Andrea Trevino has rejoined Beckman Lawson LLP as an of-counsel attorney.
David Nugent, a partner at BND Commercial LLC, was presented the 2012 Realtor of the Year award by the Indiana Commercial Board of Realtors in recognition of his professional success, commitment to furthering the commercial real estate profession and dedication to community service.
Nicole Bobay joined Indiana Physical Therapy as a board-certified clinical specialist. Bobay will treat patients at Indiana Physical Therapy Woman.
Fire Police City County Federal Credit Union appointed Brandie Franio as Illinois Road office branch manager and loan representative and Chelsea Van Horn as new account representative and co-branch manager at the Illinois Road office.
Michelle Hartman was promoted to accounts manager at Dirig Sheet Metal. Hartman has been with the company since 2006.
Nick Staker of Academy Mortgage was ranked in the top three loan officers in the five-state region for May.
Kevin Mullett, director of product development at Cirrus ABS, was chosen to speak at the Purdue University Calumet conference on Wednesday by the Career Development Professionals of Indiana Summer Leadership Institute.
Independent Alliance Banks Inc., the holding company for Grabill Bank and MarkleBank, announced the following additions to its board of directors: Thomas Beaver, CEO, Indiana Stamp Co. Inc. and Strataflo Products; Kathryn Brogan, partner, Eilbacher Fletcher LLP; Robert Caley, grain farmer, Caley Farms Inc.; Rudy Frauhiger, Realtor and auctioneer, Coldwell-Banker Holloway and Holloway Auction Co.; Karl LaPan, president and CEO, Northeast Indiana Innovation Center Inc.; Ann McPherren, senior vice president for strategy and graduate adult programs and professor of business and economics, Huntington University; James Witmer, senior vice president, Parkview Health. These new members join these current IAB board members: Brent Clifton, chairman of the board, retired president and CEO, Grabill Bank; Douglas LeMaster Jr., secretary, retired president, Agrarian Grain Inc.; Gregory Myers, president, Wayne Metals Inc.; Michael Marhenke, president and CEO, Grabill Bank and IAB; William Ogden, vice president finance, Sauder Manufacturing Co.; Jerry Korte, president, Korte Does It All; Jeffrey Espich, retired Indiana state representative; and Charles Schrimper, retired president and CEO, Group Dekko.
Trisha Stine was promoted to an SOT team member at 80/20 Inc. Stine has been with the company since January.
Alan LaBov, Emma McCarron, Amanda Vankoski and Estee Wells have joined LaBov & Beyond Marketing Communications and Training as summer interns.
Brian Ternet was promoted to vice president, commercial banking at Tower Bank. Ternet has been with the company since 2006.
Young Leaders of Northeast Indiana announced the following young professionals were appointed to the board of directors: Lisa Updike, president; Sam Graves, vice president; Dave Wagley, treasurer; Amy Johnson, secretary; Mike King, executive committee director at large; YaVonda Ulfig, vice president of membership; Justin Shurley, vice president of leadership development; Melissa Beber, vice president of community impact; Andy Welfle, vice president of communications; Justin Clupper, vice president of social programming; Nick Medhikhan, vice president of fund development; Pone Vongphachanh, director at large, community impact; Dan Swartz, director at large, fund development; Kim Carpenter, director at large, membership; Stephanie Veit, director at large, leadership development; and Sarah Arnold, director at large, communications.
Shane Carper was named president of Signature Mac Inc. and its commercial division, SMi. Carper has been with the company since 2009.
Newly elected officers of the American Red Cross of Northeast Indiana are Cathy Waggoner, chair; Tom Fink, first vice chair; Bill Eisenmann, second vice chair; Bruce Molter, third vice chair; and Greg Smith, secretary. New board members are Nora Bass, Steve Grashoff and Patrick Norton. Donna Whinery will begin a new three-year term after serving the Red Cross as a Leadership Fort Wayne intern. Nabila Safdar will begin a one-year internship from Leadership Fort Wayne. The following board members will rotate off the board and were recognized for their service: Heidi Koeneman and Joel Sauer.
