Tricia Ramage and Joanie Ward Paulling have joined Harbor National Bank’s mortgage division.
Ramage is a junior mortgage loan officer. Previously, she was a credit analyst at CresCom Bank. She has a bachelor’s degree in economics with a finance concentration from the College of Charleston.
Paulling is a loan operations assistant. Previously, she was with CresCom Bank as a personal banking specialist. She has than 30 years of banking and mortgage lending experience.
Christian MacIver has been promoted to vice president for pine chemicals business at MWV Specialty Chemicals in North Charleston. Previously, she was general manager. In her new role, she is a part of the company’s leadership team. She has been with the company for more than 17 years in sales, business management and product development.
Darren Sweet has joined URS Corp.’s North Charleston office as a senior project manager. He has more than 20 years of experience in facilities design and construction experience. He has a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the University of South Carolina and a master’s degree in civil engineering from North Carolina State University.
Drs. Neil Glover and Stephen W. Orville joined Nason Medical Center as emergency medicine physicians.
Glover has a bachelor’s degree from Clemson University and a medical degree from the Medical University of South Carolina. He completed an internship and residency in emergency medicine at the Medical Center of Louisiana.
Orville has a medical degree from Wake Forest Bowman Gray School of Medicine and completed a residency in emergency medicine at Carolinas Medical Center. Most recently, he was associated with practices in Charlotte, and he was a staff physician with the Air Force.
Cindy B. Mulcare and Jennifer G. Ingram have joined Palmer & Cay as client executives in the Charleston office.
Mulcare has more than 28 years’ experience in the commercial insurance industry. Previously, she was with Wells Fargo Insurance Services. She has a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of South Carolina.
Ingram has seven years of property-casualty insurance experience. Previously, she was with Wells Fargo Insurance Services. She has a bachelor’s degree business administration from the University of South Carolina.
William “Trey” W. Watkins Jr. of Wall Templeton & Haldrup PA has been elected as a shareholder of the firm. His practice focuses primarily on insurance defense. He has a bachelor’s degree from the University of South Carolina and a law degree from the USC School of Law.
Mary Shahid has been elected a member of Nexsen Pruet. She practices in the firm’s Charleston office as an environmental law attorney. She is former chief counsel for the S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control’s Office of Ocean and Coastal Resource Management. She has a bachelor’s degree from Vanderbilt University and a law degree from the University of South Carolina School of Law.
Thomas L. Mathewes II has joined Roadstead Real Estate Advisors LLC as an associate. He has a bachelor’s degree in historic preservation and community planning from the College of Charleston.
Jonathan J. “Jon” Chalfie has joined Lee & Associates Charleston as an associate specializing in office space. He has more 12 years of commercial real estate experience. Previously, he was with Avison Young’s Mount Pleasant office. He has a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Wisconsin.
Debra Stokes has joined Mount Pleasant-based Wild Wing Café as chief marketing officer. Previously, she was national marketing strategy manager for Gannett Newspapers in Phoenix. She also has held posts with national advertising agencies McCann Erickson Co. Inc. and BBDO. She has bachelor’s degree in communications from Emerson College.
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