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Starting Fresh

2022 feels like a year of fresh starts. After a couple of—let’s say—unusual years, we’re all ready to find a new normal. We’re eager to find a new routine, get in a new groove and start to think about possibilities again. A new year brings with it so much promise. Maybe this is the year we’ll jump on that new business idea, or remodel the kitchen, or get in shape, or get our finances or retirement or estate set up optimally for the future. Luckily for all of us optimists, this issue of the Coulee Region Women Business Resource Directory is jam-packed with resources to help you do all of the above— and then some. We, too, have enjoyed a “fresh start” with the directory, beginning with a fresh new design, and we hope you’ll find it even more interactive and inspirational. As always, we introduce you to 20 businesswomen who provide exactly the services you’re looking for to improve your home, health, financial future or business plan. Then we pull back the curtain just a bit and, in a new Q&A section beginning on p. 9, invite them to share their insights on topics all women can relate to: maintaining balance, overcoming challenges, getting inspired and more. We’ve continued our “Our Towns” section, in which we highlight the treasures of the towns that make up our Coulee Region, and we’re thrilled to feature many new resources for local shopping and services among advertisers that complement each area. Each story is a celebration of the women-owned businesses and other features that make each community in the Coulee Region distinct and important. We hope you’ll find the Coulee Region Women Business Resource Directory a fun, useful and easy way to find services you need and to support women-owned businesses in the Coulee Region. You can also find the directory online at www. As we look forward to a promising new year, we hope you’ll make Coulee Region Women, and the empowering stories we serve to tell, a part of yours.

Betty Christiansen, Publisher & Editor


ISSUE 13, VOLUME 1 2022 PUBLISHER & EDITOR Betty Christiansen DESIGNER Jaclyn Berg MARKETING ACCOUNT DIRECTOR Rachel Persson PHOTO EDITOR Diane Raaum WEB MASTER Mader Web Design LLC PHOTOGRAPHY Diane Raaum Photo Frontier Photography

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MORIAH A. CODY, CLTC, RICP® Financial Advisor Hanson & Associates FINANCIAL


Moriah Cody, Financial Advisor, has served clients at Hanson & Associates, a private wealth advisory practice of Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc., since 2005. Moriah is dedicated to helping her clients make good financial decisions through all stages of life. While many women are working, raising a family and caring for aging parents, the simple truth is financial planning far too often gets overlooked. Moriah can help you organize and develop a plan and investment strategy that is customized to meet your individual goals. Moriah is a supporter of Women’s Fund of Greater La Crosse, Women’s Alliance of La Crosse and The Exchange. Her favorite activities include functional fitness and being outdoors with her dog, Penny. Moriah also enjoys the Coulee Region’s many art and music festivals. Ameriprise Financial cannot guarantee future financial results. Investment advisory products and services are made available through Ameriprise Financial Services, LLC, a registered investment adviser. Ameriprise Financial Services, LLC. Member FINRA and SIPC. © 2021 Ameriprise Financial, Inc. All rights reserved



Attorney/Partner Belzer, Schroeder & Lough, SC LEGAL

Interior Designer The Board Store Home Improvements HOME IMPROVEMENT


Jennifer Lough has been practicing law for 15 years. Previously a prosecutor in the Waukesha County District Attorney’s Office Sensitive Crimes Unit, Jennifer joined fellow attorneys Keith Belzer and Todd Schroeder in 2017 to form the law firm of Belzer, Schroeder & Lough. Jennifer now practices exclusively in the area of criminal defense. “I represent a lot of young clients who have parents concerned about their child’s future prospects, reputation and mental health,” Jennifer says. “My goal is to make sure that their child—just like each and every client—is protected and taken care of like family.” A former prosecutor, Jennifer has a unique skill set that helps her tailor an individualized legal strategy to each client. She assists individuals and their families through difficult times with compassion, skill and zealous advocacy. Jennifer volunteers at Habitat for Humanity and the La Crosse County Free Legal Clinic. After being named a “Rising Star” by Milwaukee Magazine four years in a row, Jennifer was named a “Super Lawyer” in 2019, 2020 and 2021.


Interior designer Amanda Mish specializes in flooring, countertops and tile backsplashes at The Board Store. She studied Interior Design and Floral Design at Western Technical College in La Crosse and graduated with an associate’s degree in Interior Design. She worked as a kitchen and bathroom designer from 2006 to 2010, then did floral design for several local floral shops. Amanda joined The Board Store in 2018 and has been a great asset ever since. Amanda has a great sense of color and putting elements together. She can help pick different textiles from carpet to vinyl or help to coordinate your countertop with a mosaic backsplash that is current and stylish. She will help you design your home to fit your lifestyle. Amanda would love to help you plan your next project and make a comfortable and inviting living space. The Board Store can help you make your house a home for life!

The Board Store Home Improvements 608-783-2639 500 Second Street S., Suite 101 La Crosse, WI 54601

608-784-8055 300 Second Street N., Suite 200 La Crosse, WI 54601

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608-782-8877 524 Copeland Ave. La Crosse, WI 54603




Executive Assistant Dahl Automotive AUTO

Orthodontist Great River Orthodontics ORTHODONTICS

Executive Director Habitat for Humanity La Crosse Area NONPROFIT


As a woman in the automotive industry, Stacy Apfel has always felt supported by Dahl Automotive. And no matter what her job title has been over the past 20 years, serving people has always been her focus. As the executive assistant at Dahl Automotive, Stacy has the unique privilege of being involved in the overall business to best support Dahl’s team and guests to deliver on Dahl Automotive’s mission to Keep People Moving. Dahl’s commitment to guest service has prominently contributed to the 110year legacy of success in the industry. As a servant-led organization focused on growing its business while positively impacting the families and communities it serves, Dahl Automotive is committed to transforming the auto industry in a positive way. Simply stated, the automotive business isn’t about selling or servicing vehicles; it is about taking care of people. Stacy and her husband, Paul, have been married for 28 years and live in West Salem with their three children.

