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VOL. 118 | NO. 83 | Wednesday, May 12, 2004

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MEMPHIS AD-FED PRESENTS PYRAMID AWARDS

Memphis Symphony Orchestra Adds to Staff

Barbara Frederick joined the Memphis Symphony Orchestra as director of corporate sales. Frederick formerly was president of the Memphis Symphony League. She has a masters degree in public administration from the University of Memphis.

 

Ashley T. Hopper was named Memphis Symphony Orchestra box office manager. Hopper previously worked as ticket center coordinator for Ticketmaster. She received a bachelors degree in business administration from Crichton College.

 

Grand Casino Resort named Kevin Walls golf sales manager for Grand Casinos Cottonwoods Golf Course. Walls previously worked as a sales representative for Callaway Golf Apparel and Footwear. He graduated from the University of Mississippi and the PGA Business School.

 

Sara Weidenmaier joined the law firm of Wilson & Associates PLLC as branch supervisor in the closing office. Weidenmaier previously worked as regional supervisor of the WEOKIE Credit Union in Oklahoma City. She attended Oklahoma City Community College and Oklahoma State University.

 

Dr. Timothy Huebner, associate professor of history at Rhodes College, received the 2004 Clarence Day Award for outstanding teaching. Huebner earned a bachelors degree from the University of Miami and a doctorate from the University of Florida. He has been a professor at Rhodes for nine years.

 

Ronnie Randall joined the Youth Villages board of directors. Randall is president and chief executive officer of Kele and Associates. He has served on the boards of the Bartlett Chamber of Commerce, the Bartlett Arts Council and the Bartlett Education Foundation. He majored in engineering at the University of Memphis.

 

The Memphis Advertising Federation announced the following 2004 Pyramid Award winners: Meg Webb, direct mail account executive of the year; Dr. Richard Ranta, communications educator of the year; Kyle Hatley, intern of the year; Susan Ewing, advertising account executive of the year; Kimmie McNeil Vaulx, marketing director of the year; Julie Hollingsworth and Michael Littman, industry newcomer award; Ralph Berry, public relations director of the year; Ayoka Pond, special events and public relations specialist of the year; no-fat.edit.design and Running Pony Productions, electronic production company of the year; Brandon McNeill, interactive programmer of the year; Teri Hanners, production manager of the year and Jerry Ehrlich and Mike Olmstead, CEO/president of the year.

 

Other Memphis Advertising Federation 2004 Pyramid Award winners include: inferno, communications firm of the year; The Med, in-house advertising agency and marketing department of the year; Ellen Ginsberg, media buyer and planner of the year; Ann Green, traffic manager of the year; Will Gossett, out-of-home media account executive of the year; Preston Davis, print account executive of the year-newspaper; Sherry Gardner, radio account executive of the year; Robyn Callaway, sales manager of the year; Marcia Anthony, television and cable account executive of the year; Jacquelyn Nerren, marketing consultant of the year and KPC Performance Media, media firm of the year.

 

Hope Kizer-OBriant joined the law firm of Bourland, Heflin, Alvarez & Minor PLC as an associate. She earned a law degree from the University of Memphis.

 

Dr. David McCarthy, associate professor of art at Rhodes College, received the 2004 Clarence Day Award for outstanding research and/or creative activity. McCarthy received a bachelors degree from Gettysburg College and a doctorate from the University of Delaware. He has been a professor at Rhodes for 12 years.

 

RECORD TOTALS DAY WEEK YEAR
PROPERTY SALES 62 288 2,619
MORTGAGES 52 197 1,783
FORECLOSURE NOTICES 16 53 275
BUILDING PERMITS 0 569 5,701
BANKRUPTCIES 0 87 993
BUSINESS LICENSES 0 110 491
UTILITY CONNECTIONS 0 0 0
MARRIAGE LICENSES 0 0 0