People you should know (June 27)
06/28/2012 12:00 AM
06/27/2012 1:37 PM
Lindsay Downing and Toni Cypret have joined the accounting staff at Criser, Gough & Parrish.
Rachel Stuhlsatz has joined the general practice group of Kennedy and Coe.
D. Scot Loyd of Swindoll, Janzen, Hawk & Loyd in McPherson, has earned the credential of Certified Fraud Examiner.
Maia Hoelzinger has joined GLMV Architecture as an intern architect.
Joe Perez has joined LawKingdon Architecture as a project manager.
Twenty five people recently completed the Certificate of Supervision at the Center for Management Development at Wichita State University, a 10 week program that builds leadership skills. The participants were chosen by their respective companies based on their current job function and/or their potential to excel. Those that completed the training include: Adam Wells and Ethan Rowley, Central Power System & Services; Amanda Huelskamp, Global Parts Inc.; Bill Ramsey, Triumph Accessory Service; Brandon Linot, Nations Pizza; Chris Hummel and Jaime Linares, Bombardier Aerospace; Craighton Moore and Mike Shipman, Tramco Inc.; Don Stephens, Farrar Corporation; Frank Hackenburg and Tim Crick, TECT Aerospace; James Starkweather, Lowen Corporation; Jeff Endsley, Karl Schafer and Josh Martin, BG Products; Jesse Foreman, Credit Union of America; Kendra Wood, Meritrust Credit Union; Kevin Timmermeyer, City of Newton; Kevyn Ternes, Arkansas City Police Dept.; Oweda Saunders, High Touch Inc.; Robin Lynes, USD 259; Rodrecus Armstrong, AGCO Corporation; Sheri Weaver, Asbury Park; and Monica Holick, Wichita State University
Joleen Zivnuska, a certified women’s health nurse practitioner, has joined Prairie Gynecology.
Brooke Seager, a licensed marriage and family therapist, has opened a private practice in the Center for Hope and Healing.
Denise Fry has joined the Hospice Care of Kansas El Dorado team as a patient care manager. Holli Atwood has joined the team as a registered nurse.
Donna Drew and Elaine Paul have joined the Hospice Care of Kansas Newton team as registered nurses.
Linda Lupton has joined the Wichita Hospice Care of Kansas team as a Hospice Aide.
Steven Wheatley has joined the Kansas General Office of New York Life Insurance as an agent..
Dan Monnat, of Monnat & Spurrier, has been recognized by Chambers USA 2012 as one of the state’s most notable litigators in the areas of white-collar crime and government investigations.
The Starkey Foundation has announced its officers and members for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2012. The officers include: Ron Terzian, retired, Boeing Company, president; Judy Hull, Artists of Old Town and Starkey parent, vice president; Richard Honeyman, Hite, Fanning & Honeyman LLP, secretary; and Dee Strella, Lincoln Financial Group, treasurer. Board members are: Patty Arst, community volunteer; John Baker, Fee Insurance Group; Gary Black, Waste Management; Jeanette Christman, community volunteer; Myra Devlin, Devlin Interiors; Marla Flentje, The Austin Peters Group and Starkey parent; Kathy Goebel, Star Lumber; Steve Kerwick, Foulston Siefkin; Mark Koch, Bank of Kansas; Helene Longhofer, community volunteer; Julie Lutz, Fidelity Management; Brian McGuire, certified public accountant; Jette Mortensen, registered nurse; Becky Price, artist; Brad Schreck, Schreck Financial Group; and Ross Viner, Ross Viner & Associates.
Tim Buchanan, founder and CEO of Legend Senior Living, was elected to the Assisted Living Federation of America Board of Directors.
Randy Bowles has joined the commercial office of J.P. Weigand & Sons as a real estate sales associate.
C. Linda Mason with Prudential Dinning-Beard has earned her Fine Homes Designation.
Great Plains Communications has announced the following new hires. Dave Callison, sales engineer and Dave Kuestersteffen, technician.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org. E-mailed photos must be in JPEG format.
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