Time to Reflect
By Aaron Kapellusch, President
As we come to the close of another year, it’s time to reflect, but more importantly time to look forward to new and exciting times. At the Wausau Region Chamber of Commerce (WRCC), we are always changing to meet the collective needs of our members. Recently we asked for input via our annual member survey. This input is very important to us, and we take it to heart. The survey results have been steady since we started using it as a tool for input four years ago. However, one result that we are very proud of is the percentage of people who would recommend the WRCC to others is the highest it has ever been. This tells us that your input and ideas have made us an even better Chamber of Commerce. As a member, please share with those who aren’t members the value you Congratulations to Cassandra Vinch from WAOW, winner of the $100 Chamber Gift Certificate for participating in the Chamber Member Survey.
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Member News Small Business of the Year Nominations Featured Member Ambassadors Volunteer Spotlight New Members Ribbon Cuttings
receive from being part of the WRCC so we can become an even stronger business community. Soon we will be sending Aaron Kapellusch out our annual economic outlook survey, which is a great way to gather regional economic information which is then compared to state and national economic trends. This information is shared by a guest speaker with experience in economics during our Economic Outlook program. Again, feedback from you on this topic is very important in how we move forward to support and grow your business. I’ve been here in my position for a year now and have been pleasantly overwhelmed by the kindness and support of people in this community. Our role as staff at the WRCC is to serve our members—a job we take seriously and with a lot of passion. So even if you didn’t have the chance to submit your input via the Member Survey, we are always open to hearing your input. Please don’t hesitate to give me a call or send an email. Be thankful that you live in a community where you can not only get involved, but make a difference. And we are thankful that you are a member of the WRCC. We wish you a safe and joyous holiday season. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you and your loved ones.
Member News The Aspirus Health Foundation held its annual “Partners in Health” honored Margaret Anderson, M.D., as the Foundation’s 2014 Physician Champion for her outstanding contributions to physical medicine and rehabilitative medicine, as well as spine and neurological care at Aspirus. San and Joanne Orr were recognized as the Foundation’s 2014 Community Champions for their commitment to supporting programs and initiatives which have significantly impacted the lives of people in our community. Becher-Hoppe Associates, Inc., a Wausau based Engineering and Architecture firm, hosted Professor Mike Zach of UW Stevens Point for a nanotechnology presentation. Professor Zach has conducted industry leading research in the creation of nano wires to aid the construction industry. The nano wire network has potential to predict structural stress and allow for earlier remedial action. Awareness of emerging technologies across industries allows the Becher Hoppe team of consulting engineers, architects, surveyors, and real estate specialists to continue its 60-year history of providing a wide spectrum of quality professional services to government, business, and individuals. The Behavioral Health Clinic of Wausau will be sponsoring a series of free Depression Screening and Awareness Days in November and December. Watch for these and other free community events as BHC of Wausau embarks on their 2015 mission to reduce the stigma of mental illness in central WI. Visit www.bhcwausau.com for details! The City of Wausau Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory Committee has received funding from the Capital Improvement and Street Maintenance Committee to purchase bike racks in 2015. The committee will continue to work with Northcentral Technical College,
Wausau West, and Wausau East to reproduce some of the bike racks that were part of the design contest in 2014. The Bike/Ped Committee has determined several future bike rack locations on public right-ofway, but we also want to give businesses within the Wausau city limits the opportunity to request bike racks to be placed on public right-of-way. If your business is interested in receiving a custom bike rack, please fill out the information using the survey link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/wausaubikeracks The Community Foundation of North Central Wisconsin recognized George C. and Estelle B. Wolff with the Spirit of Philanthropy Award at the George L. Ruder Forum reception Thursday, November 13, 2014 at the Wausau Country Club. The Community Foundation acknowledges the Wolff’s for their leadership, vision, generosity, service, integrity, and