MetLife appointed Richard Marooney market leader for Minnesota. Marooney will oversee firm operations in Minnesota and Iowa for Mid-American Financial Group and MetLife Financial Group of Minnesota.
Postal Credit Union (PCU) appointed Brian Sherrick president and chief executive. Sherrick joined PCU in 1984 and previously served as executive vice president operations and lending. He serves on the board of directors for the Minnesota Credit Union Foundation.
KPMG, Minneapolis, appointed Jackie Daylor national audit and client leader for food, drink and consumer goods.
SICO America, Edina, appointed Ken Steinbauer executive vice president. Steinbauer previously was vice president of sales and will continue to be responsible for the sales organization in North, Central and South America in addition to providing leadership support.
Kraus-Anderson, Minneapolis, named John Rogoz vice president of finance and controller. Previously, he was the financial manager for Turner Construction, Kansas City. He is vice chairman of the Institute of Certified Construction Industry Professionals.
Marquette Commercial Finance, Minneapolis, named Benjamin Doran vice president of sales. Doran previously was a business development officer for Wells Fargo Capital Finance.
Yamamoto, Minneapolis, named Cari Kidd creative director. Kidd previously was vice president and creative director for JT Mega and Campbell Mithun. She has worked on brands including Chex Mix, Breyers, Healthy Choice and Tresemmé.
Allianz Life named Sandra Gudvangen vice president of policyholder services in the enterprise operations department. Gudvangen previously worked for Hartford Life and Annuity as assistant vice president for distribution advocacy and new business. She has a bachelor's degree in applied mathematics from the University of Wisconsin-Stout.
Commerce Bank, Edina, named Jay Haws vice president of planning and analysis, including asset liability management and risk management. Haws previously was chief financial officer for VisionBank, St. Louis Park.
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