• Marge Combe of Fox Point has joined Vernal Management Consultants as a leadership development consultant. She is certified in executive coaching and has more than 30 years of experience in corporate strategic planning, communications and change management.
• Richard Schroeder has been appointed controller at Bank Mutual's corporate headquarters, 4949 W. Brown Deer Road, Brown Deer.
• Valerie Peterson of Glendale has been promoted to manager of small group underwriting at Milwaukee-based Assurant Health. She has been with the firm for 10 years and previously served as supervisor of sales.
• North Shore Bank's Grafton branch has hired Gloria Rosenberg of Mequon as a customer service representative.
• Eileen Schwalbach of Shorewood has been named president of Mount Mary College, 2900 N. Menomonee River Parkway. She has been the college's acting president since September, 2008.
• Bank Mutual has named Tom Vandemortel vice president, commercial banker at its Commercial Banking Center, 2600 N. Mayfair Road, Wauwatosa. He will be responsible for the bank's business development in the North Shore.
• J. Jay Goodman, Shannon Graewin, Allen Pasch and Kevin Packman have joined the Wheaton Franciscan Medical Group. The team of surgeons previously practiced as part of Wagner, Goodman, Pasch and Packman S.C. and will continue to practice at their office, 5150 N. Port Washington Road, Glendale.
• Stephen Bablitch of Whitefish Bay joins Aurora Health Care as senior vice president Monday, March 23. Bablitch will oversee government affairs, legal services and compliance for the not-for-profit organization. He is currently a partner in the Quarles & Brady law firm.
• Lesley Luehrs has been named director of student services at Concordia University Wisconsin's School of Pharmacy, Mequon. She previously managed student recruiting and internships for GE Healthcare.
• Community Memorial Hospital, Menomonee Falls, recently added Stephen Kurtin of Mequon, who specializes in orthopedics at Medical Associates, to its staff.
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