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Mary Cornelia
Bradley Society
a m e r i c a n fa m i ly c h i l d r e n ’ s h o s p i ta l
2012 report to donors
Dear Friends,
It’s hard to believe that American Family Children’s Hospital turns five years old this summer. Many of you
may remember our grand opening like it was yesterday. Yet in just five years, we have made monumental
strides on behalf of the needs of acutely ill children and their families. For example:
• We were named a “Top 50” children’s hospital by U.S. News & World Report in seven different
pediatric specialties.
• We have recruited scores of pediatric specialists and surgeons from across the nation, resulting in the
advancement of pediatric care for the patients and families we serve.
• We have expanded and added a number of services to improve the care of children.
• We have cared for children from all over Wisconsin and from 49 of the 50 United States. • Our new patient- and family-centered care practices continue to enhance the entire experience
that children and families have during their stay.
In everything we do, we understand that children are not just small adults; they require specialized care
from a team of professionals. We have excelled at providing this care, and along with that success we have
seen an increase in the number of children needing our care. We now need the hospital to grow with our
success. On the following pages, you will learn more about our new capital campaign – Sick Kids Can’t
American Family Children’s Hospital
• Location: 1675 Highland Ave., Madison, Wisconsin
(connected to University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics)
• Year opened: 2007, replacing the former University
of Wisconsin Children’s Hospital that was located within
UW Hospital and Clinics
• Number of beds: 61
• Number of inpatient admissions: 3,500*
• Number of specialty clinics: 28
• Number of Clinic visits: 132,064*
Wait – and have the opportunity to meet a few of the incredibly brave hospitalized children we cared for
during the past few months.
American Family Children’s Hospital is a non-profit health
care provider that is part of University of Wisconsin
Hospital and Clinics, a 501 (c) (3) organization, located in
Madison, Wisconsin. Opened in 2007, American Family
Children’s Hospital was constructed without any state
taxpayer dollars, and, like UWHC, operates without any
state subsidy. For more information or to support its
mission, please visit uwhealthkids.org or call
(608) 264-KIDS.
We could not have become a nationally recognized center for children and served so many courageous
*For fiscal year 2011
Donna Katen-Bahensky
Jeff Poltawsky
Clinics, received the prestigious MagnetВ® designation for
President and CEO
Vice President
nursing excellence.
UW Hospital and Clinics and
American Family Children’s Hospital
• Number of Wisconsin counties
represented by American family children’s hospital patients: 72 of 72
• number of States represented by American family children’s hospital patients: 49 of 50
• Named one of the Top 50 Children’s Hospitals for
2011-12 by U.S. News & World Report.
• Has, along with University of Wisconsin Hospital and
• number of surgical procedures: 5,457*
• A national model for patient- and family-centered care.
patients and families without your wonderful support. Thank you, our donors, for making such a difference
in the lives of these children who truly depend on us.
Sincerely,
American Family Children’s Hospital
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Family Children’s Hospital launched a new capital
campaign in 2012 called Sick Kids Can’t Wait.
With your support, we will add two more floors,
26 new critical-care beds and several urgently
needed clinical spaces as described on the next
page. These essential improvements, which will
be completed in 2014, will place American
Family Children’s Hospital among the ranks
of the nation’s truly extraordinary pediatric
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A multi-media Sick Kids Can’t Wait advertising campaign features University of Wisconsin Badger Coaches Bret
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Level IIIC Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU).
This unit will provide the most advanced medical and
surgical care possible for the very sickest infants,
giving them a new chance at life. This Surgical/
High Acuity NICU is uniquely designed with all
private rooms and family space, allowing parents
the opportunity to nurture, feed and bond with their
newborn.
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Big Dreams for Little Patients
Please visit uwhealthkids.org to learn more about Sick Kids Can’t Wait, view our new television commercials or make
an online gift to support the campaign. Your gift is greatly needed and deeply appreciated.
Once our surgical NICU is complete, more babies like Max
from Madison will be treated with highly advanced neonatal
intensive care.
Families need to know that there will always be room
at American Family Children’s Hospital for their child or
grandchild if they are faced with a medical challenge.
Moreover, they want the convenience of having the
most advanced level of care provided in a supportive
environment located close to home.
The following steps are needed to accommodate
the growing demand and provide the highest level of
medical and surgical care:
• Expand our capacity to care for the sickest
children by adding 12 Pediatric Intensive Care
Unit (PICU) beds (yielding 33 PICU beds in total).
