Hall of Fame
Commerce State Bank recognizes top customers

News Graphic Staff

Dec. 31, 2018

Jackson Concrete
Jackson Concrete, located in West Bend and established in 1981, has 22 employees with each employee having over 20 years of experience in their trade. From left, Barb Lemler, vice president of cash management, Commerce State Bank; Tom Hopp, president and co-founder of Commerce State Bank; John “BJ” Meyer, president of Jackson Concrete; Mike Meyer, quality control, Jackson Concrete; and Mandy Meyer, sales and marketing, Jackson Concrete.
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WEST BEND — The Commerce State Bank Hall of Fame Committee has selected Jackson Concrete, KLH Industries, Unbolt and Interstate Sawing for its Class of 2018 Hall of Fame.

Each business was honored and recognized at the Commerce State Bank Holiday Open House on Dec. 4, according to a news release from the bank “These businesses demonstrate client loyalty of 10 years or longer, a solid banking relationship with Commerce State Bank, an advocate of the bank in telling others their experiences with our banking experts, helping them run their business successfully and referring new clients to Commerce State Bank,” said Joe Fazio, CEO and cofounder of Commerce State Bank.

KLH Industries
KLH Industries is a precision machining company created in 1987. Today, KLH has doubled in square footage five times, serviced thousands of customers and produced millions of parts. KLH is a onestop shop for precision machining solutions in Germantown. From left, Luke Hagel, vice president of commercial lending, Commerce State Bank; Joe Fazio, CEO and co-founder, Commerce State Bank; Ken Heins, CEO and president, KLH Industries; and Dave Borchardt. CFO/COO and co-founder, Commerce State Bank.

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Unbolt
Unbolt is a parent company of Cedar Creek Motorsports in Cedarburg, Fuel Powersports in West Bend and Action Powersports in Waukesha. Unbolt is one of the largest motorcycle, ATV, UTV, scooter and jetski dealerships in the country. From left, John Jepson, vice president of Unbolt Inc.; Joe Fazio, CEO and co-founder, Commerce State Bank; and Jay Jepson, president, Unbolt Inc.

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Opened in August 2005, Commerce State Bank is a full-service, state-chartered bank headquartered in West Bend with additional offices in Elm Grove, Sheboygan and Cedarburg at W61 N301 Washington Ave.

The bank has total assets of more than $640 million.

More information can be found online at www.commercestatebank.com.

Interstate Sawing Co.
Interstate Sawing Co. was founded by Duke Long in 1996. Today, the business has grown with a fleet of more than 26 fully equipped trucks and a 16,000-square-foot facility in West Bend. Interstate Sawing is the Midwest leader in concrete cutting and sawing, robotic demolition, confined space demolition and excavating. From left, Joe Fazio, CEO and co-founder, Commerce State Bank; and Long.

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