People you should know (May 16)

05/16/2013 12:00 AM

05/15/2013 5:40 PM

Advertising

Meghan Smith has been hired as a graphic designer by the Greteman Group.

Architecture

Stephanie Hoeman of LawKingdon Architecture has completed her Architect Registration Exam and fulfilled all requirements and is now a licensed architect.

Banking

David Marshall has been named chief financial officer of Union State Bank and Docking Bancshares in Winfield.

Health Care

Kristen Hauserman and Laura Ballard, both nurse practitioners, have joined Moeller Dermatology.

Organizations

The Kansas Chapter of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society has named Adam Mott, Beechcraft, the 2013 Man of the Year and Laura Olson-Oxley, E. L. Bailer, 2013 Woman of the Year.

The Wichita Business Coalition on Health Care elected new leadership at its annual meeting. Cathy Holdeman, assistant city manager of Wichita, will serve as president. Jon Rosell, executive director of the Medical Society of Sedgwick County, remains vice president, and Kelley Williams, associate vice president of administration and finance at Friends University, will be secretary and treasurer.

Others elected to the board were: Kevin Arnel, managing partner at Foulston Siefkin; Matt Quinn, chief operating officer at Mid-America Orthopedics; Shelley Duncan, president and CEO at Youthville; cardiologist Gregory Duick; Steve Edgar, CEO of Galichia Heart Hospital; Dave Gambino, chief strategy and regional administrative officer for Via Christi Health; Teresa Rupp, executive director of Child Start; and Dyan Thornton, vice president at IMA.

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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