2014 Annual Report - Rice Health Foundation

Caring for Our Community ... Together
annual report
for fiscal year ending december 31, 2014
From the Board President and Executive Director
Dear Friends,
2014 was a year of accomplishment and progress for the Rice Health
Foundation. We are grateful for your continuing support and are pleased to
share highlights of the year in this report.
We celebrated the completion of Rice Care Center’s multi-year, five phased
expansion and remodel project. The final product is amazing and exceeded our
lofty expectations! Your generous giving made the facility what it has become:
a comfortable, state-of-the-art long term care community for seniors to enjoy.
Philanthropy not only helped Rice Memorial Hospital create neighborhoods
for seniors, it also enabled Rice to invest more of its resources to expand
Therapy Suites and better meet the short term recovery and rehabilitation
needs of area residents. With one year remaining in the three-year fundraising
campaign for this project, we are now $300,000.00 shy of meeting our
$2 million commitment to Rice for this incredible community asset.
As increasing demands on healthcare continue, keeping Rice Memorial
Hospital current with new technology, advanced staff training and high
quality medical services remains paramount for the Foundation. That is why
we are developing our Planned Giving program to offer more opportunities for
individuals and families to leave a legacy that directly support local healthcare
services into the future.
Many programs and services that improve the health and well-being of
patients and the community are only made available with funding from
the Foundation.
None of these accomplishments would be possible without the many dedicated
volunteers who in addition to their gifts, contributed nearly 1000 hours to
continue the Foundation’s work. We are truly grateful for the generosity and
support of each person who helps us carry out the mission of the Foundation:
“Through philanthropy, Rice Health Foundation supports the vitality and
quality of care of Rice Memorial Hospital”.
Thank you for another year of cooperation and support. Thank you for all you
do for Rice!
Lara Duininck
Board President
Rice Health Foundation
Shirley D. Carter
Executive Director
Rice Health Foundation
With a match from the Otto Bremer Foundation, the Holiday Festival raised
a record $360k to expand inpatient mental health services at Rice and provide
Telestroke technology, which aids in the rapid diagnosis of stroke patients
entering the emergency room. Friends of Rice rose to the challenge and
established a new major sponsorship category that helped us leverage the
Bremer gift.
our mission
Through philanthropy, Rice Health Foundation supports the vitality and quality of care of Rice Memorial Hospital.
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Meet the Board
Rice Health Foundation received gifts and grants totaling $786,577 and disbursed
$1,050,400 to support Rice Memorial Hospital’s mission.
Rice Health Foundation
2014 Board of Directors
Lara Duininck, President
Amy Ellingson, MD, Vice-President
Connie Vanderbill Medin, Secretary
Jonathan Kreps, Treasurer
Generous support from caring people has helped purchase life-saving medical
equipment, enhance and expand care delivery, as well as build and renovate new
spaces. Philanthropy continues to play a major role in Rice Memorial Hospital’s
ability to provide quality care to the community.
Rice continues to cover all administrative and operating expenses for the Foundation
so that 100% of funds raised are used for charitable purposes.
Barb Abrams
John Christianson
Roger Gauquie
Pat Hoeft, MD
Mick Quinn
Michael Schramm
Brad Schmidt
Hospital Board Representatives
David Anfinson
Michael Gardner
Financials
RICE HEALTH FOUNDATION
Statement of Financial Position
Foundation Staff
Shirley Carter, Executive Director
Jean Raatz, Development Manager
Pat Groen, Office Assistant
Board Transitions
In 2014, Dr. Lachlan Smith and Tom Johnson completed nine years of service
each, on the Rice Health Foundation Board of Directors. Both Tom and Lachlan
provided leadership as Board President. They also served on the Grant Committee
and were instrumental in launching the Foundation’s first multi-million dollar
capital campaign. Tom is a partner with the law firm of Johnson, Moody, Schmidt &
Kleinhuizen PA/Attorneys at Law. Dr. Smith is a Gynecologist, practicing at Affiliated
Community Medical Center in Willmar. He continues to provide leadership to Rice
on the Hospital Board of Directors. The Foundation is grateful for their service,
financial support and ongoing commitment to advance healthcare in the region.
Rice Health Foundation named three new board members to the Board of Directors
in 2014. Dr. Pat Hoeft is a pathologist with Minnesota Pathologists Chartered. She
lives in Willmar. John Christianson is the owner of Christianson and Associates,
PLLP. He lives on a farm in rural Blomkest with his wife, Anne, and their children.
Brad Schmidt is an attorney and partner in the law firm Johnson, Moody, Schmidt &
Kleinhuizen PA. He lives in Willmar with his wife, Cheryl.
Dec 31, 2013
Dec 31, 2014
Current Assets
1,042,734
644,809
Other Assets and Investments
7,256,884
7,485,858
$8,299,618
$8,174,795
TOTAL ASSETS
Current Liabilities
Net Assets
TOTAL LIABILITIES & NET ASSETS
74,819
27,107
8,224,799
8,147,688
$8,299,618
$8,174,795
Not included: Rice Health Foundation also secured a $50,000 grant from the UCare Foundation to
support community wellness initiatives through the Rice ReYOU program.
WHERE GIFTS CAME
FROM IN 2014
Nonprofits
8%
HOW GIFTS
WERE USED IN 2014
Cardiac: Heart & Lung
Miscellaneous
Rehabilitation Services
Emergency/
Ambulance
Cancer Care
Care Center
Women's &
Children's
Health
Businesses
30%
Individuals
61%
Hospice
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Tradition of Caring Award
Rice Visionary Society
Dr. Lachlan Smith was honored with
the Tradition of Caring Award at
the annual Donor Recognition event
on May 1, 2014. He was recognized
for his gifts of support, service and
strong, quiet leadership.
Catch the Vision, be a Planned Giver
Dr. Smith dedicated nine years of
service to the Rice Health Foundation
Board. Two of those years, he served
as president. During his tenure, the
Foundation implemented strategic
initiatives to position itself for future
success; and transitioned from grant
making to a successful healthcare
fundraising organization, better
aligned to help the Hospital achieve
its mission. He was also instrumental
in planning the fundraising campaign
to redevelop the Rice Care Center.
A gift in your estate will help Rice continue quality services that support birthing,
healing, aging and dying.
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Making a planned gift is the single most effective way to ensure Rice Memorial
Hospital continues into the future. Local healthcare services that meet your needs
and the needs of your loved ones and friends today, can only continue into the future
with your planned gift.
Thank you to members of the Rice Visionary Society. Community members who said
yes to keeping quality services like hospice, behavioral health and eldercare funded
for the future.
Dr. Smith is the model physician who understands
collaboration and leads by example. He is a true ‘salt of
the earth’.”
“
Michael Schramm, CEO
Rice Memorial Hospital
We are deeply grateful to Dr. Smith for leaving the
Foundation in a much better position than he met it.”
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Tom Johnson, Attorney at Law
Former President, Rice Health Foundation
Frances and Gordon Anderson*
Harold L. Johnson*
Viola Anderson*
Merlyn C. Kerstein*
Anonymous
Lawrence and Paulette Massa
Lyle & Betty Berglund
Dr. Don and Marlys Mattson*
Marion Blomquist*
Dorothy Timm Meili
Marlys Bunde*
Lily Ann Moe*
Hermena Carley*
Dennis W. Olson*
Duaine Cobb*
Marvin Otto*
Steven and Barbara Ellingboe
Lorraine Patton*
Marvin Englund*
David and Christa Rivers
Lulu Erickson*
Harwin Rudeen*
Christine Foss*
Don Schneider Family
Elizabeth Goedert*
Vivian Sederstrom*
Alvin T. Hans*
Marjorie Simenstad*
Maynard Haroldson*
Ruth Hauck*
Roger and Kay Strand
Charitable Lead Unitrust
Arlys Heinecke*
Evelyn Strobbe*
Orlyn Huse*
Jeanette Zimmer*
*Deceased
Grateful Patients Recognize Caregivers
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The Grateful Patient program provides an opportunity for patients and
their families to recognize physicians and staff for the wonderful care they provide.
Patients and families often express their gratitude with a
financial gift and/or letters to say thank you!
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These individuals and groups were recognized by
grateful patients in 2014.
1. Rice Regional
Cancer Center Staff
2. Dr. Robert Kruger, General
Surgery, ACMC
3. Dr. Michael May, Hospitalist
4. Melissa Mortensen,
Rice Rehabilitation
5. Anne Hultgren,
Rice Rehabilitation
6. Suzanne Keuseman,
Wound & Ostomy Care
7. Dr. Raymond Mellema, Urgent Care, ACMC
8. Adult Health Care Nurses
9. Dr. Anjali Dahiya, Hospitalist
10. Dr. Thomas Lange, General Surgery, ACMC
11. Dr. Steven Bell, General Surgery, ACMC
12. Rice Therapy Suites Staff
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SPOTLIGHT ON: SUPPORTERS
Ken and Alix Behm
Ken was raised on a farm north of Atwater, while Alix grew up in Minneapolis.
They met at the University of Minnesota, where Ken was studying ag business and
Alix was studying interior design. Soon after graduation, the two were married.
Ken and Alix moved back to the area in 1971. They have three adult children who
also reside locally with their families. Together, the family operates Home State Bank,
which they have owned since they relocated.
Ken and Alix have a mutual love for Willmar and West Central Minnesota. They feel
it is important that Rice Memorial Hospital continues to provide quality health care
services in the region.
How did you get involved in philanthropy?
Philanthropy allows us to demonstrate our passion for the community. We enjoy
giving to our church and our community. We have been blessed with the ability to
share our gifts with others.
What inspires you to give?
The Willmar area has been supportive of us, so we have decided to make financial
contributions back to the community, in places where it makes the most impact.
What organizations are you involved in?
We are active members and supporters of Redeemer Lutheran Church, Concordia
University in St. Paul, Rice Health Foundation, United Way, and Safe Avenues. We
feel it’s important that our support extends beyond our faith community and touches
the lives of others in many different ways.
Why is support of Rice important to you?
Rice is a city-owned hospital that provides high quality health care for Willmar and
surrounding areas. We have been part of the Willmar area for 44 years and believe
in building a strong community. It is very important to us that quality health care
remains accessible locally because, it is essential for the future strength and success of
the region.
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Work Here ... Give Here
Rice Employees Go Above and Beyond
Rice Employees aren’t just dedicated to the work they do at Rice
every day of the year. They go that extra mile by making gifts to the
Foundation to enhance healthcare services for the benefit of everyone.
The annual Employee Campaign is a fun time when employees
demonstrate that they work and give at Rice.
“
I support Rice Health Foundation
because it provides equipment or
services that might not otherwise
be available.”
Rachel Cruz
Staffing Department
Employee contributions over the previous twelve years total over
$673,000, making significant improvements in the delivery of care
provided by Rice.
Job Swap Challenge
Rice’s Chief Executive Officer,
Mike Schramm, swapped
jobs with Nursing Service
Technician, Jed Bendix. Jed
was chosen to swap jobs
with Mike by employee
donors to the 2014 Rice
Health Foundation Employee
Campaign. At the end of the
day they agreed, both jobs
are critical to the smooth
operation of Rice Hospital!
