Pederson earns LEED professional designation
Stephen Pederson, Hudson, and project manager and architect with Frisbie Architects, Inc. in River Falls recently earned the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Accredited Professional (LEED AP) designation. LEED APs are building industry practitioners who have demonstrated their knowledge of green building practices and are able to help building owners with the LEED certification process. Frisbie Architects is a 12-person architecture firm specializing in commercial, senior housing, healthcare, government, higher education and church projects. For more information about Frisbie Architects, go to www.frisbiearchitects.com or call (715) 426-4908. For more information on LEED, visit www.usgbc.org.
Randall joins Thrivent
Tracy Randall, Hudson, has joined Thrivent Financial for Lutherans as a financial representative with the organization’s Eastern Minnesota & Northwest Wisconsin Regional Financial Office. Randall offers area Lutherans comprehensive financial strategies, personal customer service and a wide range of financial products. His office is located at 2780 Snelling Ave. No. in Roseville, Minn. Before joining Thrivent Financial, Randall worked in retail management. He graduated from UW-Stout, in Menomonie. To contact Randall call (651) 287-9421.
Douglas Bostrom named to Masters Council
Douglas Bostrom, Prudential Insurance Company of America sales professional, located at 744 Ryan Drive, was recently named a member of the Prudential Annuities Masters Council. This program was established in 2007 to recognize the exceptional achievement of top-performing financial professionals in annuity sales and service. Prudential Annuities is a business unit of Prudential Financial. Doug, a resident of Hudson, can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org and at (715) 386-0755.
Builders offer service program
The St. Croix Valley Home Builders Association announced a new community project program titled “Helping Hammers.” The program allows anyone to submit a proposal to the association if they are in need of assistance with any building related project in the St. Croix Valley area that has to do with a worthy non-profit or charitable cause. All 2010 proposals need to be submitted to the St. Croix Valley Home Builders Association by Oct. 1. Each proposal will be reviewed and rated by the association’s sales/marketing/PR committee, which will recommend proposals to the board of directors for final approval. For more information, and to download the requirements to submit a proposal, go to www.scvhba.com.