Personnel file

Jerry Herzog has been named business development director at Milwaukee-based marketing and business communications agency Scheibel Halaska. Herzog’s 15-year career in new business development includes roles at Dun & Bradstreet, Kendall Healthcare and, most recently, Safenet Consulting. He is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
Stephen P. Bartholomew has joined Great Midwest Brokerage, a Highland Capital Brokerage office, as sales vice president. He has more than 22 years of experience in the insurance and employee benefits industry. Most recently, Bartholomew served as brokerage relationship manager for AON Worksite Solutions. Bartholomew earned his master of business administration degree from Northeastern University and his undergraduate degree from Assumption College.
Sue Winkelman has joined Extendicare Health Services in Milwaukee as a regional director of sales and marketing for the assisted living facilities. The firm has also hired Irina Todor as a payroll specialist and Joy Zaffke as administrative assistant for the Wisconsin/Minnesota Regional office. The firm owns and/or manages more than 200 skilled-nursing, rehabilitation, subacute, assisted living and retirement centers in 13 states.
Michael A. McIntosh has been appointed president and CEO of RexCon, a manufacturer of concrete batching plants, concrete paving machines and computer controls for concrete plants. He succeeds Edward Lutz, who retired to pursue special business interests for The Pinkert Industrial Group, the owner of RexCon. McIntosh had been with Bucyrus-International, where he held various positions for the past 16 years.
Joe Pepitone, manager of landscape architecture, and Barb Schlapman, manager of interior space planning, at Zimmerman Design Group Architects in Wauwatosa, have been promoted to stockholder in the firm. The firm also named Justin Arndt, construction field services, and Nadzella Bulie, architectural CAD technician, associates.
Martin Choren and Apraham Khatchadourian have been named to the board of directors and vice presidents of their respective studios at Plunkett Raysich Architects in Milwaukee. Choren is in the Corporate/Commercial studio while Katchadourian is in the Education K-12 studio.
Richard Blomquist has joined the board of directors of the T.E. Brennan Co. in Milwaukee. Blomquist was the founder, owner and president/CEO of Associates for Health Care from 1984 until earlier this year. AHC was sold to BCE Emergis last June; Blomquist remained with the operation until this March, acting as senior vice president for strategic initiatives. He now runs a consulting business focusing on health-care and health-benefit costs.
James Radke has been named operations manager at Coakley Bros. Co., a Milwaukee-based residential and industrial moving, furniture installation, records management, warehousing and distribution firm. Meanwhile, Coakley Tech, a high-tech document management and distribution company, has appointed Peggy Coakley as CE) and Christopher A. Illman as president. Coakley is also president of Coakley Bros. Illman had earlier been with Xerox and Gartner, Inc.
Michael Roidt, formerly vice president of commercial lending, has been promoted to the position of senior vice president in the commercial lending division at TCF Bank. Roidt joined TCF’s Commercial Lending division in 1990. He received his bachelor of business administration degree from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater.
Bob Dziewiontkowski has joined Creative Constructors of Menomonee Falls as a project superintendent. He has more than 15 years of construction education and experience.
June 7, 2002 Small Business Times, Milwaukee

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