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Turpin Dodge Chrysler Jeep Ram Runde Auto Group Community Foundation of Greater Dubuque Eagle Point Solar Dubuque Bank & Trust Kunkel & Associates Boyd Gaming Eagle Point Software Corp. Steeple Square EXIT Realty Dubuque Mi-T-M Corp. Statera Goldmoor Inn City of Dubuque Medical Associates O'Connor & English Insurance Dubuque County Cottingham & Butler Loras College East Central Intergovernmental Association Boy Scouts Northeast Iowa Council First Community Trust Cartegraph Systems Eide Bailly Conlon Construction Heartland Financial USA MERGE Performance Institute UnityPoint Health - Finley Hospital


HIRED: Pat Coleman to the sales staff. Coleman has 28 years automotive experience.

HIRED: Rick Petitgout to the sales staff. Petitout has 17 years automotive experience.

HIRED: Rachel Williams as youth impact coordinator. Williams formerly worked for the Jackson County (Iowa) Campaign for Grade-Level Reading.

APPOINTED: Randy Ambrosy as the vice president of operations. Previously, he previously served as chief operating officer for Eagle Point Software for 26 years.

HIRED: Kari Horan as an investor relations specialist.

HIRED: Spencer Radabaugh as an account executive. He has more than seven years of experience in sales.

HIRED: Kristin Buchholtz as a marketing representative. She has more than five years of marketing experience.

HIRED: Tricia Slater as an account manager. She has been in the insurance industry for the past two years.

HIRED: Brittany Deja as an account manager. She is a recent graduate of University of Wisconsin-Whitewater.

HIRED: Shelly Shaffer as a computer and information systems manager. She has been working in the IT industry for more than 20 years.

HIRED: Jalyn Kunkel as a client service representative. She has more than two years of experience.

HIRED: Ross Spadaro as an account executive. He is a recent graduate of University of Wisconsin-Platteville.

PROMOTED: Molly Glynn to benefits manager. She has been with the company since 2015.

PROMOTED: Brooke Lynch to marketing representative. She has been with the company since 2016.

PROMOTED: Mary Thao to executive assistant. She has been with the company since 2015.

PROMOTED: Kara Miller to marketing manager. She has been with the company since 2016.

PROMOTED: Cassie Beadle to graphic designer.

HIRED: Alec Zamora to lead the partner manager program.

HIRED: Shane Blakeley as an account specialist for mid-size accounts.

HIRED: Melanie Bressler as campus manager.

HIRED: Steve Davis as a real estate professionals. He joins the company after spending nearly 20 years in the insurance and financial services industry.

HIRED: Jacob Kelchen for the fabrication division.

HIRED: Reis Wolff for the fabrication division.

HIRED: Scott Thoma for the fabrication division.

HIRED: Christopher Herrig for the fabrication division.

HIRED: Shawn Mercer for the fabrication division.

HIRED: Mitchell Pfohl for the fabrication division.

HIRED: Eduardo Ortiz-Castro for the fabrication division.

HIRED: Tyler Dalbkermeyer for the fabrication division.

HIRED: Miles Langel for the fabrication division.

HIRED: Kevin Bandy for the parts department.

HIRED: Nathan O'Neill for the production division.

HIRED: Michael Wiebenga for the production division.

HIRED: Michael Hammerand for the production division.

HIRED: Brandon White for the production division.

HIRED: Ladarius Clark for the production division.

HIRED: Austin Roussell for the production division.

HIRED: Trevor Fuller for the production division.

HIRED: Justin Hempstead for the shipping and receiving department.

HIRED: Steven Frommelt for the shipping and receiving department.

HIRED: Jim Abitz for the technical service department.

HIRED: Kyle Kohl for the technical service department.

PROMOTED: Mike Jasper to credit analyst.

PROMOTED: Marcus Helle to laser bed leadman.

PROMOTED: Travis Wernimont to paint line leadman.

PROMOTED: Jeff Davis to cold water leadman.

PROMOTED: Andrew Martin to cold water leadman.

HIRED: Megan Reisch, DNP. She is a nurse practitioner and member of the American Association of Aesthetic Medicine and Surgery. She specializes in educating patients and helping them to understand their skin and skin conditions.

HIRED: Joshua Roberts to lead the culinary operations for the Galena, Ill., restaurant. He most recently served as executive chef for McCormick & Schmick's in Oakbrook. …

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