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2017 Spring/Summer Connections Newsletter

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SPRING/SUMMER 2017TOWNE CENTRERESTAURANTSNOW OPEN TOEVERYONEServing fresh eatsand gourmet treatsSee page 12A Mission of the Western District of the Moravian Church

Dear Friends of Marquardt Village,I feel blessed to be part of such an incredibly involved community of friends andneighbors. Marquardt Village is a reflection of the generous spirits of those whodedicate their time, financial support, and countless kindnesses.In this issue of Connections, we share stories about how Marquardt Village residents,staff and board members make an impact by donating their Thrivent Choice Dollarsand participating in our annual Shining Star employee fundraising campaign. Theproceeds from these events support the Marquardt Foundation, which helps improvethe lives of others.On page 13, we share the latest details about our Annual Hospice Sporting Clay Shoot Out coming this fall. Held atthe Milford Hills Hunt Club, the event benefits Marquardt Hospice, providing comfort and support for patients andtheir families. I look forward to seeing you there!I’m excited to introduce you to several new employees and board members, including Gary Thorpe, our new Directorof Human Resources. He fills a role that we’ve never had at Marquardt Village. Gary headed human resources for theLutheran Homes & Health Services in Fond du Lac. He joined the Marquardt Management Services team in Decemberwhen Marquardt began managing the organization.As an extension of our mission to serve seniors, our recent expansion is now finished. We’re putting the final toucheson Towne Centre. Park Terrace, our new residential center for memory care and assisted living, is open and nearlyoccupied. We completed our new parking garage in August, which added 38 more parking spaces.We’ll be taking a break from construction for awhile. Planning for the fifth phase of our master plan will begin in 2018.We’ll be planning for and designing 24 new apartment homes, a new chapel, and new skilled nursing center.It’s an exciting time at Marquardt Village. You have played a huge part in our mission’s success. Thank you for all thatyou do to keep our community strong and growing, and serving those who need our support.Blessings,Matthew Mauthe, CEO THE MARQUARDT VILLAGE MISSION: “Grounded in faith, we promote the health and well-being of each individual we serve.” Home Health and Hospice Expand...............................3 True Neighborhood Living........................................10-11 Step Up with Rosie............................................................. 4-5 Towne Centre Now Serves Everyone...........................12 Welcome New Employees.......................................... 5, 13 Upcoming Hospice Clay Shoot Out............................13 Your Gift Benefits All.......................................................... 6-7 Donor Appreciation.....................................................14-15 Thrivent Dollars Make an Impact...................................8 Welcome New Board Members....................................15 Cheers to our Shining Stars................................................9

Marquardt Expands With this unique program,Home Health, Hospice you stay in your hometo 20 Counties enjoying life as usual with the added benefit ofWe’re pleased to announce that Marquardt Home Health and flexible, customized services Marquardt Hospice are now available to even more people in provided as needed. From more communities. At Marquardt Village, we’ve been serving help with daily activities to the needs and enriching lives of older adults since 1969. nurse visits to rehabilitativeA key part of continuing that mission is our Marquardt Home Health and therapies, your plan isMarquardt Hospice programs. These programs bring our exceptional care tailored to you.and support to individuals living in their own homes in the local community.“It’s always been our goal to expand these amazing programs to reach morepeople in Southeast Wisconsin. Now we’re able to serve 20 counties — that’salmost double the number of counties than last year,” said Kim Mlodzik,Marquardt Hospice director. “As part of our expansion, we redesigned ourlogos. When you or your friends and family need home health or hospicecare, look for these new logos. They’re your sign of Marquardt’s exceptionalcare at home.”If you or your loved one could benefit from Marquardt’s home health or hospice care,please call (844) 206-4930.Are you in our Hospice providesservice area? compassionate care and end-of-life support for theMarquardt Home comfort and well being ofHealth and terminally ill individualsMarquardt Hospice and their families. Ourare now available services help meet physical,in 20 counties emotional and spiritualin Southeast needs in the comfort of yourWisconsin. or your loved one’s home.

Step Upwith RosieFor the last year, walking has been a way of life for87-year-old Rosie Steinacker — seven days a week,50 to 60 minutes every day. When the weather is nice,Rosie heads outside, usually before breakfast whenit’s not too warm, walking up to the Health Centeror Park Terrace, twice. Otherwise, she walks the hallsseveral times during the day.The steps add up. Using a pedometer, Rosie aimsfor 10,000 each day, but she has logged as many as20,000 steps.“I started doing it to get out of the building and get Rosie Steinacker uses poles to enhance her balance while logging somefresh air. It makes me feel good. I try to encourage 10,000 steps a day.others to get moving and participate in activities,” saidRosie, who also enjoys staying active in other ways.She rides a stationary bike once or twice a day for10 to 20 minutes, and regularly participates in chair volunteers to do more walking,” said activity assistantexercises on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Jennifer Kleinjan, who often sets out special challengesThe classes use weights, Depending on your for Rosie to meet as a wayTheraBand resistance stride length, 10,000 steps to keep her motivated.tubing, and swim noodlesfor enhancing strength If Rosie inspires you,and range of motion. On equals 3 to 5 miles. here’s a challenge — setTuesday mornings, Rosie your own personal stepjoins in active games such or distance goal andas beanbag toss and horseshoes. get moving. You just might see Rosie on her walk, too, and what a wonderful way to encourage and“She has inspired me, and has even inspired motivate each other. Are you up for the challenge?Make the most of this weather by moving every day for 60 days. Take a walk. Play horseshoes or beanbag toss. Pedal a stationary bike. Join an exercise class. Learn Tai Chi. It’s up to you! Let’s move!

