By Alison Haller, M.S., Director of Marketing and Communications at Commonwealth Heritage Group, Inc.
Back in October, we announced that Katie Egan-Bruhy, Regional Vice President, will be retiring at the end of the year. Katie started at our very first satellite office in Minocqua, Wisconsin and grew it into one of the largest offices, later relocating to Milwaukee. She leaves with over 25 years’ experiences working on a variety of archaeological projects in the Midwest, Upper Great Lakes, and Northeast.
In addition, Mark Bruhy, Compliance Specialist, will also retire at the end of the year. Mark joined Commonwealth after completing a 30 year career as the Heritage Program Manager for the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest. During his career, he has been recognized as an expert in the industry, receiving the Forest Service Archaeologist of the Year in 2009 and promoting historic preservation through the Wisconsin Historic Preservation Award in 2012.
We wish the both of you the best in your future endeavors and a happy retirement!