People in Business

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People in Business


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Dan Aupperle has joined the management team at First National Bank, Platte-ville, Wis., as senior vice president and senior lending officer. He has assumed responsibility in the management and growth of the bank's commercial banking portfolio. He has more than 30 years of banking and lending experience, including community bank president positions in

Dodgeville, Wis., Pagosa Springs, Colo. and most recently in Pigeon Falls, Wis. He holds an animal science degree and a master's in business administration from the University of Wisconsin- Madison.

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Dubuque Window and Door (formerly Dubuque Sash & Door Mfg.) announced that Paul Kramer joined the company as project manager. He has more than 25 years in the construction industry. He will be responsible for assisting contractors, as well as homeowners, with their millwork needs. He formerly was self-employed as a general contractor building new homes and remodeling.

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Honkamp Krueger & Co., P.C., announced the following:

Sarah M. Koerperich, CPA, joined the firm as audit manager. She is a graduate of the University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, and formerly worked with Deloitte & Touche, LLP.

Staci A. Lange, MBA, PMP, joined the firm as software solutions manager. She has more than 20 years experience and was previously the senior vice president of strategic services at American Customer Care.

Matthew Klaren, staff accountant II, has passed the Certified Public Accountant exam. He has been with the firm since 2005.

Jodee Theisen has transferred to the firm as a tax staff member. She was previously a payroll tax coordinator for HK Payroll Services Inc. (HKP), the firm's work force management affiliate.

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HK Payroll Services announced the following:

Michelle Wells joined the firm as a payroll customer service representative.

Breeze Pothoff joined the firm as administrative assistant for the payroll services department.

Jenna Goerdt joined the firm as administrative assistant for the business development and sales department.

Brenda MacDonald joined the firm as administrative assistant for the training department.

Michelle Pregler accepted the position of implementation specialist for the firm. In her new position, she will be providing service to new payroll clients. She was formerly an administrative assistant.

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River Valley Capital Group announced the following:

Kendra Stoner has been promoted to office manager. She will oversee the daily operations of the office and administrative staff, along with handling human resources-related duties.

Cora O'Connor joined the company as a vendor relations representative for the finance division. She will be responsible for helping customers secure commercial financing. She earned her bachelor's degree in psychology and communications from the University of Dubuque.

Max Brunclik joined the company as a truck insurance consultant for the insurance division. He will assume the duties of truck insurance sales upon receiving his insurance license. He is a recent graduate of Loras College with a bachelor's degree in marketing and finance and has been working for the company as an intern.

Alex Kimbro joined the company as a vendor relations representative for the finance division. He will be responsible for helping customers secure commercial financing. He is a recent graduate of Loras College, earning a bachelor's degree in mathematics and psychology and has been working for the company as an intern.

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Flexsteel Industries Inc. announced the following:

Laurie Hanley has been promoted to a sourced products buyer. She will be responsible for analyzing, purchasing and managing inventory from one of the company's major sourced suppliers, Superb Creation. She has been with the company for 18 years.

Kalli Martin joined the company as a marketing assistant. She will be responsible for assisting the marketing and merchandising departments by performing the administrative functions necessary to begin the analytical functions of the department. …

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