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People You Should Know (Dec. 5)

  • Published Thursday, Dec. 5, 2013, at 12 a.m.

Accounting

Marc Milleson has joined AGH Wealth Management, an affiliate of Allen, Gibbs & Houlik, as a managing director.

Tim Penner has joined AGH Wealth Advisors, an affiliate of Allen, Gibbs & Houlik, as a compliance associate.

Clark Armor has joined AGH Wealth Advisors, an affiliate of Allen, Gibbs & Houlik, as a financial consultant.

Architecture

Sarah Volkman has joined GLMV Architecture as marketing coordinator.

Banking

Chris Francois has joined Midland National Bank, which has offices in Newton and North Newton, as vice president-commerical loans.

Construction

Dave Edleston and Mark McCreight have joined Simpson Construction Services. Edleston as a project manager and McCreight as project superintendent.

Education

The Independent School has announced that Jay Allen, Lisa Snipes and Elizabeth Wickham have been chosen to serve on its board of directors.

Health Care

Georges Elhomsy has joined KU Wichita Endocrinology and will see patients at Cypress Medical Park.

Law

F. James Robinson Jr., an attorney with the law firm of Hite Fanning & Honeyman, has been awarded the Distinguished Service Award 2013 by The Kansas Association for Justice.

Nonprofits

HopeNet, a privately funded non-profit organization specializing in crisis counseling, has added the following staff. Kristen Page, licensed professional counselor; Sherry Haslam, licensed professional counselor; Jera Wright, communications coordinator of events and volunteers; and Kathy Hammar, bookkeeper.

HopeNet has added the following members to its board of directors. Cliff Hartman, Spirit AeroSystems; BJ Sheu, Rose Hill Business Center and Joy Development; and Tom Wang, Viega.

Organizations

The Young Professionals of Wichita has announced its 2014 board members. Lora Jennings, Martin Pringle Attorneys at Law; board chairwoman; Ian Worrell, Intrust Bank, chair-elect; Laura Bernstorf, Airbus Americas Engineering, secretary; Dennis Clary, past chair; Mike Converse, Keating & Associates, member at large; Ellen Decker, Allen, Gibbs & Houlik, advisory council chair; Sundee Dunn, member at large; David Friedberg, Precision Point Software, community relations chair; Nate Hinkel, USAIG, ambassadors chair; Crystal Hough, Airbus Americas Engineering, member at large; Olga Khakova, Bombardier Learjet, Leadership Link chair; Greg Klenda, Klenda Austerman, Attorneys at Law, community advisor; Joslyn Kusiak, Klenda Austerman, Attorneys at Law, Nexus chair; Carmen Mille, Allen, Gibbs & Houlik, access chair; Amanda Roth, Emprise Bank, Mosaic chair; James Woods, Positive Directions, community advisor; Jaimie Zellner, Wichita Downtown Development Corporation, Pulse chair; and Shea Zuckerman, Cessna Aircraft Company, member at large.

The Kansas Society for Children with Challenges has named its board of directors for 2014. Charlie Chandler, president; Jan Randle, vice president; Frank Carson III, treasurer, and Steve Woods, secretary. The following directors will serve new three-year terms: Dean Baesel, Kathy Coufal, Bill Edison, Dr. Kathy Melhorn, Jan Randle of Wichita; Frank Carson III of Mulvane; Molly McVicker of Hutchinson; and John Floyd of Sedan.

Real Estate

Cindy Stephens and Jill Stich have joined Weichert Realtors’ Compass Point.

People You Should Know, compiled by Peggy Smith, reports new hires, promotions and accomplishments. Items for the column can be mailed to The Eagle Business Team, 825 E. Douglas, Wichita, KS 67202 or e-mailed to psmith@wichitaeagle.com. E-mailed photos must be in JPEG format.

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