selfless dedication to this community. The Community Foundation of North Central Wisconsin’s George L. Ruder Forum is proud to present Dr. Jeremi Suri: “The Living Legacy of the Greatest Generation.” Jeremi Suri holds the Mack Brown Distinguished Chair for Leadership in Global Affairs at the University of Texas at Austin. He is a professor in the University’s Department of History and the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs. Professor Suri’s research and teaching have received numerous prizes, including his selection as a Wisconsin Academy Fellow. John Guerndt, President of Compass Insurance Services, announces they have opened a second location to better serve our growing number of clients in Portage, Wood and Waupaca Counties. The office is located at 5569 Highway 10 East – Stevens Point, WI. Mikhail Salienko and Lisa Vandehey will serve clients at the Stevens Point location. Mikhail has more than 13 years of experience in the insurance
industry and Lisa Vandehey has worked in the insurance industry for more than 20 years. Domtar Paper promotes Kathy Collins to General Manager – Rothschild Mill. Kathy joined DomtarRothschild in 2013 as Manager – Environmental, Health and Safety. Prior to Domtar, Kathy spent more than twenty years at NewPage and MeadWestvaco Corporation in roles including: Fiber Lines Superintendent, Lean Six Sigma Trainer, Environmental Manager and Engineer. Kathy is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin – Madison, where she earned her degree in Chemical Engineering. The Green Bay Packers and WPS Health Insurance paid special tribute to Sgt. Michael Kimmerling during Sunday’s Packers-Bears game for Operation Fan Mail. Kimmerling, originally from Phelps, Wisconsin, enlisted with the U.S. Marine Corps in December 2006 and graduated from the School of Infantry – West as a meritorious lance corporal and machine gunner. After his first two deployments to Iraq in 2008 and Afghanistan in 2009, he reenlisted and attended Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) School in February of 2011. After graduating, he spent two deployments in Afghanistan as an EOD Technician in 2012 and 2014. Horace Mann Middle School Physical Education Teacher Ken Smith has received the Board Resolution
of Commendation Award for being named the 2014 Wisconsin Health and Physical Education Middle School Teacher of the Year. Ann Dahlke, Lynette Hieronimus, Amanda Hubert, Lynn Kosina, Robin Krause, Katrina Matsche, Sonia Miller, Audrey Mueller, Sheila Rovang, and Darlene Vlietstra attended the Wisconsin Division Fall Education Conference of the International Association of Administrative Professionals (IAAP) held at The Kalahari Resorts and Conventions in Wisconsin Dells, Wisc, on October 24-25, 2014. All ten women are members of the Wausau Chapter of IAAP. IAAP is the world’s largest association for administrative professionals, providing career information, education, networking opportunities and certification programs. Sharon Behrens, Cindy Ann Beran, Chris Bleck, Janelle Christensen, Ann Dahlke, Amanda Godleske, Kathi Groeschel, Lynn Kosina, Cathy Marx, Sharon Riebe, and Kathie Smith recently attended the 69th International Education Forum and Annual Meeting of the International Association of Administrative Professionals (IAAP) held on July 26-30, 2014 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. All eleven women are members of the Wausau Chapter of IAAP. The Wausau Chapter of International Association of Administrative Professionals (IAAP) has achieved the Chapter of Excellence rating for 2013-2014
Member News from IAAP’s International headquarters. The chapter earned the designation after meeting nine designated criteria in IAAP’s Pathways to Excellence program. This marks the chapter’s sixth consecutive year earning this distinction. Fourteen members of the Wausau Chapter IAAP have achieved Member of Excellence status for 2013-2014: Janelle Christensen, Ann Dahlke, Cheryl Haebich, Kaying Her, Lynette Hieronimus, Lynn Kosina, Nancy Kowalski, Catherine Marshall, Sonia Miller, Luann Prahl, Heather Renzelmann, Sheila Rovang, Janet Tharaldson, and Darlene Vlietstra. Each earned the designation after meeting a minimum of eight of eleven designated criteria in IAAP’s Pathways to Excellence program Keller, Planners, Architects and Builders, a design/ build general contractor with offices in Wausau, Madison, Milwaukee and the Fox Cities, will build an 8,430 square foot classroom addition and remodel for Good Shepherd Lutheran Church under the direction of Keller Project Manager, Vern Nystrom. Pastor Al Moen is building an addition and remodeling the church to better serve the members of Good Shepherd Lutheran Church. KELLER, Inc., a Design/Build General Contractor with offices in the Fox Cities, Madison, Milwaukee and Wausau announces the promotion of Sarah Vande Hey to Office Coordinator. Vande Hey has 13 years of experience with Keller which includes previous positions of Accounting Assistant and most recently Receptionist. As the recently promoted Office Coordinator, she will continue to be our main point of contact at the front desk along with the coordination of all Keller offices in our Wausau, Germantown and Sun Prairie locations. Michelle Neathery, Finance Manager at Larry Meyer Construction accepted her Ignite Challenge Award
