Business Pulse for the Myrtle Beach area: July 5

July 5, 2014 

ARRIVALS

Cal Ratcliff has joined BNC Bank as chief compliance officer.

Elizabeth Lewis has joined the Georgetown Kraft Credit Union as a loan support specialist & member services.

Kimberly Birt and Tara Squires have joined Georgetown Kraft Credit Union as tellers to the member service department in the Pawleys Island office.

Taylor Jackson has joined Georgetown Kraft Credit Union as a teller to the member service department in the Andrews office.

Teena Miller has joined Georgetown Kraft Credit Union as a teller to the member service department in the Georgetown office.

Trent Kenelly has joined Immedion LLC as sales engineer.

Yvette Jefferson has been named executive director of The Children’s Museum of South Carolina.

PROMOTIONS

Darcy Dennis and John Dennis of Ally Management have been promoted to association manager.

Pamela Johnson of Ally Management has been appointed secretary of the corporation.

AWARDS

International Paper has been ranked No. 34 on Computerworld’s 2014 Top 100 Best Places to Work in IT.

NEW BUSINESS

Kona Ice, operated by Marvin and Kay Keene, has opened serving the Myrtle Beach and Conway areas, specializing in flavored shaved ice. For information, call 467-9550.

The Grounds Guys franchise, operated by Benjamin and Stephanie Schoot, has opened serving the south end including Georgetown and Pawleys Island as well as Conway, specializing in new construction, commercial and residential properties. Call 668-4528 for more information.

MISCELLANEOUS

H. Donald Sellers, a senior litigator in Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd’s Greenville office, has been selected as a Fellow of theLitigation Counsel of America .

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