Last updated on July 2nd, 2019 at 09:55 am
Hospitality & Entertainment
Mark Fuerst has been named assistant food and beverage director at Potawatomi Bingo Casino, Milwaukee. Fuerst has 35 years experience in the food and beverage industry and has been with the Casino since 2000. He has held a number of positions in the Casino’s Food & Beverage department, and most recently served as beverage operations manager. Mark Liner has also been named poker room manager at Potawatomi. In this position, Liner will oversee the 20-table Poker Room and ensure that all aspects of operation are compliant with controls set forth by local and state regulatory bodies. He has been with the Casino since 2004.
The Marcus Corporation, Milwaukee, has hired Peter Engel as chief technology officer for its Marcus Hotels and Resorts division; Kim Lueck as chief information technology officer for its Marcus Theatres division; and Michael Kohler as senior counsel for The Marcus Corporation.
Barb Esser has joined The Rauser Agency, Inc. as director of strategic planning and marketing. Her long tenure in healthcare with Anthem Blue Cross & Blue Shield provides her with unique insights and abilities to develop and execute a business plan that will be focused on achieving agency growth opportunities post healthcare reform.
The law firm of Reinhart Boerner Van Deuren s.c., Milwaukee, has added Bret Harper, Douglas Marsch and A. John Richter as attorneys in its firm. Harper is a member of the firm’s Business Reorganization Practice, Marsch joined the Labor and Employment Practice and Richter is the newest lateral attorney in the Health Care Practice.
Cross Law Firm, S.C., Milwaukee, has hired Jennifer Samborski, a former CPA, as an associate attorney in the firm’s Small Business and Litigation Divisions.
John Vitek has joined the Milwaukee office of Mallery & Zimmerman, S.C. as a shareholder. Vitek practices with the office’s tax, real estate and corporate/business/healthcare groups.
Cannella Response Television, Burlington, has added Jill Seidman Paredes as broadcast long-form media buyer. Paredes was previously with Euro RSCG Edge in Carlsbad, Calif., where she was a senior media buyer responsible for negotiating and buying national media.
The Milwaukee Wave has added Dennis Brown and Mike Sampson to its front office staff as account executives. Brown is an experienced account executive who will be responsible for developing corporate group ticket sales relationships, and Sampson will be responsible for business to business and group ticket sales. He will also be helping Wisconsin youth soccer clubs fundraise with the help of the Wave.
Senior Living Communities
Sarah Chudnow Campus, Mequon, has appointed Kerri Livermore, R.N., MHA., as its new director of nursing services. Livermore comes to Sarah Chudnow Campus from Extendicare, where she was the director of nursing for the past three years.
Staffing & Recruiting
Patina Solutions, Brookfield, has hired Mark Leopold as practice director of sales and marketing. Leopold has more than 25 years of successful and diversified experience in domestic and international sales and marketing, new product development, acquisitions, divestitures, turnarounds and strategic planning.
Tushaus Computer Services, Milwaukee, has added Dean Hansen as director of Human Resources for the company. He has more than 25 years experience in Human Resources and was formerly the executive vice president of administration and corporate treasure for NOVO 1, an outsourcing service and product provider based in Fort Worth, Texas.
Milwaukee-based ARI, has hired Cheryl Pabich as its new director of marketing. Pabich has 14 years of experience helping technology-based companies achieve breakthrough profits and is responsible for setting marketing budgets and strategic direction as well as developing marketing communications and branding initiatives for ARI.
Joe Dalum, president and chief executive officer of Odyne Systems, LLC, Waukesha, has been named to the board of directors for the Green Truck Association. Established in 2010, the GTA is an affiliate division of the National Truck Equipment Association. It was developed in response to a growing interest and demand for more green products and information in the work truck industry.
RF Technologies, Brookfield, has named Mark Harwood as company president. Harwood is a former vice president of Baxter International, Inc. and former President and CEO of Arjo, Inc.