Professionals on the move - April 3, 2016

Courtesy of The Times • April 3, 2016

Wells Fargo Advisors has designated Managing Director-Investments James Percifield and Financial Advisor Kristin Jackson as members of the firm’s Premier Advisor Program. Both work in the firm’s Chesterton office. The distinction reflects their achievement in meeting or exceeding Wells Fargo Advisors’ standards as measured by several key metrics.

Heather Ennis, President and CEO of the Northwest Indiana Forum, was named to the board of directors of the Indiana Economic Development Association. The association is the voice of economic development for Indiana, made up of economic developers, utilities, financial institutions, engineers, architects and others.

Indiana American Water, a subsidiary of American Water, honored field service representative Charles Kelley for reaching 60 years of service with the company, making him its longest-tenured employee. Indiana American Water President Deron Allen praised Kelley, who continues on the job at age 79, for his work ethic and enthusiasm.

Cedar Creek Health Campus Chef Mike Beresand and Assistant Director of Dining Services Liz Corns won the Gold award in the Divisional Culinary Olympics held in Elkhart, Indiana. Thirteen campuses of Trilogy Health Services participated in the competition, where chefs are challenged to be innovative, detail-oriented, and mindful.

Methodist Hospitals at their annual Service Awards Banquet recognized Emily Nieto as their Employee of the Year, Rev. Dr. David Neville as Leader of the Year, Lisa Montagano as Humanitarian of the Year, and Jacqueline Cooper as Safety Star of the Year.

Franciscan St. Anthony Health-Michigan City named Pearlie Jenkins, a behavioral health technician who has been with the hospital for 20 years, as its April Ambassador of the Month. The award recognizes employees who exhibit the mission and values of Franciscan Alliance.