People on the Move – July 2015

Posted on Jul 1, 2015 :: People and Business on the Move
Andrew Schaick
Posted by , Insight on Business Staff Writer

Hager, Dewick & Zuengler, S.C., announced Ryan D. Krumrie is now a partner of the firm. Krumrie advises and assists clients with business planning, contracts, real estate transactions, buying and selling of businesses, condemnation law and collections.

The Moraine Park Technical College District Board announced Bonnie Baerwald as its new college president. Baerwald had been serving as interim president.

Jewelers Mutual InsuranceCo. announced Mike Alexander joined the company as senior vice president of commercial lines. Prior to his role at Jewelers Mutual, Alexander was the senior vice president of national sales and strategy at National General Insurance in Winston-Salem, N.C.

Dr. Mark Hallett has been promoted to chief operating officer for Appleton Medical Center and Theda Clark Medical Center in Neenah. Hallett, who previously served as chief clinical officer, replaces Maryjeanne Schaffmeyer, who is retiring. Prior to his role as chief clinical officer, Hallett led ThedaCare Orthopedics Plus and served as ThedaCare Physicians senior medical director.

Breakthrough Fuel hired Elaine Stephens as lead data scientist and Matt Balzola as the global sales director.

Miron Construction Co., Inc. named Craig Sachs as director of business innovation.

ATW Miller Group announced Wendy Miller, CPA, joined the financial advisory service firm as vice president.

The ThedaCare Center for Healthcare Value promoted long-time faculty member Kim Barnas to president. ThedaCare also added Joelle Mulroy Cluff, a certified physician assistant, as a hospitalist at Appleton and Theda Clark medical centers.

Woodward Communications announced Kelly Radandt as general manager of its six-station radio division in the Green Bay- Appleton-Oshkosh markets.

The Fox Cities Chamber of Commerce and the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh Alta Resources Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation announced the winners of its America’s Pitch Tank event. Sizzle, an app created by Dan Brosman and Max Zirbel, was selected as the overall winner. Second place went to Devlo, represented by David Mathers and third place was awarded to Princeton Audio, represented by Michael Pelland.

Sunshine House Inc. in Sturgeon Bay named Cindy Weber as its new president and CEO. She was previously vice president of resource development with the Door County YMCA.

Fox Communities Credit Union re-elected Paul Sippl and elected William Panella and Martin Docter to its board of directors.

Anne Wettstein, a consultant at Human Resources Consulting, completed the conflict resolution and mediation program sponsored by The Northeast Wisconsin Alliance for Social Worker and Professional Counseling Continuing Education.

New North Inc. named Bill Bohn of Associated Bank and Pete Dulcamara of Kimberly-Clark to its board of directors.

The board of directors of Bemis Company Inc. elected TimothM. Manganello as non-executive chairman of the board, replacing Henry J. Theisen. A director since 2004, Manganello has served as the independent lead director of the board since 2013.

The University of Wisconsin- Fox Valley honored two staff members for outstanding service: English professor Will Curl, the Marilee White Instructional Academic Staff award; and KathGilmore, program assistant for financial aid, curriculum and veterans services, the Larry White Classified Staff award.

Holy Family Memorial in Manitowoc hired Lori Heling as director of marketing & community relations, and added Randy Connour to its business development team.

First National Bank–Fox Valley hired Sara Hebert as a sales and service trainer.

Ann Gunnlaugsson joined Competitive Strategies Inc. as a business consultant.

Investors Community Bank in Manitowoc added Carrie Jens as lead customer service associate.

Consolidated Construction Co. Inc. announced two recent hires: Mitch Schneider, project engineer, and Hollie Raab, marketing assistant.

BriMark Builders, LLC announced Al Phillips as its new procurement material estimator. Phillips will concentrate on the company’s hotel construction projects.

Bank of Luxemburg added two new employees to its lending division: Jake Dittmann andGreg Malingowski.

H.J. Martin and Son hired ToVanden Avond for its warehouseteam as a tool room lead.

Kondex Corporation promoted Steven Key to business development manager. Key joined Kondex in 2009 as an account manager for various corporate accounts.

Scott Oberstadt purchased ownership of Legacy Builders, Larsen, from Dan Kabat.

