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2015 Winter Connections Newsletter

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GRATEFUL HEARTS PROGRAMRecognizes Dedicated CaregiversA Mission of the Western District of the Moravian Church

This year is shaping up to be a truly pivotal one for Marquardt Village, as many ofour plans are now making great strides forward. We couldn’t be more excited aboutthe future.It has been nearly two and a half years since the board approved and we firstannounced our master plan for redevelopment and expansion of the Marquardt Villagecampus. Last fall renovations were completed of Park Centre North and South and, asI write this letter, temporary signing of the new names is being installed on theseapartment buildings and Park Hill.Our next phase is scheduled to start April 1, including the all-new construction ofTowne Centre and Park Terrace Assisted Living and Memory Care. In mid-December we finalized private placementfinancing at very favorable terms, which is a positive reflection of the organization’s strong financial standing now andwell into the future (page 3).In many other ways, our community is growing and serving more people. We recently welcomed new boardmembers and staff (page 7). In addition to serving Marquardt residents, Marquardt at Home has been providinghome health and hospice care to an 8-county area of southeast Wisconsin since early last year, including part ofDane County. Now, services are available throughout all of Dane (page 6).Continuing to build our Foundation is also critical to the success of Marquardt Village. We thank our generous donorsfor your continued generosity which helps us provide for our residents in so many ways (page 11). We also salute ourstaff members, who came through in a very big way during the Foundation’s first annual Shining Stars campaignlast fall. A mix of activities offered a chance to let loose and have some fun and employee participation grew to 45%(pages 8-9). The second annual campaign this fall is definitely something to look forward to.Thank you for all you do to keep Marquardt Village strong. Grounded in faith, all things are possible.Blessings,Matthew Mauthe, CEO Financing Secured for Next Phase...................................3 Thank You, Our Shining Stars........................................8-9 Kosanovich Family’s Grateful Hearts..........................4-5 Thinking About Moving to Marquardt....................... 10 Marquardt at Home Covers Dane County...................6 Donor Appreciation............................................................ 11 Meet New Board Members & Staff...................................7 Keeping Our Campus Beautiful..................................... 12

A s renovations to existing independent living “This next phase will add exciting apartment buildings at Marquardt Village were lifestyle amenities and services and being completed last fall, the wheels were in a new, state-of-the-art care centermotion for financing phase two – the new constructionof Towne Centre and Park Terrace, a residential care center to the Marquardt campus.”for assisted living and memory care. In mid-December,financing was secured through First Midwest Bank, with and services to our residents and a new care centertax-exempt bond financing facilitated by Wisconsin Health to facilitate providing the latest advancements in& Educational Facilities Authority (WHEFA). assisted living and memory care,” said Matthew Mauthe. “Financing through private placement with First MidwestTowne Centre is designed to enhance the lifestyle Bank and at very favorable terms lets us move forwardfor residents and their guests with the addition of with plans to improve our campus for current and futurerestaurant-style dining, gathering and entertaining residents, while also assuring that Marquardt Village willspaces, salon and spa, relocated chapel, and a number maintain its strong financial standing.”of other amenities. Concurrently, a new 44-suite,state-of-the-art care center for assisted living and Site preparation is already underway, beginning withmemory care called Park Terrace will be constructed. the relocation of utilities and aided by relatively mild,This construction phase is financed at $22,088,000 and early-winter weather. A groundbreaking celebrationanticipated to create 67 construction jobs, as well as is being planned and construction is scheduled toadd at least 18 permanent positions to Marquardt begin April 1, with completion anticipated in summerVillage’s staff, which currently employs nearly 240 and 2016. Altius Building Company of Milwaukee is theis one of the largest employers in Watertown. general contractor.“We are excited to be moving forward with thisexpansion, which will bring new lifestyle amenities

W e often receive thank you letters from family Marquardt Foundation’s Employee Recognition members or residents. This one from the fund, which are used to express appreciation to our Kosanovich family was extra special because employees in special and fun was one of the first gifts to the Marquardt FoundationGrateful Hearts program. Through this program, the Caregivers honored through the Grateful Hearts programKosanovich family not only gave testimonials (see receive special recognition in Connections newsletters,page 5), they also donated $1,000 to the Employee a certificate with the testimonial provided by the donor,Recognition fund. and a “U Care” pin. Honorees are presented with their gifts in front of their peers.Our Grateful Hearts program offers those whoreceived care from Marquardt staff or their familiesthe opportunity to give a testimonial and/or financialgift in honor of their caregiver(s). These gifts go to the“People will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” – MAYA ANGELOUIf you are a Grateful Heart and want to contribute atestimonial and/or financial gift, please use the enclosedenvelope or contact Cheryl Porior-Mayhew, chiefdevelopment officer, at 920-206-4000, or send emailto [email protected].

