The People: Oct. 18, 2012
18 October 2012
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Jon Sparer, a founding partner at the boutique design firm yw architects, has announced that he will retire at the end of the year after an 11-year tenure.
The Penta Building Group recently hired two project engineers and a project manager. Rick McKee joined as a project manager and will work on the Morongo Casino, Resort and Spa project in Cabazon, Calif. Scott Sturgeon joined as a project engineer and will work on a project at the Cosmopolitan. Theresa Johnson joined as a project engineer and will work on a project for Walgreens.
The Southern Nevada Medical Industry, as part of its “Quality First” initiative, recently honored four physicians: Steven C. Thomas, M.D., orthopedic surgery/sports medicine; Flip Homansky, M.D., chief medical officer, Valley Health System; Joel Bower, M.D., OB/GYN, Dignity Health; and Michael Ciccolo, M.D., pediatric cardiothoracic surgeon, HCA-Sunrise Health System.
Dr. Dhiresh Joshi and Dr. Dhaval Shah have been added to the network of doctors at Quality Care IPA. Joshi is an internal medicine physician at Infectious Disease Specialists, 6480 W. Russell Road. Shah is an internal medicine physician at Clinical Infectious Disease Specialists, 653 N. Town Center Drive.
David Hicks of RMI Management has earned the Professional Community Association Manager credential from Community Association Institute. Hicks has been with RMI since 2009 and has more than a decade of home-owner association management experience.
Nevada Ballet Theatre will honor dancer, singer and actress Mitzi Gaynor as its 2013 Woman of the Year at the annual Black & White Ball on Jan. 26 at the Bellagio. An Emmy Award-winning and Golden Globe-nominated star of both stage and screen, Gaynor received worldwide acclaim for her performance as “Ensign Nellie Forbush” in the 1958 motion picture adaptation of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “South Pacific.”
Polar Shades Sun Control hosted an open house last month where Henderson Mayor Andy Hafen presented a proclamation and representatives from U.S. Sen. Dean Heller’s and Congressman Joe Heck’s offices presented a certificate recognizing the company’s successful years in business. At the event, Polar Shades Sun Control employees introduced their retractable sun shades and screen doors.
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