Stuflick named vice president of business and finance at Hannibal-LaGrange
HANNIBAL, Mo. — Hannibal-LaGrange University president Robert Matz recently announced William Stuflick has joined the executive team as vice president of business and finance.
In a press release, Matz said, “Having served in both the Air Force and as a dean, Stuflick is a proven leader. His growing Christian faith and conservative values make him the perfect fit to strengthen the business and operations of Hannibal-LaGrange for decades to come.”
Stuflick comes to HLGU with strong experience in higher education. He has served as a director and dean at several community colleges in the Midwest and Pacific Northwest since 2013. Before his time in higher education, Stuflick served as a workforce development operations director, a veteran representative for the state of Iowa and a project manager in the United States Air Force.
“It has been my blessing to work as the vice president for business and finance role at HLGU for the past 23 years,” Betty Anderson said. “I have had the pleasure of working with Mr. Stuflick recently, and I am pleased to hand the baton off to him. He is detail-oriented and a man of great character and integrity. He will serve HLGU well in this new role.”
“William is an excellent addition to the HLGU leadership team. His extensive background in leading, teaching and serving as a dean in higher education, along with his business background and acumen, will be instrumental in helping HLGU transform and accelerate growth,” said Sonia Vicars, interim vice president of business and finance.
Stuflick has worked with faculty, administration and students in many aspects of student life while serving as the director of human resources and assistant vice president of business and teaching in the business and agriculture departments. He has extensive experience working with economic and workforce development leaders to connect students with relevant careers matching their academic interests.
Stuflick said, “I understand the value of a Christian-based education and how the experiences students gained here at HLGU will translate into the workforce. Talent development is crucial to our Institution’s success and standing within the greater Hannibal region. I am truly honored to have been invited to join the team at Hannibal-LaGrange University, and I look forward to serving alongside Dr. Matz, the Board of Trustees and the staff at HLGU.”
Stuflick has degrees in organizational management, business management and construction management. He grew up in Lone Rock, Iowa, and joined the USAF in 1992 as an engineering technician.
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