608-784-9601 3819 Creekside Lane Holmen, WI 54636


As a former competitive collegiate gymnast, Dr. Jacqueline Lin—the orthodontist at the helm of Great River Orthodontics—is no stranger to passion and the pursuit of perfection. Dr. Lin’s passion is providing a patientcentered experience for everyone who walks through her doors in La Crosse, Holmen, Onalaska or West Salem. She is exceptionally detail oriented and strives to work together with kids and adults to perfect beautiful smiles that they love. The Great River Orthodontics team specializes in transforming smiles and increasing the health and confidence of patients through braces or Invisalign® treatment. With cutting-edge technology and flexible financing, Great River Orthodontics is proud to be the most convenient expert orthodontic practice in the area. As part of Great River’s commitment to its communities, consultations with Dr. Lin are always complimentary: “We strive to exceed your expectations from the beginning. Now is the perfect time to begin your journey to a healthy, confident smile! We can’t wait to meet you.”

608-782-6778 1200 Main St. La Crosse, WI 54601


For over 20 years, Habitat for Humanity La Crosse Area’s executive director, Kahya Fox, has fought for safe, affordable housing. After joining Habitat for Humanity in 2016, Kahya worked with staff, board, volunteers and community members to launch a rigorous strategic plan that called for the expansion of all programming, including increasing new home production from one to six homes per year. The plan also led to the formation of a Housing Advocacy Committee and the launch of the Habitat for Heroes veterans program. Kahya also oversees operations of the Habitat ReStore, a discount home goods and home improvement store located by the La Crosse County Landfill. After launching a strategic marketing campaign, the ReStore has experienced exponential growth in sales and donations over the past five years, with profits going to support the organization’s mission. Kahya continues her fight for a world in which everyone has a decent place to live and looks forward to continuing to explore new partnerships and efforts.

608-785-2373 3181 Berlin Dr. La Crosse, WI 54601

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HEIDI M. EGLASH Attorney Eglash Law Office LLC LEGAL

“Sometimes material desires have a spiritual aspect.” —Gretchen Rubin, Secrets of Adulthood


Eglash Law Office is committed to providing clients with essential, highly customized and collaborative life and legacy planning services. The unique, dynamic life each one of us leads has a value that exceeds far beyond material possessions. Attorney Heidi Eglash recognizes this by meeting her clients with authenticity, empathy and a wide range of expertise, advice, strategies and tools designed to educate, encourage and empower. In having focused her practice on planning and the many facets involved— ensuring care for vulnerable beneficiaries, maximizing retirement savings, facing the costs of elder care with confidence and administering plans upon disability or death, to name a few—Eglash knows that an attorney’s value is so much more than the completion of form documents that are stored away to gather dust. Clients of Eglash Law Office find, instead, a personable counselor-at-law who takes genuine interest in their planning goals, who educates and encourages them to be active and engaged in planning endeavors and who empowers them to complete quality, comprehensive plans that can grow and change as their lives do the same. For more information on how to engage Heidi to assist with your planning, please visit 608-782-6110 PO Box 189 La Crosse, WI 54602-0189

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Business Sense

CRW’s featured businesswomen share insights, experiences and advice.


What does it take to be successful in your career? And what does that look like when family, community and educational responsibilities are added to the mix? We asked the 20 women featured in our 2022 Business Resource Directory key questions about motivation, balance and service, and their answers have much to teach all women who strive to make a positive impact in their community, family and career. What motivates you every morning? What gets you out of bed and excited to go to work and do what you do? Regina Siegel: I come from a farm family, and the importance of serving others has been instilled in me since I was a little girl. Each morning, the desire to serve my family, colleagues, clients and friends drives me to do my very best each day. Nikki Benzing: I love what I do. I meet new people every day. You never know who you might meet and what story

you might hear. The added bonus is selling products that the customer needs and loves. Making customers happy is the best feeling ever! Samantha Keck: The drive to help others, make someone smile or laugh, and knowing that everything I do, I do to make my workplace and community a better place. I truly am in the business of “people,” and I love meeting new people just as much as growing established relationships. Kahya Fox: At Habitat for Humanity, it’s the families. The process of seeing where families start and how much they accomplish and grow while they build their home brings joy and fulfillment to each day. Jennifer Lough: I am excited to go to work so that I can help people, but I am also motivated by getting things done. I have always been very organized, and crossing things off my todo list gives me a feeling of accomplishment every day. Continued on page 12 2022 Coulee Region Women Business Resource Directory 9



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866-637-7233 520 N. Main Street, Suite A Viroqua, WI 54665

Margaret Severson understands financial circumstances unique to women. Women tend to live longer than men, meaning more years in retirement. Between planning for the expected and preparing for the unexpected, Margaret and her team at Edward Jones in Viroqua have been helping investors build smart strategies for over 21 years. This is where goals and priorities come in. Working? Volunteering? Traveling? A winter home? Women view financial decisions holistically, working toward goals rather than set dollar figures. Margaret helps provide a perspective on whether a spending strategy is realistic and what tradeoffs may need to be made. Margaret has had the pleasure of serving as a financial advisor with Edward Jones in Viroqua since 1999, where she works to help investors manage many unique challenges. She believes it’s much easier to focus on dreams once you understand your goals, how to prepare for them and how to put time on your side.

AMY STODOLA, AAMS Principal - Financial Advisor Edward Jones FINANCIAL


Amy Stodola began her career as an Edward Jones financial advisor in 2005; since then, she has helped clients in and around La Crosse work toward realizing their life dreams. Before being named regional leader in 2017, she volunteered in several regional roles, including level coach, mentor, field trainer and recruiting leader. As regional leader, she helped establish Region 309, where she guides and supports nearly 60 branch teams in southwestern Wisconsin. She was named an Edward Jones principal in 2020. Amy has built a thriving business that ranks her among the firm’s top 250 female financial advisors and has earned her five invitations to the Edward Jones Women’s Conferences. Amy has shared the Edward Jones opportunity by recruiting more than a dozen financial advisors. Amy holds an AAMS® professional designation and a bachelor’s degree from University of WisconsinLa Crosse. Amy enjoys traveling, entertaining and spending time boating with her husband, Vince, and their three children, Brody, Jack and Kennedy.



