Sister Bay on Hunt for New Administrator After Bernhoft Takes Little Chute Position

Beau Bernhoft resigned as Sister Bay Village Administrator Friday to take a new position as administrator in Little Chute, Wisconsin. 

“As an administrator, Little Chute is the logical next step to growing in my professional career,” Bernhoft said in a statement sent to Peninsula Pulse. “The community is growing exponentially and is in a very desirable location. The organization’s future plans align with my goals and expertise.”

Sister Bay Village President Rob Zoschke said the village began its search for a replacement immediately. 

“Our search is already underway upon receiving his announcement,” Zoschke said, adding that he will be involving the full village board in the search process.  Zoschke said the board wishes Bernhoft well in the next phase of his career.

“While we appreciate having been a place where younger executives develop experience, we believe our issues at hand in the village are so dynamic that we will be seeking a more seasoned and experienced candidate so that Beau’s replacement can hit the ground running,” Zoschke said.

Bernhoft served as Sister Bay’s administrator since June of 2019, when he came to the village from Oak Creek, Wisconsin. 

“It has been an absolute pleasure serving this organization over the last two years,” Bernhoft said. “Sister Bay is poised for continued growth and I wish for continued success with this community’s endeavors.”

Bernhoft took over after Zeke Jackson left the job in Dec. of 2017. After Jackson left it took the village 18 months to hire a replacement. 

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