Winona, MN – Hiawatha Broadband Communications, Inc. (HBC) is proud to announce the additions of Josh Harrison and Garrett Wehner to its team.

Harrison will work as a general accountant in the HBC Finance Department. He comes to HBC with a background in public accounting. According to Harrison, he likes technology, and is excited to be joining a company that will allow him to do accounting work while experiencing the technology that HBC provides.

He enjoys spending time with his wife, watching sports, and hunting. Harrison is also an active volunteer at Hope Lutheran High School in Winona as a school board member, basketball coach and co-chair of Hope’s annual auction.

Chief Financial Officer Manuel De Angel said “We are all very excited to have Josh join our Finance and Accounting team at HBC. He will be a valuable member and play a key role in the success of our team.”

Wehner will be working as a Network Analyst in HBC’s Network Operations Center. Wehner is well-versed in network security and monitoring and garret-smallenjoys troubleshooting complex networks. He joined HBC because he wanted to get into large scale networking. In his free time, Wehner enjoys hiking and camping, gardening, astronomy, and flying drones.

“We are glad to have Garrett on board,” said HBC Chief Technology Officer Jim Kronebusch. “Garrett will be a valuable asset for HBC.”

About us: Hiawatha Broadband Communications, Inc. (HBC) delivers cutting edge telecommunications services to communities in southeastern Minnesota. Founded in 1997, HBC builds and operates hybrid fiber and Fiber-To-The-Home networks as well as providing wireless broadband in rural areas. The company offers a video service selection of more than 300 channels (including approximately 100 in high-definition), digital music, pay-per-view and extensive local programming produced by HBC Studios. The company has over 110 employees supporting, retail, wholesale, construction, business consulting and Wizard support divisions in over 17 communities.

 

For additional information, or to schedule an interview, please contact David Dicke at ddicke@hbci.com or at (507) 474-5884.