Dear Marquardt Village,Our family would like to thank you all (staff, helpers, volunteers, hospice and other friendsand families of the community) for making Marquardt such a special place to be.OsbwTmeuhosreiultebylfsdeoaallrcosnhaovdleelhrdic,faahdtmrheinsoirnogtrgehmhsceeoarwarncderaytrsmsea.wcSnetehoitrveoteitjwMukieesasatpsrgrtqaiogiulnwihanortagd.y.r.dttsahewalawrtitttaaehinynndsmcdlkeueaevdndeeyeptrdonyin,oehkgneeeedurp:sskts.nainSnwehegwaeaintrw,ehgaea,olwrrsfebgnaayyredeseniengdatgmiesv,daeleinngw. dNhtithtuchegorswanfeomcasoeremdrsn,s.outside walks, holiday activities and so many more!Otwahpueeprrcetroehgcuaiinlvadkitnestgatekocveoeyaromyurtefhoasirtlntl, gfsaomnardnibledreseiwnsttogonurtoehldatesorlsienkueflryoetrtouoMsmM,osamookmfetrivogbothuhitcteedtrsosoowkthnfnceootweonntchtheieriresrnlifasaasamntdsbilpyreee:aacsrttisaahtly.opiHnlloaigscstwpeenihtco.ielWebweea. sNficinnoodimtt oefmrnvieeluynrnydfiotsdyr, aatfyhocertainivltaisdtsiptethrspe,aalstoretivnsoecw,fecyh.aoIynruiwnrmgeliefaaemnr, ebdousruoytnfotodhfreaDtrnhsektelafluanmlKdfaoointsrugaMr.ninLaoigrfvqeipcuishaartrwtdootoefVspoihlrlueaorgsrelteivnnaetonstt.hd..tiyostohctueahkwewechiklploatloretMarquardt Foundation. Memory eternal.Thank You,John & Jean Kosanovich The Kosanovich family (front row, left to right): Della’s husband, Sam; Della Kosanovich;daughter Jan Kosanovich Freund, (back row, left to right): daughter-in-law Jean Kosanovich; son John Kosanovich; son-in-law Greg Freund.

Marquardt at Home recently announced that its Marquardt Hospice services are available to individuals 8-county service area of southeast Wisconsin and families experiencing a life-limiting disease and now includes full coverage of Dane County. focused on providing comfort, emotional and spiritualThe compassionate, caring home health and hospice support, and which many Marquardt Village residentshave experienced over the years are now available to If you know someone in Marquardt at Home’s serviceindividuals and families in their own homes throughout area who would benefit from our exceptional care,Dodge, Jefferson, Columbia, Dane, Rock, Walworth, please urge them to call 1-844-206-4930 to arrangeWashington and Waukesha counties. for home health or hospice service or to schedule a complimentary evaluation.“We are excited to expand our service area and be ableto offer more people Marquardt at Home’s professionalhome health care and hospice care in their ownhomes,” said Denise Blackbourn, director of businessdevelopment. “As an extension of our faith-based mission,we also continue to look for additional opportunities tobring compassionate care to the people of Wisconsin.”Marquardt Home Health services are tailored to Marquardt at Home also provides home health andindividual needs for at-home recovery or ongoing hospice care in Dodge, Jefferson, Columbia, Rock,medically related care, which may extend to Walworth, Washington and Waukesha counties.rehabilitative therapies and more. The range of servicesavailable includes skilled nursing care; assistance withactivities of daily living; physical, occupational, andspeech therapies; cardiac and pulmonary care; woundcare; disease and pain management; medicationmanagement; medical equipment; patient and familyeducation; balance treatment to reduce risk of falling;and more.