from United Way Emerging Leaders on September 30, 2014. Audrey Mueller, CAP, senior administrative assistant at Liberty Mutual Insurance, has achieved recertification of the Certified Administrative Professional (CAP) rating from the International Association of Administrative Professionals (IAAP). Mueller is a member of the Wausau Chapter of IAAP. The prestigious CAP designation certifies that an individual carries a high level of knowledge and mastery of the administrative support profession. Laurie Prochnow attended Management Recruiters Manager’s Conference held in Orlando Florida. At the conference Laurie was inducted into the prestigious Ring of Honor which recognizes with 25 years or more of associate with the franchise. Laurie has owned the Wausau office for over 20 years and has consistently ranked in the top 25% of Offices. The office is located at 3309 Terrace Court. Sheriff Scott Parks announces the promotion of Detective Jeffrey Stefonek to the rank of Lieutenant. Lieutenant Stefonek joined the Marathon County Sheriff’s Department in February, 2005 and was promoted to Detective in November, 2010. Lieutenant Stefonek recently completed a 120 hour Leadership in Police Organizations course which will allow him to work effectively in his new role. Jeff currently serves on the Department’s Special Weapons and Tactics team (SWAT) and the Sniper Team. Lieutenant Stefonek will be an excellent asset to the Patrol Division where he will be assigned. Two nationally-recognized Marshfield Clinic researchers - a geneticist and a hematologist/ oncologist - were awarded the 27th Gwen D. Sebold Fellowship for Outstanding Research. Senior Research Scientist Murray Brilliant and Dr.
Member News Adedayo Onitilo, who practices at Marshfield Clinic Weston Center and Marshfield Clinic Cancer Care at Ministry/Saint Michael’s Hospital, Stevens Point, was honored during in a program at the Froehlke Auditorium, Melvin R. Laird Center, Marshfield Clinic, Marshfield. This is the first time two people will receive the fellowship in a single year. The fellowship has been given by D. David “Dewey” Sebold, who resides in Medford, since 1988 to recognize an outstanding medical researcher and support continued research in his or her field. Kirsten Vetterkind, a certified family nurse practitioner, joined Marshfield Clinic Wittenberg Center in November. In her practice, Vetterkind provides complete family health care for all ages and has a special interest in women’s health, urology and dermatology. Originally from Wisconsin’s Northwoods, she completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, nursing degree from Northland College, Ashland, and master’s degree in family health nursing from UW-Eau Claire. Ministry Health Care and Ministry Medical Group are pleased to welcome Keshani Bhushan, MD, who recently joined the hospitalist department at Ministry Saint Clare’s Hospital, Weston. Hospitalists are a team of specially trained physicians and advanced practice clinicians who manage a full spectrum of serious illnesses and specialize in coordinating care around the clock while patients are hospitalized. Dr. Bhushan earned her medical degree from Sawai Man Singh Medical College in Jaipur, India. She completed and internship and residency at the State University of New York (SUNY) in Buffalo, N.Y. Dr. Bhushan also holds a master’s in public health from SUNY, Buffalo. For nearly 30 years, Judy Sudbury of Mosinee has been a hospice volunteer. Her family’s use of hospice
motivated her to become a member of the hospice team and for her countless hours of service she has been recognized by The Hospice Organization and Palliative Experts (HOPE) of Wisconsin as one of two volunteers of the year. For the past 15 years, Sudbury has volunteered with Ministry Home CareHospice in Wausau. Rhyme is pleased to announce that Larry Brush and Jeff Witte have joined the company. Brush joins Rhyme as the Branch Sales Manager for Wausau, Green Bay and Oshkosh. He has 30 years of industry experience, 26 years in Sales Management and 16 years working specifically in these territories. Witte joins Rhyme as a Senior Sales Representative for the Wausau office. He has 17 years of industry experience, 11 of those years owning his own Office Technology company in Chippewa Valley. Both Brush and Witte will play a major role in supporting our customers in Wausau and the surrounding communities.” Schenck SC has been accepted as the exclusive Appleton, WI, member of the National CPA Health Care Advisors Association (HCAA). The HCAA is a nationwide association of CPA firms that provide specialized accounting, tax and consulting services to the health care industry. To be awarded membership in HCAA, firms must demonstrate proficiency and commitment to serving clients in health care. Through HCAA, members gain access to relationships and educational resources that assist them in staying on the forefront of the health care industry. Schenck is pleased to announce that the following employees have recently been promoted: Tricia Nielsen, CPA, has been promoted to Manager. Charlotte Towle has been promoted to Senior Accountant. Stuart Randall, CPA, has been promoted to Senior Accountant in the government and not-for-profit services department. Schenck is a
