People You Should Know (Aug. 21)
08/20/2014 8:28 AM
08/20/2014 9:09 AM
Loren Erway has joined Hiebert & Decker CPA’s as a staff accountant.
Terra Rumback has been named project manager at Armstrong Chamberlin. Lyndsey Stafford has joined the agency’s creative team as a graphic designer.
Tate Blanton has joined Credit Union of America as a community outreach and communications specialist.
Nicole Schaar has joined Bank SNB as vice president, treasury management sales representative.
Keith Hughes, CEO of the First National Bank of Hutchinson, has been named to the Kansas Bankers Association board of directors as an at-large representative.
Michael Morrison has joined Pulse Systems as chief technology officer and senior vice president of product development.
Susie Ternes, an audiologist with Via Christi Hospital, has been recognized by Oticon Focus on People Awards as the first place winner in the practitioner category.
Stephen Joseph and Ross Hollander, attorneys with Joseph, Hollander & Craft, have been recognized by Best Lawyers in America – 2015.
KANSEL, a nonprofit providing adult education programs, has named its board members. They are: Karen Smith, business manager, Westar Energy; Mark Koch, senior vice president, Carson Bank; Dawn Morse, vice president, Bank of America; Melissa Gregory, community volunteer; Bob Gainer, machinist, Cessna; Tracee Adams, financial adviser, Morgan Stanley.
East Wichtia Rotary has announced its board of directors: Chris Kibler, president; Joe Goetz, vice president/president elect; Ric Wolford, immediate past president; Eileen Kludt, secretary; Steve Peterson, treasurer; Ann Buckendahl and Terry Wiggers, community service; Fred Heismeyer and Pat O’Donnell, international service; Eileen Kludt and Fred Thurlow, membership; Anne Corriston and Scott Holder, public relations; Phil May, administration; and Kim Hurtig, club executive.
Erin Courtney and Earnestine Curtis have joined the east office of Prudential Dinning-Beard as sales associates.
Amy Welch has joined Charisma Inner Beauty West as an apprentice stylist.
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