Tribune-Star staff report
TERRE HAUTE —
Stacey Joseph, a realtor in Terre Haute, has earned the Certified Residential Specialist designation by the Council of Residential Specialists, the largest not-for-profit affiliate of the National Association of Realtors. Realtors who receive the CRS designation have completed advanced courses and demonstrated professional expertise in the field of residential real estate.
Joseph is a broker sales associate with RE/MAX Real Estate Associates in Terre Haute. She has been working with buyers and sellers in the Wabash Valley for more than 17 years. Joseph is a member of the Terre Haute Area Association of Realtors and currently serves as its vice president.
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Mace Ford recently welcomed Jean Ann Fisher to their sales team. Fisher has eight years of experience in the auto sales industry. As a Sullivan native, she said she looks forward to serving customers in both the Sullivan and Vigo county areas.
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Adam Martin has been named chief financial officer at Terre Haute Regional Hospital. A native of Brentwood, Tenn., Martin earned his undergraduate degree in business administration from Evangel University in Springfield, Mo. and will complete his MBA with a health care administration focus in 2013 from Bethel University.
Martin joined Terre Haute Regional in 2010 as controller. Before joining HCA, he served in several financial management positions at University Medical Center in Lebanon, Tenn., while completing the Health Management Associates’ CFO development program.
In addition to his responsibilities at Regional, Martin recently completed the Leadership Wabash Valley program in conjunction with the Indiana State University Foundation, and is also a member of the Healthcare Financial Management Association.
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Branson Darroux recently joined Thompson Thrift Construction as a project engineer.
Prior to joining Thompson Thrift, he worked as an assistant construction project manager with JLG Structures Inc. in Houston, Texas, from 2007-09. He also was an assistant construction project manager and a network administrator with Satterfield & Pontikes Construction from 2004-07.
Darroux received his bachelor’s degree in construction management from the University of Houston Main Campus in 2005. He also is a Cisco Certified Network Associate.
Thompson Thrift is a full-service real estate development and construction company with offices in Terre Haute, Indianapolis and Carmel. For more information about the company visit www.thompsonthrift.com.
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Eric Schultz recently joined Thompson Thrift Construction as a superintendent.
He previously worked as a construction superintendent with Glick Construction in Indianapolis, from 2009-2013, and with Signature Construction in Carmel, from 2006-2009.
Schultz received his bachelor’s of degree in construction management from Indiana State University in 2006.
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Corey Williams recently joined Thompson Thrift Development as a project manager. Before joining Thompson Thrift, he worked as a project manager with SEA Group, LLC. He also worked as a planning specialist with Edward Rose Properties.
Williams received his associate’s degree in architectural engineering from ITT Technical Institute. He is also a past member of the ICSC, with participation at the University of Shopping Centers and Center Build.
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Frank Hill has joined Thompson Thrift Construction as a superintendent.
He worked as a superintendent with DSLD Homes in Houma, La., from 2012-2013. He also worked as a superintendent with IDC Construction in Louisville, Ky., from 2011-2012.
Hill is a past member of the ICSC with participation at the University of Shopping Centers and Center Build.
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Scott Templeton has joined Thompson Thrift Construction as a project engineer. Before joining Thompson Thrift, he worked as an estimator/project manager with Commercial Interiors, Inc. in Terre Haute, from 2012-2013. He also worked as a field manager with Pulte Group in Indianapolis from 2006-2012.
Templeton received his bachelor’s degree in construction management from Indiana State University in 2006.