VOL. 124 | NO. 78 | Wednesday, April 22, 2009
Weichert Realtors’ Chapman Recognized for Service Achievement
By Taylor Shoptaw
Russell “Rusty” Bloodworth
Amy Chapman, broker and owner of Weichert Realtors-Chapman & Associates, has been awarded Quality Service Certified Platinum status. It is considered the highest level of service achievement in the real estate industry.
Chapman attained the status for achieving 100 percent client service satisfaction.
Chapman is a member of the Memphis Area Association of Realtors Multi-Million Dollar Club. She opened her real estate agency in Collierville in February 2006. The firm moved in March to its current home in Germantown.
Timothy Russell has been appointed the new headmaster of Westminster Academy. Russell most recently served as the president of the Memphis Center for Urban Theological Studies and currently serves on the pastoral staff at Second Presbyterian Church.
Jamie Reed has been promoted to state sales manager for Tennessee at Consumers Insurance Co.. Reed will concentrate his work on Middle and West Tennessee. He has been in field marketing at Consumers Insurance since 2007 and in the insurance industry for 10 years as an agent and risk consultant.
Kerry Hayes has joined carpenter | sullivan | sossaman as a project manager. Amy Wolfe has been promoted to traffic manager and Gray Hardison has been promoted to copywriter after working as an intern at the agency.
Chuck Hannaford, a clinical psychologist and executive director of Memphis-based HeartLife Professional Soul-Care, has released a new publication titled “Picking up the Pieces Handbook: Creating a Dynamic Soul-Care Ministry in Your Church.” The book will serve as a tool for pastors and church leaders to help them provide a healing experience as they address emotional problems in their congregations.
The Memphis Area Association of Realtors Commercial Council has honored the top performers in commercial real estate for 2008. Top honors at this month’s Pinnacle Awards included Commercial Hall of Fame Inductee Russell “Rusty” Bloodworth of Boyle Investment Co. and Commercial Broker of the Year Wyatt Aiken of Commercial Advisors.
Ronnie Leonard, manager of the McDonald’s restaurant on Germantown Parkway at Dexter Road, has received the Ray Kroc Award, an annual performance-based award that recognizes the top McDonald’s restaurant managers in the country. Leonard also received the award in 2005.
Donna Harig and Chris Newsom have joined Keller Williams Realty North Mississippi.
The American Association of Critical Care Nurses has recognized nurses and staff in the Intensive Care Unit at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital with the Beacon Award for Critical Care. The award salutes the nation’s top adult critical care, pediatric critical care and progressive care units.
Mike Wooten has joined Crye-Leike Realtors as an affiliate broker. Wooten previously worked at Regions Bank. Wooten is a licensed affiliate broker in Tennessee and assists buyers and sellers in Fayette and Shelby counties.
The Memphis Youth Symphony Program board of directors has named Audra Bares, president-elect; Kim Perry, vice-president; and Kelvin Mills, secretary.
EnSafe Inc. has received the 2008 Boeing Performance Excellence Award from The Boeing Co. The award recognizes suppliers who have achieved superior performance. EnSafe maintained a silver composite performance rating for each month of the 12-month performance period. EnSafe supplies health and safety services to Boeing, including arc flash protection, energy control and indoor air quality services at multiple facilities.
Red Deluxe Brand Development has been awarded three regional ADDYs for television commercials developed for its clients. A campaign for Mississippi’s Sycamore Bank won a Gold ADDY, and a single commercial in the campaign promoting Individual Retirement Accounts also was honored with a Gold ADDY. An officer recruitment public service announcement developed for the Memphis Police Department was awarded a Silver ADDY.