People You Should Know (June 26)
06/26/2014 12:00 AM
06/25/2014 9:25 AM
Ben Dreiling and Matt Weaver have joined Allen, Gibbs & Houlik as interns in the firm’s assurance department.
Morgan Whitham has joined Kennedy and Coe as an intern.
Eron Rawson has joined Intake Studios as an editor.
Gray Brand has joined Associated Integrated Marketing as an account service intern.
Allison Le has joined GLMV Architecture as an intern in architecture.
Crossfirst Holdings has hired Shay Regular as a personal banker and Carolyn Doerksen as a receptionist.
Kimberly Beltran has been promoted to manager of Mid American Credit Union’s branch at the Sedgwick County Courthouse.
Melinda Cushenbery has been named branch manager of the Arkansas City branch of Mid American Credit Union.
Chris Callen has been named chief executive officer of Builders Plus Concrete. Hal Callen has taken the role of chief operations officer.
Kate Hagman has joined Stoutheart Financial Group, The Practice of Richard Campbell, Ameriprise Financial, as a paraplanner.
Patrick Healy, Anesthesia Consulting Services, has been awarded the Outstanding Teacher of the Year Award in the Department of Anesthesia, KU School of Medicine-Wichita.
Meg Foreman has joined Young Professionals of Wichita as program and marketing manager within the Wichita Metro Chamber of Commerce.
Caleb Neble, Dasni Perera and Nicole West have been named community living supervisors at Starkey. Karen Merrill has been named community living scheduling supervisor.
The Kansas Turnpike Authority has hired Steve Hewitt as director of administration and Noah Taylor as communications intern. Brett Eitzen has been promoted to digital medial 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 firstname.lastname@example.org. E-mailed photos must be in JPEG format.
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