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VOL. 110 | NO. 211 | Wednesday, October 30, 1996

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Thompson & Co. has announced two promotions and two new employees: Thompson & Co. has announced two promotions and two new employees: Brooke Duncan was promoted to advertising and public relations account supervisor. He joined the company as an account executive two years ago. He is a graduate of the University of Memphis. Miriam Deitcher was promoted to advertising account supervisor. She joined the company two years ago as an account executive. Deitcher has a bachelors degree from Northwestern University and a masters degree from Washington University. Nikii Berry has joined the firm as traffic manager. She formerly was traffic manager at Broderick/Bates Advertising. Berry is a graduate of the University of South Carolina. Meredith Chiles Dolhare has joined the companys public relations division as an account coordinator. Dolhare is a recent graduate of Vanderbilt University. Mayor W. W. Herenton has been inducted into the 1996 National Black College Alumni Hall of Fame Foundation. Herenton, who is being recognized for his leadership in government, is one of 11 being named to the foundation. Methodist Health Systems has announced several promotions: Jessica Murphy was promoted to director of patient access services. She previously was assistant director. Murphy received a bachelors degree from the University of Memphis. Charolette Johnson was promoted to director of North Mississippi operations for Methodist Community Health Care Inc. She previously was director of patient access services at Methodist Hospital Central. Dan Sykes was promoted to administrative director of ambulatory development for the organizations regional division. He formerly was director of Methodist Community Health Care Inc. Sarah Frinks has become Safe Place director and community relations director at Family Link. Project Safe Place is a community safety program designed to provide access to immediate help for youth in their own neighborhoods.

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