This project will create highly advanced, private,
spacious rooms staffed by specialty-trained pediatric
critical-care physicians, nurses, pharmacists and
respiratory therapists. For maximum flexibility during
periods of high volume, these 12 rooms will easily
adjust for any level of care: intensive, intermediate or
general.
• Support further development of a world-class
Pediatric Heart Program by constructing a
Pediatric Hybrid Cardiac Catheterization/Operating
Room/Interventional Radiology Laboratory. This
project will ensure that children needing invasive
heart and radiological procedures now performed
at the adult UW Hospital, will instead have them
performed in the Children’s Hospital in a unit specially
designed and dedicated to pediatric care. The Hybrid
Catheterization Lab, supported by pediatric-trained
staff, will provide state-of-the-art care currently
available in only a handful of centers in the Midwest.
• Provide a dedicated Pediatric Imaging Suite
where children will receive X-ray/imaging procedures
with low-dose radiation technology. This will be a fullservice imaging suite for children requiring MRI, CT,
ultrasound and fluoroscopy services.
• Meet the growing demand for pediatric
surgeries and minimally invasive surgical
interventions by equipping the final two pediatric
operating rooms. Pediatric surgery volume has
increased by 35 percent since 2007 and is projected
to continue growing rapidly.
The Time to Act Is Now
In 2007, Wisconsin celebrated the grand
opening of a world-class pediatric health care
facility unlike any other. On the day we opened
the doors of American Family Children’s
Hospital, we knew the need was great.
Today, that need has grown much faster than
expected, and we must respond.
Simply put, sick kids can’t wait.
Wisconsin has never shied away from a
challenge, especially one that champions the
needs of its most vulnerable members – our
children and grandchildren. We hope you will
join us in taking the dream of this magnificent
children’s hospital to the next exciting stage.
To learn more, please call (608) 264-KIDS
or e-mail us at [email protected]
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They Are So Brave
President and CEO Donna Katen-Bahensky is always deeply moved
by visits with our young patients
You see the courage and fight in their eyes. These
vulnerable children, who come from across the
nation, can’t help but steal your heart. UW Hospital
and Clinics President and CEO Donna KatenBahensky knows this first-hand, and is always
deeply moved whenever she visits these brave
patients, be they infants, toddlers, tweens or teens.
“I am a mom, myself,” says Katen-Bahensky.
“When I visit kids in the Children’s Hospital who
are battling a very serious illness, I can’t help but
notice the frightened look in the eyes of every
mother and father. Fortunately, that look tends to
soften with time as the families come to know our
Katen-Bahensky’s passion for expanding
American Family Children’s Hospital was further
enhanced after her personal visits with families.
Katen-Bahensky looks forward to the anticipated
grand opening in 2014 of 26 new acute-care
beds where critically ill babies and children will
be treated in beautiful child- and family-friendly
rooms furnished with the latest pediatric medical
equipment.
“When our beds are full at the Children’s Hospital,
we have to admit patients to a pediatric overflow
unit located at the adult UW Hospital. While
the care these patients receive is excellent,
the environment is not the same as that in the
Children’s Hospital. We want to be sure every
family has the best experience possible.”
“The addition of these 26 critical-care beds
will relieve the pressure we face every day to
accommodate each child who needs us,” she
says. “With enough private support from those
who share our passion to improve the lives of
children, our new fundraising campaign - Sick
Kids Can’t Wait - will make this dream a reality.”
caring staff and sense that their child is truly in the
right place.”
UW Hospital and Clinics President and CEO Donna Katen-Bahensky
cannot resist clapping along with one-year-old Robert “Hudson”
Bowers. Robert was hospitalized for a rare condition affecting the
blood vessels in his brain. At left, cancer patient Tala Henning, age 1,
is held by her mother, Nikki.
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Children and families come to American
Family Children’s Hospital for treatment for
everything from cancer to heart disease to
complex neuromuscular disorders. Moreover,
the children we see, on average, are sicker than
those at all Wisconsin hospitals that care for
pediatric patients.
Both girls pictured at left on this page – Vida
Chute, age 1 (left) and Kirsten Chaignot, 16
(with guitar) – come to Madison from northern
Wisconsin for treatment of cystic fibrosis, a
disease with which patients are living longer, due
in part to advances by University of Wisconsin
pediatric researchers.
