Karin Haskell, with Alliance Real Estate in Bismarck, attended the Realtors Conference & Expo Nov. 3-6 in Chicago.
Haskell serves on NAR’s Consumer Communications Committee, NDAR’s RPAC and is a director with the Bismarck Mandan Board of Realtors. She will serve on NAR’s 2018 RPAC Participation Council and as the local board’s RPAC committee chair.
Years of service
The North Dakota Department of Human Services recently recognized employees for reaching milestone employment anniversaries.
Employees in area offices with at least 15 years of service include the following:
Bismarck: 40 years, Becky Blees and Joann Riehl; 30 years, Dianne Brendel, James Fischer and Sue Mock; 25 years, Karalee Adam, Margaret Elkin, Roger Larson, Mary Magrum, Barb Reierson, Lauren Sauer and Patty Wanner; 20 years, Marlys Baker, Mike Bossert, Kelly Klein, Jocelyn Martin, Shannon Nieuwsma, Charlene Olsen, Sheri Seil, Warren Sickler, Traci Schlag, Thomas Solberg and Lisa Stymeist; 15 years, Peggy Christman, Robert Hague, Lisa Hedstrom, Jacqueline Lelm, Kristin Love, Heidi Mercil, Brant Moch, Julie Schwarz, Brianne Skachenko and Karmen Svihovec.
Dickinson: 25 years, Russell Fast.
Jamestown: 40 years, Karla Bachmeier, Perry Finck and Bernice Monson; 35 years, Tammy Gumke and Jody Larson; 30 years, Cynthia Clemens, Brenda Munson, Leann Pollert, Jane Price, Leah Schulz and Daniel Smith; 25 years, Emmy Opskar; 20 years, Donna Enzminger, Tyra Heinert, Jason Larson, Marilyn Slaughter and Dale Soleim; 15 years, Danny Johnson, Gail Riedinger, Karen Stroh, Renee Woehl, and Ed Yabut.
Minot: 25 years, Laurie Bruce and Kimberly Fiskum; 20 years, Celeste Knudsen, Tracey Olson and Anna Winters-Jones; 15 years, Bonnie Schriock.
Williston: 25 years, Tammy Booke and Robyn Soiseth; 20 years, Jaret Cvancara and Kristy Green; 15 years, Heidi Ryen.
Brenna Grossbauer has been hired as chief human resources officer at Starion Bank, succeeding Arnie Strebe, who is now bank president.
Grossbauer has more than 20 years’ experience in the human resources field, mostly in banking. She earned a bachelor’s degree in management-human resources from Park University in Missouri and a master’s degree in human resources administration from Central Michigan University. Grossbauer is a Society for Human Resource Management Senior Certified Professional and holds SPHR certification from the HR Certification Institute.
Two Dakota Eye Institute employees recently obtained certification.
Brooke Bjelland completed ophthalmic coding specialist certification. She has worked at DEI for nearly two years.
Adina Spurlock completed certification as an ophthalmic assistant.
Melissa Horner has joined CHI St. Alexius Health Archway Mental Health Services as a family nurse practitioner specializing in mental health and general health problems.
Horner received a bachelor's degree in nursing, master's degree in nursing (family nurse practitioner) and doctorate degree in nursing practice from the University of Mary.
She is board-certified by the American Nurses Credentialing Center and holds a North Dakota family nurse practitioner license with prescriptive authority.
LeMoine gets award
Heather LeMoine, marketing and research manager at North Dakota Tourism, was recently recognized for marketing excellence.
She received the J. Desmond Slattery Professional Marketing Award from the Travel and Tourism Research Association at its annual Marketing Outlook Forum last month in Baltimore. The award recognizes a travel marketing professional who has made a significant contribution to travel and tourism marketing.
Two with dealership
Connor Hamlin and Austin Beissel are new employees at Cedric Theel Toyota, Bismarck.
Hamlin, who is originally from Oklahoma, works in the reconditioning department.
Beissel is a service technician. Beissel is a Minnesota native and graduate of UTI Automotive School.