BY Staff Reports
Sunday, January 13, 2013
1/13/13 at 3:30 AM
SGA Design Group named Ivan Dubikovsky an associate. He graduated from Ball State University. Chuck Hickl has been named associate. He graduated from Oklahoma State University's School of Architecture. Kevin Matthews was named associate. He has more than 20 years of experience in retail architecture. Marnie Phelps also was named associate. She graduated from the University of Arkansas.
Miratech named Jessica Hotier marketing director. She is a former Air Force officer and has a bachelor's degree from Smith College, a master's degree in international trade from George Mason University and a master's from the University of Chicago. Nicholas J. Munno was named application engineer. He has a bachelor's in mechanical engineering from Virginia Commonwealth University. Rob R. Rogers was named a strategic account manager for the company's gas compression division. He has a bachelor's in telecommunications from Texas Tech University. Amber Neville was appointed to outbound sales for gas compression customers. She has a bachelor's in marketing from Northern Arizona University.
Arvest Bank promoted Kim Adams to senior vice president at its downtown branch.
HoganTaylor promoted Jason Shultz to partner. He received a bachelor's in accounting from Oklahoma State University.
Utica Park Clinic announced family medicine physician Dr. Aliyeah Roper joined the team. She earned a bachelor's degree from the University of Central Oklahoma and a medical degree from Edward Via Virginia College of Osteopathic Medicine.
The Community Heath Connection board of directors named W. James McCarthy as new chief executive officer.
Doerner Saunders Daniel & Anderson named Courtney Bru as a partner. Bru earned a bachelor's degree from Auburn University and law degree from Vanderbilt University. She has experience in individual and class-action litigation and has represented clients in state and federal appeals.
McAfee & Taft elected employee benefits attorney Brandon P. Long and trial lawyers Andrew L. Richardson and Harold C. Zuckerman as fellow shareholders. Long's practice is concentrated on qualified retirement plans, health and welfare plans, and executive compensation. Richardson's practice is focused on representing manufacturers and distributors in products liability litigation and other business disputes. Zuckerman's trial practice is focused on business litigation with an emphasis on defending automakers, pharmaceutical companies and other manufacturers against product liability claims. Carl H. Morrison II, a certified paralegal, has also joined the Tulsa office of McAfee & Taft, providing support to lawyers engaged in health-care regulatory and investigative matters and in complex litigation, including cases involving professional liability, mass torts, products liability, insurance and multi-district litigation.
Hall Estill announced Michael H. Smith and Andrea S. Hoskins were elected shareholders. Smith practices in intellectual property law, including patent, trademark, trade secret and copyright. Hoskins practices primarily in civil litigation, business and corporate law.
Stand for Children Oklahoma named Brian Hunt as executive director. He is a former member of the Tulsa school board.
Associated Builders and Contractors Oklahoma chapter named Mark Huff, president of Tri-Star Construction, as 2013 chairman of the organization.
Waller & Company Public Relations promoted Sarah Hauptman to account manager. She has a bachelor's in journalism from the University of Oklahoma.
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