Katherine Schaefer O’Malley After receiving a Master of Divinity degree fromFoundation Board Member Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary in Mequon, Reuben served as Pastor at two congregations in northernKatherine built a successful real Wisconsin and taught algebra, German and religionestate and estate planning at a Lutheran high school in Wausau.practice in Chicago over thepast 25 years. He has held board positions for four organizations and achieved additional certifications including CFREBorn and raised in Watertown, – Certified Fund Raising Executive, CPBI – Certifiedshe followed her undergraduate Professional in Business Intelligence, and ASQ-CQIAdegree from the University of – American Society of Quality – Certified QualityWisconsin with a Master’s in Industrial Relations from the Improvement Associate.University of Minnesota, and a Juris Doctor degree fromDePaul College of Law, Chicago. Reuben has lived most of his life in or near Watertown, returning to the area from northern Wisconsin in 1992.Before starting her own business, Katherine held He and his wife have four children and one grandchild.corporate positions. As a Field Examiner for the NationalLabor Relations Board, she investigated allegations of Apichai (Chai) Kookasemkitunfair labor practices. As Director of Employee Relations Contract Analystand Compensation for American Hospital SupplyCorporation, responsibilities included managing the Chai joined Marquardt Village intransition of corporate cultures during mergers. She has early January. The responsibilitiesheld a number of board and council positions with three of his position include reviewingdifferent organizations. and analyzing key contracts to ensure they suit the organization’sKatherine was recently reacquainted with Marquardt strategic objectives, verifyingVillage. Her parent’s home bordered the campus, so accordance with laws andshe knew about the community for years. When both regulations, and identifyingparents needed support, Marquardt was the obvious opportunities to strengthen relationships.choice. Her mother still lives at the community and sheand her siblings can’t say enough about the quality Born in Bangkok, Thailand, to a family of 10 children,of care and support they received. Katherine lives in Chai came to the U.S. for his education in the late 60s.Evanston, IL, and has five children. He graduated from Northern Michigan University, Marquette, with an MA in Administrative Services, withRev. Reuben W. Schmitz, Jr. concentration in the laws of finance.Foundation Board Member His early career spanned the fields of commercialReuben has worked at Bethesda banking, retail, and service businesses. The pastLutheran Communities since nine years he has worked for another senior living1992, in roles from operations and healthcare organization, which gave Chai anto development/fundraising to appreciation for the healthcare field, especially for theinformation technology. He challenges that non-profit providers like Marquardtcurrently serves as Corporate Village face.Director of Business Analyticsand assists the organization Chai and his wife, an elementary school teacher, livein monitoring and analyzing the success and quality in DeForest. They have three daughters and eightof its strategic plans and programs. He is also Assistant grandchildren. Golf and family activities, as well asPastor at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Johnson Creek occasional trips to Thailand to visit extended family, are(Farmington), WI. favorite pastimes.

Participating Staff Members Contribute Nearly $18,000 toMarquardt Foundation in First Annual Shining Star CampaignRaffles, games, silly photo contests, and competitions between departments. Free t-shirts. A silent auction. Thechance to dunk a colleague on a cold, rainy October day. These were just a few of the festivities during last fall’sfirst annual Shining Star employee fundraising campaign.And the Splashing Results?More than 100 staff members contributed or pledged through payroll deductions nearly $18,000, increasingemployee participation from 18% to 45% in one month. That’s huge! And hugely appreciated! And still growing.*“Our strategic plan goal is to reach 50% participation by 2017,” said Cheryl Porior-Mayhew, chief developmentofficer. “Reaching 45% is tremendous and puts us on track toward the 2017 goal, while other organizations likeours throughout the state average 25%. That our staff is so dedicated, including donations from an unprecedentednumber of new employees, says a great deal.”To put employee donations in perspective, during the last fiscal year: • Residents gave $15,772 • Moravian Churches gave $4,481 • Vendors gave $13,370 • Foundations gave $8,835 • Relatives of residents gave $97,000+Staff Member Contributions MatterThe money is a tremendous help to the Foundation in meeting growing needs. Every bit as important is the ongoingdedication to Marquardt Village which your gifts demonstrate, over and above the talents you contribute in your dailywork. Through the various funds you can choose from (see list at right), you further touch the lives of the people youserve each day and the colleagues by your side.Then, too, there’s the impact that staff support shows to other donors and grant makers. “When I am out trying to raisemoney, donors want to know if our employees believe in our efforts,” said Cheryl. “When applying for grants, they willask what percentage participates in the Foundation and it’s a big plus to say 45% to 50%!”*Donations ContinueFor staff members who would still like to make a donation or add to theirs, options include a one-time gift with acheck, an ongoing payroll deduction (even $1 per pay period is appreciated), or the donation of accrued PTO youdon’t plan to use. Pledge forms are available from Tammy Stendel at the front office or from Cheryl Porior-Mayhewat Park Centre South, (920) 206-4000.

