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The Journal Gazette

Sunday, February 25, 2018 1:00 am

Business people

Compiled by The Journal Gazette

Casey Cox was hired at STAR Financial Bank as its general counsel.

Audrey Harber joined Lancia Homes as an interior designer.

Larry Anderson, Adam Bower, Mary Douglass, Cindy Garrett, Tracy Hale-Lamb, Haris Hrelja, Ben Keller, Macy McEntee, Kimberlee Miller, Tony Picillo III, Jodi Scheiber and A.J. Sheehe were hired at Century 21 Bradley as sales associates. Eric Thrasher and the American Dream Team were top producers for January.

Kyle Raugh was hired at First Bank of Berne as a security specialist and BSA assistant.

Melonie Hackman was promoted to vice president, deposit operations at ProFed Credit Union; and Katie Hirsch to vice president, card services.

Stacey Kammer joined the Phoenix Institute, a therapeutic foster care agency, as a family support specialist.

Christopher P. Moore, private wealth advisor and president of Moore & Associates, was named as one of Forbes Best in State Wealth Advisors for 2018.

Brady Tribble joined Movement Mortgage as a loan officer and Joy Harkelroad as a loan officer assistant/transaction coordinator.

Named as Indiana Super Lawyers from Rothberg Logan & Warsco are Mark W. Baeverstad, F.L. Dennis Logan, Edward L. Murphy Jr., Jason A. Scheele, Theodore T. Storer, Susan E. Trent, Thomas B. Trent, Mark A. Warsco and Cindy A. Wolfer; with Ashley M. Gilbert-Johnson, Jared C. Helge, Andrew L. Palmison and Dustin J. Tirpak being named to the Indiana Rising Stars list for attorneys age 40 or younger.


Sgt. Mitchell McKinney with the Fort Wayne Police Department was promoted to captain; and officer Andrew Irick to sergeant.

Steuben County deputy Andrew Amos graduated from the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy.