John Branigan

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Do it Best Corp. announces team hires and promotions

Do it Best Corp. announces the following additions to its world headquarters team in Fort Wayne:

Ryan Akers as a product content analyst

Jakob Bowden as a sales support coordinator

Maddie Eck as an associate merchandise manager for Farm & Ranch

Beatriz Garcia as an EDI/direct correspondence representative

Ceirah Heyneman as a sales support coordinator

Mike Jones as a Western LBM sales manager

Damon Leishman as a territory sales manager

Savannah Myers as a user experience designer

Josh Numbers as a pricing analyst

Brittany Peavler as an associate merchandise manager for global sourcing

Faith Rollins as an internal audit intern

Floyd Stilson as a building materials trader

Further, Do it Best Corp. recognizes these promotions within the corporate office team:

John Branigan as a national retail performance manager

Amber Elder as a payroll coordinator

Justin Hanford as a divisional merchandise manager

Peter Mitchell as a senior systems administrator

Shonda O’Brien as an outbound member services specialist

Chelsea Ort as an insurance coordinator

Jennifer Pettibone as a category management planner

Rebecca Sell as an LBM sales support coordinator

Tinisha Weigelt joins Butler, Fairman & Seufert

Butler, Fairman & Seufert has announced the hiring of Tinisha Weigelt as the new Northeast Indiana client services liaison. Weigelt joins BF&S after working as the district director for U.S. Rep. Jim Banks. Weigelt brings more than 20 years of public service to this position.

Weigelt has a Bachelor of Science in International Relations from Middle Tennessee State University. She is a member of the board of directors of United Way of Huntington County and the Quayle Vice Presidential Learning Center, president of the Roanoke Zoning Board of Appeals, a former president of the Roanoke Kiwanis Club, and a member of the 2017-18 class of the Richard G. Lugar Excellence in Public Service Series.

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