Traverse City Record-Eagle

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February 24, 2013

Memoranda: 02/24/13


-- Century 21 Northland has hired four new agents. Molly Buttleman, Camille Campbell, Rebecca Mann and Cherie Robinson have all joined the company’s main Traverse City office. Buttleman brings three decades of Traverse City restaurant management experience, with a strong background in the construction of custom homes. Campbell, working from both the Traverse City and Elk Rapids offices, has four years of real estate experience and specializes in properties in the Chain of Lakes region. Mann has more than six years of real estate experience. Robinson has 10-plus years of real estate experience in northern Michigan, specializing in residential, vacant land and commercial properties.

-- Aaron Moll, loan officer for Michigan Certified Development Corporation in the Grand Traverse region, will work out of MCDC’s newly opened Traverse City office. Moll focuses his efforts on SBA 504 loan programs. He works with lenders, small business owners, and other referral sources to secure SBA 504 financing.


-- ECI Healthcare Partners of Traverse City has acquired Clinix Medical Information Services, a Nashville, Tenn.-based medical software development company that boasts $8 million in annual revenue. ClinixPM, their state-of-the-art, cloud-based software system, helps physician practices and billing companies in more than 40 states bill and recover payments.

-- McLaren Medical Group, the employed physician network subsidiary of McLaren Health Care, and McLaren Northern Michigan has announced that Elk Rapids Family Practice is now McLaren Northern Michigan-Elk Rapids Family Medicine. Family medicine physicians Peter Alvarado, D.O., Ann Kuenker, D.O., and James Lawrence Jr., M.D., as well as certified physician assistant Michelle Green will continue to provide medical care for people of all ages at the current practice.

-- Greenlight Marketing, a full service marketing and advertising firm in Traverse City has announced a transfer of ownership as Kevin Gillespie, previously a co-principal of the agency, assumes full ownership.

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