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New Members Boost Artistic and Financial Strength of Milwaukee Art Museum Board


Posted on January 18th, 2005

Milwaukee, WI, January 18, 2005— The Milwaukee Art Museum announced the appointment of four new members to its Board of Trustees – Marvin L. Fishman, President of the M. L. Fishman Building & Realty Co.; Gail A. Lione, Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary, Harley-Davidson, Inc.; Andrew E. Randall, Executive Vice President and President, U.S. Bank Wisconsin; and William L. Randall, Consultant to Community Organizations and Chairman Emeritus, U.S. Bank National Association.

“The Milwaukee Art Museum is pleased to add four new members to the Board of Trustees,” said Milwaukee Art Museum Board President Sheldon Lubar. “Marvin, Gail, Andy and Bill will add great strength to the Museum’s fine leadership team and we look forward to their participation and input.”

A Milwaukee native, Dr. Marvin L. Fishman is President of the M. L. Fishman Building & Realty Co. Fishman has a long history of involvement with the arts in Milwaukee, including work with the Haggerty Museum of Art, Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, United Performing Arts Fund, Walker’s Point Center for the Arts and Milwaukee Art Museum. Along with his wife, Janet, Fishman has an important art collection that has been exhibited throughout the U.S. and Europe. The Fishmans have also donated numerous works to local institutions, including the Milwaukee Art Museum. Fishman was awarded honorary doctorates from Marquette University, Cardinal Stritch University and UW-Whitewater. Fishman’s long involvement with the community includes being credited with bringing the Milwaukee Bucks to Milwaukee.

Gail A. Lione joined Harley-Davidson, Inc. in 1997 as Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary. Additionally, she is a member of the Leadership and Strategy Council, Harley-Davidson’s senior leadership circle, and is the Chief Compliance Officer for the company. Prior to joining Harley-Davidson, Lione was General Counsel and Secretary of U.S. News & World Report and its affiliates, The Atlantic Monthly Company, Applied Graphics Technologies, Inc. and Applied Printing Technologies. In addition to the Milwaukee Art Museum, Lione serves on the boards of the University of Rochester, University School of Milwaukee, Bradley Center Sports & Entertainment Corp., YMCA of Milwaukee and United Way of Milwaukee. She lives in Fox Point with her husband and daughter.

As Executive Vice President and President, Andrew E. Randall oversees operations in U.S. Bank’s Wisconsin market. Randall joined U.S. Bank in 1995 as the Executive Vice President and Chairman, Northern and Central Ohio. Prior to joining U.S. Bank, Randall was Senior Vice President and Regional Sales Director with Bank of America, leading strategy development, revenue planning and delivery of cash management services to 11 Asian countries, Fortune 1000 companies in 16 Eastern states and Canada to middle markets in California. He has resided in New York, Mexico City, Singapore, Hong Kong, San Francisco and Cleveland before Milwaukee. In addition to the Milwaukee Art Museum, Randall serves on the boards of the United Performing Arts Center, United Way, Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce, Greater Milwaukee Committee and Big Brothers Big Sisters. Randall has two children.

William L. Randall, Consultant to Community Organizations and Chairman Emeritus of U.S. Bank National Association, joins the board as the representative of America’s Freedom Center. Randall is former President and Chief Executive Officer of First Bank Milwaukee (now U.S. Bank National Association). He was a founder and first chairman of the United Performing Arts Fund and has served on the boards of numerous organizations ranging from the Greater Milwaukee Committee to the Marcus Center for the Performing Arts.

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