People on the Move – July 2013

Posted on Jul 1, 2013 :: People and Business on the Move
Posted by , Insight on Business Staff Writer

The History Museum at the Castle in Appleton has named Matthew J. Carpenter as its new executive director. Carpenter has been deputy director and curator of collections at the History Museum since 1998.

Diane Abraham was named president and chief executive officer of the Oshkosh Area Community Foundation Board of Directors. Abraham began work on July 1. She was previously vice president of philanthropy for Dignity Health Arizona and Interim President and CEO of Barrow Neurological and St. Joseph’s Foundations, in the Phoenix metropolitan area.

Kevin Tenpas has been named president and CEO of Wisconsin Bank & Trust, a Madison-based community bank serving businesses and individuals from 10 branch offices statewide including offices in De Pere and Sheboygan.

Stephen T. O’Hearn and Martin Jack Rosenblum were honored with “Outstanding Alumni Awards” from the University of Wisconsin-Fox Valley Foundation, Inc.

Stephanie Lietzau-Erdman, director of operations for Harley-Davidson’s Ride Entertainment Group in Milwaukee, was the recipient of Fox Valley Technical College’s 2013 Outstanding Alumni Award. Lietzau-Erdman graduated from FVTC in 2000 with a degree in Culinary Arts & Hospitality Tourism.

Dr. Dave Krueger was recently named executive director of Bellin-ThedaCare Healthcare Partners, an integrated clinical initiative between Bellin Health, ThedaCare and independent physicians.

Sally Simon joined SRC Technologies as director of business administration.

Mark Vincent, senior electrical project engineer at Somerville Inc., served as a judge for the 2013 Environmental Protection Agency’s P3 competition. The P3 competition, which stands for people, prosperity and planet, is a design competition for college students to develop scientific, technical and policy solutions to sustainability challenges.

Chad Fulwiler rejoined Leibold in Neenah as director of marketing and business development. Fulwiler has 23 years of experience in strategic branding, package design and integrated marketing.

Dr. John S. Toussaint has earned his second Shingo Research and Professional Publication Award for his book, “Potent Medicine: The Collaborative Cure for Healthcare.”

Fox Valley Technical College announced its annual staff awards, recognizing exemplary performance in three categories. The 2013 winners are Barb Dreger, director of college marketing, recipient of the Carol Mishler Leadership Award; Bob Klein, counselor, recipient of the H. Victor Baldi Excellence in Instruction Award; and Christine Lee, administrative assistant, recipient of the Educational Support Personnel Association Award of Excellence.

Joey Lam has been hired as vice president, business solutions manager, in the Information Technology Service Center at Associated Bank in Green Bay. Lam has more than 25 years of banking experience. His previous positions were with Bank of America and Union Bank.

Paul Cantwell, vice president of manufacturing of ASPIRO, was awarded the 2012 National Council of Work Center’s Management Excellence Award. The award recognizes an individual who has demonstrated outstanding contributions to the employment of people with disabilities through the AbilityOne Program.

Kelly Ann Hekler, convention sales manager at the Fox Cities Convention & Visitors Bureau, was named to the 2013-2015 Meeting Professionals International-Wisconsin (MPI-WI) Board of Directors. Hekler will serve a two-year term starting in July and will be director of publications (agenda newsletter), advertising and community outreach.

Kelly Ellis was named the executive director for The Einstein Project, a non-profit agency providing science resources to K-8 schools throughout Wisconsin. Ellis was most recently the director of resource development at the Brown County United Way.

Tyler Morey was hired as community manager of Candeo Creative in Oshkosh. Morey earned his MBA from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh.

Beverly Carmichael, assistant chancellor for university advancement at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, is resigning as of July 15 to become vice president of institutional advancement at Flager College in St. Augustine, Fla.

Brandon Songetay, owner, and Kimberly Wells, general manager, opened a new restaurant, The Remedy Pub & Eatery at 1513 Washington St., Two Rivers.

Holly Goza has been promoted to director of finance, retail banking for the Green Bay corporate office of Associated Banc-Corp. Goza is a certified public accountant and graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. Goza has 30 years of experience in finance and recently served as associate director of finance, retail banking at Associated. Her career with Associated spans 11 years.

Deanna Macaluso has been hired as vice president, residential lending compliance QC review manager of Associated Banc-Corp.

Keith Haselton was promoted to assistant vice president, residential loan officer of Associated Banc-Corp. He has 13 years of finance experience. His office is in Rhinelander.

John Uecker was recently hired as tax manager at Orion Energy Systems in Manitowoc.

Steve Leaman of Horicon Bank in Fond du Lac received the 2013 Donald G. Jones Leadership Alumni Award from the Fond du Lac Area Association of Commerce. The award is presented annually to an outstanding community member and graduate of the Leadership Fond du Lac program.

ThedaCare hired Shane Smith as director of its cardiovascular value stream. Smith is an American College of Sports Medicine registered clinical exercise physiologist. He is currently pursuing his master’s degree in health care administration.

Sheboygan-based Abacus Architects, Inc. has hired Eric Halbur as a project manager.

Mason Statezny of Neenah and Joe Beltz of Appleton are sharing Goodwill’s “Outstanding Achiever for June” honor. Statezny and Beltz are manufacturing controllers for Children’s Products, a family-owned business in Neenah that manufactures children’s furniture and mattresses.

