Broker Lindsey Floyd left Cushman & Wakefield Thalhimer after six years with the company. She is now with the Rappaport Companies, based in Northern Virginia.
Broker William Way left Cushman & Wakefield Thalhimer. He was hired in 2011.
Mark D. Davidson joined Baskervill as vice president of hospitality architecture. Most recently, Davidson worked for HHCP Architects.
Taylor Warren and Corey West joined CarLotz as sales associates.
Ricky Eckert was promoted by CarLotz to general manager of the company’s two Richmond stores. He came to CarLotz this year from Enterprise Rent-a-Car.
Dean Fleck was promoted to the position of manager, and he’ll co-manage CarLotz’s Midlothian location. He joined the company in March after graduating from Hampden-Sydney College.
Jay DeVoe joined Union First Market Bank as senior vice president, construction lending department manager. DeVoe has 25 years of banking experience and comes to Union from a regional competitor.
Ernest “Bud” Yerly Jr. has joined Union First Market Bank as senior vice president, Tri-Cities market executive. Yearly has almost 30 years of banking experience and was previously the Tri-Cities Market President for a regional competitor.
Matrix Capital Markets Group announced the following promotions in its energy and multi-site retail group:
M. Vance Saunders was promoted to the position of vice president. He has been a member of the energy and multi-site retail team for six years. He previously worked at Keiter, Stephens, Hurst, Gary & Shreaves and Capital One. Saunders received a B.S.B.A. with concentrations in finance and accounting from Longwood University and an MBA from Virginia Commonwealth University.
Sean P. Dooley was promoted to associate. He was previously with the accounting firm of Ellin & Tucker in Baltimore. He received a B.S.B.A. with a concentration in finance from East Carolina University.
Jacob S. Woody joined BrownGreer as senior counsel, marking his return to the firm after a four-year stint at McGuireWoods. Woody received a bachelor’s degree from George Mason University and a JD from the University of Virginia.
BrownGreer also announced the following promotions:
Matthew P. Hazzard was promoted to counsel at the firm. He joined BrownGreer in 2010 and helped the firm open a location in New Orleans. Hazzard received a B.S. from Clemson University and a J.D. from the University of Richmond.
Addie V. Kies was promoted to counsel. She received a B.A. from Furman University and a J.D. from the University of Richmond.
Kerry M. Clarke was promoted to executive director of finance and accounting. She joined BrownGreer in 2003 and received a degree from Averett University.
Kristene Broadwater Mullins has been promoted to executive director of operations. She joined BrownGreer in 2002 and received a B.S. from Virginia Commonwealth University and an MBA from Averett University.
ChemTreat announced the following promotions:
Rob Collier was promoted to manager, equipment.
Joel Phillips was promoted to analytical lab manager.
Mary Lipka was promoted to manager, technical services administration.
Sarah Byrd LoFrese was promoted to senior human resources business partner.
Terri Circeo was promoted to corporate services manager.
Karen Williams was promoted to product manager-applied technology.
Mason-McDuffie Mortgage announced the opening of its second Richmond office and the hiring of senior loan officer Sonya Jacques and transaction coordinator Lori Justice.
The new office is in Bon Air at the historic post office at 2060 Buford Road.
Christopher L. Wallace has been promoted to business assurance and advisory services practice leader at Keiter. Wallace has more than 15 years of experience in public accounting.
Missy Neff Gould joined CRT/tanaka as a vice president and leader of the firm’s government relations group. Gould graduated from Meredith College and the University of Virginia and served as assistant secretary of natural resources under former governor Tim Kaine.