VOL. 113 | NO. 128 | Wednesday, July 7, 1999
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Avron B. Fogelman, founder of the Avron B. Fogelman Scholars Program, which provides college scholarships to graduates of local public schools, received the Tennessee Education Associations E. Harper Johnson Award.
Virginia Chilton has joined Archer/Malmos Media Partners as media director. She formerly was associate media director for Walker & Associates. Chilton is a graduate of Tennessee Tech University.
Melissa Webb has joined Archer/Malmos Media Partners as media buyer. She formerly was media planner and buyer with WBT Media. where she served as media planner and buyer. Webb is a graduate of Rhodes College.
Kevin Schon and Peter T. Montgomery have joined Archer/Malmo Advertising as account coordinators. Schon formerly was traffic/production assistant for Thompson & Co. He is a graduate of the University of Memphis. Montgomery formerly was an advertising intern for Archer/Malmo. He is a graduate of Rhodes College.
Susan Ewing has joined Thompson & Co. as an account executive. She formerly was account executive for the Rutland Group. She has a masters degree from the University of Memphis.
Cindy Ferguson has been promoted to assistant to the president of Thompson & Co. She formerly was an administrative assistant.
Brandon McNeil has been promoted to account executive for Thompson & Co. He formerly was an account coordinator. He is a graduate of the University of Memphis.
Richard E. Duerr Jr., counsel to the law firm of Waring Cox, has been elected to the board of directors of the Society of International Business Fellows.
Price D. Ford, director/brokerage services group for Trammell Crow Co. has been awarded the Certified Commercial Investment Member designation by the Commercial Investment Real Estate Institute.
Dr. Nathan L. Essex, dean of the University of Memphis College of Education, has been selected to head the transition process that will transform Shelby State Community College and State Technical Institute into a new comprehensive community college.
Dr. Reginald A. Dalle, chairman of the foreign language department at Memphis University School, received its Distinguished Teacher Award.
Norman S. Thompson, a Memphis University School English instructor, was named the schools first L. Edwin Eleazer III Chair of Excellence in Teaching.
Mary Nell Easum, registrar at the Memphis University School, received its first Jean Barbee Hale Award for Outstanding Service.
Larry Bunch, vice president of strategic sourcing and procurement for Harrahs Entertainment Inc., and Kathy Wade-Yacoubian, corporate director of human resources development for Harrahs, received the companys Corporate Excellence Award.
State Rep. Henri E. Brooks has been named Legislator of the Year by the National Black Chamber of Commerce.
Charlotte Doyle, professional staff recruiter/personnel manager for Arlington Development Center, was installed as president-elect of the Tennessee Division of the International Association of Administrative Professionals. Jane Bratton, executive administrative assistant for Smith & Nephew Inc., was appointed director, and Janice Toschach, administrative coordinator for
SouthTrust Bank, was appointed co-director of CPS Service.
Herman Morris, president and chief executive officer of Memphis Light, Gas & Water, was named Executive Father of the Year by the Salute to Fatherhood organization.
Roland McElrath, finance director for the city of Memphis, received an Award of Financial Reporting Achievement from the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada. The city of Memphis received a Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting.
Mark VII Transportation was named 1998 Intermodal Carrier of the Year by SC Johnson Wax.