Last updated on May 13th, 2019 at 02:24 pm
Julie Cooper has joined Landmark Credit Union as a business loan officer at its Hartland branch. She joins Landmark with 18 years of financial services experience from Bank One, US Bank and M&I. Michelle Polacheck also joined Landmark, in training and development. She has 14 years of financial services experience from The Equitable Bank, Wells Fargo and Securian Financial Services.
Graef, Anhalt, Schloemer & Associates Inc. (GASAI) has announced the election of six associates. William Fleming, Patrick Kressin, Jeffrey Orzech, Timothy Robinson, Brian Schneider and Patrick Skalecki were all nominated and elected at the firm’s annual principal’s meeting in March. Fleming is the Survey Department manager in the firm’s Chicago O’Hare office. He supervises the daily activities of the Field Services staff, including construction engineers and land surveyors. Kressin, a landscape architect in the Commercial Client Group, works from the Milwaukee office and takes a leadership in the GASAI Golf Course and Community Planning group, as well as on other firm projects. Orzech is a civil engineer in the Chicago O’Hare office. Robinson serves as the chief financial officer and is based out of the Milwaukee office. He brings nearly 25 years experience in financial management and his responsibilities include oversight of the Financial Services Department, company-wide and project-specific financial reporting, budgeting, and cash flow. Schneider is an environmental engineer with technical and administrative project management experience. Skalecki is a civil engineer in the Green Bay office.
J. Timothy Lovett has joined the Milwaukee office of DeWitt Ross & Stevens, a Madison-based law firm. Lovett served on the staff of former Milwaukee Mayor Henry Maier’s Lakefront Recreational Task Force. He also served on the academic staff with UW-Milwaukee’s Center for Architecture and Urban Planning where he was involved in a variety of projects concerning land use issues in Milwaukee County. Lovett was deputy executive director of the Milwaukee Urban League. Lovett is a graduate of the Future Milwaukee program.
Peter J. Schumacher and Robert A. Sisson have been promoted to vice presidents of commercial lending at the Grafton State Bank. Schumacher has more than 25 years of banking experience — the last 13 as the bank’s controller, and a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Lakeland College. Sisson has 15 years in the banking industry and a bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of Arkansas – Little Rock.
Robyn Calvey, a forest management graduate of UW-Stevens Point, has joined Keep Greater Milwaukee Beautiful as education coordinator. She has served with People for Trees, a San Diego-based organization. More recently, Calvey
was a program coordinator with Greening Milwaukee. Woody Dugan is KGMB’s new executive director. His background includes the Louisville Area Chamber of Commerce, vice president for development and marketing of Norton-Children’s Hospitals in Kentucky, and director of marketing communications, media and public relations with the United Way of New York City in addition to consulting work with non-profits in Connecticut and New York. He also lead the development of a national tire recycling coalition and served on the board of directors of the Washington (Conn.) Environmental Council, and is the lead developer for a proposed memorial for the World Trade Center.
Ashley Rhines accepted a position as a survey technician at Welch Hanson Associates in Delafield. She holds a bachelor’s degree in organizational communications from Concordia University in Wisconsin in Mequon and has a variety of engineering experiences.
Central States Mortgage, Wauwatosa, has hired John P. Haydin and Todd Rickun as mortgage consultants. The company also has promoted Charles Miller to production manager and Joel Pamperin to production coordinator.
Jim Mattiolo has joined Poblocki Paving Corp. as a project manager and sales representative. He is a 1991 UW-Whitewater graduate and has worked with paving and concrete contractors in Arizona and Wisconsin.
Matthew Waller has joined Zeppos & Associates in Milwaukee as an account coordinator. He holds a bachelor’s degree in public relations and advertising from UW-Milwaukee. Prior to joining Zeppos, he worked for a local marketing firm.
Allison Harwood has joined Brady Marketing Group, Menomonee Falls, as an account executive. She had been with TMP Worldwide, and holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism and mass communication from UW-Milwaukee.
Chris Bielfeld has joined MSI General in Oconomowoc as a structural engineer. Bielfeld received a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering in 1993 from Marquette University and a master’s in civil engineering in 2003, also from Marquette.
Chipper Express, Wauwatosa, has promoted Jeff "Jay" Kwiatkowski to the position of vice president of operations for the freight broker and logistics firm.
Steve Hoefs has joined Orbis Corp. in Oconomowoc as customer service director. He had been director of North American Customer Service for Ondeo Nalco in Napperville, Ill. He is a University of Iowa graduate with a degree in chemical engineering.
DBA Marketing in Delafield has hired Jill Hartzold Moino as an account executive. She has nine years of agency experience, most recently at the Chicago office of Ketchum.
April Ruther has joined CG Schmidt Inc. in Milwaukee as a human resources assistant. Prior to joining CG Schmidt, Ruther graduated from Port Washington High School and attended the Milwaukee Area Technical College.
Roy Ramquist has been named director of North American sales for Soredex North America in Milwaukee. Ramquist was formerly with Gendex as the manager of international marketing and sales.
Wauwatosa Savings Bank has named Susan Luling and Matt Jendrzejczyk as business development/community relations officers for the metropolitan area. They will be located at the bank’s new corporate center at 11200 W. Plank Ct., Wauwatosa.
May 16, 2003 Small Business Times, Milwaukee