Member News full-service regional accounting and consulting firm. The firm has over 500 employees who serve clients through eight locations in Wisconsin. Ann Dahlke, CAP-OM-TA, senior administrative assistant, at UMR has achieved recertification of the Certified Administrative Professional (CAP) rating from the International Association of Administrative Professionals (IAAP). Dahlke is a member of the Wausau Chapter of IAAP. The prestigious CAP designation certifies that an individual carries a high level of knowledge and mastery of the administrative support profession. Are you looking for a cost-effective, secure and convenient way to manage letter-size First-Class Mail® with personal protected information? If yes, the Postal Service’s Secure Destruction service is the solution you are looking for. It’s a new Intelligent Mail® service that was made available nationwide on November 18, 2014. There is no additional cost to business mailers for this service! A copy of the presentation is also posted on RIBBS at: https:// ribbs.usps.gov/index.cfm?page=pccworkshopbox.
of Directors will nominate Nyen for the Council of Administrators of Special Education (CASE) Outstanding Administrator of Special Education Award. Nyen also received the WCASS Region 7 Administrator Award in May 2014, which encompasses Cooperative Educational Service Agencies (CESAs) 9 and 12. Nyen has been the District’s Director of Special Education for five years. The Wisconsin Health Ministries of Ascension Health are pleased to announce Daniel E. Neufelder has been appointed Ministry Health Care President and CEO, effective December 1, 2014. Neufelder succeeds Nick Desien, who has been in the role since 1999. Desien will continue in his position of Ascension Ministry Market Leader for Wisconsin, Kansas and Oklahoma. In this role, Desien is accountable for providing leadership, support and direction related to the strategic positioning and operational performance.
Darci Mick Beversdorf, Wausau School District elementary physical education teacher and former PEP grant project coordinator, received a 2014 Wisconsin Health & Physical Education (WHPE) Citation Award for her work in revising and enhancing the District’s K-12 physical education curriculum. Director of Special Education Tammy Nyen was named Wisconsin Council of Administrators of Special Services (WCASS) Outstanding Special Services Administrator. Nyen received her award last week at the WCASS Membership Meeting held during the State Superintendent’s Conference on Special Education and Pupil Services Leadership Issues. With this recognition, the WCASS Board
Member News Three distinct exhibitions featuring iconic photographs from “National Geographic” magazine, etchings by American artist James McNeill Whistler, and masks donned by Wausau-area ballet dancers opened on Saturday, November 22, at the Woodson Art Museum. All three exhibitions will remain on view through February 22, 2015. Whether captured amid split-second serendipity or lengthy preparation, “50 Greatest National Geographic Photographs” are some of the most compelling from the magazine’s more-than-120-year history. WPS Health Insurance and QuadMed today announced the launch of Intellicare, a combined solution to help businesses improve their employees’ access to high-quality, cost-effective health care focused on positive outcomes. As employers look for appropriately priced health plans in the era of The Affordable Care Act, WPS and QuadMed recognize Wisconsin employers need alternative options. The organizations are working together to create a new model of care that can’t be found in traditional plans or on-site clinic offerings. This model eliminates the need for multiple vendors by offering primary care and insurance coverage in one solution. WPS is doing a significant hiring wave for its Wausau office as part of a new program for the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. WPS currently is a subcontractor for TriWest Healthcare Alliance of Phoenix for the Patient-Centered Community Care (PC3) program in 28 states. WPS expects to hire approximately 100 employees in Wausau in November for the Choice Card program. Hiring could reach 280 employees with about 250 of them in Wausau and the rest in Madison.
