Randall S. Moore, MD, MBA, will join Franciscan Alliance as senior vice president and COO for Franciscan Health and Care Solutions, Kevin Leahy, President and CEO of Franciscan Alliance, announced today.
Eventually, everyone finds their niche. Chris Ylo, Financial Advisor at Lakeside Wealth Management, discovered his through an adventurous career journey that inevitably landed him his dream job.
Ylo was born in the Philippines and moved to the Chicago Heights area when he was 8. Years later while living with his wife in the heart of Chicago, Ylo was looking to settle down and start a family. This decision led him to quaint Northwest Indiana.
Last December, Ylo joined the Lakeside Wealth Management team and believes he has found his perfect fit.
“The culture of a team environment really drew me to Lakeside. In this day and age, you can’t be everything to everybody. There’s so much information out there that it’s hard to be an expert on everything. Everyone at Lakeside...
Teachers Credit Union has promoted Jeff Benefiel to Vice President of Digital Delivery and Payments, Joshua Neff to Vice President of Commercial Lending, Sandy H. Burd to Assistant Vice President of Payments and Digital Fraud and Sharri Tafelski to Assistant Vice President of Branch Operations and Project Management. In addition, TCU has hired Kara Kelly as Manager of Public Relations.
On any given day, the founding member of a theatre ensemble - a true center-stage storyteller - is just one of the people weaving the thousands of stories produced by the Life Sites into the fabric of the Region. She is a telling example of the varied artistic backgrounds that make up the small but mighty Good News editorial team.
You’ve probably seen Kayla Belec, contributing editor at Ideas in Motion Media, covering events out in the community. But the larger part of her job on the core editorial team is to edit content, process it onto our four websites, edit photos, and engage on our social networks. It all sounds like serious business - and it is - but Belec has a funny streak. Hilarious, actually.
One of my favorite social posts she created was a picture of a stately, bearded, but slightly disheveled Abraham Lincoln on his birthday,...
John Kasper packed up his tools and went to start up his truck after finishing a garage door install when he found an uninvited passenger in his front seat – a chicken. The feathered hitchhiker belonged to the homeowner who had converted part of their garage into a chicken coop.
Judith has been brought on board at Addison Pointe as the new Director of Environmental Services. “I knew the first five minutes that spent with her that Judith had the leadership traits that I look for in my leadership team,” said Kelly DeYoung, Administrator at Addison Pointe.
For George Douglas, understanding the passion that goes into creating a product helps him distribute and represent it with integrity and care. Lucky for him, the product he deals with is one a lot of people dream of having as a focal point of their careers—beer.
The NWI Nurse Honor Guard was formed this past June to fill a need in our community. The organization sends approximately 4 - 5 nurse volunteers to the funeral of a local nurse at the request of the family/or nurse. They provide a beautiful tribute that honors the nurse’s career including a final roll call and extinguishing of the lamp of knowledge. They also offer to stand vigil at the visitation to pay their respects as well. All of this is free of charge as the NWI Nurse Honor Guard representatives consider it a privilege to send off one of their own. Many volunteers have come together to donate their time making this idea a reality.
Meet the unofficial mayor of Francesville. Darlene Mellon pours her heart into the community by taking an active, positive role in supporting Pulaski County. Through her diligent work and time on the Pulaski County Community Development Commission (CDC), Mellon is a strong example of how one person in the community can make a big difference.
Francesville, often referred to as a “small town with a big heart,” is a rural town of just under 900 residents. Though small, Francesville offers its residents dozens of businesses, unique amenities, and a tight-knit community that lends a helping hand to its neighbors.
“We’re small enough to know everybody, and we work together extremely well,” Mellon said.
Mellon moved to Francesville in 1986 when she found her dream home, a three-story Victorian house with a strong...