Many thanks to the ambassadors and planning team for making our first Shining Star campaignso much fun: Sandi Bathke, Michael Benson, Rose Borck, Jen Coppes, Terri Detert, Carmen Groehler, Kim Henze, Cheryl Meyer, Larry Rudd, and Tammy Stendel. The bar has definitely been raised for the second annual campaign this fall to be even more exciting! A good time How will my money be used?was had by all! You can choose to have your donation go to five different funds: General Fund: This fund is applied to the difference between public assistance and the real cost of care, recently more than $5.5 million a year. Then to areas of need, such as to purchase outdoor benches, iPods and CPR training equipment. This winter, 12 defibrillators will be purchased. Milo Loppnow Spiritual Life Fund: This fund helps buy necessities for the chapel. Additional donations will go toward building a new $1.6 million chapel to be located within Towne Centre. Employee Recognition Fund: This fund is used to recognize employees at the end of each year. Marquardt at Home Fund: We will use fund dollars toward the purchase of new telegraph health units, the remodeling of the Marquardt at Home offices and the supplies for a new bereavement program. Assisted Living Fund: This fund will help pay for bariatric beds and lifts for residents, for example. There will also be defibrillators installed at Zinzendorf Hall.

The Marketing Information Center includes a furnished model home at 103 Comenius Court.Sometimes people need a little encouragement. to be upgraded. When vacated, each is scheduled for new Why not help them on their way or help yourself? finishes, fixtures, appliances, and more. To discuss options for your own retirement lifestyleor to refer friends or family members, you can reach Joy If you or someone you know is interested in anCaine or Anne Fritts at the Marketing Information Center independent living apartment or garden home, you’llat (920) 206-4663. also want to know that new residency options are available to fit a wide range of budgets and financingWith the next phase of construction scheduled to start preferences. “These options let us offer some flexibilityin a few months, plans for a special groundbreaking in the combination of entrance fee and monthly feeevent are beginning to come together and excitement residents pay for their desired apartment or gardenis in the air. home, as well as flexibility in the refundable portion of the entrance fee,” said Joy. “We meet with each person“The people we talk to each day who are considering or couple about what works best for their situationa move to Marquardt Village are very interested in the and offer solutions.”planned amenities for the new Towne Centre,” said JoyCaine, marketing director. “They’re curious about how WE’LL BRING LUNCH TO YOU THIS WINTER.these features will enhance the lifestyle.” It can be challenging to get out and aboutEven though it will be summer of 2016 before the onsite everywhere you want to go. Through March, wecommunity center opens to residents and their guests, will bring a delicious lunch of your choice for upJoy expects that construction activity on campus will to two people to your house. Relax, nosh, ask yourheighten interest in available apartments and garden questions, and start to get a plan in place for yourhomes much sooner. Plus, these residences are beginning future. We have openings Monday through Friday, first come, first served. Call (920) 206-4663.

