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Financial adviser attends retirement planning seminar

Janette F. Koon, a financial adviser with Waddell & Reed, recently attended the Investment News Retirement Income Summit in Chicago.

The conference offered seminars on several retirement investment topics, such as Social Security, retirement income health care and others

She has been a financial adviser for more than 30 years and counsels clients in Bloomington and Greenwood.

To learn more, call her office at 887-1764.

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Credit union names vice president of lending

Financial Center First Credit Union has promoted Sven Leander to vice president of lending.

He has been with the credit union nearly four years, working as the consumer lending manager and the director of lending operations. He has worked in financial services over 23 years in various retail and lending positions at several banks.

Leander earned a bachelor’s degree in economics from Indiana University.

He also serves on Financial Center’s G2 Mentor Leadership, University and Empower Committees. He is a previous member of the Indiana Credit Union League’s Ignite program and was the 2013 recipient of the ICUL’s Emerging Leadership Award.

Behavior analyst joining Greenwood pediatric clinic

Hopebridge Pediatric Specialists recently announced the addition of Matthew Temple to the Greenwood clinic as a board certified behavior analyst.

In this role, he will provide applied behavior analysis consultation and evaluation to outpatient clients, create behavior plans for each child on his caseload, and instruct, motivate, and assist patients to learn and improve functional activities, among other responsibilities.

Temple completed his analyst training at the Florida Institute of Technology and holds a bachelor’s degree in theology from Indiana Bible College. He earned both a master’s degree in human services: marriage and family and a doctorate in counseling at Liberty University. Temple will be pursuing a doctorate in psychology or education, working toward a BCBA-D designation.

He has eight years’ experience in working with children with autism and other developmental delays and disorders.

To learn more about the clinic, visit

Emergency physician earns top statewide honor

Dr. Randall M. Todd, has received top honors from the Indiana Chapter of the American College of Emergency Physicians.

Todd is medical director of Franciscan St. Francis Health’s emergency departments and recently was awarded the Fred G. Osborn Outstanding Indiana Emergency Physician Award. He was cited for his outstanding leadership, compassion and dedication to patients, and community through the practice of emergency medicine in Indiana.

As president of Emergency Physicians of Indianapolis, Todd leads a team of 45 physicians, advanced practice providers and support staff, serving at Franciscan St. Francis’ emergency rooms in Indianapolis and Mooresville.

Todd has been affiliated with the hospital since 1988 and has helped steer many innovative programs, including cath lab activation for heart attack patients and stroke and sexual assault response teams. He also has held several clinical and administrative leadership positions during his tenure.

He received his undergraduate degree in chemistry from Miami University (Ohio) and earned his medical degree, with honors, from Ohio State University. He completed his emergency medicine internship and residency at Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis.

Todd has held memberships on the Emergency Medical Services Commission of Indiana and Stroke Prevention Task Force, and he served on the IACEP board of directors.