VOL. 113 | NO. 177 | Wednesday, September 15, 1999
Mark Askew, principal-in-charge of Askew Hargraves Harcourt & Associates LLC, recently was installed as second vice president of the Consulting Engineers of Tennessee for 1999-2000
Mark Askew, principal-in-charge of Askew Hargraves Harcourt & Associates LLC, recently was installed as second vice president of the Consulting Engineers of Tennessee for 1999-2000.
Askew Hargraves Harcourt & Associates has announced the following:
Robert B. Paullus Jr. has been named structural project engineer. He has 15 years experience in structural design and construction of industrial and commercial projects.
Tim Gibson has been named civil project engineer. He has eight years experience in the civil engineering design of transportation and industrial projects and is a graduate of Christian Brothers University.
Sebastrian S. Morris has been named surveying computer-aided design technician. He is a graduate of Murray State University.
Pickering Inc. has announced the following:
Keith Schnadelbach has joined Pickering as a registered landscape architect. He has bachelors degrees from the University of Memphis and Louisiana State University.
Lillie M. Dorsey has joined Pickerings accounting department as an accounts payable specialist. She has more than 10 years experience in accounting.
Darek Baskin has completed the requirements for his professional engineering registration.
Tom Schuberth as been selected as Christian Brothers Universitys mens basketball coach. He most recently was assistant basketball coach at Southeast Missouri State University and formerly was assistant basketball coach at the University of Memphis.
Rita Clark, Shelby County property assessor, was recognized as Member of the Year by the Tennessee chapter of the International Association of Assessing Officers.
Col. Robert J. Williamson has been named Army Reserve Chief of Staff of the 81st Regional Support Command in Birmingham, Ala. Williamson, an environmental protection specialist at the Naval Support Activity in Millington, was the former group commander of the 926th Engineer Group in Montgomery, Ala.
Dr. Sidney J. McKay, professor of music and director of bands at the University of Memphis, has been selected to represent the United States at The Easter in Maastricht Festival in the Netherlands.
Christy F. Batts has joined the Nashville office of Baker, Donelson, Bearman & Caldwell as of counsel. She concentrates her practice in health law, particularly in health care compliance. She formerly was general counsel for Quorum Health Group. She received her law degree from Samford University and an undergraduate degree from the University of Tennessee.
Memphis Light, Gas & Water was selected as one of 1998s top 10 utility companies by Site Selection magazine based on its economic development efforts.
First Tennessee Bank and Bank of America have been named to the national list of the 10 Best Companies for Working Mothers by Working Mother magazine.