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VOL. 131 | NO. 154 | Wednesday, August 3, 2016

Willmarth to Lead Facilities Management at Trezevant

By Kate Simone

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Brian Willmarth has joined Trezevant as director of environmental operations. In that role, he oversees maintenance, housekeeping and plant operations at the continuing care retirement community. He also oversees Trezevant’s construction and renovation projects. 


Hometown: Denver, Colo.

Experience: Prior to my new role at Trezevant, I served in a number of related operational and leadership roles, including executive director at Town Village of Audubon Park; owners construction representative for Cooperative Retirement Services of America; and senior operations manager for Brandermill Woods Retirement Community in Virginia. I am also a certified assisted care living facility administrator through the state of Tennessee’s Department of Health.

Family: My wife, Shelly, and I have two children, Levi and Madison.

Favorite quote: “Don’t lower your expectations to meet your performance. Raise your level of performance to meet your expectations.” – Ralph Marston 

The sports team(s) you root for: Denver Broncos 

What’s playing on your stereo right now? I enjoy a variety of music, including Bill Withers, Jack Johnson, Van Morrison, Stevie Ray Vaughn, and the list goes on. 

Activities you enjoy outside of work: I enjoy cooking, golfing and being in the mountains of Colorado. 

What talent do you wish you had? I would like to be able to play an instrument like the piano, saxophone or harmonica – or maybe even be talented enough to play all three!

Who has had the greatest influence on you and why? My parents. They taught me the value of working hard, treating people with respect, that nothing is for free and that your word means everything.

What attracted you to your company? The opportunity to work with the leadership team at Trezevant to help them provide our residents with a great place to live.

What are your goals in your new position? To improve our day-to-day operations at Trezevant in an effort for our community to run at peak efficiency.

What do you consider your greatest accomplishment? Being married for 26 years and raising two wonderful kids. 

What do you most enjoy about your work? I really enjoy working with seniors. I love listening to their life stories about what they have seen over the last 100 years. 

If you could give one piece of advice to young people, what would it be? The same life lessons my parents shared with me: Work hard; treat people with respect; appreciate the value of everything; and be true to your word.


Tony Bernil has joined the Medical Education and Research Institute as operations manager. In that role, he will focus on achieving operational excellence in the execution of clinical and operational functions, ensuring customers’ experience with MERI is outstanding, efficient and fulfills the intended educational value. Bernil has extensive experience in the medical device industry, most recently as founder and principal of Bernil Global Consulting, where he advised medical device companies such as ENDO Manufacturing.

David S. Hamilton, founder and CEO of Impact Logistics Inc., has been elected to a three-year term on the International Warehouse Logistics Association board of directors. Hamilton launched Impact Logistics in 1986; today the company operates in seven states and has 2,000 employees.


Cheryl Fortner, vice president of Crye-Leike Relocation Services’ Mid-South Division, has passed the 2016 Certified Relocation Professional exam and been awarded the CRP designation. Earning the CRP designation signifies that Fortner has gained extensive and useful knowledge of all aspects of U.S. employee relocation. Fortner has been a member of the Crye-Leike Relocation Division since 1999.

Allen & Hoshall has hired Alixis Williams as a Level 1 civil engineer and Taylor Hogan as a structural engineer intern. Before being hired as a civil engineer, Williams was an electrical utility intern for Allen & Hoshall.  Hogan comes to the firm from Burr & Cole Consulting Engineers, where he was an engineering intern and CADD/BIM consultant.


Clint Baker has been hired by Renaissance Group Inc. as a civil engineer intern. Baker graduated from the University of Memphis with a Bachelor of Science degree in civil engineering. His duties will include civil design on various site and subdivision projects, as well as NPDES permitting.

Creative Aging has added Robert A. Marczynski to its board of directors. Marczynski is assistant director for interdisciplinary studies – College of Arts & Sciences at the University of Memphis.

PROPERTY SALES 91 293 13,051
MORTGAGES 58 168 8,171
BUILDING PERMITS 99 744 30,678
BANKRUPTCIES 34 156 6,220