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The Journal Gazette

Sunday, June 10, 2018 1:00 am

Business people

Compiled by The Journal Gazette

Trois Hart joined the city of Fort Wayne's Urban Enterprise Association as its new director.

Trevor Troxel joined Ultra Electronics as a commodity manager and Luke Buehler as a summer intern.

Kevin Cahill was appointed vice president, business banking for Centier Bank.

Don Schenkel will assume responsibility as interim CEO for Physicians Health Plan of Northern Indiana Inc. until the position is filled. Mike Cahill, outgoing CEO, will remain through June in an advisory role.

Jim Williams III, executive vice president with First Federal Bank, was given its Second Annual Jeff Vereecke Community Impact Award.

Carrie Snyder, owner of Sky Zone Fort Wayne, was recognized with the “Wow Franchise Partner of the Year.”

Randy Dunbar, president and owner of RL Dunbar Insurance Inc., is celebrating 44 years in the insurance industry.

Lisa Knapp joined Re/Max Results at its north office, and Penny Seegers and Connie Sears at its Goshen office, as real estate professionals.

Sarah Starcher-Lane, Byron Health Center's executive director, was named the American College of Health Care Administrators 2017 Indiana New Nursing Home Administrator of the Year.

Heather Herron joined Sweetwater as its vice president of corporate communications.

W. Keith Kreicker became the 4th generation represented at TSA Communications when he was hired as its controller.

Kory Gerig joined Do it Best Corp. as an internal audit intern; Morgan McCloughan, database and integration developer; Hugo Ponton, global sales and product development manager; Carli Stewart, communications intern; Sam Wickey, application developer; Teresa Zuber, lumber clerk; and Lisa Dudeck was promoted to member services coordinator.

Mark Mathias and Robert Rossi reached twenty years of employment with Micropulse Inc. in Columbia City.

Mona Dewart was named chair of Fort Wayne SCORE, the Northeast Indiana chapter of the national nonprofit that helps entrepreneurs start and grow businesses.


Kelly L. Brown and Zackery A. Smith joined the Warsaw Police Department as probationary patrol officers.