Brenda Temple has been named General Manager and Bret Cox has been named Assistant General Manager at Blue Chip Casino, Hotel & Spa, Michigan City, Indiana. Both executives are returning to Blue Chip from senior management positions at other Boyd Gaming properties.
When a person finds a work environment where she feels right at home, she circles back to it even after she’s looked elsewhere. Jill McCoy was Sand Creek Country Club’s assistant professional golfer from 2006-2012 and left to find another professional opportunity. Having remained in touch with the Sand Creek team, McCoy jumped at a new opportunity to instruct golf—she always wanted to teach, and she loved working at the club. This past March, McCoy returned to Sand Creek as Director of Instruction.
Gina Crockett is a qualified medical assistant who has worked for Addison Pointe since November 2017. Gina values the engagement she has with the residents and knows that she can make a difference in their lives. She appreciates that the management staff is involved with all staff and that the employees feel like family.
NIPSCO and Parent Company, NiSource, Host Charity of Choice Wrap-up to Celebrate Charitable Employees
NIPSCO is known for providing power to almost all of Northwest Indiana. However, their parent company, NiSource, likes to provide in other ways as well. Every year, employees pick and choose one cause to raise money for, such as Cancer Society of America, the American Heart Association, of different nonprofits to benefit veterans. This year, they chose the Autism Society of Indiana. At the Charity of Choice wrap-up event at the NISource headquarters, the employees totaled the money and announced how much they raised to donate.
NorthShore Health Centers is known for bringing quality, affordable care that’s accessible to the community. However, their endeavors wouldn’t be possible without a crew of dedicated and knowledgeable employees and providers. Among those employees is Mike Wichlinski, the organization’s new Pharmacy Director.
Kim Stueber Floor Tech aid has been awarded Employee of the Month for the month of May. Kim has worked for Addison Pointe since the building opened more than five years ago. What Kim enjoys most about her job is that the other employees in her department work very well together day to day. According to Kim “Everyone works as a fluid team, which helps make work exciting.” Kim also finds fulfillment in knowing that she is able to keep the resident rooms clean.
Community Hospital recently welcomed new physicians to the Community Care Network, Inc. (CCNI) of physicians. The CCNI physicians of Community Healthcare System are closely affiliated with Community Hospital in Munster, St. Catherine Hospital in East Chicago and St. Mary Medical Center in Hobart.
For the second year in a row, Ozinga hosted the Mentoring a Girl in Construction Camp via the National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) at our dispatch and plant locations in Mokena, IL. MAGIC camp is a nationwide, one-week day camp designed to offer high-school-age girls the opportunity to learn about future career endeavors in construction. Each day of the week they visit different area businesses that demonstrate what it would be like to have a career in their field.
Having spent 17 years at Lake Shore Motors as both a customer and an employee, Eric Stamper knows his stuff. Whether washing and selling cars, or managing inventory and staff, Stamper has a passion for what he does and the brand he sells. What makes him extraordinary, however, is his lively personality and friendly demeanor that makes serving his community easy.
Your neighborhood bank wouldn’t be complete without a hometown guy! Fortunately, 1st Source Bank is in good hands with Josh Birky, Banking Center Manager in Kouts, Indiana.
Ozinga ready mix driver Bruce Mitchell (pictured right) took third place at the 10th Annual Indiana Ready Mixed Concrete Association (IRMCA) Mixer Driver Competition on June 2, 2018. The IRMCA competition tests drivers on a written exam, truck inspection, and up to 10 driving challenges.