VOL. 112 | NO. 137 | Wednesday, August 5, 1998
SCB Computer names officer
Jeffrey Cobb has been named chief operating officer and Michael Hirschey named executive vice president of outsourcing and enterprise resource planning services at SCB Computer Technology Inc. Cobb joined SCB in 1983 and served most recently as executive vice president of operations. Hirschey joined SCB in 1997 and formerly served as chief operating officer of the companys Partners Group.
Gregg Rezabek has joined Chandler, Ehrlich & Co. as an account group manager. He formerly worked with Detroit-based Ross Roy Communications.
J. Maxwell Williams has been selected general counsel for Memphis Light, Gas and Water Division. Williams formerly served as chief group counsel and assistant secretary for W.R. Grace & Co. He received a law degree from the University of Florida and is a graduate of Vanderbilt University.
Julio Trefz has been promoted to direct sales manager for Powertel PCS in Jackson, Tenn. Trefz was most recently an account executive in the companys Memphis market.
Askew Nixon Ferguson Architects Inc. has announced four new principals to the firm.
Rebecca R. Conrad joined the firm in 1989 and has managed projects for Schering-Plough, USAir, Sams Town and Christian Brothers University. She is a graduate of Auburn University.
Scott F. Dicus joined the firm in 1988 and has managed projects for FedEx, AT&T, Cablevision and the Memphis-Shelby County Health Department. He is a graduate of the University of Arkansas.
H. Dan Garrigan joined ANFA in 1989 and has managed projects for Dobbs International Services, Sharp Manufacturing and Schering-Plough. He is a graduate of the University of Tennessee.
Joseph P. Wieronski joined the company in 1984 and has managed projects for FedEx, International Paper, Wal-Mart and Computer Services Inc.
Arnetta S. Macklin has joined the Metropolitan Inter-Faith Association as director of child and youth development. She previously was program coordinator for the community development section of the Tennessee Department of Youth. She has bachelors and masters degrees from the University of Memphis.
OConnor Kenny Partners has announced nine new employees.
Jenifer Barron has joined the company as public relations coordinator. She formerly worked for the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and is a graduate of the University of Memphis.
Justice Carmon has joined the company as Web site designer/developer. He has worked as an art director with IDEX Inc. and as a freelance Web site designer and animator.
Daphne Cole has joined the agency as a media buying assistant. She previously was a substitute teacher. Cole is a graduate of the University of Tennessee.
Marilyn Harris has joined the company as a receptionist. She formerly worked with a messenger and paging service.
Denise Hussein has joined the company as direct marketing manager. She formerly was vice president of direct marketing with the Godwin Group in Jackson, Miss.
Tina Insco has joined the agency as production/traffic manager. She formerly worked for other advertising and printing companies.
Sandra Jones has joined the company as accounts payable coordinator. She formerly worked for Mobile Process Technology.
Sharon Kyser has joined the company as account manager. She formerly worked as a field administrator with Bozell Worldwide.
Diana Magnini Smith has joined the agency as senior Internet project manager. She is a former independent Internet consultant and was communications manager with Entergy Integrated Solutions.
Ian McFadden has been named chief operating officer for The Med. He formerly was vice president of hospital services for West Tennessee Healthcare Inc. He has masters degrees from the University of Memphis and the University of Alabama.
Kevin R. Carreathers has been named associate dean of students for minority affairs at the University of Memphis. Carreathers has been director of the Department of Multicultural Services at Texas A&M University since 1989. He has a masters degree from Prairie View A&M University.
Dr. Blaine A. Brownell has been appointed executive director of the Center for International Programs and Service at the University of Memphis. Brownell has been provost and vice president for academic affairs at the University of North Texas. He has a doctorate from the University of North Carolina.
Galyon Booker, senior vice president for the National Cotton Council; Carolyn Cowans, president of the Parent Arlington Development Center; and Andy Fox, president of Fox, Edwards and Co. have been appointed to the state Mental Health/Mental Retardation Revision Commission.