Nikki Benzing, owner of Hidden Valley Designs, Inc., knows her business inside and out. Hidden Valley Designs, Inc., specializes in the sales and installation of custom window treatments, offering “shop at home” services as well as a display at Floorcrafters to browse at your convenience. Nikki and her associate Laura Kasinger work as a team. They come out to your home, help you pick the perfect treatment for your windows, and even come back to install. Hidden Valley Designs’ top product lines include Hunter Douglas, Graber and Kasmir Fabrics. Recently the motorized window treatment business has taken off, and Hidden Valley Designs now installs motorized treatments in one out of every three homes it serves. Nikki’s busy work schedule is complemented with her busy lifestyle. Nikki and her husband, James (James Benzing Construction), spend their “spare” time raising their combined family of six sons ranging from 4 to 18.

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608-788-2668 1212 Horton Street, Suite 102 La Crosse, WI 54601

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608-526-9870 Located inside Floorcrafters N5570 Frontage Road Onalaska, WI 54650

MARGARET “PEGGY” HERLITZKA Attorney/Partner Hale, Skemp, Hanson, Skemp & Sleik LEGAL


SARAH E. FORTUNE Attorney/Partner Hale, Skemp, Hanson, Skemp & Sleik LEGAL


Attorney Sarah Fortune of Hale Skemp counsels clients in business, trust and estate matters. “People often think of attorneys after a crisis, but what I like most about my work is that I help clients prevent disputes and financial crisis in their business and personal lives.” She crafts custom estate plans that allow her clients to manage their health care, finances, child care and gifting before and after death or disability. Sarah applies that same attention to detail to business and real estate transactions. She advises business clients on formation, handling problem employees, succession planning and everything in between. Sarah has been named a Rising Star in Milwaukee Magazine for the past 10 years—an honor given to only 2.5 percent of attorneys in Wisconsin each year. Sarah is rated 10/10 in the Lawyer Directory. Sarah loves to travel, and her adventures have included swimming with beluga whales in the Arctic and camping in the Amazon rain forest in Brazil.

608-784-3540 505 King Street, Suite 300 La Crosse, WI 54601

Since joining La Crosse’s largest law firm 32 years ago, Margaret “Peggy” Herlitzka’s primary focus at Hale Skemp has been in litigation with an emphasis on family law. As part of the firm’s family law team, Peggy has litigated hundreds of cases involving custody, placement, child and spousal support, and complex property division issues. Peggy also serves as a Court Commissioner for La Crosse County. Peggy has been named 13 times as a Super Lawyer by Milwaukee Magazine and selected by U.S. News and World Report–Best Lawyers® for inclusion in the last 10 editions of The Best Lawyers in America as a Best Lawyer. Peggy was honored with the title of Mrs. Oktoberfest in 2015 for her community contributions and professional accomplishments. Peggy currently enjoys serving as the president of the Wisconsin Law Foundation—the charitable arm of the State Bar of Wisconsin—and locally as a board member of Aptiv.

608-784-3540 505 King Street, Suite 300 La Crosse, WI 54601

EMILY G. LOE Attorney Hale, Skemp, Hanson, Skemp & Sleik LEGAL


608-784-3540 505 King Street, Suite 300 La Crosse, WI 54601

Emily G. Loe of Hale Skemp concentrates her practice in estate planning, probate and trust administration, elder law and guardianship, among other areas. Emily has presented on estate planning topics both locally and nationally. She received her juris doctorate, with honors, from Marquette University Law School. Prior to going to law school, Emily was employed for nearly a decade by the Wisconsin State Legislature. Emily enjoys giving back to the La Crosse community as a board member of the Coulee Region Humane Society and as a member of the Rotary Club of La Crosse After Hours. She is also an Alzheimer’s Ambassador for the Alzheimer’s Association’s Wisconsin chapter and a volunteer for Wills for Heroes. Emily currently serves as a member of the State Bar of Wisconsin’s Board of Governors, where she is the representative for 10 counties across western Wisconsin.

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But this past year has opened my mind that it’s achievable and that it’s OK. Society has warped us into thinking the more you work the more you have—but what is the “have”? Finding your work-life balance is so important for one’s sanity and ability to stay present and productive. Can you think of a time when you might have felt defeated, but rallied and overcame a challenge? Heidi Eglash: Not that I wish this on anyone, but the gifts that come with this difficult feeling can thankfully be significant. The key is to stay with the feeling and explore what lessons it has to teach you—perhaps about what’s truly important to you, or more simply about course corrections that you can make. If you can manage to stay open, to learn and to move forward, “failures” will be anything but that. Tammy Zee: I used to look at defeat in business as negative, but after 30 years in the fitness and wellness industry, I’ve chosen to call these challenges stepping stones or lessons. I felt a little defeated once early in my career, when I showed up to teach a fitness class at a new studio and found out that I’d been replaced by someone else and never told. I took this experience as a sign that I needed to focus more on working at my other fitness jobs—jobs I loved and was respected for doing. This was the fuel that propelled me into practicing and studying my craft, pointing me in the direction of getting my master’s degree.

