On the move – People

Posted on Jan 2, 2017 :: People on the Move
Posted by , Insight on Business Staff Writer

Brian Bruess has been named the eighth president of St. Norbert College, effective July 1, 2017. He’ll succeed Thomas Kunkel, who has led the college for the past nine years.

The Fox Cities Chamber announced the resignation of its president/CEO Shannon Full. Full has accepted a position as president of the TwinWest Chamber of Commerce in Plymouth, Minn. A search committee will be formed to recruit a successor.

Fox Valley Hematology & Oncology recently hired Carol Grabowski, M.D., FACRO, who will lead FVHO’s Diagnostic Center, located in its Health & Wellness Center in Appleton.

Fox Valley Hematology & Oncology also announced it will offer integrative medicine options with Dr. Elizabeth Kimbrough at its Neenah location.

Reginald Newson has been named vice president and chief advocacy officer for Ascension Wisconsin. Newson served as CEO and secretary of the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development from 2011-2015 and most recently worked at WE Energies.

Catalpa Health has named Scott Radtke, LPC, its new clinic operations director. Radtke is stepping in for Greg Blume, who has served as operations director since Catalpa’s founding in 2012 and is retiring after nearly 40 years in the health care field.

Catherine Gunther Kodat has been named provost and dean of the faculty at Lawrence University. She also will join the Lawrence English department as a tenured professor.

First Bank Financial Centre welcomed Kimberly Francois, mortgage lender, to its team. Francois serves all of Wisconsin.

Dorothy Erdmann retired as the CEO of ThedaCare Medical Center-Shawano effective in December.

The Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority has hired William Martin as the director for its business and community engagement group.

GRAEF, a Wisconsin-based engineering, planning and design firm, announced that Kurt Barnard, P.E., has joined its Green Bay office as a market area leader/senior project manager.

Omni Glass & Paint, Inc. announced the addition of Jim Bridenbaugh as a commercial glass estimator and Tom Mueller as its human resources director.

Miron Construction recently hired three project accountants at its Green Bay location: Beth Piontek, Cheri Clark and Erin Satterlund. In addition, the company hired Zach Zimmer and Aaron Fredrick in warehouse operations and Matt Wohlrabe and Lucas Makuski as warehouse mechanics. The company further hired five employees at its corporate headquarters: Jessica Micke, public relations and events specialist; Terri Glasel, marketing assistant; Scott Eigner; project superintendent, Dan Howard, network security administrator; and Jessica Mundt, accounting professional.

Scholarships, Inc., a nonprofit organization serving Brown and Door counties, announced its 2017 officers and new board members. Officers include Giselle Simons, president; Debbie Helmle, vice president; Mark Fischer, treasurer; and Mike Stearney, secretary. Newly elected board members include Anita Resch, Susan Schoenberger and Claire Williams.

Exit Planning Institute and Epiphany Law have announced that Kevin Eismann of Epiphany Law recently earned the Certified Exit Planning Advisor designation.

Marion Body Works has announced the hiring of Mary Jo Wenzel as vice president of finance.

Country Kids Pediatric Therapy Services announced that Arica Jacobs has joined its staff as a physical therapist.

Bank First has promoted Curry Kuehl to business banking representative.

Brian Caley and Jeffrey Townsend have been elected as the newest members of the Stephenson National Bank & Trust board of directors; they both will succeed Bob Barron, who retired from the board earlier this year.

McMahon recently added staff at its corporate headquarters in Neenah. Derek Gruber has joined the architectural department. Jordan Jelinski has joined the company as an engineering technician in the environment and infrastructure department.

Consolidated Construction announced the promotion of Jeremy Walker to strategic account manager of food and beverage within its business development team. The company also hired Andy Wilke as project manager.

Appleton-based boutique writing agency Writing by Design welcomed Kayde Kempen to its team as a communications and SEO specialist.

Rebecca Schoenebeck joined the University of Wisconsin-Marinette as the continuing education program specialist for developing community class programming serving the professional, academic, youth and cultural needs of the community.

Michael Rust, executive director of the Winnebago Conflict Resolution Center, Inc., received the 2016 President’s Award from the Wisconsin Association of Mediators.

Vital Essentials announced the addition of Breanna Santy, who will join the team as an inside sales representative.

Agnesian HealthCare welcomed Margaret Boyd, LAc, LMT, acupuncturist, to its Integrative Health services located at the Agnesian Health Plaza building in Fond du Lac. She is now accepting patients.

Holy Family Memorial hired certified family nurse practitioner Heather Meeusen to HFM Otolaryngology.

The organization announced that family medicine physician Dr. Xa Xiong has been named 2016 Family Physician of the Year by the Wisconsin Academy of Family Physicians.

Dr. Shaheda Govani, owner of Govani Dental, was one of three Wisconsin dentists inducted into the American College of Dentists at its national meeting in Denver. In addition, Govani earned the New Dentist Leadership Award from the Wisconsin Dental Association.

Northern Electric, Inc. has promoted Luke Weiner as its new project manager.

Walter Schonfeld, president of Deluxe-Technicolor Digital Cinema, has joined the Goodwill NCW board of directors.

GENEX, a cattle genetics cooperative, welcomed three employees to its Shawano location: Joanne Born, customer service representative; Cody Fehrman, semen distribution specialist; and Scott Dehn, international distribution specialist.

Investors Community Bank announced that Sandy Retzki has joined the bank as vice president – business banking, based in the Stevens Point office.