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Braun is new CFO of Dickten Masch

Nashotah-based Dickten Masch Plastics LLC has appointed Steven Braun as chief financial officer.

In addition to financial leadership, Braun also will be responsible for the human resources and information technology functions of the business.

Braun brings more than 24 years of experience in financial leadership, operations management and world-class manufacturing to the position.

Most recently, Braun was CFO of Adaptive Micro Systems LLC, an LED display manufacturer for indoor and outdoor communication and advertising. Prior to that post, Braun held management positions in finance with Waukesha Electric Systems Inc. and HUSCO International Inc. He began his career with Price Waterhouse in Dallas, Texas.

“Steven joins Dickten Masch at a very important time in our history, said Steven Dyer, president and chief executive officer of Dickten Masch. “As a company, we are committed to equipping our customers with every possible advantage in today’s challenging business environment. This means the continued growth of both our services and our manufacturing footprint. Steven’s experience and competencies will be a huge asset as we design and successfully implement these strategies.”

“This is clearly an exciting time to join Dickten Masch,” Braun said. “Not only is the company enjoying strong growth, they have an experienced and dedicated leadership team that’s committed to the company’s ongoing success. I’m looking forward to partnering with them and to contributing my expertise to help the team accomplish its growth goals.”

David Ramon has been named to the board of directors of Waukesha-based Generac Holdings Inc. Ramon is managing partner and co-founder of Vaduz Partners, a private investment firm. He is former president, CEO and director of USA.NET Inc. and also worked with Coleman Outdoor Recreation Group, New World Television Inc., and Gillett Holdings Inc.


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