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VOL. 122 | NO. 47 | Wednesday, March 14, 2007

Barrow Named Chef de Cuisine At Capriccio Grill

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Henry C. Shelton III
Taylor Grisham
Geordy Wells
Meghan Cloud
Brian Barrow

The Peabody Hotel has named Brian Barrow chef de cuisine for Capriccio Grill, an Italian steakhouse. Barrow began his culinary career at 27. He attended Johnson & Wales University's College of Culinary Arts in Miami. He previously was a chef at the Ambassador Hotel in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., and with Do & Co International Catering.

Dr. Elizabeth Riseling, Dr. Michael F. Counce and Dr. Cory R. Tinker now are Essure Accredited Physicians (EAP). Essure Accredited Physicians and Practices agree to follow nationally established standards for patient care and have been evaluated by an independent body. The procedure is offered by Memphis Obstetrical and Gynecological Association PC.

The Trezevant Manor Board of Directors has announced new members Anne D. Freeman and O. Lee Wakeman and new executive members Scott J. Crosby (secretary), Frank M. Crump III (vice chairman) and William H. Morris (treasurer). V. Glenn Crosby (chairman) and John V.M. Gibson (immediate past chairman) remain on the executive committee.

Meghan Cloud has joined Girls Inc. of Memphis as director of development. Previously, Cloud was a development manager for the Memphis Redbirds Baseball Foundation.

The Merck/AAAS Undergraduate Science Research Program at Rhodes College has awarded Drs. Loretta Jackson-Hayes, Terry Hill, Darlene Loprete and Mary Miller, the Rhodes biology and chemistry faculty, a $60,000 grant for student research. For the next three summers, students will receive stipends to study in the professors' laboratories. The grant also funds a yearly seminar.

Signature Marketing Solutions has named Geordy Wells vice president of marketing and Brian Tisdale director of account services. Wells has been with Signature for six years and previously worked as account supervisor. He received his bachelor's degree in business administration in 1986 from Rhodes College. Tisdale also has been with the company for six years and previously was the senior account manager. He graduated with a bachelor's degree in business administration and marketing management in 2001 from the University of Memphis.

Justin Bane has joined Signature Marketing Solutions as art director and graphic designer. He has worked as a freelance graphic designer for Signature for three months. Bane has more than 10 years of graphic design experience.

Taylor Grisham has been named associate account manager at Signature Marketing Solutions. She has been with Signature for a year as account coordinator. Grisham received her bachelor's degree in applied psychology and a minor in business in 2005 from Christian Brothers University.

Two architectural firms responsible for the design of Rhodes College's Paul Barret Jr. Library have been honored with a 2007 Palladio Award for outstanding achievement in traditional design. Hanbury Evans Wright Vlattas and Co. of Norfolk, Va., was the library's lead architect and Shepley Bulfinch Richardson and Abbott of Boston was the consulting architect. The Palladio Awards program is co-produced by Period Homes and Traditional Building magazines.

Linda Garceau-Luis has been named vice chancellor for development and alumni affairs at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center (UTHSC). Garceau-Luis will be based in Memphis and will serve all three UTHSC campuses. Previously, she worked as an independent consultant, providing development services to large and small nonprofit organizations. She is a member of the National Committee on Planned Giving, Middle Tennessee Planned Giving Council and the Leave-A-Legacy organization.

Chris Copeland has joined the Memphis Area Teachers' Credit Union (MATCU) as its indirect sales specialist. Copeland is responsible for policy and procedure development, monitoring the lending process, underwriting vehicle loans and turning indirect loans into full-service members. He has been with MATCU since 2006.

E.F. "Ned" Camuti has been named president of U.S. electrical business for Thomas & Betts Corp. He replaces Christopher P. Hartmann, who was promoted to chief operating officer. Camuti will oversee the company's electrical products marketing, sales and operations. Previously, Camuti worked for Ideal Industries as vice president and general manager of the company's Connector Division. He has had more than 23 years experience in the electrical industry.

New Ballet Ensemble announced three new members to its board: James Nelson, Ashley M. Tobias and Brent Blankenship.

ProLogis has given Patrick Burke, a broker for The Staubach Co., the 2006 Broker of the Year award for the Memphis market. Colliers Wilkinson Snowden, a real estate services firm based in Tennessee, received the company's award for Brokerage Firm of the Year.

NGInstruments has been named the 2006 Supplier of the Year by Wright Medical Technologies for quality, delivery and service. NGI, in Warsaw, Ind., has become the primary supplier of cutting tools for the medical industry.

Adams and Reese LLP has named James B. McLaren Jr., economic development practice team leader and Henry C. Shelton III commercial restructuring and bankruptcy team leader. Both attorneys are partners in the firm's Memphis office.

PROPERTY SALES 66 66 6,612
MORTGAGES 78 78 4,207
BUILDING PERMITS 158 158 16,073
BANKRUPTCIES 45 45 3,441