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Morgan/Harbour hires Melone as project executive.

Morgan/Harbour hires Melone as project executive

Morgan/Harbour Construction announced Richard Melone has joined the firm as project executive in the company's Willowbrook headquarters.

Previously a project executive for Reed Construction, Melone has a 24-year background in the construction industry and is regarded for his ability to lead successful project teams with a collaborative style. He has a background in health care construction, having led numerous projects for the health care division of his previous firm throughout the Chicago area.

Melone is a graduate of Prairie State College and is a member of the Healthcare Engineers Society of Northern Illinois and the Lean Construction Institute.

MichaelSilver accounting firm names Waterloo partner

Skokie-based accounting services firm MichaelSilver has appointed Susan Waterloo, CPA, as partner.

Waterloo has been with MichaelSilver for over 20 years. Prior to joining the firm, she spent nine years as a tax manager and senior auditor at a "Big Four" firm, working primarily in the real estate syndication industry, as well as on professional services partnerships and their owners.

With more than 25 years of complex experience, Waterloo focuses on a consultative approach to understanding her clients' needs and providing appropriate compliance services, tax strategies, and planning. She works primarily with high net worth, multigenerational family groups involved in active businesses, investment and real estate partnerships, trusts, and private foundations. In addition, she has extensive experience representing clients (both individual and business) in IRS examinations, penalty abatements, protests and formal appeals, including success at the IRS National Office level. She also serves on the firm's auto dealership committee.

Kuhagen joins Ice Miller immigration practice

Ice Miller LLP announced attorney Scott Kuhagen has joined its Immigration Practice.

Kuhagen focuses his practice on employment-based immigration matters, including obtaining approval of nonimmigrant and immigrant visa petitions.

Before joining Ice Miller, he practiced at an employment-based immigration law firm in Chicago, where he reviewed and filed nonimmigrant and immigrant visa petitions for corporate clients. Kuhagen earned his juris doctor in 2012 from Temple University, Beasley School of Law, where he served as articles editor for the Temple Political & Civil Rights Law Review.

During law school, he completed an internship with the U.S. Department of Justice, Executive Office for Immigration Review, Philadelphia Immigration Court.

He graduated from The College of William and Mary in 2006 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Government.

Before attending law school, Kuhagen worked at a national faith-based refugee resettlement agency and a consulting firm for nonprofit organizations.

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Title Annotation:Business
Publication:Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL)
Date:Aug 5, 2019
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