Thank you to the following individuals, churches and businesses who have contributed to the Marquardt Foundation for Wish List items,operating needs, pastoral care and chapel needs, memory care, hospice and staff appreciation from October to December 2014. We valueyour trust and will use these gifts for the benefit of Marquardt Village residents.INDIVIDUALS Dan & Julie Marks In Honor of Florence Sweeney In Memory of Della Kosanovich ORGANIZATIONSMrs. & Mr. Georgene Adams Ms. Sharon Mathwig Mr. & Mrs. Richard Nienow Mr. & Mrs. Tim Burton In Honor of Archie DaleyMr. & Mrs. Fred Albert Matt & Erika Mauthe In Honor of Zinzendorf Hall Staff Mr. & Mrs. Greg Freund* Daley Painting & DecoratingMs. Heidi Anderson Mr. & Mrs. Kenny McDonald Mr. Henry Staeben Mr. & Mrs. R. Scott Johnson In Memory of Virginia DaleyMs. Jessica Angove Mrs. Dorothy Mekelburg In Honor of Mark Zoellick Mr. & Mrs. John Kosanovich* Daley Painting & DecoratingMs. Sandra Bathke Greg & Cheryl Meyer Mr. & Mrs. Bill Zoellick In Memory of Viola Koser In Memory of Viola GrunewaldMr. Michael Benson Ms. Debra Meyer In Memory of Gwynnetha Bade Ms. Marilyn Kohls A-1 Tri-County VacuumMs. Grace Bentzin Ms. Tammy Mielke Ms. Nancy Kroner In Memory of Harold Krueger & SewingMs. Karen Bergman Rev. Dr. Elizabeth Miller In Memory of Rick Bargo Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Krueger In Memory of Della KosanovichRev. Raymond Bezanson Mrs. Diane Neal Ms. Linda Bargo In Memory of Mabel Krueger UWHP Watertown RegionalMs. Jennifer Biermann Mr. & Mrs. Gordon Neary In Memory of Edythe Bender Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Krueger Medical CenterMs. Denise Blackbourn Mrs. Rebecca Nehls Mr. James Bender In Memory of Phillip Mallow Watertown Regional MedicalMs. Marian Blaney Mr. Duane R. Nienow In Memory of Milton Bender Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Wiedenhoeft Center Board of DirectorsMs. Rose Borck Mr. & Mrs. Mike Nienow Mr. James Bender In Memory of Delia Mattison Watertown RegionalMs. Taryn Braasch Ms. Rebecca Nimm In Memory of Ruth M. Berthold Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Wiedenhoeft Medical CenterMr. & Mrs. Larry Braunschweig Mrs. Jessica O’marrah Mr. & Mrs. Terry Koplin In Memory of Florence A & S Plumbing Inc.Mr. Phillip Braunschweig Mr. Robert Opps In Memory of Irene Borck Moldenhauer Aggeus Healthcare, PCRev. Dr. Rick Brewer Mr. & Mrs. William Oswald Mr. & Mrs. Myron Moldenhauer Mr. & Mrs. Myron Moldenhauer Amazon Smile FoundationMs. Frieda Bubernak Ms. Barbara Parish In Memory of Louis Borck In Memory of Vernon Moldenhauer Angell Marketing, LLCMs. Amanda Burg Ms. Lori Pelto Mr. & Mrs. Myron Moldenhauer Mr. & Mrs. Myron Moldenhauer Claussen Funeral HomeMr. & Mrs. Neal Butenhoff Ms. Denise Pingel In Memory of Claretta Boyd In Memory of Bernice Nelson Culligan Water ConditioningBarbara Butler & Karl Wagner Ms. Barbara Pohl Mr. Robert Boyd Ms. Hannelore Eaves Daley Painting & DecoratingMr. & Mrs. Patrick Caine Mr. & Mrs. Roy Pooler In Memory of Therese Bradisse Mr. Jack Lynch Eppstein Uhen ArchitectsMr. Dick Cerney Ms. Cheryl Porior-Mayhew Mr. Jeffrey Bradisse In Memory of Alice Peters John Christian LandscapingSherry & Russ Cira & Mr. Jim Mayhew In Memory of John Byrne Mr. James Abplanalp & Lawn MowingMs. Jeanie Clark Mr. Dallas Prockl Mr. & Mrs. Ellsworth Schuett & Ms. Joyce Murtaugh Killpest Solutions Pest Control LLCMs. Jennifer Coppes Mr. & Mrs. Larry Quest In Memory of Catherine Clifford Ms. Joyce Murtaugh Lakeview Moravian WomenMs. Deborah Cornella-Kirt Ms. Hannah Raabe Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Krueger & Mr. James Abplanalp Maas Bros ConstructionMs. Mary Cromey Ms. Renee Raabe In Memory of John Clifford Mr. David Pike Marquardt Village HealthMr. Jerome David Ms. Lynnae Raether Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Krueger In Memory of Betty Pranke Information Dept. & Mrs. Susan David Ms. Patricia Ranthum In Memory of Zoe Cone Mr. & Mrs. Ryan Topel Moravian Larger Life FoundationMr. & Mrs. Curt Detert Ms. Anne Roberson Mrs. Kitty Stueber In Memory of George Pranke Orchid GroupMr. & Mrs. Robert Dobbratz Ms. Tami Rodriguez In Memory of Joseph Dresen Mr. & Mrs. Ryan Topel Thrivent Financial for LutheransKris & Jan Duffy Ms. Lucille Roessler-Engsberg Mrs. Laura Dresen In Memory of Gilbert Rankin Watertown MoravianMr. & Mrs. Tom Fay Mr. Larry Rudd In Memory of Gertrude Fehrmann Rev. Raymond Bezanson Women’s FellowshipMrs. Kimberly Fehling Mr. & Mrs. Mark Scallon Mrs. Marlene Witte In Memory of Eldora Riebe Yerges Van LinersMs. Shelby Fetter Mr. & Mrs. Larry Scheler In Memory of Elsie Harberg Mrs. Doris Buchta Marquardt Village was named asMr. & Mrs. Nelson Fischer Judy & David Schoechert Rev. Jane Harberg In Memory of Charles Roberts a recipient of memorial gifts in theMs. Helen Foulke Mrs. Jessica Schultz In Memory of Thor Harberg Mrs. Beatrice Roberts obituaries of the following peopleRev. & Mrs. John Fritts Mr. Dennis Schwenker Rev. Jane Harberg In Memory of Robert Schaefer from October-December. ThankMrs. Lori Ganser Ms. Debra Seifert In Memory of Richard Harris Ms. Joan Jones you to these individuals and theirGary & Joan Genz Mr. & Mrs. Dan Sellnow Mr. & Mrs. William Rieman, Jr. In Memory of Kathy Schlender families for supporting our mission.Ms. Katelyn Genz Mrs. Sally Smith Mrs. Bonnie Simon Mr. & Mrs. Mike Hoefler Leola I. HaberkornMs. Katie Gomez Ms. Deborah Snell Mr. Ryan Smull In Memory of Leroy Schlender Richard R. HarrisMr. & Mrs. Stephen Gouldthorp Ms. Gladys Soter Ms. Joan Sterwald Mr. & Mrs. Mike Hoefler Bernice H. NelsonMr. & Mrs. Glen Grams Mr. Henry Staeben Ms. Rose Thomascheske In Memory of Richard Schlueter GRATEFUL HEARTSMrs. Carmen Groehler Mr. Jerry Stelse Ms. Elaine Thompson Ms. Linda Bargo Betty Howland In Honor of...Mr. & Mrs. Dallas Grosenick Ms. Tammy Stoll Mr. & Mrs. Richard Udovich In Memory of Margaret Schuch Deb HoeflerMr. & Mrs. Rob Gruenwald Phyllis Strasburg George Mr. William Ulm Mr. & Mrs. Jonathon Schuch Kim HoltermanMr. Glenn Harke Ms. Mary Supple In Memory of Ruth Hein In Memory of Carroll Schulz Deb MeyerMrs. Lois Harke Ms. Gina Symkowski Ms. Pearl Mary Goetsch Arlene Strasburg Schulz Diane NealMrs. Kimberly Henze Ms. Sarah Taylor In Memory of William Hein & David Schulz Don Kees In Honor of...Rev. & Mrs. James Hicks Ms. Stacie Trail Ms. Pearl Mary Goetsch In Memory of Flora Schulz Shelly ArmstrongMr. & Mrs. Wayne Hills Mr. Albert Troyke In Memory of Janet Hennings Arlene Strasburg Schulz The Kosanovich Family InMs. Kimberly Holterman Ms. Elaine Uecker Mrs. Margaret Amthor & David Schulz Honor of...Ms. Gayle Hunter Mr. & Mrs. Gary Vogel Ms. Dolores Bartee In Memory of Vernon Steffen Ray BezansonMs. Melanie Hunter Ms. Amy Wagner Ms. Pamela Bartee Mr. & Mrs. Joe Hasslinger Barb ButlerMs. Patricia Ignarski Ms. Lynne Wagner Ms. Anna Christian In Memory of Herbert Steinbock Deb HoeflerMrs. Lynn Ireland Rev. Aden & Bishop Kay Ward Mr. Pete Colletti Mrs. Margaret Luchsinger Kim HoltermanMrs. Alesha Jacobson Ms. Stacey Weihert Mr. & Mrs. John Fiess In Memory of Ken Stelse Deb MeyerMr. Martin Johnson Ms. Patricia Werner Barbara Hennings Ms. Beverly Stelse Diane NealMs. Amber Kaesermann Ms. Kayla Williams Ms. Janet Hennings Estate