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Taking Stock

6:40 PM, Apr. 27, 2013  |  Comments
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Architecture

Architect David G. Peterson of Eau Claire has been elected the 2013 president of AIA Wisconsin, the state society of The American Institute of Architects. Peterson is a consultant and board director with Lien & Peterson Architects, Eau Claire.

Other AIA Wisconsin officers for 2013 are Jody Andres, Neenah, vice president/president-elect; Melissa Destree, Oregon, secretary/treasurer; and Henry Kosarzycki, Greendale, immediate past president. Directors-at-large are Daryl Dean, Rhinelander; Gregory Granlund, Eau Claire; Paul Martzke, Green Bay; James Otto, Hubertus; and Walter Wilson, Glendale.

AIA Wisconsin is the Madison-based statewide component of The American Institute of Architects, the nation's oldest and largest professional organization of architects.

AIA Wisconsin has four local chapters. Chapter presidents for 2013 are Heather Cook Elliott, Shorewood, AIA Milwaukee; Richard Lundeen, Madison, AIA Southwest Wisconsin; Gregory Douglas, Green Bay, AIA Northeast Wisconsin; and Mark Piquette, Weston, AIA Northwest Wisconsin. Piquette is an architect-structural designer with Wausau Homes.

AIA Wisconsin is a 1,300-member state society of the AIA, representing architects in private practice, business, industry, government and education.

Finance

? Brett Thompson, president and CEO of the Wisconsin Credit Union League, announced the retirement of Ginger Larson and appointment of Kim Santos as the new director of the Office of Credit Unions.

? Bank-A-Count Corp., Rudolph, welcomes two new employees to its growing information technology department. Additions to staff include Michael Prescher, who joined the company this past fall as a web developer/designer, and Robert Allen Jr., who began employment in February as web designer.

Bank-A-Count Corp. is a leading, national digital printer of checks, payment coupons, statements and other related products.

Health

? Dr. Mark Asplund of The Plastic Surgery & Vein Clinic in Wausau attended the national meeting of The American Venous Forum held Feb. 27 in Phoenix. The American Venous Forum is dedicated to research and education in venous disease.

? The Wisconsin Medical Society has selected two physicians from Aspirus Kronenwetter Clinic as recipients of the 2013 Physician Citizen of the Year Award. Dr. Ryan Gossett and Dr. William Nietert were to be honored during the society's annual meeting in Madison for their contributions to the Never Forgotten Honor Flight.

Because of Gossett and Nietert, more than 800 military veterans from northern Wisconsin have flown to Washington, D.C., to visit the memorials built in their honor, according to the nomination from Mike Thompson and Jim Campbell. The physicians "spend their day thanking these World War II and Korean War veterans for their service while monitoring their health along the way so that they may enjoy their trip of a lifetime," Thompson and Campbell wrote. Gossett and Nietert have served on the organization's board of directors since its inception in 2009.

The Wisconsin Medical Society's Physician Citizen of the Year Award recognizes physicians in the state who volunteer their time and talents through civic and cultural activities, helping to improve the health and well-being of their communities.

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