Many of you mention families and community service in your advertorials. Do you feel as if you’ve achieved a state of work-life balance? Sarah Danielson: I believe that balance comes from fulfillment. My schedule is hectic, but I wouldn’t be happy if I weren’t involved in my community. It’s about personal reflection and prioritizing each day. Margaret Severson: I have learned I need to be responsible for daily self-care so I am able to be my best self for others. For me personally, that means eating healthy food, daily exercise and taking care of my mental health by sometimes saying no when asked to do things I don’t have time for. My family always comes first, and the rest falls into place. Peggy Herlitzka: I remember struggling with juggling home and work when our children were young, If I was home with a sick child, I could not stop thinking about what was not getting done at work. If I was at work and had a sick child at home, I could not stop feeling guilty about not being home. Another working mom gave me some great advice: “Wherever you are, be there.” It helped me stay focused at work, and it allowed me to be where I needed to be—guilt-free—when I was snuggled up on the couch with a sick child. Moriah Cody: In my search for the ultimate work-life balance, I’ve come to realize it will be a constant work in progress. 12 Coulee Region Women Business Resource Directory 2022

Stacy Apfel: The company I had been working for decided to close their local office, but I had loved what I was doing. Networking was key: I reached out to a few colleagues in the industry and landed in a fantastic company. Amanda Mish: Two years ago, my husband of almost 10 years passed away, and it changed our family in more ways than one. I felt at times that I was not going to be able to pull myself out of that dark cloud and live on my own again. But I had a wonderful support system at home and at work. I was able to keep myself busy and motivated to keep pushing forward. It would be what my husband would have wanted. He was very supportive in everything that I was able to do and would be proud that I am here and able to tell my story. You’ve all found work you love. What advice would you give to young people on finding work they love? Emily Loe: Don’t be afraid to take a risk. It is never too late for a new opportunity. Law was a second career for me and has allowed me to find my passion: helping people and making a difference. Jacqueline Lin: I love the work I’m doing now, but I didn’t follow the typical route to this place. I pursued interests that I enjoyed: gymnastics, majors in math and physics, graduate school for biomechanics and finally dentistry and orthodontics. I would encourage young people to consider their talents, interests and passions, and then pursue opportunities both in

Q&A and out of academics that complement those passions. I’ll pass along advice once given to me: Don’t stress too much about your long-term path; just continue to make “the next right decision.” Allyson Krause: Finding work that you love involves having a good understanding of your values and strengths, and that takes time, commitment and self-reflection. Be open to trying new things because you never know what you’ll find out about yourself along the way. Many of us stumbled upon a career that we love by taking risks and making the most of every experience along the way. Angela Czerwinski: Surround yourself with the “doers” in your community. Find a mentor, join a Rotary group and a business networking group, and meet as many people as possible. Laura Hoffman: If you believe it, you can achieve it! I set out to become a small-business owner when I was 25. It happened many years later, and I couldn’t be happier. Set goals that are attainable, and they will happen with time. Amy Stodola: Get uncomfortable. Too often, we get complacent in life and settle—don’t do that! Do something that forces you to have a growth mindset that will keep you hungry and wanting to experience new things. What is the worst thing that could happen when you ask for something? You will be told no. But what if you never asked? Then you’ll never know. crw

SARAH DANIELSON Commercial Banker Merchants Bank FINANCIAL


Commercial banker Sarah Danielson has very specific expertise: helping your business grow in the Coulee Region. A La Crescent native, Sarah has helped local businesses thrive for 27 years, six of those with Merchants Bank. Sarah meets with local business owners, learns about their hopes and dreams, and guides them through their business milestones, whether they’re looking to expand their business, take on assets or even sell. “Working with a regional bank means we really value and nurture strong professional relationships with our customers,” says Sarah. “We care about the success of our local businesses because we’re members of this community, too.” Sarah is involved in the La Crescent community and beyond. She serves as president of the La Crescent Area Chamber of Commerce and Tourism, is on the Junior Achievement of Western Wisconsin Board and is involved with the Lancer Creative Cooperative for La Crescent Hokah Public Schools, to name a few. Sarah and the team at Merchants Bank, with branches in both La Crescent and Onalaska, can help customers with all kinds of financial needs: personal and business banking, home loans and wealth management. When you work with Merchants Bank, you’ll find your trusted advisor. 507-895-9702 316 Main St. La Crescent, MN 55947

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608-784-9647 515 Division Street La Crosse, WI 54601

Laura Hoffman brings more than 15 years of experience with graphic design, marketing and superior service to The Monogram Company. Offering custom embroidery, apparel printing, specialized promotional products, uniforms and e-commerce stores, she makes sure every item is carefully produced. She is always looking for new ways to learn, either though networking or lifelong learning classes. By attending trade shows throughout the year, she will also keep you up to date on all of the newest and greatest promotional products to help promote your business. With the support of her family and friends, she continues to be successful in her business. The recent birth of her twin girls has kept her on her toes, as well as her energetic 3-year-old. The positive energy from her family and customers keeps her going every day. No two days are ever the same and no job is too big or small!

TAMARA ZEE, MS, C-IAYT, ACE, E-RYT 500 Owner/Instructor/Trainer Om Yoga Studio WELLNESS


Tammy Zee owns Om Yoga Studio and Tammy Zee’s Yoga Teacher Training in Onalaska. A certified Yoga Therapist through the International Association of Yoga Therapists, Tammy has her master’s degree in Exercise Sport Science/Human Performance from the University of WisconsinLa Crosse. She leads 200/300-hour Yoga Teacher Trainings at Om Yoga Studio, a private postsecondary school through the State of Wisconsin Education Approval Program and accredited through Yoga Alliance. Tammy specializes in making yoga accessible to everyone and is a Trauma Sensitive Yoga teacher for La Crosse County Health & Human Services. For the past 32 years, Tammy has managed the UW-La Crosse Rec Sports Group Fitness program and is a continuing education provider for the American Aerobic Association/International Sports Medicine Association. Tammy and her husband, Dennis, have been married for 34 years, and the love of their lives is their daughter, Olivia. Tammy’s passion and joy is helping others on their health and yoga journey.

