VOL. 110 | NO. 162 | Wednesday, August 21, 1996
Chuck Freedman, chief operating officer for Kelman-Lazarov, has been elected president of the Memphis chapter of the Institute of Management Accountants. Other officers include Larry Crowder, president elect and vice president of administration; Phyllis F
Deborah Hegarty has joined the Sutherland Clinic as a marketing and research assistant. She previously was with Waring Cox PLC.
Chuck Freedman, chief operating officer for Kelman-Lazarov, has been elected president of the Memphis chapter of the Institute of Management Accountants. Other officers include Larry Crowder, president elect and vice president of administration; Phyllis Fickling, vice president of communications; Renee Bedwell, vice president of education; Melody Vollman, vice president of membership; Gail James, secretary; and Marc Klein, treasurer.
Sossaman Bateman McCuddy Advertising has announced several additions to its staff:
Linda Corti has been named senior art director at Sossaman Bateman. She formerly was creative director at Ducks Unlimited Inc. She is a graduate of Michigan State University.
Robert L. B. Hoerter has been named account manager at Sossaman Bateman. He formerly was marketing coordinator at Southern Stores Inc. He is a graduate of the University of Memphis.
Thompson & Co. has announced several promotions and additions to its staff:
Ellen Ginsburg has been promoted to senior media buyer. She joined Thompson & Co. in 1985, when she came to the agency from working as an assistant buyer for Archer/Malmo.
Dee Bartlett has been promoted to senior media buyer. Bartlett has served the agency as a media buyer since 1994. Before joining Thompson & Co., she worked at Media Headquarters Inc.
Cynthia Hazell has been promoted to media buyer. Hazell came to the agency last year from Ogilvy & Mather Direct Response Inc. in New York.
Mack V. Miner has joined Thompson & Co. as director of client services-consumer. Miner has 26 years of experience in advertising and marketing. He served as vice president/management supervisor for 10 years at Rockett, Burkhead, Lewis & Winslow in Raleigh, N.C., prior to joining Thompson & Co. He is a graduate of the University of Denver.
Al Motlow Jr. will serve as the chair of the 1996-1997 Memphis City Beautiful Commission. New commissioners include David R. Boyd of Dbos Buffalo Wings N Things, Darrell Byrd of Byrd Management Group, Harmon C. Dunathan of LeMoyne Owen College, Cyndy Grivich of WMC-TV; Maggie Lee and Marilyn Simmons of Memphis City Schools, attorney Brian S. Miller, Thomas F. OBrien, Dan Reimers of Browning Ferris Industries, Gary Thompson of Boyle Investment, Sonya Walton of Host Marriott, Mary Wilder of Vollintine Evergreen Community Association and Ann Willis of United Methodist Leggett Center.
Gene Bailey has joined Fisher & Arnold Inc. as manager of environmental engineering. He has more than 10 years of environmental and health and safety experience. Bailey received a bachelors degree from Christian Brothers University.
Thomas P. Dorian has received Northwestern Mutual Lifes Top 100 award for being one of the companys 100 best sales performers for the year ended May 31. Steven Ernest Spiro and Burr Hughes III received the companys Diamond award for sales in excess of $10 million, and S. Greg Vaughn and Roderic W. Parker received the Emerald award for sales of more than $7 million for the year.
Cato Johnson has been appointed co-chairman of Gov. Don Sundquists TennCare Operations Roundtable, which enables members of the health care community to contribute input on TennCare. Johnson is senior vice president of corporate affairs for Methodist Health Systems.
Dr. Felisia Williams has joined Health First Medical Groups internal medicine department. Williams attended the University of Tennessee-Memphis medical school and completed her residency there.