EO Johnson Business Technologies named Dave Greene as its new president and chief operating officer. Greene brings 33 years of experience into this role. This announcement follows the retirement of current President and Chief Operating Officer Roger King, who has over 40 years of experience with the company. King will continue work with EO Johnson after completing his role as president. Moving forward, EO Johnson will be organized into three business divisions: Division of Imaging (including multifunction devices, managed print services and production print), Division of IT and Solutions, and Division of Finance and Shared Services. Dave Johnson will be promoted to the position of division president – imaging, and Jim Geary will be promoted to director – imaging operations. Peter Kujawa will be division president - IT and solutions, and Duke Schlagenhaft, chief financial officer, will lead the finance and shared services division.
Edina Realty/Chippewa Valley is excited to announce the addition of three new agents to its office. Travis Gaetz, Lisa Baltuff and Sarah Wendt all recently joined the company.
Rixmann Companies is proud to announce a new member of its leadership team. Adam Dukek joined the leadership team at Pawn America’s Eau Claire store for the balance of the 2016 holiday season as part of his training to be the company’s WI district manager in 2017. Dukek has a strong retail management background. He served as both an assistant store manager and store manager at Kohl’s. Before joining Pawn America, Dukek served as a human resource director at Target. He is a graduate of Mid-Continent University in 2009.
Physical therapist Valerie Plantinga recently joined the Rehabilitation Services Department at Mayo Clinic Health System in Eau Claire. Plantinga earned her bachelor degrees in exercise science and psychology at Dordt College, Sioux Center, Iowa, and a master of physical therapy degree from Mayo Clinic College of Medicine in Rochester, Minnesota.
This week, the Eau Claire Community Foundation will join more than 700 community foundations across America celebrating Community Foundation Week. For 25 years, the effort has raised awareness about their role in fostering local collaboration and innovation to address persistent civic and economic challenges. Community foundations are independent, public entities that allow donors to create funds that support grants to nonprofit organizations. The Eau Claire Community Foundation currently holds over 170 family and organizational endowment funds and has distributed over $1 million in grants so far in 2016. Since its establishment in 1997, it’s distributed over $5 million in grants.
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