MOVERS

Le Centre International de Lafayette announced the appointment of Monique Roberts as International Trade Development Specialist.

Foster Marketing Communications has announced Tiffany Harris as executive vice president, Daniel Foster as account executive and Jamie Walling as marketing director.

Ron Collier has been named superintendent of Evangeline Downs Racetrack & Casino.

Union Bank welcomes Jan Fremin-Latiolais as assistant vice president/LPO manager to its Loan Production Office in River Ranch. Fremin-Latiolais was formerly with Regions Bank.

The Huval Cos. added new members to its Corporate Accounts Division, including David A. Hebert, Keresa Mouton and Stacey Bienvenu. Shellie Borel joined the Cost Management Services Division.

Kurt Trahan has joined Safety Management Systems Inc. as health and safety consultant.

SHAKERS

SOLA Communications promoted Steve Landry to sales manager of both the Telecommunications and Safety and Controls divisions. Art Gunnells has been named training manager for the company.

The Wright Group announced the promotion of Joel P. McSpadden to general manager and the addition of Stepanie D. Pitre as controller.

Right Angle has relocated to downtown Lafayette at 720 S. Washington St. and has also released a new logo.

Regional Nutrition Assistance announced its Family Day Care Home Program to promote and improve healthy eating habits in children.

Wells Fargo Home Mortgage recently opened its Lafayette location at 4021 Ambassador Caffery, Suite 150, and added three new loan officers to its staff ' Carla Wolfe, Joe Beeson and Brigitte Stevens.

Louisiana Gulf Coast Oil Exposition announces new leadership for its 2005 event. Al Thomas will serve as chairman, David Shealy as co-chairman and Howard Wilson as treasurer.

Michael R. Robicheaux, president and CEO of Monosep Corp., announced the company has received multiple contracts to design, engineer and build two produced water treatment systems.

Teche Holding Co. reported second quarter net income of 66 cents per diluted share, an increase of 4 cents or 6.5 percent compared to the same quarter in 2004.

Van Eaton & Romero announced Richard Tanory as director of agent development. Tanory has been with the company for 13 years.

Duane Boudreaux, 2005 Acadian Home Builders Association president, announced AHBA as a supporter of Fiber to the Home. Also at AHBA, the organization's May meeting awarded funds to local charities, educational programs and the AHBA Women's Council.

HONORS

ICBA Mortgage named MidSouth Bank a 2005 Outstanding Performer.

Jimmy A. Jennings was recently recognized by the Sunderland Group as being the No. 1 agent in America for the last quarter of 2004 and the first quarter of 2005 in overall annuity sales production.

The Acadian Museum in Erath inducted Stephen J. Langlinais and the Rev. Perry Sanders into its Order of Living Legends in May.

GOOD DEEDS

RE/MAX Acadiana has partnered with Deaf Link to provide an estimated 429,000 deaf and hard of hearing citizens with a "live" certified sign language interpreter through the Internet.

UL Lafayette student Cassie M. Palmer was the 2005 recipient of the Perrin, Landry, deLaunay, Dartez & Ouellet $10,000 Endowed Scholarship to attend the University of Sainte-Anne in Church Point, Nova Scotia.

Acadiana Open Channel recently hosted 23 local nonprofit organizations in taping public service announcements free of charge.

Advancial Federal Credit Union celebrated the opening of its new facility at 306 E. Kaliste Saloom by donating $5,000 to Lafayette Animal Aid.

Stephany Cornay-Dugan and Greg Dugan presented a check for $1,000 to the Lyn Fontenot Interior Design Scholarship Fund at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette.

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