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10/18/2018

Haviland Names VP of Finance

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Meg Post is replacing Terry Schoen, and will oversee the company’s financial operations, including accounting and reporting, financial planning and business analysis, IT, and risk management.

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Haviland Enterprises Inc. has appointed Meg Post as vice president of finance to replace Terry Schoen, who is retiring.

She will report to CEO and President Mike Karasiewicz and will oversee the company’s financial operations, including accounting and reporting, financial planning and business analysis, IT, and risk management. She will be a member of the Haviland Business Development Team and lead the financial analysis and modeling for mergers and acquisitions.

Post joins Haviland after 11 years with Adamy Valuation, most recently directing the valuation advisory services for private and public companies, business owners, executives, trustees, and attorneys. She provided leadership on valuation projects involving mergers and acquisitions, employee stock ownership plans, succession planning, financial reporting, and corporate strategic planning.

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