Board of Directors

The Boys & Girls Club of Oshkosh is governed by a Board of Directors, which provides strategic direction for the Club.

Board Officers

Jeff Trembly


Jeff joined the board in late 2008. He has been the co-owner and Vice-President/CFO of Oshkosh Coil Spring, Inc. since 1998, having worked in the family business for a decade prior to the purchase. He and his wife, Ann, have two adult children and are active on various non-profit boards in the community since 2001. He enjoys traveling, sports, and spending time with family and friends. Jeff joined the board to give back to the community and to make a lasting and positive impact on the lives of youth.

Noah Hinrichs

Vice President

Noah joined the Boys & Girls Club of Oshkosh Board of Directors in December, 2017. Noah is a past board member for the Boys & Girls Club of the Tri-County Area in Berlin, WI. He also previously served on the Finance Committee for the Boys & Girls Club of Oshkosh. Noah is a Financial Associate at Thrivent Financial in Oshkosh, working for Thrivent since May 2005. Noah graduated from UW La Crosse in 2004 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing. He received his real estate license from the Arizona School of Real Estate and Business in September of 2004. Noah and his wife, Mandi, reside in Oshkosh with their two children, Finn and Rori. His wife is also active in forwarding the Club’s mission, having served as the Tri-County Club’s Board President from 2010-2014. In their spare time, Noah and Mandi enjoy spending time with family, traveling, and attending music and sporting events. Noah obtained his pilot’s license in June of 2014 and enjoys flying when time allows. He enjoys volunteering annually at EAA’s AirVenture Fly-In. He also serves as a board member for the Battle on Bago Foundation in Oshkosh.

Dale Glen


Dale Glen joined the board in December 2022. He previously served as the auditor of our Club for over 10 years and then as a member of the Club's Finance Committee.

Dale and his wife, Karen, as well as CliftonLarsonAllen LLP (CLA), have been long-time supporters of our Club, attending WineFeast, sponsoring Thanksgiving meals, and supporting other events. Dale has worked in the Oshkosh community since 2006. He has a background is in the field of public accounting and is currently a principal with CLA. He has worked with a variety of organizations in the manufacturing and not-for-profit fields and understands the financial and compliance challenges organizations like ours face. Dale says he's "excited to join the Boys & Girls Club of Oshkosh Board of Directors. I feel I can bring the financial advisory skills needed to help the Club continue to improve the lives of children and families in our community."

Patty Shea


Patty joined the Oshkosh Boys & Girls Club Board in June of 2019. She and her husband, Dan, are originally from New Hampshire where they were both club kids. They know firsthand the difference the Club can make in a child’s life. As big supporters of the Club, joining the Board seemed like another great way to help make a difference. Patty & Dan were high school sweethearts, originally meeting at The Manchester Boys & Girls Club. They married in 1990 and moved to the Oshkosh area in 1992 where they have raised 2 daughters, Jessica & Danielle. In 2006, they started an electrical contracting company, Shea Electric & Communications, LLC and Enlighten Digital Technologies in 2020. Patty also enjoys improving the wellness of individuals thru her business, Sanguine LLC, using acupressure, reiki and other holistic modalities. Prior to these ventures, Patty worked in the insurance industry for approx. 25 years. Patty is a member of the Oshkosh Chamber, Chamber Ambassadors Group, Women’s Fund Board, Women’s Fund Power Team, as well as GEMS giving circle. Dan also serves on various committees, boards and is actively involved in the community as well. Patty is a past graduate of Leadership Oshkosh 2012 and recipient of the Rotarian of the Year award in 2014. In her spare time, Patty enjoys time with her family and friends, long walks, exercise, traveling, and biking. Patty’s favorite quote is “Faith sees the invisible, believes the incredible and receives the impossible.”

Mark Lasky

Past President

Mark is a third-generation supporter of the Boys & Girls Club of Oshkosh and a past board president. He is currently the CEO and ownership partner of Sadoff Iron & Metal Company. Mark first joined the board in 2006 because he believed in the mission and vision of the Boys & Girls Club. He received a Communication degree from the University of Miami, where he double majored in public relations and psychology. Mark and his wife, Kristen, have three children: Drew, Beau and Maeve.

Stephanie Gensler


Stephanie joined the Boys & Girls Club of Oshkosh Board of Directors in September 2014. She is a Tax Partner at Baker Tilly US LLP and has worked at Baker Tilly since graduating from UW Oshkosh in 2003 with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting/Finance. Stephanie went on to receive her Master of Science in Taxation in 2006 from UW Milwaukee. Stephanie is married to her husband, Chad, and they have three boys: Noah, Evan and Quinn. Her family stays busy with basketball, football, hunting and fishing.

Heather Holly-Pinnow

Past President

Heather joined the Board of Directors in 2010. She and her husband, Tim, own Pinnow Sheet Metal Company. Heather was interested in joining the board because she is an advocate for youth and believes in the mission of improving the lives of children and families in Oshkosh. Heather lends support to special events including WineFeast and Afternoon Tea and is excited to be part of the Boys & Girls Club organization.

