Please join the Gundersen Medical Foundation in welcoming these new board members.
Dustin Cunningham holds a bachelor of science in finance and is a certified financial planner for Trust Point. He has worked in estate planning and investment management. "I find it very rewarding helping clients develop a customized financial plan that represents their values, goals and seeing those achieved over time," says Dustin.
Dustin grew up in Onalaska and now lives in the Holmen area with his wife, Ali, and their daughter. He spends much of his free time outdoors hunting, hiking and biking or competing on local ball diamonds. Dustin is also a charter member of the Onalaska Hilltopper Rotary Club.
Betty Kabara has long been a major supporter of Gundersen Medical Foundation. She and her husband, Jon, donated money to establish the Kabara Cancer Research Institute in 2008. Jon started Med-Chem Labs, Inc., which produces nutritional supplements. Betty used her business sense to help grow the company. In 2005, the couple established the Kabara Institute for Entrepreneurial Studies at Saint Mary's University in Winona, Minn.
Since Jon's death in 2011, Betty has served as president and CEO of Med-Chem Labs., Inc. and continues her commitment to St. Mary's University and Gundersen Medical Foundation.
Gregory Marso, CPA, MBT
Gregory Marso, CPA, MBT, is a partner in JRM CPAs in Onalaska. He has spent his 16-year career in public accounting, spending half of that time working for a national firm, which provided him with a breadth and depth of experience on many higher level transactions. His primary focus is working with closely held businesses and their owners, providing in-depth tax planning, business and financial advice.
Greg has been active in many community organizations including Rotary, Tri-Quest, the Children's Museum of La Crosse and Onalaska Park and Recreation. He has a bachelor of science. in accounting and a master's in business taxation.
Rosanne Schulz holds a bachelor's degree in nursing and a master's in public health. She's currently a complex case manager in Quality Management for Quartz Health Plan and has served in many other roles including teacher, leader and clinical nurse. At Gundersen, Rosanne has served on numerous committees, often as the chair, and has earned awards and recognition for her teaching and leadership. Before joining Gundersen 30 years ago, she held a variety of healthcare positions in Winona and St. Paul, Minn.
Rosanne has volunteered with Gundersen Global Partners and World Services, travelling to Nicaragua and Russia on health missions.
Glena Temple, PhD
Glena Temple, PhD, became president of Viterbo University in 2017. Glena has held other leadership roles on campus including department chair, Honors Program director and associate vice president for Academic Affairs. Beyond Viterbo, Glena has been involved in the Council of Undergraduate Research, Amie L. Mathy Center for Recreation and Education, and Weber Center for the Performing Arts.
Glena earned a bachelor's degree in Biology, a doctorate in botany and plant sciences, and an master's degree in educational policy and administration. A native of Rochester, N.Y., Glena and her husband, Stephen, have lived in the La Crosse area since 1999.
Kathy Wieser earned a bachelor's degree in community health education from the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. She was a community health educator with Gundersen for 10 years, providing preventive health education for adolescents. Kathy's husband, Brian, co-owns Wieser Brothers General Contractor and Kathy helps out in the social planning for the company and their philanthropic efforts with community organizations.
Kathy also volunteers and enjoys cooking, traveling and spending time with family. "As a member of Gundersen Medical Foundation Board of Directors I support improving the lives of those in our community and sharing my experience in healthcare," says Kathy.
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