NEENAH - Menasha Packaging's Green Lake Plant received a Wisconsin Corporate Safety Award, presented by the Wisconsin Safety Council and the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development.
NEENAH - Physical therapist Jen Schnell recently received certification in Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy. Schnell is a physical therapist with the Neuroscience Group. Schnell has a doctorate of physical therapy.
Dr. Richard Dart of Marshfield was elected present-elect of the Wisconsin Medical Society. A nephrologist at Marshfield Clinic from 1973 to 2007, Dart has served as a member of the society's board of directors and in several other leadership roles during his 40-year tenure with the society.
Cathleen Christensen and Susan Henderson were named company shareholders and corporate officers at Hierl Insurance Inc. Christensen, vice president, property and casualty, has been with Hierl since 1990. Henderson, vice president, human resources and operations, has been with Hierl since 2007. The firm has offices in Appleton and Fond du Lac.
Rob Behnke, truck driving instructor at Fox Valley Technical College, was elected president of the National Association of Publicly Funded Truck Driving Schools. The association was founded in 1990 to provide a membership network for transportation educators.
MILWAUKEE - Mary Jo Werner, a partner with Wipfli, has earned the Public Service Award from the Wisconsin Association of Homicide Investigators for her contributions to the murder trial of Eric Koula. Werner testified as an expert witness on Koula's financial status, which was one of the keys to the prosecution establishing the defendant's motive. The firm has an Appleton office.