Premier Community Bank promoted nine employees: Robin Kaczmarowski, to senior vice president retail; Jeff Wilke, to vice president/chief credit officer; Jill Breitrick, to vice president operations, compliance, BSA and CRA officer; Gail Bartz, to vice president finance; Julie Steenbock, to Marion branch manager; Casey Gardner, to Waupaca and King assistant branch manager; Gina Patzer, to Shawano assistant branch manager; Amy Steenbock, to assistant customer care team manager; and Jackie Suehring, to cash management officer. Alyssa Brooks joined the board of directors, replacing FreLaack, who retired after 25 years.

Ed Felchner, who retired from ACUITY in January as vice president-personal lines and marketing, received the E.J. Tapping Lifetime Achievement Award from the Independent Insurance Agents of Wisconsin.

YMCA of the Fox Cities elected new board members to three-year terms during its annual meeting: Kim Peeters, Joel Zeiner, Travis Froze, Steve Klingemann and Ken Anselment. Current members elected for an additional three-year terms: Tom Long, Shannon Full and Mike Rohrkaste. Three new branch board chairs will serve on the corporate board: Andy Rossmeissl, chairman of the board of the Appleton YMCA; Kip Wenninger, chairman of the board of the Fox West YMCA; and John Sitcler, chairman of the board of the Heart of the Valley YMCA. The board’s new officers are: Tim Riebau, chairman; John Krause, vice chairman; Mary Hosmer, secretary; Tom Long, treasurer; and Doug Dieterich, past chairman. Outgoing members who have completed their final terms include: Jim Hemes, Cathie Tierney, Jeff Strenger, Rev. Dennis Ellisen, and Steve Tyink.

Richard T. Elrod, partner at Herrling Clark Law Firm, Ltd., was named to the 2015 “Nation’s Top One Percent of Attorneys” list by the National Association of Distinguished Counsel.

Prevea Health Care announced Dr. Laura Nelson as vice president and chief medical officer-northern division.

The Appleton Group announced Alexander Hunt passed his Series 65 Examination and is now an adviser to private clients and corporate retirement plans.

The Wisconsin Coalition Against Sexual Assault awarded Korina Pubanz its Voices of Courage Award. Pubanz is a sexual assault nurse examiner at Shawano Medical Center.

Aaron Gransee, an agriculture insurance team leader with Investors Insurance Services, recently presented on new crop insurance options for state farmers at the Wisconsin Bankers Association Agricultural Bankers Conference.

Shea Electric & Communications announced Brett Hunt graduated from Leadership Fond du Lac and Daniel Shea received the 2015 Inspirational Leader, Rising Star award from TEC Wisconsin.

Two business students from Fox Valley Technical College earned first-place awards at the DECA International Career Development Conference in Orlando, Fla. Angela Bird, Oshkosh, and Alexa Donicht, Winneconne, won in the Business Ethics Team 1 competition.

Agnesian HealthCare added Dr. Muhammad Fuad Bangash, a board- certified pulmonology and critical care medicine specialist/intensivist. The provider also expanded its vascular services by adding Jennifer Burgess, APNP, to the Fond du Lac Regional Clinic.

The American College of Radiology inducted Dr. Donald L. Renfrew as a fellow.

Aurora Nursing Leadership announced the winners of six awards to 16 recipients from hospitals throughout the northern Aurora Health Care footprint: Leslie Clark, Erin Barbiaux and Kris Lambert, Caregiver Excellence Award; Theresa Redo, Community Achievement Award; Samantha Olson, Educator/Mentor Award; Stephanie Ahonen, Innovation & Research Award; Mary Cherney, Leading the Way Award; and Loree Riesterer, Jenny Knickelbine, Andrea Smith, Tana Roberts, Danielle McLinnMegan Pahmeier, Mary Greeneway, Pam Corsten and Mary Luettgen the Patient Care Quality & Safety Award.

The Rotary Club of Neenah announced its officers for the 2015-2016 membership year: Dave Salzwedel, owner of Excalibur Edge Consulting, president; Lisa Werner, an independent financial advisor at Marketplace Financial Group, president-elect; Dana Kohlmeyer, independent accountant, secretary; and Julie Huth, owner of J.A. Huth & Associates, Inc., treasurer.

Chris Hanson, principal of Hanson Benefits in Appleton, was named Employee Benefits Agent of the Year at the 2015 Independent Insurance Agents of Wisconsin annual convention.