“
I give to the Rice Health Foundation
because I believe that the Rice
Health Foundation improves the
quality of care that we are able to
provide to our community.”
Aron Meyer
Nursing Services Technician
“
I believe that Rice Hospital is a
wonderful asset to our community.
I donate to the Rice Health
Foundation because I am proud to
work at Rice and be a part of an
organization that helps individuals
at their most vulnerable moments.
By giving to the Foundation, I know
I am doing my part to promote the
health and wellness of our patients
and community.”
Chelsey Zondervan, RN, BSN
ICCU/Emergency Services
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FOCUS ON: Rice Care Center Progress
Grand Reopening
In October 2014, residents and staff at Rice Care Center opened their
doors for donors and the public to get a glimpse into their wonderful
world of community living!
An Open House was held on Tuesday, October 28 for people who
made major contributions to the three-year Live Laugh Thrive Capital
Campaign. A community Open House was held the following day, on
Wednesday, October 29, with over 600 people in attendance.
After several years of being “under construction,” the expanded
Therapy Suites, two long term care neighborhoods — Sophia House and
Cushman Cottage, and community spaces are finally complete!
Sophia House and Cushman Cottage allow seniors to live comfortably,
enjoy privacy, make decisions about their daily lives, and participate
in activities that stimulate their minds and keep them engaged. Each
neighborhood has its own private entrance, private rooms with private
toilets and showers, as well as spaces for private and community
activities. Amenities include The Gathering Place for large events, Suzie’s
Styles Beauty Salon, a café, and a large canopy with beautiful gardens.
Rice Health Foundation needs $300,000 more to reach its $2 million
commitment to Rice Memorial Hospital for this project. Every dollar
raised reduces Rice’s debt obligation to improve senior living.
We are grateful to everyone who played a role in creating this warm and
beautiful place where dignity and respect for seniors are preserved —
a place they are proud to call home.
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Amenities include The Gathering Place for large
events, Suzie’s Styles Beauty Salon, a café, and a
large canopy with beautiful gardens.
Thank You to Our Generous LIVE, LAUGH, THRIVE Donors!
VISIONARY
$100,000 and above
Otto Bremer
Foundation
Rice Health Foundation
Dr. and Mrs.
Roger W. Strand
Joe and Alice Cox
Fund of the Willmar
Area Community
Foundation
BEN EFA C T O R
$50,000 - $99,999
Lakeland
Broadcasting Co.
H. Willard (Bill) Linder
Margaret Negen
C. Suzanne Torgerson
PROVIDER
$25,000 - $49,999
Ken and Alix Behm
Heritage Bank N.A.
CAREGIVER
$10,000 - $24,999
Anfinson,
Thompson, & Co.
Catherine and
W.N. Bernard
Chris and
Lara Duininck
Drs. Kenneth and
Anita Flowe
Roger and
Ruth Gauquie
Jan Hazen
J.D. Kreps
Financial Group, Inc.
Jennie-O Turkey Store
Tom and Lynn Johnson
Michael and
Rayette Schramm
Dr. Lachlan and
Mrs. Kathryn Smith
Thomas B. Torgerson
Charitable Trust
Dr. James P. and
Mary Ellen Zachman
SUPPORTER
$5,000 - $9,999
Gene and Carnie Allex
Teri and Philip Beyer
Pasquale and
Audrey Buzzeo Family
Chappell Central, Inc.
Amy and
James Ellingson
Family Practice
Medical Center
William and
Anne Fenske
Dr. Patricia M. Hoeft
J.E. Dunn Construction
Linda A. Jackson,
D.D.S.
Johnson, Moody,
Schmidt &
Kleinhuizen PA/
Attorneys at Law
Northern Factory
Sales, Inc.
Dr. Eric and
Rebecca Peterson
Wendy and Joe Ulferts
FRIEND
$1,000 - $4,999
Dr. Douglas W. Allen
Anonymous Donors
Evelyn Austvold Family
Joy and Ross Baker
Jack and Caryn Behr
June and Roger Boie
Jody Braatz
Kjersten Buesing
Andrea L. Carruthers
Shirley and Joel Carter
Steven and
Claudia Cederstrom
CenturyLink
John and
Anne Christianson
Roxanne and
Kevin Covert
Jeannine Dahl
Dr. James Dahl and
Mrs. Marilyn
Rollwagen Dahl
John and Cindy Dean
Kathy and Randy Dillon
Bob and Patti Dols
Darlene Donahue
Joyce Elkjer
Dale and Jonette Engan
Mike and
Connie Erickson
Steve and
Jenna Fischer
Lois and
Kevin Fladeboe
The Floor to
Ceiling Store
Dawn and
Scott Fransen
Dr. Michael and
Sandra Gardner
Steve and Kelly Gardner
Walter and
Raeanna Gislason
Diane Hagedorn
Joel and
Cathy Halbritter
Angelique Hall
JoNell and
Randy Hanson
Deborah and
James Henjum
Janelle and
Paul Higdem
Jon and
Ramona Hilleren
Jackie and
Jeremy Hinderks
Dale and Maria Hustedt
Rebecca Iverson
J.C. Christensen &
Associates, Inc. Sartell MN
Jennifer Jongeward
Mary M. Kjolsing
Wayne and
Sharon Larson
John and
Mary Lindstrom
Kristine and
Brian Lingle
Jan and
Richard Maxfield
Jason and Lori Mayer
Stephen Medin
and Constance
VanDerBill Medin
Dorothy Timm Meili
Cindy and Gary Meyer
Rob Miller
Larry and
Carol Monnens
Dr. Lawrence T. Nelsen
Patricia and Dwight Oss
Connie and
David Peters
Barbara J. Piasecki
Mary Beth and
Jeff Potter
Gregg Price
Kevin and Joan Quinn
Michael and
Chloe Quinn
Sylvia Raasch
Sarah Ronning
Dr. and Mrs.
Wilson Salter
Ms. Beverly A. Schafer
Brad and
Cheryl Schmidt
Bruce and
Mary Schweitzer
Dr. and Mrs.
Daniel C. Scott
LuAnn and
Drew Sietsema
Nancy Skindelien
Laurie Tonsfeldt Burks
Katherine and
Gregory Tweten
United FCS
Jessica and Jay Vagle
Marilee and Eric Vogel
Walmart Foundation
Sharlene Wangen
Debra Westerberg
Lisa M. Ziehl
Live. Laugh. thrive.
Enhancing community life at Rice
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Caring for Our Community ... Together
In 2014, Rice Health Foundation provided $1,050,400 to Rice Memorial Hospital to support a variety of programs and services,
as well as technology and equipment. This support is possible because of your generous gifts to Rice Health Foundation
designated funds and endowments.
The Rice Health Foundation Endowment was established to provide a stable and consistent source of funds to help meet the
changing needs in healthcare. Grants approved by the Foundation Board from endowments accounted for more than
$194,000 in support to the Hospital in 2014. Some of the endowment grants awarded are highlighted here.
Ready for Anything
New Technology Opens Airways
In 2014, there were 788 births at Rice.
A majority of births are normal, resulting
in a healthy baby and a happy, healthy
mother. Grant funds purchased simulation
equipment that enable all members of
the healthcare team to work together and
improve the outcome for each mother
and child in the event of a high risk
obstetrical emergency.
A functioning airway is essential to deliver
oxygen to a patient’s vital organs, especially
the brain. Foundation grant funds have
provided the latest model of laryngoscopes –
the tool used to open patients’ airways.
Breathe Easier
Respiratory Therapists are seeing more
and more hospitalized patients who
also suffer from sleep disorders. The
Foundation funded additional equipment
to regulate patients’ airway pressure,
better manage this chronic condition,
and improve the quality of life for
patients, during their hospital stay and
after discharge.
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Saving Time, Saving Lives
Every year in the United States, more
than 1.25 million people suffer cardiac
emergencies that result in death or loss
of partial heart function. In a 24-month
period, 28 people suffering cardiac arrest
were treated at Rice. When it comes to
heart attacks, speedy treatment is crucial.
Defibrillators are lifesaving equipment the
ambulance crew uses to transmit cardiac
patients’ data to emergency physicians
for assessment while being transported to
the hospital. Grant funds purchased two
defibrillators for the Willmar Ambulance Service.
This allows physicians to monitor patients in real
time and determine the appropriate interventions to save lives.
Giving Newborns the Best Start
Breastfeeding is the primary infant
feeding choice for new mothers
delivering at Rice Hospital’s Women
& Children’s Care unit. Lactation
counselors provide new mothers
the support they need to initiate
breastfeeding. Grant funds made
certification training possible, to
expand and maintain the pool of
knowledgeable lactation nurses who
help mothers and their newborns with
lactation services.
Improving the Health and Wellness of the Community
The ReYou Wellness Program was
created in 2013 to create awareness,
provide education and coaching
to increase the overall health and
well-being of the community. By
offering free biometric screenings
in the community, the Wellness
staff establishes a baseline for each
individual to become aware of his/
her current health status and establish
goals for improving health through
exercise, nutrition and other healthy habits. Grant funding provided Wellness staff
with certification training to meet the program’s growth and sustainability goals.
New Treatment Improves
Swallowing Difficulties
Grant funds also provided training
for speech therapists to help patients
restore and strengthen their swallowing
muscles and improve their quality of
life.
Managing Concussions in Area Athletes
Rice Rehabilitation is able to provide
area schools and student athletes with
concussion management services free of
charge. The ImPACT program is a tool used
to determine when it’s safe for a student
athlete to return to sports following a brain
injury. The computerized testing measures
student brain function prior to sports
activity, so that a baseline is established
for reference should a sports injury occur
at a later date. The program has been
funded through gifts and grants since it began in 2008, and continues to be funded
by Rice Health Foundation, the Earl B Olson Endowment, and the American Family
Insurance Endowment.
Mentoring Nurses
Grant funds from the Hans Dahl Education
Endowment enable Rice Memorial Hospital
to provide a mentor to each new registered
nurse as he or she begins work. This
program allows more experienced RNs
to guide new nurses as they transition to
work in the complex, technical hospital
environment. Mentoring strengthens the
nursing workforce and in turn, improves
the quality of care for patients.
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Increasing Behavioral Health Services: Meeting the Demand
In 2014, Rice Hospital Board of Directors approved a
$1.6 million renovation and expansion of its 8-bed inpatient
behavioral health unit to a 12-bed unit. The focus of the
project is to increase access to inpatient mental health
services by increasing the ability to admit, evaluate, and
treat more patients in crisis.
Proceeds from the 2014 Holiday Festival will support this
expansion with enhanced therapy services and increased
suicide prevention measures. This project will have a major
impact on the lives of people affected by mental illness —
patients, and the people who love them.
“
Rice Hospital definitely needs
these four additional beds that
we’re going to build. There is
such a long waiting period in
the Emergency Room now,
and people come here
expecting to get help locally
and often have to be moved
to other facilities — even up to
hundreds of miles away. This
addition will definitely serve
them better by being able to
help them right here at Rice.”
