Midlands area people & achievements
02/10/2013 12:00 AM
02/08/2013 6:57 PM
David Splittgerber has been promoted to partner at Derrick, Stubbs & Stith. In addition, Heather Powers has been promoted to manager of small business services, and Vladimir Ilmanov has been promoted to senior tax and assurance specialist.
BANKING & FINANCE
NBSC, a division of Synovus Bank, announced that Synovus has received 17 national awards from Greenwich Associates for excellence in both Middle Market and Small Business banking.
The Santee Cooper board of directors has authorized three promotions. Ben Fleming Jr. has been promoted to the executive management team as senior vice president of power delivery, Laura G. Varn has been promoted to vice president of human resources management and Elizabeth Warner has been promoted to vice president, legal services and corporate secretary.
Town of Lexington Mayor Randy Halfacre has been named one of the 50 Most Influential by Columbia Business Monthly magazine.
Steven W. Marra, MD, FACS, has joined Lexington Cardiovascular Surgery, a Lexington Medical Center physician practice.
William W. Brabham, MD, has joined Lexington Cardiology, a Lexington Medical Center physician practice.
Amber B. Glidewell has become a partner with Roe, Cassidy, Coates & Price.
Collins and Lacey attorneys Jack Griffeth and Jon Ozmint have been named recipients of the 2013 Leadership in Law Awards.
Hammond Edwards and Bridget Bennon-Lytton have been elected to the board of directors of the Girl Scouts of South Carolina - Mountains to Midlands. Board members at-large are Cynthia Pryor Hardy, Mary Mazzola Spivey, Lynn Stokes-Murray, Bett Williams and Bootsie Wynne.
H. Lee Carter III has been appointed to the board of directors for the Senior Citizens Association in Florence County.
Colliers International has appointed Kim Butler to the position of senior property manager.
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