Hospice of Dubuque Board Kunkel & Associates Weitzel Financial Services City of Dubuque O'Connor & Thomas Law Firm IIW American Institute of Architects Excellence in Medicine Award Northeast Iowa Community College Community Savings Bank Smith Home Gallery & Cabinet Works Hospice of Dubuque Realtor Association of Northwestern Illinois Cottingham & Butler Woodward Communications Coldwell Banker Network Realty UnityPoint Health-Finley Hospital Dyersville Health Foundation DuTrac Community Credit Union Board of Directors Alliant Credit Union Board Steeple Square Board Dupaco Dubuque Symphony Mercy Medical Center-Dubuque Dubuque Bank & Trust DISTek Integration

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Hospice of Dubuque Board Kunkel & Associates Weitzel Financial Services City of Dubuque O'Connor & Thomas Law Firm IIW American Institute of Architects Excellence in Medicine Award Northeast Iowa Community College Community Savings Bank Smith Home Gallery & Cabinet Works Hospice of Dubuque Realtor Association of Northwestern Illinois Cottingham & Butler Woodward Communications Coldwell Banker Network Realty UnityPoint Health-Finley Hospital Dyersville Health Foundation DuTrac Community Credit Union Board of Directors Alliant Credit Union Board Steeple Square Board Dupaco Dubuque Symphony Mercy Medical Center-Dubuque Dubuque Bank & Trust DISTek Integration


ACHIEVEMENTS: Officers: Dave Ludovissy, president; Greg Birkett, vice president; Bruce Rehmke, treasurer; the Rev. William Joensen, secretary.

Directors: Tom Anderegg, Carole Carroll, Vicki Dirksen, Tom Giese, Amy Gilligan, Patrick Gordon, Charlotte Halverson, Dave Horstmann, Joe Kane, Eileen LeMay, Mark Manders, Michelle McDonald, the Rev. DeWayne Teig and Troy Wright.

HIRED: Becky Jaeger as a nurse case manager.

HIRED: Chance Oster as an associate account executive.

HIRED: Krista Shadley as a human resources generalist.

HIRED: Katie McFarland as an account executive.

HIRED: Andrea Scholl as an administrative assistant.

HIRED: Ashley Metcalf as a client services specialist.

APPOINTED: Street and Sewer Maintenance Supervisor John Klostermann as public works director. Klostermann will replace Don Vogt, who retired.

ACHIEVEMENT: Jane Kuhle, administrator, was elected to serve as president for the Association of Legal Administrators , Iowa Region, through March 2017. The ALA provides support for professionals involved in the management of law firms, corporate legal departments and government legal agencies.

HIRED: Jeremy Dannar as field inspector and testing technician for the construction services team. He will be responsible for testing and inspecting both IIW designed and privately owned projects.

ACHIEVEMENTS: Three local architects and members of the Iowa Chapter have been recognized for their service to Dubuque:

Kevin Eipperle serves as board member of the Foundation for Dubuque Community School District. Eipperle is responsible for managing endowment plan fundraising events, submitting for grants, providing a vessel for contributions and promoting programs for students who have great need.

Emily Hilgendorf was appointed to commissioner of the City of Dubuque's Historic Preservation Commission. Hilgendorf's responsibilities are to review projects in the historic districts for compliance with the historic design guidelines adopted by the City of Dubuque.

Christina Monk was appointed chairperson and licensed architect of the Dubuque Historic Preservation Commission. Monk is responsible for presiding over monthly meetings, conducting design reviews, participating in educational opportunities hosted by the commission and offering an architect's opinion regarding designs.

ACHIEVEMENT: Ronald Iverson has received the Dr. John Finley Excellence in Medicine Award. The award was created to recognize a physician who embodies the mission, vision and values of Finley Hospital as selected by their physician, board and hospital colleagues. Iverson specializes in endocrinology, diabetes and metabolism at Dubuque Internal Medicine.

APPOINTED: Wendy Knight to executive director of institutional effectiveness. She previously served as the executive director of business and community solutions. Knight will oversee the offices of institutional research, marketing and grants.

PROMOTED: Barb Topping to client service associate manager. She will lead and support a staff of client service associates at the Manchester, Iowa, office.

HIRED: Kayla Pins as a cabinet designer. She specializes in kitchen, bathroom and locker room designs, and her primary responsibility will be cabinetry design and consultation.

HIRED: Alana Gogel as a marketing director/designer. Her responsibilities will include management of marketing efforts as well as aiding in furniture sales and interior design.

HIRED: Maddison Buse as an interior designer. She will primarily be responsible for closet system designs, in-home consultations, window treatments and furniture sales.

ACHIEVEMENT: Amy McDonnell has achieved the Certified Hospice and Palliative Nurse credential. The certification, awarded by the National Board for Certification of Hospice and Palliative Nurses, honors a nurse for proven competency in the specialty of hospice and palliative nursing care. …

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