On the Move
Sheila Brown was named program director of the Center for Wound Care & Hyperbaric Medicine at Stanly Regional Medical Center.
Ryan Culpepper joined the SouthPark office of Smith Barney as vice president - wealth management and financial adviser.
John Early and Jeff Genant joined SunTrust Mortgage as a mortgage sales team.
Elizabeth Engle and Stacey Veit were promoted to account managers at ABZ Design Group.
Wesley Enroth joined Recon.inc as SMT assembly equipment senior engineer and marketing director.
Jonathan Ferry, Ashley Hedgecock, Amy Palesch, Kate Payerle, Ty Shaffer, Emily Sherlock and Jason Wright joined Robinson, Bradshaw & Hinson as associates.
Charles Greer and Kevin Walker have formed Greer & Walker Corporate Finance, an exit planning and investment banking firm.
Deveron Harper joined Consolidated Planning as a financial representative.
Jon Hines was named broker in charge of the new Lake Norman office of Weichert, Realtors - Rebhan & Associates.
Cara Johnston was appointed to graphic designer at Vizhun Marketing.
Max Richardson was named assistant vice president at the Charlotte office of Rutherfoord.
Paul Stewart was named a training manager for the Charlotte market of Little Caesars.
John Anderson, T. Gray Dyer, Harry McNair and James Starling, of Smith Barney, received Certified Financial Planner Designation.
Janet Arthurs and Leslie Pressley of the Gaston College nursing faculty received the Home Health Endowment for Nursing Faculty Enrichment Award through the Gaston College Foundation.
Belk Inc. was the grand prize winner of the 2008 AFP Pinnacle Award from the Association for Financial Professionals and Wachovia.
Connie Bonebrake was named executive in residence at Carolinas HealthCare System.
Carolinas Medical Center received the National Research Corporation's Consumer Choice Award for being the region's “Most Preferred Hospital.”
Tom Cottingham, managing partner of the Charlotte office of Hunton & Williams, was appointed dean of the 2011 International Association of Defense Counsel Corporate Counsel College.
Tom Eppes, senior partner and general manager for the Charlotte office of Eric Mower and Associates, was elected 2009 treasurer for the Public Relations Society of America.
Mike Ferguson, of New York Life Insurance Company, was named a member of its 2008 Executive Council.
Roger Harris, president of Padgett Business Services, was named one of Accounting Today's Top 100 Most Influential People in Accounting for 2008.
David Kraus, director of admission at Davidson College, was elected to the Guidance and Admission Assembly Council of the College Board.
Leonard Automatics, Inc. was named Lincoln County's 2008 Industry of the Year by the Lincoln Economic Development Association.
Sherri McGirt, Chase Saunders and Allan Singer, of McNair Law Firm, were named to the 2009 edition of “The Best Lawyers in America.”
RSM McGladrey was named one of the “Best Accounting Firms to Work for” by Accounting Today.
Terry McSorley and Stacy Nosal, of Family Dollar's corporate office in Matthews, were awarded a Chairman's Circle Award for making Family Dollar “a more compelling place to invest.”
Dr. Albert Osbahr, medical director at the Catawba Valley Medical Center, was named the 2008-2009 president of the North Carolina Medical Society.
The Charlotte office of Parker Poe had 26 attorneys named to the 2009 edition of “The Best Lawyers in America.” They are: David Neal Allen, Harvey Cosper, Jr., Jonathan Crotty, Anthony Fox, Richard Glaser, Jr., James Greene III, Thomas Griffin III, John Grupp, Irvin Hankins III, R. Douglas Harmon, Josephine Hicks, Ashley Hogewood, Jr., Joy Hord, Max Justice, Scott Leo, Brent Milgrom, Jr., W. Edward Poe, Jr., J. William Porter, William Rikard, Jr., Richard Schell, Roy Smart III, Donald Ubell, Keith Weddington, Edward Wellman, Jr., Stacy Wood and W. Samuel Woodard.
Walt Sikes and Maria Walter were awarded Allen Tate Company's Master's Designation.
Allen Tate Jr., founder and chairman of the Allen Tate Company, received the Order of the Long Leaf Pine for his service to the state of North Carolina.
Felicia Watlington, of Supplier Diversity Works, was named a Micro to Millions Awardee from the Make Mine a Million $ Business program.
DMS Acupuncture has moved to the Carmel Professional Center at 6404 Carmel Road, Suite 201.
Mechanical Contractors Incorporated celebrates its 60th anniversary.
Dr. Fay Culbreth has relocated his orthodontic practice to 1408-B Orchard Lake Drive.
Statesville Printers has reopened as Allegra Print & Imaging.
Weichert, Realtors - Rebhan & Associates has a new office at 123D Trade Court in Lake Norman.
Driven Brands, Inc., headquartered in Charlotte, has acquired Maaco Franchising, Inc.
SkillStorm has relocated to 9140 Arrowpoint Blvd., Suite 260.
“The Coming Credit Deflation”
Details, registration: 919-676-3577 or www.cfanorthcarolina.org.
CFA North Carolina Society meets noon-1:15 p.m. at LaVecchia's Seafood Grille, 225 E. Sixth St.
Larry Jeddeloh, founder of The Institutional Strategist Group, is the featured speaker. He will discuss whether or not credit deflation is coming to the United States. Free for members, $40 for nonmembers.