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Business briefs for Jan. 23

January 23, 2012
Marshall Independent

Rehkamp-Horvath adds funeral director

Rehkamp-Horvath Funeral Directors has hired a new funeral director, Jay Benedict, to their team of professionals. Benedict graduated from the University of Minnesota's Program of Mortuary Science in December of 2011. He is originally from Lamberton, where he grew up on a family farm as one of four children. In school, his achievements were recognized with the Leo Hodroff scholarship. In his free time, Benedict spends his time camping, running and cooking.

Dingley new manager at Applebee's

Richard Dingley has been named as the new manager at Applebee's in Marshall. He was formerly employed at Applebee's in Rosemount and has 12 years experience with Applebee's.

Cenex celebrates good deeds in Minnesota communities with free fuel

As a way to recognize and reward people who go above and beyond for their community, Cenex the CHS energy brand is launching Tanks of Thanks, a new program that gives free fuel to those who make their communities just a little bit better.

The Tanks of Thanks program gives Cenex retailers, customers and anyone else in the community a new way to say "thank you" to neighbors, friends and family by recognizing their good deeds and nominating them for free fuel from their local Cenex retail location.

Nominating someone for Tanks of Thanks is easy, and anyone can nominate or be nominated for any act of kindness - big or small. Visit and briefly describe why someone deserves a Tank of Thanks. The site also shares other nominations and stories from communities across the country. Each month, 12 nominees will be drawn at random to receive a Tanks of Thanks gift card worth $50.

There is no limit to the number of people you can nominate.

In addition to the monthly drawing, each Cenex dealer or retailer can also give away Tanks of Thanks gift cards to reward individuals they see doing good in their local communities. By the end of 2012, it is anticipated that Tanks of Thanks will have recognized more than 2,500 people in small and rural communities across the country.

Psychiatrist to join Avera Medical Group Marshall

The Avera Medical Group in Marshall announced the addition of Dr. William Del Monte II, psychiatrist. He is a graduate of Creighton University Medical School in Omaha, Neb. and completed his residency at Mayo in Rochester. He is board certified and has 20 years of experience providing psychiatric services to children, adolescents and adults.

He is looking forward to being part of the Marshall community.

"I've worked in the Marshall area before and am excited to be back," he said. "The Avera Medical Group is comprised of specialists who have high standards of serving their communities with quality care."

"We are pleased to have Dr. Del Monte II join the Avera Medical Group, said Mary Maertens, CEO. "He is an excellent addition to our specialty team. Having additional access to psychiatry is important to people in the region."

Del Monte will be serving those needing to be utilize the Behavioral Health Center inpatient unit at Avera Marshall and will also have an outpatient clinic practice located at 1104 E. College Drive.

The Avera Medical Group is a network of employed physicians working in their own practice, but having the resources of a health care system. Avera Marshall also employs specialists in general surgery, obstetrics/gynecology, emergency medicine, ophthalmology, optometry, internal medicine, orthopedics/sports medicine, hospital medicine and pediatrics.



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