Gail Letts, president and chief executive of SunTrust Bank’s Central Virginia operations, left her post as part of the company’s restructuring plan.
Steve Bonniville has been promoted to general manager at Stony Point Fashion Park. He replaced Joe Frye, who recently retired. Bonniville has been the center’s facilities director since 2009, and has directed all aspects of the center’s physical operations, such as the construction and opening of the CinéBistro.
Jack Burke joined Coldwell Banker Johnson & Thomas Realtors as a realtor. Burke spent 33 years running the Carytown institution Leo Burke Furniture, which closed last year.
Steven C. Henderson joined Spider Management Company, the University of Richmond’s investment affiliate, as director of investments. Henderson has more than 25 years of experience in investment management, including 14 years as a program and portfolio manager with the Virginia Retirement System.
Regions Financial Corporation made the following hires:
David Nigrelli joined as vice president and senior relations manager. He attended the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts and Virginia Tech. Nigrelli has been working in trust for more than 25 years, most recently with the Bank of New York Mellon.
Sandra Stanley also joined as vice president and senior relations manager. She attended Virginia State University and has been in trust for more than 12 years, coming to Regions from the Bank of New York Mellon.
Franklin Federal Savings Bank announced the following promotions:
Brenna R. Haley has been named chief information officer. Haley has been with Franklin Federal since 1997 and is also a senior vice president and director of information technologies.
Jennifer R. Merritt and Alice W. Stewart have been elected senior vice presidents. Merritt is director of marketing and community programs, and Stewart is director of human resources.
PartnerMD made the following hires:
Todd Fearnow as project manager
Darrick Hall as accounting assistant
Elyse Johnson as human resources director
Daniel Schulman as manager of financial planning and analysis
Christy Bruner as referral coordinator
Marcia Hillard as patient services representative
Della S. Watkins joined the Taubman Museum of Art as executive director. Watkins had been the chief educator at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts since 1997.
Troutman Sanders promoted the following attorneys to partner:
Siran S. Faulders joined the firm in 2004 after nine years as section chief and senior assistant attorney general for the Virginia office of the attorney general. She attended Bates College and the University of Richmond.
Matthew J. Murcko joined Troutman Sanders in 2006 as an associate. Before joining the firm, Murcko was an associate at Powell Goldstein LLP from 2002 to 2006. He attended the University of Baltimore, the University of South Carolina and St. Bonaventure University.
Leigh H. Schreher joined the firm in 2008. Before joining Troutman Sanders, she was vice president and commercial transactions counsel of LandAmerica 1031 Exchange Services, Inc. She attended the College of William and Mary, the University of Charleston South Carolina and the College of Charleston.
McGuireWoods promoted the following six attorneys to partner:
Alex Brackett represents individuals and corporations in the areas of white-collar criminal defense and internal investigations.
Kristen Hager represents individuals and family businesses in estate and business planning matters and advises fiduciaries regarding the administration of complex estates and trusts.
Jay Hughes focuses on mergers and acquisitions and corporate finance. He represents energy, manufacturing and private equity clients.
Christina Jones represents companies in product liability and commercial litigation matters. She advises clients in risk management and represents them in regulatory actions, product recalls and responding to government investigations.
Seth Schaeffer advises clients on antitrust compliance matters and litigates antitrust and general business disputes.
Scott Weber represents sellers, buyers, developers and lenders in the sale, acquisition, development, financing and refinancing of commercial property.
Brad A. King and Kenneth T. Roeber have been elected shareholders of Sands Anderson. King attended the University of Virginia and Virginia Tech and focuses his law practice on representing public school boards throughout the state. Roeber attended the University of Virginia and the College of William & Mary and focuses his practice on medical malpractice defense and civil rights litigation.
Patricia Green has been promoted to executive director of the John Rolfe Family YMCA. Green has been operations director of the John Rolfe Family YMCA since 2010.
EDC announced the following hires:
Jacob Tucker joined as project engineer. Tucker attended Virginia Tech and worked as assistant superintendent at Stylemark Homes for two years.
Jonathan Snead joined as project engineer. Snead attended Hampton University in 2010 and is studying to obtain his LEED Green Associate certification.
Jameka Williams joined as marketing coordinator. Williams attended Virginia Commonwealth University and worked for commonwealth as an administrative assistant and interior designer.
April Key joined as accounting clerk.
Tony Cilia Jr. joined as project superintendent.
Robert Reinhardt Sr. joined as project superintendent.
James Sjoberg joined as project superintendent.
Thomas Andrews joined as project superintendent.
William Holloway Jr. joined as project superintendent.
Wesley Toney joined as project superintendent.
Shawn Frasier joined as project coordinator.
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