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Business new hires, announcements

Business new hires and announcements in the region

RiverView Health, Crookston, has announced the addition of Todd Sekundiak, MD, to its medical staff. He is an orthopaedic surgeon specializing in adult joint reconstruction using minimally invasive techniques. In a news release, RiverView Orthopaedic Surgeon and Chief Medical Officer Colin Fennell said, “Dr. Sekundiak is a national leader in total hip and total knee replacement and a regional leader in the management of complex revision problems of hips and knees.”

North Dakota Farmers Union Insurance, based in Jamestown, has announced that Lynn Kadlec of Grand Forks was a top five producer of new health insurance sales and new supplemental insurance sales for the company for the month of September.with offices in

Brink Lawyers, Hallock, Minn., has announced a new hire and also scholarship recipients. Kaitlyn Bjornson of Cavalier has joined the firm as an associate attorney, practicing primarily in family law and litigation. She received her Juris Doctor along with an Indian and Tribal Law Certificate from the University of North Dakota School of Law in 2020. Ethan Johnson of Roseau, Minn., is the recipient of the Brink Lawyers University of North Dakota School of Law Northern Valley Scholarship. He is in his second year of law school at UND. Lexi Wentworth of Fergus Falls, a second-year student at the University of St. Thomas School of Law, is the recipient of the Brink Lawyers Northern Valley Scholarship for Minnesota law school students.

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Todd Sekundiak, MD, RiverView Health, Crookston

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