HUS DRSMART TIPS HUS DRby Jennifer Kleinjan HIGHLAND AVE HUS DR HILL ST• Start with short distances such COMENIUS CT PARK as out to the road or around HILL the parking lot and back. MARQUARDT• Build on your success by HEALTH CENTER increasing your goal a little each week or each month. CAMPUS WALKING PATHS HILL ST PARK BAYBERRY DR RIDGE• Be sure to watch where you All Walking Paths Start and ASSISTED are going and take your time Finish at Towne Centre LIVING to avoid stumbles. . MILE PATH WERNER ST PARK• Drink lots of water to avoid . MILE PATH CENTRE NORTH dehydration. . MILE PATH . MILE PATH ANNE ST TOWNE PARK• Consider using poles to . MILE PATH CENTRE TERRACE help with balance and arm ASSISTED movement. LIVING• Consider using a pedometer. In addition to tracking PERRY ST PARK your progress, it’s a great CENTRE SOUTH motivator. HIDDE DR• If you plan to walk regularly and for longer distances, check with your doctor to make sure you’re safe to do so. KIEWERT STWelcoming New Staff Members Corinne Grover Melissa Tews Assisted Living Director of Nursing, Director of Nursing, Park Ridge and Park Terrace Marquardt Health Center Corinne Grover has more than 30 Melissa Tews began in long-term care in years experience in healthcare, 1998, starting as a CNA and working her including nursing, home healthcare way up to Director of Nursing, a positionmanagement, hospice, and acute care. she held for six years before coming to Marquardt Village.“Before coming to Marquardt Village, I knew a lot of people “I thoroughly enjoy what I do. My grandmother was a nurse,who worked here. I saw that the leadership team was very and I saw how caring and compassionate she was. Sheforward thinking, which impressed me,” said Corinne. “I enjoy inspired me to become a nurse, too,” said Melissa. “When Ibeing part of an innovative team. As Director of Nursing, my interviewed at Marquardt, I immediately felt like this wasgoal is to improve processes and workflow, which will help where I needed to be. It just felt like a perfect fit.”improve staff morale and, ultimately, customer service.”

Your Gift Benefits AllWhen you help fulfill Marquardt Village’s Wish residents to get outdoors, socialize, exercise and enjoy List, you’re giving more than a thoughtful gift. their favorite pastimes. We invite you to join us in our You’re making a real and tangible difference mission to support and the lives of residents and those we serve in the localcommunity through home health and hospice. Any dollar amount is appreciated and can be designated to help fund a specific item. Let us know what youThis summer, we’ve created a list of items that inspire would like your donation to help make possible.Look for our summer wish list on the following page to see which items you’re willing to help purchase.

MARQUARDT VILLAGE’S SUMMER WISH LISTWood Pellet Grill (about $1,260)Gathering with friends and neighbors has huge benefits, especially forolder adults. Socializing not only offers a sense of belonging, it can helpbuild self-esteem, improve physical health, increase cognition, reducedepression, and relieve loneliness. A grill will help with outdoor events,and encourage residents to come together, eat and socialize. Drink Dispenser Benches for Walking Paths (about $800) (about $1,600) Walking is one of the Spending time outdoors best and easiest types with neighbors on a lovely of exercise. Providing day or meeting new benches as places to rest friends at a festive party along sidewalks and trails offers a chance to have fun encourages residents to and feel connected. With come out for a walk. 6 more are needed. a beverage dispenser, wecan invite more friends and neighbors, and more iPad and HDMIeasily host special events throughout the year. Adaptor (about $400)Raised Garden Beds (about $150 and iPads are used for music,handmade by Don Coleman) reading, group and individual games, pictures, Residents who love sensory experiences and gardening enjoy fresh air and sunshine, a sense more. 5 are needed. of accomplishment, and good exercise. Oftentimes, Items for Resident Auctions (about $400) achy joints make it difficultto bend and kneel. Raised beds allow residents to Residents earn“auction dollars”at events throughoutdig into their passion again. 6 more are needed. the year, and use them to bid on items such as postage stamps, snacks and holiday decorations at live auctions organized by our activities staff. It’s a favorite!Other Items Needed — See a complete wish list on our website at can be made securely online or sent to the Marquardt Foundation at 1045 Hill Street, Watertown, WI 53098. Please note which items you are helping to purchase.