Below, Noelle Hagen, 18, recovers from surgery
to remedy hearing loss. Noelle is looking forward
to starting college in the fall of 2012.
Patrick Gerberding, age 2, is held by his
mother, Stefanie, who brings her son to
American Family Children’s Hospital for
treatment of a rare neurological condition,
bilateral schizencephaly. Despite his
diagnosis, Patrick is a happy boy who loves
to laugh and smile. Patrick’s father, Tim, looks
on at his son in the photo on the facing page.
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It is not only hard, but also heartbreaking,
to believe that children can get so
incredibly sick. We see precious kids
fighting life-threatening disease and we
cannot stop thinking about how wrong it
all seems. Yet, when a child needs the kind
of medical attention that can only be found
at a comprehensive pediatric academic
medical center, American Family Children’s
Hospital is there like a beacon in the night.
Ally Jansen, 6 (photos at left, this page),
has been battling neuroblastoma since late
2010, and Giselle Bouldin, 2 (below, with
her smiling mother, Gaelle), who received
a bone marrow transplant in late 2011
for sickle cell anemia, have both spent
countless days and nights on our acutecare unit.
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American Family Children’s Hospital is
also known for its world-class pediatric
surgery team, with surgical specialists
ranging from cardiothoracic to orthopedic.
One of our recent neurosurgery patients,
Emily Martinez, 8 (below) smiles at
UW Hospital President and CEO Donna
Katen-Bahensky. Although she has many
physical limitations resulting from a
traumatic brain injury at age 2, Emily made
a great impression on the CEO.
“I will never forget the expression of joy
on Emily’s face,” says Katen-Bahensky.
“Even though she cannot speak, Emily
knows how much she is loved by her
family and friends.”
Kathleen Fahey, 14, reflects for a moment
after recovering from neurosurgery related to
lisencephaly, a rare neurological disorder. She
has been treated by a multidisciplinary team
of specialists, including pediatric neurologists,
pediatric urologists, pediatric gastroenterologists
and pediatric surgeons.
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A History of Giving
A Message From the
Development Partners
Advisory Board
American Family Children’s Hospital traces its roots to the story of Mary
Cornelia Bradley, a little girl born to Dr. Harold Cornelius Bradley, a UW
biochemistry professor and his wife, Mary Josephine (Crane) Bradley, of the
renowned Chicago industrialist Crane family.
Stricken with measles at age 6, Mary died in 1916 from meningitis shortly
before her seventh birthday.
Spring 2012
A message from the Co-Chairs of the American Family Children’s Hospital
Development Partners Advisory Board: John Flad (left in photo), President of
Flad Development, and Jack Salzwedel (right in photo), Chairman and Chief
Executive Officer of American Family Insurance.
Deeply heartbroken by the loss of their firstborn child, the Bradleys’ loving
tribute to Mary would become a pediatric research and teaching hospital built
in connection with the UW Medical School.
Mary Cornelia Brad ley
S O C I E T Y
B e n e f i t i n g pa t i e n t s a n d fa m i l i e s
o f A m e r i c a n F a m i ly C h i l d r e n ’ s H o s p i t a l
This hospital—funded primarily by the Bradleys’ efforts—opened in 1920 as
the Mary Cornelia Bradley Hospital for the Study of Children’s Diseases.
Mary Cornelia Bradley and her
grandfather Cornelius Beach
Bradley, circa 1915.
After several moves and expansions over the next nine decades, the
Bradleys’ legacy would emerge in 2007 as the world-class American Family Children’s Hospital.
To ensure that children and families from Wisconsin and beyond continue to receive the very best medical
care, we established The Mary Cornelia Bradley Society. Its purpose is simple: to recognize philanthropy
committed to continued excellence at American Family Children’s Hospital.
The Mary Cornelia Bradley Society recognizes four levels of philanthropic commitment: Legacy (estate
gifts); Legends (one-time or cumulative gifts of $25,000 or more); Guardians (one-time or cumulative gifts of
$10,000 through $24,999); and Ambassadors (gifts of $1,000 or more within a single calendar year).
Learn More
As every gift designation is a very personal decision, American Family Children’s Hospital development
staff is available for consultation with anyone interested in learning more about joining The Mary Cornelia
Bradley Society. Please call us at (608) 264-KIDS, visit uwhealthkids.org/mcbsociety or e-mail
[email protected] to learn more.
Dear Friends:
Nothing you do is more noble than helping sick children. Like us, you have
your personal reasons for supporting American Family Children’s Hospital.
