engineering from West Virginia University and a masters degree in chemical engineering from Louisiana State University.
Chip Marcrum has been named corporate account manager for Temporary Housing Experts. He was formerly a fund-raising associate with United Way of the Mid-South.
Ann Pugh has been elected president of the Womens Leadership Council of the University of Memphis Alumni Association. Pugh is a 1975 graduate of the Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law and a judge on the Shelby County General Sessions Court. Other officers include vice president Patti Yeiser, owner and president of Yeiser Training for the Financial Industry, and secretary/treasurer Nancy McKinnie, a senior vice president at First Tennessee Bank.
Carolyn J. Dickens has been elected president of the Young Alumni Council at the University of Memphis. A 1989 graduate, Dickens is operations coordinator at Methodist Hospitals Foundation. Co-vice presidents are Ted A. Showalter Jr., a certified public accountant with Uiberall, Leib, Blockman and Perry, and Randy Simpson, director of information systems with RFS Inc. Secretary/treasurer Rebecca J. Crone is an accounts payable clerk for Guardsmark Inc.
Walter Banks has been named to the board of directors for the Goodwill Boys Club of Memphis. Banks is director of human resources for Trinity HealthCare Services.
Nell Dickerson has joined Askew Nixon Ferguson Architects Inc. as a project manager. Dickerson formerly worked for Yates Hogan Architects in Santa Fe, N.M., and for the Ramah Navajo Chapter in Ramah, N.M. She received her masters degree in architecture from the University of New Mexico.
Sidney B. Daniel and John A. Keys have recently been appointed local board members of the Selective Service System.
Annette Liles has been named assistant administrator at Methodist Hospital-Germantown. Previously, she was director of nursing at Methodist Hospital-Central.
ETI Corp. has announced the addition of two staff members.
Janet Smith has joined ETI as marketing coordinator for the land development department. She most recently served as executive secretary for another Memphis-based architecture and engineering firm.
Paul L. Davenport Jr. has joined ETI has a civil engineer. He most recently worked as a civil engineer specializing in transportation systems. He received his bachelors degree from the University of Memphis.
Authur S. Holmon, associate dean of students for minority affairs at the University of Memphis, has received the universitys Black Student Associations 1996 Lifetime Achievement Award.
Jimmie Jones, a truck driver for M.S. Carriers, has been named to the 1996 Americas Road Team, a national safety program sponsored by the American Trucking Association. Jones, who will be one of 12 Road Team Captains from around the nation, has been a professional truck driver for 26 years.