Kim Kletschke is named to Volunteer Hall of Fame Dain Rauscher Incorporated, Sioux City, IA, recently named Kim Kletschke, an investment executive in its Sioux City office, to the firm's Volunteer Hall of Fame.
The Volunteer Hall of Fame annually recognizes employees who volunteer more than 40 hours as a board member to Siouxland Ronald McDonald House Charities, Council on Sexual Assault & Domestic Violence and Mid-Step Services. Kletschke currently serves as president for the Siouxland Ronald McDonald House Charities and treasurer for the Council on Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence. In addition, she was active in Cub Scouts, PTA and Wesley Methodist Church. She was one of 151 employees who qualified for the 1999 Hall of Fame.
Kletschke is a 1977 graduate of Vermillion High School and 1981 graduate of The University of South Dakota. She is the daughter of Ron and Carol Cleaver.
As an investment executive, Kletschke assists individuals and corporate clients in selecting appropriate investments including stocks, taxable and tax-exempt bonds, options and mutual funds. She also helps clients develop retirement plans and money management programs.