12/5/2012 5:29:00 AM Hamilton County names in the news
Hamilton County resident Jim Wolf participated in the FFA Rally to Fight Hunger to help raise awareness about hunger in the US and internationally. Wolf was one of nine Monsanto employees, who were among 10,000 other volunteers, who all worked at the drive to package over 1,000,000 meals for the hungry.
Frank Alcala of The Goddard School in Fishers received a recognition for a business award and 10 years in business at the 2012 Goddard School National Franchisee Convention in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
Love at Work Ministries has announ-ced its first high school graduate in its education program, Vanesa Morera Gonzalez has been recognized as Love at Work's first high school graduate in its education program.
Eric Turner (R-Cicero) has been named to the Public Health, Rules and Legislative Procedures, Ways and Means committees and Speaker Pro Tempore for the Indiana House Republican Caucus in the upcoming session
Kathy Richardson (R-Noblesville) will serve as Majority Caucus Chair; Vice Chairman of the Elections and Apportionment committee; and Vice Chairman Ethics, Statutory committee.
Heritage Healthcare, a skilled nursing and rehabilitation facility in West Lafayette, welcomes new executive director, Ryan Kinzie.
Before coming to Heritage Healthcare, Kinzie served as an administrator for American Senior Communities, serving at three facilities in Indiana.
He has seven years of experience in long-term care. An Indiana native, Kinzie earned his bachelor's degree in psychology.
He currently resides in Noblesville with his wife, Janean, and their two daughters.
Chad Kozuch with Farmers Bank earned the designation of Certified Public Accountant in August 2012. He is a member of the Indiana CPA Society and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.