Professionals on the move

2013-11-03T00:00:00Z 2014-02-25T19:51:22Z Professionals on the move nwitimes.com

Mia Wolf, RN, of Chicago Heights, is the new director of surgical services at St. Mary Medical Center in Hobart.

Mike Goodpaster has joined Diversified Marketing Strategies Inc. in Crown Point as marketing/PR specialist and Diane Towle has joined Diversified as the director of advertising.

Attorney Corrina A. Smith from Schererville recently joined the new law firm of Rebecca W. Geyer & Associates in Carmel as an associate.

Heather Shelton has joined Spring Mill Health Campus in Merrillville as the new community services representative

Mark L. Phillips, Martin W. Kus and Mark A. Lienhoop, all attorneys of the law firm of Newby, Lewis, Kaminski, & Jones LLP in LaPorte, have been honored as Lawyer of the Year in the South Bend metropolitan area.

George C. Patrick, of Crown Point, was named as a Worker's Compensation Super Lawyer in Indiana

Terri Ferree and Tracey Franovich, both of Crown Point, have become independent consultants with Tastefully Simple Inc.

Western Southern Life has recently added the following financial representatives: Patricia Finley and Miguel Frausto to the Portage office, Jeremy Pogorzelski and Michael Foley to the Valparaiso office and Angela Ksiazek to the Merrillville office.

Deb Kersey, of Lowell, joined JBI Insurance Group in Valparaiso as account manager. Nancy Melville, of JBI Insurance Group, recently completed the James K. Ruble Seminar developed by the National Alliance for Insurance Education and Research.

Diane Kavadias Schneider, judge of the Lake Superior Court, recently received the Indiana State Bar Association Women in the Law Recognition Award.

Clifford E. Bryan, senior vice president-investments and branch manager at Wells Fargo Advisors LLC in Chesterton, recently attended the annual Barron's Top Advisors Summit.

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