Whether or not your child or grandchild has been cared for here, your
generous support has played an instrumental role in our world-class hospital’s
amazing success story that continues to evolve.
With more children filling our beds, the time has come to reach even higher.
With your help, our Sick Kids Can’t Wait campaign will raise the funds needed
to add 26 new critical-care beds and urgently needed clinical spaces to
ensure that no child is ever turned away.
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John Flad (Co-Chair)
Jack Salzwedel (Co-Chair)
Mark Afable
Laurie Benson
Christine Bohnsak
Anna Burish
Debbie Cray
Rick Fetherston
Tom Grantham
Jim Hegenbarth
Jerry Kelly
Rich Lynch
Nick Meriggioli
Tim Metcalfe and Julie Bush Metcalfe
Dan Rashke
Mark and Sarah Tauscher
Ken Thompson
Kathy Trace
Tim Valentyn
Theran Welsh
HONORARY ADVISORY/EMERITUS
BOARD
You will never regret being a part of this incredible cause. On behalf of the
entire Advisory Board, thank you for everything you do for our hospitalized kids
and their families at American Family Children’s Hospital.
Patrick Boyle
Boo Mortenson
Maury Cotter
George Nelson
Cathy Coyle
Jamie Pollard
Lea Culver
Judy Paul
Nancy Dohm
Harvey Pierce
John Flesch
Susan Pierce
Jacobsen
Lydie Arthos
Hudson
Sincerely,
John J. Flad, Co-Chair Jack C. Salzwedel, Co-Chair Development Partners Development Partners
Advisory Board Advisory Board
Advisory Board
Membership
Bob Schlicht
Nancy Kaufman
Linda Smith
Bob Landsee
John Suby
Marsha Lindsay
Sylvia Vaccaro
Charles
Lobeck, MD
David Walsh
Michael Zingg
Jennifer Moluf
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Donors and Gifts
We are deeply grateful to all those who have made a meaningful difference for the patients and families of American Family Children’s Hospital. On the next four pages, we
Rich and Amy Steffen
Automation Components, Inc.
Enterprise Rent-A-Car - Madison
Loose Change Champions for Children
David and Jenny Stein
The Bacus Family ~ Brian, Lisa,
The Entwistle Family
Medicine and Public Health
Dennis P. Lund, MD and
Steinhauer Charitable Trust
Department of Radiology, UW School of
Medicine and Public Health
Brent, Shelby
Evans Scholars House
Steve and Nicki Stricker
Jim and Sue Bakke
Matthew T. Lundgren and Family
Subway Sandwiches and Salads
Kenneth Ballweg
Rick and Judy Fetherston
Sub-Zero Freezer Company
Becker Law Offices
Fidelity Information Services
Andy and Carolyn Gilb
Cynthia P. Spencer
Famous Footwear
list the names of donors who have enrolled in, or qualify for, membership in The Mary Cornelia Bradley Society. These names can also be found on our Donor Report website
Dan DeSalvo Family
M&I Foundation
uwhealthkids.org/mcbsociety.
Design Circle
Maddie’s Miracle
David Thomason
Joanne Becker
DV Trust
While we strive to get every donor name correct prior to publication, we apologize for any incorrect listing. Please contact Colleen Fraser at (608) 264-KIDS or by e-mail at
Madison Area Friends of Piano
Dan and Patti Rashke (TASC) Family
Gerry and Vicki Benusa
Greg and Marie Gisi
Enterprise Rent-A-Car Foundation
The Madison Club Foundation
Tracy and Betty Bergquist
[email protected] if your name is incorrect or if you would prefer not to have your name published in future publications. Your support means the world to us. Thank you!
Brad and Deborah Gleason
Epic
Madison Community Foundation
Bret Bielema
Golden Eagle Log Homes.com
J. H. Findorff & Son Inc.
Madison Gas & Electric Foundation
Richard and Carolyn Blum Charitable
Sherry and Al Goldstein
Fire Fighters Local 311 Charities
Mike and Jessica McCarthy Golf
Flad Development and Investment Corp.
