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VOL. 119 | NO. 17 | Wednesday, January 26, 2005

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Flintco Companies Names New Senior Vice President

Flintco Names New Senior Vice President

Kevin Moyes was appointed senior vice president of The Flintco Cos. Inc. Moyes has worked with Flintco for 18 years. He earned a bachelors degree from Oklahoma State University.


Andy Kitsinger joined the Center City Commission as director of planning and development. Kitsinger previously was a senior project architect with Looney Ricks Kiss Architects. He is chairman of the Memphis Landmarks Commission and past chairman of AIA Memphis.


The Memphis Area Association of Realtors and the MAAR Commercial Council board of directors announced the following new Commercial Council officers: Joel Fulmer, president; Jon Albright, president-elect; Cherie Ganesh, vice president; Michael Mullis, secretary; and Joe Steffner, immediate past president. The following individuals were named directors of the organization: Steve Guinn, Arnold Engelberg, Frank Dyer, Jim Rainer, Irvin Skopp, Russ Westlake, Will Barden, Keith Morris, Treat MacDonald, Marcia Meloni and John Snyder.


Liz Larkin was named chief executive officer of Make-A-Wish Foundation of the Mid-South. Larkin previously served as state vice president of the American Cancer Societys Mid-South Division in Little Rock, Ark. She has more than 13 years of experience in nonprofit management, event planning and fund-raising.


Tennessee Gov. Phil Bredesen announced that Fayette County General Sessions Judge J. Weber McCraw was appointed to fill a vacancy in part one of the 25th Judicial Districts Circuit Court. McCraw served 14 years as a General Sessions judge and six years in private legal practice. He received a bachelors degree from the University of Tennessee-Knoxville and a law degree from the University of Memphis.


Saeed E. Nia, a sales associate with Crye-Leike, Realtors, earned e-PRO certification from the National Association of Realtors. The designation signifies proficiency in online real estate marketing services.


The Institute of Real Estate Management announced the election of its 2005 officers: Marcia Meloni, president; John Bartlett, president-elect; Bill Patton, treasurer and Leslyn Ballew, secretary.


The following Harris, Shelton, Hanover & Walsh PLLC attorneys were named among the 101 Best Lawyers in Tennessee by Business Tennessee magazine: Max Shelton and John Ryder.


Sharon Harris, a 25-year employee of Baptist Memorial Health Care Corp., was named Baptist Memorial Hospital-Memphis chief nursing officer. Harris previously served as chief nursing officer for Baptist Memorial Hospital for Women. She received a bachelors degree from the University of Memphis and a masters degree from the University of Tennessee.


M&F Bank named Robert Kowkabany senior vice president and area credit officer. Kowkabany has more than 18 years of consumer and commercial lending and sales management experience. He earned a masters degree from the University of North Florida.


The National Hot Rod Association named Paul Cartwright, director of operations at Memphis Motorsports Park, track manager of the year for Division 4. Cartwright also received the honor in 2000.


Jill Southerland joined Crye-Leike, Realtors, as an affiliate broker. Prior to joining Crye-Leike, Southerland worked in office administration.


The Tennessee Bar Association honored Memphis attorneys Richard Gordon and David Siegel for their pro bono work on an adoption and child custody case that has attracted national attention. Gordon is a longtime family law practitioner. Siegel is an attorney with Nahon, Saharovich & Trotz.


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