VOL. 118 | NO. 145 | Wednesday, August 11, 2004
e-photo) Rebecca DeRousse was named assistant administrator of Baptist
Kiwanis Club Names Luttrell Lawman of the Year
The Kiwanis Club
named Shelby County Sheriff Mark H. Luttrell Jr. as Lawman of the Year
for the Louisiana, Mississippi and West Tennessee District. Luttrell has been
in office for two years.
Rebecca DeRousse was named
assistant administrator of Baptist Rehabilitation-Germantown. She previously
held the position of associate director of Trezevant
Episcopal Home. DeRousse earned a bachelors degree
from the University of Tennessee at Memphis and a masters degree from the
University of Memphis.
Kevin Dorsey was certified by the American Board of Physical
Therapy Specialties. Dorsey is a certified sports therapist at Baptist
Rehabilitation-Germantown. He received a doctorate in physical therapy from
Healthcare announced the following promotions and new hires: Kristi Peltz, director of operations for medical staff
services; Gail Spragins, director of leader
development in organizational development; Martin Crawford, director of
human resources; and Renee DeRossit, corporate
director of associate relations.
Academy of Emergency Physicians named Loren Crown physician of the year.
Crown is director of the emergency medicine program and medical director of the
emergency department at Baptist Memorial Hospital-Covington. Crown has been
with Baptist for 13 years.
Northwest Mutual Financial Network announced the following
2004-05 officers of the Memphis Estate Planning Council: Mike Wood, president; David B. Jones, vice
president; Frank E. Davis, secretary; Jeffrey E. Thompson,
treasurer; and A.C. Hooper, immediate past president. The Board Members
are: James L. Ferguson Jr., Kermit B. Kaiser Jr., Leanne
W. McCullough and Samuel N. Graham.
was elected Tennessee Chapter president of the Council of Residential
Specialists. Guy is affiliated with Crye-Leike Realtors and has been a Realtor
and sales associate for 21 years.
Morrison joined Baptist Memorial Hospital-North Mississippi as an anesthesiologist.
Morrison earned a medical degree from the University of
Mississippi School of Medicine.
The Tennessee Health Care Education Foundation awarded
scholarships to the following individuals: Marcia A. Bryant, Shontel Y. Murphy and Jessie Balfour.
Drake was named operations manager for The Childrens Museum of Memphis.
Drake previously was a computer scanner and insurance verifier with Family
Ornamental Metal Museum elected J. Richard Briscoe and Barbara Cooper
to its Board of Trustees. Briscoe is retired division president of
Schering-Plough. Cooper is the District 86 representative in the Tennessee
Legislature. The following members were re-elected to serve one-year terms: Alan
Glenn, president; Paula Casey, vice president; Marcus Rountree, treasurer; and Dan Beasley,
Covington-Tipton Chamber of Commerce elected the following to its board of
directors: U.S. Rep. Jimmy Naifeh, U.S. Rep. Delores
Gresham, Mark Norris, Jeff Huffman, Russell Bailey, Jimmy
Burlison, Dwayne Cole, Ben
Little, Billy Fleming, Breck
Beasley, Duke Brasfield, Melody
Caldwell, Bobby Chapman, Christine Christmas, Jerry DuPriest and Jill Ruffin.
Buckman Laboratories International promoted Robin Luck
to vice president of marketing. Luck has been with Buckman Laboratories for
four years. He graduated from Lakehead University and the University of Western Ontario.