Personnel file

Brett Burris has been promoted to the position of president of Kempsmith Machine Co., a 113-year-old corporation and one of Wisconsin’s oldest machine builders. Burris had been serving as vice president of manufacturing at the firm, at 1829 S. 73rd St. in Milwaukee.
Burris has been with Kempsmith for 10 years.
Robert Burris will remain as chief executive officer of the company. He is also active as CEO of Motive Equipment, Inc., of New Berlin.
Brett Burris will be responsible for Kempsmith paper converting product lines as well as the D&L division of bottle-washing, filling and capping machinery.
The Kempsmith paper-converting machinery involves machinery for the production of cartons and office-filing products. Kempsmith is also a supplier of contract machining and assembly for other machine builders, as well as other manufacturing companies.
The D&L division, formerly Dostal & Lowey, of Menomonee Falls, manufactures machinery for washing, filling and capping three- and five-gallon water containers, as well as washers for all reusable bottles.
John Malloy has joined NAI MLG Commercial as chief financial officer/chief operations officer of the Brookfield-based firm. Malloy had previously been a partner with the Milwaukee office of BDO Seidman, a public accounting and consulting firm, and had earlier been with the Milwaukee office of Arthur Andersen. Malloy also serves on the board of directors of Nativity Jesuit Middle School and the Great Lakes Hemophilia Foundation. He serves on advisory boards for the Professional Interpreters Enterprise and for the Marquette University Accounting Department. The company has also announed that Mike Siewert has been named executive vice president and principal in NAI MLG Commercial. He had CEO of, a firm he founded in St. Louis but which was sold in July. He had earlier been with Stifel, Nicolaus & Co. and with Robert W. Baird & Co.
KeyLink Solutions, a software and administrative services company for healthcare payers and provider organizations in Thiensville, has hired Paula Lucier as a QA manager. The firm has also hired Lana Tash to the newly created position of executive assistant.
Tanya J. Crivello of Whitefish Bay has joined Martech Assemblies in Grafton as quality assurance supervisor. She is a member of the American Society for Quality and has served in various quality assurance and customer advocacy positions with Milwaukee-area electronic device manufacturers. Dennis Rector of West Allis has been appointed engineering supervisor with the firm. Rector is a graduate of Milwaukee School of Engineering and joined the company in 2000. The company provides contract manufacturing and product development for manufacturers and marketers of medical monitoring devices.
T-3 Group of Milwaukee has hired David Schwalm as construction superintendant for its multi-family division. He is a graduate of Plattsburg State University in Plattsburg, N.Y., with a construction management supervision degree, and has been in commercial construction for more than 10 years.
Glenn Gohlke has joined Berghammer Construction Corp. of Butler as chief operating officer. The firm has also promoted Cheryl Lehman to the position of vice president of finance and administration, and has hired Chris Rozof as chief estimator, and Ryan Konop as project manager is the medical division.
Matt Miskowski has been hired as retail operations manager at MC2, a cellular consulting firm in downtown Milwaukee. He had previously been with TSR Wireless and US Cellular.
Carey Kusik has been named director of marketing at NAI MLG Commercial in Brookfield. The firm has also added Jalal Ali as director of information services, John Malloy as COO/CFO, Michael Siewert as executive vice president, investments, and Karri Tate, director of human resources and communications.
Kim D. Michaud has been hired as district sales manager for the Milwaukee office of AE Business Solutions, an IT consulting and systems integration company based in Madison.
Kelly Coyne has joined Suby von Haden & Associates as a manager at the firm’s Milwaukee’s location. Coyne, who had previously been a manager at another accounting firm, is a 1992 graduate of Michigan State University at East Lansing.
Leader Paper Products of Milwaukee has named Marvin S. Cohen to the new position of vice president, national accounts. He joins the firm with more than 30 years of experience in sales of envelopes, specialty converted products and related services, including 22 years in various sales capacities at Williamhouse. He also has held positions with Ampad and Taylor Co. Leader is marking its 100th year in business this year.
Jeff Fleming, who had worked for Milwaukee city government for the past decade, has joined Zizzo Group Marketing in Milwaukee as public relations director. Fleming had served as communications director for Milwaukee Mayor John Norquist, and most recently worked as a lobbyist for the city. He had earlier been in broadcast journalism, working with NBC News in New York and with WTMJ-TV in Milwaukee for nine years.
Bill Angsten of Oconomowoc has been named president and CEO of Metal Express, an affiliate of A.M. Castle Co., and a national supplier of industrial metals headquartered in Waukesha. Prior to being named president and CEO, Angsten served on the company’s board of directors. He had earlier been owner of Metal Buyers Mart, a company that he founded. Angsten earned his bachelor of arts degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
John E. Murray and Alan G.B. Kim Jr. have been elected shareholders at the law firm of Davis & Kuelthau in Milwaukee. Murray is a member of the Employment Litigation practice group and works in the Milwaukee office. Kim is a member of the Litigation Section and the Environmental Law Section where he focuses his work on construction, land use/real property, and commercial litigation. He practices from the Madison office.

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