People You Should Know
04/24/2014 12:00 AM
04/23/2014 2:21 PM
Melanie Joseph of GLMV Architecture has earned the Green Globes Professional Certification.
LawKingdon Architecture has announced the following new hires: James Brickman, mechanical engineering E.I.T.; Larry Webb, project manager; Jessica Wineinger, electrical engineering drafter; Rachel Brandt, job captain; Megan Riles, interior designer; Amy Pile, Leslie Ohlman and Ashley Markley, architectural drafters; Jerica Newby, accounting assistant; Jeff Ripley, senior plumbing designer; Kristin Tresner, project architect; and Kyle Heier, architectural intern.
Meritrust Credit Union has announced the following promotions: Leo Fernandez, assistant branch manager; Breanna Fisher, contact center associate II; Taylor Metcalf, member service associate I; and Shannon Watkins, director of market development-Manhattan.
At the annual meeting of the Kansas Credit Union Association Jim Holt, Mid American Credit Union, was awarded the Professional of the Year Award and James Nastars, Meritrust Credit Union, was elected to the organization’s board of directors.
Richard Ungaro has been appointed senior vice president, operations of Pulse Systems, a provider of electronic health record, practice management and revenue cycle management solutions.
Wichita American Marketing Association has announced the following new members: Olliea Linn, Heartland Branding Group; Maddie Blevins, Sharri Riley, Hawley Shoffner and Nicole Copp, Copp Media Services; Jennifer Keller, City of Derby and Amandine Ta, Professional Engineering Consultants.
Emily Sippel has joined Start Lumber and Supply as an interior design specialist.
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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