Green Bay Office
960 Hansen Rd.
Green Bay, WI 54304
Tuesday: 8:00am – 4:30pm
Wednesday: 8:00am – 4:30pm
Thursday: 8:00am – 4:30pm
Friday: 8:00am – 4:30pm
Our GREEN BAY Team
Commercial & Residential Team
As a commercial property manager, Leah Baugnet is based out of our Green Bay office. Her responsibilities include bidding out jobs, following up on bids from vendors, and organizing property projects. Ms. Baugnet also performs monthly site visits, maintains building systems, supervises repairs, coordinates maintenance, and various other activities integral to maintaining first-class operations. You will find that Ms. Baugnet provides a humble, yet confident, personal service to our clients maintaining a professional relationship with all. She takes pride in getting to know our clients and personally taking care of their real estate needs.
Ms. Baugnet has managed both residential and commercial properties throughout her career. She has strong project management and organizational skills and enjoys working together with vendors and tenants.
Sarah Pahl joined the NAI Pfefferle Green Bay team in November 2018, where she plays a dual role, contributing to both NAI Pfefferle and Pfefferle Management. At NAI Pfefferle, she assists brokers in preparing property contracts, designs profile sheets, and participates in marketing efforts for available properties. On the Pfefferle Management side, she handles tasks related to tenant maintenance requests and collaborates with technicians and the property manager to ensure timely property servicing within the Green Bay portfolio.
Before joining NAI Pfefferle, Sarah served as an executive administrative assistant at the YWCA Greater Green Bay. In this role, she was actively involved in hosting and planning events, as well as collaborating with the CEO on various community relations projects.
Prior to her time in Green Bay, Sarah worked in Texas as a living editor in Fort Hood’s Army public affairs office and headquarters; III Corps and Fort Hood. In this capacity, she contributed to the weekly newspaper by publishing articles and capturing photography, ranging from change of command ceremonies to iconic landmarks such as the Alamo in San Antonio.
• Communication-Public Relations degree from the University of Wisconsin- Stevens Point, double minors in history and political science.
Brandon Selissen joined Pfefferle Companies in 2015 as a maintenance technician. In 2016, he transitioned into the position of project manager overseeing various types of construction and maintenance projects for Pfefferle customers. Brandon experience in all aspects of the construction process, paired with his knowledge of facilities maintenance and management, provides customers with comprehensive service unmatched by outside contractors. His duties include preliminary design, project scope development, budget creation, bid solicitation, project execution, job site supervision, etc.
Prior to joining Pfefferle Companies, Brandon spent 18 years in the commercial building construction industry. He started as a general laborer then to lead carpenter, foreman, project manager, estimator, and draftsman.
• Associate’s Degree from Northeast Wisconsin Technical College
• Various continuing education courses including Customer Service and Lean
Janitorial Operations Manager / Janitorial Division Co-Manager
Gram Eubank joined Pfefferle Companies in June of 2004. As a co-manager of Pfefferle Management’s janitorial department, Mr. Eubank oversees the day-to-day operations of the department. Some of his duties include overseeing staff, department purchasing, janitorial projects, safety training incorporating proper cleaning and disinfecting practices, new account set up, ongoing customer satisfaction, and quality control.
Mr. Eubank has many years of experience in floor cleaning and maintenance, such as resealing/refinishing and carpet cleaning. One of his duties is managing the department’s project staff, which maintains a large amount of in-house commercial carpet/hard floor cleaning, window cleaning, and post-construction cleaning.
As the janitorial operation manager, Mr. Eubank is always looking at processes to be more cost-effective and efficient for the customer. That may entail such things as consumable pricing, updating janitorial equipment, and work efficiency.
Mr. Eubank has been trained in Lean processes and customer service relations.
When Mr. Eubank is not at work, he enjoys spending time with his wife and four children.