Dr. Daniel Scott
Psychiatrist
The Rice Behavioral Health staff quietly cares for patients in mental health crisis.
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Annual Holiday Festival
2014 Holiday
Festival Committee
Rice Health Foundation’s 2014 Holiday Festival
was a resounding success! Friday’s Snow &
Ice Gala and Saturday’s Luncheon & Table
Setting Fair, along with a generous matching
grant from the Otto Bremer Foundation, raised
$345,495 to expand the Inpatient Behavioral
Health Unit to 12 beds and acquire Telestroke
technology at Rice.
Committee Support
Sandra Gardner
Gala guests heard KSTP Meteorologist Ken
Barlow’s personal story about his journey with
bipolar disorder and the people who help him
manage his illness to live a productive life. A delectable meal, silent and live auctions,
as well as photo opportunities on a vintage sleigh, were enjoyed by all.
Friends
Cathy Bays, Dayling
Munoz, Sue Olson
Data Management
Linda Switzer
Entertainment
Sandy Roelofs, Rayette
Schramm, Wendy Ulferts
During the Luncheon and Table Setting Fair on Saturday, table setters, musicians,
vendors, guests, and volunteers braved the weather to enjoy beautiful tablescapes,
connect with friends, and begin holiday shopping.
Thank you to our many dedicated volunteers, for committing their time, talents, and
treasures to create another wonderful community experience.
We extend our gratitude to the generous individuals and organizations who support
this fundraising event every year.
Find more pictures from the 2014 Holiday Festival online at
www.ricehealthfoundation.org.
Special Thanks
Special thanks to “Today’s Builders” our major gift sponsors
for their leadership and vision.
Ken & Alix Behm
Pierce Family Foundation
Harris & Connie Duininck
Otto Bremer Foundation
save the dates
November 13, 2015. . . . . . . . . . Gala Dinner & Auction
Food
Mary Ellen Zachman,
Cathy Bays
Hosting
Barb Swenson
Live Auction
Susan Anfinson, Stacy
Donelan
Publicity
Joy Baker, Sofia Mera
Marin, Brittney Odens
Silent Auction
Lara Duininck, Chloe
Quinn, Jan Cole, Amy
Ellingson, Rochelle
Orsten, Ruth Gauquie
Table Settings
Candy Smith, Sue
Soderholm, Audrey
Nelsen, Karla Tinklenberg
Theme & Decorating
Deb Van Buren, Jean
Geselius, Judy Treptau,
Petra Huisinga, Mary
Kjolsing, Linda Wolney
November 14, 2015. . . . . . . . . . Luncheon & Table Fair
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A Year in Pictures ...
Movember
Tri4evr, a local triathlon and running
club, was challenged to raise $2,000 in
November to support cancer patients
at Rice. They succeeded and as a
result, Willmar Police Chief Jim Felt
said goodbye to the mustache he has
sported for 20 years. The “Movember”
challenge encourages men across the
nation to grow mustaches during
November to raise awareness for
prostate and testicular cancer and
other men’s health issues.
Bowl for Rice Hospice
For over 30 years, people of all ages have come
together to raise funds for Rice Hospice with
the Bowl for Rice Hospice event. In February
2014, $26,555 was raised by 360 bowlers in nine
locations where Rice Hospice offer services.
Donor Recognition Dinner
87 donors attended the annual Rice
Health Foundation Donor Recognition
event on May 1st. This is a special
time when donors are recognized and
thanked for their support and learn
more about how their gifts make a
difference at Rice.
ACMC Coders Gift to
Cancer Care Fund
Kids Helping Kids
Sunday School kids from Eagle Lake
Lutheran Church raised money from
their congregation to purchase teddy
bears for kids going into surgery. The
kids were proud to present a check for
$223.43 to the Caring for Children
Endowment that funds this and other
programs to benefit pediatric patients.
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Instead of exchanging
holiday gifts with each
other, the Affiliated
Community Medical
Center Coding Staff
decided to do something
to benefit others. Because
colleagues had experience
cancer, they decided
to show their love and
support with a donation
to WRCC!
We Honor Vets
As a “We Honor Vets” program
partner, Rice Hospice staff recognizes
the unique needs of America’s
veterans and guides them through
their life stories toward a more
peaceful end.
In Memoriam
Gifts given in memory of your loved ones have a positive and continuing impact by providing comfort and enhanced care to patients and families in their times of greatest need.
We are honored that the family and friends of the following people made gifts to a Rice Health Foundation fund or endowment in their memory.
Arlene H. Aalderks
Dorothy Aalfs
Clarice Aasgaard
Elaine M. Adams
Gerald J. Adelman
Matthew C. Aeikens
Gertrude Ahrenholz
Wilbert Ahrenholz
Richard J. Allen
Margretta Allickson
Lester G. Alseth
Gerald A. Alvig
Gerald Ammermann
Jerome A. Anderson
Arnold Anderson
Carol P. Anderson
Dale Anderson
Doe Anderson
Leo M. Anderson
Philip J. Anderson
Richard Anderson
Riley Anderson
Ronald Anderson
Steven J. Anderson
Wendell Anderson
Lorraine Andert
Buck Anspach
Dale Anspach
Gerald and Shirley Antil
Mark Antil
Mary Antil
Kenneth Apel
Barb Ardoff
Greg Arends
Vivian Arndt
Brynn Arnold
James Ascheman
Donald Ascher
Adeline Ashling
Ordell Asmus
Joe Athey
Wilber J. Athey
Carl Aus
Daryl Bach
Allan Backlund
Donavon Baker
Harold H. Baker
Sharon J. Baker
Ole and Helene Bakken
Elaine Bakko
Mary Baklund
Robert Bang
Clara Barkley
Charles Bartz
Mildred Basballe
Gertrude Bauch
Marcela Bauman
Shirley Beachem
Kathy Beavers
Gladys A. Beck
Harlan Beckler
Bill Bednar
Robert Bell
Delbert Bender
Karin Bender
Jerry Bengtson
Chet and Alma Benson
June Benson
Junice Benson
Harold Berg
Irene L. Berg
Jeff Berg
Margo Berg
Thorlen Berg
Jerome Bergeson
Leonard and
Myrtle Berglund
John and Agnes Bergo
Edward Bergseth
Homer Bergseth
Lawrence Bergseth
Doris Berscheid
Viola Bertram
LeRoy Beyer
Eleanor J. Bidwell
Margaret Billiet
Sherry Bishop
John R. Bjorge
Ellsworth Bjork
Shirley I. Bjork
Delores Blank
James E. Bloch
Steven Bloch
Tom Blomquist
Paul Bocks
Lester Bode
Donald Boe
Orval Bohn
Gertrude Boike
Richard Bolstad
Thomas J. Bonde
Melverne Bonnema
Bram Boonstra
Minnie Boonstra
Leo B. Borgendale
Marie Bormann
Philip J. Borstad
Thelma I. Bosch
Donald A. Botker
Alice Bottcher
Helen Braband
Terry Brandenburg
Cleo M. Brandenburger
Caroline Brandt
Lillian Brandt
Jon C. Bratberg
Carol Brecke
Irene A. Brecke
Gorden Breczinski
Lucille Breen
June Breitkreutz
Archie Brott
Jon Brouwer
Joyce Brown
Gail M. Bruder
Ruth Bruess
Anton Brusven
Allan Buchanan
Alice and Bill Buckner
Allen Buckner
Christena Buckner
Glenita M. Buckner
Claude Bulthuis
Leona Bulthuis
Dean Burgess
Melvin Burns
Pernell Busack
Michael R. Busian
Pasquale Buzzeo
JoAnne Cadwallader
Ziegler
Marjorie Cadwell
Carolyn Cain
Charles Cain
Donald J. Cain
Leo “Dud” Cain
Richard Cain
James E. Cairncross
Sherrill K. Calley
Agnes C. Carlson
Evelyn L. Carlson
Gordon W. Carlson
Lloyd & Rosie Carlson
Steven Carlson
Virgil Carlson
Vivian R. Carlson
Darwin Casler
Colleen Caspers
George Caspers
Charlotte M. Caylor
Vincent Chalupnik
Diana L. Chapin
Lucille Charnstrom
Cindy Christensen Bennett
Rose H. Christensen
Gene Christenson
Harlen O. Christenson
Josephine Christian
Arden Christiansen
Rueben Christianson
Evelyn B. Clairmont
George Claussen
William Clifton
Ordell L. Cole
James B. Collier
Gary Collins
Jay Collins
Michael Commerford
Margaret Connelly
Harvey Conrad
Elvera Cooper
Linda R. Cottingham
Michael Coy
Jim Critchfield
Jeanette Cronen
Wilton Croonquist
Milford and Dorothy Crosby
Robert S. Crute
Rossie Crute
Arlene Cuklanz-Kussman
Doris Dahl Hagenson
Robert A. Dahl
Sylvia & Vernon Dahl
Grayce Dahline
Elmer Dalager
Virgil W. Dallman
Marjory Danielson
Robert Danielson
Charles de Cathelineau
Meghan DeBruycker
Veterans of American
Legion Post 258
Allen Decker
Pearl V. Dehne
Ann DeJong
Paul J. DeMarce
John “Jack” DeVaan
Edward Devaney
Ardella A. Dickerson
Beverly Dilger-Jensen
Margaret A. Dillenburg
Lawrence Dilley
Mable Dilley
Harold Dittes
Rosella Dittes
Bernardine Doll
Edward Domeier
Lillian I. Doty
James Draeger
Phyllis DuHoux
Renee E. Duke
Jerome Eckhoff
Lawrence and
Hattie Eckman
Howard Edwardson
Louis E. Eichhorst
Agnes Eickhoff
Boniface Eickhoff
Darlene Eischens
Kevin Eisenlohr
Kermit Eisinger
Roger Ekstrand
Aileen Elkington
Albert J. Ellinger
Nathan Ellinger
Leila L. Ellingson
Peggy Ellingson
Betty Engelby
Carlos Engelby
Joyce Engelke
Marlyn Engen
Iva Engler
Carl W. Engstrom
Obert Enstad
Tom Enstad
Robert Erenberg
Agnes Erickson
Elaine A. Erickson
Gail V. Erickson
Gary L. Erickson
Gladys Erickson
Glorraine Erickson
Nettie Erickson
Patricia Erickson
Val Gene Erickson
Charles Ericson
Clara Erpelding
Robert Ertl
Merle Escher
George Eugster
Zelda Everson
Everett Eye
Amelita J. Facchiano
Alice Ferguson
Jerry Figenskau
Delores Finden
Carol A. Finstad
Dallas Fischer
Philip A. Flesland
Stephen Flickinger
Steven B. Foley
Folkens Brothers
Larry Forbrook
Gordon Formo
Rodney Fossen
David R. Fostervold
Lula Fox
Jordan Fragodt
Hazel Frank
Clarence N. Fredeen
Elizabeth Freese
Leonard Freese
Diana L. Friehl
Audrey Froiland
Carol Fuchs
George Fuchs
Jeanette Fuchs
Cindy Fugleberg
Michelle Hofteig Furnstahl
Donna Mae Gades
Wilbert Gades
William Gades
Harriet Gaffaney
Lawrance Garman
Evelyn Gauer
Warren Gauer
Sylvia Gee
Charles Geer
George F. Geer
Hugh F. Geer
Mary K. Geihl
Kenneth Geislinger
Duane Georgius
Alma Gerdes
John Giese
Edward Gilbertson
Gary Gilbertson
Julien Gilbertson
David H. Gilchrist
Francis Gillis
Glen Oak Residents
Judith Gluth
William Gmiterko
Diane Goddard
Larry Goldbeck
Harvey Goldenstein
Alice Gorman
Max Gors
Jim Gosson
Shirley A. Gough
Myrtle Grace
Allan Grage
Barbara Lee Graham
Jim and Shirley Grahn
Verlin F. Grahn
Maxine Gravley
Henry Gregoire
Evelyn Grieger
Richard P. Griffin
Helmer Grinager
Vivian Grinager
LaDonna Groen
Roger Gronholz
Dorothy Gronli
Leonard Groothuis
Paul Grothe
Douglas Grund
Gary W. Grund
Rena Grussing
Elnor Gulbrandsen
William A. Gulbrandsen
Delos Gulden
Mildred Gullickson
Francis Gustafson
Robert L. Gustafson
Martha Haack
Harlan Haakenson
Betty L. Haats
David G. Hagen
Myron G. Hagen
Scott Hagen
Violet G. Hagen
Walter Hagen
Mavis Hagert
Lorraine Hagevik
Sigfred Hagle
Teeyn W. Hald
Marilyn Hall
Charles Hallberg
David Halquist
James R. Halvorson
Milly Halvorson
Blaine Hamann
Elfrieda Hamann
Donna Hanifan
Allen Hanson
Bertha C. Hanson
Betty J. Hanson
Clifford Hanson
Dean Hanson
Elna Hanson
Eunice Hanson
Janet H. Hanson
Jim Hanson
June M. Hanson
Lizzie Hanson
Lucille R. Hanson
Roger L. Hanson
Ronald B. Hanson
Shirley F. Hanson
William R. Harder
Wayne Harguth
Lawrence Harms
Glen W. Haroldson
Doris Hatlestad
Nora Haubris
Jean Haug
Lowell Haugen
Hawes Family
Susan Hawes
Harvey C. Hawkinson
Helen H. Hawkinson
Doris Hazen
Alice Healy
David Hebrink
Angela Hedlof
Suzanne Hedtke
Lisa Heidecker
Elfrieda Heideman
Walter Heideman
Larry Heinen
Alvin Hengel
Carol Henkelman
William and
Anna Henkelman
Arthur W. Henriksen
Bob Henry
Gordon Henslin
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Mr. C. Howard Peterson (seated) and Family: Barbara, Emily, Jane, Ross and Ann
“
It made a world of difference for all of us when Mom
learned about the Rice Hospice Program and chose
Hospice for herself. It has been almost two years since she
passed away, but we continue to appreciate the palliative
care that she received. We also continue to designate gifts
to support the program so that Hospice can be a blessing
to other families as well.”