Your Thrivent Membership Helps Marquardt VillageFor many Marquardt Village residents, employees, program. Marquardt Village resident Irma Schoenike, age Board Members, and their families, Thrivent 90, her niece Sally Schoenike and nephew Jon Schoenike Financial has provided valuable lifelong financial have created several Action Teams over the years inservices. From life insurance and annuities to mutual support of the Annual Hospice Clay Shoot Out fundraiser,funds and financial advice, the non-profit membership the community’s crafting group, and a Halloween event,organization helps Christians manage their assets. just to name a few.Did you know that your Thrivent membership can benefit “Thrivent does great things for the community,” said Irma.Marquardt Village, too? As a member, you earn Thrivent “I like helping out and Thrivent helps me do that throughChoice Dollars every year based on your participation Action Teams.”level. The Thrivent Choice Dollarsprogram allows you to direct Cheryl Porior-Mayhew, chiefportions of the company’s charitable development officer for theoutreach funds each year to Marquardt Foundation, agreed.qualified recipients such as the “I like helping out and “We’re sincerely grateful to AudreyMarquardt Foundation. Best of all, it’s Thrivent helps me do that and Elroy, Irma, Sally and Jon, andat no cost to you. through Action Teams.” everyone else who has donated their Thrivent Choice Dollars to“We live here and we like to support Marquardt Village and created andthe Village. We’ve donated our supported Marquardt ThriventChoice Dollars to the Marquardt Foundation over the last Action Teams,” she said. “These small acts of kindness addseveral years,” said Marquardt Village residents Audrey and up to make a big impact.”Elroy Maasch. For help with directing your Thrivent Choice Dollars or creating a Thrivent Action Team for a specific Marquardt Village activity, contactMembers can also direct Thrivent donations to special Cheryl Porior-Mayhew, chief development officer, at (920) 206-4000Marquardt Village activities and Marquardt Foundation or email her at [email protected] , or you canfundraisers through the company’s Thrivent Action Team contact your Thrivent Financial Representative.TWO EASY WAYS TO GIVE TO MARQUARDT VILLAGE• Direct your Thrivent Choice Dollars to the Marquardt Foundation to help improve the lives of those we serve. There’s no cost to you!• Create a Thrivent Action Team. Decide on a specific, one-time Marquardt Village fundraiser or resident activity and submit a plan online detailing what the event or activity is and what you’ll do with the Thrivent donation. If approved, you’ll receive $250 from Thrivent toward the plan. You can apply to the program up to once or twice a year, based on your membership. Again, there’s no cost to you!

Cheers to OurShining Stars! At the campaign’s Paint Night,employees created their own masterpieces while enjoying wine and hors d’oeuvres.In January, Marquardt Village employees shined brightly Proceeds from the campaign help fund a variety ofduring the annual Shining Star employee fundraiser projects at Marquardt Village that improve the livescampaign. The month-long campaign included raffles of residents, including supplies and materials for theirand games, a pet contest, paint night, silent auction, and care and comfort, necessities for the chapel, and more.apparel sale, as well as plenty of prizes. Donations also help contribute to the employee recognition fund.“Our goal is to have 50 percent of employees contribute tothe Marquardt Foundation by 2018. This year, we reached “Thank you to everyone who participated in the campaign46 percent with 155 employees donating or pledging and donated to the Foundation,” said Cheryl. “And, a hugedonations and 14 increasing their former pledges,”said thank you, too, to the campaign’s organizing team and theCheryl Porior-Mayhew, chief development officer.“That’s many volunteers who helped make it possible.”outstanding! It shows the dedication of our amazing staff.”The Shining Stars Pet Photo Contest received 47 pics of pets, from adorable to silly to laugh-out-loud funny.Pet Photo Contest Winners Most Unique Most Humorous “Skittles the Goat” “Bauer on Motorcycle” by Heidi Dunham by Claire Murray Most AdorablePatty Moe’s “Annie and Kendall” photo tied with “Best Friends Nappy” by Sara JappinenBE A SHINING STAR If you are an employee of Marquardt Village and you would like to donate to theMarquardt Foundation to help improve the lives of others, please contact Cheryl Porior-Mayhew at (920) 206-4000or pick up a pledge form at the front desk. Any amount is welcome. If you’re new to donating, consider an ongoingpayroll deduction — every dollar helps. If you have an idea for making the next Shining Star campaign even moreexciting, talk to Cheryl or any member of the campaign team.

