Last updated on May 13th, 2019 at 02:22 pm
Landmark Credit Union has named Jay Magulski as vice president of business development, working with the credit union’s new Business Service area. Magulski, with 16 years of financial services experience, had been with the former Firstar Bank. He holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in business administration from UW-Milwaukee.
Jay Zawerschnik has been named vice presidnet of operations at Color Ink, a Sussex-based sheetfed printer. Zawerschnik had previously worked for Eastman Kodak/Kodak Polychrome Graphics, and has 24 years of experience in the printing industry.
Tyler Hauser has joined R.A. Smith & Associates as the Brookfield-based civil engineering, surveying and technical services firm expands into its information technology consulting services for local government. Hauser will be responsible for furthering Web site development efforts at R.A. Smith, as well as providing the service externally to local government. He was previously employed with DS Media in Waukesha. He has a graphics background, with 10 years experience in the printing industry as a designer and digital pre-press specialist, including three years of Web site design and development. He holds a bachelor of fine arts degree with an emphasis in graphic communications and photography from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh. He is currently enrolled in the webmaster certificate program with an emphasis in Web development and database administration at Marquette University.
Robert Glaser of Brown Deer has been appointed to the state’s Development Finance Board. The board oversees the administration of the Technology Development Fund, applied research in technology, technology-based incubator, customized labor training and major economic development programs, all of which are part of the Wisconsin Development Fund. The board also oversees the Recycling Loan Program. Glaser is the sub-district director for district two of the United Steelworkers of America. Previously, he was an international representative for the union and president of Local Union 6499, which represents the workers at Mirro Aluminum Co. Glaser is a member of the AFL-CIO Executive Board, Milwaukee County Labor Council, United Way and Competitive Wisconsin. Glaser has a bachelor of arts in labor administration from Antioch College in Washington, D.C. His term on the Development Finance Board runs to May 1, 2004.
Pamela Oman has been named assistant marketing coordinator at Northern Oak Capital Management in Milwaukee. Oman, a trader at the company, adds coordinating client communications, public relations and advertising to her list of responsibilities. She holds a bachelor’s degree in communications with a minor in marketing from UW-Milwaukee.
Dean M. Hoffman has joined T.E. Brennan Co. in Milwaukee as the practice leader-benefits. Most recently, Hoffman was the regional manager of Trustmark Insurance Co. He holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration and economics from UW-Stevens Point. Hoffman serves on the board of directors of the Wisconsin Association of Health Underwriters.
Robert A. Rohe has joined BHS Architects, Milwaukee, as a project manager in its Educational Studio. He had been at Bray Associates in Sheboygan and before that with Renner Architects in Milwaukee.
May 24, 2002 Small Business Times, Milwaukee