The Mary Cornelia Bradley Society
Legacy
Legends
Anonymous (1)
American Family Insurance
Estate of James Theron Barto
The Employees and Agents of
Estate of Ned E. Bellerue
Roger and Linda Boettcher
Founding Families
American Family Insurance
Family of Helen Bakke, Frederick
Estate of Emma J. Christensen
and Deborah Schwartz and the
George and Ann Croal
Sub-Zero Foundation
Estate of Roman G. and Elma K. Haas
Estate of Eileen Hessling
Estate of Alvin F. and Loraine LeMoine
Estate of Melvin and Mary Palmer
Estate of Alice Piercy
Estate of Dorothy A. Sommers
Estate of Maurice B. Van Engel
Estate of Reed A. and Carolee Walker
Estate of John A. Warchol
Estate of Lyle Weichmann
Clear Channel Madison and Supporters
of the Champions for Kids
Radiothon
Cindy Crawford and Rande Gerber
Department of Pediatrics Faculty and
Staff, UW School of Medicine and
Public Health
Department of Surgery, UW School of
Joe and Pat Flad and Family
John and Jeanne Flesch
Oscar Rennebohm Foundation
Anonymous (4)
Culver Franchising System, Inc.
Pierce Family Foundation - Harvey,
Robert and Dyan Armstrong
Craig and Lea Culver Family
BMO Harris Bank
Dental Health Associates of Madison
Jim Bahensky and Donna Katen-
Department of Anesthesiology Faculty,
Delores, Jeff, Steve, Julie and Susan
Irwin F. and Linda S. Smith
University of Wisconsin Medical
Foundation
University of Wisconsin School of
Medicine and Public Health
Bahensky
Theodore W. Batterman Family
Foundation
Health
Legends
AAA Wisconsin
The Bill and Signe Buchholz Family
Capitol Bank
Kristina P. Schultz - Caps for the Cure
Supporters of the Champions for Kids
Radiothon
George Fait Family
J. F. Ahern Co.
Clear Channel Madison
John and Coleen Flad Family
Alliant Energy Foundation
Copper for Kids
Friends of University of Wisconsin
American Girl
Coyle Contract
AnchorBank and Anchor Foundation
George and Ann Croal
Donald and Marilyn Anderson
J. P. Cullen Family Foundation
Gordon Flesch Co.
Terry Bolz
Michael and Kari Grasee
Tri-ing For Children’s, Inc.
R.D. and Joy Boschulte
Gunder Family Charitable Gift Fund
Unity Health Insurance
Jeff Bosco
Ann and Rob Hamilton
Rozanne Flesch
McKesson Health Systems
U.S. BANK
Tami Bosco
Mark and Debbie Hamilton
Dr. Gregory and Mrs. Nancy Gallo
Nick and Barb Meriggioli
UW Credit Union
Tom and Jennifer Brazelton
Heery-HLM
Gregory and Penny Gallo
Julie Bush Metcalfe
Sylvia and James Vaccaro
Charles and Linda Brei
Jim and Amy Hegenbarth
Carl and Sheila Getto
Mielcarek Family Foundation and
Robert and Mary Voss
Brink and Associates
David and Melissa Holman
Arnold and Ellen Wald
Tim and Deb Constien
Hooper Corporation and General
George and Candy Gialamas
Hallman/Lindsay Paints
Mortenson Family Foundation
John E. Wall Family and DEMCO
Justin and Wendy Cruz
Gary and Shirley Howard
Greater Bucky Open
NFL Alumni Madison Chapter
Robert and Marlene Wilson
Robert and Diane Dempsey
Bermans and Jenny Iskandar
Green Bay Packers
James and Casey Nick
Wisconsin Dance Marathon
Department of Family Medicine,
David Jacobsen and
Christopher and Ann Green
Noodles & Company
WISC - TV
UW School of Medicine and
Group Health Cooperative of South
Promega Corporation
WKOW - TV
Public Health
Jeff and Judi Raymond Family
Paul and Kay Young
UW School of Medicine and
HDR Architecture
Robert and Jean Rennebohm
Family of Julie Zdeblick
Public Health
Diane and A.J. Heatley
J. P. and Beth Richards Family
Joe and Lydie Arthos Hudson
Jack and Sarah Salzwedel
UW School of Medicine and
Hyundai Hope on Wheels
Daniel and Patricia Schultz
Public Health
Kelly Family Foundation
The Sekelsky Family
Bernard and Sally Kuebler Killoran
Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity /
Roger and Linda Boettcher
The Buchholz Planning Corporation
Friends of Tyler’s Place
Foundation
Tom and Ruthann Grantham
Department of Dermatology,
Dr. Kok-Peng Yu and Dr. Anna Lee
Mrs. Josephine Crane Bradley
Jeff and Kristin Tracy Family and
Patrick and Mary Cotter
Public Health
Mortimer B. Zuckerman
of Madison, Inc.
