Christopher M. Schreiner has joined Bennett Hofford Construction Co. Inc. as a project estimator. He has a bachelor’s degree in construction management from East Carolina University.
David McAhron, Cory Brown and Rhonda Vidal have joined SIB Development & Consulting’s Charleston office.
McAhron is an associate in the client setup group. He has a bachelor’s degree in history from the College of Charleston.
Cory Brown is a fixed cost analsyst. He has a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of South Carolina. He previously was a control analyst at Staples Inc.
Vidal is a human resources director. Previously, she was human resources manager for Clark & Washington LLC Attorneys in Atlanta.
Mary Sue Andrews has been promoted to director of Bowhead Science and Technology LLC’s Charleston division. Previously, she was a program manager working with the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Atlantic since 2003. She has a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Tennessee. She replaced Rik Dilgren, who remains with the firm in a part-time capacity as an adviser and program manager.
Ellie O’Brien, Melanie Floyd and Marianne Warren have joined Agape Hospice of North Charleston.
O’Brien is a senior solutions adviser. She has a bachelor’s degree in health care administration from Winthrop University.
Floyd is a senior solutions adviser. She has a bachelor’s degree in education from Clemson University.
Warren is community education and outreach coordinator. She has a bachelor’s degree in early childhood and elementary education from Columbia College.
Matthew A. Schonfeld has joined Willson Jones Carter & Baxley PA as an attorney in the firm’s Charleston office. He practices in the area of workers’ compensation defense. He has a bachelor’s degree from Southern Wesleyan University and a law degree from the University of South Carolina School of Law.
Al Jurgela has joined Environmental Express Inc. as chief executive officer, succeeding Dennis Pope, who remains on the Charleston-based company’s board of directors. Previously, Jurgela was senior vice president and general manager in Latin America for VWR International. He has a master’s degree in international studies from the University of Pennsylvania and a master’s degree in business adminsistration from the Wharton School.
Jerry Garner has joined TowneBank Mortgage with a focus on reverse mortgages. Previously, he was branch sales manager for Wells Fargo Home Mortgage. He has a bachelor’s degree from East Carolina University.
“Bob” Greulich has joined the S.C. State Ports Authority as its Hong Kong-based sales representative. He has more than 40 years of maritime industry experience. He worked in various sales and marketing roles at K-Line before retiring as director of K-Line Hong Kong. More recently, he was vice president of international sales for Wan Hai Lines. He has a bachelor’s degree in business logistics from Penn State University.
Kevin Wadley has joined Ashton Woods Homes as the vice president of land acquisition for its new Charleston division. He has more 12 years of experience in the real estate and homebuilding industry.
Harrison Gilchrist has joined The Peninsula Co. Real Estate as an agent. Previously, he was with Garden & Gun magazine. He has a bachelor’s degree in liberal Arts from the University of Mississippi.
Affiniti Golf Partners has named Brad Parker general manager of the company’s Patriot Point Links in Mount Pleasant.
Previously, he was general manager at Forest Hills Golf Club in Augusta. He has a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Mercyhurst College.
Morgan Malino has joined Charleston-based PureCars as general counsel and chief intellectual property officer. Previously, he was general counsel to Unity Semiconductor Corp. He has a bachelor’s degree from the Pennsylvania State University and a law degree from George Washington University.
Also, Katerina White has joined PureCars as director of recruiting. She has 15 years of employee recruiting experience in multiple industries.
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