From left to right: Greg Stillman, Jeff Miller and Craig Perciavalle
The Door County Economic Development Corporation has appointed three community leaders to its Board of Directors.
Craig Perciavalle of Fincantieri Bay Shipbuilding, Greg Stillman of Foremost Management Services and Parkwood Lodge, and District 5 Door County Supervisor Jeff Miller, took their seats on the DCEDC Board Jan. 23 for two-year terms.
“The DCEDC Board is very proud to welcome Craig, Jeff and Greg who have many years of experience in their industries and bring diverse perspectives to the Board and the county’s economic development efforts,” said Brian Stephens, Chief Executive Officer of the Door County Medical Center, who serves as Chair of DCEDC.
Perciavalle is vice president and general manager of Fincantieri Bay Shipbuilding, Door County’s largest employer. He has nearly 30 years of leadership experience in the shipbuilding and ship repair industry; holds a Bachelor of Science degree in marine engineering systems from the United States Merchant Marine Academy; and served eight years as a commissioned officer in the United States Naval Reserve.
Stillman is co-owner/operator of Parkwood Lodge in Fish Creek and president of Foremost Management Services, Inc., which oversees operations at Westwood Shores Waterfront Resort in Sturgeon Bay, The Inn at Little Sister Hill resort in Sister Bay and Newport Resort in Egg Harbor. He currently chairs the Wisconsin Department of Tourism Joint Effort Marketing Committee and is a commissioner on the Fish Creek Sanitary District.
Miller is Door County’s District 5 supervisor and spent more than four decades in the banking industry. He is retired following a 46-year career with Nicolet National Bank/Baylake Bank in Sturgeon Bay. Prior to his retirement, Miller served two previous terms on the DCEDC Board.