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Johnson Bank has named JoAnne C. Marks assistant vice president-senior mortgage loan officer for the Milwaukee region. Marks has more than 25 years of experience in real estate and mortgage lending in the market. She focuses on high net worth client financing, residential purchases, refinancing and condominium loan programs.

Associated Bank has hired Donald Cross as vice president, telecommunications services lead. He will be responsible for managing a team of telecommunications technicians and supporting the bank’s Telecommunications Voice Over IP Infrastructure. Cross most recently served as assistant vice president, telecommunications engineer for Robert W. Baird. He will be based in Milwaukee.

Associated Bank has named Carol Pultz talent acquisition consultant, based in Milwaukee. She will lead search strategy and candidate recruitment for retail banking in the bank’s North and West regions. Pultz previously served as a customer relationship manager at Kelly Services. She holds a bachelor’s in communications from University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

Associated Bank has named Bradley Teplin residential regulatory compliance manager, based in Milwaukee. He will develop, design and implement residential default lending compliance processes. Teplin previously served as an independent consultant and as project manager with JP Morgan Chase. He holds a bachelor’s in speech communications from University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh.

Associated Bank has hired Rod Suhan as vice president, underwriting manager, for its Business Banking division. Based in Hales Corners, he will lead the underwriting team, support business development strategies and manage key risks in the credit approval and portfolio growth strategies. Suhan has 30 years of experience in the finance industry, including equipment leasing and vendor and franchise financing. He holds an MBA from University of Wisconsin-Madison and is a Certified Public Accountant.

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