47 New Educated Business Partners

CAI Illinois held its first in-person Educated Business Partner class on January 28, 2020 at Cooper’s Hawk Restaurant & Winery in Downers Grove. Forty-seven business partners learned about the community association industry, CAI history and structure, ethics in working with associations, insurance/risk management, and business partner expectations. They were served a delicious lunch during the course and it concluded with participants taking a 20-question quiz to earn the Educated Business Partner distinction. The distinction helps these individual business partners set themselves apart and confirms their dedication to providing excellence to community associations.

Congratulations to: Ashley Ashley Dennis Baier

Andryzak United States Alliance Fire Protection Viking CRC Incorporated

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Newell Bentley Morgan Stanley Saulius Bertulis

Brewer Cornish Crackel

Jennifer Biancalana Clarke Aquatic Services and Mosquito Gary Brester Cathy Calvin Seth

Guadalupe Cruz Christina Didech Anthony Dister

Farmer Hall

Itasca Bank & Trust Co. Nania Energy Advisors Pizzo and Associates, Ltd. Edwards Engineering, Inc. CertaPro Painters of Aurora Wintrust Community Advantage

Joshua Donaldson Woodland Windows & Doors Michele DuBois Tim Eric

DuBois Paving Co. USA Fire Protection

Peggy Glenn Weathershield, LLC Eugene Guva Matt

Martin Chris Todd

Gillhouse Louisiana Pacific Corp Painters Inc

Wintrust Community Advantage

Timothy Haviland Inland Bank and Trust Brian

Hochstetter Paul Davis Restoration Klauber Kottra

Popular Association Banking Building Technology Consultants, Inc. Lesperance Highland Engineering, PC

They join the following Educated Business Partners who had earned the distinction previously: Jennifer Eilert

Thomas Engblom CIT Cindy Fitts Pat


Karyl Keith John


CISA Insurance CISA Insurance

Dicker Foray Rosenthal Brothers, Inc. Gray

James Hardie Building Products Integrated Lakes Management, Inc

J. Hershey Building Consultants

If you would like to earn the Educated Business Partner distinction but don’t want to wait for the next in-person class, it is also available as a webinar Business-Partners/Pages/default.aspx

Community Association Managers and Board Members look for Educated Business Partners when hiring professionals. They have put forth extra effort to learn how to best serve your communities.

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This class is a must-attend for business partners who want to gain the most from a board/manager relationship. Great insight on how the boards’ operate and how to be a true help to the Managers.

-Dennis Baier, Viking CRC Incorporated

Precision Painting and Decorating Corp. Elevations Landscaping

Colleen Lyons Sheila Phil


Karen Donn Ron

Inland Bank and Trust

Malchiodi Cornerstone Renovation Group Mariotti Woodland Windows & Doors McKinney Louisiana Pacific Corp

Mollberg Waldman Engineering Consultants, Inc. Muckerheide Inland Bank and Trust

Tony Pacione Michael Pezza Carol


Brie Rasmussen Kim


Jesse Rodriguez Eric Rodriguez Riley Skaggs Marina Sturm Jose

Treto Matt Velez

Sarah Voska Tom Warfel Diane Laurie


Muldoon CertaPro Painters of the North Shore Edward Jones

Pezza Landscape Inc.

ServePro Evergreen Park South Chicago Sebert Landscape

Sebert Landscaping Company CertaPro Painters CenterPoint Energy Acres Group

ServiceMaster Kwik Restore Signal 88 Security of Arlington Heights

Matthew Trowbridge Acres Group Professional Landscape & Snow/Ice Management

CertaPro Painters of the North Shore Bluestem Ecological Services Acres Group

Alliance Association Bank Wishnoff Engineering Support Services

Kathryn Kahl

Rosenthal Brothers, Inc.

Grace Kozlowski CISA Insurance Peter

CISA Insurance

Shannon Schwarzwalder Keough & Moody, P.C. Kevin Terry Jennifer Weil

Santangelo Wintrust Community Advantage Viking CRC

” (Current CAI-IL Members as of February 06, 2020)

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