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VOL. 118 | NO. 58 | Wednesday, April 7, 2004

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YOUTH VILLAGES NAMES NEW BOARD MEMBER

UT Bowld Hires Transplant Services Director

Barry Marshall joined UT Bowld Hospital as administrative director of transplant services. Marshall previously worked with Health Alliance of Greater Cincinnati as administrator of transplant services and as a senior consultant for the Transplant Management Group.

 

James A. Parrish was named to Youth Villages board of directors. Parrish is executive managing director of Morgan Keegan & Co. and president of the firms private client group. He received a masters degree from the University of Kentucky.

 

Don P. Smith received the designation of senior real estate specialist from the Seniors Advantage Real Estate Council. Smith, who founded QualityLife Communities five years ago, previously was chief executive officer of Pickering Inc.

 

Louis R. Pounders of Williamson Pounders Architects was elected by the American Institute of Architects to the College of Fellows for Design. Pounders currently serves on the national AIA committee on design and chairs the AIA 25-Year Award nominating committee.

 

Harriet Burton received the designation of senior real estate specialist from the Seniors Advantage Real Estate Council. Burton, who has worked with QualityLife Communities for five years, previously worked in marketing at Pickering Inc.

 

Winners of the Memphis Area Association of Realtors Commercial Councils 2003 Pinnacle Awards include: Jack Belz of Belz Enterprises, 2003 Commercial Hall of Fame; Nick Clark of Clark & Clark, 2003 Commercial Broker of the Year; Philip Belz of Belz Enterprises, Legacy Award; John Lamberson of CB Richard Ellis, Broker of the Year-office sales; Ron Kastner of CB Richard Ellis, Broker of the Year-office leasing; Dan Wilkinson of Colliers Wilkinson & Snowden, Broker of the Year-industrial sales; Brad Kornegay of Trammell Crow Co., Broker of the Year-industrial leasing; Chris Caldwell of Hyneman Cos., Broker of the Year-retail; and Blake Pera of CB Richard Ellis, Broker of the Year-multifamily.

 

Robert J. Pinstein was elected president of the American College of Mortgage Attorneys. Pinstein is an attorney with Apperson, Crump & Maxwell PLC. He has been employed with the firm for eight years.

 

Laura Leigh Clark was named Memphis Area Arthritis Trainer of the Year by the Arthritis Foundation. Clark is an aquatic exercise instructor at Baptist Rehabilitation-Germantown.

 

Mindy Scholz joined Archer/Malmo Inc. as an account coordinator for the agencys Valent account. Scholz previously worked as associate account manager at Signature Advertising. She received a bachelors degree in journalism.

 

Kong Wee Pang was hired by Archer/Malmo Inc. as a full-time art intern. She earned a bachelors degree in graphic design from Memphis College of Art.

 

Candace Ashir was promoted to account manager of the Valent team at Archer/Malmo Inc. Ashir previously was account coordinator. She received a bachelors degree in communications from Boston College.

 

Jennifer Godwin was hired as a full-time digital artist by Archer/Malmo Inc. Godwin previously was a traffic intern with the agency. Godwin earned a bachelors degree from Western Kentucky University.

 

Lauren Sanderson was named Manager ACE of the Year 2003 for Grand Casino-Tunica by Caesars Entertainment. The ACES awards stand for Associates Celebrating Excellence in Service. Sanderson has worked for Grand for six years. She lives in Horn Lake, Miss.

 

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PROPERTY SALES 89 344 19,573
MORTGAGES 110 422 22,914
FORECLOSURE NOTICES 2 8,305 8,305
BUILDING PERMITS 207 838 40,029
BANKRUPTCIES 60 356 13,104
BUSINESS LICENSES 21 194 6,137
UTILITY CONNECTIONS 30 147 12,996
MARRIAGE LICENSES 15 65 4,842

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