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The Herd: New hires and promotions for 11.11.09

Aaron Kremer November 11, 2009 0

careersMarketing:
John Bedor has rejoined Neathawk Dubuque & Packett, a Richmond-based advertising, public relations and marketing agency, as senior vice president for business development.

Bedor has done similar work at Strategic Insights and RBW, Raleigh, NC, WILink, Richmond, VA and Chemonics International. Bedor returns to ND&P after successfully leading the agency’s business development efforts from 2001 to 2007.

Legal:
Willcox & Savage has added two associates.  J. David Crain is in the Catastrophic Loss and Insurance Coverage Litigation practice group. Crain will focus on defending excess liability carriers faced with catastrophic losses in jurisdictions around the country. He is a 2009 graduate of the William & Mary School of Law and a 2003 graduate from George Mason University.

Bartholomew J. Gengler
is in the Commercial Litigation practice group. Gengler will focus on representing companies in federal and state trial courts, and before arbitration panels and administrative agencies. He is a 2009 graduate of the Washington & Lee University School of Law.  Bart earned his B.A. degree in biology from the University of Colorado in 2003.

Investment Banking:

John Minor has joined Cary Street Partners as a managing director the firm’s financial institutions practice. Before joining Cary Street Partners, John was a director in the Financial Institutions Group at Barclays Capital and Lehman Brothers, prior to Barclays’ acquisition of Lehman’s U.S. operations. Prior to Lehman, John worked in the investment banking division of BB&T Capital Markets and Scott & Stringfellow, where he advised community banks, thrifts and mortgage companies. Minor has an MBA from University of Michigan and a B.A. from UVA.

Ray Adams is MICG’s Richmond Branch Manager and Financial Advisor. Adams is formerly with Wachovia Securities and Robert W. Baird.

Aaron Kremer is the BizSense editor. Please send HR notices in the body of an email (not as a PDF) to TheHerd@richmondbizsense.com.

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