On the Move – People

Posted on Mar 1, 2017 :: People on the Move
Posted by , Insight on Business Staff Writer

Dennis Buehler has been named as the president and CEO of the Greater Green Bay Community Foundation.

Oshkosh Door announced its new president, Chris Calawerts, who led the organization’s sales and marketing for the past two years.

Tim Treml, formerly vice president/chief lending officer, was promoted to president of Bank of Luxemburg.

Randy W. Brull was promoted to president and CEO of Aarowcast, a manufacturer of grey and ductile iron castings located in Shawano.

Scott Teerlinck, president of Werner Electric Supply, was named to the New North Inc. board of directors.

Faith Technologies hired Renee Torzala as community relations manager at its corporate headquarters in Menasha.

Menasha Corp. hired Denise Starcher as vice president of human resources.

Road America promoted Michael Kertscher to vice president of business development and Greg Wieser to vice president of operations.

The Fox Cities Performing Arts Center hired Jennifer DuPont as director of event services. She formerly served as marketing manager at Door County Auditorium.

OEC Graphics hired Brent Hoag as corporate operations director.

Kohler Co. hired Kathy Schultz as sales executive and Kelsey DeFillipi as front desk and guest services manager for its new hotel, Lodge Kohler.

Maureen Meinhardt joined Greater Green Bay Habitat for Humanity as donations manager for the ReStore.

After announcing expansion plans in September, Weidert Group has hired six new employees: Lucie Hennetier, inbound marketing assistant; Justin Harrison, website development manager; Stacy Bouchard, inbound marketing consultant; Katelyn Fogle and Amanda Retzki, inbound marketing project managers; and Tammy Borden, content manager.

David Cleary was promoted to assistant director of land development services at R.A. Smith National.

Tara A. Rose joined 44 North Advertising & Design as an account representative.

Daniel Pichler, CPA and partner at Wipfli, joined the board of directors of the Green Bay Area Chamber of Commerce.

Elizabeth Slade of Advance Business & Manufacturing Center and Brown County Culinary Kitchen in Green Bay was named president of Wisconsin Business Incubation Association’s 2017 board of directors. Amy Pietsch of Fox Valley Technical College Venture Center was also named to the board.

Omni Glass & Paint Inc. announced the addition of Leon Peterik as its new safety and risk manager.

Marco promoted Todd Erne to vice president of IT solutions.

Joey Weichmann joined Vital Essentials as Southwest regional manager.

Cooperative Resources International hired Lucas Huntington and John Novitski as sire handlers for Genex, a part of CRI. The company also promoted Tami Zuleger to payroll coordinator.

Mayville Engineering Co. Inc. Chairman, President and CEO Robert D. Kamphuis will continue to serve as chairman of the board of Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce, the state’s chamber of commerce and largest business association.

Kate Thome, financial adviser with Synergy Advisory Group, earned the Chartered Life Underwriter professional designation from The American College, Bryn Mawr, Pa.

ThedaCare named Tammy Bending vice president of critical hospital operations at ThedaCare Medical Center-Berlin. Tina Brechiln, of ThedaCare Regional Medical Center-Neenah, earned her certified specialist status in trauma registry from the American Trauma Society.

BrownBoots Interactive Inc. promoted Patrick Rose to vice president.

Bellin College named Tom Shefchik as its first executive director of advancement. The newly created position focuses on adding growth to the college. Jamie Jergenson also joined the college as development and alumni relations coordinator.

Kelly Dvorak joins Bank First as general counsel and corporate secretary effective March 13.

The University of Wisconsin-Fox Valley named three 2016-17 Kaplan Award recipients: Dr. Saleh Alnaeli, computer science professor; Dr. Dubear Kroening, biological sciences professor; and Christina Marty, English lecturer and Writing Pad coordinator. The awards recognize individuals for significant and innovative improvement in instruction and/or service to students.

