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Business briefs: Century 21, Memorial Health Center, nursing career fair

11:54 PM, Mar. 25, 2013  |  Comments
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Century 21 agents receive awards

Century 21 Gold Key Realty Inc. held its office awards banquet at RiverEdge Country Club. The award winners were Sue Decker as a Centurion Producer; Barb Simonson, Sandy Bruesewitz and Charles Jennings as Masters Ruby Producers; Pauline Ertl-Thom as a Masters Emerald Producer; Jeff Eisberner and Gary Grassman as Multi-Million Dollar Producers; and Maureen Lindekugel and Jerry Drexler as Million Dollar Producers.

The top three agents in closed sides are Sue Decker, Pauline Ertl-Thom and Sandy Bruesewitz. The top three agents in listings are Sue Decker, Pauline Ertl-Thom and Gary Grassman. The top three agents in volume closed are Sue Decker, Barb Simonson and Sandy Bruesewitz. Most improved in production was awarded to Sandy Bruesewitz, and she also was selected by her peers in the office for the office's Realtor of the Year award.

Quality Service awards went to Pauline Ertl-Thom, Gary Grassman, Charles Jennings and Maureen Lindekugel. The Pinnacle Quality Service awards went to Sue Decker, Sandy Bruesewitz, Jeff Eisberner and Barb Simonson.

Karl Zimmermann was recognized for his 40 years of dedicated service to the real estate profession.

Radiologist to join Memorial Health

Dr. Patrick Belson has joined the medical staff of Memorial Health Center, an Aspirus partner, as a radiologist.

Belson has nearly 18 years of medical experience, including three years as an active duty flight surgeon with the 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing. He has worked as a radiologist in Stevens Point since 2005.

He completed his residency in diagnostic radiology at St. Joseph Regional Medical Center in Milwaukee, and his fellowship in nuclear medicine and PET imaging at Emory University in Atlanta. He is certified by the American Board of Radiology.

He will begin providing radiologist services April 1 at Memorial Health Center.

Nursing career fair offered April 12

"Enrich Your Life with a Fulfilling Career," a Career Fair for experienced nurses and new graduates, will be from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 12 in the Mother Frances Streitel Conference Center at Ministry Saint Joseph's Hospital in Marshfield.

Nurses can talk with recruiters and interview with hiring leaders. Tours of the hospital also will be offered. As a Magnet facility, Ministry nurses put patients first. As a result, Ministry has established an exceptional work environment focusing on continual learning and career advancement.

The hospital is offering up to a $5,000 sign-on bonus with a two-year commitment for critical care positions; and up to a $3,000 sign-on bonus for float pool positions.

There will be a drawing for an iPad, and refreshments will be served. For more information or to schedule an interview, call Amy Paull at 414-359-3001 or Diane Jonas at 715-387-7524.

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