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P. Lynn Balinas has been promoted to the position of executive vice president of Charleston
Orwig, Inc., in Hartland. He has been vice president and director of client services of the marketing communications agency. Balinas joined the firm in 1997.
Frederick R. Klug has joined Merchants and Manufacturers Bancorp of New Berlin as vice president of business development and finance. Klug holds an MBA, magna cum laude, from the University of Notre Dame. He graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a bachelor’s degree in business administration.
Superior Services/Onyx Waste Services has promoted Paul R. Jenks to the position of president and chief operating officer of the Milwaukee company. Jenks joined Superior in 1998 as senior vice president and special assistant to the president. In February 2000 he was promoted to chief operating officer of Superior and senior vice president of Onyx North America, Superior’s corporate parent. He takes over from Bill Dietrich.
Tony Ingles has joined CG Schmidt, Inc., in Milwaukee as a senior project manager. Ingles is a graduate of Gateway Technical College with a degree in civil/structural engineering and brings more than 15 years of construction management experience to CG Schmidt.
Dean Devine has been named chief information officer at TriCast, a Milwaukee-based pharmaceutical data risk-analysis firm.
Becky Boese has joined Ledger Bank as business development banker in the bank’s Glendale office. She has been in the financial industry for 15 years.
Frank A. Nuck has joined Business Associates of Germantown as an associate of the consulting firm that deals with troubled companies. Nuck, a native of Milwaukee, graduated with honors from UW-Milwaukee in 1974 and from William Mitchell College of Law in St. Paul in 1986, with a corporate and transaction-oriented law degree.
Jeffrey A. Olsen has been promoted to the position of senior vice president and chief lending officer at Delafield State Bank. He had been vice president of business banking at the bank, and had earlier been with Mitchell Bank and with M&I Bank.
Amanda Schauer has been named project manager at Voss Jorgensen Schueler construction firm in Waukesha.
Chadd M. Frank has been promoted to the position of assistant vice president and commercial banking officer at Waukesha State Bank, which he joined in 1998. He holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration-finance from Marquette University.
Roger Michelson has joined Lied’s Nursery in Sussex as vice president of landscape operations.
Joseph O’Grady Jr., M.D., has been named medical director of Phoenix Care Systems of Milwaukee, a national provider of individualized care for emotionally disturbed and developmentally delayed persons. O’Grady had been medical director for Willowglen Academy in Milwaukee, a subsidiary of Phoenix Care Systems.
David Anglehart has joined MSI General Corp. of Oconomowoc as construction superintendent. He had been with B&H Refrigeration of Yuma, Ariz.
Bill Budzien has joined Frank F. Haack & Associates of Wauwatosa as chief financial officer. He has been in financial management for 20 years, is a CPA and holds an MBA from the University of Chicago. The firm has also named Christine Steeno has vice president for human resources. She joined the firm last summer as director of human resources.
John Lohre has joined Port Washington State Bank as director of wealth management services, a new position in the bank. He was most recently vice president and senior trust officer for U.S. Bank and had earlier been with the Milwaukee office of Biltmore Investors Trust, an office of Johnson Heritage Trust Co. Lohre is a graduate of Marquette University Law School and Marquette University Business School, and is a licensed real estate broker.
John Stricker has been named director of the Bureau of Business Development in the Division of Economic Development in the state Department of Commerce.
Rick Doerflinger has joined Bukacek Construction of Racine as project manager. He was most recently branch manager with Block Iron & Supply in Franklin.
Paul Lucey has joined the Milwaukee office of the law firm of Michael Best & Friedrich as a partner. Lucey concentrates his practice on bankruptcy and creditors’ rights. Lucey received a B.A. with distinction in 1974, and a J.D., cum laude, in 1985, from the University of Wisconsin; and an A.M. from Harvard University in 1978.
The United Way in Waukesha County has hired Andrea Urban as its new director of communications and marketing. Urban had been with the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel as a graphic designer and special-event planner. She also worked recently with the Golf Foundation of Wisconsin as its director of administration.
July 6, 2001 Small Business Times, Milwaukee

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