Garden Homes OfferTrue Neighborhood LivingFor Tom and Barb Bergin, the day begins and ends in their hold the Farmer’s Market on Tuesdays in the park. It’s anParkside Garden Home’s screened-in porch. easy walk over there.”“We begin the day with breakfast on the porch, and enjoy Nestled in a quiet Watertown neighborhood, Marquardtsupper out there, too. It overlooks our flower beds that Village’s Parkside Garden Homes are beautifully landscapedencircle our outdoor patio,” with green lawns, bloomingsaid Barb.“It’s a wonderful Every Garden Home includes gardens, and mature trees.way to start and end the day.” space to enjoy the outdoors with “I like Watertown. It’s a lotPhyllis Weeden agrees with an open patio, screened-in porch like Janesville where I grewthe Bergins. She moved into or three-season sunroom. up. Both are river towns.her Garden Home five years The people are friendly andago, after finding apartment down-to-earth,”said Phyllis.“Iliving in Oconomowoc unsatisfying. She fell in love with her love the residential feeling. This isn’t near the highway or inGarden Home immediately. the middle of a field. It’s a home in a typical neighborhood. I can go for a walk in the evening.”“In the morning, I like to sit in my sunroom and watch thebirds. I have a wonderful view of the park,”said Phyllis.“They A Garden Home means true maintenance-free living for

Phyllis and the Bergins. The Marquardt Village staff takes “The staff was wonderful. They helped us upgrade ourcare of the yard work and all of the indoor and outdoor Garden Home and personalize it the way we wantedmaintenance and repairs, including appliances. with a special sink and faucets, light fixture and electrical outlets,” said Barb.“I like having the support around me — someone toshovel the snow in winter and mow the grass in summer. Every Parkside Garden Home resident has priority accessI don’t have to worry about maintenance or paying to to onsite healthcare, if ever needed. Easy access to carereplace appliances,” said Phyllis. provides ultimate peace of mind now, and for the future.Residents can choose among three different floor plans “I really, really love my Garden Home. I have theup to 1,600 square feet. Each single-level, duplex home independence and privacy of my own home and the stafffeatures two bedrooms, two baths, a full kitchen with takes care of everything,” said to eat in, and an attached garage. HILL ST 4TH STMIWNaEFrqOMuRaOMr1dV0AtE4TVD5IOiOlHlNaUiglCRel ESTNtorwTeEentRe!Centre HILL ST Our nWew aMtaerkrettiongwInnfo,rmWatioIn5Ce3n0te9r i8s HWY now located in Towne Centre at 1045 Hill 16 SThtreeyetl.oMHoekarfeor,ryqwoauur’ldal ftironddmtJeaVeimtiinelg,lJayeosgsuiec, aa.noasnrwdgeJroinyg. your questions, and giving you a tour. WERNER ST TOWNE CENTRE

Now Serving Everyone!Marquardt Village’s Towne Centre restaurants RESTAURANT are now open to the public. Set within a HOURS vibrant village square, Grand Central Bistro, and Crave offer residents as well as our Grand Central Bistro (casual dining and take out):friends in the local community a fantastic place to enjoy a Monday – Saturday, 7 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.casual meal, grab lunch to go, or savor wine and fine dining. Closed SundayAt the center of the action, Grand Central Bistro serves Crave (fine dining):breakfast favorites, sandwiches, soups, salads and wraps — Monday – Saturday, 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.all house made to your liking. Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.At Crave, executive chef Patty Moe elevates fine dining Happy Hour:with her fresh take on gourmet dishes. Enjoy any one ofher chef’s specials with your favorite glass of wine. Monday – Friday, 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. Did you know that you can purchase gift certificates to Crave and Outdoor dining also available. Grand Central Bistro? Stop by the concierge desk at Towne Centre Monday-Friday 8:00-4:30, or call our receptionist at (920) 261-0400. All restaurant menus are updated seasonally.

It’s That Time of Year Again!Join Us for the Third Annual Hospice Sporting Clay Shoot OutThis fall, the Third Annual Hospice Sporting Clay All experience levels are welcome. To ensure they Shoot Out fundraiser aims high as organizers have just as much fun, beginners will receive personal hope to do even more good by topping last instruction and compete at a separate station. Prizes willyear’s donations. In 2016, the event raised more than be awarded for the highest and lowest scores. Lunch$38,000 for Marquardt Hospice to help provide comfort is included with registration. All guests are invited toand support for patients and their families. participate in the silent auction and gun raffle.“Thanks to our generous sponsors and volunteers, it’s a To sign up for the event or learn about sponsorship opportunities,great time in support of a wonderful and worthy cause,” visit or contactsaid Matt Mauthe, CEO. “We encourage everyone to Cheryl Porior-Mayhew at [email protected] out and participate.” or (920) 206-4000. Printed registration forms are available from Cheryl Porior-Mayhew.3RD ANNUAL HOSPICE SPORTING CLAY SHOOT OUT Thursday, September 14, 2017 | 8:00 a.m. | Milford Hills Hunt Club | Johnson Creek All ages and experience levels welcome!Welcome Gary Thorpe Gary Thorpe Director of Human Resources For more than 14 years, Gary Thorpe headed human resources for the Lutheran Homes & Health Services in Fond du Lac. He joined the Marquardt Management Services team in December 2016 when Marquardt began managing the organization. “I look forward to helping attract, motivate and retain talent across all of the organizations that Marquardt Management Services leads,” said Gary, who also serves on the board of the local chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management.

