? Tina Carr, Bank Mutual.
Keith Coisman, city of Green Bay.
Michael Micksch, Dawn VanNatta, city of Green Bay; Andy Kopish, Teri Krueger, KI, Bellevue.
Lisa Lindsley, KI.
Aaron DePas, Gerald Krausert, Gerald Young, city of Green Bay; Scott Malcore, The Konop Companies, Bellevue; Belinda Geldmeyer,
Jodi Popp, John Kielhofer, Todd Thiesfeldt, Debbie Adams, KI; Julie Webster, Bank Mutual.
Mary Chitwood, John Duffy, John Stevens, KI.
Keith Gering, David May, city of Green Bay; Jessica Naber, New Community Shelter, Green Bay; Judy Radtke, Bank Mutual; Samantha Brault, CP Centers, Allouez.
SRC Technologies, De Pere.
? Heritage Hill Foundation officers for 2013: Jim Dockendorff, president; Al Jamir, vice president; Mike Jubert, vice president; Jan Duncan, treasurer, Mike Raymaker, secretary and Les Etters, member-at-large. Incoming board members include Scott Copeland, Patrick Hopkins, Audrey Keegan, Barb Patz, Rick Skogg, Mike Wentworth and Dan Young.
Philip Danen, John Kelley, Gerald Mortell, Pat Olejniczak, Barb Patz, Robert Van Grunsven, William Wangerin, Sue Watts and Donald Zuidmulder are other Heritage Hill Foundation directors. The emeritus director is Mavis Martens.
Ann Beilke is retiring from the Heritage Hill Foundation board after years of service as president, secretary and chair of the Donor Recognition & Cultivation and Cotton Club committees. Also retiring are Sharon Gutowski, William Miehe and Colleen Weyers.
? Heritage Hill Corporation officers for 2013: John Flatley, president; Dan Rogers and Kim Miller, vice presidents; and Mike Wisneski, treasurer. Incoming board members are Aaron Baer, Molly Lubinsky and Steve Thomas.
Gary Austin, Carla Brawner, Randall Gast, Gene Hackbarth, Sherry Jonet, Elizabeth Kremer, Arnie Lindauer, Katie Maloney, John Shier, John Wetli, Gary Wickert and Vincent Zehren are Heritage Hill Corporation directors. The emeritus director is Joe Kraft.
Jim Charneski and John Niquette are retiring board members.
New on the job
? Daniel Freis, branch manager and assistant vice president, has joined the Citizens Bank branch office in Allouez. Freis earned a degree in business administration from California State University-Fullerton. Additionally, Freis is a member of the local Business Networking International group and a volunteer for the Girl Scouts Great Lakes Council.
? Jason Garland, certified public accountant and certified management accountant, has joined Hawkins, Ash, Baptie as an audit associate. Nathan Grossenbach, a recent University of Wisconsin-Green Bay graduate, also joined Hawkins, Ash, Baptie as an audit associate.
? Katie Phernetton has been selected to be the next CW 14 Star. Phernetton represents CW 14 on the air, online and in the community. She has experience in front of the camera with UWGB's Phlash TV, and behind the scenes working for the Green Bay Phoenix.
? Erin Green and Melissa Graber, account executives, have joined Woodward Radio Group.
? Anthony Steffek has joined the Davis & Kuelthau law firm as a litigation associate in its Green Bay office. Steffek earned his juris doctorate from Marquette University Law School in 2006, and his bachelor's degree from University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2003.
? Independent Charities in America has recognized Acts 1:8 Ministry, Ashwaubenon, with a Best in America charities. The Independent Charities Seal of Excellence is awarded after an independent review verifies the charity meets the highest standards of public accountability, program effectiveness and cost effectiveness. Acts 1:8 Ministry works with hundreds of churches in 48 states and 34 countries in the Planned Acts of Christian Kindness Ministry.
? Green Bay's Department of Public Works received an Excellence in Snow and Ice Control award from the national American Public Works Association for the city's snow- and ice-removal program.
? For the second consecutive year, Re-Bath of Northeast Wisconsin of Green Bay, Ashwaubenon, was named a national Platinum Club franchise by the Re-Bath bathroom remodeling franchisor. Owners Brent and Therese Martin accepted the award.
? Sharper Edge Landscaping, De Pere, received a Wisconsin Masonry Alliance 2013 Excellence in Hardscape Project Award in the category: Best Structural Retaining Wall Application over 2,500 square feet. The project features materials provided by County Materials Corporation, Marathon, at Ridge View Apartments, Waukesha.
? Kristin O'Connell, Green Bay, received the President's Club Award, the most prestigious award given by Catholic Financial Life, and the Leading Life Producer award. O'Connell, district manager with Catholic Financial Life, is also a Million Dollar Round Table member.