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Robert A. Ornst Jr. has been appointed chief executive officer of Selzer-Ornst Co., a Wauwatosa-based construction services firm.
Ornst succeeds his father, Robert A. Ornst Sr., who remains chairman of the board.
Ornst Jr. has been president of the company since 1993 and is the third-generation of the family to run the firm.
Burt Trouteaud has been appointed as the executive director of the Glendale Association of Commerce. He became active in the early 1980s as a business member of the association, then known as the Glendale Business Council.
Trouteaud has volunteered the last 12 years as the association secretary and editor-in-chief of the Community Development Authority. He retired from his own manufacturing business in 1995.
Gary L. Hanneman has been named vice president-commercial banking at Johnson Bank.
Most recently, Hanneman served as vice president-corporate banking with Associated Bank in Milwaukee. Prior to that, he was with Bank One, Racine, also as a vice president.
A resident of Racine, Hanneman graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a bachelor of science degree in finance and accounting. He currently serves as a member of the Racine Founders Rotary Club.
Milwaukee Protestant Home has announced the appointment of a new team of vice presidents. Marge Gozdowiak has been named vice president of health services, Ed Hida has been appointed vice president of residential services, David Hopkins has been named vice president of finance/chief financial officer, and Phyllis Petri has assumed the role of vice president of human resources.
Michael DiCastri has joined Johnson Trust Co. as assistant vice president-senior trust operations analyst. DiCastri has four years of trust experience, most recently with M&I Trust where he was a mutual fund trader. A graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, DiCastri received his master’s degree in economics. He resides in Milwaukee.
Barbara Armstrong has joined the Milwaukee office of Kahler Slater Architects as director of operations. She holds a master’s degree in architecture from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee School of Architecture & Urban Planning. Prior to joining Kahler Slater, Armstrong was quality improvement officer for YW Works at the YWCA of Greater Milwaukee.
McGlinchey & Associates, Brookfield, has promoted Melissa McGlinchey, CBC, to vice president, client services. McGlinchey joined the marketing communications agency in November of 1992. She holds a degree in journalism from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. An active board member and treasurer of Milwaukee’s BMA (Business Marketing Association) chapter, McGlinchey will serve as chairperson to its 1999 Bell Awards competition.
Stephen Rudolph has been named vice president-corporate sales and service at Associates for Health Care, Inc., in Brookfield. Previously, he was vice president-special projects for AHC. He is a fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives.
IVM, Inc., formerly Video Wisconsin, of Brookfield, has announced the promotion of Patrice Nault to vice president of operations, and the formation of a new management team for the purposes of guiding the corporation into the future. The leadership team is made up of John Barto, president; Craig Swartwout, vice president of technology and development; Angie Haber, vice president of sales and marketing; and Nault.
Sal Corrao has been named general manager of the Russ Darrow Superstore at 8380 N. 76th St. in Milwaukee. The Superstore handles Pontiac, Nissan, Isuzu, and KIA automotive lines. Corrao and his wife Patricia reside in Milwaukee.
Cindy Barber has been named assistant vice president-private banking officer at Johnson Bank. Barber will be located at the main office in Kenosha. She joined Johnson Bank in 1978, holding various positions. Most recently, she was assistant vice president-personal banker/business development. Currently pursuing a business administration degree at Carthage College, Barber resides in Kenosha. She serves on the board of directors of Women’s Horizons, Kenosha Night at the Brewers, and is a member of the Kenosha West Rotary and the Kenosha Women’s Network.
William Menzel has joined NCL Graphic Specialties, Inc., Waukesha, as vice president of human resources. A Vietnam veteran, Menzel is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and a resident of New Berlin.
The law firm of Godfrey & Kahn, S.C., announced the election of Carol A. Gehl and Daniel B. Geraghty to become shareholders effective Jan. 1. Gehl has been a member of the Securities team since 1992 and Geraghty with the Tax and Employee Benefits team since 1994.
Bernard E. Adee has been elected to the board of directors of Ridgestone Financial Services, Inc., and its subsidiary, Ridgestone Bank. He retired in Sept. 1998 as a first vice president of Robert W. Baird & Co. in Milwaukee. Previously he spent more than 25 years as a bank regulator and as a senior executive in several Wisconsin bank holding companies.
Bonnie Thielecke has joined EPIC Staff Management of Milwaukee as human resources director. EPIC Staff Management is a professional employer organization (PEO) that provides medium-sized and small companies with human resources, safety, payroll, benefits and training services that range from telephone support to comprehensive solutions. She is a graduate of Cardinal Stritch College with a bachelor’s degree in business administration. Thielecke is a member of the society of Human Resource Management and the Human Resources Management Association of Wisconsin. She is a past board member of Milwaukee-area Big Brothers and Big Sisters.
Gordon Pierce, of New Berlin, has been promoted to vice president of the Milwaukee-based office of the architecture/engineering firm of Hammel Green and Abrahamson, Inc. (HGA). Pierce leads HGA’s Great Lakes Office Engineering department. He holds a bachelor of science degree in civil engineering from California State University, San Diego, and an associate of arts degree in architectural structural technology from Madison Area Technical College.
Raymond Sachs, of Wauwatosa, has been promoted to associate vice president at the Milwaukee-based office of Hammel Green and Abrahamson. Sachs is a member of HGA’s architectural staff, serving as a project manager. He holds a bachelor of science degree in architectural engineering from Milwaukee School of Engineering.
Jeffrey Raasch, of Mequon, has been promoted to associate vice president at the Milwaukee-based office of Hammel Green and Abrahamson. Raasch is a member of HGA’s architectural staff, serving as a designer. He holds a master of architecture degree and a bachelor of science degree in architecture from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
Timothy J. Gasperetti has been promoted to the position of vice president of construction services at Irgens Development Partners, in Wauwatosa. He has been with the firm since 1990.

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