On the Move – March

Posted on Mar 1, 2011 :: People and Business on the Move
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Integrity Insurance in Appleton named Jill Stache as vice president of commercial lines. She most recently was director of risk management and association business development at Secura Insurance. Integrity also announced Julie Walker, vice president of strategic planning, will expand her role at the company to include leadership of personal lines underwriting. Integrity also named Wendy Holub as an HR generalist and Lee Forbeck as an AMC claims rep trainee.

Darrick Munsch and Jeremy Schwab joined Baylake Bank’s wealth management team. Munsch is the new assistant vice president – financial advisor and Schwab is vice president – senior wealth advisor.

Somerville Inc. added Joshua Kerwin as an architect focusing on business development and clinic services and Matthew Hale as an architectural intern. Five employees of Somerville also received their LEED accreditation: Tim Bostedt, Adam Drefcinski, Travis Grell, Melanie Parma and Barbara Vo.

Paul Swanson of Steinhilber, Swanson, Mares, Marone & McDermott was named a 2010 Wisconsin Super Lawyer by Super Lawyers Magazine.

The Mechanical Contractors Association of North Central Wisconsin named Bob Fischer, facility services executive vice president of the J.F. Ahern Co. in Fond du Lac, as its 2010 Contractor of the Year.

GEI Consultants Inc., a national geotechnical, environmental, water resources and ecological science and engineering firm, opened an office in Green Bay. Employees hired for the new office include: Richard Anderson, a senior consultant with 25 years of consulting engineering and project management experience for hydropower facilities, water supply, dams, levees and flood control systems and transportation projects; William Butler, a senior geotechnical engineer with 22 years experience in the management of large geotechnical projects; and Paul Killian, a senior project manager with more than 25 years of experience in developing and implementing innovative solutions related to solid and hazardous waste management, soil and groundwater resource management and property redevelopment.

Chris Reitmeyer joined IPS Testing, an Appleton-based independent testing laboratory, as a sales engineer.

Keith Battermann rejoined Immel Construction in Green Bay as a project manager focusing on retail grocery projects.

Associated Bank promoted Luke Rhyner to senior bank manager/assistant vice president at the bank’s Darboy location. He works with businesses in the area to assist with their banking, lending, payroll and merchant services needs as well as be responsible for managing the bank’s daily operations.

Jamie Wally, vice president of sales and marketing with WOW Logistics in Appleton, was elected president of the Wisconsin Warehouse Association.

Andrea Wallace joined Orthopedic & Spine Therapy in Shawano as a physical therapist assistant. She is a graduate of Northeast Wisconsin Technical College.

Renny Diedrich, manager of the Coldwell Banker The Real Estate Group in Greenville, was recently named treasurer of the Wisconsin Realtors Association for 2010-11.

Goodwill Industries of North Central Wisconsin hired Ben Pennings as the new store team leader for its Oshkosh store and training center, Joseph Scheske as its distribution operations leader for the Shiner Center in Appleton and Melissa Mydlo as head pastry chef for Harmony Café-Green Bay. Goodwill also promoted Terry Jacob to store team leader in Menasha.

Sail, Young Professionals of Manitowoc County named its “Future 15:” Amy Albers, Shipbuilders Credit Union; Brandon Bartow, Bartow Builders; Michelle Birschbach, Steimle Birschbach, LLC; Jessica Brault, The Manitowoc Company Inc.; Lisa Callsen, Holy Family Memorial; Crystal Casavant, Americollect Inc.; Sara Erdmann, Associated Trust Company; Sandra Hardrath, Ansay & Associates; Stephanie Henschel, Manitowoc Public School District; Eric Isselmann, Two Rivers Fire Department; Melissa Kracht, Americollect Inc.; Melissa Lake, The Card Connection; Sarah Peterson, Bank First National; Stacie Schneider, Aurora Medical Center – Manitowoc County; David and Bridget VanGinkel, B&D Embroidery. The “Future 15” are young professionals in Manitowoc County who set themselves apart from other individuals both in their professional and personal lives and are making a contribution to the community.

DiRenzo & Bomier LLC added Todd Slagter as an associate attorney. He focuses on estate planning, probate and trust administration, taxation, elder law, and real estate issues. Slagter earned his law degree from the University of Denver and previously worked at an Oshkosh law firm.
Omega Fields in Newton promoted Allison Kuhl to vice president and Jeremy Lewis to director of sales.

Iqbal Mian is Affinity Health System’s new sustainability team leader. He will analyze Affinity’s triple bottom line of people, planet and prosperity while measuring impact from both facilities and operations.

Caroline D. Lasecki is the new executive director of the Sexual Assault Crisis Center-Fox Cities.
Dr. Thomas Zoch joined Network Health Plan as associate medical director. He is responsible for the administration of procedures, protocols and standards regarding the efficiency and quality of the health care delivered to Network Health Plan members. Dr. Zoch has been in the Fox Cities area for more than 15 years, serving as medical director of Miller Electric from 2005-10, Timber Rattler team physician from 1995-2005 and medical director of Theda Clark emergency department from 1997-2003.

Curt Kaye joined Recoveron Restoration Services as a partner and vice president. He oversees all finances and operations and helps set Recoveron’s strategic direction.

