Brad Schroeder has been elected the Chair of the Stoughton Hospital Foundation Board. Schroeder works for Tricor and Associates and is a very involved community member serving on numerous boards and committees over the years. Schroeder grew up in Stoughton and has resided in Stoughton for most of his adult life. He is a 1985 graduate of Stoughton High School and attended UW Whitewater. He worked for Schroeder and Associates Insurance Agency from 1994 to 2009 and in 2009 began working for TRICOR Insurance when the two companies merged.
Brad has served as the past president and board member of the Stoughton Chamber of Commerce and is the creator of the Chamber Ambassador Club that was initiated 18 years ago. He is a Stoughton Rotarian and past board member of the club. Brad also served on the boards of the Shillelagh Foundation and Stoughton High School Booster Club. He was named a Stoughton Business Person of the Year.
In addition to serving as the President of the Stoughton Hospital Foundation Board, Brad currently serves on the Board of the Friends of Lake Kegonsa (FOLKS) and the Stoughton Conservation Club Fisheree Committee among many other service related activities and events. In an effort to support Special Olympics, Brad annually participates in the Polar Plunge.
Stoughton Hospital Foundation, established in 1974, raises friends and funds to benefit Stoughton Hospital, its services and projects. The Foundation administration and board work behind the scenes to provide meaningful giving opportunities for people seeking to give back to their community. Thanks to hundreds of generous friends, Stoughton Hospital Foundation has supported numerous programs, helped to purchase medical equipment, assisted with the renovation of existing facilities, sponsored scholarships, helped with the fulfillment of medication through the Medication Voucher Program, and supported new growth opportunities and partnerships.
“I look forward to serving as the Stoughton Hospital Foundation President in 2016. With the Capital Campaign currently happening, it’s an exciting time to be part of such an important project. Once the construction has been completed, Stoughton Hospital will be able to increase the ability to meet its patients growing needs and expectations. This comprehensive plan will also build on the quality of care that has been important for many years now,” states Schroeder.