WAKE UP Wausau Region 2nd Wednesday of the Month Meet new Chamber members, make new contacts, and learn from the featured speaker. Mark your calendar for these upcoming dates:
January 14, 2015
Dick Barrett, Central Wisconsin Convention & Visitors Bureau (CWCVB) Location: Dale’s Weston Lanes
February 11, 2015
Mayor Jim Tipple, City of Wausau Location: Boys & Girls Club of Wausau
March 11, 2015
Kevin Eichelberger, Red Eye Brewing Company Location: Boys & Girls Club of Wausau
April 8, 2015
Johnnie Gray, Green Bay Packers Hall of Famer Location: Dale’s Weston Lanes
May 13, 2015
Deb Pagel, Schenck SC Location: Dale’s Weston Lanes More to come.
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Small Business of the Year Now Accepting 2015 Small Business of the Year Nominations Itâ€™s time to celebrate success. Nominate a business for 2015 Small Business of the Year. Self nominations are encouraged. The Wausau Region Chamber of Commerce will present the Small Business of the Year Awards in four categories, based upon the strength of the applicants. 1. Business to Business (Majority of its clientele are other businesses and has 1-250 employees) 2. Business to Consumer (Majority of its sales come from the general public and have 1-100 employees) 3. Manufacturing (A manufacturer of products and has 1-250 employees) 4. Non-Profit Charitable Organization (Be a 501(c)3 and has 1-100 employees)
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Featured Member Management Recruiters - Building Business Submitted by Management Recruiters
Management Recruiters of Wausau has been helping build the regional economy for the past 20 years. Led by Laurie Prochnow as President and Owner, Management Recruiters is an executive search firm and a leading provider of full-service staffing solutions to a broad range of clients in the banking, accounting, finance, and information technology industries throughout the United States. It even hosts a specialist dedicated to servicing accounts in its home region of Wausau, as well as the state of Wisconsin. Laurie started her career in the search business on the front lines at Management Recruiters of Wausau as a recruiter specializing in AS/400 placements. She won many awards and much recognition for her success and assumed ownership of the office in 1994. In 2004, Management Recruiters was selected as the Wausau Region Chamberâ€™s Small Business of the Year winner in the Retail/Sales division. As owner and manager, Laurie is continually developing a great team to serve the needs of clients and candidates. She is committed to becoming the most valued and trusted resource for finding the individuals who will add value to client organizations; providing her people with the resources and motivation they need to be the best they can be; and treating candidates with respect, honesty and professionalism. Laurie feels her strength is selling the Wausau region since she has lived here her entire life.
organizations. Companies contact them when they have tough positions to fill in accounting, information technology, networking and systems, manufacturing, sales, and numerous other roles. The office also places banking professionals throughout the Midwest. Most of those positions are for Commercial Lenders, Ag Lenders, Branch Managers, Market Presidents and other similar positions primarily in communitybased banks. Management Recruiters has survived because of its tenacity and dedication to the goal of finding the highest-quality candidates. A willingness to work on continuous improvement and adapt to the changing market conditions has also supported its longevity. For example, prior to the technology bust in the year 2000, the primary focus was in information technology. Fortunately, the company was able to diversify at the right time and have positioned themselves to remain flexible during economic downturns. Management Recruiters remains a strong company committed to its roots and is looking forward to continuing its 20-year history of giving and providing talented resources in the Wausau region.
