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VOL. 111 | NO. 163 | Wednesday, September 3, 1997

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Lisa Sanford has been named assistant vice president of executive banking for Enterprise National Bank at its Poplar/Ridgeway location Lisa Sanford has been named assistant vice president of executive banking for Enterprise National Bank at its Poplar/Ridgeway location. Sanford has been in banking for 11 years, most recently as manager of the Poplar/Ridgeway location of First American. Whit Agee has been named manager and vice president of Enterprise Mortgage Co. Agee has 13 years experience in the mortgage lending field and is a graduate of Mississippi State University. Steve Nicholl is joining WSRR-FM/STAR 98 as the stations program director. He formerly was president of ZOT Radio Consulting and program director for WIOD-610 in Miami. Walker & Associates has announced several promotions and new employees: Amy Bachemin has been promoted to traffic manager. She formerly was account coordinator. Bachemin is a graduate of the University of Alabama. Veronica Fredrick has been promoted from media assistant to marketing account coordinator. She is a graduate of Arkansas State University. Jerald H. Heschel is the new director of the Internal Revenue Services Memphis Service Center. He formerly was director of support services in the IRS western region. He has an undergraduate degree from Ashland University and a masters degree from Syracuse University. Estelle R. Tunley is the new assistant director at the Memphis Service Center. She formerly served as assistant director of the Austin Service Center.   Brenda Dorsey, owner of Memphis Promotions, has been appointed by Gov. Don Sundquist to serve on the Tennessee Judicial Council. Nevlynn Johnson has been named area director of Young Life Memphis Urban. He received a masters of divinity from Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and an undergraduate degree from Wayland Baptist University. David H. Whitcomb of Buckeye Cellulose Corp. has been elected president and director of the Memphis chapter of Financial Executive Institute. Other officers include Julie M. Douglas of Longleaf Partners Fund, vice president-programs and director; Edwin S. Roberson of Conwood Co., vice president-membership and director; certified public accountant Gayle L. Powelson, treasurer and director; James B. Wiertelak of Sedgwick James Inc., secretary and director; Stephen J. King of Back Yard Burgers Inc., director-hospitality; J. Mark Merrill of Sofamor Danek Group Inc., director-nominating; Judy A. Ramage of Christian Brothers University, director-professional development; Mike A. Wood of EnSafe Inc., director-arrangements; and Dan Shea of Property Tax Management Inc., chairman-academic relations. Joe Webb, vice president of Methodist Health Systems, has been elected president of the Memphis chapter of the National Association of Health Service Executives. Other officers include president elect Allan Ball, director and chief executive officer of Memphis Health Center; secretary Cecelia Sawyer, administrator at Methodist Hospital-South; treasurer Troy Vaughan Jr., employee relations manager at UT Center for the Health Sciences; and members at large Rhonda Gillespie, human resources director at Midtown Mental Health Center, and Morristein Holman, chief operating officer at Memphis Health Center. Ballet Memphis has announced four new dancers have joined its roster: Christy Corbitt, who has danced with Ballet Dallas and the Atlanta Ballet; Dawn Fay, who has danced with the Royal Ballet of Flanders, the Miami City Ballet and the Oklahoma City Ballet; Joseph Jefferies, who has danced with Ballet Arizona; and Amy Price, who has danced with the Joffrey II Concert Dancers.

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