Business people for September 26
our new hires were sworn in last week with the Hutchinson Police Department, including a new officer.
The four included Officer Manuel Luna, Animal shelter technician Zane Nichols, Associated with the reception of animal shelters Mindy Stagner and police help Shyanne henkis.
Luna, 27, is from Hutchinson and a graduate of Hutchinson High School who studied criminal justice at Hutchinson Community College.
âGrowing up, I always wanted to get into the law enforcement profession, and now that I finally have the opportunity, I want to serve my community the best that I can,â said Luna, father of two children.
âAll of my connections are to Hutch, so I have a great love for the community and the people. I can’t wait to get started and make a positive impact in the community and the department.
To recognize his commitment to serving clients, assisting the firm and developing his personal career, Adams Brown recently promoted Amanda Goering to the senior accountant.
A member of the firm’s tax department, she serves a variety of businesses and individuals in Hutchinson and across the state. In his new role, Goering will continue to serve the tax planning, advisory and compliance needs of clients.
Goering began his accounting career in 2012, after obtaining two bachelor’s degrees in accounting and finance from Wichita State University. She joined Adam Brown’s tax department in 2019 as a salaried accountant.
She is a life member of the Beta Gama Sigma Company Honor Society and remains affiliated with her alma mater through the Wichita State University Alumni Association. Goering lives in Inman with her husband Jordan.
The Hutchinson / Reno County Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors has approved a list of five proposed new council members for chamber members to vote on.
Candidates for three-year terms on the board include Brett henri, Adams Brown; Coby cost, Tyson Foods; Sarah Fankhauser, DCI; Michelle pitts, Reno County Agricultural Bureau; and Kevin ruler, Sleep Shoppe & Furniture Gallery.
Someone’s name in addition to the suggested slate, visit the chamber’s website.
All House members in good standing will receive a ballot no later than October 1.
Superior Boiler announced last week that Matt Steele has been appointed Vice President, Sales and Marketing for Superior Holding.
Steele’s responsibilities encompass the entire portfolio of products manufactured by the company. In his new role, Steele will lead the sales and marketing initiatives for all of Superior Holding’s businesses, which manufacture products at its three Hutchinson facilities.
He joins Superior after holding senior sales and operations positions for companies that manufacture advanced technical products.
Most recently, he was vice president of operations for a mid-Missouri based company involved in high-tech heat transfer products.
Steele has extensive sales experience and counts some of the world’s largest companies among his clients.
âSuperior Boiler is extremely pleased to have Matt join our team and lead our sales and marketing initiatives,â said President and CEO Doug Wright. âHe has an exceptional history of growing sales and taking on increasingly demanding roles and responsibilities throughout his career. We greatly appreciate that he has been involved in manufacturing his entire career and also has experience on the operations side. “
The Kansas Hospital Association has appointed Willis Heck, Chairman of the Board of Directors of NMC Health, Newton, as Director of the Year 2021.
He will be recognized at the KHA awards ceremony on October 27 and a donation will be made to the NMC Health Initiatives Fund in his honor.
Heck was one of three board members from one hospital or health system in the region and nine across the state, named to be recognized for “providing exemplary contributions through their leadership and governance “.
Its selection was based on the recommendation of a committee of CEOs who are members of KHA and hospital administrators.
Besides Heck, the board members named in The News coverage area included Jesse lucky, Ashland Health Center, Ashland, and Judith Reynolds, Rush County Memorial Hospital, La Crosse.
The Kansas Hospital Association is a nonprofit, voluntary organization that is the primary advocate and resource for members. Membership in KHA includes 232 member institutions, of which 123 are full-service community hospitals.
Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center (KLETC) Honors Retired Director Ed pavey this week by renaming the east campus dormitory in his honor.
Pavey was Director of the KLETC from 1994 until his retirement in 2018. He was Acting Director for a year previously and had been on staff since 1989. This after a 21-year career in the Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Department .
Pavey’s family, several Kansas law enforcement officials, Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt, Kansas Representative John Carmichael and University of Kansas Vice-President Emily Zentner attended the ceremony.
“In some ways, he was the great builder of the Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center, adding the infrastructure that transformed KLETC from an important concept to an important physical location where the next generation of law enforcement can be developed.” , Schmidt said.
âI am truly touched and honored by the recognition of the name of the Pavey Hall building,â said Pavey. “My family and I will cherish this prestigious honor forever.”
Pavey credited the employees at the training center for KLETC’s success.
TOPEKA – Candidates who passed the Kansas bar exam were required to be sworn in as Kansas attorneys on September 24.
New attorneys eligible to be sworn in in The News coverage area, listed alphabetically by county, included: Ellis: Mackenzie Kay McCoy, Hays and Christopher Joe McGowne, Hays; Finney: Ivan Moya, garden city; Ford: Samuel Wyatt PodrÃ©barac, Dodge City; Harvey: Reece Dean Hiebert, Walton; and Reno: Breanna george, Havre.
LARGE CURVE – Lindsey Bogner has been named the next Executive Director of the Barton Community College Foundation. She will replace long-time current manager Coleen Cape, who will retire in January.
Bogner comes to college with years of experience as Director of Foundation and Community Education at the Ellinwood Hospital and Clinic, and as Communications Coordinator for the Hospital and the Clara Barton Foundation.
She holds an MA in Management and Leadership from Western Governors University.
âI really want to focus on making what we have to be successful,â Bogner said. âThe first thing for me to do is assess all the events and programs and see if there are any changes we can make before we create anything new. “
In addition to her experience and credentials, Bogner is a US Army veteran and very involved in the community.
She is a member of Ellinwood’s Hines-Gossman American Legion Post # 320, is part of the Barton Art Movement Action Team, is a member of the Barton County Young Professionals, and volunteers as an instructor. Kansas Hunter Training Course for the Kansas Department. Wildlife and parks.
Bogner lives near Odin with her husband, Mark, and their two children, Zoey and Otto.
Governor Laura Kelly announced the reappointment of Julie persinger, Liberal, at the Kansas Propane Research and Education Council.
The Council’s objective is to develop programs to improve the safety and training of consumers and employees, to provide research and development to improve existing propane technology and to increase the efficiency of propane use. .