Justin Wartell, a native of Fort Wayne, was promoted to managing director of Interbrand Design Forum of Dayton. Wartell will oversee day-to-day operations for the office.
Scott Brown, Jim Fisher and John Clouser, all FedEx drivers based in Fremont, placed among the top finishers at the 2012 Michigan State Truck Driving Championship. Brown was first in the 5-Axle Sleeper class, Fisher won the Flatbed class and Clouser finished second in the 3-Axle class.
Julie Hendryx was named interim vice president for business and finance at Huntington University. Hendryx has been with the university since 2002.
Angela N. Aneiros has joined Hunt Suedhoff Kalamaros LLP as an associate attorney in the Fort Wayne office.
Katie Henry of One Eleven Design won Mannington Commercials national design competition. Henry will travel to Milan, Italy, to attend the International Furniture Fair as part of her award.
Amy Hackney of Fort Wayne was promoted to team leader for Tastefully Simple Inc. Hackney earned the promotion through sales achievements and by adding new consultants to the team.
Joshua C. Neal, a partner at Barrett & McNagny LLP, graduated from the inaugural class of the Indiana State Bar Associations Leadership Development Academy. Neal concentrates his practice in the area of real estate law, land use planning and real estate taxation.
William Kozman joined EPCO Products Inc. as its new Zero-Leak Gold Plugs and Banjo Products sales manager. Kozman has over 30 years of experience in the fluid power industry.
Justin Heflin with RE/MAX Home Construction was presented the RE/MAX Executive Club Award for 2011. The award honors successful agents who are exceptional multimillion-dollar producers.
Steve Putman recently celebrated his 50th anniversary with Ultra Electronics–USSI.
The Fort Wayne Civic Theatre announced the following new members to the board of directors for the 2012-13 season: Melanie Hall, director of public affairs, Fort Wayne Community Schools; Emily Schwartz Keirns, ELL coordinator, Fort Wayne Community Schools; Joshua Neal, partner, Barrett & McNagny; Stacey Ottenweller, CPA, Tower Bank & Trust Co.; Douglas Perry, academic vice president, Indiana Tech; Russ Rinn, Steel Dynamics, executive vice president of metals recycling and president and chief operating officer, OmniSource Corp.; Christopher Rouse, director, resource development, United Way of Allen County; Brian Ternet, assistant vice president, Tower Bank & Trust Co. In addition to the new members, the Fort Wayne Civic Theatre board of directors for the 2012-13 season includes: President Jeff Wyckoff, Independent Alliance Banks; Vice President Cindy Henry, community leader, Green Frog; Treasurer Al Moll Jr., Fort Wayne Parks & Recreation; Secretary Cheri Becker, Leadership Fort Wayne; Diana Bartscht, Civic Theatre Guild president; Pam Brookshire, CANI; Rebecca Cameron, Lincoln Financial Group; Mark Chambers, Haller & Colvin Attorneys at Law; Phillip Colglazier, executive/artistic director, Civic Theatre; Jeff Dysert, PNC Bank; Sharon Eisbart, Sharon Eisbart Corporate Art; Karan Flick, Fort Wayne Area Association of Realtors retiree; Jerry Giesler, Indianas NewsCenter; Wayne Hall, Fort Wayne Museum of Art; Patty Hays, Lutheran Health Network; Diane Humphrey, Civic Theatre member/community leader; Shelly Kindler, Lake City Bank-Wealth Advisory Group; Gale Mann, JMA Enterprises Inc.; Dar Richardson, grief & loss counselor; Linda Ruffolo, IPFW Development Department; Debra Stam, Parkview Health. Retiring from the Civic Board are Linnea Bartling
, Michael Cahill, Sandra Elyea and Kelly Pautler.
Dan Kennedy Baisden joined Majic 95.1 WAJI as program director. Baisden was previously the director of programming for Grenax Broadcasting in Flagstaff/Prescott, Ariz.
Dennis Tratnyek, vice president of loan review at Star Bank, was selected as the 2012 Indiana Financial Services Champion of the Year by the U.S. Small Business Administration Indiana District Office.