People You Should Know (Sept. 3)
09/03/2014 1:00 PM
09/03/2014 1:00 PM
Randy Crook and Scott Durkee have joined Shelden Architecture – Crook as a project manager and Durkee as a BIM manager.
Micha Mohr has been promoted to retail sales manager at Equity Bank. She will oversee all consumer customer service at Equity Bank’s four Wichita branches.
Patrick Harbert, executive vice president of Equity Bank, has been named to the Kansas Bankers Association board of directors as a regional representative.
Erika Buckner has been named branch manager of Equity Bank’s west Wichita branch.
Michal Emory, an investment officer with the Trust Company of Kansas, has earned the designation of CFA, chartered financial analyst.
Kenneth Friedel has been named senior vice-president and director of corporate strategies for American State Bancshares.
Stephanie Warren has been named vice president of membership and business services for the Wichita Metro Chamber of Commerce.
The Wichita State University Foundation has named Kara Johnson director of special events and Stacie Williamson, former director of special events, has accepted a position as leadership annual giving officer for the foundation.
Joseph White and Kassidee Lank have joined The Flint Hills Group – Morgan Stanley Wealth Management. White is a financial adviser and financial planning associate, and Lank is a client service associate.
Brad Anderson, a financial representative of Northwestern Mutual, RPS Financial Group, has qualified for the NAIFA Quality Award from the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors.
Physician Melissa Lefebvre has joined the Kansas Kids Heart Center.
Kristina Manion, an otolaryngologist, has joined Via Christi Clinic.
Dan Monnat of Monnat & Spurrier has been recognized by the 2015 edition of Best Lawyers in America.
Brian Taylor has joined Johnston’s as a sales associate/custom specialist.
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