Business Briefs — April 14

Wealth management company gets new logo

A wealth management company with an office in Franklin has a new logo.

Hilliard Lyons, a wealth manage­ment firm headquartered in Louisville, Kentucky, is unveiling a new brand and logo firm-wide.

The 11 branches in Indiana will reveal the new Hilliard Lyons logo this week in their exterior signage. Franklin’s office is at 2 E. Jefferson St.

New IT company to serve county and southside

A new IT company has opened and wants to serve small to medium businesses in Johnson County and on the southside.

CMIT Solutions in Indianapolis has opened at 704 S. State Road 135, Greenwood.

Offering a broad spectrum of proactive computer maintenance, monitoring and virtual technology packages, along with quick response services when unexpected crises occur, CMIT Solutions specializes in working with the small business community.

Greenwood resident joins Music for All

Norman Lasiter of Greenwood has joined Music for All as an office manager and executive assistant.

Headquartered in downtown Indianapolis, Music for All is a not-for-profit educational organization that combines regional and national music education programming with awareness and advocacy efforts aimed at ensuring and expanding access to music in schools and communities.

Lasiter earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in music from Butler University and did graduate studies at the University of Tennessee.

He was a proud member and president of the Greenwood Marching Woodmen under then-director Herman Knoll.

Local law firm names new partner

David L. Yount has been named a partner of Deppe Fredbeck & Yount, LLP, in Franklin.

The firm name has changed to Deppe Fredbeck & Yount, LLP.

A 2012 graduate of the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law, Yount joined the firm in 2013. He handles a variety of legal issues, including estate planning with wills and trusts, estate and trust administration, elder law-Medicaid planning, real estate matters, business law, municipal law, collection issues, family law and general legal matters.

Credit union donates to Ronald McDonald House

Indiana Members Credit Union donated $8,075 to Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Indiana as part of an ongoing debit card giveback program.

The partnership allows members to show their support for the charity by signing up to use a debit card dedicated to the Ronald McDonald House.