Children of Anna Mae Peterson
Catherine B. Hervert
Ralph Herz
Edward Heuer
Vernon Heyer
John Hickey
Virginia Hicks
LeRoy Hieb
Myrtle Highum
Roger Hillenbrand
Lorraine Himango
Lyle E. Himley
Marion Himley
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Mabel Hinderaker
Elizabeth Hinz
Verdna A. Hjelle
Duane Hockenberry
Barbara J. Hodapp
Kurt H. Hoehne
Henrietta Hoekstra
Blanche Hoepner
Ruth Hoernemann
Kathy Hoeschen
Joe E. Hoff
Aaron Hoffman
Harvey Hoffman
Sylvia Hoffman
Theola Hofseth
Bernard Hoidal
Leslie Hoiseth
Lola Holien
Judy Holle
John F. Holm
Lowell L. Holm
Walter Harold Holmgren
Diane Holum
Mildred R. Holverson
Charlotte Holzinger
Rosella W. Hooth
Marcia Horan
Beatrice Hoverson
Dennis Hoverson
Jerry Hoverson
Leon G. Hovland
Clarence Hubers
Vernon Huebsch
Jim Hufford
Alice Huisinga
Wayne W. Hulst
Mabel E. Hulstrand
Lowell Hultgren
Eldoris Hustad
Gene Huth
Clinton Ihlang
Jim Illies
Kenny & Emma Ims
Berdelle Ingeman
Calvin Isaacson
Allen Iverson
Erma Iverson
Roy Iverson
Danny Jackson
Berneil Jacobson
Duane Jacobson
Jean Jacobson
LeRoy Jacobson
Martha C. Jacobson
Donald Jaeger
Arnold Jaenisch
Roger Jakel
Harold and Lorene Janke
Leona Janke
Mildred Janke
Richard Janke
James Jaspersen
Mildred I. Jauss
Justin Jeffery
Wayne Jenniges
Marlene Jensen
Mary Jensen
Connie Jerabek
Theresa Jochum
Velva Johanson
Helen S. Johnson
Bertha M. Johnson
Brian Johnson
Burdell Johnson
Daryl D. Johnson
Deann K. Johnson
Eleanor Johnson
Esther L. Johnson
Gayle Johnson
James Johnson
Jay V. Johnson
Kenneth L. Johnson
Leonard O. Johnson
Lloyd V. Johnson
Mabel Johnson
Martha I. Johnson
Martha M. Johnson
Melvin Johnson
Parnel Johnson
Randy Johnson
Roland Johnson
Sally Johnson
Tony Johnson
Velma A. Johnson
Yvonne Johnson
Orean Jordahl
Einar Jorgensen
Esther Jorgenson
Raymond Jorgenson
Dean Julson
Barry Jungwirth
Zachary J. Junkermeier
Elizabeth Jurgenson
Urban R. Just
James Kaercher
Eda Kalb-Bachmann
Donald Kalkbrenner
Valery Kallevig
Stella Kalthoff
Doug Kampff
Charles R. Kanten
Bernice Karels
Norbert Karels
Ronald H. Karels
Lorrayne Karn
Roxanne Kartchner
Richard Kashmark
Katherine Kay
Catherine Keating
John L. Kelly
Arlene Kemnitz
Ben Kepner
Arlene Kerkhoff
Myrna Kerstein
Glen Ketchum
Robert Kettner
William S. Kidd
Galen Kimpling
Adelaide Kirchberg
Frances L. Kissner
Laverne Kissner
Eleanor M. Klaassen
Nicholas Kleinhuizen
Clarence Klenke
Lee Klosterboer
Clarice Knigge
Della M. Knippen
Robert Knodell
Joyce Knott
Corrine M. Knutson
Daniel Knutson
E. Odell Knutson
Lowell Knutson
Elaine Koenen
Harold Koenen
Vernon Koenen
Agnes Konieczny
Albert Konieczny
Lowell Konsterlie
Blanche Konzak
Elnore E. Kostad
Denise Kostka
Joseph Kotzenmacher
Werner J. Kraemer
Dale Kragenbring
Gerald Kragenbring
Vera Krattenmaker
Charles Krause
Russell Krause
Marvin Krenz
Ethel Krupke
Harlan Krupke
Vern Krupke
Florence Kruse
Harley Kruse
Linda Kruse
Scott Kubinek
Shirley Kuhlman
Elizabeth A. Lackore
Dr. Leonard K. Lackore
Orvis Lang
Rhoda C. Lang
JoAnn Lange
Jean C. Langmo
Kenneth Lanning
Spencer Larsen
Arlene Larson
Bertha Larson
Earl Larson
Edith J. Larson
LeRoy D. Larson
Lewis M. Larson
Milton B. Larson
Orice Larson
Orville E. Larson
Sanford Larson
Shelby Larson
Elroy A. Laumer
Dan Layeux
Alma Lee
Art and Wilma Lee
Irving Lee
Merald Lee
Nancy Lee
Robert (Bob) E. Lee
Robert W. Lee
Tim Lee
Allen Leese
Russell Leger
Donna M. Lehman
Genevieve Lennander
Roy Lenzen
Roger Lewis
Gudmund Lia
Opal Lief
Eleanore Lien
Hildegard Lien
Gerald J. Lies
Theresa Lieser
Lynette Lilleberg
Dorothy E. Lindblad
Bill Linder
Mildred Lindgren
Calvin Lindman
Bernice K. Lindquist
Veronica Lindquist
Arline C. Lindstrand
Dorma M. Linn
Orel Jane Loe
Sidney Lohn
Darlene Lorentz
Donna Lorenz
Judy Louck
Ron D. Louks
Loved Ones
Rupert Loyd
Ethel Lukken
Selma Lund
Rose H. Lundberg
Delmer Lutterman
Mayme Lynch
Palmer & Della Lynne
Lucille Lysne
Lester Maahs
Jean Maanum
Louise J. Mack
Michael J. Madden
Violet Madsen
Richard Magnuson
Allen Mahlum
Lyle Mahn
Marvin Mahn
Joel Malkuch
Jerome J. Malvin
Darrel Mann
Janis Manska
Earl H. Manson
Robert D. Marciniak
Theodore Marcotte
Elaine J. Marcus
Duwain Markgraf
Mervin L. Marquardt
Orlene Massa
Melvin L. Matson
Oscar T. Mattson
Francis Maus
Jean Maus
Emmett A. McCarney
Clint McCoss
Terrie L. McCoss
Ronald McLouth
Tom McMahon
Eleanora Mead
Ethel C. Meagher
Ann & Louie Melhouse
Dale Mellgren
Charles W. Messenbrink
William J. Metzen
Herman A. Meyer
Marvin Michelson
Gayle Mielitz
Glenn C. Mielke
Ruby Mikelson
Ervin Mikkelson
Gladys Miller
Jeanne H. Miller
Kyle Miller
Lenore Miller
Florence L. Mills
Donald Minchow
Dagny M. Minsaas
Milton Mitteness
Inez Moe
Marvel Moe
Melvin Moe
Jessica M. Moen
Milo L. Moen
Roger Moen
Bruce Molden
Doris Molden
Donald J. Moll
Joan Mondale
Carol Monson
Clair Monson
Darline Monson
Ellsworth Monson
Laurie Monson
Wayne Monson
Justina “Judy” Mork
Herve Mortensen
Darwin L. Mortenson
Henry and Josie Moseng
Holly Mosey
Ann L. Moudry
Vicky Mueller
Vivian Mueller
Delmar Mulder
Diane Mulder
Helen Mulder
Shirley Mullinex
Nancy Musegades
Sue Myers
Doris Myhre
Floyd O. Myhre
Wayne Myhre
Gerhard Nack
Ruth Nagel
Mason Nash
Tahib Nash
Henry H. Nelsen
Betty Nelson
Beverly Nelson
Charles A. Nelson
Dale E. Nelson
Delores Nelson
Eileen D. Nelson
Karen Nelson
Leland W. Nelson
Leroy Nelson
Natalie Nelson
Pearl E. Nelson
Shirley J. Nelson
William R. Nelson
Floyd and Lena Nerdahl
Gloria Neubauer
Leo and Marilyn Neubauer
Donald A. Nichols
Ione J. Nichols
Jon Nichols
Alma Nielsen
Curtis Nielsen
Marinus Nielsen
Hazel Nielson
August E. Niemeyer
Junior Niewenhuis
Genevieve Niklaus
John Nilson
Richard Nokleby
Steven Nokleby
Carroll Norby
Bernice Nordaune
Florine A. Nordby
Dorothy Nordly
Ruth Nordstrom
Marvis Northwick
Donald Norum
George Novak
Keith Novotny
Joseph Nygaard
Orwin Nysetvold
Ronald Ochsendorf
Betty O’Connor
Jennifer Odegard
Joan L. Oftedahl
Linda Okland
Peter Ollendick
Arla Olson
Arlene M. Olson
Arnold P. Olson
Brian M. Olson
Carol Olson
Delmer C. Olson
DeWayne Olson
Earl I. Olson
Edward A. Olson
Eugene E. Olson
Eugene G. Olson
Gerald H. Olson
Grace A. Olson
Henrietta Olson
Leonard E. Olson
Lillian Olson
Lloyd A. Olson
Mary Lou Olson
Maurice Olson
Merlin N. Olson
Paul M. Olson
Vernon W. Olson
Virginia Olson
Donald Opp
Adora Ose
Denise Ost
Vivian Osterbauer
Edward Otto
Roy Ouren
Lois Owens
Jacqueline Palmer
Melvin E. Paradis
Ron Park
Eleanor Partain
Alice Paulson
Darrell Paulson
Lory Paulson
Shirley Paulson
Becky Paulsrud
Arden H. Pearson
Gloria Pearson
Michael N. Pederson
Milford Pederson
Mel Peiffer
Dellan J. Pepple
Donald H. Peters
Betty J. Petersen
Linda M. Petersen
Bruce W. Peterson
Delores Peterson
Donald J. Peterson
Eldon A. Peterson
Harland Peterson
Harriet Peterson
Helen Peterson
Irene J. Peterson
Milton Peterson
Ruby Peterson
Vance E. Peterson
Phyllis Petrick
Howard Phillips
Ben Piasecki
Betty J. Pieper
Alice Pierce
John D. Piersma
Dorothy Pierson
Bernard Pillatzki
Wendell Plumhoff
Calvin Plumley
J. Bruce Preece
Brad Preslicka
Mavis Price
John J. Quam
William Quarfot
Caleb Quesenberry
Vivian Rabe
Louis H. Radermacher
Lois J. Rajewsky
Mary D. Rambow
Mardell Rand
Richard Rannestad
Marvin Rasset
Suzanne Marie Rasset
Viola W. Rau
John Rear
Barbara J. Record
Ragna Redfield
Carol Ree
Hilborg Ree
Alice Reese
Eldon Reich
Lyland Reich
Hanley S. Reigstad
Edward Reinholt
Carol Reinke
Noreta Rekstad
Tom Renteria
Walter and Erma Reuss
Lloyd Rhoda
John L. Rice
Daniel S. Ridler, Sr.
