VOL. 117 | NO. 132 | Wednesday, July 9, 2003
Michael Frederick was appointed director of radiology at Methodist
Michael Frederick was appointed director of radiology
at Methodist South Hospital. He previously was the administrative director of
radiology at Edinburg Regional Medical Center in Texas. Frederick earned an
associate of applied sciences degree from St. Philips College.
Aggie Alexander joined the American Cancer Society as
executive director of the Memphis office. Previously, Alexander worked at St.
Jude Childrens Research Hospital. She earned a bachelors degree from the
University of Delaware.
Melissa Reddoch and Meg Gearhardt were in the
top five sales associates for spring at Just Ducky Originals, a custom
childrens clothing manufacturer.
Gary Byars joined HMI Electric, a division of Heavy
Machines Inc., as sales and marketing manager. Byars will be responsible for
the wide geographic area serviced by the HMI Electric facility. He has over 20
years experience in the industry.
Michael Sciara joined Bank of America as a vice
president and financial adviser from Merrill Lynch, where he was a financial adviser.
He previously worked as a fixed income broker with Paine Webber, Morgan Keegan
and National Bank of Commerce. He attended Christian Brothers University. H.
Gordon Thompson also joined Bank of America as a vice president and
financial adviser. Thompson previously worked at Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Finner
& Smith as a financial adviser. He earned a bachelors degree from the
University of Mississippi.
Thaler Cassibry joined Carpenter/Sullivan
advertising, marketing and public relations firm as an account coordinator.
Most recently, Cassibry was a project manager for Good Show LLC, where she
worked on exhibits in Hot Springs, Ark., and Tunica, Miss. She earned a
bachelors degree from Rhodes College.
Dr. E. Greer Richardson was re-elected to the board
of the American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society. He served as the groups
president in 2002-2003. Richardson is a professor in the department of
orthopedic surgery at the University of Tennessee Campbell Clinic College of Medicine
and assistant editor of Foot and Ankle International, the societys official
Courtney Liebenrood was promoted to senior public
relations manager at Baptist Memorial Health Care Corp. Most recently,
Liebenrood served as a public relations manager. She earned a bachelors degree
from the University of Memphis.
Kim Hall, Enterprise National Bank treasury solutions
vice president, is the 2003 Enterprise National Bank Founders Award winner. The
award honors an employee who demonstrates leadership, professionalism,
integrity and civic involvement.
Dr. Richard D. Drewry Jr. was appointed chief medical
officer for Baptist Memorial Health Care Corp. He will act as liaison with the
University of Tennessee. He earned a medical degree from the University of
Tennessee College of Medicine. He is a professor of ophthalmology at UT and
serves as the vice chair of the UT department of ophthalmology.
Herman Cannon was appointed director of guest and
hospitality services at Waverly Gardens, a senior living community. Since March
2002, Cannon had worked in the companys foodservice operations. Cannon owns Just
Fix It barbershop in South Memphis.
Cynthia Patterson was appointed director of resident
and community relations at Waverly Gardens. Patterson joined the company in
June 2002 as a community marketing specialist. Previously, she worked for two
other home health care firms in executive marketing positions. She earned a
bachelors degree from the University of Tennessee.
Teresa Golden was appointed corporate director of
nursing business affairs for Methodist Healthcare. Most recently, she served as
administrative director of nursing at Methodist North Hospital. She graduated
from the Methodist School of Nursing, earned a bachelors degree at the University
of St. Francis and a masters in nursing administration from the University of
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