More honors for Zilber
The Kiwanis Club of Milwaukee, recently announced that Joseph Zilber, the founder of Milwaukee-based real estate company Zilber Ltd., was selected as the recipient of the 2009 Kiwanis Milwaukee Award.
In addition, Cardinal Stritch University announced that Zilber will be the commencement speaker and will receive an honory doctoral degree on Sunday.
The Kiwanis Club award has been presented for over 25 years, and honors an individual whose actions have served as a significant source of pride for the greater Milwaukee community. The club said it is honoring Zilber for the award because of his business philosophy of taking care of people, and for charitable contributions that have helped make Milwaukee a better place to live.
Past recipients of the Kiwanis Club of Milwaukee Kiwanis Milwaukee Award include Arthur B. Py, Francis Ferguson, Michael J. Cudahy, Senator Herb Kohl, Ben Barkin, Frank Zeidler, Jon McGlocklin, Jon Stollenwerk, Chancellor Nancy Zimpher, Justice Janine Geske, Jean Lindemann and Gwen Jackson.
The Cardinal Stritch commencement ceremony will be held Sunday at the Bradley Center. About 700 students will receive their degrees at the ceremony. Zilber will participate from his home in Hawaii via a taped message.
Eppstein Uhen adds to staff
Milwaukee-based Eppstein Uhen Architects recently hired Kit Dailey as public information specialist and Jeff Hoffmann as senior living specialist. Dailey comes to the firm from Robert W. Baird and has more than 15 years of experience in the public communication field. Hoffman, for the past 10 years, has been responsible for project development and client relationships for two construction companies, and he has extensive experience planning, developing, designing and constructing all types of living environment.