VOL. 115 | NO. 170 | Wednesday, October 10, 2001
Mike Streckert was promoted to a senior associate at Fleming Associates
Mike Streckert was promoted to a senior associate at
Fleming Associates Architects. He has
more than 15 years of experience in all areas of architectural practice.
Streckert earned his bachelors degree from Louisiana Tech University.
Mark Miller has joined Archer/Malmo as art director. Miller comes to the agency from the Rutland
Group in Memphis, where he served as art director for three years. Prior to his work at the Rutland Group,
Miller was a graphic designer for Memphis-based WM Barr.
Wesley Hall has joined Archer/Malmo as Web applications developer,
responsible for database-driven Web development. He is a member of the HTML Writers Guild and is a Microsoft
Certified Professional and Certified Internet Webmaster. Prior to joining Archer/Malmo, Hall worked
as a computer consultant.
E. Allen Eppinger, senior vice president for
nonwovens manufacturing at Buckeye Technologies Inc., announced his retirement
after 41 years with the company. Eppinger began his career with Buckeye after
receiving a degree from Georgia Tech University. Since 1997, Eppinger led the
manufacturing organization of Buckeye's nonwovens business. Most recently, he
led the design and construction of the world's largest nonwovens machine in
Elsie Ward, a sales associate with Crye-Leike, was
awarded the certified premier specialist designation, which signifies expertise
in marketing higher priced and estate properties in Memphis and Mississippi.
She is affiliated with the Quail Hollow branch.
Karen Hill, Shelby County school board member, was
elected to serve the Tennessee School Boards Association as a federal relations
network district coordinator. Hill will serve as a liaison for other school
board members in the Delta District. She will serve a one-year term.