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2016 Summer Connections Newsletter

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Description: Congratulations To Dallas Grosenick, Volunteer Of The Year


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Dear Friends of Marquardt Village,Here we are, within weeks of opening Park Terrace and Towne Centre. By the timeyou read this, staff members who will relocate to Towne Centre should be well ontheir way and all-new apartments at Park Terrace will await residents for assisted livingor memory care. As mentioned previously, assisted living residents and their familymembers had the opportunity to choose Park Terrace or remain at Zinzendorf Hall.We’ve had some fun deciding on names for the many amenities at Towne Centreavailable to residents, and many that will also be open to the public. In this issue, weshare these names and what inspired them, plus the latest progress photos to helpyou “get a feel” for this new hub of campus life and how it will enhance the lifestyle for Marquardt residents.The annual banquet honoring our volunteer force was held on April 20th, with nearly 200 people attending. It was achance to recognize the many dedicated volunteers who contribute greatly to our mission, including 13 who werenominated to receive the Volunteer of the Year award. That honor went to Dallas Grosenick, a Watertown residentwho tirelessly takes on tasks all over this campus. At the banquet we also recognized two members of our Board ofDirectors who will leave us this year – Bill Kiessling, current President, and Nelson Fischer, Secretary/Treasurer. Not onlyare they the longest-serving members of the board at 38 and 25 years, respectively, their connections with originalMarquardt founders carry the legacy of Bishop Milo Loppnow and Karl Fischer forward. They will be greatly missed.Speaking of Milo Loppnow, he and his wife, Gert, established a Charitable Gift Annuity that benefitted them in theirlater years and provided a gift to Marquardt Foundation when they passed on. You can read about their generosity inthis issue, too. Many thanks to all of our selfless donors and committed staff for all you do to help Marquardt Villagefulfill our mission. Your support is invaluable.Blessings,Matthew Mauthe, CEO THE MARQUARDT VILLAGE MISSION: “Grounded in faith, we promote the health and well-being of each individual we serve.”An Extended Family of Residents ...................................................3 Honoring Departing Board Members ........................................9The Loppnow’s Charitable Gift ...................................................... 4 WRMC Collaboration Improving Care .................................... 10Earl Burczyk’s Incredible Adventure ..............................................5 Donor Appreciation .......................................................................... 11Towne Centre This Summer .........................................................6-7 September Clay Shooting Benefit .............................................. 12Congratulations, Dallas Grosenick ...............................................8

It’s a “Family Affair,” Living & Working at Marquardt VillageThe Baumann-Wade-Timmel-Wollin family doesn’t “We loved being able to travel,” said Doris. “We went to have far to go for a get-together any day of the Europe several times, to Hawaii, and every other U.S. week. Doris Baumann lives in a garden home at state, too. Living at Marquardt Village made it moreMarquardt Village. So does her sister, Violet (Vi) Wade, and enjoyable, because we knew everything would be wella cousin’s widow, Carol Timmel. Their cousin, Don Timmel, cared for, whether we were there or not, and that reallyand his wife, Phyllis, also moved to an independent living eases your mind.”apartment a few months ago. Plus, Carol’s daughter,Beth Wollin, is an accounts payable specialist, and Doris and Vi, both widowed now, do a lot of thingsgranddaughter, Paige Wollin, is currently an intern. together and with other neighboring residents. Playing cards, ceramics,Life-long Watertown crafting, and going out toresidents, Doris and her late dinner are a few of theirhusband, Daniel, were the favorite pastimes. Theyfirst in the family to move to have their favorite localMarquardt. That was 2001 restaurants, of course,and they chose a garden but are also lookinghome, because it felt like forward to checking outa home in a traditional the new ones at Towneneighborhood and it YOUR FRIENDS Centre when it opens thisincluded all maintenance OR FAMILY MEMBERS summer, plus the newservices, inside and out, plus wellness centre, exerciselock-and-leave security. Most considering Marquardt Village are welcome to classes, and the specialof all, they wanted to be free see our furnished models, as well as available programs being plannedof maintenance and free to enhance the lifestyle atto travel without worrying garden homes and apartments. Marquardt Village.about leaving their home. Call (920) 206-4663 to schedule a visit.

