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Bill Panter has joined the Milwaukee advertising agency Octane as business development director. He previously held roles with Xerox, Dunn & Bradstreet, Johnson Controls and Kohnke Hanneken. Panter holds a bachelor of arts degree from Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo. The firm has also hired Jennifer Kuhn as its new art director. Kuhn, who holds a bachelor of arts degree from Concordia University of Wisconsin, in Mequon, had been art director and production artist at Core Creative.
Firstar Bank has made a number of promotions in its private client and trust services group, and in its mutual fund services group, as follows: in the private client and trust services group, Dale R. Smith, trust technical and support services manager, to executive vice president; trust account executives Elizabeth Boemer and Thomas Kender, to vice president; accountant Paul Jagielski and systems analyst Connie Michalski, to assistant vice president; and trust support service managers Jeremy Erikson, Donna Glidden, Scott Kosidowski and Scott Olson, to officer; in the mutual fund services group, Doug Hess, mutual funds compliance administrator, and Gail Zess, mutual fund relationship manager, to vice president; Thomas Gaudynski, quality and training manager, Andy Pottinger, project manager, Suzanne Riley, mutual funds compliance administrator, and Brian Smith, accounting manager, to assistant vice president; and
promoted to officer were compliance administrators Jessica Albrecht, Andrew Chica, Jason Hanson and Silviya Jordanove, and accounting manager Scott Stuempfig.
Gerry Edwards joined the staff of Spectrum Digital Services as vice president – sales and marketing. He will assume responsibility for all aspects of sales and marketing for the Hartland based manufacturer. Spectrum Digital Services is a full-service provider of quick turn CD-R and DVD-R screen printing, duplication, and multimedia development services. Edwards has more than 26 years of experience in sales and marketing for a variety of companies including Brady Corporation and Cutler-Hammer. He received a BSEE degree from Michigan Technological University and an MBA from Mercer University in Atlanta.
Jerry Arndy has been named director of sales for The Fish, 105.3 FM-radio, and The Word, 540 AM-Radio. He has held a similar position at Clear Channel Milwaukee radio and the Milwaukee Radio Alliance.
Jack Moneypenney has been promoted to the position of vice president of sales at the Greater Milwaukee Convention & Visitors Bureau. With 12 years of experience in the hotel industry, Moneypenney most recently was director of convention sales for the GMCVB, a position he held since 1997.
Natalie Scholberg has been named manager of the public relations division of Seroka & Associates in Waukesha. Scholberg, with more than 20 years of experience in PR, marketing and sales management, holds a bachelor’s degree in public relations and promotion from Northeastern Illinois University in Chicago. She is pursuing a graduate degree in integrated marketing communications from Roosevelt University in Schaumburg, Ill.
Sharon Wilcox has been hired as director of personnel services at SelectStaff, Inc., a geriatric care management firm based in Shorewood. She most recently was with Hatch Plus.
Joseph D. Bansemer has joined the firm of Fitzgerald, Clayton, James & Kasten in Milwaukee as loss control manager.
Paul G. Starkey has joined Amerihome Mortgage, of Brookfield, as national operations manager, a new position at the firm. He had been a vice president of underwriting, quality control and secondary marketing in mortgage and consumer lending at another firm in the Milwaukee area, and has 26 years of experience in the banking industry. The firm has also hired Tara M. Pfeifer as corporate operations coordinator. She is a recent graduate of Carroll College in Waukesha.
Dean Smith has been named vice president of sales at Metal Forms Corp., based in Milwaukee. Smith, who moved here from Minneapolis, has experience in building distributor networks within the construction industry.
Jan. 4, 2002 Small Business Times, Milwaukee