On the move: people

Posted on Mar 1, 2018 :: People on the Move
Posted by , Insight on Business Staff Writer

Daniel Young was named president of Schenck SC, succeeding Greg Barber in the role. Joseph Schirger, Jr. and Justin Schneider were named shareholders of the organization.

Dean Stewart, formerly of Northeast Wisconsin Technical College, was named executive director of the Center for Exceptional Leadership at St. Norbert College.

Silver Lake College named Robert B. Callahan as its 11th president and hired Tracy Milkowski as vice president for advancement and external relations.

Fox Valley Pro Basketball named Deb Allison-Aasby as senior vice president at Menominee Nation Arena.

Baisch Engineering hired Jeremy Kater, project  manager and process engineer. Eric Eisenhauer became a
firm shareholder.

A-Mazing Events hired Jody Giordana, office coordinator and bookkeeper, and promoted Kara Lendved to event coordinator.

Element hired public relations specialist Becca Doyle.

ThedaCare named Jim Albin as its chief information officer and Dr. David J. Schultz medical director for the Level II Trauma Center at ThedaCare Regional Medical Center-Neenah, and hired physician Jennifer Norden, ThedaCare Physicians Internal Medicine; nurse practitioner Michael Mitchell, providing senior care services throughout the
Fox Valley; and nurse practitioner Danielle Greve, ThedaCare Cancer Center.

Agnesian HealthCare hired pediatric neuropsychologist Christine Majors, psychotherapist Amber Hall and physician assistant Emily Strahota at Ripon Medical Center.

OB/GYN Julie Meyer joined Women’s Health Specialists, S.C.

Prevea hired neurology and sleep medicine physician Sophos Geroulis.

Holy Family Memorial hired pediatrician Rebecca Schmitt.

McMAHON added Paul Benedict, vice president/senior structural engineer, to the company’s board of directors.

Martenson and Eisele employee Jack Richeson became a licensed professional engineer for the State of Wisconsin.

Young Professionals of Fond du Lac named Joe Truesdale, marketing account manager at wisnet.com, its Young Professional of the Year.

Lakeshore Technical College Board Chair John Lukas was named the Wisconsin Technical College District Boards Association 2018 Board Member of the Year.

Catalysis, Appleton, announced a restructuring of its executive team and the retirement of the organization’s board chair, Walter Rugland. Kim Barnas was named CEO, Helen Zak was named president, Europe, and Peter Mariahazy was named chief administrative officer.

The Fox Cities Performing Arts Center hired Lisa Shovan, chief financial officer.

Sarah Rabideau was named executive director and CEO of the Tri-City Area United Way, which serves the counties of Marinette, Oconto and Menominee, Mich.

The Green Bay Packers promoted Jason Wahlers to vice president of communications.

Shapes Unlimited named Victor Thern general manager, promoted Michelle Gietman to vice president of marketing and appointed Joe VandeVen to vice president of engineering and design.

Stephenson National Bank & Trust promoted Brooke Frehse to vice president and Laura Rowe to assistant vice president. John Reinke, chairman of the board of directors for The Stephenson National Bank and Trust, was appointed to vice chair of the board of directors for the Federal Home Loan Bank Chicago.

Lisa Froemming was named vice president of philanthropy for Ascension Wisconsin.

Shipra Seefeldt, CEO of Strategic Solutions Consulting, Appleton, was honored as a Fellow of the Family Firm
Institute at the 2017 FFI Global Conference in Chicago and achieved the designation of Advanced Certificate in Family Business Advising.

Wisconsin Bank & Trust promoted Amber Lamers to market president for the Sheboygan region.

Performa Inc. hired Tyler Mancl, mechanical engineer, and Grace Kaiser, design architect, and promoted Brittany Fisher to project coordinator.

Sargento Foods, Inc., promoted Erin Price to vice president-strategic planning, and Karen Lepisto was named vice president-human resources and community relations.

