Greg Tschider, longtime attorney for the Credit Union Association of the Dakotas, was inducted into the CUAD Hall of Fame during an awards banquet in Scottsdale, Ariz.
The Hall of Fame recognizes dedication and outstanding service to the credit union movement in the Dakotas. A certified public accountant and lawyer, Tschider has represented credit unions since 1973.
Gade joins clinic
Dr. Swami Gade has joined Mid Dakota Clinic at Gateway Mall in family medicine.
Gade graduated from the Andhra Medical College in India and completed a family medicine residency at the University of Maryland School of Medicine in Baltimore. He holds a master’s degree in public health.
Osborn with BAC
Tanner Osborn has been hired as a full-time flightline technician at Bismarck Aero Center. He holds a private pilot’s license and has experience as a sheet metal apprentice and quick lube technician.
Kenny Clouston, of Bismarck, and Bruce Brucker, of Mandan, were re-elected to three-year terms at Railway Credit Union’s annual meeting.
Clouston returns to the board of directors.
Brucker was re-elected to the credit committee.
Scott Larson, Archie Gillis and Shawn Decker are new employees of the North Dakota Safety Council.
Larson is a safety consultant and electrical safety expert. A licensed journeyman electrician with 15 years of experience in the construction industry, he has been a safety manager for an electrical contractor.
Gilliss is a safety consultant and mine safety expert. He is a certified safety professional with professional safety and health management experience in mining, manufacturing, electrical generation and construction.
Decker is a marketing assistant. He has a bachelor's degree in graphic design and has worked in art and graphic design for more than 20 years.
Nagle joins bank
Rob Nagle has joined BNC National Bank in Mandan as a mortgage loan originator.
He grew up near Grand Forks and has worked in the mortgage origination industry in the Bismarck-Mandan area for seven years.
Fitterer in sales
Austin Fitterer has joined Pulse USA Inc. as eastern sales representative.
He earned a bachelor's degree in agricultural economics from North Dakota State University.
Fitterer grew up in New England and worked in a family-operated agronomy business.