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Press Release - SHRM 10 Year Anniversary Event

    June 25, 2013

    June 25, 2013




    SHRM - Medina County, an affiliate of The Society for Human Resource Management, will hold a special event for its 10 Year Anniversary on August 27 at Weymouth Country Club, Medina, Ohio.  Current President, Karen Sating will preside over the event.

    A special committee has been appointed to plan and coordinate the event.  Committee members are: Sandy Frommeyer, Business Consultant, Medina County Career Center; Nellie Rodman, HR Manager, Westfield Bank; Mark Dzurec, Workforce Consultant, The Medina County Workforce Development Center; Pam Giguere, Past President 2005, Human Resources and Payroll Administrator, Verantis Corporation; Rose Bartuccio, Sales Manager, The Reserves Network; and Jan Humphrey, Owner of New Directions Career Transitions Services, LLC.

    Original founding members who will be honored are Sharon Murawski, Past Co-Chair and Past President 2003; Mary Gifford, Past Co-Chair and President 2004; Pat Shrimpton, Past Treasurer 2004 and 2005; and Pam Giguere, Past President 2005 and 2008.

    Special Guests include additional Past Presidents and current President of SHRM – Medina County:

    Kristina Schotzinger    2006

    Allen Loew                  2007

    Pam Giguere               2005 and 2008

    Melissa Robinson        2009

    Tina Brostek                2010

    Bonnie Thompson        2011 and 2012

    Karen Sating               2013


    Members and non-members are invited to attend the event.


    About SHRM – Medina County

    The Medina County Chapter of SHRM was started with the support of the Greater Medina Chamber of Commerce and started as The Medina Chamber Human Resource Council.  The Greater Medina Chamber of Commerce provided the infrastructure necessary to build the Chapter, with the understanding that the Chapter would eventually become self-sufficient.  On October 16, 2005 SHRM – Medina County became affiliated with the Society for Human Resource Management.  The Mission of the SHRM-Medina County chapter is to serve the needs of human resource professionals by providing the most essential and comprehensive set of resources available through providing a broad and actively engaged membership that ensures dissemination of leading human resource practices; advancing the knowledge and skills of human resource professionals necessary for the success of their companies; increasing awareness and understanding of the human resource profession through the business community and the general public; and promoting the human resource profession as a partner in strategic business planning.