608-386-1217 1208 Rudy Street, Suite 102 Onalaska, WI 54650

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SAMANTHA KECK REALTOR®, Director of Team Operations The Dan Stacey Team– RE/MAX Results REAL ESTATE


Samantha Keck has worked in real estate for 25 years and with one of the area's and state's top real estate teams, The Dan Stacey Team–RE/MAX Results, as the Director of Operations for the last 10 years. Throughout her career, Samantha has established many professional relationships with industry vendors who have broadened her knowledge of the profession. She is an integral part of systems that the industry uses today, and she continues to learn as much as she can about the industry’s trends. Being the Director of Operations has encouraged her to broaden her skill set and obtain her REALTOR® license. Along with the team’s long-term success, Samantha’s excellent communication skills, friendly nature and dedicated work ethic enhance her service as a REALTOR®. She believes that clients and customers deserve the full service and attention that only a team of experts like The Dan Stacey Team can provide, delivering both results and a pleasant experience.

608-792-2784 3210 State Rd. La Crosse, WI 54601

ALLYSON KRAUSE, CRPP™ Managing Director, Retirement Plan Services Department Trust Point FINANCIAL


REGINA SIEGEL Vice President, Organizational Development and Community Outreach Trust Point FINANCIAL


Regina Siegel, Vice President of Organizational Development and Community Outreach, joined Trust Point after 20 years of administrative, educational and nonprofit experience. Her ability to develop and nurture meaningful relationships has allowed her to accelerate team growth. She serves on various internal committees and coordinates the Trust Point Young Professionals and employee mentoring programs to cultivate future leaders, continuing Trust Point’s legacy of excellence that has spanned over a century. Regina designs, implements and evaluates professional development and continuous learning for staff. Her focus is also on the retention and development of partnerships with businesses and organizations working toward similar goals, furthering Trust Point’s impact in the community through service and collaboration. Regina has served on numerous boards and committees for local and state organizations. She was honored as a YWCA Outstanding Woman for her demonstration of excellence in education and the greater community.

608-782-1148 230 Front Street N. La Crosse, WI 54601

Allyson Krause, CRPP™, is the managing director of Retirement Plan Services (RPS) at Trust Point. The team manages over 200 retirement plans and helps business owners offer compelling and attractive plans for their employees. Allyson oversees the account management team, which provides its clients education, technology and investment options to help attract and retain employees. Allyson and her team take great pride in providing businesses solutions that enhance employees’ financial well-being and prepare them for their financial future. Business owners and participants alike appreciate Allyson’s ability to build relationships and her passion for financial education to help individuals plan for a successful retirement. Allyson recently received her Certified Retirement Plan Professional™ designation, which strengthens her retirement plan knowledge and industry understanding. Her dedication exemplifies her commitment to Trust Point’s clients.

608-782-1148 230 Front Street N. La Crosse, WI 54601

ANGELA CZERWINSKI Mortgage Loan Officer, NMLS# 402403 WNB Financial FINANCIAL


608-399-3188 501 Empire Street, Suite 104 Holmen, WI 54636

With over 14 years of comprehensive mortgage lending experience, Angela Czerwinski provides the trusted advice and innovative solutions you need to buy, build or refinance your home. She’s located in Holmen at the WNB Financial office on Empire Street, and in March 2022, the new office will open at 1506 Cole Court in Holmen. As your trusted financial advisor, Angela provides a consultative, client-first approach with personalized service and customized loan products to fit your family’s needs. Angela earned her degree in finance from the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse in 2001. She is a member of the Downtown Rotary Club of La Crosse, the La Crosse Area Business Association, the La Crosse Chamber of Commerce and the La Crosse Area Realtors Association. She also volunteers her time with the Finance Council at the Roncalli Newman Catholic Parish. Angela and her husband, Curt, reside in Onalaska with their two young children, Adam and Sarah. She enjoys golfing, playing cards, gardening, reading and spending time with her family and friends.

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OUR TOWNS Celebrating life in the Coulee Region

No matter where you live in the Coulee Region, you’re in or near a town—big or small—that’s a wonderful place to live, enjoy our beautiful environment and do business. Here, we’ll take you on a tour of the towns in the area we’re proud to call home, highlighting what each has to offer. We’re so grateful to all the businesses and organizations that make the Coulee Region a delightful place to live and that offer what community members need to thrive. Stories by Jessica Zen Photos by Diane Raaum Photo

Our Towns

Cass Street Bridge, La Crosse


Explore La Crosse

Nestled between the Mississippi River and the rolling bluffs of the Driftless Area sits the city of La Crosse. The largest city on Wisconsin’s western border, La Crosse is a river paradise complete with a historic downtown filled with shops, restaurants, museums, art galleries and more. With renowned medical facilities, colleges and strong school and community resources, La Crosse is a great city in which to raise a family. On top of that, there’s no shortage of outdoor recreation, arts and culture, food and fun in La Crosse. La Crosse made the Forbes list of “Best Small Places for Business and Careers 2019,” placing 50 out of 203 cities. It also found a spot on the “Business Insider” list of “The 10 Most Exciting Small Cities in America,” landing the number two spot. The city is just begging people to get creative, grow some roots and see where their lives will take them in this expanding community. La Crosse is also home to countless businesses seeking to serve and delight its residents. These businesses range from health institutions like Mayo Clinic Health System to specialized wellness services provided by Family Vision Center and The Therapy Place of La Crosse. Other family service businesses include D.M. Harris Law LLC, Frontier Photography and Schumacher-Kish Funeral Home & Cremation Services. Looking to put down roots and build or remodel a home in La Crosse? Decker Design and Badger Corrugating Company are great resources for that. And charming shops like Nelson Flag & Display and River Road Quilts are the perfect places to find a unique gift or fuel creativity. Many of La Crosse’s businesses, big and small, are owned by creative, entrepreneurial women. Each one brings a unique 20 Coulee Region Women Business Resource Directory 2022

perspective to the business world that helps this community grow and thrive. From financial advisors and attorneys to retailers, salon owners, restaurateurs and more, smart, successful, business-minded women are making an impact all over this city. The city also has programs to help women grow their business and be successful. The Women’s Alliance of La Crosse, Coulee Region Professional Women and Women Empowering Women strive to connect businesswomen in the Coulee Region. Community organizations such as the Women’s Fund of Greater La Crosse, the La Crosse Community Foundation and YWCA La Crosse are women-led and offer grants that support local causes, including those supportive of women and girls. The Southwest Wisconsin office of Wisconsin Women’s Business Initiative Corporation (WWBIC), located in La Crosse, is a great resource for women business owners. La Crosse is a great place to support local women in business. Whether you are in need of a product, service or advice, there’s something here for you. Let the businesswomen of La Crosse help you with all of your needs.

