ENX Magazine and BEI Services recognized EO Johnson Business Technologies with the prestigious Office Technology Service Excellence Award – Platinum Level. ENX Magazine, a national industry trade publication, used BEI Services unbiased standards to determine service performance in key areas that directly impact customer satisfaction, machine performance and overall service department efficiency. Recipients of this award are evaluated based on statistical service data collected and compared to BEI Services standards and the performance of dealerships nationally.
Siemens Building Technologies, the world market leader for safe, energy efficient and environmentally friendly buildings and infrastructure, recently named Bartingale Mechanical, Inc. of Eau Claire as 2014 Building Automation Dealer of the Year. Bartingale Mechanical achieved the highest combination of net and percentage sales growth of all Siemens’ U.S. value-added partners, installing Siemens’ Talon BAS in a variety of new and existing facilities in western Wisconsin. Nearly 100 Siemens value-added partners contended for the prestigious award. In addition to naming Bartingale Mechanical as its 2014 Dealer of the Year, Siemens also recognized the plumbing and HVAC contractor at a recent company event for exceptional sales growth during 2014. Bartingale Mechanical provides quality plumbing, HVAC, building automation and temperature control services to residential and commercial customers in western Wisconsin. The company has been a Siemens partner for more than eight years and has successfully installed the Talon BAS in such diverse facilities as K-12 schools, medical facilities, commercial buildings, and industrial locations.
HSHS Sacred Heart Hospital has received the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s Get With The Guidelines®-Stroke Gold Plus Quality Achievement Award with Target: StrokeSM Honor Roll. The award recognizes the hospital’s commitment and success ensuring that stroke patients receive the most appropriate treatment according to nationally accepted, research-based guidelines based on the latest scientific evidence. Sacred Heart Hospital earned the award by meeting specific quality achievement measures for the diagnosis and treatment of stroke patients at a set level for a designated period.
Jerard Jensen has been named general counsel for the Marshfield Clinic Health System. Jensen, a Milwaukee native, brings more than 25 years of experience as regional managing shareholder and a health care attorney in the Madison office of Milwaukee-based Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek S.C. He earned a bachelor’s degree from UW-Oshkosh; completed a New York City Urban Fellowship; received his juris doctor degree at UW-Madison. Jensen is a member of the State Bar of Wisconsin and affiliated with the American Health Lawyers Association and Corporate and Health Law Sections, Wisconsin Bar Association.
This event was held at UW-Eau Claire Davies Center on April 21. The Chamber's leadership was transferred from Board Chair, Paul Kohler, Charter Bank to Incoming Board Chair, Faye Deich, HSHS Sacred Heart Hospital. Mary Kay Brevig of Eau Claire Energy Cooperative served as the emcee.
Paul Kohler, Charter Bank Eau Claire - Board Chair
Faye Deich, HSHS Sacred Heart Hospital - Board Chair Elect
Dave Johnson, EO Johnson Business Technologies - Secretary/Treasurer
Darin McFadden, Group Health Cooperative of Eau Claire-Past Chair (completed term)
Tim Benedict, Benedict Refrigeration
Mark Faanes, Wipfli
Mark Degner, USBank
Bill Hilgedick, Edward Jones
Paul Bammel, Mayo Clinic Health System (completed term)
Dave Becker, Liberty Exteriors (completed term)
Scott Biederman, Profitable Transitions
Jim Fey, Student Transit-Eau Claire, Inc.
Christine Gimber, Weld, Riley, Prenn & Ricci (completed term)
Michelle Harris, Charter Bank (completed term)
Diane Hoadley, UW-Eau Claire College Of Business
Peter Hoeft, Hoeft Builders (completed term)
Bob Krause, Invisible Inc.
Rick Lambrecht, AGEM Group
Susan Marcott, Applied Data Consultants
Andrew Martin, Goldridge Companies(completed term)
Terry McHugh, WEAU 13 News
Dave Schafer, Gordy’s Market (completed term)
Laura Talley, BMO Harris Bank
Cynthia Wing-Reed, B-Framed Galleries
Jan Zander, Ayres Associates
Newly Elected/Appointed Board of Directors
Zach Halmstad, JAMF Software
Anne Hargrave-Thomas, Oakleaf Surgical Hospital
Scott Hoffmann, Wisconsin Independent Network
Nick Meyer, Volume One
Andy Neborak, Eau Claire Express Baseball
Ben Rindone, Mayo Clinic Health System
Jerry Shea, Market & Johnson
Ambassador of the Year
Mary Glassbrenner, Group Health Cooperative of Eau Claire AND
Marianne Klinkhammer, Gator Garb Promotions
Chamber Volunteer of the Year
Nick White, LE Phillips Career Development Center
Outstanding Young Professional
Melissa Wilson, Chippewa Valley Technical College
Public Employee of the Year
Mike Rindo, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
Small Business of the Year
Greener Grass Systems, Wayne & Julie Bollinger
MEP Associates—Jeff Urlaub
Top Membership Sales Person
Mary Glassbrenner, Group Health Cooperative of Eau Claire
Woman of Achievement
Sara Antonson, Boys & Girls Clubs of the Chippewa Valley
Thank you to our Sponsors:
Group Health Cooperative of Eau Claire - Entertainment & After Party
Hoeft Builders - Printing
Weau 13 News - Video Production
Bauman Associates Ltd.
Charter Bank Eau Claire
Eau Claire Press Company
EO Johnson Business Technologies
HSHS Sacred Heart Hospital
Market & Johnson
Royal Credit Union
Visit Eau Claire
Festival Foods - wine
May’s Floral - table centerpieces
BMO Harris Bank-parking shuttle
Student Transit - for providing the buses
UW-Eau Claire Foundation - Music as you arrived by the Robert Baca Quartet
RCU Business Loans And Services - Reception
Blugold Dining by Sodexo - Hors d’oeuvres
Cascades Tissue Group
Chippewa Valley Technical College
Citizens Community Federal
Eau Claire Energy Cooperative
Gator Garb Promotions
HOOPS Inc. & Imagineering
Mayo Clinic Health System
McDonough Manufacturing Company
Ruder Ware, L.L.S.C.
Weld, Riley, Prenn & Ricci, S.C.
WESTconsin Credit Union
WQOW TV 18
Citizens Community Federal, N.A. (Bank) recently announced Mark C. Oldenberg as executive vice president. In his newly expanded role, Oldenberg will provide leadership for accounting, compliance, security/vendor management and marketing departments while maintaining responsibilities as the Bank’s chief financial officer. Oldenberg brings more than 20 years of experience in the financial industry. He is a certified public accountant (CPA) and holds bachelor's degrees in both accounting and finance from UW-Eau Claire.
Cheryl Radtke has joined The Samuels Group as an accounting specialist. Radtke comes to The Samuels Group with more than 15 years of experience within the accounting field. She holds a bachelor's degree in managerial accounting with a minor in business administration from UW-Stevens Point. Radtke will have various responsibilities within the accounting department including payroll, accounts receivable and accounting for the Environments division.
Eau Claire Chamber
The Eau Claire Chamber of Commerce has more than 1,200 members.