Findorff Promotes Yehle to Executive Vice President
MADISON, WI - For more than 125 years, Findorff has maintained a focus on exemplary character, community involvement, and quality craftsmanship. In the office and on the jobsite, Findorff is comprised of incredibly talented professionals and trades people, many of whom have been with the company since they started in the industry.
Findorff announces that Jim Yehle has been promoted to Executive Vice President. This promotion acknowledges Yehle's incredible success during his 18-year career at Findorff and sets in motion a transition plan supporting the company's long-term vision to provide seamless leadership. Yehle and President Dave Beck-Engel will continue to work together to position the company for future success.
During his career at Findorff, Yehle has worked on many projects such as Edgewood College, Overture Center for the Arts, and The American Family Children's Hospital. Most recently, he served as Vice President of Project Management with a concentration in healthcare and was fortunate to work with clients such as Meriter Hospital, St. Mary's Hospital, UW Hospital, Stoughton Hospital, ProHealth Care, St. Clare, Grant Regional Health Center, Genesis Health System, Mayo Clinic Health System and many more.
Yehle said, "I look forward to continuing the tradition of providing excellent opportunities for our employees, while we continue to serve our clients at the highest possible level."
Yehle enjoys being very active in the community and is the past-president of the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art Board of Trustees, Chairman of the University of Wisconsin Department of Orthopedics and Rehabilitation Advisory Board, Vice President of the Madison Symphony Orchestra Board of Directors, and has coached Madison Magic Soccer Club for seven years. Yehle, his wife Jessica and their kids reside in Madison, Wisconsin.