Heinie Ridler
Edna Rients
Lucy Rieth
Belen T. Rillo
Pete Risdahl
Henry P. Ritz
Genevieve Robbins
Lillian Roelofs
Bryce Roggenbuck
Leonard Roiger
Richard Roker
Evelyn Rolla
Hattie Ronning
Lillian Rose
Donald Rossell
Ruth Rossell
Carol A. Rouse
Delores Rubis
DeWayne Rudningen
Karen Rudningen
Mary Salter
Elsy Sandberg
Alvan G. Sander
Beulah Sanders
Alvin L. Sandquist
Esther Santjer
Kermit Sather
George P. Saue
Phyllis Saue
Kenneth D. Saulsbury
Charles Savig
Wayne P. Schad
Verlin Scheer
Gladys Schennum
Robert Schilling
Jane and Bob Schlack
Carol Schlenner
Elmer Schleper
Galian T. Schlimme
Herbert Schloendorf
Clifford Schlosser
Rita Schmidt
Sara E. Schmidt
Velma M. Schmidt
Alma Schneider
Walter Schneider
Nathan D. Schow
Troy Schueler
Mary Ann Schultz
Alma Schumacher
Regina Schutz
Alice F. Schwab
Rosella E. Schwartz
John R. Sebey
Don O. Sebring
Leo Sebring
Roger Seefeldt
Janis S. Sellin
Elaine Sennes
Joe Serbus
Lydia Serbus
Frances Sester
Jim Sester
Darlene Severson
Theresa Sevshek
Loretta Sheldon
Alice L. Shemon
Mavis Shuck
Wallace Sigler
Delton Silberstein
Bonnie Simenson
Bob and Hazel Simmonds
Ruby Simonson
Betty Siverhus
Olga Skare
Lorraine Skarsten
Marlin Skindelien
Albin Skogstad
Calvin T. Slagter
Ruth Slagter
Marlyn Slettum
Wayne and Marida Slinden
Stephen Smestad
Debbie Smith
Dorothy Smith
Douglas Smith
Earl and Laura Smith
Mary Lou Smith
Vernell Smith
Theresa Smogard
Stanley Somers
Marian J. Sondag
Carole Sook
Harvey Spaulding
Noreen Sperl
Benjamin Sportel
George Sportel
Karen St. Claire
Fredrick Stark
Minnetta M. Staton
Dorothy Steffl
J. Marie Stehn
Toni Steman
Ann R. Stevens
Jeanne Stienessen
Robert Stienessen
Joel L. Stoeckel
Rodney Stoehr
Stanley E. Stolen
Andrew L. Stone
Lynette Stone
Shirley Storlien
Frances M. Stottler
Larry Strand
Hazel Stratmoen
Valerie Stratmoen
Oscar Streed
Herbert E. Streich
Ann A. Strootman
Robert Strootman
Wilbur & Gert Strootman
Melvin Sucher
Donald Sulflow
Ron Sulheim
Jerry Sumner
Donna Sundberg
Arlene Sundby
Vivian Sundin
Verona Suter
Berdina Svor
Darell E. Swam
George Swart
Connie Sweere
Delores R. Swenson
Howard O. Swenson
Laura J. Swenson
Norma Swenson
Richard G. Swenson
Emil V. Swezey
Harold Swezey
Elsie Swigerd
Jack Swigerd
Joe Swigerd
Rick Swigerd
Mathilda Syverson
Wayne R. Tammen
William Tammen
Orville Tatge
Sylvia Taylor
Dorothy L. Tengwall
Jim Terhune
Susan Thater
Reynaur Thayer
John Thell
Virgil Thielke
Shirley Thom
Bernadine Thomas
Donald “Tucker” Thomas
Ardell Thompson
Charlotte Thompson
Robert A. Thompson
Wesley J. Thompson
Gerald Thomte
Lila Thonvold
Marvin A. Thorpe
Daniel W. Thorson
Eldon Thorson
Ruby M. Thorson
Wendell Thorson
Marshall Thorstad
Phylis Thorstad
Harold L. Tisdell
Peggy Tjernagel
Ruby V. Tjernagel
Ronald Tjosaas
Curtis Tjosvold
Dale Tjosvold
Dori L. Tofte
Orville Tollakson
Dorothea Tomschin
Donovan A. Torbenson
Ruth L. Torgerson
Brad Torkelson
Maurice Turner
Alby Twete
Allie Twete
Betty Ulferts
Ulfert and Lena Ulferts
Walter Ulferts
Gretchen Urke
Doug van der Hagen
Mary J. Van Der Pol
Albertha Van Eps
Wallace Van Heuveln
Jerome H. Varpness
Evelyn Vegdahl
Beatrice Velde
Joe Villella
Dorothy Vold
Irvin Vold
Lois J. Vollan
Irene Voorhees
Joan Voorhees
Inez Vreeman
LeAnn Wadsworth
Ron Wait
Armin Waknitz
Rickie D. Waknitz
Lois V. Walker
Iola Wall
Gordon Wallert
Gary Wallien
Jim Wallin
Elsie Walquist
Norma Walquist
Anna Walsh
Ruth Walter
Steven Walter
Dale R. Walth
Clair Webb
Thelma & Woodrow Webb
Peter Weber
Tom Weber
Lawrence “Butch” Wegner
Lorraine S. Wegner
Darlene Weinbrenner
Jeanette Weis
Ralph Weitzel
Tim O. Welch
Laura Welle
Vincent D. Welling
Marcy Wensman
Melvin H. Wensman
Eugene Werner
Francis M. Werner
Lois E. Werner
Stacy Westrud
Delores Wilkening
Roger Willen
Donald L. Williams
Jerome Williams
Lois Williams
Stanley G. Williams
Mildred Wilts
Jesse Winchester
Randolph Windingstad
Gerald Winkelman
Velma Winkelman
Lorraine Winslow
Raymond D. Winter
Michael Witte
Jean Wittman
AnnaBelle Wohlman
Isabel Wolner
Joseph and Lily Wrobleski
Vivian Wubbels
William F. Yost
Wendell Youngren
Dr. James P. Zachman
Leona Zahnow
Betty Zempel
Vernon Zempel
Bessie Zetah
Delores Ziemer
Donald L. Ziemer
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Thank You to Our Donors
Thank you! The Board of Directors gratefully acknowledges all gifts to the Rice Health Foundation. This listing represents all donors who have made gifts totaling $100 or more
January 1 – December 31, 2014. Charitable gifts ensure the highest quality health care for people of west central Minnesota. Gifts are often given with designations for specific
programs and services, and these designations have been honored. Every effort is made to ensure that donors are properly recognized. We apologize for any errors or omissions
and ask that you notify us right away to ensure corrections are made.
$50,000 and above
Willmar Area
Community Foundation
$10,000 - $49,999
Ken and Alix Behm
Catherine and W.N. Bernard
Lara and Chris Duininck
Marguerite Hoiseth
Lakeland Broadcasting Co.
Pierce Family Foundation
Dr. and Mrs. Roger W. Strand
$5,000 - $9,999
Gary and Nancy Alsaker
Jerome A. Anderson Estate
Harris and Connie Duininck
“
Steven and Barbara Ellingboe
Drs. Kenneth and Anita Flowe
Roger and Ruth Gauquie
Gary and Nancy Geiger
Dick and Jan Hazen
Heritage Bank N.A.
Dr. Patricia M. Hoeft
Jennie-O Turkey Store
David A. Linder
Paul and Lisa Linder
Steven and Nancy Linder
John and Mary Lindstrom
Marcus Construction
Craig and Mary Lynn Meyer
Charles and Sharon Olson
Thomas B. Torgerson
Charitable Trust
$2,500 - $4,999
Affiliated Community
Medical Centers
American Family Mutual
Insurance Company
Catherine and Ed Anderson
Chappell Central, Inc
Duininck, Inc.