Rotary Lights, Riverside Park

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Our Towns

Lake Winona

The Minnesota Side of the River La Crescent • Winona


The towns that dot the Minnesota side of the Mississippi River are gems in the Coulee Region. Just across the river from La Crosse is La Crescent, the “Apple Capital of Minnesota.” Tucked in the southeast corner of the state, La Crescent is a delightful town with orchards, beloved local businesses and a small-town Midwestern vibe. This community boasts wonderful educational facilities, numerous parks and other outdoor opportunities. Hop on any one of the three scenic drives in the area (Apple Blossom Scenic Drive, Historic Bluff Country National Scenic Byway and the Great River Road) to experience just how lovely La Crescent can be. And don’t miss Applefest in September—this beloved festival is organized by a board composed almost entirely of women. Just up Highway 61, Winona is a vibrant river town, bustling with shops, cafés and charm. Here you’ll find national and international industries, three institutions of higher education, a medical center and unique shopping opportunities in the historic downtown. Outdoor opportunities are in abundance here, both on land and on the water. Wander down a trail or boat and swim in the Mississippi for a perfect summer afternoon. If art is your appeal, don’t miss the Minnesota Marine Art Museum, with an impressive collection of works by the masters. Enjoy the Great River Shakespeare Festival on a summer evening or the Frozen 22 Coulee Region Women Business Resource Directory 2022

River Film Festival in February. There’s even a Beethoven festival for classical music lovers. Winona is no stranger to a women-filled workforce. In order to aid the women who are helping Winona stay strong, the Women in Business not-for-profit organization is lending a hand. This organization, which has been around for almost 30 years, aims to inspire women of all occupations and provide opportunities for personal and professional growth. They do this through leadership, networking and education. Each month there is a networking luncheon where women gather together and learn from the key-note speaker. They also build lasting relationships that help grow their businesses. Winona’s vibrant downtown also has a high presence of business women, with approximately 90 percent of the retail establishments being run by women. There are also women operating manufacturing companies and health care systems. The city boasts a very high diversity of leadership roles for women in its community. Both La Crescent and Winona are delightful towns that see women flourishing in their businesses. From financial aid advisors and professors to downtown business owners, there is no shortage of female presence in these communities.

Our Towns

View from Great River Landing, Onalaska

Onalaska— Beautiful by Nature »

Complementing La Crosse to the north is the city of Onalaska. Very similar to La Crosse in scenery, this city is also surrounded by beautiful bluffs and, of course, the Mississippi River. Starting at the Great River Landing at the crux of Highway 35 and Main Street, you can follow the river along the Great River State Trailhead, which connects you to 101 miles of trails for walking, running and biking. Wherever you go, water is close by, making Onalaska a paradise for boaters, anglers, photographers and anyone who loves the beauty of nature. Enhancing the natural beauty are women important to the art scene in Onalaska, as evidenced by the Onalaska Arts Council. This group composed primarily of women business owners who led the fundraising campaign to create the “Nature’s Backyard” sculpture that now graces Grand River Landing. And we can even thank a woman—Vicki Gilbertson—for commissioning Sunny, the giant sunfish just down Highway 35, an Onalaska icon and favorite stop for tourist photos. In town and out, you’ll find a plethora of booming businesses, many of them women-owned. This flourishing community has over 2,000 businesses, and women play a huge part in keeping this city humming and thriving. Their many local businesses, shops and restaurants contribute to the authentic cultural experience. From restaurants and wine bars to boutiques and numerous health and wellness practices, women-owned businesses abound.

In Onalaska, for example, is Jenny Akins, serving community members with financial planning at Edward Jones. Women representatives at CPC Printing & Promotions are here to facilitate printing jobs and set your organization up with promotional products. Solid Surface Specialist can connect you with countertops that make your kitchen and bath glow. And the designers at Elevations by Wisconsin Building Supply can help you with your next kitchen remodel or home improvement project. Counselors, yoga instructors, beauty consultants, fitness trainers, video producers, shop owners and dog groomers— these women, and many others, are making a difference in Onalaska by getting involved, empowering other women and being active members of their community.

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Our Towns

View of the Mississippi River from Trempealeau

Points North

Holmen • Galesville • Trempealeau


Located in the western foot of La Crosse County is the family-friendly village of Holmen. Once a small rural community of just 2,400 residents, Holmen has become a fast-growing community with over 10,500 people today, with a business community ready to serve them. Here you’ll find a strong hometown, abundant outdoor activities and a sense of pride in the overall community that makes Holmen loved by residents, business owners and visitors alike. Rolling farmlands and beautiful bluffs color the local landscape. As the Holmen community grows, so does the number of women in business. From professional services to coffee shops and even an online bookstore, Holmen women are finding creative ways to serve the community. Services like Moxy Salon & Spa and retail like Shiny Objects Boutique delight clients and customers with their offerings. North of La Crosse about 20 miles in the Coulee Region of the Mississippi Valley is the city of Galesville. Boasting attractions like the Apple Affair, Lake Marinuka, A. A. Arnold House, Old Main Historical & Community Arts Center and the Swinging Suspension Bridge, this community is a delight to all who have the pleasure of experiencing it. Galesville was awarded the Scenic Beauty Award from Citizens for a Scenic Wisconsin in 2008 and surely deserves the title. Galesville is the perfect place to support women in business. An incredible 98 percent of businesses in the charming downtown square are owned by women, whether bakeries, Coon Valley 24 Coulee Region Women Business Resource Directory 2022

