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Gary Grottke CPA

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Local Address: Illinois, United States
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Background

Employment History

  • President
    Amfac/JMB Hawaii
  • President
    Amfac/JMB
  • Chief Executive Officer
    Amfac/JMB
14 Total References
Web References
The Timeshare Beat: Street Talk, March 16, 2001
www.thetimesharebeat.com, 3 Nov 2002 [cached]
Amfac/JMB chief executive Gary Grottke in Hawaii has resigned.So what?Well, remember it was Amfac/JMB who were originally doing the big timeshare resort at Kaanapali on Maui, in conjunction with Quintus Resorts -- which Starwood bought out when money problems arose with the original partners.So what, again?Well, guess what Grottke is going to be doing?He will be working full time as co-president of Quintus Resorts LLC, which he has worked on since it started about 2 1/2 years ago.Quintus owns three time-share resorts, including Hanalei Bay resort on Kauai.
Headlines/Breaking News from Pacific Business News (Honolulu) - bizjournals.com
dayton.bizjournals.com, 20 July 2005 [cached]
Gary Grottke, president of parent company Amfac/JMB Hawaii, says the company will be assessing the long-term viability of sugar on Kauai before deciding whether to resume planting.
The Garden Island | KauaiWorld.com | District News | Amfac closure start of domino effect?
www.kauaiworld.com, 16 Sept 2000 [cached]
Gary Grottke, president of Amfac/JMB Hawai'i, LLC, owner of Amfac Sugar Kaua'i, said a severance agreement between the plantations and International Longshore and Warehouse Union will provide relief for most of the workers.
But there are many issues to be resolved, including the fact that Amfac Sugar Kaua'i produces over 10 percent of the island's electricity.
There is an agreement in place between Amfac Sugar Kaua'i and Kaua'i Electric for KE to purchase power from Amfac.
KUAI - Kauai News Archive
www.hawaiian.net, 1 Sept 2000 [cached]
Amfac Sugar Kauai is going to discontinue agricultural operations later this year, according to Gary Grottke, President of Amfac/JMB Hawaii, the owner of the sugar plantation.
Grottke said sugar has a long history on Kauai; Amfac's plantations have been in business for over 100 years."We regret having to take this action," he said "but with losses mounting and no end in sight, we really had no choice."
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Grottke said the exact date of the final harvest has not yet been determined, adding while we have made final determination to close down, we have not yet addressed all of the issues associated with that decision.There are many parties that we need to sit down with and work out the details, including our land lessors, Kauai Electric, the ILWU and others."We decided that it was better to let everyone know that a shut down was eminent, and then meet with the interested parties to get their input into the process."
Amfac Sugar employees approximately 400 people on Kauai, including 386 bargaining unit employees.Employees terminations are expected to begin as early as November 17th.A severance agreement between the plantations and the ILWU will provide relief for most of the workers.
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Grottke said "It is Amfac's intention that these operations continue.We expect to work with officials from the Department of Agriculture to transition these operations to other local farmers."
The closing of sugar on Kauai is not expected to impact Amfac's other business in the islands.
Grottke said "even though many people have expected this for years, the announcement of a shut down is never an easy thing.We would like to acknowledge and thank our employees and everyone in the community who has supported the plantations over the years." (September 15, 2000)
AMFAC SELLING 17-THOUSAND ACRES ON KAUAI
AMFAC/JMB Hawaii is selling 17 thousand acres of agricultural and conservation land on Kauai.
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Amfac President Gary Grottke says the company needs cash and is refocusing on its developments on Maui, where it owns about 12,000 acres.
He says the company likely would agree with the new owner to lease back some land.
Amfac is Kauai's second largest private landowner. (A.P. September 15, 2000)
KPD RESPONDS TO MEDIA REPORTS
Supporters: Amfac/JMB
www.mauitechready.com, 20 May 2001 [cached]
Pictured: (l to r) Roz Baker, Gary Grottke (Amfac/JMB Hawaii LLC) and Mayor Apana.
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