On the Move – People

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On Broadway, Inc. of Green Bay hired Brian Johnson as executive director. Johnson had been with the Greater Green Bay Chamber for nearly 10 years, first as the young professionals and career education program manager, then as the young professional program manager. In this role, he will work directly with the OBI Board of Directors as well as lead the staff and volunteers.

Chris Augustian, chief executive officer of BayCare Clinic, was named chairman of the board of managers at Aurora BayCare Medical Center. He was recognized in 2009 as one of the Green Bay Area Chamber of Commerce’s “40 People Under 40 You Should Know” and has been a member of Aurora BayCare’s board for four years.

Todd Kelsey, executive vice president and chief operating officer of Plexus, will become president and CEO on Oct. 2. He replaces Dean Foate, who will retire after 14 years in the role. Foate led the development of Plexus’ differentiated go-to-market strategy and transformed the business to provide a more comprehensive array of product solutions.

BLC Community Bank hired Steve Tramp as executive vice president and chief lending officer. Tramp joins the senior management team and is responsible for overseeing the growth of BLC’s loan portfolio.

Bryon Leggett was hired as vice president of business development for ChemDesign. In this role, he will be responsible for expanding ChemDesign’s customer base in its vertical markets.

James and Miriam Mulva of De Pere donated $13 million to St. Norbert College toward a major expansion and renovation of its Schuldes Sports Center. The gift marks the largest individual contribution to St. Norbert in the 118-year history of the college.

The Fond du Lac Area Association of Commerce Board of Directors appointed Tom Herre as interim president and CEO of the organization. He will serve in this capacity while the board recruits, selects and hires a permanent president and CEO.

The Manitowoc Company, Inc. appointed David J. Antoniuk as vice president and chief financial officer. Carl J. Laurino has resigned as senior vice president and chief financial officer.

Woodward Radio Group promoted Joe Marroe to brand manager for several of its radio stations. In this role, Marroe is responsible for overseeing staff, music systems, promotions and operations of Top 40 WKSZ/WKZY.

Prophit Marketing hired six new staff members: Trevor Ramseier as brand ambassador, Nathan Walasek as a web designer, Dustin Onesti as a programmer, Amber Grossenbach as project manager, Kari Knitt as a graphic designer and Carianne Nackers as a graphic designer.

Integrated Public Resources hired Rick Hermus and Russ Van Gompel to head up its municipal administrator services group.

Miron Construction Co., Inc. hired two new employees at its corporate headquarters: Jessica Mayer was hired as a project manager, and Alyssa Anderson was hired as a marketing and graphics coordinator.

Consolidated Construction Co. Inc., hired two new people in its Appleton office: Joe Campione was hired as a project manager, and Andrea Hiles was hired as an accounts payable assistant.

Megan Huot was hired as a client strategist for Imaginasium, responsible for strategic consultation, planning and overseeing the execution of client objectives.

Holy Family Memorial hired Zarine Anklesaria as administrative director of primary care. Anklesaria will have broad responsibility for overall management and development of HFM’s primary care clinics, which include HMF Behavioral Health, HFM Family Medicine, and other clinics. The company also hired registered nurse Koral Curkeet was awarded the DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nurses by the national Daisy Foundation, recognizing the extraordinary work she performs on a daily basis.

Holy Family Memorial also hired Dr. Cheryl Pitre as a family medicine provider practicing family medicine at HFM’s Shady Lane Clinic.

Cooperative Resources International hired Shiheng (Tobby) Pan as its international product and service specialist. Pan will coordinate marketing of the cooperative’s cattle products and services through wholesale distributors and international retail outlets in more than 60 countries. The company also hired Amber Riesenberg as distributions specialist for CRI’s Genex Cooperative Inc. subsidiary.

Keller Inc. Planners, Architects and Builders promoted Tracy Huiting to head of logistics. Keller also promoted Corey Van Kauwenberg to purchasing agent and hired Laura Klinge as an administrative assistant in the Wausau office.

Legacy Private Trust Company hired Kathleen Brost as a trust and financial advisor within Legacy’s trust administration department.

Competitive Strategies, Inc. hired Tyler Clark and Luke Pribbernow as new business consultants. They will focus on accounting software implementation, custom application development and business process improvement.

Barry Martzahl, managing director of wealth management in Graystone Consulting’s Green Bay office, was named to Barron’s List of America’s Top 1,200 Advisors: 2016 State-by-State. The list includes individuals who are screened on a number of criteria and this is the sixth consecutive year that Martzahl was named to the list.

McMAHON hired Myshelle Roesken as senior draftsperson and Kari Dennis as a marketing director.

Coldwell Banker The Real Estate Group hired several new agents to its company: Vincent LaRoux, Mark LaRoux, Michelle LaRoux and Patrick Sheedy to the Lynndale Drive office; Ralanna Zimmer to the Neenah office; Cheryl Diges to the New London Office; and Alex Oberthaler and Dave Magnuson to the Oshkosh office.

Shoreline Credit Union appointed Sal Piazza as mortgage loan originator.

Investors Community Bank hired Pamela LeGreve as receptionist.

McClone hired Adam Terrell and Jennifer Sundquist as a strategic risk advisors.

Roy Fine joined the law firm of Murphy Desmond S.C. and will be serving clients in the firm’s Appleton and Madison offices.

Matt Winters, executive chef of the Best Western Premier Waterfront Hotel and Convention Center and Premier Waterfront Catering, received the Certified Executive Chef certification awarded by the American Culinary Federation.