Dr. Brett Young is now on staff at the Theda Clark Medical Center in Neenah. He has been practicing in Northeast Wisconsin since 2002. He received his medical degree at the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee.

David Yeghiaian, founder of Unique Business Solutions, was hired as director of Corporate Development at Holy Family Memorial in Manitowoc.

Chad Calmes was promoted to vice president of operations of Green Bay-based Bayland Buildings, Inc. Calmes has worked at Bayland Buildings, Inc. for 12 years, most recently as the project management department leader.

Jim Jack, reliability engineer for Georgia-Pacific in Green Bay, received an award for manufacturing excellence from Crane Engineering and manufacturing partner ITT Goulds Pumps. The award recognizes individuals for their exceptional work in pump operations, maintenance or optimization.

Norm Trisler, sales associate with Coldwell Banker The Real Estate Group Waupaca office, has earned membership in the company’s International Diamond Society, a level achieved by only the top 9 percent of all sales representatives worldwide in the Coldwell Banker system.

Cherie Lindberg, MSE, LPC, NCC, certified brainspotting and EMDR therapist and founder of Get Connected Counseling, LLC, a mental health counseling practice located in Appleton, welcomed new co-owner Chris Chantelois, MAC, LPCIT, certified brainspotting therapist. Lindberg earned her MSE from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh and Chantelois earned her MAC from Lakeland College.

Kendra Hansen of Graef-USA Inc., an engineering and consulting firm in Green Bay, was elected to serve as an associate during the firm’s 2013 annual meeting. Hansen has been with the firm for nine years.

Tom Boldt, of The Boldt Company in Appleton, was the recipient of the Pnazek’s Box Award, for his role in the expansion of CAP’s Skills Enhancement Program. The award recognizes an individual who creates “outside the box” ideas that have a positive impact on the people served by CAP or similar organizations.

Kelley Rudolph was hired at Legato Healthcare Marketing in Green Bay as art director. Rudolph previously worked at Imaginasium, a branding and advertising agency in Green Bay. She has more than 25 years of design experience.

Marcia Roehrig was hired by Integrity Insurance of Appleton as commercial underwriter. Roehrig previously worked as a commercial lines underwriter at Secura Insurance in Appleton. Patrick Hughes was hired as associate commercial lines underwriter at Integrity. Prior to his new role, Hughes was a property claims rep with Integrity since June 2011.

Dr. Shawn Hennigan of Aurora BayCare Medical Center in Green Bay became the first doctor in Wisconsin to perform a total shoulder anthroplasty using e+ technology, a vitamin E blended polyethylene component.

Keith Voss and Shaun Swanson were hired by Directions Marketing, an integrated marketing communications and packaging agency based in Neenah.

Four new physicians joined BayCare Clinic in Green Bay: Dr. Ramon Ray G. Rayel, Dr. Matthew A. Schmidt, Dr. Timothy R. Cooper and Dr. Christopher Skowlund. Dr. Rayel received his medical degree from the University of the Philippines in Manila and completed his residency in internal medicine at Mercy Catholic Medical Center, Darby, Pa. Dr. Schmidt received his medical degree from and completed his residency in internal medicine at the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee. Dr. Cooper received his medical degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and completed his residency in anesthesia at the Medical College of Wisconsin Affiliated Hospitals in Milwaukee. Dr. Skowlund received his medical degree from the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee and completed his residency in diagnostic radiology at the Medical College of Wisconsin/Froedtert Hospital, also in Milwaukee. Dr. Jonathan C. Renkas was hired by BayCare Clinic Emergency Physicians in Green Bay. Dr. Renkas earned his medical degree at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and completed his residency in emergency medicine at Resurrection Medical Center in Chicago. Dr. William Witmer, Dr. Francis G. Wolf and Dr. David Mathias of BayCare Clinic received recognition from the Heart/Stroke Recognition Program for providing quality care to their patients.

Mark Fiebrink, former president and chief operating officer at Wausau Insurance Companies, was elected as the chair of the board of directors of Jewelers Mutual Insurance Company of Neenah and Kurt Steckbeck, chief executive officer of North American Jewelers Inc., as its new vice chair. Outgoing chair Nancee James served in the position for four years and will continue her work with Jewelers Mutual as a board member. Carl Rudolph, a financial services consultant, has retired from the board of directors after 10 years of service. Sherry Manetta and John Ward were appointed to Jewelers Mutual Insurance Company’s board of directors. insurance and financial services industries.

Ten CAP Services employees have been certified as family development specialists by the University of Iowa National Resource Center for Family Centered Practice. To be certified, individuals must complete eight days of classroom training, maintain a case portfolio, and pass an exam. The following staff members achieved the certification: Diane Shaver, site manager at the Family Development Center, Stevens Point; Chris Lee, family services specialist, Oxford; Jen Stroup, early Head Start home visitor, Stevens Point; Paula Flynn, early Head Start home visitor, Stevens Point; Stacey Myers, Head Start home visitor, Waupaca County; Kim Calmes, skills development manager, Outagamie County; Kara Vassar, skills and family development manager, Outagamie County; Natalie Hayes, skills development manager, Portage County; Deborah Clark, parent educator, Waushara County; and Dotty Bauer, transitional living services specialist, Waupaca County.