On the move – People

Posted on Nov 1, 2016 :: People on the Move
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Tim Feldhausen, a senior attorney at the Green Bay office of Davis & Kuelthau, s.c., joined the board of directors of New North Inc.

Michael Lanser will retire as president of Lakeshore Technical College following the 2016-17 academic year. During a 13-year tenure, LTC expanded education options in subjects such as wind energy, nuclear technology, agribusiness, advanced manufacturing and hospitality.

Dr. Dean Gruner, who began his career in health care 40 years ago — including as president and CEO of ThedaCare since April 2008 — announced his retirement. Under his direction, ThedaCare became the largest health care provider in Northeast Wisconsin, and the largest locally based employer, with 7,000 employees, seven hospitals, 34 clinics and other health care services covering nine counties. Gruner served in multiple leadership positions with ThedaCare or its affiliates since it was founded as Novus Health Group in 1987.

Nathan Litt joined Quill Creative as account director. He will oversee business development and client strategy and assist with internal operations.

Matthew Wilcox joined WBD as a vice president and loan officer, working with clients in the Fox Valley and northeastern portions of Wisconsin.

The Board of Directors of HELP of Door County, Inc. announced Steve Vickman as the organization’s executive director.

Bill Chaudoir, executive director of the Door County Economic Development Corporation, will retire at the end of 2016. Chaudoir is the founding employee of DCEDC, having served as its only executive director since the organization’s creation in 1989.

Cypress Benefit Administrators, a third party administrator, hired Laurie Molle as its director of client services.

Connie Drexler joined interGen Web Solutions, a web development firm in Oshkosh, as development director.

Investors Community Bank announced several new employees: Wanda Neumeyer, deposit operations support, Manitowoc; Landon Boettcher, IT helpdesk technician, Manitowoc; Jenny Ebert, loan coordinator, Manitowoc; Brad Witbro, assistant vice president – banking services manager, Green Bay; and Sarah Peterson, portfolio manager – business banking, Manitowoc.

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation announced the first cohort of 19 participants in the Talent Pipeline Management Academy, its signature workforce development initiative. Wisconsin representatives include: Patti Andresen-Shew, Oshkosh Chamber of Commerce; Shannon Full, Fox Cities Chamber of Commerce; Lisa McArthur, Fond du Lac Area Association of Commerce; and Terri Schulz, Waupaca Area Chamber.

The Greater Green Bay Chamber awarded the 2016 Athena Award to Michelle Langenfeld, superintendent of schools and learning for the Green Bay Area Public School District. Since 2013, Langenfeld has worked closely with the chamber and other organizations to create Achieve Brown County, a program to improve the safety, health and education of children from birth into their careers.

Fond du Lac Festivals announced three new members: Terry Davis, owner of Record Entertainment Disc Jockey Service and the president of Radio Plus Media Center; Steve Fleming, Mercury Marine; and Dan Hebel, CEO at the Boys and Girls Club of Fond du Lac.

Fehr Graham, an engineering and environmental firm, announce it hired Bill Schmidt as a landscape architect.

Silver Lake College announced several new hires to its staff: Jim Begotka, director of management and organizational development and assistant professor of business; Michael Hardy, assistant dean of the School of Education; Ken Harned, assistant professor of choral music; Melissa Hamachek, instructor of nursing; Danielle McKeithen, assistant professor of biology; Ron Rivero, assistant professor of instrumental music; and Sherry Verdon, assistant professor of computer science.

De Pere Rotary announced Mark Murphy, president & CEO of the Green Bay Packers, is the 2016 recipient of the Lee Remmel Sports Awards Distinguished Service Award.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Fox Valley Region announce Lindsay Fenlon as its incoming executive director.

The Greater Green Bay Chamber hired Andrea Tobias as program manager of Current, the Chamber’s young professionals program. Jong Vang also joined the Chamber as a graphic designer.

Kristopher Ulrich, a member of the Neenah Rotary Club, attended the inaugural Young Professionals Summit in Cleveland, Ohio. Kathryn Kroll from the Rotary Club of Green Bay also attended.

