Paul Lytie, Green Bay Packaging.
Jane Vandermause, N.E.W. Plastics, Luxemburg; James Allard,
Mark Boerschinger, Paul Bushmaker, Timothy Goffard, James Lundgaard, Jeffrey Magnin, Jack Van Iten, Steven Wassenberg, Scott Wisnicky, PCMC, Green Bay.
Tina Metzler, Green Bay Packaging; David De Vetter, Mark Lake, PCMC.
Travis Duchateau, Sherri Kratz, Green Bay Packaging; Kelly Brunette, Brian Christman, Jeffrey Frank, Steven Kemp, Elisabeth Knight, James Konyn, Bruce Mahlik, Bruce Martell, Daniel Mommaerts, Thomas Ristau, Craig Sabota, Sharon Valentine, Patrick Vande Hei, James Vanden Branden, PCMC.
Maurice Cormier, Shirley
Eric Bertrand, Laercio Catao, Jesse Danielski, Eric Dollar, Stacey Ferry, Lucas Frisch, Robert Goad, Bob Harrington, Bruce Hoffort, Scott Kubichek, Michael Kwaterski, Randal Mielke, Victoria Phalin, Adam Schaetz, Ryan Schnese, Kelly Steinbrecher, Susan Woodke, PCMC.
New on the job
? Keith Appleton, business banking relationship manager, has joined First National Bank, Green Bay. Appleton brings 23 years of experience to his position.
? Paul Williams has been hired as vice president-technology infrastructure project manager at Associated Bank, Green Bay. Williams previously served as senior program manager with Pierce Manufacturing. He is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point.
? Attorney Jill Wegner has joined the litigation team at Liebmann, Conway, Olejniczak & Jerry.
? Hepatobiliary and pancreatic surgeon Dr. Christopher Rupp has joined Prevea. He sees patients at St. Mary's Health Center and Prevea Allouez Health Center.
? Brian Van de Water, general manager, has joined Cherney Microbiological Services, Green Bay.
? Mary Treleven, Bay Area Nephrology.
? Wisconsin Waterfowl Association, Abrams, received a $1,750 Green Gift from Cellcom. This Green Gift will support this group's expansion of its Abrams property and adding access points for visitors with disabilities.
Other recipients of Cellcom Green Gifts include Doty Elementary School, Green Bay; Friends of the Brown County Library, Green Bay School District Green Team (Garden Fund), Pulaski Area Community Education, SEEDs for De Pere, Green Bay Southwest High School Chemistry Club, Greater Green Bay YMCA Camp U-Nah-Li-Ya, Suring; Crossroads at Big Creek, Sturgeon Bay; Door County Renaissance Development Group, Sturgeon Bay; Open Door Bird Sanctuary, Sturgeon Bay; Wisconsin Waterfowl Association, Freedom; Navarino Nature Center, Camp Tekawitha, Shawano; Gillett High School; and Marinette School District.
? Joshua Nelson, Sturgeon Bay, completed professional training in myofascial release therapy. He also offers canine and equine myofascial release therapy.
? Michael Teska, senior vice president-director of facilities; Angie DeWitt, senior vice president-director of management accounting; Tammy Mleziva, vice president-senior finance manager; and Brenda Griep, vice president-operations and technology project manager II, have recently been promoted at Associated Bank, Green Bay. Heather Beyer has been promoted to residential loan specialist for Associated Bank, Ashwaubenon.
? Rebecca Benser was named October Volunteer of the Month at Oconto Area Humane Society & Animal Shelter. Rebecca is a full-time college student who works part time, but still manages to make time to volunteer.
? Aurora BayCare Medical Center, Green Bay, received an American College of Cardiology Foundation Platinum Performance Achievement Award. The hospital was recognized for its high standard of care for heart attack patients.
? Congressman Reid Ribble received a National Association of Manufacturers award for manufacturing legislative excellence for his support of manufacturing.
? American Foundation of Counseling Services held its annual Ethics in Business Awards luncheon Nov. 15. Awards winners included Harry Maier, individual; The Animal House, business; and Northeast Wisconsin Technical College, nonprofit. The luncheon raised more than $145,000 to provide services to individuals, children and families without means to pay for counseling.
? Northern Electric, Green Bay, received the Diamond level of ABC's Safety Training and Evaluation Process award. NEI had a zero recordable incident rate for the past two years.
? Foxcroft Apartments, Ashwaubenon, received The Property of Excellence award as part of the Apartment Owners and Managers Association's The Outstanding Building of the Year awards.
? Walmart and Sam's Club raised $638,107 in its six-week fundraising campaign for Children's Miracle Network Hospitals. Donations were collected at the registers.