Dr. Amy and Jim Ellingson
Family Practice Medical Center
Bill and Anne Fenske
Jodi Fonkert and
Michael Hanson
Granite Falls Bank
J.E. Dunn Construction
David O. Johnson
Tom and Lynn Johnson
Mary Kjolsing
Michael J. Linder
Ronald and Kathie Linder
Medline Industries, Inc.
Minnesota
Community Foundation
Northern Factory Sales, Inc.
RMH Medical Staff
Eric and Stacey Roberts
Michael and Rayette Schramm
Dr. and Mrs. Daniel C. Scott
Lachlan and Kathryn Smith
Jamie and Jugna Swenson
Taatjes Financial Group
Tri4Evr Triathlon Team
Joe and Wendy Ulferts
Dr. Jim and
Mary Ellen Zachman
Thermometers were purchased with a grant from the Caring for Children Endowment. We show
parents how to correctly take their baby’s temperature, and they get to take the thermometer home
with them. What an essential addition to their infant supplies that they now don’t need to worry about
purchasing themselves.”
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Monica Rohner, Registered Nurse
Women and Children’s Care
$1,000 - $2,499
5 Star Walt’s LLC
Dr. Scott and Barb Abrams
Gene and Carnie Allex
Anderson Larson Saunders
& Klaassen, P.L.L.P
Anfinson, Thompson, & Co.
Lewis T. and Viola
Ness Ausherman
Foundation Fund
Bethany Reformed Church
Philip and Teri Beyer
June and Roger Boie
Andrea L. Carruthers
Shirley and Joel Carter
CentraCare Heart &
Vascular Center
Margaurite Chesley
Christianson & Associates
John and Anne Christianson
Sandy Cooper
Kathy and Randy Dillon
Robert and Patricia Dols
East Norway Lake Lutheran
Church Memorial Account
EideBailly Certified Public
Accountants
Thomas M. Eischens
Joyce Elkjer
Mike and Connie Erickson
Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund
Fischer Laser Eye Center
Fraternal Order of Eagles
Dr. Michael and
Sandra Gardner
Steve and Kelly Gardner
Walter and Raeanna Gislason
David and Nancy
Hammerschmidt
Roxanne Haugen
Heartland Orthopedic
Specialists
Janelle and Paul Higdem
Home State Bank
J.D. Kreps
Financial Group, Inc.
Linda A. Jackson, D.D.S.
Johnson, Moody,
Schmidt & Kleinhuizen
PA/Attorneys at Law
Wayne and Mari Kooiman
Dan and Jeanne Koosman
Jonathan and Leah Kreps
Lac Qui Parle
Diabetic Association
Dr. and Mrs. Michael Lee
Scott and Trisha Lindrud
Darlene Marciniak
Lawrence and
Paulette Massa
Jan and Richard Maxfield
Jason and Lori Mayer
Medica
Dr. Stephen and Connie
VanDerBill Medin
Dorothy Timm Meili
Minnesota
Pathologists Chartered
Steven and
Kathleen Nedrelow
North American State Bank
Jeff and Kris Nuytten
Jon and Michelle Olson
Matt and Dana Olson
Ortonville United Appeal
Marvin Otto Estate
Paynesville Area
Charity Fund
Peace Lutheran Church
Dr. Eric and
Rebecca Peterson
Barb Piasecki
Mary Beth and Jeff Potter
Prairie’s Edge Casino Resort
PrinsBank
Michael and Chloe Quinn
Kevin and Joan Quinn
Shirley J. Ringness
Patricia Ritz
Curtis and Marian Sampson
in Honor of Milton and
Ruth Walker
Steve Santjer
Beverly A. Schafer
Kenneth and
Jane Schleusner
Bruce and Mary Schweitzer
Lynn and Mark Stier
Stinson Leonard Street LLP
S. Sweep-Ogawa
LuVerne A. Swezey
The Floor to Ceiling Store
Bradley and Ruth Thom
David and Jan Thom
Steven and Paula Thom
Dr. Charles and Holly Ulrich
United FCS
University of Minnesota
School of Dentistry
Jessica and Jay Vagle
Marilee and Eric Vogel
Walmart Foundation
Walmart Store #1470
Westberg Eischens, PLLP
Willmar High
School Volleyball
Dr. James Wire
$500 - $999
3rd Opinion
Aesthetics, Inc.
Steve and Heidi Ahmann
Dr. Douglas W. Allen
Mary Ella Ammermann
Greg and
Catherine Anderson
Debra J. Arnold
Arthur J. Gallagher & Co.
Joy and Ross Baker
Linda K. Baun and the
Family of Harold Tisdell
Jack and Caryn Behr
Donald and Patricia Berg
Bird Island Community
United Fund, Inc.
Bremer Bank
Bremer Wealth Management
Jonathan Burkholder
Laurie and Jon Burks
Cash Wise Foods
Cash Wise Liquor
CenterPoint Energy Service
Company, LLC
Anonymous Advised
Fund of the Central MN
Community Foundation
Janet and Donald Cole
Conway, Deuth, &
Schmiesing, PLLP
Roxanne and Kevin Covert
Jeannine and Richard Dahl
Jeremy and Shana Duininck
Norm and Val Duininck
Dale and Jonette Engan
Beverly and Russel Engleson
Charles R. Erickson
Rosella Ericson
First Choice
Beverage Services
First Lutheran Trust Account
Steve and Jenna Fischer
Lois and Kevin Fladeboe
Dawn and Scott Fransen
GiveMN
Robert and Phyllis Goff
“
Rice Hospice has been able to
provide excellent care, including
multiple complimentary therapies,
to patients and families for
over 30 years. This has been
possible with memorial gifts and
donations from families served
by the program and individuals
in the communities we serve. We have
patients and family members who have benefited
from massage therapy and healing touch instead of
using pharmaceutical interventions. Gifts also make it
possible for a hospice musician to provide one-on-one
music therapy for our patients and families, helping
the patient engage and relax.”
Lindsey Peterson, Social Worker
Rice Hospice, Montevideo
Nathan and Kodi Goracke
Green Mill
Diane Hagedorn
Joel and Cathy Halbritter
Angelique Hall
Randy and JoNell Hanson
Harvey Anderson & Johnson
Funeral Homes
Fremont Healy
Jon and Ramona Hilleren
Jackie and Jeremy Hinderks
Dr. and Mrs.
Michael J. Hodapp
Helen Hoidal
Nancy and Duane Hultgren
Keith S. Hustad, Jr.
Insurance by Strehlow
Rebecca Iverson
Julie Jerabek
Johnson Fertilizer
Randy Johnson
Wayne R. Johnson
Mary Klenke
Fred Knutson
Lorna Kruger
Pam and Harlen Huisman
Lake Region Bank
Harvey Lange
Wayne and Sharon Larson
Jan and Doug Lindblad
Judy and Larry Lindor
Dorma M. Linn Estate
Reinhold and Betty Lothert
Gudrun and Loren Luschen
Steve and Dawn Lykken
Mannanah River Runners
Marsh USA Inc.
McGladrey LLP
Cindy and Gary Meyer
Michael R. Gardner, D.D.S.
Dr. James J. Michels and
Mrs. Colleen Thompson
Michels
Midwest Urologic Stone Unit
Rob Miller
Monson
Landscaping & Excavating
Montevideo Area United Way
Doran Nagel
Dr. and Mrs.
Marvin Napgezek
Riley and Jill Nelson
David and Gail Nichols
Dr. and Mrs.
Michael Nicklawsky
Jada and Scott Norling
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“
There are patients referred to Cardiac Rehab that cannot
afford the cost of their co-pays or insurance deductibles.
Charitable gifts allow the CVHR department to offer
scholarships that lessen the financial burden of
attending 2-3 times weekly rehabilitation. Without the
availability of scholarship dollars, these patients
would not be able to attend rehab and begin the
process of recovery.”
Randy Kobienia, Exercise Physiologist
Cardiovascular Health & Rehabilitation
Edward and Loreen Nowacki
Jeffry and Pat Olson
Sue and Chris Olson
On-the-Run Promotions
Oral-Facial Surgery, P.A.
Patricia and Dwight Oss
Janet and Kelly Pauling
Sharon D. Pepple
Matthew K. Petersen
Peterson Brothers
Funeral Home
Wendel G. Pieper
Bernard Pillatzki
Plumbing & Heating of
Willmar, Inc.
Gregg Price
Sylvia Raasch
Rambow
RBC Wealth Management
Charles and Sandy Roelofs
Richard and Challis Ronning
Sarah Ronning
S.W. Inc.
Dr. Wilson and
Barbara Salter
Eleanor Sandquist
Ron and Betty Schneider
Lavonne and Kim Schow
Wanda Seidler
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Kim A. Severson
LuAnn and Drew Sietsema
Peggy and Lee Sietsema
Nancy Skindelien
Dr. Cindy and
Mr. James Smith
Southern Minnesota Beet
Sugar Cooperative
Dr. Tod and Lori Speer
Dr. Shelly and Rodney Staska
Mike and Roxanne Steffl
Gayne and Marvelle Stone
Suburban Radiologic
Consultants, LTD
Tackle Cancer
TerWisscha
Construction, Inc.
John and Shirley TerWisscha
Sheri and Kelly TerWisscha
The Happy Sol &
The Rugged Sun
The Oaks at Eagle Creek
Dr. James and
Marilynn Tiede
TSP Inc.
Turbo Turf
Katherine and
Gregory Tweten
Universal Printing / Willmar
Speedy Print
Deb and Scott Van Buren
Dr. and Mrs.
Steven Vanderwerf
Vanguard Charitable
Veterans of Foreign Wars
Post 1639
Stephanie and Shane Volk
Eric and Alice Weiberg
Marvelle and Ed Weispfennig
Wells Fargo Advisors
West Central Sanitation
West Central Tribune
Debra Westerberg
Dr. Ewa Wysokinska and
Adam Blaszkiewicz
Kimberlee and David Yost
Lisa M. Ziehl
Louise Ziemer
Zion Women of the ELCA
Lakeland Conference
$250 - $499
ACMC Credit Staff
Allergy & Asthma
Specialty Clinic
Alice A. Alseth
Clayton and Nona Anderson
Kelly and Mike Anderson
Tammie Anderson
David and Susan Anfinson
Dr. Kristel and Roque Arcilla
John and Irene Austvold
Louie and Laurie Austvold
Carol Baker
David and Mary Baker
Denneth and
Linda Bakkelund
Dale and Nancy Baklund
Dr. Sharon Banister
Geoff Barber
Troy Barrick and Katie Mears
Dr. Dale and Cathy Bays
Myron and Myra Behm
Bennett Office Technologies
John and Helen Berg
Melissa Bergeson
Charlene M. Bloch
Gloria Blokzyl
David K. Bobzien, Jr.
Jody Braatz
Joel and Beverly Bruse
Kjersten Buesing
Debra and William Buffington
William and Jackie Burggraff
Lee and Susan Cafferty
Marvin and Virginia Calvin
Center for
Diagnostic Imaging
Central Lakes Cooperative
Century 21 Kandi Realty, Ltd.