Over the years, the staff at Management Recruiters have filled multiple positions within numerous
Ambassadors Their Success! ng ti ra eb el C s or ad ss ba Chamber Am Thank you to the amazing team of Chamber Ambassadors for helping businesses throughout our region! Your volunteer time spent with members is a key component to the success of our organization. Hereâ€™s to a wonderful 2015!
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Thank You for a Great Ye Lisa M. Barnes US Bank - Main 5th St Kelsie Bolz Remedy Intelligent Staffing Connie DeVoe Marathon Savings Bank JoAnn Draeger Nicolet National Bank Connie M. Frieders Northway Communications Inc James Gabower Transamerica Financial Advisors Sara Gast American Family Insurance Sherrie Pelusi Bill Gleason Packaging Tape Inc Amber Gober Associated Bank Andrea Harsh The QTI Group Michelle Hauer Benefit Concepts of Wausau LLC
Steven Jones Frontier Communications Sue Kersemeier K-tech Kleening Systems Inc Deb Ketchum WSAW - NewsChannel 7 Laura Kuhnert Whalen Financial Group Inc Patricia McMurtrie Envision Marketing & Design LLC JP Meinholz Ministry Health Care Mallory Merriam Manpower Alison Morrow Aflac Michelle Neathery Larry Meyer Construction Company LLC Becky Pemble Aflac Joel Pergolski Ameriprise Financial Cornerstone Advisors
Tammy Pestka Ansay & Associates Jamie Potter Sunrise Broadcasting LLC Ruth Sattler Primerica Steve Steffke LegalShield Keri Anne Steger Aspirus Inc Marta Stephenson The QTI Group Sheila Tang Business Service Center Inc Lisa Teske Per Mar Security Services Inc Elizabeth Tillisch Ms Liz Naturally William Vanden Heuvel Moy Borchert Erbs & Associates LLP Matthew Woller Graphic House Inc
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Volunteer Spotlight Sara Gast Sara Gast is the youngest of six children; she was raised on a family dairy farm in Northeastern Wisconsin and moved to Central Wisconsin in 1999. She attended the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point and received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration. In 2004, Sara moved to Wausau and was employed in the accounting field. That was until 2007, when an opportunity with American Family steered her into the insurance industry. For the past seven years, she has been a consultant on a variety of topics (sales, marketing, customer retention, and more) to American Family agents and their agency staff within a 10-12 county radius. She is licensed with the State of Wisconsin for Casualty, Property, Health and Life lines of business. She is currently going to school at Northcentral Technical College to pursue a Lean Six Sigma Certificate. One of her goals for 2015 is to obtain the American Standard of Quality’s Green Belt Six Sigma designation. Sara has been a Chamber volunteer for over three months. She started as an Ambassador and has volunteered to help at events such as the Annual Meeting and Business PMs. She is also on the newly formed Chamber committee that is planning a Women’s Professional Conference for 2015. Sara is excited to help with Small Business Week and the Business EXPO in April of 2015. Sara enjoys being a Chamber volunteer because it is a great way to not only network with professionals she already has the pleasure of knowing, but she also gets to make new connections. It’s in her nature to make people feel welcome and comfortable, so she enjoys wearing the red blazer and doing what she can to make it a great event for attendees. Sara believes in this community and feels even the few hours
that she volunteers each month can help promote member businesses. She also enjoys helping businesses capitalize Wausau Region Chamber of Commerce opportunities to grow positively--which strengthens our regional economy.
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New Members Please Help Us Welcome Our Newest Chamber Members American Heart Association Leah Alters 504 Sherman St Wausau, WI 54401 715-574-1124
SH Enterprises Inc Steve Hutchison 4000 Central Dr Wausau, WI 54401 715-848-1200
Community Soul Yoga Kirsten Holmson 300 N Third St, Ste 401 Wausau, WI 54403 715-218-5240
Tender Reflections Assisted Living and Memory Care Michele Norrbom 3404 Community Center Dr Weston, WI 54476 715-551-4042
EXIT Greater Realty Lana Mohs 623 Washington St Wausau, WI 54403 715-298-2727 Inlanta Mortgage - The Badger State Team Mike Fittante 510 Ackley St Ste 2 Antigo, WI 54409 715-623-5511
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