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    Capt. Geneori Hogan, a 17-year veteran of the Fort Wayne Fire Department, was recently sworn in as district chief of information & technology. Scott Heim joined F.
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    Fort Wayne Meijer pharmacist Jeremy Thain was recently honored with the Joseph E. McSoley Pharmacist of the Year award by the Indiana Pharmacists Alliance.
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    Tamela Zollinger and Donzionetta Pegues were hired in the maintenance department of 80/20 Inc., and Adam Bridges, James Fisher and Scott Roberts joined the extrusion processing team.
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Business people

Gaff
Dornseif
Conkling
Wheeler

The following people were elected as officers and members of the board of directors for Fort Wayne Umpires Inc.: Mark Stultz, president; Bev Reincke, vice president; Sharon Boren, treasurer; Mark Mettler, secretary; and Theron Butler and Brad Bodette, directors.

Sandy Wolfe of Fort Wayne joined Tastefully Simple Inc. as an independent consultant.

Nicole Bobay of Indiana Physical Therapy Women was awarded the Certificate of Achievement in Pelvic Physical Therapy through the American Physical Therapy Association Section on Women’s Health.

Aaron J. Gaff was promoted to a purchasing department support position at 80/20 Inc. Gaff has been with the company since September 2010.

Erika Dornseif was promoted to vice president, senior trust officer at Star Bank. Dornseif has been with the company since 2001.

Ivy Tech Community College-Northeast hired Reshia Wheeler as health information technology program chair and Erikson Conkling as business administration faculty.

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