We greatly appreciate the support of the following individuals, churches, businesses, and organizations who shared their resources with Marquardt Village from October 1, 2016 to March 30, 2017. All gifts to Marquardt Foundation are used to improve services for our residents and those we serve in the greater community.INDIVIDUALS Irwin Hoeft Robin Pirkel In Memory of Paul Bratz Sherry & Russ Cira Debra & Thomas Krueger Kimberly Holterman Barbara Pohl Margaret Bratz Rev. John & Anne Fritts Randall & Diane StrunzAlex Adams Patricia Howard Cheryl Porior-Mayhew & Jim In Memory of Melvin Braunschweig Toni Garsombke In Memory of Gilbert ShekeyKaren & Fred Albert Dr. Edward Hoy Dale & Karla Borth Judy & Jim Maas Joan JonesDawn Amberson Gayle Hunter Mayhew Larry & Mary Braunschweig Dan & Julie Marks In Memory of Ken StelseKatie Arbogast Hannah & Michael Ignarski Barbara & Larry Quest Jennifer Coppes Patty Moe Beverly StelseJohn and Joyce Austin Kim Ignarski Howard Rabenhorst Dorothy Grulke Cheryl Porior-Mayhew & Jim In Memory of Loretta StewartCathy Bader Patricia Ignarski Mary & Steven Rhodes Debra Pederson Mayhew Sarah & Mike WalterLinda Bargo Lynn Ireland Tami Rodriguez Alan & Sharon Peters Jessica Schultz In Memory of Betty TietzTammy Barrow Cathleen Jaggers Michael Roesch Sally, Laura & Kari Schoenike Tammy Stendel Vicki & Jeff AllenTrisha Barry Donna Jensen Lucille Roessler-Engsberg Judy & Lyle Schumacher Nancy Washington Charlotte BaarsAlyson Bates Jennifer Johnson Joyce & Mark Scallon Lucille Schwartz Jenny & Jamie Zwieg Beatrice BallSandra Bathke Joan Jones Gary Schaefer Judy & Jim Tyrer In Memory of Terry Koplin Robert & Jane BenderBrandi Beercraft Eunice Jungkuntz Emily Schmitz Gary & Beth Winkler Sue Koplin Alfred & Luann BenninAlexis Behnke Amber Kaesermann David & Judy Schoechert In Memory of Margaret Buchert In Memory of Harold Krueger Pat CounsellRuth Behrend Sandra Kant Kim Schuett Mary Loeder Ralph & Margaret Krueger Shirley DibbleMichael Benson Tom & Kathy Kasten Gerald & Carol Schultz In Memory of Lillian Buske In Memory of Mabel Krueger Marie DobbratzGrace Bentzin Paula Kaulback Jessica Schultz Katherine & Kyle Buske Ralph & Margaret Krueger Karen FluegelRev. Barbara Berg Gerald Kelm Barbara & Terry Schwefel Stephen & Renee James In Memory of Beverly Langendorf Georgene FredrichRachelle Bethards William E. & Erna Kiessling Heidi Sellnow In Memory of Catherine Clifford Joan Langendorf Alice GaugertRev. Raymond Bezanson Elesa Kinder Monica & John Severa Ralph & Margaret Krueger In Memory of Verna Leischer Glen & Isela GramsDenise Blackbourn Wendy King Kathleen Siegel In Memory of John Clifford John Leischer Arlene HildebrandtShelly Bladorn Tracy Klentz Karen Sims Ralph & Margaret Krueger In Memory of Millard Loveland Karen & Jim HuhnVivian Bogenschneider Tatum Kluewer Erika Spiegelhoff In Memory of Patricia Dawalt Kay & Will Wipperfurth Bill & Becky HulsteinTaryn Braasch Apichai Kookasemkit Jerry Stelse Nicole Chwala In Memory of Viva Loveland Linda & Rod KindAlice Brandt Diane Korn Phyllis Strasburg George In Memory of Deborah E. Erwin Kay & Will Wipperfurth Mark & Laurie KleckerLarry & Mary Braunschweig Beth Kratzer Kitty Stueber Carol & Merl Austin In Memory of Gladys Lueck Betty KnutsonPhillip Braunschweig Linda Kraus Mary Supple Gretchen Charlton Kenneth & Arlene Lueck Mary LoederRev. Dr. Rick Brewer Carol Kruesel Louise Szerbat Ann & Sherman Dow In Memory of Kathryn Martin Diane & Ed MeyersAmanda Burg Anne & Bob Krystyniak Analie Grace Thomas Doreen Eldred Peter & Karen Martin Lawrence MohrNeal & Carla Butenhoff Rachel Kuehl Aubrey Thompson Margaretann & Douglas Haag In Memory of Deborah McGraw Steven & Leah MohrJoy & Patrick Caine Caleb LaChance Sandra Thornquist Karleen Haberichter Janice & Robert Thostenson Lois MunzelKasey Caine Steve LaChance Gary Thorpe Sarah & Kenneth Hintz In Memory of Audrey Papke Eleanor PernatTiffany & John Caine Michelle Larson Robert Thurow Muriel Johnson Jeanine & Edward Filber Anna PlechatyNicole Chwala Renee Lemonds Rhiannon Tracy Shirley & James Klauser Caroline Klebenow Debbie RussellSherry & Russ Cira Michael & Rachel Libby Albert Troyke Mark & Tracy Pfuehler Lois Liners Lori & Tim SchwefelFay Claas Emily Liebhart Sue & Jerry Trumpf Deborah & Stephen Regele Donna & Robert Nimm Wilmar & Daisy SchwefelJennifer Coppes Elizabeth Lord Thomas & Nancy Von In Memory of Edward Fay Sheri Pace Joan SterwaldDeborah Cornella-Kirt Allison & Pete Lorenz Larry & Mary Braunschweig Kenneth Papke Karen SturdevantMary Daubert Nathaniel Lueck Boeckmann Jennifer Coppes In Memory of Edward Petig Doris SundtJerome & Susan David Earl & Grace Maas Carol Voss Edward Fay III Dr. William Petig Dixon & Connie TelferErlene Delano Shirley Maas Lynne Wagner Ms. Barbara Grajewski & Mr. In Memory of Gertrude Petig Jerry & Jean WokenfussDeLany Family Karen MacArthur Chee Chee Wallman Michael Slupski Dr. William Petig In Memory of Rosalie Wolf-Karen Derr Shannon Magsamen Rev. Aden & Bishop Kay Ward Dr. & Mrs. Michael Grajewski In Memory of Lyle Punzel CollettiTerri & Curt Detert Mark Mandel & Lynn Kirkstein Brooke Weber In Memory of Sylvia Golich Joyce Punzel, Relatives & Doug BeaudoinTrudy & Robert Dobbratz Samantha Mankowski Phyllis Weeden George Golich Friends In Memory of Diana ZimdarsRenee & David Downs Joanne Marcussen Yvonne Weller Nicholas Golich In Memory of David Quanbeck Jayne & Todd BartaLaura Dresen Dan & Julie Marks Patricia Werner In Memory of Linten Grabow Jennifer Coppes Karen BeckmanJoanne Duckworth Pamela Marshall* Sue Wilde-Behl Gloria Aronoff In Memory of Lorraine Quinn Dorothy DegnitzBrett & Heidi Dunham Nicole Masche Dushan Williams Judy & Karl Gauron Jennifer Coppes Doris GillisBarbara Duxstad* Lynnae Mathison-Raether Carla Wolfram Maureen Kunke In Memory of Eldora Riebe Beverly & Rodell MallowRuth & William Ebert Matt & Erika Mauthe Stephanie Wollitz Christine Limbert Doris Buchta Patsy & Herman ZastrowGregory Else Wanda McBain Breyana Wolter Ms. Ellen Richter & Mr. Martin In Memory of Vernice RohloffDonna & Jeff Engel Joan McConville Christie Worden Richter Brenda & Steve Neubauer ORGANIZATIONSFaye Enriquez Kaylee McDonald Pearl Wright* In Memory of Rosemarie Gruchow In Memory of Ruth Schick In Memory of Joseph SchuchTom & Sara Fay Kristin & Kenny McDonald Jenny & Jamie Zwieg Nicole & Brent Genz Michelle & Wendell DuBord Schuch Family FoundationKimberly Fehling Brenda McGee In Memory of Elsie Harberg David Remstad In Memory of Margaret SchuchEmily Feiner Greg & Cheryl Meyer TRIBUTES Rev. Jane Harberg Joe Schick Schuch Family FoundationBarbara Fendt Debra Meyer In Memory of Thor Harberg Howard