Parkhill, Smith & Cooper promotes several
Parkhill, Smith & Cooper announced the promotion of eight design professionals from its Lubbock office into senior associate and associate positions recognizing their commitment to serving clients.
Ryan Kennerly, PE, DBIA, has been promoted to senior associate. He is a team leader with PSC's water resources sector in the Lubbock office. He is an expert in master planning and construction of potable well fields as well as hydraulic analysis through modeling software, future analysis of water study development plans, sewer piping and lift station and pump station design. Kennerly has worked with PSC for eight years.
Kreg Robertson, AIA, has been promoted to senior associate. He is a studio leader for PSC's Community Studio 2 in the Lubbock office. His church designs include the award-winning Turning Point Community Church in Lubbock, where Robertson and his wife are active as community group leaders. Robertson has worked with PSC for 23 years.
Todd Hardin, associate AIA, has been promoted to associate. As a senior leader of the higher education sector in the Lubbock office, Hardin serves as a project manager, coordinating design and construction administration services for community colleges and large public-sector institution projects. Hardin has been with PSC for 10 years.
Lewis moves into new position at High Point Village
High Point Village announced the appointment of Anna Lewis to the position of development coordinator. Lewis has served High Point Village since May of 2015, when she joined the organization as the enrichment and outreach coordinator.
Lewis graduated from Texas Tech in May of 2015 with a bachelor’s degree in human development and family science and a minor in public relations. As the Enrichment & Outreach Coordinator, she was in charge of volunteer activities, summer programs, afternoon enrichment classes and the Heatwaves Special Olympics team.
In her new position as development coordinator, Lewis will primarily be responsible for planning and managing all events, building and maintaining relationships with donors and seeking out new development opportunities for High Point Village.
“I am honored to be taking on this position,” Lewis said. “I have always had a passion for fundraising and making connections, so I am excited to be able to do it full time. I will never be able to put into words how grateful I am to have the opportunity to work with the most loving, caring and outgoing Villagers.”
Southeastern Freight Lines gets new Lubbock manager
Southeastern Freight Lines announced Shannon Mangrum has been promoted to service center manager in Lubbock.
With over 11 years of experience at Southeastern, Mangrum started his career at the Memphis service center as a freight handler. Since then, he has served in a variety of roles, including dock to driver, pickup and delivery supervisor, inbound supervisor and, most recently, assistant service center manager in Garland.
“Shannon embodies our company’s culture of providing quality without question service,” said Jim Jones, regional vice president of operations. “His commitment to serving the people around him has inspired and motivated his teams over the past decade at Southeastern. We are excited to see Shannon continue to grow in his new role as service center manager in Lubbock.”
Mangrum will relocate with his wife and four children. He looks forward to serving the Southeastern team in this new capacity.
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