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• Papalinas, formerly Gondolier, located off West End Avenue, has closed its doors.

• The Florence Crittenton Agency announced Cile Mathews, president and CEO of the agency for 21 years, will retire at the end of December. Nancy Christian will succeed Mathews as president and CEO.

• LBMC Technologies, LLC announced Diane Bishop has been added to its Knoxville office. Bishop will be a business systems consultant in the Knoxville office focusing primarily on Microsoft Dynamics GP. 

• Grandbridge Real Estate Capital LLC, the commercial mortgage banking subsidiary of Branch Banking and Trust Company, said it plans to buy Houston-based commercial mortgage banking firm Live Oak Capital Ltd. Live Oak Capital specializes in debt and equity placement and loan servicing for the commercial real estate industry. The acquisition is expected to be completed by the end of the month. Terms were not disclosed.

• The University of Tennessee Medical Center has hired Matt Brown as vice president of Clinical Services. Brown will develop strategies and tactics to further strengthen the patient care and services for radiology, endoscopy, ambulatory infusion and bariatrics. He also will serve as liaison for the medical center’s joint ventures for sleep services and laboratory services.

• The American Legion, American Legion Auxiliary and Sons of the American Legion have launched a fund-raising effort, Operation Comfort Warriors, to purchase comfort items for hospitalized troops recovering in U.S. military and VA medical centers around the world. To make on-line contributions, visit

• The Little Gym will be opening a new location in Farragut in the Brooklawn Village Shopping Center in January 2009.

• LBMC has been certified by the PCI Security Standards Council as a Qualified Security Assessor.


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