The Loppnow’s CharitableGift Annuities SupportMarquardt’s Benevolent CareMilo Loppnow never met a person he didn’t like to Marquardt Village after they passed away. It was the or wouldn’t greet with a smile. With abiding perfect way for Milo and Gert, who cared deeply about affection for his beloved Moravian Church and Marquardt’s ministries, to give and receive.for people of all faiths, he was a livingexample of Christ’s call to love If Milo were alive today, he wouldeach other as much as God surely continue to encourage usloves us. all to support the benevolent care needs of residentsMilo was also who have exhaustedextremely their financial resources,generous and but deserve to liveoften encouraged their lives in dignity.others to be He believed incharitable with benevolence as antheir resources. In essential of faith.fact, Milo and hiswife, Gertrude (Gert), And Milo Loppnow alsocreated several gift believed Marquardt Villageannuities that provided them to be exemplary in how well itwith a stream of income in their treats all who are in need of supportlater years, as well as an eventual gift and care in their later years. TO LEARN MORE ABOUT PLANNED GIVINGor about making a planned gift to benefit Marquardt Village, please contact Cheryl Porior-Mayhew, chief development officer, at (920) 206-4000 or email [email protected]. Marquardt Foundation is pleased to work with the Moravian Ministries Foundation, an agency of the Moravian Church whose planned giving services are open to all, confidential, and free of charge or obligation. You can learn more by visiting believe Milo would echo this statement about the moral test of society being “how we treat those in the dawn of life – the children; those in the twilight of life – the elderly; and those in the shadow of life – the sick, the needy, and the differently-abled.” –

Earl Burczyk’s 500 KM (310 MI) Incredible Mackenzie River As fate would have it, their party of two would double Adventure after the men were introduced to Mary Ann Davies from Wales and H. Ruth Moir from Ontario. The women hadMarquardt Village resident Earl Burczyk has a come to Hay River to take a paddlewheel excursion, only great adventure story to tell. It began in 1956 to find the boat no longer operating. In short order, Earl when he spotted a Milwaukee Journal classified and Bob invited the women to join them and all set forthad seeking a partner to travel the Mackenzie River bymotorized canoe through Canada’s Northwest Territories on the three-week expedition toto the Arctic Ocean—a trek of more than 1,000 miles. the Arctic Ocean through the vastEarl, who often paddled 20 miles or Mackenzie Delta.more a day on the Milwaukee River,eagerly responded.Bob Hultman, a history buff and Word spread of their trip by radioadventurer himself, had placed and at fur trading outposts along thethe ad and before long the two river, the Royal Canadian Mountedmen were on their way—by car Police hosted welcome parties withto Duluth, Minnesota, by steam food, drink, and opportunities toengine rail train to Edmonton in share tales of adventure.Alberta, then by bus on the gravelAlaska Highway to the town of Among the many tales andHay River near Great Slave Lake, cherished memories: the incrediblefrom which the Mackenzie rises. “An excursion of this magnitude scenery, the occasional slip intoFrom there, they would soon would be prohibited today freezing water (the ice was justlaunch a 20-foot Peterborough going out on the river as their tripcanoe made of canvas and wood, without depositing thousands started that July), watching reindeerkicked by a 7.5 hp Evinrude motor, of dollars to cover a potential migrate to summer calving grounds,both delivered by the one and emergency,” said Earl Burczyk. spotting airplanes secretly scoutingonly Hudson Bay Company. oil drilling locations, and visiting with Inuit whalers aboard their boats.“An excursion of this magnitude would be prohibitedtoday without depositing thousands of dollars to cover a Most memorable of all was the wedding of Bob andpotential emergency rescue,” Earl explained. Mary Ann at the Arctic station near Aklavik, officiated by the Commander of the Royal Canadian Navy. Earl, of course, was the best man.

