On the move: 6 August 2012

Fifth Third, GS&P, edo announce personnel changes

Fischer joins Inner Design Studio

Inner Design Studio has added Brennan Fischer as its new resource librarian.

Fischer is responsible for finding new health care design products, scheduling meetings with product representatives and ensuring that the Inner Design Studio design library is stocked.

Fischer comes to Inner Design Studio from McCann, Hubbard, and Solomon, where she worked as the law firm’s receptionist. She graduated with a degree in family and consumer services and psychology from Middle Tennessee State University.

Crouch Engineering announces personnel moves

Crouch Engineering has promoted Jay H. Harris to operations manager.

Harris, who served as manager of engineering prior to his promotion, started his railway engineering career with Crouch in 1998 as a surveyor and designer and has served on the company’s leadership team. He specializes in civil and railway track engineering project design and management.

Kevin N. Lindsey, who replaces Harris as manager of engineering, will take charge of the firm’s engineering and project management staff. Derek B. Godwin takes over as the new manager of structures.

edo hires mobile commerce executive

edo has appointed Keith B. Smith to executive vice president and general manager of partner content.

In this role, Smith will drive the company’s growth strategy across the small and medium-sized business market. He will focus on expanding edo partnerships with major merchant acquirers, mobile payment providers and major media publishers.

Smith most recently ran the world headquarters for SK C&C USA. Previously, he was the senior vice president of sales at Firethorn and has also held senior management positions at Pre Holdings, Concord EFS, Vital Merchant Services and Vital Processing.

First Freedom Bank adds three

Debbie Marsh, Tim McCord and Jessica Johnson have joined First Freedom Bank’s Lebanon office. 

Marsh is a mortgage specialist who joins First Freedom from Guaranty Trust Company, where she was a mortgage loan processor. 

McCord joins First Freedom as a customer service representative. He is a graduate of Cumberland University with a bachelor’s of business administration degree.

Johnson is an office facilitator.  She attended Volunteer State Community College. 

GS&P announces staff additions

Gresham, Smith and Partners has announced the following staff additions:

Brennon Clayton joined GS&P as a civil engineering intern in the land planning and design division. Clayton earned a bachelor’s of science degree in civil engineering from Florida State University.

Stephen Dodson has joined the firm as a mechanical engineering intern in the building and industrial division. Dodson has also served as an engineer during six Guatemala mission trips to provide surveying, design and water-system installation services. He earned a bachelor’s of science degree in mechanical engineering from Lipscomb University.

Andrew Lyons has joined GS&P as a mechanical engineer in the building and industrial division. He has seven years of experience in mechanical engineering, with a focus on design, cost/energy analysis and LEED analysis. Lyons earned a bachelor’s of science degree in mechanical engineering from Boston University.

Michelle Oakley has joined the firm as a senior interior designer in the Nashville Design Studio. She brings 17 years of experience in interior design. Oakley earned a bachelor’s of arts degree in interior design from Middle Tennessee State University.

Jon Roberts has joined GS&P as a civil engineering intern in the land planning and design division. Roberts earned a bachelor’s of science degree in civil engineering from Tennessee State University.

Homer Vaughn has joined the firm as a civil CADD technician in the land planning and design division. He has more than five years of experience in drafting and design. Vaughn earned an associate of applied science degree in computer-aided drafting and design from ITT Technical Institute.

Fifth Third Bank promotes one, adds two

Fifth Third Bank has promoted Bob Gerard to vice president and membership advantage program director.

Gerard joined Fifth Third in 2006 and has eight years of experience in the financial industry. He also had an 18-year career as a sales manager for a Florida water treatment company.

Gerard received a BA/BS degree from the University of Phoenix. 

Christine Lane joins as business banking relationship manager. She was recently with the Bank of Tennessee and has 12 years of experience in commercial banking and commercial real estate lending.

Lane is a graduate of Portland State University with a bachelor’s of science degree in speech communication. 

Daniel Fischer joins Fifth Third Bank as a licensed personal banker for the Nashboro Village Banking Center.  He was previously employed at SunTrust Bank and is a graduate of Middle Tennessee State University with a degree in finance.

 

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