MutualBank promotes Caldwell
MUNCIE — MutualBank has promoted Chris Caldwell to senior vice president. He will succeed Don Kyle as manager of the Business Banking division in early 2013.
Caldwell, who started his banking career in 1990, obtained a Bachelor of Science degree from Manchester College, master’s from Ohio University and an MBA from Anderson University.
Caldwell joined MutualBank in 2005 as business banker, was promoted to senior business banker and to manager of the Central Region Business Banking division in 2008. He is a 2008 graduate of the American Bankers Association Stonier Graduate School of Banking and the American Bankers Association Commercial Lending School.
Caldwell spends time volunteering in the communities he serves. He is the 2013 chairman of the annual campaign for the United Way of Delaware County. He serves as board chairman for Second Harvest Food Bank and serves on the board of directors for the Boys & Girls Club of Muncie. Caldwell serves on the Indiana Bankers Association Commercial Lending Committee. Caldwell and his wife have two daughters and live in Muncie with their two dogs. In his spare time, Caldwell enjoys running, biking, golf and the “lake life” of boating, swimming, skiing and tubing.
Dr. Multani joins Pendleton office
PENDLETON — Manpreet Multani, M.D., has joined the St. Vincent Medical Group Pendleton office adjacent to Marsh Supermarket at 3041 U.S. 36.
Multani is certified by the American Board of Family Medicine. She is focusing her practice on adult medicine. She has a special interest in treating chronic medical conditions, such as diabetes and hypertension, with an added emphasis on primary prevention.
She earned her medical degree from the Medical College, Amritsar, India. She completed her residency in family medicine at St. John Hospital and Medical Center in Detroit.
Multani joins family medicine physicians Drs. Valerie Beard and George Agapios. All the physicians in the Pendleton facility welcome new patient inquiries. Call 778-0000.
VanNess honored by hospital association
ANDERSON — The Indiana Hospital Association (IHA) recently presented its highest awards at the 2012 IHA Annual Meeting during the banquet and awards ceremony. Bill VanNess, M.D., former president and CEO of Community Hospital Anderson, received the IHA Distinguished Service Award. This award is the highest honor for a hospital chief executive in recognition of outstanding achievement and dedication to his or her organization, its patients, the community and the profession.
VanNess served as president and CEO of Community Hospital Anderson from 1996 to 2012. Prior to serving the hospital as president, VanNess was a member of the medical staff at Community Anderson as a practicing physician for 24 years. He held many honors at Community Anderson, as he was president of the medical staff in 1979; chairman of the family practice department in 1987; chairman of the pediatrics department in 1985; chairman of the internal medicine department in 1982; and a member of the board of directors from 1983 to 1989.
VanNess has served various positions for the Indiana State Medical Association, including president in 1993-94. In 2005, Gov. Mitch Daniels appointed VanNess as a three-year member of the Indiana State Department of Health executive board.
Sidwell announced as IEHA president
ANDERSON — Community Hospital Anderson is proud to announce that Sherry Sidwell, vice president of Integrated Services, will now be serving as the president of the International Executive Housekeepers Association Inc.
In IEHA’s monthly online publication, Sidwell stated her excitement and anticipation of her presidency by crediting those before her. “With appreciation of the work and progress of the leaders before me, I am energized to continue those initiatives, as well as work collaboratively with each level of the association as we advance IEHA in uniting facility managers worldwide.”
As vice president of Integrated Services at Community Hospital Anderson, her background and experience will allow her to lead and grow IEHA during her term. Her intent as president is to continue to advance IEHA as the premiere international association for uniting facility managers.
IEHA is a 3,500-plus professional member organization for people employed in facility housekeeping at the management level. The organization was founded in 1930 in New York City, and is now located in Westerville, Ohio.
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