cafés, boutiques or florists. Additionally, women compose a significant proportion of the board of the Chamber of Commerce. The women of Galesville strengthen the entire community by supporting each other and bringing revenue into the city. Upriver from La Crosse and downriver from Winona is the small village of Trempealeau. Located off the scenic Great River Road, this village is surrounded by a marsh and seven lakes, which create natural scenic beauty and the perfect place for outdoor fun. Trempealeau is home to a vibrant community with a workforce that reflects what it means to truly have a Midwestern work ethic. Here the quality of life is bar none, and the historic downtown is the perfect place for businesses, restaurants and retailers to set up shop. With its proximity to several universities in both La Crosse and Winona, and the beauty of the natural environment, Trempealeau is a fabulous location for both the tourism industry and day-to-day businesses. Don’t miss the astounding views from Perrot State Park, then enjoy a wine picnic at the women-run, award-winning Elmaro Winery. Once you’ve experienced the delights of this area, you might never want to leave—but if you do, you can look to the expertise of Lisa Bourget at Quiet Meadow Travel, a full-service travel agency in nearby Blair. Entrepreneurial women like her are in all corners of the business world in these Wisconsin communities, and their contributions are an important part of what makes Holmen, Galesville and Trempealeau such desirable locations to live in.

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Our Towns

Norskedalen Nature and Heritage Center, Coon Valley

Vibrant Vernon County Coon Valley • Westby • Cashton • Viroqua


For a day of road-tripping, dining and shopping, there’s no better direction to head than south of La Crosse to the many delightful destinations in Vernon County. The village of Coon Valley is located in the heart of the Driftless Area, which was never touched by glaciers. The absence of glacier activity has created an area of lovely rolling hills and spring-fed trout streams. The main road through town is dotted with shopping stops, including Donna’s Daughters and Sweet Valley Artisans. Outdoor enthusiasts will particularly love visiting the Norskedalen heritage center and exploring the trails. The city of Westby also sits in the Driftless Area and is home to peaceful valleys, towering ridges, breathtaking vistas, tranquil back roads and roaming rivers. Once just a village, Westby has since expanded into a city where you’ll find outdoor activities in abundance, plus boutiques, historical displays, antique shops and a rich local culture. Once you’re here, why not stay a while? The Westby House Inn & Restaurant will receive you warmly. And there’s no better way to celebrate Westby’s Nordic heritage than to pick up a memento from Dregne’s Scandinavian Gifts. These prospering businesses and more are part of what makes Westby so unique.

Farther down the road is another great Driftless town— Viroqua—which has put itself on the map as a foodie’s paradise. The innovative Driftless Café has received national recognition, the Viroqua Food Co-op boasts an impressive number of members for a town this size, Wonderstate Coffee caffeinates the region and the Viroqua Farmers Market is a thriving market that serves both customers in the community and the farmers and vendors who sell their goods there. Pasture Pride Cheese in nearby Cashton offers more locally grown goodness. Viroqua’s delightful downtown has been named to the Wisconsin and National Register of Historic Places and is home to the newly renovated Historic Fortney building, filled with business owned or co-owned by women, including salon services, photography, counseling and health and wellness. The Main Street running through town hosts several more womenowned cafés and shops, including the Viroqua Public Market, an emporium filled with locally made goods, many crafted by women. Coon Valley, Westby, Cashton and Viroqua are all wonderful places to support local businesses. Whether you drop by the downtown area to enjoy a cup of coffee or explore some of the many trails in the area, you’re supporting the local culture and community. 2022 Coulee Region Women Business Resource Directory 27

Our Towns

Kriskindlmarkt, Sparta

Beyond the Bike Trails West Salem • Bangor • Sparta


Founded in 1851, the historic village of West Salem is the home to Pulitzer Prize-winning author Hamlin Garland. Tucked in western Wisconsin and lovingly termed “God’s country,” here you’ll find forests, farmland and the roaring Mississippi River. This delightful area is perfect for outdoor recreation, like boating and fishing at Lake Neshonoc, or camping and picnicking at Veteran’s Memorial Park. You could even hop on the La Crosse River State Trail for a bike ride or a run. In conjunction with the fabulous outdoor opportunities, West Salem also has a thriving business community where women are particularly prosperous. The “Ladies of Leonard Street” offer a range of services and shopping on one central street, including floral, home décor and yoga and beauty businesses. Elsewhere in the village, you can explore a new approach to health and wellness at O2 Life Hyperbarics, and many local homeowners rely on Beyer Cabinets for their custom cabinetry needs. East of West Salem is the village of Bangor, small in size but rich in what it has to offer residents and visitors alike. Here you can enjoy the feeling of a small town while having all of the amenities of a big city nearby. Downtown offers retail establishments like the gift and décor shop HouseWarmings. And if you’re searching for fresh, local meat and dairy products, Creamery Creek Farms is the place to go. Veterans Memorial Park offers the perfect place for residents to relax in the great 28 Coulee Region Women Business Resource Directory 2022

outdoors and enjoy the beautiful surrounding scenery. Nestled in the rolling hills along the La Crosse River is the city of Sparta. It is known as the “Bicycling Capital of America” and is home to the first rail bed in Wisconsin to be converted to bike trails between Sparta and Elroy. You can’t miss the world’s largest fiberglass bike, marking the access to several nationally recognized bike trails. Beyond biking, Sparta is also home to many businesses run solely by women. The city itself has many women in leadership roles, including the executive director of the Chamber of Commerce, the mayor, the superintendent and the Sparta Free Library director. Women are keeping the downtown vibrant with their many coffee shops, gift boutiques, clothing stores and more—places like Sparta Floral and Wild Love Apparel, which are thriving and growing. The icing on the cake of this community: the Bavarian-themed holiday market Kriskindlmarkt, which is embraced by visitors from all over the Coulee Region, and which features delightful stands offering food and handcrafted holiday wares, many created by women artisans. This progressive city is full of women entrepreneurs who support and encourage each other, bringing creativity, energy and a fresh new take on the business scene.