In Memory of Edna Strasburg Anne RobersonMs. Amber Kaesermann Mrs. Ethel Willing Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Kasten Phyllis Strasburg George Lola Wilke In Honor of...Mr. & Mrs. Tom Kasten Mrs. Stephanie Wollitz Ms. Sherry Klecker Jerilyn Strasburg McFarlane Shelly ArmstrongMrs. Paula Kaulback Mary & Jim Zastrow Mr. & Ms. Gerald Kochanski & John McFarlane Jessica GranzowMr. Tom Keel & Ms. Marge Etter Mr. & Mrs. Jamie Zwieg Mr. & Mrs. Don Kuehl Arlene Strasburg Schulz LeRoy MendellMr. & Mrs. William E. Kiessling, Jr. TRIBUTES Mr. & Mrs. Glen Lauersdorf & David Schulz Jenna QuinnMr. & Mrs. Joel Kleinjan In Honor of Taryn Braasch Mr. & Mrs. Michael Tresp In Memory of Lloyd Strasburg Nick SawyerMr. & Mrs. Ralph Kohlhoff Ms. Elgardie Fuchs In Memory of Erwin Hesse Phyllis Strasburg GeorgeMrs. Christine Komis In Honor of Jan Duffy Rev. Reuben Schmitz Jerilyn Strasburg McFarlaneMr. & Mrs. Mark Kottwitz Ms. Elgardie Fuchs In Memory of Leona Hesse & John McFarlaneMs. Sarah Kottwitz In Honor of Ruth E. Ebert Rev. Reuben Schmitz Arlene Strasburg SchulzMs. Beth Kratzer Mr. & Mrs. Harry Ruehlow In Memory of Ellen Hogue & David SchulzMs. Linda Kraus In Honor of Edward Fay Mr. & Mrs. Ray Walsh In Memory of Margaret StueberMs. Carol Kruesel Dr. & Mrs. Michael Grajewski In Memory of Virginia Ihde Mrs. Kitty StueberMs. Michelle Larson In Honor of Loretta Fuchs Jim & Judy Maas In Memory of Hildagarde ThurloffMr. & Mrs. Adolph Leuenberger Mr. William Fuchs In Memory of Dorothea Jochinsen Mr. Gregory ElseMr. & Mrs. Michael Libby In Honor of Marquardt Mr. Leonard Kafer In Memory of Ken WilkesMr. & Mrs. Todd Loeber Village Residents In Memory of Ruth Johnson Ms. Mae WilkesMs. Allison Lorenz Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Jeuck Mr. Martin Johnson In Memory of Jean ZillmerMr. Nathaniel Lueck Mrs. Patricia Laehr In Memory of Don King Sherry & Russ CiraMr. Nicholas Maas In Honor of Marquardt Village Staff Mrs. Cathie KingMs. Shirley Maas Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Jeuck In Memory of Aaron Kohls *Grateful Hearts Donors Mr. Joseph KohlsWe make every effort to ensure this list is accurate. If you notice an error or omission, please notify us at (920) 206-4000.

1020 Hill Street Watertown, WI 53098 Phone: (920) 206-4663 MarquardtVillage.orgSponsored by the Western Districtof the Moravian Church Years ago, ash trees were adopted by many cities in Wisconsin, including Watertown, as a disease-resistant replacement for American elms devastated by the emerald ash borer (EAB). Decades later, these trees have proved to be as susceptible. Watertown is now removing approximately 900 ash trees a year in rights of way, parks and public building landscapes. As part of keeping the Marquardt Village campus beautiful, an expert arborist was called in to inspect our trees. Unfortunately, many will need to be replaced. While we hate to see them go, the good news is that the master plan for our campus includes replacement of nearly all, as well as placing new trees as close as practical to existing trees. Removal will begin this spring. Where new plantings of hardy hardwood trees will not be affected by construction, planting will also begin this spring. Other areas will be landscaped as soon as construction allows. Residents, staff and visitors: many thanks to you for your patience as we take steps to protect the beauty of our campus for current and future generations. Address changes or requests to be removed from the Marquardt Connections mailing list can be emailed to [email protected].

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