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Who's News for Sunday, April 28

6:38 PM, Apr. 26, 2013  |  Comments
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HORTONVILLE - Dominic Renteria was named assistant vice president/bank office manager for Bank Mutual's Hortonville branch at 209 S. Nash St. He has more than four years of experience in banking.

NEENAH - Karri Bedor was named vice president and chief marketing officer at First National Bank Fox Valley. Bedor will be responsible for the development, implementation and coordination of the bank's marketing programs. Bedor has been with the bank the past seven years.


KIMBERLY - Cathy Mutschler
was named director of giving and community engagement at U.S. Venture. She previously worked for the Community Foundation for the Fox Valley Region.

MENASHA - Goodwill Industries of North Central Wisconsin hired Karen Baker Ruppel as cafe team leader for Goodwill's Harmony Cafe locations in Appleton and Green Bay; Cassandra Garrity has joined the Harmony Cafe team in Appleton as a cafe area team leader; Terri Bishop as area team leader for the Grand Chute Goodwill Retail Store and Training Center; and De Ann Kohlbeck as an office assistant at Goodwill's Financial Information and Service Center.

APPLETON - Ledgeview Partners, a customer relationship management firm serving hired Chad Collett as product manager. He holds a bachelor of science degree in business administration from UW-La Crosse; Jeff Schmitz as director, large account reseller, channel sales. He is graduate of UW-Madison, with a bachelor of science degree in electrical and computer engineering. Jamie Kutchek has joined the company's inside sales and customer care division as an inside sales account manager. He has an associate degree in business administration from Cardinal Stritch University.

NEENAH - Scott Weber was pormoted to vice president-quality at Plexus Corp. He previously served as the director of quality. Scott has a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering from Michigan Technological University and a master's of engineering management from Milwaukee School of Engineering.

APPLETON - The Boldt Co. in Appleton named Rick Walter to its power and energy executive team as vice president of power. Walter brings more than 27 years of power industry experience to his position with Boldt. Walter has a bachelor's degree in nuclear engineering from Texas A&M University and an executive MBA from Houston Baptist University and is a licensed member of the National Society of Professional Engineers.

OSHKOSH - The Congregation of the Sisters of the Sorrowful Mother, Third Order Regular of St. Francis of Assisi, has selected new leadership for the U.S./Caribbean Province. The council includes Sister M. Helen Malolepsy, provincial superior; Sister Maria Vinton, assistant provincial superior; Sister M. Lois Bush, provincial councilor; and Sister Julie Marie Peters, provincial councilor. Bush is senior vice president of mission and culture integration for Ministry Health Care, parent of Affinity Health System in Menasha.

Glenn Hameister has joined the Wisconsin Business Center of the Principal Financial Group as a financial representative. Hameister will work from Milwaukee. He has 27 years of experience working as a registered representative, most recently operating his own Allstate office Fond du Lac.

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