VOL. 116 | NO. 95 | Wednesday, May 15, 2002
Dan Robinson was promoted to branch coordinator at Memphis Area Teachers Credit Union
Dan Robinson was promoted to branch coordinator at Memphis Area Teachers Credit Union. During the past three years, he served as branch director at MATCUs Southaven, Miss., and Parkway Village locations. Before joining MATCU, Robinson was a branch manager with First Money Center, a division of First Tennessee.
Marv Skoronski was promoted to chief operating officer of VP Buildings. He was senior vice president. He has been with the company for five years. In addition, Ross Braithwait was named vice president of sales and Rick Brow was promoted to vice president of marketing. Braithwait, who has been with the firm for 16 years, was director of corporate accounts and divisional sales manager. Brow was director of marketing for VPs metal buildings division.
Allison Rodgers joined archer>malmo as art director. She comes to the firm from Sossaman and Associates, where she had served as art director.
Tina Insco joined archer>malmo as production manager. Insco comes to the agency from the Downtowner magazine, where she served as production manager. She has 15 years experience in production and sales, including work for Insco Printing, Signet Inc., Pinnacle Press, B&M Printing Co. and Memphis Engraving Co.
Jill Roberts joined archer>malmo public relations team as account coordinator. Prior to moving to Memphis last year, Roberts worked for the Corsi Group, an advertising agency in the Silicon Valley of California.
Lesley Gudehus was named internal communications manager for the Baptist Memorial Health Care. Gudehus joined Baptist in 2001 as publications manager. She previously served as the communications director for the FedEx Pilots Association. She received her bachelors degree from Fairleigh Dickinson University.
John W. "Jack" Moses, principal with Carruthers and Moses Insurance, is expanding his role in the West Tennessee investment and insurance arena through a new partnership with the Bank of Ripley. Moses and the bank have purchased the former Pipkin Insurance Co. of Ripley, which now is operating as the jointly owned CAC Financial Partners LLC. Moses, who has more than 18 years experience in the investment and insurance business, is the managing partner for CAC.
Lisa Barnett, Ann Bishop, Gwen Falkner, Nan Kelley, Chuck Kolesar and Aline Thompson became certified hospice and palliative nurses. All work for Methodist Alliance Healthcare. Nurses must have a minimum of two years experience before they can take the exam to receive this certification. All of the newly certified nurses have been with hospice at least five years and some as many as 15.
Tarasha R. Payne was promoted Rhea & Ivy to audit level II.