Stephanie Rasmussen was named the chief experience officer of WESTconsin Credit Union, working from the Menomonie – East Administration Office. Rasmussen’s key responsibilities include planning, organizing, directing and controlling the company’s overall member experience and marketing, while managing WESTconsin’s brand and end-to-end member experience through all delivery channels. Rasmussen has worked at WESTconsin since 2016 as vice president – member experience. Before this, she held the position of manager of electronic services with Royal Credit Union, where she was employed for 12 years.
Literacy Chippewa Valley (LCV) announced that this year's recipient of the Eric J. Wahl "Making a Difference" Award is Sister Diane Boehm. Sister Diane is an LCV tutor and received the award today at LCV’s Celebration of the Stars. The Eric J. Wahl “Making a Difference” Award was created in memory of the late Eric J. Wahl who understood the importance of literacy in the lives of adults and their families. The award recognizes an individual in our community who is passionate about literacy and has demonstrated a significant commitment to the mission of Literacy Chippewa Valley.
HSHS Sacred Heart and St. Joseph’s hospitals recently presented the 2018 Nurse Exemplar Awards to two very deserving registered nurses. These peer-nominated awards are the two hospitals’ highest nursing honors and recognize extraordinary nurses who exhibit excellence in caring for patients and families, provide personalized patient care, and have a superior level of knowledge and skill. At Sacred Heart Hospital, the award was presented to Kristine “Kristy” Terry, RN, CCRN, who works in the hospital’s critical care unit as a charge nurse. At St. Joseph’s Hospital, the award was presented to Regina “Regi” Geissler, RN, who works in the hospital’s emergency department as a trauma coordinator.