People You Should Know (Sept. 26)

09/26/2013 12:00 AM

09/25/2013 10:39 AM

Architecture

John Rhebergen has been promoted to senior vice president and appointed to the management team of the Houston office of GLMV Architecture.

Banking

Mark Murphy has been promoted to small business banking specialist at Commerce Bank.

Health Care

Adolfo Villanueva, a hospitalist with Via Christi Clinic, is now providing services at Via Christi Hospital, 14800 W. St. Teresa.

Insurance

Ronald Paulseen and C.L. Meigs, agents with New York Life, have been named to the company’s Chairman Level of Kansas Council Agents 2013.

Aeramy Porter, Gary Myers, John Scott, Glenn Jagodzinskie, Richard Hoover, Ryan Vavricka and Brandon Paulseen, agents with New York Life, have been named to the company’s President’s Level of Kansas Council Agents 2013.

Law

Dan Monnat of Monnat & Spurrier, has been recognized by The Best Lawyers in America 2014 as 2014 Wichita Criminal Defense: Non-White-Collar Lawyer of the Year.

Nonprofits

Tami Bradley, managing partner of Bothner and Bradley and Tom Martin, Hub Tool have been named members of the 2013-2014 board of directors of The Wichita Community Foundation. Current board officers include: Sheryl Wohlford, chair; Brian Black, vice-chair; Ed Healy, secretary; Steve Houlik, treasurer and Sharol Rasberry, immediate past chair.

The American Heart Association has announced its board of directors for 2013-2014. They include Karen Cox, ProviDRs Care, chair; Dondi Henak, Cox Media, vice chair; P. David Margolis, Via Christi Clinic, president; Shilpa Kshatriya, Heartland Cardiology, vice president; Barth Hague, Wichita State University, immediate past chair; Kim Hartwell, Hillside Medical Office, MyLifeCheck chair; and Pat Gearhart, Bank of Kansas, Midwest affiliate board member. Other members include: Bill Brown, Beechcraft Corp.; Larry Bugg, EagleMed; Laura Dakhil Monahan, Hinkle Law Firm; Steve Edgar, Galichia Heart Hospital; Wanda Eilts, Merrill Lynch; Dalrona Harrison, Preferred Health System; Sherry Hausmann, Via Christi Health, Joyce Helsmeyer, Kansas Heart Hospital; Anthony Kruse, BKD; Justan Shinkle, Foulston Siefkin; and Stephanie Wiens, Occidental Management.

Amber McGown has been named to the Shocker Track Club Inc. board of directors.

Real Estate

Kristine Warner has joined the Derby office of J.P. Weigand & Sons as a residential real estate sales associate.

Katie Walton has joined the Newton office of J.P. Weigand & Sons as a residential real estate sales associate.

Alexa Pelton has joined the new homes division of J.P. Weigand & Sons as a residential real estate sales associate.

The Wichita Area Association of Realtors has announced its newly elected board of directors. Members are: Lance Ferguson, Re/Max Realtor Professionals; Leah Lawrence, Coldwell Banker Plaza, David Leyh, Landmark Commercial Real Estate; and Braden McCurdy, McCurdy Auction. Other directors include: Dwyn Thudium, Crown III Realty, president; Chonci Lekawa, Re/Max Realty Premier, president elect; Jerry Gray, J.P. Weigand & Sons, past president; Kim Brace, J.P. Weigand, John McKenzie, Coldwell Banker Plaza; John Quincy, Camelot Realty; Angie George, Prudential Dinning-Beard; Jeffrey Richardson, Crown III Realty; Brenda Noffert, Realty World Alliance; and Patty Sanders, Prudential Dinning-Beard.

Peter Salmeron has joined Coldwell Banker Plaza Real Estate as a Realtor.

Services

Chelsi Lange and Lisa Means have each been promoted to apprentice at Charisma Inner Beauty.

Julia Wagle has been promoted to an associate at Charisma Inner Beauty.

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 psmith@wichitaeagle.com. E-mailed photos must be in JPEG format.

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