Ohlhauser with BNC
Thecla Ohlhauser has joined BNC National Bank in Bismarck in wealth management as vice president, retirement plan and trust officer.
A Linton native and certified trust and financial adviser, she has more than 20 years of experience in the retirement plan services and personal trust industry. Her office is located in the downtown branch.
Wendy Van Duyne has joined Stantec as a landscape architect and project manager in Bismarck.
Van Duyne holds a bachelor's degree in landscape architecture from Kansas State University and is a licensed landscape architect in North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana and Kansas.
She has more than 12 years of experience and most recently coordinated observations for the School Safety Crossing Study completed for the Bismarck-Mandan Metropolitan Planning Organization.
Stephanie Honeyman was recently promoted to vice president of business development at Capital Credit Union’s main office.
Honeyman graduated from Western Governors University with a master’s degree in business administration. She has 30 years of financial experience.
Larson gets award
Shelley Larson has received the Woman of the Year award from the Bismarck-Mandan Business and Professional Women.
Larson serves on the board of directors for Starion Bank Holding Co., recognized for volunteerism and generosity to community organizations and events. Most recently, Larson chaired the annual Missouri Slope Areawide United Way fundraiser.
The BPW award honors a local business and professional woman who has distinguished herself in her career and community.
Larson has been a volunteer and supporter of the homeless, Central Dakota Humane Society, Sleepy Hollow Theatre and Arts Park and Charles Hall Youth Services, is a past board member of the Bismarck Art & Galleries Association, a member of the Sanford Health Foundation board and past president of the Century High School Parent Advisory Committee.
Melanie Schlittenhardt, owner of Pelican Health, recently became a certified urologic nurse practitioner. She also is a board-certified nurse practitioner and doctor of nursing practice.
Megan Kraft has been promoted to Bismarck regional program supervisor by The Village Family Service Center.
Kraft received a master’s degree in mental health counseling through Walden University in 2014 and is a licensed professional clinical counselor.