Name Picture Description
Bob Weaver

Bob Weaver

Bob Weaver is a Merrill High School graduate and has a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration from Spencerian College (now known as Concordia University Wisconsin). He is a Vietnam Era Veteran, and was in the US Army from 1966-1968. He also was a volunteer in the Peace Corps in Morocco from 1990-1991. Bob is a retired small business owner, having been a plumbing contractor and Master Plumber. He has served 20 years, non-concurrently, on the Lincoln County Board with his current major committee assignments comprising the Pine Crest Nursing Home as Trustee, North Central Health Care Board, Lincoln County Finance and Insurance Committee, and the latest being the CCCW Board, joining in May 2014. Bob's focus remains on health care related programs, along with service on a wide variety of Lincoln County programs.

Bob is representing Lincoln County for a term of 1 year.

Clarence Campbell



1014 Chapple Avenue Ashland, WI 54806 |

Clarence Campbell has been a member of the Ashland County Board of Supervisors since 1996. He has also been a member of the Ashland County Health & Human Services Board since 1996, and has served as the Board's Chair since 2000. Over the years, he has served on numerous county committees, and is currently a member of the county's Executive Committee. Clarence retired in April 2013 after 32 years as an American Family Insurance agent in Ashland. Prior to that, he was in radio broadcasting for several years, working both on the air and in advertising sales and station management. Since leaving broadcasting full time, he has continued to be involved as the radio play-by-play announcer of Ashland-area sports for most of the past 40 years. Clarence is also an ordained Permanent Deacon in the Catholic Diocese of Superior, serving the five parishes of the Ashland Cluster. He is an Ashland High School graduate, attended Northland College in Ashland for two years, and received a Bachelor of Arts Degree with a major in Mathematics from the University of Wisconsin - Madison.

Dale Schleeter


1619W Hwy 27/77 Hayward, WI 54843 | 715-634-8188 |

Dale Schleeter is a retired owner of a water well and pump company. He was married to his wife, Ann, in 1976 after graduating with a BA from Northland College. Dale has two adult daughters - one of who is in the Family Care program. This is his 10th year on the Sawyer County Board and 2nd year on the CCCW Board.

David Markert

David Markert

PO Box 398 Centuria, WI 54824 | 715-646-2378

David is a retired clinical psychologist and has a daughter who is part of the Family Care program. He has spent 15 years on the Long-Term Care Committee and also was a part of the former NorthernBridges Board. David represents Polk and Burnett Counties as a new CCCW Board member for a term of two years.

David is representing Polk/Burnett Counties for a term of 2 years.

Donna Rozar


711 West Blodgett Street Marshfield, WI 54449 | 715-387-8121 |

Donna Rozar has earned degrees from the Virginia Baptist Hospital School of Nursing (Lynchburg), the University of TN-Knoxville, and Viterbo University in LaCrosse. She is on the faculty of the University of WI-Eau Claire College of Nursing and is a clinical instructor for Marian University College of Nursing. Donna works casually as a cardiac medical/surgical staff nurse at Ministry St. Joseph's Hospital in Marshfield. A Wood County Board Supervisor since 2000, she currently chairs the Health and Human Services Committee and the UW Marshfield/Wood County Commission. She is on the North Central Community Action Program Board of Directors and has served on the CCCW Board since September 2008.

Donna is representing Wood County for a term of 2 years.

Dr. Joy Henrich


1203 Lemke Avenue Rothschild, WI 54474 | 715-432-1939 |

Dr. Joy Henrich is currently a Regional Academic Dean with Rasmussen College with responsibility for campuses in Wisconsin, Minnesota, and North Dakota. She holds both a Bachelor and Master's Degree in Management and completed a Doctor of Higher Education and Organizational Change Degree in March 2016. Joy and her husband have two adult children. Their son has been a member of Family Care for over a decade. Joy served on the CCCW Quality Council and the CCCW Quality Committee from 2012-2014.

Dr. Henrich is serving the Member-At-Large position on the CCCW Board, which is a two-year term. 

