With U.S. Bank

Charles “Chuck” Murphy and Stacy Stockert have been hired as universal bankers at U.S. Bank in Bismarck.

Murphy has more than 20 years of business experience. He most recently was assistant general manager with Prairie Knights Casino. He will work at the Arrowhead office.

Stockert has been in the banking industry for more than 20 years and recently held positions in customer service and management. She will work at the Bismarck South office.

Earns license

Eric W. Miller, a mechanical engineer with Prairie Engineering P.C. in Bismarck, has earned his professional engineer license in North Dakota.

Miller earned a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, Rapid City, and joined Prairie Engineering in 2005.

Langerud honored

Darin Langerud, Bismarck, received a North Dakota Water Wheel award during the 54th annual Joint North Dakota Water Convention and Irrigation Workshop.

The award from the North Dakota Water Users Association and North Dakota Water Resource Districts Association recognizes distinctive leadership and perseverance in motivating the development of the state’s water resources.

In 1995, Langerud was hired by the State Water Commission as chief meteorologist in the Atmospheric Resources Division and in 2000 became director. During his career, Langerud has served on various professional organizations related to weather modification, holding roles such as president of the Weather Modification Association and chairman of the North American Interstate Weather Modification Council.

Gets certification

Dr. Jonathan Rodrigues, an allergist at Sanford Seventh & Broadway Clinic in Bismarck, recently completed his board certification in allergy and immunology through the American Board of Allergy and Immunology.

Rodrigues joined Sanford Health in 2016.

Hired, promoted

Lyndon Mertz is a new employee at Kupper Subaru and Allison Gaw has been promoted to business manager.

Mertz, born and raised in Bismarck, is a sales and leasing consultant.

Gaw was a sales and leasing consultant at Kupper for more than three years before her promotion.

McDonald joins

Hannah McDonald has joined Pediatric Therapy Partners, Bismarck, as a speech-language pathologist.

McDonald earned a bachelor’s degree in communication sciences and disorders and a master’s degree in speech-language pathology, both from the University of North Dakota. She has experience as a speech-language pathologist in a private practice setting.

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