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Business Listings AUTO Dahl Automotive 608-784-9601 3819 Creekside Lane Holmen, WI 54636

Om Yoga Studio & Tammy Zee’s Yoga Teacher Training 1288 Rudy Street, Suite 102 Onalaska, WI 54650

FINANCIAL Ameriprise Financial/ Hanson & Associates A private wealth advisory practice of Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc. 608-783-2639 500 Second Street S., Suite 101 La Crosse, WI 54601

The Therapy Place 608-519-5546 600 N. Third Street, #206 La Crosse WI 54601

LOCALLY GROWN FOOD Creamery Creek Farms 608-461-0554 W1250 County Road U Bangor, WI 54614

HOME IMPROVEMENT Badger Corrugating 800-356-8004 1801 West Avenue S. La Crosse, WI 54601

Pasture Pride Cheese Store 608-654-7444 110 Eagle Drive Cashton, WI 54619

Edward Jones 608-788-2668 1212 Horton Street, Suite 102 La Crosse, WI 54601 866-637-7233 520 N. Main Street, Suite A Viroqua, WI 54665 608-781-4333 1200 County Road PH, Suite 200 Onalaska, WI 54650 Merchants Bank 507-895-9702 316 Main Street La Crescent, MN 55947 Trust Point 608-782-1148 230 Front Street N. La Crosse, WI 54601 WNB Financial 608-498-0191 501 Empire Street, Suite 104 Holmen, WI 54636 FLORAL Sparta Floral 608-269-4141 636 E. Montgomery Street Sparta, WI 54656 FUNERAL HOME Schumacher-Kish Funeral Home & Cremation Services 608-782-1252 200 West Avenue La Crosse, WI 54601 HEALTH/WELLNESS Family Vision Center 608-788-4300 3424 Mormon Coulee Road La Crosse, WI 54601 Mayo Clinic Health System 608-785-0940 700 West Avenue S. La Crosse, WI 54601 O2 Life Hyperbarics 608-518-3410, Option 2 1580 Heritage Boulevard West Salem, WI 54669

Beyer Cabinets 608-786-2220 440 Commerce Street West Salem, WI 54669 Board Store Home Improvements, The 608-782-8877 524 Copeland Avenue La Crosse, WI 54603 Decker Design 608-783-5667 2946 Airport Road La Crosse, WI 54603 Elevations by Wisconsin Building Supply 608-781-3900 N5566 Frontage Road Onalaska, WI 54650 Solid Surface Specialist 608-783-7663 161 Mason Street Onalaska, WI 54650 INTERIOR DESIGN/ WINDOW TREATMENTS Hidden Valley Designs, Inc. 608-526-9870 Located inside Floorcrafters N5570 Frontage Road Onalaska, WI 54650 LEGAL Belzer, Schroeder & Lough, SC 608-784-8055 300 Second Street N., Suite 200 La Crosse, WI 54601 D.M. Harris Law LLC 608-782-4133 201 Main Street, Suite 620 La Crosse, WI 54601 Eglash Law Office LLC 608-782-6110 PO Box 189 La Crosse, WI 54602-0189

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Hale, Skemp, Hanson, Skemp & Sleik 608-784-3540 505 King Street, Suite 300 La Crosse, WI 54601

LODGING/DINING Westby House Inn & Restaurant 608-634-4112 200 W. State Street Westby, WI 54667 Media Coulee Region Communications LLC 608-783-5395 816 Second Avenue S., Suite 300 Onalaska, WI 54650

RETAIL Donna’s Daughters 608-452-2404 207 Central Avenue Coon Valley, WI 54623 DonnasDaughtersWIS Dregne’s Scandinavian Gifts 608-634-4414 100 S. Main Street Westby, WI 54667 HouseWarmings 608-486-4046 1522 Commercial Street Bangor, WI 54614 housewarmings Nelson Flag and Display 608-788-2990 2501 South Avenue La Crosse, WI 54601 River Road Quilt Shop 608-788-2990 2501 South Avenue La Crosse, WI 54601

Shiny Objects Boutique 608-526-6440 NONPROFIT 311 S. Main Street Habitat for Humanity La Crosse Area Holmen, WI 54636 608-785-2373 3181 Berlin Drive shinyobjectsholmen La Crosse, WI 54601 Sweet Valley Artisans 608-452-2111 YWCA La Crosse 219 Central Avenue 608-781-2783 Coon Valley, WI 54623 212 11th Street S. La Crosse, WI 54601 sweetvalleyartisans Wild Love Apparel 608-797-0505 ORTHODONTICS 128 S. Water Street, Suite A Great River Orthodontics Sparta WI 54656 608-782-6778 1200 Main Street La Crosse, WI 54601 Viroqua Public Market 608-637-1912 215 S. Main Street PHOTOGRAPHY Viroqua, WI 54665 Frontier Photography SALON/SPA PRINTING & Moxy Salon & Spa PROMOTIONAL PRODUCTS 608-526-6440 CPC Printing & Promotions 311 S. Main Street 608-791-1050 Holmen, WI 54636 1001 Commercial Court Onalaska, WI 54650 TRAVEL Quiet Meadow Travel LLC PROMOTIONAL PRODUCTS 715-340-4004 The Monogram Company N28695 Quiet Meadow Lane 608-784-9647 Blair, WI 54616 515 Division Street La Crosse, WI 54601 QuietMeadowTravelAgency REAL ESTATE The Dan Stacey Team– RE/MAX Results 608-792-2784 3210 State Road La Crosse, WI 54601

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