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VOL. 116 | NO. 55 | Wednesday, March 20, 2002

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Michael Erhardt was named the 2002 Enterprise National Bank Founders Award winner Michael Erhardt was named the 2002 Enterprise National Bank Founders Award winner. The annual award honors the Enterprise employee whose leadership, professionalism, integrity and civic involvement exemplify the mission of the bank and the vision of its founders. Erhardt, who has been with Enterprise eight years, is the controller for Enterprise National Bank and company manager for Enterprise Staff Solutions, a subsidiary of the bank. Enterprise National Bank announced the following promotions and addition. Hank Word was promoted to assistant vice president from network administrator. Shannon McDavid was promoted to banking officer from accountant. Jeff Gach joined the bank as a vice president in the commercial lending division. He has 10 years experience in the banking industry and relocated to Memphis from the Chicago area.   Barbara Wynne was named administrator for the new Campbell Surgery Center, scheduled to open in May at 1410 Brierbrook Road. Prior to this appointment, Wynne was nurse manager of compliance and education for the operating room, same day surgery, recovery room, surgical intensive care unit and the cath lab at Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare. She also managed the central sterilization area of 34 operating rooms. She received a nursing degree from Methodist School of Nursing and a bachelors degree at the College of St. Francis in Joliet, Ill. Methodist Healthcare named its Miracles in Motion award winners for the first quarter. Gladys Harris, manager of the outpatient clinic, and chaplains Bobby Baker and Jerry Norris all of whom work at Methodist Central Hospital, were given the awards for kindness and generosity shown during the holiday season. Associates at the outpatient clinic and chaplains went above and beyond the call of duty when they heard about a paralyzed, young mother of five. The children wanted bicycles and skates for Christmas. Harris, Baker and Norris heard about the childrens wishes and played Santa for the children. Methodist Healthcare-South Hospital chaplain Steven Miller was nominated for his efforts to comfort and console patients families on several occasions. Connie J. Brown was promoted to sales manager at Memphis Area Teachers Credit Union. During the past five years, she has served as operations manager and director of the Kate Bond branch. Before joining MATCU, Brown was branch coordinator for FAA Credit Union. Trina L. Jones joined Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare as strategic and executive communications adviser. She had served as Methodist Healthcare communications director and marketing manager. She earned a bachelors degree from Middle Tennessee State University and a masters degree from the University of Arkansas. Chelena L. Freeman was named supervisor of media and community relations at Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare. She was marketing project supervisor. Prior to joining Methodist, she served as assistant vice president and marketing manager for Tri-State Bank. She earned a bachelors degree from Southwest Missouri State University. Edward E. Belk Jr. was named civilian deputy district engineer for project management for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Memphis District. Prior to joining the Corps, he served with engineering consulting firms in Memphis and Little Rock, Ark. He earned bachelors and masters degrees from Christian Brothers University. Bob Boone was appointed director of student financial aid at the University of Memphis. A long-time U of M employee, he had served as associate director of financial aid. He earned a bachelors degree from the University of Oklahoma and a masters degree from the University of New Mexico.

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