Central Illinois Business Magazine
ACHIEVEMENTS      June 2017
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Clark-Lindsey's HR director receives statewide recognition

Krista Borbely will be recognized as the recipient of the Rising Star Award at the Leading Age Illinois 2017 Annual Meeting and Exposition at Navy Pier in Chicago on Wednesday, April 26, 2017.

Borbely has been selected as the recipient of this prestigious award because of the many new programs she has developed in her short two-year tenure at Clark-Lindsey including: a successful nurse retention and recruiting program; a monthly leadership training series; and for creating new job descriptions that reflect the key components of Clark-Lindsey’s workplace culture.

Mullins is awarded

RE/MAX Realty Associates would like to congratulate Eddie Mullins for being presented the Platinum Club award by RE/MAX LLC. Membership in the RE/MAX Platinum Club is a very prestigious honor that RE/MAX bestows upon a top sales associate. Mullins was also awarded for being number 1 in total transactions and number3 in total sales volume for the year 2016.

Johnson wins engineering award

Fehr Graham announced that Matthew Johnson , P.E., S.E., and branch manager of the firm’s Champaign office, received the 2017 Civil and Environmental Engineering Alumni Association Young Alumnus Award.

Johnson has led numerous high-profile, multi-discipline transportation and water projects throughout the Midwest, including public improvements and private developments. He is a licensed professional and structural engineer. Johnson currently leads a team of 25 professionals and support staff by balancing working alongside established experts and coaching the firm’s young talent.

Achievement for broker

RE/MAX International announced that Susie Danner , a broker at RE/MAX 2000 in Danville, attained the number one spot in sales for the St. Louis region as well as the number two spot in number of transactions in 2016.

New administrator named

Jason C. Young is the new administrator at Helia Healthcare of Champaign , 1915 S. Mattis Avenue, Champaign.

Young said his goal is to make Helia Healthcare of Champaign “a pillar of healthy living and a benchmark for all other skilled nursing facilities in the greater central Illinois area.”

Butler on sales team

Doug Butler has joined the WDWS/WHMS/WKIO/News-Gazette Media sales team as a marketing consultant.

Butler was a teacher at Jefferson Middle School in Champaign for 20 years.

He received two Golden Apple Awards and helped develop the sixth-grade curriculum involving field trips to the Spurlock Museum and various guest speakers.

He has degrees from Eastern Illinois University and Illinois State University.

Nolan joins law firm

Kevin P. Nolan has joined the Champaign law firm of O’Byrne, Stanko and Jefferson PC as an associate attorney.

Nolan graduated from Northern Illinois University in 1988 and the John Marshall Law School in 1991.

He recently completed his third four-year term as Douglas County state’s attorney.

Nolan previously was in private practice in Tuscola and also served as first assistant public defender in Champaign County.

Nolan’s areas of concentration will be criminal, traffic, probate, family and general practice.

Morano joins Supercuts

Senior stylist Dawn Morano has joined the North Prospect Supercuts team at 918 W. Town Center Blvd. in Champaign. A licensed cosmetologist for seven years, Morano recently moved back to Champaign from Ohio and managed the Great Clips on South Neil. Morano specializes in men’s and women’s haircuts and enjoys staying current in the latest trends.

Team Gauze welcomes Wax

Marlo Wax has joined Team Gauze with Coldwell Banker Honig-Bel l.

Wax sold real estate in Utah for two years and was a managing broker of Wax Realty. Her husband is also in real estate as a home builder, while her son works in landscaping.



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