MILESTONES Awards The two foundations of Family Service of the Piedmont honored Alyce Hill of High Point and Anne B. Osborne of Greensboro with the Julia B. Nile For Love of Family Award at its annual meeting Hill Monday at Sedgefield Country Club. The award represents the highest honor Osborne given to individuals from Greensboro and High Point who make a signifi- “Prevalence of Adults Who Are the Targets of Parental Alienating Behaviors and Their Impact,” was published in the journal, Children and Youth Services Review. Broadly, their research examined parental alienating behaviors (described as strategies used to harm or destroy the relationship between a child and a parental figure) and parental alienation (a psychological condition in which a child allies themselves strongly with the alienating or preferred parent and rejects a relationship with the alienated parent without legitimate justification). l l l Adam Marshall, an attorney at the law firm of Black, Slaughter & Black, has been Stephens is the owner of Moore Music Company and will also serve a two-year term as vice president. New board members elected to a three-year term include Ronnie S. Grabon, founder of R.S. Grabon Consulting, and Neil Belenky, an independent executive coach. Dr. Timothy Lane will continue on the board as immediate past president. The festival concluded its 58th season in July and planning is underway for its 59th season, June 27-Aug. 1, 2020, in Greensboro. l l l Junior Achievement of the Triad, a nonprofit that provides financial literacy, work readiness and entrepreneurial education to K-12 students, has welcomed new members to its Judy Harrington, impact coordinator; Michel’le Cathey, experience facilitator; and Nick Lindsay, investor facilitator. Announcements Effective Oct. 1, the boards of directors of Hospice of the Piedmont and Hospice of Randolph have announced that the merger of the two organizations is complete. Led by former Hospice of the Piedmont President and CEO Trent Cockerham, the agency will operate two campuses and inpatient facilities, Hospice Home at High Point and The Randolph Hospice House. Hospice of Randolph will operate as an affiliate of Hospice of the Piedmont while maintaining its position as a health- care provider in Randolph County. Individuals and families currently receiving services will not see a change in their care. the Wilmington office. All CPA and staff positions will remain. The combined firm will employ more than 85 people, including 11 partners. l l l l l l DMJ & Co., a certified public accounting and business consulting firm with headquarters in Greensboro, has announced that the Wilmington firm of Miller & Company Certified Public Accountants will become DMJ & Co. Miller & Company will assume the DMJ name, effective Nov. 1. Miller & Company stockholders, Sandra A. Miller and Rebecca A. Rhodes, will continue with the combined firm as managers and managing shareholder, Gregory D. Miller, will become the DMJ partner in charge of Total Computer Solutions will hold a ribboncutting at 11 a.m. Oct. 16 to celebrate the recent move of its headquarters. The Guilford Merchants Association will facilitate the event and Greensboro City Council member, Tammi Thurm, is scheduled to offer a few remarks. Clients and the public are invited to tour the facilities and meet the staff during an open house from 4 to 7 p.m. Nov. 8. The new location is at 5601 New Garden Village Drive in Greensboro.