Opening This Summer:With all the attractions of a classic and vibrant With two restaurants and selected other amenities open to village square, Towne Centre will open this the public, Towne Centre is designed to be a true community summer to some well-deserved fanfare! We center that will bring Marquardt residents togetherhope you will join us for the grand opening celebration in with each other and with the people of WatertownAugust (see the schedule on this page for key dates and and beyond.details) and encourage your friends and family membersto attend, too. Crave EscapIn preparation for the opening, we developed names e Ocfor the many amenities, services and conveniences that Terraceare among the attractions of Towne Centre. Sure, we Domcould have called the dining room the dining room and at Marqthe wellness centre the wellness centre, but where’s the Cravefun in that? Mail“Instead, we wanted to come up with names thatwould share the excitement we’ve felt all along about Grand Centralhow these features will enhance the lifestyle for Bistroresidents and others,” said Matt Mauthe, CEO. “With alittle outside-the-box thinking, we hoped names for the Towne Centre Concierge/various spaces could express the kind of experiences O ces Lobbypeople will enjoy at Towne Centre.”For example, our Grand Central Bistro, opening off thelobby at the center of the action, will be the perfectplace for a quick bite or takeout, or for lingering overcoffee and conversation. And, when craving a relaxing,fine dining restaurant experience, Crave will satisfy witha delicious meal, whether it will be enjoyed inside or outon The Terrace at Crave.

Towne Centre! pades TOWNE CENTRE AMENITIES & SERVICES ccasions ON THE MAIN LEVELmani at • Concierge, the lobby area reception desk with hospitality services for residents quardt • Grand Central Bistro, at the center of action, for quick-casual dining and takeout • Crave, our fine dining restaurant • The Terrace at Crave, for fine dining al fresco • Occasions, a private dining room available by reservation • Escapades, combination game room and library for escape, adventure and play • Domani at Marquardt, offering full spa services • Towne Centre Offices, Marquardt Village financial department ON THE LOWER LEVEL • Strides & Stretches Wellness Centre, professionally staffed • Strides, the workout centre for building strength and endurance • Stretches, the centre for exercise classes and multi-purpose use • The Cookery, professional kitchen with elevator service to restaurants AT TOWNE CENTRE THIS SUMMER: Future June 27 July 27 Chapel Staff moves to Towne Centre Crave and Offices The Terrace at Crave open July 11 August 18 Grand Central Bistro opens Grand Opening Celebration, details to come

Presenting Dallas Grosenick with the 2016 Volunteer of the Year award are Congratulating Dallas is Sandi Bathke, Volunteer Coordinator.Matt Mauthe, CEO, and David Schoechert, Marquardt Foundation Board President.Congratulations, Dallas Grosenick, NOMINEES FOR VOLUNTEER OFVolunteer of the Year THE YEAR“He’s so generous... always willing to help all across the Residents, staff, and fellow community... Dallas is always ready with a smile.” That’s volunteers nominated how several people described Dallas Grosenick when they 13 people for the award. nominated him for Volunteer of the Year. Marquardt Foundation’s Board of Directors made theDallas was familiar with Marquardt Village because family had lived here and his final selection.wife, Elaine, worked here for years. Then, after knee surgery in 2012, he stayed atthe Health Center for rehab and was impressed with the care he received. Just Nominees:a few months later he was asked if he’d like to plant some flowers and soon hewas volunteering in all sorts of ways – with gardening, activities, transportation Karen Albertneeds, and more. “It was a surprise and an honor to be named Volunteer of the Erika CheesbroYear,” said Dallas. “I like to be busy and help people out in any way I can. They Pete Collettiappreciate it and that makes me feel great.” Shirley Dibble Esther ElseApril is National Volunteer Month and Marquardt Village holds a banquet each Dallas Grosenickyear to show appreciation for 300+ volunteers, including residents, private Phil Lordcitizens, board members, and clergy. This year’s event was held April 20th at Doris MichaelTurner Hall in Watertown and featured a movie theme. “Volunteers fill many Doris Oestreicherneeds from companion services, therapy aide, and meal delivery, to gardening, Mary Lee Prochazkaactivities assistance, and clerical support. Plus, we welcome volunteers who Ruth Rehbaumwould like to share their unique skills, talents, and interests,” said Sandi Bathke, Carol Timmelvolunteer services coordinator. Barb Warner TO SEE OUR VOLUNTEERS IN ACTION, watch the video on our website at

