WCCF Welcomes New Board Members

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The Waukesha County Community Fund Board of Directors recently welcomed three new members: Victor Schultz, Fred Stier, and Judie Taylor.

Victor Schultz is the President and Chief Fiduciary Officer of Prairie Trust, a division of Waukesha State Bank. Prior to his tenure at WSB, he worked with BMO Private Bank and Marshall and Ilsley Trust Company in estate planning. He is particularly interested in, and knowledgeable about, trust laws and has been working at the state level to refine, modernize and improve Wisconsin trust laws.

Victor is active in the Greater Milwaukee community, and serves on the boards of several nonprofits, including the Waukesha County Business Alliance, the Children’s Hospital Planned Giving Council and Wispact Attorney Advisory Council. Victor and his wife, Jayna, reside in Brookfield.

Fred Stier is the CEO of Stier Construction Inc. a commercial construction company. Fred is active on the boards of Carroll University, LaCasa de Esperanza Foundation, the Waukesha County Business Alliance, and LindenGrove Foundation, among others.

Fred was the 2016 recipient of WCCF’s Celebration of Giving award, which honors individuals who have exhibited charitable giving to nonprofit organizations in Waukesha County and beyond, and who encourage others to contribute by example or through volunteer activity.

Fred and his wife, Patty, reside in Waukesha.

Judie Taylor is the former President and CEO of DUECO, Inc., a family-owned utility equipment manufacturing business. She is currently the Chairman of the board of Utility Equipment Holding Corporation (UEHC) and serves on the boards of Mount Mary University, DSHA High School and St. Camillus Retirement Community.

She was recognized as a 2012 Woman of Influence by the Milwaukee Business Journal. Judie lives in Oconomowoc.

Ann Tesmer has been with Froedtert Health for nearly 20 years, currently serving as Senior Vice President of Clinical Operations. She focused on direct patient care, specifically in occupational therapy, early in her career but has transitioned to operations management and strategic planning over the years.

Ann is active with the Oconomowoc Food Pantry. She and her husband, Dan DeBehnke, reside in Oconomowoc. 

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