A certificate of achievement has been awarded to Ronald S. Van Buren and Robert A. Capps, special representatives in Greensboro for the Jefferson-Pilot Life Insurance Co., for having completed the company's Career Development Seminar in life insurance and financial services.
Max L. Coleman of 209 Venus Drive has completed the basic course in auctioneering offered by the Mendenhall School of Auctioneering in High Point. He received a diploma.Curtis Weaver has been named the new president of Gate City Rental & Leasing Co.
A Greensboro native, Weaver has been with Gate City Rental & Leasing since 1981 and most recently was vice president.
A graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Weaver received his master in business administration degree in 1979. Further study after joining Gate City Rental & Leasing helped him become the only certified vehicle leasing executive in the state.
Rudd Group Inc. has received a Certificate of Installation Excellence from Westinghouse Furniture Systems.
The award recognizes installation and customer service expertise consistent with the standards Westinghouse sets.
David Sharpe has been promoted to senior estimator of Rentenbach Constructors Inc.
Sharpe is in the company's regional office in Greensboro.
Judge Sherry Fowler Alloway has been re-appointed by Gov. Jim Martin to the Juvenile Law Study Commission.
C. Fred Carlson, an associate of The Rendleman Agency of General American Life Insurance Co., recently attended a computer seminar at the company's home office in St. Louis, Mo. Joe Hennigan has been selected as executive director of the Reidsville YMCA. Previously, he was the senior program director of the Guilford College YMCA in Greensboro.
Keith L. Fishburne has joined the North Carolina Special Olympics in Raleigh as public relations director.
Previously, Fishburne worked as assistant coordinator of the Greensboro Youth Council.
With NCSO, he will handle all internal and external communications and coordinate the Chapter Outreach Program, designed to involve more people with mental retardation in Special Olympics. In addition, he will be responsible for training the volunteer public relations coordinators on the local level.
Fishburne is a 1986 graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where he earned a bachelor of arts degree in journalism. Gerard M. Chapman, a partner with the Greensboro law firm of Brooks, Pierce, McLendon, Humphrey & Leonard, recently was appointed chairman of a new committee on investors of the American Immigration Lawyers Association.
The committee will work on legislative and regulatory matters affecting aliens who want to become permanent residents and citizens of the United States through substantial investments in new commercial enterprises that the aliens direct and that employ at least 10 American citizens or permanent residents who are not related to the foreign investors.
The committee has members in North Carolina, Texas and California. Teresa Nichols has joined the staff of Well-Spring Retirement Community as a marketing associate. Formerly, she worked in marketing at Charter Hospital.
Well-Spring will be a continuing care retirement community in Greensboro. The information center is at 629 Green Valley Road in the new NCNB branch building.