Lee Weisbeck, Dave Rogstad and Todd Neurohr have been promoted at Starion Bank.
Weisbeck is now market president for Bismarck-Mandan and will work from the downtown Bismarck and Mandan branches. With Starion since 2007, he became Mandan market president in 2015. He holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of Mary and is a graduate of the Graduate School of Banking at Colorado.
Rogstad is now business banking manager, senior vice president, for the Bismarck-Mandan business banking line and will work at the downtown Bismarck branch. He has more than 17 years of banking experience. He joined Starion in 2014 as a business banking officer. Rogstad earned bachelor’s degrees in agricultural economics and accountancy from North Dakota State University and is a graduate of the Wisconsin School of Banking.
Neurohr has been promoted to ag banking manager, senior vice president, for the Bismarck-Mandan ag business line and will work at the Mandan branch. Neurohr has more than 24 years of agricultural lending experience. He began his career with Starion in 2013 and most recently was senior vice president. He earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration and accounting from U-Mary.
Mariner with clinic
Whitney Mariner, a family nurse practitioner in cardiology, has joined Sanford Clinic in Bismarck.
Mariner graduated from the University of Cincinnati with a master’s degree in nursing.
Rob Meltzer, with the Dakotas Business Center of Principal Financial Group, has earned membership in the Million Dollar Round Table.
Meltzer is a six-year qualifier for the MDRT, whose membership represents the top life insurance and financial service professionals worldwide.
David Wald, with Securian Financial Advisors of N.D. Inc. in Mandan, attended an invitation-only private briefing held by Securian Financial Services Inc. in Baltimore.
The event recognized 25 investment advisers for their production.
Award for Ehrlich
Kayla Ehrlich, a registered nurse at Sanford Children’s Hospital in Bismarck, has received the first DAISY award presented by Sanford in conjunction with the DAISY Foundation.
The award recognizes nurses who are outstanding role models and demonstrate excellence through clinical expertise and compassionate, extraordinary care.
Ver Helst joins
Kayla Ver Helst has joined the North Dakota Housing Finance Agency as director of public affairs.
Ver Helst previously worked in business operations at the North Dakota Department of Transportation.