Kris and Corey Cervin
CMA
Sonia and Jim Collier
Community Owned Grocery
Rick and Norma Conway
Lynette Cors
George Couleur
Crow River WELCA
Cub Foods
Nancy and Larry Cuklanz
David Maurice - American
Family Insurance
Peter and
Kathryn de Cathelineau
Bruce and Phillis DeBlieck
Divine House
Dr. Kent and Stacy Donelan
Leroy and Sandra Duininck
Dunham Associates, Inc.
Louise Eichelberger
Heather Elwood
David and Barbara Engwall
Evie Erenberg
Elaine A. Erickson
Marlys and Michael Esterly
Emily Etterman
Family Surgery Center
Ian Fiklin
Connie Filley
First English
Lutheran Church
First Presbyterian Church
Annette and Jon Fostervold
Roger and Barbara Giese
Paul and Annette Goff
Sherry Gonzalez
Granite Falls Lutheran
Church Women
Green Lake Liquors, Inc.
Greg Brock Consulting
Margaret Gronholz
Diane and Gary Gronseth
Lois A. Gulbrandsen
Judy Gustafson
Barbara C. Halvorson
Hanson & Fonkert
Dental Clinic PA
Larry and Marcia Hanson
Sandra and Kevin Hanson
John and Carol Hauge
Meredith Hayes Gordon and
Mike Gordon
Brice and Jenny Hedrick
Jessica A. Hennen
Robert and Carla Hines
Dr. Robert E. and
Connie Hodapp
Dr. and Mrs.
Ronald L. Holmgren
Betty and Tom Holt
Hormel Foods
Renae Hultgren
Drs. Frederick Hund and
Kathryn Nelson
Dr. Philip and Florine Iverslie
Jackpot Junction
Casino Hotel
Julie and Randy Jacobson
Vernon and Beverly Jellum
Mr. William Joas
Family of Helen S. Johnson
Glen and LaVonne Johnson
Gwen and Robert Johnson
Renee and Craig Johnson
Todd and Susie Johnson
Jennifer Jongeward
Cindy and Dale Kennedy
Kelly Jo and Jeff Kennedy
Kent’s Auto Body, Inc.
Suzanne Keuseman
Tami and Randy Kobienia
Ruth Koenen
Joann and Kris Kolstad
Ronald P. Konieska
Larry and Amanda Konsterlie
Chad and Angela Koosman
Lac Qui Parle
Lutheran WELCA
James Langmo
Larcom Construction, LLC
Jean and Curtis Larson
Kay, Larry, and
Brandon Larson
Jody M. Leason
Dr. Jennifer Lee-Pentz and
Mr. Erik Pentz
Phyllis Lieb
Life Link III
Deborah and Daryl Lippert
Dr. Maria and
Gregory Loerzel
Tracy and Scott Lundy
John Mack
Renee and
Douglas Magnuson
Dr. Steven and
Becky Martinka
“
Northland Group, Inc.Willmar
Norway Lake Parish
Dr. Mike and Karina Novak
Lorelee Olson
Marvin D. Olson
Ortonville High School
Class of 1987
Paffrath & Son
Diamond Jewelers
Keith Pattison
PAWS Floral
Iola Pearson
Connie and David Peters
Ronna Roelofs
Donald and Harriet Rogenes
Ross G. Olness DDS PLLC
Dean Rudningen
Savoie Interior Design
Craig and Lori Schellberg
Jerome and Elaine Schliep
Kathy and
David Schmiedeker
Kurt and Kim Schow
Alma Schumacher
James Schwab
Dr. John and Mary Seifert
Stephanie and Alvin Sjoberg
Kay and Joe Thompson
Thrifty White Drug
Thrivent Financial
For Lutherans
Michael and Sheila Tolbert
Tree-n-Turf
Dr. Kevin and Sandi Unger
Scott and Trudi Van Heuveln
James and Kathryn Vigliaturo
Dr. Louis A. Vontver and
Yvonne Vontver
Delmar Voorhees
Sharlene Wangen
Dianne Welling
A weighted blanket can calm and organize the nervous system through the
deep pressure it provides. Gifts to the Foundation’s Rice
Institute Fund are used to purchase the materials needed
and to have the blankets made. We were able to give
36 patients weighted blankets last year. A common patient
response to the use of the blanket is, ‘It feels like a hug’.”
Michael P. Mattson
Mercer Health &
Benefits LLC
Middle Fork Cafe
Joann Mielke
Charles O. Miller
Randall and Candia Miller
MMIC
Ronald and Catherine Moe
Judy Morgan
Nicole M. Muder
Dr. Timothy and
Cindy Mulder
NED Construction, LLC
Margaret Negen
Northern States Supply
Barb Steinman, Occupational Therapist
Rice Institute Inpatient Services
Janet Peterson
Jeff Pierce
Randall and Beverly Pothen
Erin Powers
Jean and Kevin Raatz
Raymond James
Financial Services, Inc.
Mrs. Alicia Reeves and
Dr. John Haugen
Milton Reich
Pauline and Dan Reigstad
Rice Home Medical
Cindy and Larry Rice
Rick Thorson
Insurance Agency
DeAlton and Donna Rime
Slumberland
Marcella Ulferts Sportel
Bruce Stahnke, Deb Shriver
and Family
Anthony and Carol Stamson
Vicki Stenmark
Virgil and Clarice Stock
Norm and Betty Strehlow
Sunburg Car Club, The Trolls
Tom and Coleen Swanson
Ben and Megan Taatjes
Martha Tack
Steve and Tammy Tammen
Thai Body Works
The Unity Foundation
Bonnie and Gary Williams
Willmar Water & Spas
Wing-Bain Funeral Home
Gordon Woltjer
Jan Wrase
Mary B. Yost
Sandra and Michael Yost
$100 - $249
Melissa and Mike Aaker
Pamela Adam
Mary H. Adkins
Mary and Roger Ahrenholz
Airtex Design Group, Inc
Alex Rubbish & Recycling, Inc
All the Rage
American Legion CampbellWilliams Post No. 258
American Solutions for Business
Steve and Peggy Ammermann
Muriel and Thomas Andersen
Amanda Anderson
Connie Anderson
Mrs. Lowell Anderson
Robert and Linda Anderson
Ione and Ronald Andreen
Jane and Roger Andresen
ARCH Language Network
Augustana Lutheran Church
Women ELCA
Gail and Mike Aus
Brooke and Kelly Baeth
Baker Graphics
Janice Baker
Daidre and Steven Bakke
Brad and Barbara Baklund
Lois and Eric Banken
Carole and Lyle Banta
Beardsley Area
United Fund Drive
Harvey Beavers
Rick and Linda Beckler
Rose Beckler
Tracee Beecroft
Jed Bendix
Katie Berg
Sarah Berg
Jerome Bergeson
Angie and David Beyerl
Roxanne Bierwerth
Big Bend WELCA
Big Kahuna
Todd and Diane Birkland
Doris Bjork
Scott and Karla Bjorndal
James R. Bode
Catherine M. Bonde
Margaret Bonnema
Patricia and Kenneth Booker
Boonstra Brothers Buffalo
Diane Borgendale
George and Shirley Borgerding
Linnae and Jay Bosch
Darlene E. Bratberg
Sharon and Roger Broman
Melvin and Kathleen Brouwer
Jacqueline and Reid Buer
Arden Busack
C & S Gardens
Dr. Kenneth and Lorelei Carter
Cary Radesewitz American Family Insurance
Cristina and Lorenzo Chavez
Cherry View Elementary
Fourth Grade Class
Amber Chevalier
Cory Christensen
Shari Christiansen
Jayson Christoffer and Angela
Gallagher Christoffer
Clara City Lions Club
Laura and Chad Claude
Wayne and Jan Clauss
Clinton Combined Fund Drive
Mary Ellen Collins
Linda Colman
Tom and Karen Corneil
Coterie Study Club
Country Stop “C” Store
Betty A. Croonquist
Peggy Crosby
Kevin and Melanie Crowley
Rev. Beverly Crute
Kathy Cruze
Lisa and Ron Cuka
Cullen’s Home Center
Deborah Dakken
Kenneth and Karen Damhof
Marjory Danielson
Reverend John Darlington
Lloyd M. Davis
Dennis and Karole DeJong
Debra and Kirk Delp
Jessica and Joseph Delzer
Roger and Rebecca Deuth
Dennis J. Dilley
Darla and Jon Dillon
Janet and Donald Dokken
Dorothy A. Olson Aquatic Center
Jacqueline A. Dorsey
Sandy Drager and Phil Krueger
Judie and Ken Dunlop
Eagle Creek Golf Club
Eagle Lake Lutheran Church
East Norway Lake ELCW
Ebenezer Lutheran
Church of Kandiyohi
Joel E. Ecklund
Edina Realty
Edina Realty Home Services
Mrs. Lois N. Ellinger
Fanchon and Mervin Ellwood
Mrs. Dennis Enevoldsen
Lois and Loren Engelby
Beata Erickson
Leslie and Gary Erickson
Mark and Sharon Erickson
Mollie Erickson
Shelly Erickson
Steven and Diana Erickson
Fabulous Finds
FairWinds Salon
Dr. Jessica Falk and
Tom Anderson
Feeding the Habit
James and Stephanie Felt
Fenstra Real Estate, Inc.
Wendy Ferguson
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First English Lutheran Women
First Lutheran Church of
Norway Lake WELCA
Louise Fischer
Fit with Mandy
Terri and Michael Fjosne
Dale and Grace Fladeboe
Rev. and Mrs. Robert Friedrich
Ronald and JoAnn Fromm
Garfield Lutheran Women
Gary L. Hern Agency
Jerry and Jeanette Gault
Dianne and Richard Geiser
Galen and Ardis Gerdes
Jean and Todd Geselius
Holly and Adam Gibson
Deborah and Thomas Gillis
Deborah and Michael Gilson
Glasswerks, Inc.
Marilyn and Paul Goeddertz
Marlys Goldbeck
Golden Nursery and Tree Farm
Mr. and Mrs. James Gorans
Gossman Pottery
LaVaughn and Dean Govig
“
Anita L. Hagen
Doreen and Ralph Haglund
Mr. and Mrs. John Haines
Nancy and Bill Hall
Gregg Halvorson
Hamlin Community Fund
Donald Handahl
Hansen Advertising, Inc.
Carrol Hanson Breitkreutz and
Dale Breitkreutz
Janette Hanson
Jessica Hanson
Michelle and Bradly Hanson
Joyce Harguth
Bill and Pam Harrington
Alexandra Hartley
Evaline and Paul Hatjistilianos
Haug Implement Company
Ann Hawley
Catherine A. Hay
Gary and Catherine Hedlof
Barb Heinen
Roger Heinen
Hemker Wildlife Park
Ruby Hieb
Karen and Ken Janssen
Sheila Jeffery
Jen Dahl, Origami Owl
David and Chris Jerve
Johnny O’Neil’s
Brittany Johnson
Rev. Dean and Debbie Johnson
Eunice Johnson
Gale Johnson
Janell and Roger Johnson
Kathy A. Johnson
Kathy and Dwayne Johnson
Scott and Kerry Johnson
Laura and Jay Johnson
Dr. Margaret A. Johnson
Roberta and Richard Johnson
Timothy and Cheryl Johnson
Robert and Patricia Jorgenson
Lisa, Brandon and Neil Juran
Dr. Richard and Linda Kacher
Dr. Robert and Patricia Kaiser
Roman Kalthoff
Kandiyohi County Sheriff’s Office
Kandiyohi Power Cooperative
Employees Fund
Kojetin Farms, LLC
Peter and Maureen Kostiuk
Deborah and Paul Krueger
Dr. Robert Kruger and
Bonnie Wilhelm
LaVonne Kubesh
Joan and Richard Kuhn
Kviteseid Lutheran Church
Helping Hands
Ramona C. Lackore
Ladies Auxiliary F.O.E.
