VOL. 113 | NO. 185 | Wednesday, September 29, 1999
Edward A. Labry III, president and board member for Concord EFS Inc. and its subsidiary EFS National Bank, has been elected to the board of directors of M.S. Carriers Inc.
Trammell Crow Co. has announced several additions to its staff.
Ray Abraham has joined the company as a marketing representative in the Office Leasing Division. Abraham was previously employed by Mark VII Transportation Co. Inc. He is a graduate of Mississippi State University.
Garner Falls has joined the company as an associate in the Brokerage Services Group. Falls was previously a managing partner for Greenfield Corp. He is a graduate of Southern Methodist University.
Deonna Hubbard has joined the company as a property manager. Hubbard was previously employed by The Edwin L. Cox Co. in Dallas. She is a graduate of Austin College.
Steve Thillen has joined Crye-Leike Relocation Services as manager of corporate accounts. He is a graduate of the University of Memphis.
Lisa Ortega has been named education specialist for the Childrens Museum of Memphis. She has a masters degree from Memphis College of Art and a bachelors degree from the University of Puerto Rico.
Bradley Russell has been named membership and development assistant for the Childrens Museum of Memphis. He formerly was membership coordinator for the Memphis Museum System.
Granville Taylor, a principal in Taylor Gardner Architects Inc., has been appointed by Gov. Don Sundquist to the Tennessee Board of Architectural and Engineering Examiners.
Suzanne Mineck has joined the Marketing and Advancement Division at the University of Memphis a director of planned giving. Mineck formerly was assistant director of planned and major giving for the University of Iowa Foundation. She is a graduate of Luther College.
Christine Sturm Kirk has joined the Marketing and Advancement Division at the University of Memphis as college development director. She formerly was director of development for the Baptist Home for Children and Families in Bethesda, Md. Kirk has a masters degree from American University and bachelors degree from Messiah College.
Steven J. Ross, professor of communication at the University of Memphis, is the 1999 recipient of the Communicator of the Year Award sponsored by the Tennessee Speech Communication Association.
Barbara Kritchevsky and Irma S. Russell, members of the law faculty at the University of Memphis, have been named Cecil C. Humphreys Professors on the basis of their scholarship and contributions to the legal profession and the U of M.
Folks Folly Prime Steak House recently received Wine Spectator magazines 1999 Award of Excellence.
Thomas & Betts Corp. was named Supplier of the Year by Affiliated Distributors during its annual meeting in Dallas.
The Mid-South Independent Electrical Contractors Association was recognized by the National Association of Independent Electrical Contractors with its 1999 Best Overall Chapter Program, Best Trade Show and Best Chapter Newsletter awards.
Donna Wadford, executive director of Mid-South Independent Electrical Contractors Association, was named 1999 Executive Director of the Year by the National Association of Independent Electrical Contractors.
Re/Max of Kentucky/Tennessee announced the top office sales associates for July and August: Jeanette Bowden, Re/Max Alpha; Thomas Marchbanks Re/Max Elite; Ken Blades and T.C. Haynes, Re/Max Group; Joyce Chasteen, Re/Max On Track; Debbie Barron and Pam Chandler, Re/Max Preferred Realtors; and Futrell Redditt and Nedra Redditt, Re/Max Ready Team.
Lillie Hearron-Buehler has joined Re/Max Elite, and Karolyn Richie has joined Re/Max On Track.
Bruce Miller has been named Ducks Unlimiteds 1999 International Artist of the Year.