Luke Rein joined Pieper Electric-HiTech Automation as senior account manager.

Steven Baker was named director of basketball for Wisconsin Blaze and head basketball skills trainer for Appleton-based Enspire365.

Dan Williams was promoted to account executive at M3 Insurance.

Senior Helpers of the Fox Cities announced new hires: Mindy Thomas, caregiver manager; Amy Zimmerman, office assistant; and Melissa Neumann, scheduling coordinator.

Candeo Creative announced new hires: Chad Fulwiler, account services director; Colleen Bies, traffic and finance manager; and Cassie Murray, media buyer.

Shea Electric & Communications hired electrician Pat Yanke.

Physician assistant Rachel Wenninger joined Primary Care Associates of Appleton as a family practice provider.

Breast surgeon Carrie Thomas joined Fox Valley Surgical Associates.

Garrett Mersberger, director of wellness at Kohler Waters Spas and Kohler Co., was elected chairman of the International Spa Association.

Brian P. Ruh was named a member of the 2017 Chairman’s Cabinet of New York Life.

The Wisconsin Hospital Association recognized attorney John F. Hager, Hager, Dewick & Zuengler, S.C., as 2017 Trustee of the Year for his years of service on the St. Vincent and St. Mary’s Hospital Medical Center boards and other committees within the Hospital Sisters Health System.

ERC: Counselors and Consultants named Brooke Tinti vice president of operations and Matthew Prickette vice president of business development.

CPAs Jamie Rosin and Erik Bunnell joined the ownership group of KerberRose, S.C. as shareholders.
Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Specialists named Darin Schumacher marketing manager.

Ray Faccio joined BrandDirections as business development manager.

Scott Wink and CRW Insurance earned a spot in the 2018 Integrity Insurance Leadership Circle. Integrity Insurance and affiliate partner Grange Insurance honored Amber Rice, commercial lines senior technician and operations products representative, at its Accolades Award ceremony.

Farmers Insurance chose Karen Van Liere Matuszak of Green Bay as Agent of the Year for outstanding business achievements and offering her customers exceptional service.

Hoffman Planning, Design & Construction announced new hires: Jason Vogds and Patrick Ostroth, project managers, and Chuck Huss, field project manager.

Nellie Weiss was named relationship development specialist at UnitedOne Credit Union.

Envision Greater Fond du Lac presented its Lifetime Achievement award to Dr. Darold Treffert of Agnesian HealthCare’s Treffert Center and its Volunteer of the Year award to Steve Leaman, vice president of banking at Horicon Bank.

The Downtown Fond du Lac Partnership presented its Friend of Downtown award to Sara Cujak, owner of Cujak’s Wine & Coffee Bar, and its Volunteer of the Year award to Donna King, who led the Fond du Lac Fresh 5 Donation program.

Greg Muller and Lori Muller, owners of EXIT Elite Realty with offices in Appleton, Shawano and Green Bay, were named Brokers of the Year for the North Division.

Lakeshore Technical College announced new hires: Paul Carlsen, president; Bridget Robinson, chief of human resources and talent development; Chris Schatz, health and human services dean; Casey Behnke, tactical skills facilitator; Nicole Bence, accountant; Katie DeBruin, health programs academic specialist; Kelsey Esser, EMS instructor; Elizabeth Gartman, agribusiness/dairy herd management instructor; Mary Kahler, administrative professional/graphic and web design instructor; Julie Konik, psychology instructor; Nicole Korinek, testing services specialist; Andrew Leonhard, motorcycle training range aide; Shannon Leonhard, evening operation team leader; Christina Lueptow, accountant; Jacob Mertzig, campus security; Shauna Nischik, grants specialist; Anthony Rubis, WILM systems technician; Mark Sieben, maintenance mechanic instructor; Bob Wallace, campus police; Joshua Weeden, network and security administrator; Katrina Weiler, student registration specialist; Jolene Wittmann, associate degree nursing instructor; and Hajra Zafar, economics instructor.