CCMC Announces Leadership Succession Plan for Chief Financial Officer

After more than a dozen years with CCMC, Chief Financial Officer & President of Shared Services Mary Ann Hopf has announced her plan to retire in April.

“It’s hard to quantify Mary Ann’s incredible impact on CCMC,” says CEO Todd Davidson. “Over the years, she has leveraged her knowledge and experience to strengthen our company’s infrastructure. Her influence has allowed our company to grow and mature successfully. Most importantly, she has personified our core values of integrity, respect, service, and community; and grown a team that does the same. All along, she has been coaching and developing one particular person to succeed her as CFO. This is a testament to her leadership and vision.”

CCMC is pleased to announce the promotion of Kim Wiebelhaus. Kim will succeed Mary Ann Hopf as CFO. In her role, Kim will oversee our Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Community Accounting, Corporate Accounting, Systems and Integrations, and Treasury teams. Over the next few months, Kim will work directly with Mary Ann to transition into her new role.

Kim’s CCMC story began in 2004 when she joined the team as an Accounts Receivable specialist. Her career path has led to several promotions and roles, including community accountant, community controller, director of Financial Services, and since 2015, vice president of Financial Services. Originally from Wisconsin, Kim holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

“I couldn’t be more proud to announce Kim’s promotion,” shares CEO Todd Davidson. “Starting as a quiet force of accuracy and precision, Kim has grown into a skilled mentor and strategic leader of our Financial Services team. Her history with CCMC perfectly demonstrates the opportunity that exists within our company for those who are accountable, intentional, and lead by serving,” explains Todd.

“The CCMC leaders who have coached and guided me over the past 16 years have been incredible examples of integrity and community,” shares Kim. “I would like to personally thank Mary Ann for helping me grow in knowledge and confidence, and Todd for entrusting me with these new responsibilities. I am thrilled to have this opportunity to lead our Financial Services team into the future.”