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2:22 AM, Feb. 23, 2013  |  Comments
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Skyward honors employees

The following employees were honored by Skyward Inc. for their years of service at the company's annual meeting, held Monday at the Stevens Point Holiday Inn & Convention Center:

Ten Years: Benjamin Peterman, Brian Radzinski, Lynn Lamer, Stacy Ackerlund, Steven Dougless, Tina Janes, Merritt Nenneman, Russell Conger, Mary Olson, Terry Anderson.

Five Years: Nancy Smith, John Fournier, Sheryl Moulden, Mason Delonay, Joel Gjertson, Michael Ausloos, Andrew Kraeger, Sung-Suk Sa-Lewis, Jacob Baumann, Alexis Bushman, Jamie Hartman, Kristi Lepak, Scott Manny, Ashley Howe, William Lindvig, Luke Penner, Eric Buhrow, James Weigel, Kathy Yang, John Pelot, Kevin Duda, Bradley Jett, Ronald Mackay, Leopold Nikowitz, Jeff Rice, Jai Schiefelbein.

Two years: Jason Galloway, Ryan Graboski, John Newcom, Amanda Nikowitz, James Clark, Andrew Johnson, Michael Thompson, William Prost, Peggy Emmerich, Timea Hohl, Chad Zdroik, Tanya Smeltzer, Veronica Royer, Ellen Borchardt, Abigail Pockat, Craig Kallenbach, Kendra Young, Abby Clements.

CEO named to state council

Jim Canales, CEO for Community Care of Central Wisconsin, has been appointed to a three-year term on the Wisconsin Long Term Care Advisory Council by Dennis Smith, secretary of the State Department of Health Services. Smith resigned from the post Friday.

The council is charged with advising the Department of Health Services on long-term care issues, with an emphasis on the design, effectiveness, efficiency and quality of Family Care, Aging & Disability Resource Centers, and the IRIS Self-Directed Supports Waiver.

Local lia sophia reps receive honors

Lia sophia recently announced top honors for its Excellent Beginnings Program Achievers for outstanding sales accomplishments and professionalism.

Having just joined the fashion jewelry business, Tiffany Smaldone of Plover earned this accomplishment in the first 15 weeks by attaining certain sales levels and by sharing lia sophia with other new advisers.

In an effort to distinguish the company's top sales producers, lia sophia also recognized Shannon Eckels as a Monthly Achiever.

Eckels, who is ranked among the top sales representatives in the organization, is now part of an elite group of company Advisers and Leaders who have been acknowledged for their outstanding jewelry sales efforts.

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