VOL. 111 | NO. 225 | Wednesday, December 3, 1997
Dede Malmo has joined Re/Max Commercial and Industrial of Memphis and will handle commercial leasing and sales as well as property management
Dede Malmo has joined Re/Max Commercial and Industrial of Memphis and will handle commercial leasing and sales as well as property management. Malmo was the Memphis asset manager for JTS Interests of Baton Rouge, La., for the past four years.
William F. Hughes Jr. has joined the board of directors of Morgan Keegan Southern Capital Fund Inc. Hughes, a managing director of Morgan Keegan, serves as director of financial services and Morgan Asset Management Inc. He has a bachelors degree from Vanderbilt University and a masters degree from American College.
Beverly Robertson of Trust Marketing as been contracted by the National Civil Rights Museum as executive director. She has served as interim director for the past eight months.
Maxine Smith, a former Memphis City Schools commissioner, recently received the 1997 Richard R. Green Award for outstanding contributions to urban education.
Dr. David B. Pruitt, vice chairman of psychiatry and director of the division of child and adolescent psychiatry of the University of Tennessee-Memphis, was installed as president of the Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. Pruitt is the medical director for TLC Family Care Healthplan and division consultant in psychiatry at Le Bonheur Childrens Medical Center.
Joanne Rogers, casino controller for Hollywood Casino Hotel and RV Park, was elected to participate in Leadership DeSoto.
David M. Yawn, senior communications specialist at Federal Express, will be included in the 52nd edition of "Whos Who in America."
James H. Daughdrill Jr., president of Rhodes College, was inducted by Kappa Delta Epsilon as its National Honorary Member for 1997. The professional education fraternity also presented Daughdrill with its Award for Outstanding Service to Education.
Two State Technical Institute faculty members received awards at the Mississippi River and Gulf Region/American Technical Education Association conference:
Dr. Greg Maksi, chairman of State Techs industrial engineering technology department, received the Outstanding Technical Teacher Award.
Max Cutler, associate professor of computer engineering technology, received the Outstanding Service Award.
Joseph B. Kyles is recognized in Ebony magazines December issue as one of "30 Young Leaders of the Future." Kyles is president of the Tennessee Young Democrats, public relations director for the Young Democrats of America and an assistant professor of education at Shelby State Community College.