People you should know (March 28)
03/28/2013 12:00 AM
03/27/2013 8:38 AM
Susan Bloomer has joined the administration department of Allen, Gibbs & Houlik as an administrative assistant. Betsy Galdean has joined the tax department at AGH as a seasonal staff member.
Brad Painchaud has joined Squid Ink Creative as the director of business development.
Jim Haines, director of Allette and a Clark Distinguished Professor of Business at Washburn University, has been appointed to the board of directors of Sunflower Bank.
Legacy Bank has announced the following new hires: Heather Darling, part-time teller; Nicole Donohue, retail CSR II; and Susan Marks, full-time teller.
Damian Rowe, who practices at Prairie Path Chiropractic in North Newton, has become a Science Based Nutrition affiliated provider.
Khalida Mahdi, who is board certified by the American Board of Family Medicine, has joined the immediate care teams at Via Christi Clinic.
The Pregnancy Crisis Center of Wichita has named its 2013 board of directors and officers. Officers are: Sharree Moore, president; Phil Thengvall, vice president; Kent Kruske, treasurer; and Jennifer Szambecki-Benninga, secretary. Directors include J enifer Cook, Liane Felton, Erin Hutton, Megan Kice Rebecca Larson, Susan Lear, Susan Lentz, Clarence Moore, Marna Orme, Dan Wilson and Lynn Woolf.
Kevin Minter has joined the sales team of McCormick Armstrong and will be based in Lawrence.
Mike Burgess has joined Prudential Dinning-Beard’s east office as a sales associate.
Lisa Shingleton has joined Realty Executives as a licensed real estate agent.
Jeannie Ahrens and Tonya Stephenson have joined Golden Realtors as licensed sales associates.
Bristole Wamwiri and Maurice Johnson have each been promoted to community living supervisor at Starkey.
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 email@example.com. E-mailed photos must be in JPEG format.
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