On the Move – People

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Ascension appointed Bernie Sherry as senior vice president of Ascension Health/Wisconsin Ministry Market Executive. Sherry replaces Vince Caponi, who served as interim Wisconsin Ministry Market Executive since January.

Great Northern Corporation appointed Robert Atwell, CEO and president of Nicolet Bankshares, Inc., to its board of directors.

Katherine L. Hust was appointed to the energybank board of directors, replacing retired board member Mel Blanke. Hust recently served as vice president of community affairs and held numerous management positions for U.S. Cellular.

Integrity Insurance promoted Jana Cartier to casualty and litigation claims director.

Four regional leaders have been named to the board of directors of New North Inc.: Dr. Susan May, Mark Schwei, David Thiel and William Woodward. May will also be joining the organization’s executive committee as a representative of Northeast Wisconsin Educational Resource Alliance.

Miron Construction Co., Inc. hired Sherry Wall as a project manager at its corporate headquarters in Neenah and Caleb Wallace as a heavy equipment diesel mechanic.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Fox Valley Region hired Julie Kons as executive director.

Faith Technologies promoted Jill Hermans to vice president of talent and she is now responsible for defining and implementing an overall talent management strategy for the organization, including selection, recruitment, retention and succession for the company.

Fox Communities Credit Union of Appleton hired Dawn Doberstein as VP of commercial lending.

Family Services of Northeast Wisconsin, Inc. hired Cara Gosse as vice president of communications and development.

Keller, Inc., Planners Architects and Builders hired Whitney Stecker as HR generalist/recruiter; Scott Brooks as an agricultural project manager; and Jacob Lehmann as an architectural draftsman. Keller also promoted Shawn Timm to expeditor.

Blue Door Consulting of Oshkosh hired Jason Toney as a multimedia consultant to launch the company’s newest service, video marketing, and Cam Heikkinen as a senior lead web and mobile developer.

Christine Loose was promoted to group director of lodging, hospitality & real estate for Kohler Co. Loose will be responsible for The American Club and the Inn on Woodlake.

Mike Pappathopoulos, estimator and project manager for Hamann Construction Co., attended Ceco Building Systems’ National Builder Meeting in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic.

The Appleton Housing Authority promoted Bonnie Osmak to a full-time specialist position.

Andy Selner, president of Roc Building Solutions, De Pere, was honored as one of the home builder’s young leaders and was profiled as one of Professional Builder editor’s “40 Under 40” in the magazine’s March issue.

Skyline Technologies hired three new associates: Joe Uchytil, senior software engineer; Mike Rew, senior software engineer; and Josh Bemus, business intelligence engineer.

Notre Dame Academy hired Kimberly Uelmen as marketing communications manager.

Chris Hanson is the winner of the 2016 Fox Cities Woman Leader of the Year Award from Women in Management-Fox Cities Chapter.

Dan Walsdorf, co-owner of Advanced Custom Geothermal in Kiel, was re-elected president of the board of the Wisconsin Geothermal Association. He was also re-elected to a three-year term as a director.

Mark Van Pay was promoted to vice president, marketing at Great Northern Corporation.

Tweet/Garot Mechanical hired three new employees: Chris Gerrits, engineer; Michael Van Asten, safety manager; and Josh Peterson, systems account manager.

Omni Glass & Paint, Inc., promoted Tim Foust to paint superintendent.

Larry Bloechl of Wil-Kil Pest Control was named 2015 Residential Technician of the Year by Pest Control Technology magazine.

Kurz Industrial Solutions, Inc. promoted Brian Nowak to president and chief executive officer. He replaces Rick Nowak, who recently became chairman of the board for the company.

Pella Windows & Doors hired Amanda Henrickson as a residential trade sales representative and John Ryun as a commercial architectural consultant.

The University of Wisconsin-Fox Valley hired Becky Nielsen as a student life coordinator for its student affairs team.

Element of De Pere hired three new employees: Kara Lichtenberg, account planner and brand strategist; Bill Miston, content marketing and public relations specialist; and Shawn Williams, art director.

Zachary Kaiser joined McClone as a strategic risk advisor.

First National Bank-Fox Valley has promoted six employees: Brooke Johnson to universal teller; Staci Wied to treasury management supervisor; Sarah Johnson to treasury management assistant; Beth Meisel to retail operations supervisor; Heather Salzer to retail operations specialist; and Lea Ann Kolb to retail operations assistant.

Josh Dukelow will host AM 1150 WHBY’s new show Fresh Take, which will be broadcasted at 9 a.m. every morning. The show will focus on issues in the Fox Cities and give listeners a platform for discussion.

Newsmakers Podcast Network named Elliot Christenson as the host of the network’s first hyperlocal podcast, Green Bay Newsmakers. Christenson has been an instructor with Northeast Wisconsin Technical College and held many leadership positions with organizations such as Broadway Business Improvement District, Junior Achievement and ON Broadway, Inc.

Jennifer Weier joined Holy Family Memorial Gastroenterology, a specialty clinic of the Holy Family Memorial Health network.

Agnesian HealthCare hired Michael Hazelberg as a family medicine physician at the Fond du Lac Regional Clinic in Mayville.

Affinity Health System and Ministry Health Care hired Jennifer Haen to Affinity Medical Group’s nursing home services department in Oshkosh.

Broderick Kenner was hired as Touchmark on West Prospect’s wellness nurse.

SMC Metal Fabricators named Dan Ruedinger as its new president. Most recently, Ruedinger was president and CEO of Foldcraft Co., a manufacturer of commercial furniture in Burnsville, Minn.

Keith Pamperin, a member of the initial Leadership Green Bay class of 1985, was awarded the Leo Frigo Leadership Award for his volunteer contributions to the program and to the leadership in the community. Schreiber Foods was awarded the John M. and Meredith B. Rose Business Award given to companies that continue to make a difference in the community and whose leadership exceeds the expected.

Beth Larson was promoted to Regional Banking Manager of the Western Region at the Stephenson National Bank & Trust.

Meals on Wheels of Sheboygan County promoted Allison Thompson to associate executive director.

Performa Inc., architects and engineers hired Tim Hucek as a project architect and Michael Babbitts as an architectural designer.

David Eliot and Madeline Harrison, owners of Peninsula Publishing & Distribution, received the Door County Entrepreneur of the Year award.

Prevea Health hired Kristine Kath as business development manager of LeadWell in Sheboygan.

Packerland Brokerage Services hired Brad Verstegen as director of sales and education.

Attorneys James. L. Cummings and Wyon F. Wiegratz of the Remley & Sensenbrenner Law Firm in Neenah were chosen by their peers for inclusion in the 2016 edition of The Best Lawyers in America in the Specialties of Trusts and Estates and Real Estate Law.

The Wisconsin CASA Association Board of Directors hired Susan Schwartz as its new executive director.

UW-Green Bay professor John Katers was appointed to the position of founding dean of UWGB’s College of Science and Technology. The appointment will go into effect July 1.

Scott Gyorog joined Primary Care Associates of Appleton. Gyorog is board certified in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics.

Holy Family Memorial registered nurse Koral Curkeet was awarded the DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nurses by the National DAISY Foundation.