Corporation (TASC)
Helen and Terrence Wall
Black Belt America
Dr. Harold Cornelius Bradley and
Ronald McDonald House Charities
Total Administrative Services
Milio’s Sandwiches
Estate of Reed A. and Carolee Walker
Shen Family
Tournament
Foundation
James and Kim Gilmore Family
UW School of Medicine and
Chartwell Wisconsin
Kohl’s Department Stores
UW School of Medicine and Public
Michael and Kim Bentz
Affiliated Engineers, Inc.
Medicine and Public Health
Hospital and Clinics
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Marvin J. Levy
Laboratory Medicine, UW School of
Department of Pathology and
Department of Human Oncology,
UW School of Medicine and
Public Health
Department of Neurological Surgery,
Department of Neurology,
Department of Ophthalmology and
Central Wisconsin (GHC-SCW)
Guardians
Mark and Peggy Afable
Visual Sciences, UW School of
The Kresge Foundation
Medicine and Public Health
Jerome and Joan Kuypers Family
Sing for the Children
Anonymous (6)
Dale Leibowitz and Amy Kaster
Kent and Donna Sollenberger Family
Ariens Company
Robert F. Lemanske, Jr., MD
Staff Electric Co., Inc.
Associated Bank
Irving and Dorothy Levy
State Collection Service, Inc.
Attainment Company
Department of Orthopedic Surgery,
UW School of Medicine and
Public Health
Tour de Touchdown
American TV
Department of Medicine, UW School of
Medicine and Public Health
Department of Obstetrics and
Gynecology, UW School of Medicine
and Public Health
Department of Psychiatry, UW School of
Medicine and Public Health
Division of Pediatric Pulmonology
Michael’s Frozen Custard
Edgewood High School and Wisconsin
Basketball Coaches Association
Gary and Barbara Eiler
Jim and Mary Eldridge
Heating and Air Conditioning
Susan Pierce Jacobsen
Brent and JoAnn Johnson
Junior League of Madison Inc.
Kaufman Hall and Associates Inc.
Daniel and Lena Kelly
Jerry and Carol Kelly
Connie Kinsella
Kristin Kirkconnell
Michael and Annette Knapstein
Stuart and Mary Banks Knechtle Family
Lands’ End Inc.
Fred and Mary Laufenberg
Jeff Levy
Christopher and Mary Listau
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Joel London and Cheryl Kendall
Stephen and Jeri Lose
Family and Friends of Laurie Ricciardelli
Meade
Peter and Julie Weil
Central Wisconsin Equipment
Gary and Mary Housner
Mike and Jessica McCarthy Golf Tournament
Scott and Vicki Seymour
Theran, Julie, Jackson, Taylor and
Supporters of the Champions for Kids
IBM Corporation
Thomas McClaren
Shared Health Services Corp.
J.T. Packard
McKesson Corporation
Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity /
Radiothon
LYCON Inc.
Claude Rochon, RN
Maddie’s Fund
Alicia Rose “Victorious” Foundation
Tractors Gone Wild
Clear Channel Madison
Jim and Tammy Jelinek
McKesson Health Systems
Madigan Family Foundation
Roundy’s Supermarkets
Bill and Shela Westrate
Tim and Deb Constien
Brandi Leigh Jelle
Nick and Barb Meriggioli
Skipper Bud’s Madison/Mad City Ski Team
Terry and Ann Wilkerson
Copper for Kids
JPMorgan Chase
Messiah Lutheran Church
Irwin F. and Linda S. Smith
Madison Fireworks Fund
(Copps & Pick �n Save)
Lauren Welsh
Tour de Touchdown
Doug and Patty Malmquist
Rubloff Development Group
Wisconsin Built
Core BTS Inc.
Cost Cutters of Madison
Tim Metcalfe
John and Pamela Stampen
Mr. Mario Mancusi-Ungaro and
George and Cheryl Ryniak
Wisconsin Capital Management
Cindy Crawford and Rande Gerber
MillerCoors
Rich and Amy Steffen
Ambassadors
Dale Leibowitz and Amy Kaster
Bret and Sara Saalsaa
George and Ann Croal
Daniel and Lena Kelly
Nicholas and Elaine Mischler
David and Jenny Stein
Dental Health Associates of Madison
Dr. Maureen McCausland
Peter and Jennifer Marino Family
Jeffrey and Joy Schleusner
Joe and Stephanie Martino
Jeffrey and Mary Schmoeger
Dale and Lila Mathwich
Select Comfort
Matthew’s Miracle Network
Scott and Vicki Seymour
Bernard and Susan McCartan
Sherman Plaza, Inc.