Janis Ribbens CHAIR

Janis Ribbens

Janis Ribbens has been active in the long-term care redesign in Wisconsin since its beginning in 1998. She and her late husband, Timothy, had experienced a variety of forms of in-home, long term care before being fortunate enough to live in Portage County when it became a pilot for the Family Care program and they were allowed to begin self directing their own support services. Ms. Ribbens was a member representative to the governing committee of CCPC (Community Care of Portage County). She has been on the Board of Directors of Community Care of Central Wisconsin since 2008. She has participated on various long-term care work groups and committees and is especially proud of her work with helping develop the Self-Directed Supports opportunities for all members. She attended UW Whitewater and UW Stevens Point.

Janis is representing Portage County for a 2 year term.


Kenneth L. Day


813 Becher Drive Wausau, WI 54401 | 715-675-3531 |

Dr. Kenneth L. Day Ph.D. has been a Marathon County Board Supervisor since 2001. Dr. Day has served on the CCCW Family Care board since its inception. His most recent employment includes serving as the Director of Business Development for the American Society of Laser Medicine and Surgery. Prior to that employment, he served as the senior VP of Business Development for the Aspirus Healthcare system for 19 years, and as a Vice President at North Central Technical Institute for 13 years. Dr. Day served on the Board of Directors of the North Central Technical College for 12 years, and the board of directors of the North Central Healthcare Center. Dr. Day represented Marathon County, and was a founding member and co-chair of the Central Wisconsin ADRC Board of Directors. He has been active as a volunteer and consultant to numerous community organizations, including the United Way of Marathon County. Day currently consults with nonprofit and governmental organizations on leadership development and Governance.

Dr. Day is representing Marathon County for a term of 1 year.

Lori Bina


1986 21-7/8 Street Rice Lake, WI 54868 | 715-296-7556 |

Lori Bina retired from her position as Director of Washburn County Health, Human Services and Child Support in March of 2014 after nearly 35 years of work in county government. She received both graduate and undergraduate degrees from the University of Wisconsin-Platteville. Upon graduation, she began her career in Barron County where she primarily supervised the development of long term support programming in its earliest stages. Lori spent 8 years with Northern Pines Community Programs where she provided institutional discharge planning services for the residents of the 5 county service area. During her 14 years with Washburn County, she was involved in the planning and development of the Human Services Department and the transition of long term support services to the Family Care Model. Lori has served on numerous local, regional and state planning committees, and has served on the boards of North County Independent Living, Faith in Action, Kinship and Ventures Unlimited. She is a Volunteer Partner at Lakeview Medical Center in Rice Lake and is actively involved in Barron, Rusk, Washburn County Free Clinic.

Mary Lou Bergman


14705S Lidberg Bridge Road Gordon, WI 54838 |

Mary Lou Bergman retired from the U.S. Postal Service, with 33 years of service, in 2007. She was Postmaster at Gordon, WI from 1981-2007. During that tenure, she was active in the National Association of Postmasters of the U.S., having served as 548 District Director, State Sec-Treas, Vice President and State President. Following retirement, she was elected to the Douglas County Board of Supervisors in 2008, and is currently in that capacity. Mary Lou was appointed to CCCW Board in April 2015. 

Sam Hardin

Sam Hardin

1515 N. Superior Street Antigo, WI 54409 |

Samuel E. Hardin earned a BS degree in Ag Education from the University of Wisconsin - Platteville in 1961. He then spent a 35-year career in USDA; first for four years in the Soil Conservation Service and the remainder in the Farmers Home Administration (FmHA), the rural credit agency for USDA. At retirement in 1994, he was in charge of the statewide FmHA Community Program and Guaranteed Business Loan programs in the state of Alaska. Following retirement, he moved to Antigo, WI and spent 10 years in real estate sales. Sam served for 13 years on the Antigo City Council with the last 10 months as Mayor to fill an unexpired term. He also served a term on the Langlade County Board in 2000-2002, including serving as Chair on the Committee of Aging. He has been a volunteer driver for the ADRC Meal Program for about 10 years and is a member of the Antigo Optimist Club.

Sam is representing Langlade County for a term of 1 year.