ASC Wealth & Retirement Advisors announced that Nathan Schleicher earned the designation Certified 401(k) Professional, and Matthew Krenke has been authorized to use the Certified Financial Planning and CFP certification marks.

The Howard-Suamico Business & Professional Association named new board members for 2017: Sherri Dessell, Detail Xperts of Northeast WI; Nick Vance, NVR Printing; Bob Strazishar, DC Grafx; Diane Schmidtke, Howard-Suamico School District; Jim Lewis, Lewis and Van Sickle LLC; Tom Vanden Heuvel, Waldo Inc.; Damian LaCroix, Howard-Suamico School District; and Paula Pyle, Bank Mutual.

Berners-Schober, an architectural, engineering and interior design firm with offices in Green Bay, named six new shareholders: Christine Brown, interior designer; Brad Hansen, mechanical engineer; Lori Krause, accountant/human resources; Kristin Pritchard, interior designer; Steve Srubas, architect; and Robert Van Lanen, plumbing and fire protection designer.

Ben Brand joined the law firm John M. Kelly, Attorney at Law, LLC, as an attorney.

Briana Rygg, director of IT for Ascension Information Services, joined Women in Technology Wisconsin as its [email protected] chair.

Architectural and engineering firm Performa hired Adam Rohde, mechanical engineer; Matt Van Lanen, project architect; and Mike Leinon, drafting intern.

Troy Haws, an educator for nearly three decades, has been named as principal of Luxemburg-Casco High School.

McMAHON hired Tom Monteverde as a structural engineer to work at its corporate headquarters in Neenah.

Dr. Terry Reisner joined Door County Medical Center’s Algoma clinic as a family practice provider.

Green Bay’s Breast Cancer Family Foundation appointed its 2017 board of directors. New members include: Cathy Jarosinski, United Healthcare; Kevan Kay, N-Tech Consulting; Kathy Donovan, Little Rapids Corp.; Sam Mehlberg, Bellin Health; Christina Peterson, One Law Group, S.C.; and Diane Gaywont, myTeam Triumph.

Appleton-based boutique writing agency Writing by Design announced the promotion of Peter Tolly to communications manager.

Crafts Inc. hired Tammy Herzfeldt as project coordinator.

Rick Parks, president and CEO of Society Insurance, received UW-Fond du Lac’s 2017 Spirit of Excellence award, which honors individuals who have made an exceptional commitment of support to UW-Fond du Lac and the UW-Fond du Lac Foundation.

Brian P. Ruh, an agent for New York Life in New Holstein, has earned membership in the Million Dollar Round Table for 2016.   

The board of directors of the Federal Home Loan Bank of Chicago appointed Sean O’Brien, Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority commercial lending director, to its Community Investment Advisory Council.

The Chamber of Manitowoc County handed out awards to the following individuals at its 100th Annual Dinner and Meeting: Randy Knapp, Colonial Pet Shoppe, chamber champion of the year; Marv Moore, the Medicine Shoppe, young professional of the year; Jessica Johnsrud, Woodland Dunes, education impact award; Michelle Birschbach, Athena Award; and Randy Heinzen, Joseph P. Schmitt “speak up” award.

Bill Baer, a former principal deputy associate attorney general with the U.S. Department of Justice, has been re-elected to a three-year term on the Lawrence University Board of Trustees.

Eric Rueff, DO, has joined Catalpa Health as a child psychiatrist specializing in anxiety disorders, mood disorders, emotional regulation difficulties and parent/child relational conflicts. Angela Savides and Sonya VanBemmel of Ascension/Affinity Behavioral Health have begun working with Catalpa through a partnership between the two organizations to provide adolescent substance abuse services.

Prevea Health now offers dermatology services at Prevea Ashwaubenon Health Center through provider Dr. Patrick Safo. The organization also hired fellowship-trained gastroenterologist Olaitan Adeniji.

Holy Family Memorial hired Katie Brown, certified nurse midwife, at HFM Women’s Health.