Rep. Dave Murphy, R-Greenville, Tom Widener, Winnebago County Board supervisor, and Allen Buechel, Fond du Lac County executive, each received a 2016 Friend and Advocate Award presented by the University of Wisconsin Colleges and University of Wisconsin-Extension.

First Business Financial Services, Inc. announced Carol P. Sanders has been appointed to its board of directors.

Sail Young Professionals of Manitowoc County will introduce the “Future 15” this month at its Annual Banquet. The “Future 15” for 2016 are: Eric Braun, Holy Family Memorial; Megan Bruckschen, HTR Media; Kiley Eck Hayon, Eck Industries; Joel Evenson, Ansay & Associates LLC; Domingo Flores, SESCO, LLC; Cassandra Goff, Lakeshore Technical College; Brandon Gretz, BC Signs; Marv Moore, The Medicine Shoppe; Tanya Pickard, Americollect, Inc.; Becky Salm, Manitowoc County Dairy Promotion Committee; Erin Schultz, Hope House of Manitowoc County; Robert Seal, Investors Community Bank; Eric Sitkiewitz, City of Manitowoc; Jessica Stemper, Investors Community Bank and Jeremy Wagner, Manitowoc Fire and Rescue.

The Appleton Housing Authority hired Tina Truehart as the property manager for its Oneida Heights affordable living complex located near downtown Appleton.

Exceptional Equestrians announced Samantha Berger joined its staff as a certified occupational therapy assistant in its hippotherapy program.

Adrianne Miles and Bridgette Morley joined Northtown Lighting Inc., of Appleton, as lighting consultants.

Holy Family Memorial president and CEO Mark Herzog received the service award from the American College of Healthcare Executives. The hospital also added several new providers, including: pediatrician Dr. Barbara Strand, HFM Pediatrics; and infectious disease specialist Dr. Tunji Adejumo, HFM General & Vascular Surgery located at 2300 Western Ave. in Manitowoc.

CMD announced several changes in its technical service group: Ashley Nabbefeld, call center and analytics lead for CNG; Jason Bond, CNG service supervisor; and Ian Kling, senior technical service representative for CNG.

Menasha Packaging Director of Marketing Jill Andersen was named to the 2016 class of Women of Excellence by Path to Purchase Institute.

Steve Wilz, director of conceptual estimating for Miron Construction Co., Inc., was selected Estimator of the Year by The Daily Reporter as part of its 2016 Newsmakers of the Year awards program.

Femi Cole, senior public relations specialist with BayCare Clinic in Green Bay, completed the Examination for Accreditation in Public Relations.

Daniel Young, CPA, CVA with Schenck SC, was selected as a recipient of the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Distinguished Alumni Award for 2016.

John F. Hager, of Hager, Dewick & Zuengler, S.C., Green Bay, was selected by peers for inclusion in the 2017 edition of “The Best Lawyers in America.”

ThedaCare announced the addition of several new providers to its network: Dr. Shannon Schmidt, hematology and oncology, ThedaCare Regional Cancer Center in Appleton; Dr. Kelly Adams, MD, obstetrics and gynecology, ThedaCare Regional Medical Center-Appleton and ThedaCare Regional Medical Center-Neenah; Dr. Tatyana Gerachshenko, physical medicine and rehabilitation, ThedaCare Orthopedic Care in Neenah;  Kathryn M. Stam, certified nurse midwife, ThedaCare Regional Medical Center-Appleton and ThedaCare Regional Medical Center-Neenah; Dr. Krystina Pischke, family medicine, ThedaCare Physicians-Neenah East; Dr. Desirae Budi, hospitalist, ThedaCare Regional Medical Center-Appleton and ThedaCare Regional Medical Center-Neenah; Dr. Sanjeevkumar Patel, pulmonary and critical care medicine, ThedaCare Regional Medical Center-Appleton and ThedaCare Regional Medical Center-Neenah; and Emily Drakas, physician’s assistant, ThedaCare Regional Medical Center-Appleton.

Affinity Health System and Ministry Health Care added Dr. Meha Minhas, internal medicine, to Affinity Medical Group’s internal medicine department in Appleton.