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■    Accounting

Waukesha-based Chortek LLP has added William Rewolinski as a principal. Rewolinski belongs to the team’s Tax Planning and Compliance Team and will assist clients in its Real Estate Industry Group. He previously was a shareholder in the Tax and Real Estate Group at Sattell, Johnson, Appel, & Co. Rewolinski, who has nearly 40 years of experience in accounting and business tax matters, has expertise in tax issues pertinent to real estate owners and developers, as well as strategic and personal financial planning and accounting for franchise businesses.

Reilly, Penner & Benton LLP recently promoted Brandon Panka and Nicole Evers to senior accountants in its Milwaukee office. The firm also recently promoted Brooke Thompson to accountant in-charge and hired Jared Brunner as an accounting services associate.

■    Advertising & Public Relations

Mangold Creative, LLC, of Waukesha, has welcomed Lindsey Krueger as a marketing specialist. Krueger previously worked as the marketing manager of Capri Communities. She has expertise in creating marketing plans, creating sales promotions, designing marketing materials and managing websites.

■    Banking & Finance

Mark Benskin has been named managing director, wealth management advisor, for The Private Client Reserve of U.S. Bank in Milwaukee. Benskin has more than 17 years of experience in the banking and financial services industry. He previously worked for BMO Harris Bank, where he oversaw a wealth management team that catered to ultra high net worth and high net worth clients in the region. He has also been in senior positions at BMO Private Bank, Harris Private Bank and Ozaukee Bank Wealth Management. In his new role, he will guide a team focused on fulfilling the wealth management needs of clients.

■    Building & Construction

Weather-Tek Design Center, of Brookfield, has added Sharon Boudro as a residential sales consultant. Prior to joining the company, Boudro spent more than seven years as an outside sales representative at VerHalen Inc.

■    Consulting

Brookfield-based Patina Solutions has named Todd MacKay practice director, business transformation. The firm recently established a Business Transformation practice that advises companies on large-scale change initiatives. MacKay will work to grow the new practice’s service offerings and capabilities, which currently include enterprise program management, business performance improvement, business diagnosis and assessment, change management, and introduction of breakthrough product and service offerings, among others. MacKay has 34 years of experience in business transformation, consulting, technology implementation and outsourcing and has held a variety of leadership positions with Accenture.

■    Education

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s School of Continuing Education has added Sarah Koch as a graphic designer in the marketing department and Erik Peterson as an associate graphic designer. Koch has expertise in design for on- and offline media and previously dedicated more than 15 years to print, email, web and package design for clients such as Wisconsin Lutheran College, Kraft Foods, Miller Brewing and Jockey International. Peterson previously worked as a design and marketing coordinator for Piranio Fitness Systems and is well versed in search engine optimization, WordPress, Adwords/PPC and social media.

Milwaukee School of Engineering recently promoted Billy Fyfe to director of public safety. Fyfe has more than 12 years of experience in university safety and security. He has served MSOE as a shuttle driver, patrol officer, sergeant and lieutenant. His career also includes time working for Marquette University’s public safety division.

■    Health Care

Advanced Pain Management has added Julie Verburg as a physician assistant. Verburg will consult patients in Advanced Pain Management’s Fox Point clinic. She completed her Bachelor of Science degree in health science with a certificate in Physician Assistant Studies from Touro College of Health Sciences in Bay Shore, N.Y.

Quintessa Aesthetic Center has expanded the staff of its Delafield location with three new employees. The center has added Lisa Kwiatkowski and Lindsey Rundle as nurses and Amanda Mueller as an aesthetician.

■    Legal Services

Milwaukee-based von Briesen & Roper, s.c. has expanded its firm with Andrew Phillips, Daniel Borowski, Christine Hamiel, Patrick Henneger and Steven Schindhelm. All five previously worked for Phillips Borowski, S.C. and will now be part of von Briesen & Roper, s.c.’s new Government Law Group, which will advise government entities in business, labor, employment, litigation, finance and organizational matters. Phillips will head the group.

■    Manufacturing

TLX Technologies LLC, of Pewaukee, recently promoted Dominic Petri to program engineer. In this position, Petri will assist the team that handles the design and development of electromagnetic components engineered and produced by the company. TLX Technologies also recently added Ken Gagne as a test engineer. Gagne is experienced in R&D and testing. At TLX Technologies, he will work with design engineers on developing and testing new and current electromagnetic solutions created by the company.

■    Nonprofit

Ronald McDonald House of Milwaukee recently elected Chris Nickels to its board. Nickels works for Quarles & Brady LLP’s Labor & Employment Practice Group. Ronald McDonald House of Milwaukee supports families impacted by a child’s injury or illness by offering them a place to stay during the treatment process.

Curative Care Network has promoted Melissa Wiza to chief operating officer. Wiza joined Curative Care Network in 1994 on a part-time basis and has worked in a variety of departments during her time with the organization. She most recently served as vice president of human resource services. In her elevated role, she will continue guiding the Human Resource Services department and will also head Curative’s Adult Day Services, Employment Services and Senior Services programs. Wiza will also mentor other leaders at the organization.

■    Real Estate

Milwaukee-based Wangard Partners Inc. has continued to grow its team with Jeremy Hillenbrand vice president of capital markets, located in Milwaukee; Alex Brackman, property manager, located in Wauwatosa; Shannon Rice, office manager, located in Oconomowoc; and Yvonne King, receptionist, located in Big Bend. King is returning to the firm.

Mid-America Real Estate Wisconsin LLC has hired Matt Chappell as a broker associate on its Property Sales and Leasing team. Chappell previously was an associate broker in the Retail Properties Group at Siegel-Gallagher in Milwaukee. In his new position, he will be responsible for the leasing and marketing of neighborhood, community and power-based shopping centers. He will also handle outlet and building sales.

■    Senior Living Communities

Pine Haven Christian Communities, of Sheboygan, has appointed Steve Hendrikse residential center manager for the Giddings Avenue campus as a key part of its restructuring. Hendrikse previously served as director of services for TLC Homes Inc. in Sheboygan. His career also includes 22 years working as a long-term care supervisor, social worker and adult protective services specialist for Sheboygan County. In his new role, he will oversee social services and clinical staff for the traditional assisted living section of the Giddings Avenue campus.

■    Technology

Brookfield-based Connecture Inc. has appointed William Spehr executive vice president of sales and marketing and also appointed David Sockel executive vice president of strategy and corporate development.

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