October 2, 2023

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Business is my step

Neenah school sistrict names new CFO, changing formal who died

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Jon Joch

NEENAH – Many months considering the fact that the Neenah Joint University District’s deputy superintendent of business products and services quickly died after remaining attacked by a swarm of hornets, the district has named a new main money officer.

As aspect of a restructuring of the district small business place of work, Jon Joch will essentially fill the posture previously held by Andrew Thorson, in accordance to a district news launch. The district is continue to exploring for a director of enterprise companies.

Thorson, 38, died in August from complications immediately after he was stung by a swarm of hornets. The district has credited him for actively playing a massive job in the passage of a almost $115 million referendum last spring. 

Andrew Thorson

“We were being so lucky to have Andrew as a aspect of our district,” Superintendent Mary Pfeiffer said in August. “Andrew touched so a lot of life in just our district and in our group. He experienced a heat persona, an very calming presence and he will be tremendously skipped.”

As chief money officer, Joch will handling the district’s $105.7 million spending budget this university 12 months, the 1st nine-digit price range in district historical past — largely the end result of the lately-handed referendum. Joch also serves a member of the core planning workforce for the design of the new Neenah Higher School and co-chairs the new large school’s athletics and recreation amenities committee.

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