Brian Loney received certification from the National Radon Proficiency Program and founded Radon Rn LLC in Fort Wayne. The company will provide residential radon measurement services.
James D. Atterholt has been reappointed chairman of the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission.
Nancy Marcus, a constitutional lawyer, has been hired as the final member of Indiana Tech Law School’s founding faculty and will join the school in July.
Matthew Gerber, president/chief operations officer at Fort Wayne’s ENS Group, recently met with Steve Ballmer, the CEO of Microsoft, as part of a private roundtable event hosted by Microsoft.
Dan Schroeter has joined Asher Agency as vice president and co-creative director. Asher also hired Jenne Sprunger as a production artist and Kristin Scheumann as an account executive.
Teena Kruger has been promoted to customer service manager for the Chore-Time Group in Milford.
The Greater Fort Wayne Hispanic Chamber of Commerce has a new location at 2424 Fairfield Ave. in Fort Wayne. Palermo G. Galindo is the new president; William H. Klemme, vice president; and Angélica García, secretary.
Joel M. Griebel has joined Coldwell Banker Roth Wehrly Graber as a sales associate working at the Stellhorn Road office. Bob Griebel has earned his membership to the International President’s Circle.
Davon Bultemeier, with the Greater Hoagland Group of Thrivent Financial for Lutherans, has qualified for the Pinnacle Council conference.
Patrick Loebs has been hired by Grace College as a communication professor.
Linda Wright, real estate broker for Lancia Homes, had more than $1 million in sales in March.
Otto Lowe is celebrating his 25th anniversary with PHD in its Huntington facility. PHD also has hired Bruce Latham as a model shop technician.
Do it Best Corp. has hired Mark Becraft as a print services clerk and Ryan Phipps as a market research intern. Betsy Hartman has been promoted to assistant credit manager/senior credit analyst.
Don Mueller, associate professor of engineering at IPFW, is one of 30 educators selected from across the country to attend the Center for Sustainable Engineering’s workshop in June.