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St. Joseph Food Program honors founder with retirement celebration

10:01 PM, Jul. 3, 2013  |  Comments
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Tom Schiltz, founder of St. Joseph Food Program recently retired after 31 years of service to St. Joe's and was celebrated Thursday evening by friends of the program, family, staff and board members. "Tom is an inspiration. Our community is a better place because of Tom and his desire to help others who find themselves going through hard economic times" said Steve Borden, Board President for St. Joseph Food Program, Inc.

Pictured with Tom Schiltz: Front row l-r, Angie Ceranski (board member), Tom Schiltz, Monica Clare (Executive Director), Karen Ziemke (Development Director), Pachia Lor (Administrative Assistant), Back Row l-r, Jeff Holecko (board member), Jim Hyde (Board member), Doug Sachs (Board Secretary), Lou Blasczyk (Board member), Steve Borden (Board President), Jim Wanek, (Warehouse Manager), and Mike Dejno (Board Treasurer).

St. Joseph Food Program is a private 501 (C) (3) and does not receive any government funding. St. Joe's is located at 1465 Opportunity Way, Menasha. Program hours are Monday-Friday 9:30-11:30 and Monday evenings

5:30- 7:45. You may contact St. Joe's at 920/734-9461 or visit the website at stjoesfoodprogram.org.

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