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TSP Inc.’s newest team member is a well-respected construction-services professional who built his 45-year career at architecture firms and property-development companies. Ed Lund will work as a project manager and quality control/quality assurance specialist in the regional firm’s Sioux Falls office.
TSP Inc. has been recognized as one of the inaugural recipients of the Emerging Professionals Friendly Firm Award from the American Institute of Architects’ North Central States Region. The program is designed to foster conversations between established and emerging professionals. TSP’s application highlighted career opportunities, benefits, mentorship, licensure assistance, conferences and trainings for professional development, and meaningful project work offered to architecture students, recent graduates and registered architects licensed within the past 10 years.
Boyce Law Firm has added two attorneys to its team.
Dylan Bakken’s practice areas include business transaction and formation, creditor rights, contracts and real estate. He earned his law degree from the University of Nebraska in 2019. While in law school, Bakken worked for the University of Nebraska’s Office of Sponsored Programs where he analyzed, negotiated, processed, and drafted contracts and grants for the university. Bakken spent the summer between his second and third year as an intern for Boyce Law Firm. During his third year, Bakken served on the Nebraska Moot Court executive board and was a member of the Children’s Justice Clinic.
David Hieb’s practice focus is on civil litigation in the commercial, construction and insurance industries. He completed his law degree at the University of South Dakota in 2018. Hieb served as a law clerk for the Second Judicial Circuit and before that as a summer associate for Evans, Haigh & Hinton LLP.
Emily Henes has joined The Event Company as an events and experience coordinator. She previously worked at a nonprofit organization in Ohio, planning annual meetings, professional development conferences and fundraising events.
Broker associate Michael Martin of NAI Sioux Falls has earned the Certified Commercial Investment Manager designation. The designation recognizes proficiency both in theory and practice for financial analysis, market analysis, decision analysis and investment analysis for commercial investment real estate.
Security National Bank of South Dakota has hired Tim Rustand as vice president of commercial services. Rustand has 20 years of financial experience, including as a credit analyst, business banker and vice president at other local financial institutions.
Total Card Inc. has promoted Joseph Noe to president and CEO. Noe has been with TCI for more than 10 years. He has held several key positions, including in IT management, recovery operations and most recently as chief credit officer. Noe will report to the company’s new board of directors, the founders and owners of TCI: Greg Johnson, Scott Swain and Greg Ticknor.
Children’s Home Society’s board of directors has elected has elected new officers: president, John McGrath, Brandon; vice president, Tim Hamel; secretary, Scott Sletten; and treasurer, Darla Crown, Rapid City. New board members are Maureen Suga and Greg Schweiss, Rapid City.
Children’s Home Foundation’s board of directors has elected new officers: president, Mike Buckingham, Rapid City; vice president, Julie Anderson Friesen; secretary, Diana Dufur-Day, Hill City; and treasurer, Joe Sztapka. Mary Howard is a new board member.
Here’s a look at this week’s People You Should Know.