Among 30 Under 30

Webster natives Chad Hahler and Marcus Mahlen have been named to the University of South Dakota’s 30 under 30 for 2018. The honor recognizes alumni who are making an impact in their professional and personal lives through achievements in the areas of professional success, community involvement and/or university engagement. Hahler is a software solutions specialist with A&B Business Solutions, Sioux Falls. He earned a degree in business administration in 2014. Mahlen is a commercial broker associate with NAI Sioux Falls. He earned a degree in business administration – marketing in 2015.


Iverson joins PT team

Sanford Webster welcomed Jackie Iverson, DPT to the physical therapy team. Iverson earned her undergraduate degree from Northern State University, Aberdeen. She received her doctorate of physical therapy from the University of South Dakota. A native of Webster, Iverson has areas of expertise in orthopedic therapy, manual therapy, neck and back pain, post-surgical conditions and athletic injuries.


Holler elected

Rachel Holler was elected as vice president of fellowship of Phi Theta Kappa at North Dakota State College of Science. Holler, majoring in dental hygiene/hygienist, is the daughter of Mike and Mary Holler, Roslyn.

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