Insight on Business

November 2015

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w w w . i n s i g h t o n b u s i n e s s . c o m N o v e m b e r 2 0 15 • I NSIGH T | 43 {people} Borde Dickson Paulsen Cazella Nieves ICBA is the nation's voice for community banks. Rose Gruber, executive director of the Wisconsin Council on Problem Gambling, has been elected to a second term on the National Council on Problem Gambling Board of Directors and will serve as the co-chair of the National Affiliates Committee. Sharon Borde joined Excelion Partners, technology consulting and solutions provider, as its client solutions director. Also, Karen Dickson joined the company as a technical resource manager and Ryan Moore joined as its applications solutions director. Destination Kohler hired Ashley Kohler as manager of Yoga on the Lake, the yoga studio located at e Shops at Woodlake Kohler. Miron Construction Co., Inc. announced new employees at its corporate headquarters in Neenah: Robert Paulsen was hired as an industrial project manager and Leah Cazella was hired as a masonry/erection coordinator. e company also hired Miguel Nieves as a warehouse operations laborer. John Murphy, project executive for Miron, was selected as the "Construction Executive of the Year" by e Daily Reporter as part of its 2015 Newsmakers of the Year awards program. Hometown Bank promoted Sara Zwicky to vice president - controller. e Appleton Housing Authority hired Tammy Boone as its executive coordinator. BLC Community Bank hired Luke VanLankvelt, credit officer, and Vicki Running, assistant vice president-technology operations officer. Dempsey Law Firm announced it hired two law clerks: Ashley Swick, an Ohio native, a third-year law student at Marquette University; and Sally Paul, a De Pere native, a second- year law student at Marquette University Law School. Vehicle Security Innovators hired Becky Babiarz as a customer service representative. Suzanne M. Linton, a board- certified adult nurse practitioner and nurse prescriber, joined Wise Woman Wellness! in De Pere. Scholarships, Inc., a nonprofit serving area underrepresented students, announced Brent Roubal as the organization's executive director. Matt Wickstrom joined McMahon Group's mechanical department at its Neenah headquarters as a mechanical systems designer. Nicole Bowman, Bowman Performance Consulting, presented at both the Tribal Education Department's National Assembly and e National Indian Education Association's 46th Annual Convention and Trade Show in Portland, Ore. Coldwell Banker e Real Estate Group announced that Kevin Loosen of its Neenah office received the Excellence in Professionalism Award at the RANW Annual Membership & Election meeting held in September. McKayla Dantoin, a senior in the Radiologic Sciences program, and Amber Runnoe, a senior in the Nursing 15-month program were awarded $12,000 scholarships at bellin College on behalf of the Rath Distinguished Scholarship provided by Wisconsin Association of Independent Colleges and Universities. Nicholas L. Hahn joined the law firm of Steinhilber, Swanson, Mares, Marone, & McDermott as an associate attorney. First Bank Financial Loosen Wickstrom Running Boone Zwicky Linton [continued ] » adapt and grow through bright ideas Chicoine

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