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Lori Richards, James Madlom Become Firm Partners


Mueller Communications, Inc. announced today that long-time staff members Lori Richards and James Madlom have become partners and shareholders of the firm. In addition to becoming partners, Richards will assume the title of president and Madlom will become chief operating officer. H. Carl Mueller will continue in his capacity as chairman and chief executive officer of the firm.

“Our firm’s longevity, stability and growth in the Wisconsin market is due in large part to Lori’s and James’ contributions over the last ten years,” said Mueller. “This strategic addition of a next generation of local leadership reinforces our position as Wisconsin’s largest independent public relations firm and a market leader committed to the highest quality of service to our clients.”

The firm, founded in 1987, represents a significant number of national, state and local companies, developers, non-profits and organizations including: Aurora Healthcare, the Milwaukee Brewers, Barrett Visionary Development, BMO Harris Bank, Foley & Lardner, City of Glendale, the Greater Milwaukee Committee, the Greater Milwaukee Foundation, GRAEF, Harley-Davidson, Kimberly-Clark, Lake Express Ferry, LISC Milwaukee, Mandel Group, Mortara Instrument, Meijer, Newcastle Place, the Next Door Foundation, Northwestern Mutual, the National Trust for Historic Preservation, UnitedHealthcare, Waukesha County Technical College, West Bend Mutual Insurance and Wixon. 

“While these partnerships represent an important internal transition within Mueller Communications, the most important thing it signifies is that clients will experience no change,” said Richards."

"Our clients will continue to work with the same high-quality people, under the same leadership and experience the same tangible communications results long into the future."

“We feel so fortunate to be able to work with great clients who are making a real difference in our community,” said Madlom. “We look forward to continuing that work for years to come.”

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