People You Should Know (May 8)
05/08/2014 12:00 AM
05/06/2014 3:37 PM
Tyler Boss, Casey McMillan and Jason Seaton have each been promoted to the position of manager in the audit department of BKD. Jon Garrett has been promoted to manager in the tax department of BKD.
Daniel White has joined Allen, Gibbs & Houlik as an organizational development consultant.
Ivan Veldhuizen, project manager at GLMV Architecture, has earned the Green Globes Professional Certification.
Carson Bank in Mulvane has announced that Frank L. Carson IV has been promoted to executive vice president. Beckie J. Bowers has been promoted to vice president at the bank.
Bryan Barrett has joined Southwest National Bank as a consumer loan officer.
Kenneth Klosterman has been promoted to assistant vice president, senior credit analyst at Bank SNB.
Patrick Ritchie, commercial loan officer for Bank SNB, has completed the 2014 School of Banking Fundamentals.
Cheryl Duerksen and Owen Kendall have each been promoted to bank officer at First Bank of Newton.
April Woodman has been promoted to financial planning assistant with the Stoutheart Financial Group, the practice of Richard Campbell, private wealth adviser for Ameriprise Financial Services.
Richard Campbell, private wealth adviser for Ameriprise Financial Services, has earned membership in the company’s Hall of Fame.
Patricia Reimer, a registered nurse, has joined Prairie View as nurse manager for partial hospital services on the practice’s Newton campus.
Physicians Donna Ewy, Joe W. Luinstra and Timothy Wiens and nurse practitioner Abigail Reinhardt, all of Newton Via Christi Clinic, are now certified medical examiners for the Department of Transportation’s Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. The certification means the doctors have the credentials to perform physical exams for commercial motor vehicle drivers.
The following American Family Insurance agents have been recognized by the company and awarded American Star Excellence in Customer Experience Certification: Leta Logan of Wellington; Ken Schuette of Wichita; Vern Harding of Wichita; Greg Rogers of Wichita; Sandra Means of Wichita; Chris Post of Wichita; Scott Smith of Hutchinson; Kirk Farber of Mulvane; Sheila Metzger of Hutchinson; Don Tolar of Hutchinson; and Wes Higgs of Anthony.
Rural Missouri, Incorporated has selected members of the Wichita Loan Review Committee for the coming year. They include: Brian Chamberlin as committee chairman; Jeff Rich of Garden Plain State Bank; Marc Ward of Emprise Bank; Randall Williams of Fidelity Bank; Craig Burns of Security 1st Title; Shayna Weninger of Dunning & Associates CPA; Richard Lopez of SER Corporation; Scott Soderstrum of Intrust Bank; and Brice Malloy of Legacy Bank. The Wichita Loan Review Committee serves as the approving body of Small Business Administration 504 loans for much of Kansas.
April Fatula and Yvonne Moses have joined Weichert Realtors’ Compass Point as real estate agents.
Janie Showalter has joined the east office of J.P. Weigand & Sons as a residential sales associate.
Susan Sanders has joined the east office of Prudential Dinning-Beard as a sales associate.
Sam Adedire has joined Keller Williams Realty Signature Partners Market Center at the Waterfront as a sales associate.
Dawn Anaya and Dawn Doyle-Phillips have joined Coldwell Banker Plaza Real Estate, 12221 E Central, as licensed Realtors.
Custom Cupboards has announced the appointment of Marcia Dillon to the position of human resources manager, and Ellen Manning joins the company’s information technology department as a programmer and systems analyst.
James Wiser has completed the training to be an ILX Certified Craftsman Level II with Handyman Matters of Wichita.
James Mihm has joined Lowen IT as an account executive.
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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