Al and Karen Meyer
Michael and Paulette Siebers
Mid-State Equipment
Abby Smith
MillerCoors
Jeff and Kathleen Smith
Fred and Mary Mohs
Hans and Mary Lang Sollinger
Darnell, Loretta and Maya Moore
Alice and Chris, Noel and Sean Spencer
Murphy and Desmond SC
John and Pamela Stampen
MyMenu
Tim and Ann Sweeney
Ken and Carrie Noonan Family
Donald and Judith Taylor
Novo Nordisk Pharmaceuticals
TDS Long Distance Corporation
Oscar Mayer / Kraft Foods
TeamSoft, Inc. - Paul and Olga Heberer,
Park Bank
Eric and Nancy Larson, Brian and
Pepsi-Cola Company/Madison
Karen Worden
Daniel and Mary Petersen
TechlineUSA
Bruce and Deborah Pfaff
TeleTracking Technologies Inc.
Philips Medical Systems
John and Mary Kay Thedinga
Jeffrey Pierce
Jason and Mary Theilen
Richard and Sheila Plotkin
Thomas and Ruth Thielke
Pointman Inc.
Joe and Kay Tisserand
Ellen and Jamie Pollard
Steven and Mariann Tjugum
Jeff Poltawsky and Tom Arnhold
Towers Watson
Jerry and Diana Rekowski
U.S. Cellular
Polly ReQua
UW Class of 1950
Restaino & Associates Realtors
Veridian Foundation
Relocation
Wal-Mart Foundation
Joe and Jan Zwettler
Calendar Year 2011
Lauren Burcalow Kelly
Vicki Moeser
Steinhauer Charitable Trust
Dr. Heather Donovan
Kelly Family Foundation
Richard Moll
Strand Associates Inc.
EMC Corporation
Friends of Ellie Kennedy
Murphy and Desmond SC
Subway Sandwiches and Salads
Robert and Susan Engelke
Bernard and Sally Kuebler Killoran
Robert and Marianne Nemeth
Tom and Cindy Sullivan
T.Q. Diamonds
Mark and Peggy Afable
Epic
Michael and Leslie Kim
Red Arrow Employees Fundraiser
Affiliated Engineers, Inc.
Evans Scholars House
Kristin Kirkconnell
NFL Alumni Madison Chapter
Ten/Tenths Ltd. Isthmus Sailboards
Alien Golf Outing
Rick and Judy Fetherston
Josh and Kristen Klein
Tom, Julia and Laura Nicholas
John and Mary Kay Thedinga
Alliant Energy Foundation
Fidelity Information Services
Michael and Annette Knapstein
Robert Nourse and De-Ann Pillers
Jason and Mary Theilen
American Bottling Company
J. H. Findorff & Son Inc.
Kohl’s Department Stores
Merge Healthcare
David Thomason
Kollege Klub
Estate of Melvin and Mary Palmer
Thompson Investment Management
American Family Insurance
Flad Development and Investment Corp.
American Family Insurance District 27
John and Coleen Flad Family
John and Lynn Kryger
Park Bank
Ken, Kristine, Leah and Lucas Thompson
Donald and Marilyn Anderson
John and Jeanne Flesch
Jerome and Joan Kuypers Family
James and Michelle Parks
Thursday’s Child
Ariens Company
FORESTERS
Lancaster Sports Boosters
Nakoma Golf Club
Norris and Alice Tibbetts
Robert and Dyan Armstrong
Friends of University of Wisconsin
Robert F. Lemanske, Jr., MD
Daniel and Mary Petersen
Tractors Gone Wild
Marvin J. Levy
Nanette Peterson and James Stangel
Tuttle Lithography
Christopher and Mary Listau
Pierce Family Foundation - Harvey, Delores,
Unity Health Insurance
BMO Harris Bank
Badger Motor Officers Assn.
