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VOL. 110 | NO. 120 | Wednesday, June 19, 1996

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Baker, Donelson, Bearman & Caldwell has announced two new shareholders: Robert A. Cates has been elected president-elect of the Tennessee Society of Hospital Pharmacists. He currently is director of pharmaceutical operations at Nova Factor and formerly served 18 years with Methodist Health Care System. Jo Meadows, senior administrative secretary to the managing director of FedEx Worldwide Customer Service Strategic Planning and Training, has been named 1996 Secretary of the Year. Charlotte E. Doyle, a personnel recruiter at Arlington Developmental Center, has been elected president of the Memphis chapter of Professional Secretaries International for the 1996-1997 term. Other officers are Jane Bratton, president-elect; Janice Toshach, vice president; Diane Deming, recording secretary; JoAnna Haines, corresponding secretary; and Wendy Sherman, treasurer. Directors include Joyce Banton, Patricia Dhority and Trudy Noyes. Brenda Antwine was named administrator and chief operating officer of HealthSouth Rehabilitation Hospital of Memphis. Previously, she was assistant administrator of clinical services at HealthSouth. KIX Broadcasting and KOOL Broadcasting have announced several additions to the KIX 106 and Star 98 staff: Angie Todd has joined KIX 106 as marketing and promotions director. She formerly was assistant promotion director at FM 100 and News/Talk 790 WMC. Todd has a bachelors degree from the University of Memphis. Brad Abel has joined KIX 106 and Star 98 as copywriter and continuity director. He formerly was a copywriter at Morris Advertising. Abel is a graduate of the University of Missouri. Lyla Vinzant is a new account executive for Mailbox Buster Publishing, a division of KIX Broadcasting. She is a graduate of Mississippi State University and formerly was in advertising sales at the Vicksburg (Miss.) Post. Memphis Mayor W. W. Herenton has announced several staff appointments: Gwen Harmon was named chief of staff. Harmon served as an assistant to the late commerce secretary Ron Brown and served as a media advance person for the White House. Barry Gildea has been named manager of the office of communications. Ken Moody has been named manager of the office of community affairs. Phyllis Ranger has been named manager of the office of youth services. Lois Williams has been named clerk administrator for the civilian law review office. Theodore L. Weise, Federal Express Corp. executive vice president, recently was elected to the Junior Achievement International Board of Directors. Weise has served on the Junior Achievement of Greater Memphis board of directors for 16 years and on the Junior Achievement national board of directors for five years. J. Wesley Grace has been named president of Brookfield Grace Inc., a private investment banking firm. Grace received a masters degree in business administration from Tulane University and holds Series 7, 24 and 28 securities licenses. Annelle Huggins was elected vice president and president-elect 1996-97 for the Tennessee Library Association. Huggins, who is associate director of libraries and an assistant professor at the University of Memphis, will take office July 1. William M. Locante, a Memphis general dentist, was certified by the American Board of Oral Implantology/Implant Dentistry as a diplomat of the board.
PROPERTY SALES 124 481 17,865
MORTGAGES 127 530 20,565
BUILDING PERMITS 195 891 36,836
BANKRUPTCIES 52 262 11,426