ThedaStar flight nurse and safety officer Jeff Grimm was one of 30 people to be certified as a Medical Transportation Safety Professional.

Red Shoes PR, Inc., hired Kristen Schremp as a client solutions strategist. Schremp will serve as the primary contact for several clients, executing strategic communication and providing support with their marketing, public relations and media relations efforts.

Cerebral Palsy, Inc. hired Kristen Paquet as the director of marketing and communications, responsible for direction and oversite of the CP brand and the development and implementation of CP’s overall marketing strategy.

Hurckman Mechanical Industries, Inc., hired Glenn Minch as a service manager.

Miron Construction Co., Inc.’s director of sustainable services, Theresa Lehman was named one of 23 WELL Faculty worldwide and is one of 119 individuals who have earned the credential of WELL Accredited Professional administered by Green Business Certification, Inc. The WELL AP is the new, leading credential signifying advanced knowledge of human health and wellbeing in the built environment.

The Electrical Distributor named Stacey Cooper, e-marketing coordinator at Werner Electric Supply, to its 2015 “30 Under 35” list of rising stars from across the industry.

Wendy K. Potratz, a senior lecturer at the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh, is the recipient of the Wisconsin Institute of Certified Public Accountants Educator Award.

Element Creative of De Pere hired Jess Brisson as web developer. Two other employees, Katie Braun and Molly Wentworth are now certified agency account managers after completing and passing a training exam administered by professional training firm Second Wind.

Jerry Schmidt, market president for the western region of The Stephenson National Bank & Trust, retired. His career started in 1974 as a teller for the Pembine Wausaukee Bank in Wausaukee.

PMI Entertainment Group hired August Hoeltzel and Chelsea McGuire as expo and event coordinators. Brendan Bruss, executive vice president of PMI Entertainment Group, has been appointed to the board of directors of the International Ticketing Association and will serve in the role of treasurer for the organization.

The Wisconsin Sustainable Business Council awarded Evergreen Credit Union President/CEO Mike Brandt with the Sustainable Leadership Award.

Dr. William W. Voelter joined Plastic Surgery and Skin Specialists by BayCare Clinic.

Dr. Jeffrey L. Shere joined BayCare Clinic Eye specialists in Green Bay. Shere is board-certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology.

Agnesian HealthCare announced several new additions:  Heather Kuphal, family nurse practitioner at the Center for Sleep Disorders at St. Agnes Hosptial; Tamara Langhoff, pediatric nurse practitioner at the Treffert Center in Fond du Lac; and Dr. Jennifer Norden, integrative health physician at the Agnesian Health Plaza Building in Fond du Lac. Estie Muranyi, a St. Agnes Hospital surgical nurse was presented with a Nightingale Award for Nursing Practice by the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh College of Nursing and Board of Visitors. The company also hired Kristi Sook as a psychotherapist to St. Agnes Hospital’s Outpatient Behavioral Health Services. Sook works with patients 13 years and older on a variety of concerns including: Adjustment disorder, anger management, anxiety/panic disorder and other related concerns.

Affinity Health System and Ministry Health Care hired Sheri Graeber to Affinity Medical Group’s behavioral health department.

Sarah Botham and Peter Cunningham joined the Road American board of directors at the company’s 2016 annual meeting. Directors William Wuesthoff and Fred Stratton Jr. have retired.

Cathie Tierney, president and CEO of Community First Credit Union, has been reelected to PSCU’s (Payment Systems for Credit Unions) Board of Directors for a three-year term.

Matthew Johnson, branch manager for Fehr Graham, was recognized as one of the 2016 Rising Stars in Civil Engineering by Civil + Structural Engineer magazine.

Kaye Forystek joined Exceptional Equestrians to lead its Taking the Lead equine assisted learning program.

American National Bancorp, Inc. approved the addition of three new board members: Robyn Gruner, AT&T director of external affairs; Alex Kowalski, Performance Welding CEO/owner and Paul Northway, American National Bank Fox Cities executive vice president.

Eric Haas has been selected as the president-elect of the National Association for Information Destruction, the non-profit trade association for the secure information destruction industry. Haas is President and CEO of ARMS Inc., a De Pere-based information management and data protection company.

Karen A. Monfre, a partner at Wipfli LLP and managing director at Wipfli Corporate Finance Advisors in Green Bay, is the recipient of the Wisconsin Institute of Certified Public Accountants Achievement Award.

H.J. Martin and Son welcomed Sam Albright to its team as a Job Cost Accountant.

Touchmark, a developer and operator of full-service retirement communities in Wisconsin, the United States and Canada, announced the promotion of Marcus P. Breuer to CEO, taking over for Founder and Chairman Werner G. Nistler, Jr. who will continue to serve as chairman and remain very involved in the company he formed in 1980.

Legato Healthcare Marketing promoted Stephanie Sabel to executive vice president. Previously the director of client strategy, Sabel will now lead Legato Healthcare Marketing’s growth with a focus on marketing strategy, brand management, campaign development and management of the client service, digital and creative teams.

Prospera Credit Union has hired Jerry Ramus as its new vice president of commercial lending.

Vital Essentials hired Marc Heinonen as the company’s Midwest region sales manager.

Chris Hanson, President of Hanson Benefits, was recognized by the Independent Insurance Agents of Wisconsin with a Noble Eagle Award for her 36 months of service to the group’s state board.