Promotions, appointments, awards and other business accomplishments in the Green Bay area.
? Mark Boland, Aon Corp.
? Patrick Joyce, KI; Laurie Thompson-Bolle, Aon Corp.; Gerald Norz and Becky Schuh, MEGTEC Systems; Don Marinoff, Master Fleet.
? Leann Majeski, KI; Rick Barton and Carol Spencer, Aon Corp.; Mark Rademacher, The Konop Companies; Mark Stahnke, James VanDyck, Christopher Ehmann, Todd Geurts, Mark Hella, Eric Johnson and John Kreuser, Green Bay Metro Fire Department; Mark Ahonen, Hospira Worldwide Inc.
? Chao Moua, Eric Fleming, Richard Haasch, KI; Ellen Gueths, Aon Corp.; Nancy Gillis, Master Fleet; Andy Kyles, Cerebral Palsy Inc.; Karl Linsmeier, Shannon Mobley, Todd Santoro, Andrew Zimonick, Scott Allen, Jim Dequaine and James Weeks, Green Bay Metro Fire Department; Linda Haskins, Modern Plastics.
? Debbie Dubick-Nejedlo and Jennifer Willette, Home Instead Senior Care; Paula Moseng,
John Peterik and William Powers, Aon Corp.; Ashley Haen, Bank Mutual-Howard; Dea Swisher, Bank Mutual-Peshtigo; Todd Bardouche and Amy Murphy, Cerebral Palsy Inc.
New on the job
? Dr. James Whitfill joined InitiativeOne, Howard, as a partner. Whitfill has more than 20 years experience in information technology and health care and is an expert in medical and imaging informatics. He received a bachelor's degree from Princeton University and his medical degree from the University of Pennsylvania.
? June Peters joined Community Memorial Hospital, Oconto Falls, as a women's health nurse practitioner. She received her master's of science in nursing degree from University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey.
? ThedaCare named Paul Linzmeyer its new sustainability leader. Linzmeyer will guide the health care organization's sustainability initiatives, including the reduction of energy and water usage and the amount of material sent to landfills. Linzmeyer comes to ThedaCare from ISO International LLC, a sustainability consulting firm he co-founded. He also was president of Bay Towel in Green Bay and led companies in San Francisco, Chicago and Denver. Linzmeyer is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay.
? Lydia Vitort joined ThedaCare Physicians-Shawano as a mental health therapist. Vitort specializes in marital, family and health issues. She received her undergraduate degree in nursing from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire and completed her master's degree in therapy from UW-Stout. She is a certified tobacco-cessation specialist, has certification in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, and has experience assisting patients with weight-management issues. She belongs to the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy.
? Millennium Architects & Designers Ltd., Green Bay, was awarded LEED Gold certification for a Western Technical College building project in Sparta.
? Northeastern Wisconsin companies receiving Associated Builders and Contractors Inc. safety awards were: High Tech Electrical Services Inc., Brillion, No Lost Time; Alliance Construction and Design Inc., De Pere, No Lost Time; Immel Construction Inc., Green Bay, Gold Safety Award of Honor; Energis High Voltage Resources Inc., Green Bay, Platinum Award of Honor for Zero Recordable; Northern Electric Inc., Green Bay, Platinum Award of Honor for Zero Recordable; Quality Insulators Inc., Green Bay, Platinum Award of Honor for Zero Recordable; A.C.E. Building Services Inc., Manitowoc, No Lost Time; and Fox Cities Builders, Seymour, No Lost Time.
? John Heezen, 38 years with Green Bay Seven Up Bottling Co.
? Shopko Stores, Green Bay, gave 500 toys to Freedom House Green Bay; Barb's Centre for Dance, Ashwaubenon, gave $19,713.94 to Freedom House, Green Bay.
? Door County farmer Charles Stoeger directed $5,000 in donations to the town of Sevastopol Emergency Medical Responders for the purchase of 16 new defibrillators. The donations were from Monsanto Fund's America's Farmers Grow Communities program.
? Brian Krahn of Denmark donated $2,500 to Denmark FFA through America's Farmers Grow Communities program.