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RehabVisions therapists attend hand therapy course RehabVisions' occupational therapists and certified occupational therapy assistant attended a seven-hour hand therapy course on July 12.

RehabVisions therapists attend hand therapy course RehabVisions’ occupational therapists and certified occupational therapy assistant attended a seven-hour hand therapy course on July 12.
The course was taught by certified hand therapist Terri Sullivan and focused on the anatomy, assessment and clinical treatment on common conditions of the wrist and hand, involving a lab and lecture component, according to a release.
Occupational therapists that attended included Katie Huffman, Theresa Brooke, Rayel McPeters, and Miranda Meier. Certified occupational therapy assistant Darla Jesser also attended.
Peters named assistant executive director of Edgewood Vista GRAND FORKS - Mitch Peters, a Dickinson native, is the first graduate of the Edgewood Management Group’s Senior Living Executive Director in Training Program. Peters has been named the assistant executive director of Edgewood Vista in Fargo.
Peters is a graduate of Trinity High School and earned his degrees from Dickinson State University and the North Dakota State College of Sciences. He’s been with Edgewood since August 2013. Away from the office, Mitch focuses on spending time with his wife and two kids, going to the lake, hunting, fishing and anything outdoors. He’s eager to continue making a positive impact on Edgewood staff members, residents and their families.

DXP/Quadna opens Dickinson facility

Quadna, a DXP company, recently opened a new facility in Dickinson at 11121 30G Street SW.
DXP/Quadna engineers, fabricates and services mechanical systems that move fluids and gases for industrial applications.
The Dickinson branch is a 6,000-square-foot facility providing comprehensive expertise and troubleshooting, field services, engineering, pump package design, fabrication, service and repair, local inventory and aftermarket sales support for rotating equipment and packaged pump system users in the Bakken, according to a release from Pat Trentler, Rocky Mountain area manager.
DXP/Quadna Dickinson can be reached at 701-483-8060. DPX Enterprises has offices in eight states and Mexico.
AE2S’ Rude named certified federal surveyor
AE2S (Advanced Engineering and Environmental Services, Inc.) has announced that surveyor Steve Rude has earned the status of certified federal surveyor, which complements his professional land surveyor certification in North Dakota and Montana.
The CFedS program is designed specifically to enhance the level of knowledge and expertise in the professional land surveying community for survey work performed on federal lands.
Originally from Plains, Mont., Rude holds a Bachelor of Science degree in construction engineering technology from Montana State University.
Montee, Klatt join Cornerstone Bank
Cornerstone Bank announced in a release that Pamela Montee and Nancy Klatt have joined their Dickinson office in the mortgage department.
Montee is a mortgage loan officer with more than 19 years of experience. Klatt is a mortgage origination assistant with more than 10 years of experience.
Cornerstone Bank is located at 2717 Third Ave W, Suite A in Dickinson.
Choice Financial recognized as top-performing community bank
FARGO - Choice Financial was recently named to “The Best of the Best” list by the Independent Community Bankers of America, an organization that represents more than 6,500 community banks of all sizes throughout the country.
According to a release, Choice was ranked third in performance rankings for return on equity and fourth for return on assets in our category of a $500 million to $1 billion Subchapter S Corp. bank.
Choice Financial has full-service banking locations in Dickinson, Belfield and South Heart.
As part of its annual performance rankings of ICBA member institutions, ICBA Independent Banker pulled FDIC year-end earnings data to identify the top 25 banks in six asset-size categories.

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