Northside Elevator has added Pat Durch, CPA, as Financial Controller. Pat is responsible for a wide range of accounting related activities including financial reporting, monitoring internal controls, and analysis of financial data. Pat’s strength is finding innovative solutions that drive efficiencies. He works to truly understand the needs of staff, streamlining processes to maximize the accuracy of financial decision making.

Pat spent the previous fifteen years working at a public accounting firm as an auditor focusing on the manufacturing and distribution sector. He was attracted to Northside’s family-owned structure and its reputation as being an outstanding company in the eyes of customers and employees. Northside’s commitment to ongoing investment in company infrastructure and staff was appealing due to the planning opportunities presented when a company has aggressive goals for growth.

“Pat is an excellent addition to our financial team. His attention to detail, and ability to anticipate the direction of our fast-paced business is testament to his experience and professionalism.”, says Jordan Brussow, CFO.

Pat graduated from the University of Wisconsin Eau Claire and then worked 15 years at WIPFLI. Pat enjoys fatherhood experiences with this children, coaching youth hockey and spending time on the golf course in the summer.

About Northside Elevator
Service to Central Wisconsin farmers began in 1948 and our reputation for effective products and dependable service over the years continues to grow. Our staff embraces our corporate values and we offer fair and honest consulting and pricing for the manufacturing of animal feed, onsite dairy nutritional consulting, commodity contracting, grain storage, grain marketing, and agronomy services. Our reputation is a reflection of our customer’s success—and we’re proud to say both are growing. Exceptional service to our customers, suppliers and partners is what drives us. We take great pride in our staff that is professional, knowledgeable, helpful, and ready to serve.