Marquardt Village Honors TO BECOME ADeparting Board Members for VOLUNTEER,Decades of Service please visit theMarquardt Village is governed This summer marks 25 years of “giving/volunteer” page atby a voluntary Board of Directors service for Nelson Fisher. He joined www.marquardtvillage.orgcomprised of corporate and civic the board in 1991, replacing his for more information andleaders who share a dedication to father, Karl Fisher.the organization’s mission and give an application form, orgenerously of their time and talents. As for what they point to with contact Sandi Bathke atBill Kiessling and Nelson Fischer, pride, Bill says, by growing from awho are leaving the board this nursing care center to a full-service (920) 206-4010 oryear, were recognized at the April retirement community and a [email protected] banquet for their outstanding resource to the greater community,dedication. he’s proud “of all that we’ve done, THE MARQUARDT and that I’m sure Marquardt Village VILLAGE MISSION:“These two men have not only will continue doing, to assist olderserved the board tirelessly for people with the living options “Grounded in faith, we promotedecades,” said Matt Mauthe, CEO, and health care they need. We’re the health and well-being“they have deep roots reaching definitely going in the right of each individual we serve.”back to the founding of Marquardt direction!”Village. They have each carried alegacy forward, and will be part of Nelson is happy to have been partMarquardt’s history forever.” of Marquardt’s amazing growth over the years. He’s proud of the “qualityBoth men were invited by an care reputation of Marquardt’soriginal board member and founder Health Center... the non-profitto join the board. Bill Kiessling attitude of putting service first... andhas served the board for 38 years. that Marquardt Village strives to be aHe joined in 1978, accepting an good neighbor with the people andinvitation from Bishop Milo Loppnow. the city of Watertown.”Leaving the Board of Directors this year are, from left: Bill Kiessling, President, and Nelson Fischer,Secretary/Treasurer, with Matt Mauthe, CEO.

Collaboration with WRMCis Improving CareImproving resident care and reducing the frequency is the communications tool. A Marquardt team piloted of transfers to the hospital are the goals of the development of this tool, ensuring it would provide the INTERACT program, which both Marquardt Village and critical information that they knew often required five or sixWatertown Regional Medical Center (WRMC) are working phone calls between the Marquardt care team and hospitalto integrate. A quality improvement program, INTERACT staff during a resident’s transfer to WRMC.(Interventions to Reduce AcuteCare Transfers) is designed to Through drafting the tool andimprove the early identification, evolving it with input fromassessment, documentation, WRMC, the Marquardt teamand communication about forged a stronger relationshipchanges in the status of with the hospital. The two teamsresidents in care centers. are now working on the reverse version of the tool for when a“Marquardt Village enjoys resident is being dischargeda reputation for providing from WRMC and returning tohigh quality resident care,” or entering one of Marquardt’ssaid Sherry Cira, director of residential care centers for theorganization development. first time.“It’s a reputation thattakes a lot of work and “EMS (Emergency Medicaldedication to maintain, as Services) was so impressed withwell as an organization-wide the communications tool, theycommitment to continuous “Integrating INTERACT into requested that it be forwardedquality improvement. That’s Marquardt’s skilled nursing and to all nursing and assisted livingwhat INTERACT is all about, providers in the area,” said well, and integrating it into assisted living programs and atMarquardt’s skilled nursing and WRMC is improving care at all Other INTERACT tools are beingassisted living programs and at locations,” said Sherry Cira. integrated into practices atWRMC is improving care at all Marquardt’s skilled nursing andlocations.” assisted living programs, and will also be in use at Park Terrace Assisted Living whenIn addition to INTERACT’s clinical and educational tools and it opens this summer. The long-range plan includesstrategies for use in long-term care centers, the program rolling out custom versions to Marquardt Hospice andoffers opportunities to customize. One of the most important Home Health. For more information about INTERACT, you can visit

