? Dennis Johnson, ASPIRO, Green Bay.
Sue Ropson, Steve Leanna, Julie Jubert, Vicki Henrichs, Diane DeBauche, Barb Boncher, Donald Nyberg, ASPIRO; Mary Malueg, Shawano Medical Center.
Sandra Buss, ASPIRO; Lori Schoenick, Shawano Medical Center.
Rachael Reimer, David Marcus, Amy Strebel, James LaBrosse, Sarah Milquet, Karen Jeske, ASPIRO; Dave Sumnicht, Neff Engineering of Wisconsin; Sheri Deering, Joann Rath, Shawano Medical Center.
Joe St. Thomas, Rick Coppens, Darlene Jach, Casey Burger, Steve Andrews, ASPIRO; Susan Blumreich, Kathleen Kinney, Cheryl Schroeder, Shawano Medical Center; Sharon Kapitany, New London Family Medical Center.
Lawrence Forseth, ASPIRO; Anne Schroth, New London Family Medical Center.
James Tourville, Danielle Watkins, Amy Biese, Bernard VanRoy, ASPIRO; Todd Curro, Green Bay Pattern; Sarah Adams, ThedaCare Physicians, Waupaca; Mark Buettner, Donna Richter, Shawano Medical Center; Amy Concepcion, Macushla Mulroy, Carol Schaefer, Karen Yde, New London Family Medical Center; John Schreiner, Michelle Zwirschitz, ThedaCare Physicians, Shawano.
Ntaj Vwj, Mallory Cornelius, Mandy Reetz, Matthew Perry, Joseph Woods, Ted Brittnacher, Eric Schultz, Jamie Krumrei, ASPIRO.
Heid Music, with locations Green Bay, Appleton, Madison, Oshkosh and Wisconsin Rapids.
? Thomas Pamperin, president and CEO of Premier Community Bank, Marion, was elected to serve as the 2013-14 chair of the Wisconsin Bankers Association. Robert Cera, president/CEO, Baylake Bank, Sturgeon Bay, is chair-elect. Peter Prickett, president/CEO of The First National Bank-Fox Valley, Neenah, is vice chair. Charles Schmalz, president/CEO of East Wisconsin Savings Bank, Kaukauna, and Paul Adamski, president/CEO of The Pineries Bank, Stevens Point, also are on the board.
? Steve Elliott, Roehl Logistics, was elected to a three-year term on the board of directors of the Transportation Intermediaries Association, a professional organization of third-party logistics providers.
New on the job
? Kelly Runge, certified public accountant, has joined the Small Business Accounting Services practice at Wipfli, Green Bay, as senior manager. Prior to serving Wipfli, Runge was employed as the chief financial officer of a group of local construction companies.
? Don Osterberg,
Schneider's senior vice president of safety, security and driver training, was invited to join the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration's Motor Carrier Safety Advisory Committee.
? Walter Juhnke and David Borchardt, both of Thrivent Thrivent Financial for Lutherans, Green Bay, earned Retirement Income Certified Professional designations.
? Barry Martzahl was named to Barron's 2013 Top 1000 Financial Advisors, ranking No. 6 in the state. Martzahl, executive director of Morgan Stanley's Graystone Consulting Office, Green Bay, has been included in the list for the past three years.
? Northern Electric, Green Bay, received an ACUITY Safety Award for its partnership with the insurer to maintain a safe workplace.
? Tom DiSalvi, Schneider's director of safety and loss prevention, received the National Safety Professional Award of Excellence from the American Trucking Association Safety Management Council.
? Robert Hornacek,
FOX 11 News, received a Golden Gavel Broadcast Media/Television award for "Explaining ALEC," his coverage about the American Legislative Exchange Council and its impact on the legislative process in Wisconsin.
? Conger Toyotalift, Green Bay, received the 2012 President's Award from Toyota. The company was recognized for excellence in parts, service, equipment sales, customer satisfaction and overall dealership operations.
? Wisconsin Lift Truck received the 2012 Diamond Award for sales from Doosan Industrial Vehicle America Corp.
? The Port of Green Bay earned an Award of Excellence for its 2012 Communication Plan from the American Association of Port Authorities, a trade association that represents port authorities throughout the Western Hemisphere.
? The Public Service Commission of Wisconsin approved grants for 12 applicants totaling more than $341,000, as part of the agency's Non-Profit Access Program. The grants are paid for through the state's Universal Service Fund. Options for Independent Living of Green Bay received a $22,500 grant to provide outreach and assistance on specialized telecommunications equipment and training on how to obtain affordable access to essential telecommunications services to elderly and disabled residents in 17 counties and four tribal communities.
? Paul Cantwell,
ASPIRO's vice president of manufacturing, received the 2012 National Council of Work Center's Management Excellence Award. The award recognizes a person who has demonstrated outstanding contributions to the employment of people with disabilities through the AbilityOne Program.
? Jim Jack, reliability engineer for Georgia-Pacific, received a manufacturing excellence award from Crane Engineering and ITT Goulds Pumps.