The Sheboygan County Economic Development Corporation (SCEDC) 2011 Board of Directors includes the following new members: Marla Bagemehl of Locate Staffing; Dave Gass of Rohde Dales LLP; Michael Klein of Bemis Manufacturing Company; Laura Kohler of Kohler Co.; Todd Mueller of Schenck SC; and Matt Quasius representing the Sheboygan County Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors.
Returning SCEDC Board Members include: Dave Aldag of Aldag Honold Mechanical; Betsy Alles of the Sheboygan County Chamber of Commerce; Andrew Bagnall of St. Nicholas Hospital; Mel Blanke of the Plymouth Industrial Development Corporation; Mike Brotz of Plastics Engineering Co.; Mike DeLany of Wells Fargo Bank; Gary Dulmes of Dulmes Décor/Carpet One; Jim Gallimore of U.S. Bank; Barb Garny of The Random Lake Area Economic Development Committee, and Times Printing Company, Inc.; Dave Graebner of Aurora Sheboygan Medical Center; Dan Hein of the Town of Sheboygan; Tony Jovanovich of Community Bank & Trust; Tom Liebl of Sheboygan Paper Box Company; Julia Loo-Sutcliffe of The Feed Mill Shops; Randy Meyer of the City of Sheboygan Falls; Adam Payne of Sheboygan County; Don Pohlman of the City of Plymouth; Mark Rhyan of Sargento Foods; Joe Richardson III of Richardson Industries; John Rohde of Century 21 Rautmann/Schils; Randy Romanoski of Sheboygan Chevrolet; David Sachse of Landmark Consulting; Steve Schmitt of Jos. Schmitt & Sons Construction Co.; Mike Suprick of Johnsonville Sausage; Peter Thillman of Lakeshore Technical College; Mike Vandersteen of Sheboygan County; Gordy Veldboom of Oostburg Concrete & Construction; and Bob Werner of Werner Homes.
“The SCEDC Board of Directors are diligently pursuing major economic development initiates in Sheboygan County, such as supporting local business investment and employment development projects, pursuing the Plymouth to Kohler Railroad Reconstruction Project, embarking on an aggressive business retention outreach effort, promoting the County through ‘The Promise of Sheboygan County’ branding video, engaging young professionals in establishing a vision for Sheboygan County’s future, and supporting the ongoing operations of the SCEDC,” said Patrick Drinan, SCEDC’s executive director. “I look forward to working with the 2011 SCEDC Board and our community partners in achieving the SCEDC’s mission of improving the economic well-being and long-term prosperity of the businesses, residents, and communities of Sheboygan County.”
For additional information, contact:
Patrick Drinan, Executive Director
Sheboygan County Economic Development Corporation