Thank you to the following individuals, churches & 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 April to June. We valueyour trust and will use these gifts for the benefit of Marquardt Village residents.INDIVIDUALS Diane Neal Karen Frentzel-Harrington & individuals and their families for In Honor of Amy LoeberCathy Bader Rebecca Nehls Gary Harrington supporting our mission. Sharon KratzerSandra Bathke Roberta & Tim Neitzel Phyllis Anderson Margaret LueckRuth Behrend Jessica O’marrah Debbie Furman Lionel Dufenhorst Christine ReadyMichael Benson William & Jill Oswald Miriam Jacobson Lloyd Frentzel In Honor of LeRoy MandelGrace Bentzin Barbara Pohl Jane Leahy Harold Nelson James EllingsenRev. Barbara Berg Cheryl Porior-Mayhew & Jim Mayhew David Mallette Vernice Rohloff In Honor of Laurie MaronKaren Bergman Darlene Purcell Merlin Nadler Erline Wegner Carolyn BertramRev. Raymond Bezanson Barbara & Larry Quest Monika Pernot GRATEFUL HEARTS In Honor of Mike McCormickDenise Blackbourn Dennis & Sandi Quest Janet & Eugene Renzelmann In Honor of 700 Wing MHC Viola BachShelly Bladorn Hannah Raabe Teri Terry Martin Smith Elizabeth ConradTaryn Braasch Shalby Reed In Memory of Kathryn J. Hanus In Honor of Kathy Adkins Oliver HimselAlice Brandt Anne Roberson Paul & Lou Ann Esselman Bernice Borchert Jacqueline MulhernPhillip Braunschweig Tami Rodriguez Mary Louise Judge Ron & Rita Giles Donna ScalissiRick Brewer Larry & Sandra Rudd In Memory of Barbara Heiden Raleigh & Patsy Illgen In Honor of Megan McKayAnonymous Joyce & Mark Scallon Judith & Edward Kohlhoff Sharon Kratzer Murial AndersonAmanda Burg Kathleen & Larry Scheler In Memory of Erwin Hesse Christine Ready Viola BachJoy & Patrick Caine Caryl Scheurman Rev. & Mrs. Reuben Schmitz David Yuenger Bernice BorchertKasey Caine Sally Schloesser In Memory of Leona Hesse In Honor of Stephanie Alcavter Sandy EvansDr. Robert Callaway Emily Schmitz Rev. & Mrs. Reuben Schmitz Annette Meyer In Honor of Kris MelcherNicole Chwala Rev. & Mrs. Reuben Schmitz In Memory of Virginia Ihde In Honorof All Hospice Staff Annette MeyerSherry & Russ Cira Cassandra Schrader Judy & Jim Maas Robert Debolt In Honor of MHC nurses, CNAsJennifer Coppes Jessica Schultz In Memory of Aaron Kohls In Honor of Jennifer Angelo Judith AtkinsonDeborah Cornella-Kirt Dennis Schwenker Marilyn Kohls Sandy Evans In Honor of MHC StaffTerri & Curt Detert John & Monica Severa In Memory of Dorothy Lange Elizabeth Conrad Jean MucksTrudy & Robert Dobbratz Georgia Shambes Hildegard Lange Donna Scalissi Gertrude OdegaardRenee & David Downs Pam Smith In Memory of Harold Nelson In Honor of Shelly Armstrong Dennis QuestLaura Dresen Jerry Stelse James Ball James Ellingsen Patsy SwisherKris & Jan Duffy Jeanette & Michael Stockfisch Sally & Ronald Greve In Honor of Brenda Bischoff In Honor of Kathy NapagalRuth & William Ebert Tammy Stoll Brian & Sandra Mackyol Annette Meyer James EllingsenKimberly Fehling Phyllis Strasburg George Stephen & Connie Menchal In Honor of Shelly Bladorn Alida JaegerEmily Feiner Mary Supple Mark Menzel Elizabeth Conrad Margaret LueckTom & Linda Frakes Gina Symkowski In Memory of Florence Nielsen Donna