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WAUSAU Financial Systems has named Gary Cawthorne as president of the company. Cawthorne, a member of the company’s board of directors since April, 2009, will assume the leadership of Joe Delgadillo.

"With 30 years of experience in the banking and payments industry, combined with his service on WAUSAU’s board, Gary is uniquely qualified for this position," said Bill Fenimore, chairman. "The unanimous choice among the board, he understands the industry’s rapidly changing landscape and the significant growth opportunity it represents for WAUSAU."

John C. Meng has retired from the board of directors of Green Bay-based Associated Banc-Corp. Meng served on the board since 1991, and also served on the board of Schreiber Foods Inc. from 1999 to 2007.

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"Being a part of Associated’s successful growth and evolution into a major regional bank has been a great joy,” Meng said. “I look forward to watching the company continue to profitably grow under the strong leadership of the board, Phil Flynn, and his management team.  May their future be filled only with success."

Lynn Sigfred
, vice president of commercial lending at First Business Bank-Milwaukee, has been named a certified treasury professional by the Association for Financial Professionals.

By successfully meeting rigorous examination requirements, Sigfred has joined a community of over 18,000 finance professionals worldwide who have earned this certification. She brings the highest level of expertise and distinction to First Business Bank-Milwaukee.

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