Businesspeople – July 30, 2017 | Bismarck-Mandan Business News

New at Cornerstone

Leo Gefroh Jr. and Diane Hanebutt have joined Cornerstone Bank in Bismarck.

Gefroh is a vice president/business banker and has more than 32 years of banking experience.

Gefroh earned an associate’s degree at what was then Bismarck State College, a bachelor’s degree in business administration at the University of Minnesota Moorhead and a graduate degree in banking at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Hanebutt is a mortgage loan processor. Originally from Hebron, Ind., she majored in business management at St. Joseph College and received her master’s degree in business administration at Anderson University in Indiana. She has more than 27 years of mortgage experience.

Gullicks selected

Jason Gullicks has been named the Bismarck operations manager for Apex Engineering Group.

Gullicks graduated from North Dakota State University and has 20 years of civil engineering experience.

He succeeds Scott Olson, who retired in July.

Kreofsky on staff

Dr. Cole Kreofsky has joined the Bismarck Cancer Center as a radiation oncologist.

A graduate of Wayne State University School of Medicine in Detroit, he completed his radiation residency at Mayo Clinic School of Graduate Medical Education in Rochester, Minn.

Fuchs recognized

Bryon Fuchs, of Bismarck, a transportation engineer for the North Dakota Department of Transportation, recently received the Dr. L.I. Hewes Award from the Western Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials at the annual meeting in Juneau, Alaska.

The award recognizes outstanding contributions to the highway development program and is presented to someone actively engaged in highway development.

Fuchs was nominated by the NDDOT for his leadership in many programs that help to improve the state’s transportation infrastructure, his role in managing the Emergency Relief program and his…

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