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Monday, June 12, 2017 12:01 am

• Ash Brokerage welcomes Allyson Schrader as chief operations officer. She has been with the company nine years, starting as a case manager. She earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Saint Francis, and her master’s in business administration from IPFW.• Tornier, Bloomington, Minn., has been assigned a patent developed by two co-inventors for “systems and methods for bone anchor inserter depth indication.” The local co-inventor is Ryan Schlotterback

Barrett McNagny LLP welcomes Casie Towsley, Steve Uhey and Tess Anglin as law clerks for the summer 2017. Towsley is a 2003 graduate of IPFW with a degree in public affairs. She has competed her second year of law studies at the University of Notre Dame Law School. Uhey, a Fort Wayne native, received his degree in history from Huntington University, He has completed his second year of law studies at the University of Notre Dame Law School. Anglin received her undergraduate degree in journalism from Franklin College. She has completed her second year of law studies at Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law. 

Ruoff Home Mortgage announces that Greg Thomas was the top loan originator for the North Office and Larry Dickey for the Southwest office for the month of May 2017. 

• Fort Wayne neurologist James C. Stevens, MD, FAAN  has been named the president elect of the American Academy of Neurology, the world’s largest professional association of neurologists with 32,000 members. He has been a private practicing neurologist and specialist in sleep disorders medicine at the Fort Wayne Neurological Center for the past 29 years. 

Do it Best Corp. has hired Eric Aichele as web designer, Justin Davis as a communications intern and John Merz as a computer operator. 

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