Schwartz In Memory of Betty TietzSharon Fiedler Tammy Mielke In Honor of Taryn Braasch Rev. Jane Harberg Kathleen Thuemling Group Health CooperativeCarol & Paul Fischer Aaron Milbrath Elgardie Fuchs In Memory of Kathy Hoffman In Memory of Paul Schilling Watertown Moravian Women’sNelson & Barb Fischer Rev. Dr. Elizabeth Miller In Honor of Julie Ganster Karen & Frank Freitag Lonnie & Laurel Haas FellowshipVirginia Fisher Jeffrey Miller Elgardie Fuchs Jennifer Fudge In Memory of Steven H. Schultz Alliance RehabilitationJudith Foltz Dirk Mlejnek In Honor of Kay Lischka Daniel Helbing Doris Baumann Alliant Energy Foundation, Inc.Helen Foulke Kimberly Mloddzik Linda & Don Olson Mary Lou & Myron Miriam & Ellsworth Schuett Amazon Smile FoundationTom & Linda Frakes Myron & Mary Lou Moldenhauer In Honor of Robert Lischka Moldenhauer In Memory of Richard Schlueter Angell Marketing, LLCRev. John & Anne Fritts Kathleen Montini Linda & Don Olson Dale & Nancy Ninmann Linda Bargo Daley Painting & DecoratingWilliam Fuchs Ashley Morales In Honor of Mary Mannlein Patricia Paschke In Memory of Margaret Schuch Kuenzi Co., LLCDulcinea Galaviz Marion Mueller Ann & Ray Knudtson Lois & Jerald Plitzuweit David Kriesel Lakeview Moravian WomenLori Ganser Michaela Mueller Tom Mannlein Roger & Betty Radebaugh In Memory of Eloise A. Schuenke Maas Bros ConstructionToni Garsombke Diane Neal In Honor of Marquardt Village Anne Roberson Curt Schuenke Moravian Church WesternDonnell Geib Rebecca Nehls Robert & Dorothy Steinhorst In Memory of Lester Schwartz DistrictEllen Geiger Roberta & Tim Neitzel Residents In Memory of Marvin Ihde Barbara & Eugene Bielinski Moravian Larger Life FoundationVictor & Harriet Rolfe & Mary Nervig Gerald & Marilyn Jeuck Judy & Jim Maas Larry & Mary Braunschweig Moravian Ministries FoundationGary & Joan Genz Charles Nienow & Esther Tesh Patricia & Peter Laehr In Memory of Virginia Ihde Linda & Dale Hesselink Society InsuranceGlen & Isela Grams Mike & Jodi Nienow In Honor of Marquardt Village Judy & Jim Maas Dan & Nancy Jaeckel Southern Wisconsin MoraviansTeri Grams Jessica O’Marrah In Memory of Cathie King Chester & Nancy Jaeger for MissionCarmen Groehler Ashley Obregon Staff Family & Friends Allen & Mary Lee Petersen Thrivent Financial for LutheransDallas & Elaine Grosenick Shirley & Adelbert Oestreich Gerald & Marilyn Jeuck In Memory of Aaron Kohls Jane & Gary Prod Western Region MoravianJohn Hackbarth Angela Olson In Honor of Florence Sweeney Marilyn Kohls Al Kuenzi WomenJeff Hackel & Tim Marten Elizabeth Oswald Ann & Richard Nienow In Memory of Marilyn Kohls Sue BuchananColleen Hario* William & Jill Oswald In Honor of Mark Zoellick Karen Cornelius Jon Schoenike *Grateful Hearts DonorsGlenn Harke Joyce Parmley Bill & Jane Zoellick Howard & Sharon Zastrow Allen & Sara SchureLois Harke Nancy Percifield In Memory of Gwynnetha Bade In Memory of Apichai Norma TunakKimberly Henze Emmanuel Perillo Nancy Kroner Kookasemkit In Memory of Ruth SeeberSarah Higgins Catherine Pippin In Memory of Rick Bargo Nicole Chwala Lynn & Steven KaminskiDebra & Mike Hoefler Linda Bargo In Memory of John Bloedorn Doug Beaudoin In Memory of Therese Bradisse Jeffrey BradisseWe make every effort to ensure this list is accurate. If you notice an error or omission, please notify us at (920) 206-4000.

