Many of you know Cathleen from working alongside her on the construction sites while she was serving as an AmeriCorps, when she was known throughout the organization for her infectious enthusiasm and passion for Habitat’s mission.
This summer, Milwaukee Habitat was thrilled to welcome a superstar volunteer whose interests and skills fulfilled a particular need we have.
After 40 years of being in the printing industry, Ed Sherman retired in 1993 and immediately decided he couldn’t just sit around.
Jason Pereles began volunteering with Milwaukee Habitat in 2010 after graduating from Indiana University.
Ray Brandt started volunteering with Milwaukee Habitat for Humanity in 2000 and has worn many hats for our organization.
Francie has supported Milwaukee Habitat for Humanity with her monetary contributions and with her talents for many years. She’s taken part in interviewing prospective homeowner candidates, building Habitat homes, and now brings her expertise and enthusiasm to support the Habitat ReStores.
With a fear of heights and a history of broken bones, Habitat for Humanity might have been the least likely place for our HYP member spotlight, Sara Rakovec, to feel at home.
Dan Karrels started volunteering with Milwaukee Habitat in 1994, when he recently retired from teaching. Dan is one of our main “go-to” volunteers for just about everything.
Gary Klump started volunteering with Habitat for Humanity in 2004 in Kentucky. In the summer of 2013, he decided to put his time and skills to work at Milwaukee Habitat.
Mike Scott started volunteering with Habitat Young Professionals (HYP) in October of 2012 after attending a volunteer orientation. He quickly decided to join HYP on a Global Village trip to El Salvador in February of 2013.
Vic Delisle started volunteering with Milwaukee Habitat in 1986 when his church, St. Pius X, sponsored a Habitat house. He was a part-time volunteer until 1993.
Sue and John Heidke
When most people think about volunteering for Habitat for Humanity, they picture a day of swinging hammers, and in fact, that is how John and Sue Heidke first got involved.
Bill Allen began volunteering with Milwaukee Habitat for Humanity in the late 1980’s with St. Pius X Church. Over the years, you could find Bill rehabbing Habitat houses and leading volunteers through building new ones.
Jim Stanke began volunteering with Milwaukee Habitat in January 2007 after retiring. He had always admired Habitat and was excited to be a part of the great work being done.