Starion Bank names new CFO 

BISMARCK - Starion Bank has named Rick Geloff its Chief Financial Officer, overseeing and representing all financial operations for the bank and its holding company. 

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As CFO, Geloff will join the bank’s executive committee, which is responsible for initiating key actions within the organization, reviewing financial data and setting major project priorities. He is located at the downtown Bismarck branch.

Geloff first joined Starion in 2013 as a credit analyst. He also served in the roles of prairie_business banking officer and special assets officer prior to being promoted to financial reporting manager/VP in May 2018. In December 2019, he was promoted to controller. 

Geloff is a certified public accountant and a member of the Bismarck School Board, currently serving as its president. He earned bachelor’s degrees in general studies and prairie_business management from Minot State University.


KLJ welcomes new audio and visual specialist

 Bismarck – KLJ Engineering is proud to welcome Brian Sevart to their Bismarck office.

Sevart joins KLJ as an audio and visual specialist. He earned an associates in commercial and graphic art from Bismarck State College and has over twenty years of experience in graphic design, photography and videography.


Enclave hires two new project managers

Fargo – James Schechter and Cody McLaren joined Enclave Companies as project managers.

A graduate of North Dakota State University, Schechter brings more than 11 years of experience as a project manager, CAD specialist, project management intern and laborer. Most recently, he served as project manager at McGough Construction.

A native of Breckenridge, Minn., McLaren graduated from NDSCS and has spent the last six years as a project manager at Gast Construction.