People & achievements

September 16, 2012 

ACCOUNTING

Sam Wheeler has joined Scott and Company as in-charge accountant, assurance and advisory services.

BANKING & FINANCE

Christelle E. Bennett has been promoted to store manager of TD Bank’s Camden branch.

Jason Corry Rogers has been promoted to banking officer and branch manager for NBSC’s Irmo office.

CONSTRUCTION

Brian Johnston has been promoted to project manager with Mashburn Construction.

HEALTH CARE

Emile DeFelice has been named to the Animal Mission’s Board of Directors.

James W. Curtis Jr. and John F. Burton Jr., both of the Palmetto Health Dental Center, have been named among the Top Dentists in the Midlands by Columbia Metropolitan magazine.

INSURANCE

Ted Wilson, owner and CEO of Universal Benefits in Sumter, has been promoted to regional director over New Jersey and Georgia.

LAW

M. Stephen Stubley, a partner with McKay, Cauthen, Settana and Stubley, has been awarded the AV Preeimenent Rating by Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Ratings.

Luke R. Gleissner has joined Gleissner Law Firm as an associate attorney.

David M. Bornemann has joined the workers’ compensation team with McKay, Cauthen, Settana and Stubley.

NONPROFIT

Dick Wilkerson has been elected to the Board of Directors of the Institute for Child Success.

RETAIL

Anthony Hargrave and Lekita Hargrave have acquired the Columbia Northeast location of Signs By Tomorrow, a custom graphics and signage business partner.

ETC.

Bill McCrary, CEO and founder of Strategic Partner, has been chosen to serve as the keynote speaker at the International Conference of Sandler Training.

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