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BANKING

Simmons Bank announced promotions for Matt Reddin, now an executive vice president and chief banking officer, Paul Lowe, central Arkansas market president, Lisa Montejo Chrzanowski, director of commercial and industrial banking and Chris White, Arkansas regional community president.

GENERAL CONTRACTOR

CDI Contractors added Kory Fortune to the firm's professional staff as corporate safety director.

LAW ENFORCEMENT

Charles Lewis, Greg Dycus and Derek Nietert, were recently promoted to the rank of sergeant for the Arkansas State Police.

LAW

PPGMR Law welcomes attorneys M. Christine Dillard and Hunter Mullins to its Little Rock team.

Alexandra T. Chunn has joined the Blair & Stroud firm in Batesville.

CONSULTING

Gilmore Strategy Group, a full-service political consulting and lobbying firm, has hired of J.R. Davis as senior strategist.

MEDICAL SCIENCES

Oncologist Michael Birrer, M.D., Ph.D., has been named vice chancellor and director of the Winthrop P. Rockefeller Cancer Institute at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences.

Danielle Lombard-Sims, Ph.D., has been named vice chancellor for Human Resources at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences.

NONPROFIT

Ozark Mission Project has hired Hanna French as the director of programs and communications and Natalie Clark as marketing and development coordinator.

REAL ESTATE

Lisa Turpin was recently hired as a strategic planner and project manager for Colliers International. Bradford Gaines joined the firm as director of new developments.

RETAIL

Jay Peters has been promoted to executive vice president and chief merchandising officer for FFO Home.

WHERE TO SEND NOTICES

Notices of executive promotions, new hires or job changes should be sent to: People Editor; Business News Department; Arkansas Democrat-Gazette ; P.O. Box 2221; Little Rock, Ark. 72203, or by e-mail to news@arkansasonline.com. Notices should be limited to a few paragraphs and may be accompanied by a photograph, preferably a glossy black and white, which will be used on a space available basis. Photos cannot be returned.

SundayMonday Business on 09/22/2019

Print Headline: Business People

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