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VOL. 118 | NO. 96 | Wednesday, June 2, 2004

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The Food Bank Appoints Assistant Director

Estella Mayhue-Greer was appointed assistant director of the Memphis Food Bank. Greer has been with The Food Bank for eight years. She previously served as agency relations director of The Food Bank.


The Professional Insurance Agents of Memphis announced these officers and directors of the Professional Insurance Agents Association for 2004: W. Herbert Montgomery, president; George G. Clarke Jr., vice president; Michael T. Morat, secretary and treasurer; Gary Kellet Jr., Elaine Morton and Britt Linder, directors; and George Hilliard, past president.


Barry Smith joined Bank of Bartlett as senior vice president of the commercial lending group. Smith has been a banker in the Memphis area for six years. He received a bachelors degree from Mississippi State University and a masters degree from Mississippi College.


The University of Memphis announced the following recipients of the Alumni Associations highest honors: Harold Byrd, Margaret Craddock and Dan Palmer were recognized as distinguished alumni; Reggie Howard was named outstanding young alumnus; and Billy Hicks received a posthumous award as distinguished university friend.


Dr. Ashley Lewis Park was elected a fellow of the American College of Physicians. Dr. Park is an interventional pain medicine doctor at the Campbell Clinic. He earned a medical degree from St. Georges University.


Benita Hale was promoted to vice president of Bank of Bartlett. She was formerly branch manager for the main office.


Archer-Malmo announced the following promotions and new hires: James Ward, copywriter; Gina Miller, account executive for TruGreen ChemLawn; Andi Crawford, full-time art director; Tarun Rokadiya, database analyst; Amy Robbins, account coordinator; Ann Green, account coordinator; Debbie Dole, traffic manager; Jara Sturdivant, public relations intern; and Mary Bailey, production manager.


Stacey Townsend joined Johnson Bailey Henderson McNeel architectual firm as administrative assistant. Townsend was previously employed with GMR Marketing. She graduated from the University of Memphis with a bachelors degree in psychology.


Kiesewetter Wise Kaplan Schwimmer & Prather PLC was named as a first-tier employment law firm in the recently released Chambers USA 2004 edition. Kiesewetter Wise was the only firm in Memphis to achieve this distinction. The qualities assessed included technical legal ability, professional conduct and client service.


Baptist Memorial Hospital announced the following nursing award recipients and nominees: Angela Vandersteeg, Edith Brown, Ashley Rice, Irene Hardin, Mary Kearns, Tara Marny, Jan Love, Melinda Williams, Brandy Strangfeld, Lesek Bellamy, Michelle Peck, Staci McGlasson, Gloria Lamb, Renee Hatcher, Ann Smith, Jennifer Hutzel, JoAnn Littlejohn and Trudy Beyersdorf.


Other nursing award recipients and nominees included: Georganne Gairhan, Ann Newton, Elizabeth Signaigo, Marilyn Whitesell, Judy Johnson, Elizabeth Dawkins, Theresa Atchley, Carla Easley, Lisa Cox, Yvette Bryant, Bonnie Stephenson, Sam Tygart, Myrna Pipkin, Floretta Bounds and Elizabeth Mason.


The following Crye-Leike, Realtors, associates were among the graduates of a continuing education program on marketing premier properties: Brian Raycher, Cathy Connolly, Karen Hale, Darrell Jones, Rokco Jones, Bertha J. Pitts, Vicki Pointdexter, Toni Withers, Ed Hanna, Natalie Prater, Vivian Watson, Nancy Carroll, Gayle Cowan Burton, Rita Thrower, Felix Bishop, Fosta Brown, Bill Irby, Pat Lichterman, Carlo Van Rantwyk, James Stafford, Karon Chambers, Shirley Curry and Pauline Horton.



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