Midlands area people & achievements, February 2

February 2, 2014 

ENGINEERING

Gregory Beste has joined WARREN in Columbia as a senior forensic architect.

HEALTH CARE

Kenneth J. Meinke has been elected to the boards of Palmetto Hospital Trust, PHT Services and Palmetto Healthcare Liability Insurance Program.

LAW

Alan J. Reyner has rejoined Barnes Alford Stork & Johnson in Columbia as a partner, and Jennifer I. Waxman has joined the firm as an associate.

Bluestein, Nichols, Thompson & Delgado attorney Allison Sullivan has been named a member of the firm.

M. Stephen Stubley, an attorney with the McKay Firm in Columbia, has been included in the Best Lawyers in America list.

NONPROFIT

The Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina has elected its 2014 board of trustees officers: Craig Waites, chair; Rick Mendoza, vice chair; Barbara Clark, secretary; and Thomas Otis, treasurer.

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