As part of a new product development process that began in 2011, Calco has completed qualification and is now in full production with its first major agricultural equipment manufacturing customer.
Skogen’s Festival Foods has announced it will purchase Spiegelhoff’s SUPERVALU in Kenosha and assume operation of the store on June 11, 2013. The store is located at 3401 80th St.
In a move designed to meet regional workforce needs and student demand, Northeast Wisconsin Technical College will begin offering a new associate degree in human resources. The two-year program, which starts fall semester of 2013 is intended for both working professionals and new students.
The Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) celebrated its 120th year of medical education on May 20.
Beverly Carmichael, assistant chancellor for University Advancement at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, has tendered her resignation effective Monday, July 15. University Development Director Jeanne Stangel will take over her position on an interim basis until a permanent replacement is hired.
H.J. Martin and Son is working on the new location of Greenstone Farm Credit Services, currently under construction along Highway 41 in Little Chute. Four divisions of H.J. Martin are working on the project: commercial flooring and ceilings, glass & glazing, drywall, and commercial doors & hardware.
PMI Entertainment Group recently promoted Sara Klemme to director of shows and events.
Amy J. Eliason recently joined Sir Speedy Printing as the company’s new operations manager.
Kelly Ellis has been named executive director for The Einstein Project, a non-profit agency providing science resources to K-8 schools throughout Wisconsin.
WPS recently added Scott Kowalski as its new executive vice president of health insurance. He will also oversee the operations of Arise Health Plan, based in Green Bay. WPS also welcomes Craig Campbell, attorney, as chief administrative and risk officer, and Dan Schwandt as chief legal and governance officer.
Froedtert Hospital and the Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) have jointly named Alice Archabal as Chief Development Officer and Vice President of Development for both organizations.
Christopher Monroe, director of corporate and commercial accounts for Total Relocation Services has been named Mayflower Transit’s February 2013 National Account Salesperson of the Month.
Steve Dhein of Green Bay will be presented the Chancellor’s Award, UW-Green Bay’s highest community honor, in recognition of his sustained commitment to the University and the region it serves.
Smet was recently honored with a nomination award for the 2012 Daily Reporter Top Projects for designing and constructing the unique and ergonomically enhanced MMC paint facility in less than 10 months.
The Green Bay area Coldwell Banker The Real Estate Group office is pleased to announce their April Chairman's Circle:
Jason Mills, CRS, SFR
Michelle Stimpson, GRI
Jerry Alderton, CRS, GRI
Jill Dickson, ABR, CRS, GRI
Kim Bahrke, CRS, GRI
Jenny Schwartz, CRS
Adam Adler, ABR, CRS, e-Pro, GRI
Tina Bunker, ABR, CRS, GRI
Richard Meyers, ABR, CRS, GRI
Gary Kaster, ABR, CRS, GRI
Kathy Feldhausen, GRI
Russ Schisel, CRS
Darrell & Denise Johnson, ABR, CRS, GRI
Brad Hornick, GRI
Michael & Marykay Held, CRS, GRI
Margaret Krumholz, CRS, GRI
Cindy Dehn, CRS, GRI
Lori Krohn-Johnson, GRI
Patti Bemowski, ABR, GRI
Jeff Narges, CRS, GRI
Royal Shackelford, CRS, GRI
Sharon Buresh, CRS, GRI
Susan Karner, ABR
Harold Peterson, GRI
Korissa Diehl and Kristen Moreland were recognized with “Dedications of the Day” during YWCA Green Bay – De Pere’s annual Women of Vision Benefit Luncheon.
Van's Lumber & Custom Builders received the Whole Package - Golden Rule Award at the 10th annual Wisconsin Family Business Award banquet held Thursday, May 9 in Madison.
BayCare Clinic orthopaedic surgeon, Shawn Hennigan, MD, recently was second in the country and first in Wisconsin to do a total shoulder arthroplasty using e+TM technology, a vitamin E blended polyethylene component. This innovative surgery was done at Aurora BayCare Medical Center in Green Bay on March 19.
UW-Green Bay’s Institute for Learning Partnership has awarded nearly $41,000 in Grants to Improve Teaching and Learning for the 2013-14 academic year. The grants will support learning in six Northeastern Wisconsin school districts, funding a variety of initiatives that promote literacy, target the academic achievement gap, incorporate technology and more. Recipients included Green Bay Area Public School District, Green Bay East High School teachers and staff Ruth Berken, Linda Bornbach, Brian Fisk, Rich Krieg, Julie Ollmann and Mark Strohschein — Green Bay East Composting Project ($3,000); Howard-Suamico Public School District, Bay View Middle School teacher Oksana Kobzar-Schweiner — Increasing Academic Vocabulary Among ELL Students ($1,450); Wrightstown Community School District teacher Krista Samb — Content Area Literacy through Technology in Art Room ($6,977.90); UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. Scott Ashmann — Integrating iPads into a Nature-Based 4K Program ($5,850).
H.J. Martin and Son surged to No. 26 in the prestigious ‘Top 50’ ranking of U.S. specialty flooring retailers by Floor Covering Weekly, based upon 2012 retail and commercial sales. A 13.7-percent increase in sales from 2011 allowed H.J. to move up three spots over last year’s rankings.
Each year for more than 10 years, the Georgia-Pacific Foundation has sponsored teachers from Georgia-Pacific communities to attend teacher development programs. This year, the following Green Bay Area Public School District educators have been chosen to attend the development programs:
• Nathan Knight, Aldo Leopold Community School: Grades 6-8; science
• Barb LeMense, Washington Middle School: Grade 6; physical science
• Jeff Kline, Preble High School: Grades 9-12; social studies
• Jay Krings, Southwest High School: Grades 9-12; social studies/AP history/modern U.S. history
NorthCoast Productions recently received the National Media Award from NISH for their production of an 8-minute video explaining commensurate wage. They were chosen from dozens of nominations received nationally.