Jahner with Basin
Joseph Jahner has been hired as a journeyman at Basin Electric Power Cooperative’s Antelope Valley Station near Beulah.
Jahner, a native of Mandan, was formerly a journeyman for Millwright Local 1091.
Terry Fields has been promoted to general manager at Datrue Process Automation, a bank equipment and technology company with offices in Mandan, Fargo and Billings, Mont.
Fields, who has been a sales representative and sales director for 10 years, will work at the corporate office in Mandan.
Hazelett joins AE2S
Susan Hazelett has been hired as a project engineer in the wastewater group at Advanced Engineering and Environmental Services Inc. of Bismarck.
Hazelett has more than 10 years of experience in wastewater engineering. She is a registered professional engineer in North Dakota and Arizona and was an environmental engineer with the North Dakota Department of Health.
Originally from Racine, Wis., Hazelett holds a bachelor of science degree in chemical engineering from Arizona State University in Tempe.
Tammy Theurer, director of St. Alexius’ Home Care & Hospice, recently spoke at the Great Plains Telehealth Resource & Assistance Center’s 2013 Telehealth Strategies regional forum in Minneapolis.
Her presentation, “Home Telehealth Solutions,” was part of a panel discussion about using telehealth to reduce hospitalizations and emergency room visits and increase patient satisfaction.
Four hired at Quality
Minda Lloyd, Bobbi Schmidt and Cindy Schatz have joined Quality Title Inc.
Lloyd is a licensed title agent and licensed abstractor and will be the new abstract manager at Quality Title. She has 10 years of experience in the title industry.
Schmidt, with two years of abstracting experience, is an order entry and closing assistant.
Schatz, an abstractor and search specialist, has six years of title experience.
Renae Moch has been hired as director of Bismarck-Burleigh Public Health.
She has several years of experience in public health and medical practice management. Moch is certified in medical practice management through the American College of Medical Practice Executives and received her master of business administration degree in health care from the University of Mary.
She was a practice management strategist for the American Academy of Family Physicians in Leawood, Kan., and a clinic manager in the Bismarck area.
Rash now manager
Taylor Rash has become RDO Irrigation manager in the North Dakota region.
Rash previously worked for RDO Equipment’s agriculture department in Bismarck.
Loren Melvie, a private wealth adviser with Ameriprise Financial in Bismarck, has qualified for the company’s 2012 Circle of Success annual recognition program.
Melvie is ranked among the company’s top advisers who consistently demonstrate exceptional commitment to financial planning and superior client service.
Knutson an intern
Josh Knutson has joined Bismarck Aero Center as an airframe and powerplant maintenance summer intern.
Knutson attends Northland Community Technical College in Thief River Falls, Minn., where he is completing an associate’s degree in aviation maintenance technology.
Four join KLJ
Tim Dodson, Bill Bement, Bob Hendrickson and Sandi Tabor have been hired in the Bismarck office of KLJ.
Dodson is an archaeologist with the environmental group. He earned a master’s degree in maritime archaeology from Southampton University and a bachelor’s degree in biology from Carthage College. Dodson has experience in terrestrial and maritime excavation, research and cultural resource management.
Bement is an engineer with the transportation group. He earned an associate’s degree in civil engineering from North Dakota State College of Science and has more than 30 years’ experience as a civil engineering technician.
Hendrickson is an engineer in the telecommunications group. He earned an associate’s degree and completed the electrical line program at Bismarck State College. Hendrickson has more than 34 years of related work experience.
Tabor is the director of government relations. She earned juris doctor and bachelor’s degrees from the University of North Dakota and has more than 30 years of public policy experience, including time with the Lignite Energy Council, North Dakota Transmission Authority and Attorney General’s Office.
Four hired at BND
Four people recently joined the staff of the Bank of North Dakota.
Marnie Schagunn is a collection officer II in student loan services. She has more than three years of student loan experience.
Darren Hertz is a collections officer I with Student Loans of North Dakota. He has a bachelor’s degree in economics from North Dakota State University and seven years of customer service experience.
Kelly Muscha is an auditor III in the risk management area. She has a bachelor’s degree in finance from the University of Mary and most recently was a financial institution specialist with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
Jennifer Lang is a banking compliance specialist in risk management. She was most recently employed by Eide Bailly as a financial institutions compliance manager. She has 15 years of banking and compliance experience.
Schlatter gets award
Jodi Schlatter won the highest award for achievement in the Dale Carnegie Course she completed in Bismarck
Class members select the recipient.
Schlatter is an account analyst I with Basin Electric Power Cooperative in Bismarck.
Among people gathered in Washington, D.C., in May for the 2013 Realtors’ Legislative Meetings & Trade Expo were Kristi Bohl, president, Bob Johnson, president-elect, Nancy Deichert, association executive, Bismarck Mandan Board of Realtors; Vicki Roller, president-elect, Greg Larson, vice president, Jill Beck, CEO, North Dakota Association of Realtors; and Mary Splichal, NAR Communications Committee member.
They attended meetings and visited lawmakers to address housing and private property issues.
Biles is manager
Adrienne Biles has been named clinic manager of Sanford Health Occupational Medicine Clinic, Bismarck.
Biles is a 2010 graduate of what is now the Sanford College of Nursing and has worked at Sanford Health for three years.
Gary Dewhirst, pharmacy manager at Thrifty White Drug in Hettinger and a member of the North Dakota Board of Pharmacy, has been elected to a three-year term on the executive committee of the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy.
Jon Jennings, Vistage North Dakota group chairman, has been selected for a Chair Excellence Award from Vistage International for 2012, based on number of members, retention and referrals. He also received the award in 2011.
Jennings was awarded the Master Chair designation for the same criteria over a five-year period. Twenty-nine people worldwide earned the designation in 2012.
Jennings has been the CEO organization’s chairman in North Dakota for seven years, with 29 member companies in two groups.