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Sadie McGillviray
McGillviray Added To
DCHS’s Ob/Gyn Clinic
she said.
Two New Managers
Appointed
At Coleman Engineering
IRON MOUNTAIN — Coleman Engineering Company recently named two new managers.
Chris Rasmussen will manage geot- echnical engineering services at the Iron Mountain office at 635 Circle Drive. Rasmussen has more than 20 years of experience in geotechnical
to successful national accreditation of the laboratory by AASHTO Re:Source as well as state laboratory prequalification with the Wisconsin and Michigan Departments of Transportation.
Edlebeck will oversee laboratory operations in Iron Mountain, Negaunee and Green Bay, Wis.
Coleman Engineering Company is a consulting engineering firm with offices in Iron Mountain, Ironwood and Negaunee in Michigan and, more recently, in Green Bay. It serves the Upper Great Lakes and the Midwest.
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Larsen Joins Thrivent Financial
MARQUETTE — Jed Larsen of
Jed Larsen
Marquette has joined Thrivent Financial as a financial associate with the organization’s east Wisconsin and upper Michigan regional office. Larsen supports Thrivent members by helping them develop sound financial strategies so they can prepare for retirement, ensure their families are financially protected and live generous lives within their communities. His office is located at 914 W. Baraga Ave. Suite B in Marquette.
An Escanaba native, Larsen attended Northern Michigan University where he graduated cum laude with a bache- lor’s degree in marketing. Before join- ing Thrivent Financial as an adviser, he worked for nearly a year perform- ing marketing duties for the Escanaba and Marquette Thrivent offices.
“We look forward to the energy and dedication Jed brings to the team,” said Scott Barth, managing partner of the regional office. “He will play a key role in serving our members’ financial needs.”
IRON MOUNTAIN — Sadie McGillviray has joined the OB/GYN Clinic at Dickinson County Healthcare System in Iron Mountain.
A family nurse practitioner, McGillviray specializes in health care services for women of all ages, includ- ing birthing, family planning, pelvic examinations and solving chronic health issues.
McGillviray has worked in health care since 2011 as an ICU registered nurse at St. Agnes Hospital in Fond du Lac, Wis., and most recently as an operating room nurse at DCHS while continuing her education.
She notes, “We are so much more than our physical health, and my prac- tice philosophy is to treat the whole patient, not just a disease. It is my goal to get to know my patients on a deep- er level. I truly cannot wait to be involved in the care of this communi- ty for many years to come.”
McGillviray earned her bachelor’s degree in nursing from Chamberlain University in Downers Grove, Ill., and master’s degree in nursing from Marian University in Fond du Lac. She is certified in basic life support, advanced cardiac life support, and by the American Association of Nurse Practitioners.
A northern Wisconsin native, McGillviray enjoys a variety of out- door activities, spending time with her husband, Ryan, and two Siberian husky dogs.
“I have taken great interest in prac- ticing women’s health and am inspired by my patients’ strength, compassion and ambition. It is my desire to help guide these strong women toward a path of wellness,”
engineering, focusing on shallow and deep foundations as well as geotechni- cal recommendations for construc- tion. He is the resident expert on driv- en pile and drilled caisson founda- tions.
He will focus on projects, developing and marketing clients, collaborating with the geotechnical drilling and lab- oratory testing, directing geotechnical testing in the field and acting as the technical manager of the geotechnical engineering laboratory.
He maintains engineering licenses in Michigan, Wisconsin and Minnesota.
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