On the Move
Terry Aaseby, Jessica Alps, Brian Dermott, Raj Desai, John Donaldson, Daniel Monroe, Michael Szulak and Teresa Yurtkuran were promoted to senior accountants at LarsonAllen. Rebecca Wolf was promoted to manager.
Jake Albert joined The Bainbridge Crew as a salesperson.
Thomas Bennett Jr. was appointed to senior vice president, client development officer at Paragon Commercial Bank.
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Dr. Scott Broadwell and Dr. Laura Danile joined Charlotte Radiology.
Joe Campisi joined HDR Architecture Inc. as an architectural coordinator. Al Myers joined as an administrative assistant. Unice Robinson joined as an administrative assistant.
Lindsey Capell and Misty Thornburg were named assistant vice presidents at Uwharrie Capital Corp.
Sara Edwards is the new owner of the Last Place on Earth pet store.
Audrey Grau joined Clark & Chase Research Inc. as a research associate.
Craig Halliday joined Nationwide Custom Homes as Internet marketing manager. Sarah Hemp joined Walker Marketing as associate art director. Nicole Jobes joined Burke Communications as an account executive.
Jill Leonell joined Cunningham & Company Mortgage Bankers as branch manager of the Gastonia office. Skip O'Neal joined as branch manager of the new Charlotte office in South End.
Denise Nezbeth joined Senior Living Communities as vice president of healthcare culture.
Rick Nicolini joined NouvEON as senior managing consultant. Mike Painter joined as junior recruiter.
Heidi Nowak was appointed director of sales and marketing for The Ritz-Carlton, Charlotte at the Bank of America Center.
Delton Russell was appointed to vice president, commercial banking relationship manager at Fifth Third Bank.
Rick Anicetti, of Food Lion, was elected president of The Carolinas Food Industry Council. Fred Morganthall, of Harris Teeter, was elected first vice president. Steve Hall, of Merchants Distributors, Inc., Ricky Knighton, of Fresh Air Galaxy, Eligo Pena, of Compare Foods and Chuck Richards, of Reid's Fine Foods, were elected to the 2008-09 board of directors.
Raffaele Beltran received the Dwight L. Moody, Jr. Award as the Matthews Rotary Club's outstanding Rotarian. Hazen Blodgett received the Cathy Moody Award as the club president's choice. Jerry McGuire received the Paul Nelson Award for service to the club.
The CFA North Carolina Society elected the following individuals to its 2008-09 board of directors: Vance Horner II , president; Christopher Pavese, vice president; James Tharin, treasurer; and Brian Storey, secretary.
Scott Eicher and Chuck Millard, of Dow AgroSciences; and Brian Gardner, of Advanced Technical Training Network, joined the Professional Landcare Network .
Dr. Anthony Elkins, of Meridian Medical Group in Charlotte, was elected president of the North Carolina Osteopathic Medical Association.
C. Marcus Harris, of the Charlotte office of Poyner & Spruill, was elected as a vice president of The North Carolina Bar Association.
Dr. Brian Hughes of Hughes Chiropractic Clinics in Rock Hill, was awarded South Carolina's Young Chiropractor of the Year Award at the annual S.C. Chiropractic Association Convention.
Joe Mann, CEO of Joe Mann Builders, was named chairman of Hospitality House of Charlotte. Mike Doyne, of Fryday & Doyne Architecture/Interior Design, Major Eddie Levins of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department, Lauren Robinson, of Corder Philips and Larry Tutas of Fisher & Phillips, are new members of the Hospitality House board of directors.
Matthews Rotary Club announced its 2008-09 officers and directors. They are: Mike Southern, president; Nora Lindenbeck, president-elect; Hazen Blodgett, vice president; Alan Moseley, past president; Ray Singleton, secretary; Brad Neff, treasurer; Buddy Burton, sergeant-at-arms; Belinda Kirby, club services director; Jerry McGuire, community services director; Mike Rusho, international director and Cynthia Compton, vocational director.
Dewey Preslar Jr., vice president for risk management and loss prevention at Food Lion, was elected chairman of the North Carolina Self-Insurance Security Association.
Tyler 2 Construction was selected as a finalist for the 2008 Nine Who Care Awards by WSOC-TV and its Family Focus Partners.
Chris Wilson, executive producer of Moving Pictures, won two national Telly Awards for the video “Lessons from the Geese” produced for the N.C. Community College System Office of Economic and Workforce Development.
Charlotte Business Guild community service awards
Details, reservations: 704-565-5075, firstname.lastname@example.org or www.charlottebusinessguild.com.
The Charlotte Business Guild, a business and professional organization for gays and lesbians, will present its annual Don King Community Service Awards, 5:30 - 8 p.m. at VanLandingham Estate, 2010 The Plaza. $15 for members, $25 for nonmembers.
Project management information session
Details: 704-687-8900 or www.continuinged.uncc.edu.
Continuing Education at UNC Charlotte will offer a project management information session, noon- 1:15 p.m., at the UNC Charlotte Uptown Center, 220 N. Tryon St. Free.
AUG. 19 – 22
“Keep Your Computer Skills Current”
Details, registration: 704-522-8011 or www.employersassoc.com.
The Employers Association will offer one-day computer training courses 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. at The Employers Association Conference Center, 3020 W. Arrowood Road. Courses offered are: Microsoft Excel Tips and Techniques, Microsoft Excel Formulas & Functions 2, Microsoft Office 2007 New Features, Microsoft Excel Recording Macros, Microsoft Access 2003 Level 3 and Microsoft Word 2003 Level 3. Each course is $155. Registration required.
“How Plain Language Principles are Good for Business”
Details, registration: 704-933-7614 or www.CFDDnc.com.
The Metrolina CFDD will hold its meeting 11:30 a.m. at Villa Antonio's Restaurant, 4707 South Blvd. Deborah Bosley of The Plain Language Group is the guest speaker. $20 for members, $25 for nonmembers. RSVP by noon Aug. 20.