(Donor Recognition continued)Marquardt Village was GRATEFUL HEARTS In Honor of Jennifer Garcia Sue Hart Shirley Imhoff In Honor of Yvonne Scheochertnamed as a recipient Colleen Hario James Thrams Pamela Marshall Gina Gramadoof memorial gifts in In Honor of 200 Wing In Honor of Jessica Granzow In Honor of Debbie Meyer Helen Newton Bill Greenwoodthe obituaries of the Laurie Hill Tanyo Holloway Kim Walker In Honor of Jackie Phillips Kim Walkerfollowing people from In Honor of Jennifer Angelo Lawrence Zimmerman In Honor of Kathleen Montini Gina Gramado In Honor of Scott SodlinkOctober-March. Thank Helen Newton In Honor of Paula Kaulback Richard McLaughlin Bill Greenwood David Larsonyou to these individuals Joyce Probstein Barbara Duxstad In Honor of Shelly Myhre Pearl Wright In Honor of Kelly Urbanand their families for Mary Schultz In Honor of Foltz Kimberly Barbara Frohmeda In Honor of Patricia Poulson Willetta Larsonsupporting our mission. In Honor of Shelly Armstrong Jeanne Hoevet Faye Lederer Joanne Ramaker In Honor of Pam Vette Burgardt Barbara Frohmeda In Honor of Amy Loeber Maria Smith In Honor of Jenna Quinn Barbara DuxstadKen Bachler Sue Hart Melissa Manke In Honor of Katherine Napagal Barbara Frohmeda Gina GramadoMelvin Braunschweig Ronald Plambeck In Honor of Mike McCormick Jeanne Hoevet Charlotte Wargolet Bill GreenwoodKathy Hoffman In Honor of Shelly Bladorn Tony Cornelius Verla Radke In Honor of Bridget Redenius Bea RobertsMarilyn Kohls Murial Curry Murial Curry In Honor of Thaun Ngo Charlotte Wargolet Kim WalkerRuth Schick Pamela Marshall Helen Newton Donald Barnum Beverly Williams In Honor of Shannon WillisRuth Seeber In Honor of Mary Daubert Joyce Probstein Elizabeth Conn In Honor of Nick Sawyer James FinkleyBetty Tietz Paul Bullis Marcella Smith Susan Frank Sue Hart Colleen HarioDiana Zimdars Ronald Plambeck In Honor of Megan McKay James Finkley Lucille Majewski Marcella Smith Michael Simmons Janet House Linda Hanson Robin Pauley Dale Sperry Charlotte Wargolet Lucille Majewski Colleen Hario Cristi Popp In Honor of Christie Worden In Honor of Kim Fehling Mary Schultz Joyce Probstein Charlotte Wargolet Lucille Majewski Marcella Smith In Honor of LeRoy Mendell In Honor of Mike Onsrud In Honor of Joyce Scallon Gertrude Odegaard In Honor of Jodi Furley Harley Draeger Donald Barnum Samuel Shan Mrs. Tratt Charlotte WargoletWelcoming New Operational andFoundation Board MembersMarisa Menzel Bruce NelsonFoundation Board Member Operating Board MemberA financial advisor at Wisconsin Rev. Nelson served as pastor of LakeFinancial Group, Marisa Menzel has Mills Moravian Church for nine yearsalways been actively involved in before becoming the presidentthe local communities. She headed of the Moravian Church Westernfundraising for the United Way of District. As a member of theDane County for five years, and Board, Rev. Nelson hopes to raiseworked closely with CEOs of top Marquardt Village’s visibility, lettinginsurance and finance businesses in the area. She volunteers more people know about the community’s ministry.for a variety of organizations, including the Junior League ofMadison, CONNECT Madison, Wisconsin School of Business “I like the idea of continuum of care — that you can come toAlumni Board, and many others. Marisa was recognized as a “40 Marquardt Village and have access to more advanced levels ofUnder 40” by In Business Magazine. care as you need them without having to move,” he said.Donnell Geib Todd FischerFoundation Board Member Operating Board MemberIn addition to working for the Chicago and Northwestern Todd Fischer, vice president of BMORailway, in insurance investigations and private label Harris Bank, is a third-generation familymanufacturing, Donnell Geib served in the U.S. Army Field member to serve Marquardt Village.Artillery Branch and the Corps of Engineers. His grandfather, Karl, was one of the founders, and his father, Nelson, served“The Foundation Board is an opportunity for me to give back on the Board for 25 the local community,” said Donnell. “As a Board member,I’m always looking for ways to enhance the standard of care “I have a passion for senior care and firmly believe in thefor everyone. The Foundation works to help people who can’t Marquardt Village mission. After every expansion, myafford their care.” grandfather would ask, what’s next? I look at the recent expansion, and I’m excited to see what’s next and continue his quest,” said Todd.

Non-Profit Org US Postage PAID Mailings Direct 1045 Hill Street Watertown, WI 53098 Phone: (920) 206-4663 MarquardtVillage.orgSponsored by the Western Districtof the Moravian ChurchOnlineShoppingOffersAnotherReasonto SmileThe next time you shop online, you could be every time you shop through AmazonSmile, the Amazon helping the Marquardt Foundation. Whether you’re Foundation will donate 0.5 percent of your eligible buying socks for yourself or holiday gifts for your purchases to the Marquardt Foundation. It’s that easy!family and friends, it all counts when you shop throughAmazon’s special charity link, If you have questions, call Cheryl Porior-Mayhew, chief development officer, at (920) 206-4000 or email her atThe first time you visit, simply select Marquardt Foundation [email protected] Thank you forInc. as your charity of choice. From that moment on, your ongoing support.SUPPORTING MARQUARDT VILLAGE IS EASY WITH THIS DIRECT LINK! Address changes or requests to be removed from the Marquardt Connections mailing list can be emailed to [email protected]

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