People You Should Know (March 27)
03/27/2014 12:00 AM
03/26/2014 9:24 AM
Brian Beyer has joined Armstrong Chamberlin as a graphic designer.
Bankers’ Bank of Kansas has elected the following members to serve three-year terms: Dan Coup, president/CEO, First National Bank of Hope, Hope; Mark Keeny, CEO, Citizens Bank of Kansas, Kingman; John Lehman, president/CEO, The First National Bank of Girard, Girard.
Calvin Coady, executive vice president, Bankers’ Bank of Kansas, was elected to a one-year term. David Herndon, executive vice president, Community First Bank, Kansas City, was named chairman of the board, and Kendal Kay, president/CEO, Stockgrowers State Bank, Ashland, was named vice chairman.
Katherine Davidson has joined CrossFirst Bank as relationship banker, and Anne Anderson has joined CrossFirst Bank, which will be located at 13th and Webb Road, as private banking assistant.
Tasha Bucher, vice president and trust officer of The Trust Company of Kansas, has successfully completed the requirements and has earned the designation of Certified Trust and Financial Advisor.
Katie Olsen has joined the Trust Company of Kansas as trust administrator.
Thomas Ahlf has joined Intrust Bank as a commercial real estate relationship manager.
Eric Glover, engineer, and Tony Young, construction inspector with Ruggles and Bohm, have each received the American Concrete Institute Concrete Field Testing Technician-Grade I certification.
James Farthing has been promoted to vice president Mid-Con at Empire Energy E&P. Farthing had previously been manager of the company’s Great Bend district.
Christine Pileckas, SMG director of sales and marketing for Intrust Bank Arena, has been nominated by Venues Today Magazine for its annual Generation Next Award.
Scott Wilson has joined the practice of Richard Campbell, private wealth adviser for Ameriprise Financial, as a financial adviser.
In partnership with Mass Mutual, Tim Brunson has joined AGH Wealth Management as a financial consultant.
Kristi Froese has been named director of pediatric services at Wesley Medical Center.
Sarah Bird has joined Moeller Dermatology as practice administrator.
Donald Lindstrom has been named general manager of Magnet Applications, a subsidiary of Bunting Magnetics, located in DuBois, Pa.
Beverly Brannigan has been named vice president and general manager of Journal Broadcast Group’s Wichita operations. She will also continue in her role as vice president of programming.
Angela Kessler has been named vice president of development for Rainbows United.
Dawn Wooten has joined Rainbows United as human resource coordinator.
Molly Fox has joined Goodwill Industries of Kansas as vice president of marketing and development.
Azure Winter has joined the west office of Prudential Dinning-Beard Realtors as a sales associate.
Amy Delgado and Maria Ortiz have joined the east office of Prudential Dinning-Beard Realtors as sales associates.
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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