Personnel file

Connie Christensen has been named director of sales and marketing at Lakeside Staffing Services/Covenant Clerical in Milwaukee. She has been president of C.C. and Company, a consulting firm focusing on employee motivation.
Carl Sheeley has been named president of Fontarome Chemical in St. Francis. Michel Combe, who had been company president since 1993, exchanged his administrative role to concentrate on Fontarome’s synthetic organic chemical laboratory and international sales and marketing. The French-born Combe is the founder of Fontarome-USA. Fontarome Chemical is the sister facility of Fontarome, S.A., with headquarters near Paris. Sheeley received his bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering in 1985 from Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Massachusetts, and attended the MBA program at the University of Connecticut. He joined Fontarome Chemical in 1991 as plant manager and was named vice president in 1997.
T-3 Group, a Milwaukee contracting firm, has added Tad E. Bulin as a project manager for its multi-family division. He has been in the construction field for 17 years, and holds degrees in construction administration from UW-Madison and light building construction from UW-Platteville.
Bottomless Closet Milwaukee, a non-profit organization that provides used career clothing to low-income women entering the job market, has hired Nichole Gladney as its first full-time executive director. She had previously been development coordinator for the 9to5 National Association of Working Women.
The Zimmerman Design Group, Wauwatosa, has announced the following promotions: Douglas Barnes and John Sabinash, both vice presidents, to shareholders; Lisa Jansen, John Klett, Joseph Pepitone, Ralph Ruder and Joseph Schultz, to vice president; Stuart LaRose, Al Lotter, Kurt Zimmerman, to senior associate; and Mark Flasch, Mark Hauschel, Michael Herriges, David Kornitz, Roger Kuick, Jeffrey Mathews, Jon Molkentin, Kevin O’Donnell, James Olson and Robert Whitmarsh, to associate.
Visual Systems of Milwaukee has hired Sara Lindsey as marketing coordinator. She had previously been at the Bradley Corp. in Milwaukee, where she coordinated trade show activities and corporate promotions and special events. She holds a bachelor’s degree in marketing from Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College in Terre Haute, Ind.
Art Josetti has been appointed corporate secretary at the New Berlin insurance agency HNI. He has been with the company for 14 years and is currently a vice president in its commercial insurance division. The firm also named Jim Natalizio to its executive committee. He joined the firm in 1988 and currently serves as its CFO.
Raabe Corp. of Menomonee Falls has hired Mathew Piette as production manager and has appointed Kevin James as sales service representative. Piette had been with Summit Packaging in Racine. He holds a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from UW-Madison and a master’s degree in engineering management from the Milwaukee School of Engineering.
Dean P. Delforge has been elected as a shareholder with The Schroeder Group Attorneys At Law, a Waukesha-based business law firm.
Matthew L. Kiefert has been named vice president of McClure Engineering Associates in Milwaukee. He is the division manager of the Milwaukee office of the firm. The company has also added Carl Rowlands as a project manager.
The Milwaukee law firm of Boyle Fredrickson Newholm Stein & Gratz has brought on Peter C. Stomma as a shareholder. He is a 1991 graduate of Drake and was previously with Jansson, Shupe, Munger & Stomma in Racine.
Margaret Skocir has been named administrator of The Lutheran Home’s Harwood Place campus in Wauwatosa while Michele Grall has been named marketing and promotions director, effective June 1. Harwood Place is a retirement living community. Skocir has served as director of nursing at The Lutheran Home for the past five years. She is a registered nurse with a master’s degree in nursing from Marquette University.
April 13, 2001 SBT

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