Marie Lang
Marion Larsen
Beverly Larson
Sheldon and Jane Larson
Judi and Dale Lauer
Mr. and Mrs. John Laughlin
Krista and Paul Laumer
Laura Jill Photography
Juanita and David Lauritsen
Thomas Lehman
Bill and Mary Jo Leindecker
Glenn and Tori Leitch
Jerry and Karen Lemcke
Gordon and Deb Lindblad
Eilene Magnuson
Mamrelund
Lutheran Church / WELCA
Melissa and Lyle Mangen
Becky Marciniak and Prime
Therapeutics Co-Workers
John, Isabella, and
Owen Marciniak
David Marquardt
Rory and LeAnn Martin
Robert and Linda Mathiasen
Philip and Jean Maus
Lisa McBrian
Adeline McCarney
Marcus and Rebecca McCleery
Charles and Susan McKaige
Meeker County Economic
Development Board
Dr. and Mrs. John K. Meinert
Lowell and Betty Melbye
Dr. and Mrs. Jonathan Mellema
Kelly and Michael Mertens
Edna Metzen
Ashley Meyer
Rand and Donna Middleton
Dr. and Mrs. Eric W. Nelson
Jan M. Nelson
Jennifer and Trent Nelson
Wayne and Linda Nelson
Heather and Justin Nett
Dale and Kathleen Nordaune
Ronald and Carlyn Nordby
Nordland Lutheran
Church Women
Clifford and JoAnn Nordly
Eldon Nordstrom
Normania Township
Rural Charities
Northern Dewatering Inc.
Cheryl and Dick O’Brien
Allen and Betty Olson
Dan E. Olson
Gary and Rita Olson
Olive Olson
O’Meara, Leer,
Wagner & Kohl, P.A.
John and Pat O’Neill
Robert and Rochelle Orsten
Our Saviors Lutheran Church
Justin and Angela Paffrath
With Foundation grants, I have had the opportunity to complete continuing education in the LSVT BIG
treatment approach to improve the mobility and function of people with Parkinson Disease. It has been so
impactful for patients with improvements such as getting in and out of bed independently and being able
to walk up to receive communion at church with better balance and confidence. It really can change a
patient’s life in a very big way.”
Grace Lutheran Church Women
Gerilee and Robert Greeley
Doris Gregoire
Gregory Gressen
Larry and Pat Groen
Ron Grussing
Mr. and Mrs.
Richard L. Gunderson
Dr. and Mrs. Dwane Gustafson
Elaine Haakenson
Linda and Lowell Haff
Hagen Orthotics and
Prosthetics, Inc.
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Nikki Hjelden, Physical Therapist
Rice Rehabilitation Center
Eric and Nicole Hjelden
Kurt and Lori Hoehne
John and Roberta Holien
John Holthusen
Hope Presbyterian Church
Mary Hovland
Ralph Huisinga
Shirley Hulst
Stacy Hurley
Raymond and Betty Hyser
Immanuel Lutheran Church
Ronnie Ingeman
Gerald and Sandra Jackson
Martha C. Jacobson
Jake’s Pizza
Barbara and Gregory Janssen
Charlene and Matthew Karels
Claire M. Kelly
Verna and Leo Kelly
Shirley Kepner
Kerkhoven Lions Club
Kerkhoven Lutheran WELCA
Jodi Kitzmann
Sherris and Michael Klaers
Elouise and David Klages
Bonita L. Kluver
Lisa Kluver
Lois and Jerry Kluver
Kathy and Dale Knoshal
Beverly Knutson
Eldon and Carol Knutson
Mary Kohl and Dale Thornsjo
Sandra and Randy Lindemeier
Patricia C. Lindgren
Karen Lindquist
Douglas and Vicki Lippert
Scooter Lippert
Audrey and Jim Loehr
Doris and Gary Loen
Donn and Alonah Lorenz
William and Roxanne Lorenz
Dean and Mariette Lovold
Luminaries, Ltd
Carol Luomala Olson and
KA Ernest Luomala
Lila and LaRoy Luther
Marion Lutterman
Roger and Donna Madison
Karla and Gary Mikkelson
Donna Miller
Elaine Miller
MinnCAP
Jennifer Miska
Jim and Angela Mitteness
Iver and Leota Moberg
Paul and Elaine Moe
Shelley Molenaar
Larry and Carol N. Monnens
Maxine S. Monson
Mary P. Mooney
Dr. Lyle and Alvina Munneke
Peter and Carol Myers
Naomi Circle
Mary and Patrick Needham
Anne Paradis
Lisa and Douglas Pastian
Jerry and Janell Paulson
Marlys Pearson
Jon and Sophie Pederson
Marcene M. Pederson
Paula Pederson
Perkins Lumber Company Inc.
Dr. Jennifer Pesola and
Mr. Troy Engebretson
Junell and Vernon Petersen
Stacy M. Petersen
Brenda and Travis Peterson
Rosalie and Ronald Peterson
Judy Pfaff
Dr. Kristi and Mr. William Phillips
Natalie Phillips
Beth A. Piepenburg
Pillsbury Community Chest
Gary and Connie Ploeger
Agnes Plumhoff
Marilyn M. Plumley
Posen Township Rural Charities
Patricia and Roger Power
Judy Rahn
Rambow Employees
Steven Rambow
Tammy Ramon
Kathy and Robert Randall
Richard Reitsma
Steven and Dawn Renquist
Paul Reuss
Joyce J. Rhode
Rice Memorial Hospital
Brad and Debra Rice
Daniel and Debra Ridler
Joseph and Lori Ridler
Rock Valle Women ELCA
Leona Roelofs
Ronald and Carol Roiger
Dr. Paul and Myrna Rolph
Lois and Ronald Roskens
Brett and Pam Rossell
Richard Rouse
John E. Rubis
Lisa and James Rudnick
Wayne and Carol Ruether
Karen and Scott Samuelson
Thomas and Janice Sand
Shannon Sander
Susan Sands
Kris Sandstrom
Douglas and Mary Sawatzky
Patricia M. Schad
Kathleen and Scott Schaefers
Mary and Richard Schieck
Brian and Kristin Schlegel
Chris and Jolene Schlegel
Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Schmidt
Neil Schmidt
Karen and Milan Schmiesing
Donald and Sharon Schneider
Karen Schneider
Lori and Tom Schneider
Justin and Kelli Schnichels
Mary Jo Schorn
Thomas and Michelle Schutt
Ricky and Kathy Schwantes
Schwieters Chevrolet
Marjorie Sebey
Don O. Sebring
Senior Citizen Center
“
Having a cancer diagnosis presents a very stressful time for a patient. Our goal at the cancer center
is to provide the very best care and donations to the Cancer Care Fund help us do that. These funds
make it possible for us to purchase items that help our patients — wigs and head
coverings for patients who lose their hair, gas cards to help with the expense of
driving long distances to radiation every day, and a variety of books for our patient
reference library. Donations have also allowed us to purchase a blanket warmer for
our radiation therapy area, a vein finder to make IV starts easier, and the Well Bell
to acknowledge the completion of cancer treatment. All of these things enhance
the patient experience at the Willmar Regional Cancer Center and we are grateful
for gifts to the Foundation’s Cancer Care Fund.”
Lisa McBrian, Registered Nurse
Willmar Regional Cancer Center
Terry and Lois Shaw
Joe Shemon
Dr. William and Mary Shimp
Lyle and Sandy Simenson
Simply Said
Eunice Y. Skeie
Ronald and Janet Skjefte
Matt and Jennifer Slinden
Carol Somerville
Sonshine Music Festival
Michael and Mary Spain
John and Jean Spaulding
Spicer Castle Inn
Rachel Squibb
St. John’s Lutheran Church
W.E.L.C.A.
Joyce and Rolf Standfuss
Allen and Jill Stang
State Bank of
Faribault Employees
Jayne Stecker
Roger and Alice Stehn
Steven G. Winther, D.D.S
Steven’s Shutter Shoppe
Allard E. Stevens
Lois Stoehr
Eric and Lisa Streed
Nathan and Wendy Streed
Julie Suedbeck
Sunburg Free Lutheran
Sunday School
Linda Swalin
Marlys I. Swam
Harold Swanson
Janet L. Swanson
Sweet Sensations
Barbara and James Swenson
Kelly and Aaron Tauber
Debra Taylor
Mike and Judy Tebben
Howard J. Tengwall
Judy Terhune
The FanZone @ Willmar’s
Kandi Mall
The Original Mr. B. Chocolatier
Chocolates Company, Inc.
Delphine and Larry Thiery
Mark Thissen
Shirley Thom
Chelsey Thompson
Sylvia A. Thompson
Verona Thompson
Pastor Mari Thorkelson and
Patrick Foley
Jerilyn Thorne
John and Linda Thorson
Richard and Ann Thorson
Maylon Thorstad
Three Sisters Furnishings
Robert and Joanne Thurston
Marvin J. Timmons
Karla and Robert Tinklenberg
Julie and Dan Tollefson
Torkelson’s Lock Service
Trinity Lutheran Church Women
Trinity Lutheran of Havelock
Ladies Aid
Tripolis Women of ELCA
United Prairie Bank
Cynthia and Alan Velde
LaGrant Velde
Shelly and Charles Vilven
Marlys Walter
Mary and Randy Watkins
Beverly and Dennis Weflen
Maureen and Stephen Weitzel
Clarence and Maxine Welch
Alan Welle
Brad Welsh
Bruce and Beverly Werner
West Acres Development, LLP
West Central Steel, Inc.
West Central Trophies
Cheryl and Dean Westheim
Jim Westrud and
Cynthia McHugh
Irene Whitmyre
Wick’s Meat Shoppe, Inc.
Brenda and Art Wiese
Wendy T. Wilde
Willmar School District
Athletic Dept.
Willmar Sertoma Club
Willmar Stingers
Dr. Steven and Mary Winther
Tom and Deb Wodash
Women of the ELCA
Women of Trinity
Wood Lake Township
Rural Charities
Amanda Wreede
YMCA
Carolyn and
Coleman Yungerberg
Zion Women of the ELCA
Chelsey Zondervan
23
301 Becker Ave. SW
Willmar, MN 56201
NONPROFIT ORG.
U.S. POSTAGE PAID
WILLMAR, MN
PERMIT #667
320.231.4141
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