Professionals on the move

2013-09-01T00:00:00Z Professionals on the move nwitimes.com

Mark Spicer, of Hebron, joined The Ross Group as a project manager and estimator to oversee project management and estimating for the firm’s Structural Venture Group.

RailCats owner and CEO Patrick A. Salvi has been named one of the Top Ten Personal Injury Lawyers in Illinois in the 2013 consumer edition of Leading Lawyers Magazine. Salvi was also recognized as a Leading Lawyer in the field of personal injury law, professional malpractice and aviation law.

Sherry L. Mosier, stroke coordinator at Methodist Hospitals, Gary/Merrillville, has earned SCRN certification through the American Board of Neuroscience Nursing.

John Lanman, of Munster, has joined Block and Co. Inc.,. a a privately held manufacturer and distributor of office products in Wheeling, Ill., as president and chief executive officer.

Misty Clapp, of Hebron, has been named branch manager at Adecco Staffing.

Dan Kesic, of Staff Source in Hammond, has been accepted into the Young Presidents Organization.

Larry Stribling, Mirko Marich and Mike Lenaburg, of Contract Services Group in Hammond, became Certified Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belts through accreditation of the ISCEA.

Gina Davitt, a Dyer Tastefully Simple consultant, recently was honored with the company's $1/4 Million Milestone Team recognition.

Three Valparaiso attorneys, Kenneth J. Allen, of the Kenneth J. Allen Law Group; David L. Hollenbeck, of Blachly, Tabor, Bozik & Hartman; and Steven Langer, of Langer and Langer, were named to the 20th Edition of The Best Lawyers in America.

Kenneth Chapman, managing partner of the LongHorn Steakhouse in Merrillville, has been presented with the company’s People Developer Award. He is one of two managing partners selected this year from the more than 430 LongHorn Steakhouse restaurants in North America.

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