SCHOFIELD – Kathy Drengler, Greenheck Group vice president of human resources, has announced her retirement effective Oct. 2 after a 34-year career at Greenheck. Carrie Strobel, human resources director for Greenheck, has been promoted to replace Drengler.

Kathy Drengler

“Kathy has had an incredible impact on so many areas of Greenheck during her career,” said Jim McIntyre, Greenheck Group president & CEO, in a news release. “She was involved in the recruitment, selection, training and development of thousands of Greenheck Group team members and served as the first female leader on our Greenheck Group executive committee. In addition, she provided significant leadership in our community.”

Carrie Strobel

In her new position, Strobel will be responsible for leading the Greenheck Group’s strategies and policies relating to compensation, benefits, recruiting, leadership development and training. A 14-year veteran of Greenheck Group, she will continue to direct human resources for the Greenheck entity until her successor is in place.

Prior to assuming her HR position, Strobel served three years as the general manager for the Power Roof Ventilator business unit in addition to various leadership roles in product management, systems and operations.

She has a bachelor’s degree in business administration from UW-Green Bay and holds a master’s degree in organizational leadership and quality from Marian University. 

“We believe Carrie’s well-rounded understanding of the organization, and significant Greenheck experience, along with her strong leadership and business acumen, will make her an effective strategic HR partner for the Greenheck Group,” McIntyre said.

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