Scalissi Norma SpliesRev. John & Anne Fritts Patricia Volenberg William & Jan Nielsen In Honor of Trisha Bratten In Honor of Diane NealDulcinea Galaviz Lynne Wagner In Memory of Fritz Nielsen Ron & Rita Giles Ron & Rita GilesLori Ganser Rev. Aden & Bishop Kay Ward William & Jan Nielsen In Honor of Kathy Breitzman In Honor of Roberta NeitzelHolly Gee Patricia Werner In Memory of Edward Petig Annette Meyer Annette MeyerGary & Joan Genz Stephanie Wollitz Dr. William Petig In Honor of Rebecca Brown In Honor of Thuain NgoKatelyn Genz Lyle Wuestenberg In Memory of Gertrude Petig Annette Meyer Maria CabreraRita & Ronald Giles* Jenny & Jamie Zwieg Dr. William Petig In Honor of Ruth Bucholz Elizabeth ConradVicky & Stephen Gouldthorp TRIBUTES In Memory of Donald Rathbun Annette Meyer Sandy EvansCarmen Groehler In Honor of Marquardt Village Residents William & Jan Nielsen In Honor of Colleen Buedler Oliver HimselLeonard & Irene Heiliger Gerald & Marilyn Jeuck In Memory of Regina Rathbun Raleigh & Patsy Illgen Joan RoobKimberly Henze Patricia & Peter Laehr William & Jan Nielsen Donald Meyer In Honor of Mike OnsrudDebra & Mike Hoefler In Honor of Marquardt Village Staff In Memory of Vernice Rohloff Dionne Zbigniewicz Donna ScalissiKimberly Holterman Gerald & Marilyn Jeuck Brenda & Steve Neubauer In Honor of Cathy Cain In Honor of Gretchen PetroskiGayle Hunter In Honor of Florence Sweeney Laurie & Kevin Neubauer Annette Meyer Annette MeyerKim Ignarski Rosemary & Donald Neubauer In Honor of Dietary Staff In Honor of Jackie PhilipsPatricia Ignarski Ann & Richard Nienow In Memory of Richard Schlueter Judith Atkinson Elinor JohnsonLynn Ireland In Memory of Phyllis Anderson Linda Bargo Clyde Kreuter In Honor of Darlene PurcellAlesha Jacobson Calvin Anderson In Memory of Helen Tews Doris Pirkle Annette MeyerJoan Jones Denise & Jeffrey Buske Karen Fluegel Martin Smith In Honor of Jenna QuinnAmber Kaesermann Ann Fincutter In Memory of Mary Ann Thein In Honor of Amy Durand Bernice BorchertPaula Kaulback Teresa & Roland Holzhueter Carolyn & Scott Bertram Ron & Rita Giles Charles “Tom” CoeCrystal Kerns Vicki Zimmerman In Memory of Erline Wegner In Honor of Kim Fehling James EllingsenTracy Klentz In Memory of Beverly Appenfeldt Nathalia & Dennis Christian Viola Bach In Honor of Kristen RichterApichai Kookasemkit Tammy Neumann Susan & Randall Neitzel Sandy Evans Annette MeyerDiane Korn In Memory of Rick Bargo Allen & Mary Lee Petersen Dionne Zbigniewicz In Honor of Paul RiedlBeth Kratzer Linda Bargo Aryllis & Gordon Petersen In Honor of Naomi Gantner Carolyn BertramSharon Kratzer* In Memory of Ken Beyer Brenda & Paul Pillard Annette Meyer In Honor of Larry RuddLinda Kraus Jean & Donald Kwapil Delores & Frederick Strassburg In Honor of Jennifer Garcia Carolyn BertramCarol Kruesel In Memory of Therese Bradisse Norma Tunak Jacqueline Mulhern In Honor of Nick SawyerKarl & Caroline Kube Jeffrey Bradisse Joe Wagner In Honor of Jessica Granzow James EllingsenMiranda Kurkiewicz In Memory of Clarence Buedler Patricia & Paul Wagner Charles “Tom” Coe In Honor of Joyce ScallonMichelle Larson Paul & Lou Ann Esselman In Memory of Frieda Wolff Oliver Himsel