Jim Bahensky and
Donna Katen-Bahensky
Kimberly Baker
Kenneth Ballweg
Gerry and Vicki Benusa
Tracy and Betty Bergquist
Black Belt America
Roger and Linda Boettcher
Mary Borenz
The Bill and Signe Buchholz Family
Andy and Anna Burish
Capitol Bank
Kristina P. Schultz - Caps for the Cure
Hospital and Clinics
Lands’ End Employees–
Departments 410 & 468
Loose Change Champions for Children
Jeff, Steve, Julie and Susan
UW Credit Union
Carl and Sheila Getto
Maddie’s Miracle
Placke Farms Inc.
David and Jill Vander Mause
Andy and Carolyn Gilb
Madigan Family Foundation
Project Strong
Vita Plus
James and Kim Gilmore Family
The Madison Club Foundation
Richard and Melody Reas
Arnold and Ellen Wald
Brad and Deborah Gleason
Madison Gas & Electric Co.
Jerry and Diana Rekowski
Bill and Shela Westrate
Tom and Ruthann Grantham
Mr. Mario Mancusi-Ungaro and
J. P. and Beth Richards Family
Wisconsin Aviation
Claude Rochon, RN
Wisconsin Built
Michael and Kari Grasee
Dr. Maureen McCausland
University of Wisconsin - Green Bay
Peter and Jennifer Marino Family
Bret and Sara Saalsaa
Wisconsin Dance Marathon
Green Bay Packers
Margie Martin
Jack and Sarah Salzwedel
WKOW-TV
Gunder Family Charitable Gift Fund
Joe and Stephanie Martino
Friends and Family of Scott Schanke
Woodlands Senior Park
The Haldeman Family
Jeffrey and Amanda Yunke
Duane and Alice Matson
Jeffrey and Joy Schleusner
Jim and Amy Hegenbarth
Matthew’s Miracle Network
Jeffrey and Mary Schmoeger
David and Melissa Holman
Brad and Jill Maxfield
Jason and Lori Schwager
American Family Children’s Hospital
Hospital Leadership
DONNA KATEN-BAHENSKY
President and CEO
UW Hospital and Clinics and
American Family
Children’s Hospital
JEFF POLTAWSKY, FACHE
Vice President
American Family
Children’s Hospital
ELLEN WALD, MD
Chair, Department of Pediatrics
UW School of Medicine
and Public Health
Pediatrician-in-Chief,
American Family
Children’s Hospital
JENNIFER BRAZELTON
Director, Pediatric Clinics
American Family
Children’s Hospital
BARBARA BYRNE, DNP, RN, PNP-BC
Director of Pediatric Nursing
and Clinical Services
American Family
Children’s Hospital
NAN PETERSON, RN, MS
Program Director,
Child Health Advocacy
American Family
Children’s Hospital
DIANE HEATLEY, MD
Associate Professor, Pediatric Otolaryngology
Medical Director and
Interim Surgeon-in-Chief
American Family
Children’s Hospital
Philanthropy Staff
NANCY FRANCISCO-WELKE
Senior Managing Director of Development
Medical Advancement Group
UW Foundation
BETH BLUM
UW Hospital and Clinics
COLLEEN FRASER
American Family
Children’s Hospital
JIM GILMORE
American Family
Children’s Hospital
STEVEN RAMIG JR.
UW Foundation
TERRI SPRING
American Family
Children’s Hospital
KRISTINE THOMPSON
American Family
Children’s Hospital
TOM YOUNG
American Family
Children’s Hospital
The Sekelsky Family
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Fundraising Event Highlights
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Copper for Kids
Mike and Jessica McCarthy Golf Tournament
Key Up for Kids
Recycled scrap copper from hospital construction
projects has raised more than $170,000 for the
Children’s Hospital since 2006.
Hosted by Green Bay Packers Head Coach Mike
McCarthy and his wife, Jessica, this tournament
has raised $220,000 through its first two years.
Piano students raised more than $9,000 during a
daylong Piano Playathon sponsored by Madison
Area Friends of Piano.
Get in the Game Gala
Wisconsin Dance Marathon
Radiothon
Friends of UW Hospital and Clinics hosted 1,100
guests in February 2012, raising $470,000.
More than 300 UW-Madison students danced the
night away in March, raising $65,000.
Tracy and Mike of 96.3 Star Country in Madison
helped raise $528,000 during the three-day, 39-hour
Champions for Kids Radiothon in May.
“They Are
So Brave”
University of Wisconsin
Hospital and Clinics
600 Highland Ave., H4/810
Madison, WI 53792
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Holly inside
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