Deb Doyle is the new director of clinical operations at Theda Clark Medical Center in Neenah. She has leadership responsibility for Theda Clark’s surgical, emergency, trauma and aeromedical services. Doyle has more than 30 years of nursing leadership experiences in surgical services, emergency/trauma/aeromedical positions in a variety of health care systems.

Thomas Martin joined Grubb & Ellis Pfefferle’s office in Green Bay. Before joining the company, Martin was the owner and president of Martin Development, where he developed more than $25 million in commercial real estate and owned and managed over $20 million in commercial properties.

Michael Kunesh, president of Place Perfect Realty and broker/principal of The Commercial Place, received the 2010 Realtors Association of Northeast Wisconsin Excellence in Professionalism Award.

Donna Gehl, president of Image Studios Inc., a provider of commercial and advertising photography (and cover photography for Insight), has added chief executive officer to her title. Photographers Michael Leschisin and Scott Ehlers also were named senior vice presidents at Image. Gehl, Leschisin and Ehlers are now co-owners of the business, purchasing shares from former executive vice president and CEO Dave Wallace.

Bonestroo in Green Bay added JoAnne Blank as the renewable energy market leader, Steven Shimek as the forest products industry market leader and Scott Genson as a scientist in the energy sector.

Appleton-based Ledgeview Partners added five employees to its software services division: Sarah Wright, Chuck Hoffmann and Steve Reybrock as customer relationship management application consultants and Julinda Prekop and Jim O’Neill as CRM account executives.

Robert O’Brien joined the Principal Financial Group in Neenah as a registered representative and financial advisor.

Alliance Laundry Systems in Ripon named Michael Schoeb as its new chief executive officer. Schoeb is also the company’s president. He replaces Thomas F. L’Esperance, who is now vice chairman of the board of directors for Alliance’s parent company.

Hoffman LLC, an Appleton planning, design and construction firm, added Todd Wunderlich as a project manager and Clay Veldt as a business developer. Wunderlich is a LEED professional with 13 years experience. Veldt has nearly 15 years experience and most recently worked as a national home consultant at Wisconsin Log Homes.

Dr. Michael Hazelberg joined Holy Family Memorial Family Medicine in Manitowoc as a family practitioner. He received his medical degree from Des Moines University – Osteopathic Medical Center and completed his residency in family medicine at St. Joseph’s in Milwaukee.

Sharla Baenen is the new president of Bellin Psychiatric Center in Green Bay. She previously was director of nursing at Bellin Health. Baenen earned her bachelor’s degree in nursing from Marquette University and her master’s degree from Bellin College.

The Greater Fox Cities Area Habitat for Humanity hired Matthew Daniels as the ReStore general manager and Erin Eaton as director of development.

Berny Zamora joined Skyline Technologies Inc. as a software engineer in the custom software solutions practice. He comes to Skyline after spending 10 years with Avastone Technologies as a project lead and systems architect.

Skyline Exhibit Resource promoted general manager Chuck Carver to president.

Fox Valley Golf Club in Kaukauna promoted Steve Nockerts to director of operations.

Berners-Schober Associates Inc. of Green Bay added several employees: Jolene Grigg in marketing communications; Chris Maertens in construction administration; Lori Krause as an accountant; Amir Nouri as an architectural intern; and Nathan Schwebke as an engineering intern.

The Fox Cities Convention & Visitors Bureau’s Board of Directors has named its officers for the coming year: Cheryl Zaug Casey, vice president of the Country House Resort in Sturgeon Bay, as president; Bob Dove of Best Western Bridgewood Hotel and Conference Center as vice chair; Jeff Nooyen of Jeff Nooyen Photography as secretary; and Jay Schumerth of the Radisson Paper Valley Hotel as treasurer.

Dr. Sudeep Sodhi, a gastroenterologist at Affinity Medical Group-Midway Place, completed a fellowship in integrative medicine from the University of Arizona in Tucson. The two-year fellowship focused on nutrition and health and provided an overview of various integrative modalities.

The Menasha Corp. promoted Annie Murphy to the role of risk management/financial analyst with the Menasha Corp. and Jeremy Van Groll to financial analyst with Menasha Packaging. The company also added Todd Marnocha as the lean manager for Menasha Packaging’s Neenah Complex.

Greg Bosetski joined WFRV-TV Channel 5 as an account executive. He previously was the retail advertising manager for the Green Bay Press-Gazette.

Jon T. Trautman is Schenck’s newest shareholder. Based in the Stevens Point office, he is responsible for new business development as well as leading the audits of government and not-for-profit organizations.

Cindy Koutnik of Action Realty was named Door County Board of Realtor’s Realtor of the Year.
Omega Fields in Newton added canine rescuer Jenny Pavlovic as a spokesperson.

Dr. Edward Millermaier is Bellin Health’s new chief medical officer. In this role, he helps design clinical care management structures that best maximize the value of care received by Bellin patients. He previously was the chief medical and operating officer at Borgess Health in Kalamazoo, Mich.,

Ten employees from The Stephenson National Bank &

Trust earned their Certified IRA Services Professional designation from the Institute of Certified Bankers: Tara Granius, Paul Aftanas, Diane Gromoske, Pam Allen, Maria Berlin, Dave Denby, Karen Lahay, Kadie Truitt, Beth Larson and Julie Nygren.

Heid Music Co. named Sean Wardall as its director of sales. Previously, he was with Borman Marketing as a sales representative for musical instruments.