Carolyn BertramMichael & Rachel Libby In Memory of Lionel Dufenhorst Carol Maas Robin Martinez Sharon KratzerAllison Lorenz Ann Barker ORGANIZATIONS Norma Splies Dionne ZbigniewiczNathaniel Lueck Shirley Dibble In Memory of Archie Daley In Honor of Home Health Staff In Honor of Yvonne SchoechertNicholas Maas Gerald Halkoski Daley Painting & Decorating Margaret Krueger Carolyn BertramShirley Maas Carolyn Hertel In Memory of Lionel Dufenhorst Maxine Montgomery In Honor of Leah SchroederShannon Magsamen Constance & James LaCombe DousmanElementaryTeachersFund Jean Trommes Annette MeyerMark Mandel & Lynn Kirkstein Doreen & Michael Ryan In Memory of Myrtle Krueger In Honor of Kim Ignarski In Honor of Dennis SchwenanerDan & Julie Marks Laura & Allen Wex Krattiger Sales, Inc. Norma Splies Carolyn BertramLynnae Mathison-Raether Arlene & Thomas Ziety In Memory of Howard Reith In Honor of Paula Kaulback In Honor of Pam Vette BurgardtMatt & Erika Mauthe Patti & Jeff Zwieg Dr. Michael Grajewski Christine Ready Carolyn BertramJoan McConville In Memory of Mae Fehrman Thrivent Financial for Lutherans Dionne Zbigniewicz Amalia HernandezKristin & Kenny McDonald Mae Fehrman Family Western Region Moravian Women In Honor of Erin Keener Sharon KratzerGreg & Cheryl Meyer In Memory of Lloyd Frentzel Marquardt Village was named as Annette Meyer Gladys SchneiderDebra Meyer American Legion Post 164 a recipient of memorial gifts in the In Honor of Patty Lechner *Grateful Hearts DonorTammy Mielke Donna & Richard Bennett obituaries of the following people Annette MeyerMary Lou & Myron Moldenhauer Judy Corbett from April-June. Thank you to theseKathleen Montini Margaret DuganWe make every effort to ensure this list is accurate. If you notice an error or omission, please notify us at (920) 206-4000.

Non-Profit Org US Postage PAID Mailings Direct 1020 Hill StreetWatertown, WI 53098Phone: (920) 206-4663MarquardtVillage.orgSponsored by the Western District To change your address or to be removed from the Marquardt Connections mailing list, email [email protected] the Moravian ChurchA Little Sport, a Whole Lot of Fun!Join Us for Our Second AnnualSporting Clay Shoot Outto Benefit Marquardt HospiceThursday, September 158:00 amAt Milford Hills Hunt Club, Johnson CreekDON’T MISS THIS FUN EVENT OPEN TO ALL, from skilled to average to beginningshooters. Sponsorships, teams, and individual participation available. For completeinformation, visit our website. READ MORE & REGISTER at LAST YEAR’S EVENT RAISED OVER $37,000 FOR MARQUARDT HOSPICE! Please participate and encourage friends and family to join us. Your support benefits the many individuals and families Marquardt Hospice serves at Marquardt Village and throughout the surrounding 11 counties. For more information or a printed registration form, please contact Cheryl Porior-Mayhew at 920-206-4000 or via email at [email protected]. For information about Marquardt Hospice call 844-206-4930. SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE If you or your organization can help sponsor this event, please call Cheryl Porior-Mayhew at 920-206-4000.

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