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Monday, December 02, 2013 12:01 am
•Heritage Park has hired Klurressa Mays, Melinda Phovemire, Shalanda Bell, Jessica Scott, Cassandra Edgell and Stanita Lang. All six completed training as a certified nursing assistant at a free communitywide program offered at Heritage Park.•MKM architecture + design welcomes Jared Burt as an associate and Jacob Slifer as an intern. Burt will be responsible for assisting projects in planning, architectural design, visualization and construction supervision. Slifer earned a bachelor of science in civil engineering from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology and is currently a graduate student at Ball State University's college of architecture and planning.

•NAI Harding Dahm has added Kienan O'Rourke as broker to its team. He comes from an extensive background in local government for the City of Fort Wayne where he worked in the community development division for over seven years.

Fort Wayne Chapter 50 SCORE (Service Corps of Retired Executives) announces that Steve Rinehart has assumed the position of chapter chairman for 2014. He will bring a host of skills from his years of experience.

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Products has hired Alex Alford and Josue Rivera as lead specialist and Laura Rolsen as sales assistant.

Fort Wayne Newspapers has named Michael Messerly retail advertising manager/online manager. He will be responsible for all territory and category retail advertising. It also has hired David Cuddihy as advertising sales manager. He will be responsible for recruitment advertising, niche publication sales, various special sections and regular product sales as well as assisting with online. Both positions report to advertising director Henry Phillips.

Allied Recreation Group has appointed John Draheim CEO.

Better Business Bureau Serving Northern Indiana President and CEO Greg Smitley was invited to present a session on the New Banking Realities, as part of the 40th annual Caribbean Association of Banks conference held in November in St. Lucia.

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