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The Herd: Departures, hires and promotions for 12.6.11

Amy David December 6, 2011 0

Departures

Roy Terry has left DurretteCrump. He joined Sands Anderson in December.

Edmond S. Pittman will retire from Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer as senior vice president at the end of the year. He has been with the firm for 32 years.

Jeffrey W. Griffiths, chief executive of Lumber Liquidators, will retire Jan. 1. Robert M. Lynch, president and chief operating officer, will take over as president and chief executive.

Hires/promotions

Law

Daniel R. Dovel was named counsel with BrownGreer. Dovel joined BrownGreer in August 2010. He attended law school at West Virginia University.

M. Elliott Neal was named counsel with BrownGreer. Neal rejoined BrownGreer in May 2011. She attended law school at William and Mary.

Christopher A. Newhouse was named counsel with BrownGreer. Newhouse joined BrownGreer in August 2010. He attended law school at Barry University School.

Real estate

Mac Wilson was promoted to vice president at Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer. Wilson has been with Thalhimer since 2003. He attended the University of Georgia.

David R. “Chip” Dustin was promoted to senior vice president and treasurer at Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer. Dustin joined Thalhimer in 2002, became controller in 2004 and most recently served as vice president of operations. He has an MBA from Loyola College and attended the University of Richmond.

Higher education
Katybeth Lee was named manager of internship programs in the Office of Alumni and Career Services at the University of Richmond.

Financial services

Dennis Tarrant was promoted to manager of institutional equity sales and trading at Davenport & Co. Tarrant joined Davenport’s Institutional Sales Group in 2006. Prior to joining Davenport, Tarrant worked with Wachovia and Wheat First Securities. Tarrant has a master’s from the University of Richmond.

Marketing

Barbara Fultz joined Elevation as senior vice president. Fultz was formerly with Fultz Marketing.

Technology

Micheal Rose joined Networking Technologies and Support, Inc., as a deskside support specialist.

Ronald Shelton, Jr. joined Networking Technologies and Support, Inc., as a deskside support specialist.

Elaine Venable joined Networking Technologies and Support, Inc., as a deskside support specialist.

Kurt Haas joined SyCom Technologies as an account executive.

Associations

Cindy DiCello joined Sports Backers as a development manager. DiCello most recently worked at the University of Texas at Austin as a development specialist for the university’s international programs. She has a master’s from the University of Arizona and attended the University of Virginia as an undergraduate.

Pete Woody joined Sports Backers as an event production assistant. Woody was most recently with the Atlantic 10 Conference. He has a master’s from VCU and attended Virginia Tech as an undergraduate.

Boards

The following people were named 2012 board members for the Financial Planning Association of Central Virginia:

Wendell Fuller, Fuller Wealth Advisors
E. Gray Glass, Anderson Strudwick
Lisa Hatcher Byles, Hatcher Byles
Karen Hawkins
Jeremy Kuhlen, Mentor Wealth Management
William Lagos, Kuehl Shepherd Kozlowski & Associates
Patrick McAleer, Ameriprise Financial
Dave O’Brien, O’Brien Financial Planning
Robert Thalhimer, The Community Foundation
Peter Tomasch, The Capital Advisory Group

The following people were elected to the 2012 board of directors for the James River Building Council:

Bridget Goggins, Sustainable Design Consulting
Doug Miller, Christman Company
Matson Roberts, RVA Construction

Bobby McAvoy, senior vice president of wireless engineering and operations of nTelos Wireless, was named a board member for the Virginia region of the National Kidney Foundation.

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