Board Members

Susan Ackerman

Past President

Susan joined the Board of Directors in 2005. She is the former owner of First Choice Insurance and is now retired. Susan strongly believes in the Boys & Girls Club’s mission. She joined the board so she could directly impact the lives of children and families. Susan is married to her husband, Al. She has two children, Amanda and Matthew, and three grandchildren.

Hillary Anderson

Hillary joined the Club's Board of Directors in May of 2024. Hillary is the Vice President of Human Resources at Werner Electric Supply and has nearly 30 years of human resources experience. Originally from Lac du Flambeau in northern Wisconsin, she has lived in Oshkosh for 25 years. Hillary and her partner Jim enjoy traveling, hiking, boating and spending as much time outdoors with family and friends, especially at their cabin in northern Wisconsin. She has an adult son, Parker, who lives in Colorado and an Australian Labradoodle, Boomer, who lives primarily on a cushy couch. Hillary has a passion for giving back to the communities where she lives and works and is a past and present board member of other organizations in Oshkosh and the Fox Valley. She looks forward to being an active board member and both supporting the leadership and staff of BGCO and especially to having a positive impact on the lives of children in Oshkosh.

Steve Brandes

As a native of Amherst, Ohio, Steve enjoys a diverse background that ranges from traveling to Russia as a student ambassador to a pre-sports career as a professional archaeologist. Steve obtained a liberal arts degree from the College of Wooster and then attended Game Face Executive Academy, a leading international sports sales training and placement firm in Portland, Oregon. Steve spent 14 seasons in Boise, Idaho with the Idaho Stampede NBA Development League front office in which he spent 10 of those as President. He was recognized as an Accomplished Under 40 honoree by the Idaho Business Review. He also helped run the Idaho Stampede Community Foundation which received the 2014 Most Outstanding Foundation award by the Association of Fundraising Professionals. He has served on the Epilepsy Foundation of Idaho and the Idaho Non-Profit Center boards. Steve was most recently named the 2017-18 NBA G League Executive of the Year. One of his passions is to positively impact the community in which we work and play by leveraging the power of sports to make our community a better place to live. He is extremely excited to start positively influencing the youth and families of the Boys & Girls Club of Oshkosh. He currently resides in Oshkosh, Wisconsin with his wife, Nina and two children, Eliana & Mark.

Julie Conrad-Peters

Julie joined the Club's Board of Directors as an adjunct member in October 2013 and became a regular board member in 2014. Ms. Conrad-Peters currently serves as the Director of Curriculum Assessment for the Oshkosh Area School District. She has provided expertise and leadership in the areas of standards-based learning, grading and record keeping including the implementation of a standards-based grading system at the elementary level and a standards-referenced grading system at the secondary level. Ms. Conrad-Peters provides leadership and facilitates processes that allow educators at the classroom, school, and district level to use student data to make instructional, resource and organizational decisions. In addition, she fosters and strengthens partnerships with post-secondary institutions, businesses and community based organizations so that students are College, Career, and Community Ready. Ms. Conrad-Peters has 26 years of experience in education as a teacher and an administrator. She is actively involved in the Oshkosh community and serves on the board of directors for Junior Achievement Winnebago Region in addition to the Boys & Girls Club of Oshkosh.

Mark Delveaux

Mark Delveaux joined the Club's Board of Directors in January of 2024. Mark has been with CR Meyer since receiving his Bachelor of Science in civil engineering from the University of Wisconsin Platteville in 2002. He has over 20 years of construction industry experience and in January of 2023, was presented with the opportunity to become president of CR Meyer. Before becoming president, Mark held the role of vice president and was responsible for developing a team of architects, designers, and structural engineers, and maintaining other performance standards for the department. Mark and his wife, Heather, have three sons who he coaches in soccer. Their family enjoys boating, skiing, hunting and fishing together. Mark has a strong passion for serving the community and has served on the Board of Directors at the Christine Ann Center in Oshkosh since 2019. His community engagement has inspired him to become a board member at the Boys & Girls Club of Oshkosh where he is looking forward to "improving young people's quality of life through the Club's mission, vision, and values which is more important than ever."

Art Dumke

Art joined the Boys and Girls Club Board of Directors in 2002. He specializes in real estate development and uses those profits to support his mission to get people to "GO OUTSIDE TO GET INSIDE." Art is the owner of Big Snow Resort in Michigan's Upper Peninsula, Badger Sportsman Magazine and The Pioneer Marina in Oshkosh, WI. In alignment with his mission, Art enjoys hunting, fishing, snowboarding and exploring the outdoors wherever he goes. Art has two wonderful adult daughters who are also impactful in our community. Art actively uses his mission in life along with the Boys & Girls Club to get kids outside, providing them with a vehicle to promote self-empowerment. He is the recent proud recipient of the J.R. Vette Friend of Youth Award.

Tim Foust

Tim joined the Club’s Board of Directors in 2016 as the Alumni Association's representative. Tim has been a part of the Boys & Girls Club of Oshkosh for the past 37 years. He became a member when he was just 8 years old and when he graduated from the Club when he was 18, he became a member of the Alumni Association and is still actively involved today. Tim graduated from Oshkosh North High School and immediately joined the workforce. He has been a painter for over 25 years and is currently paint superintendent of the Fox Valley area at Omni Glass & Paint, Inc. Tim has lived in Oshkosh his entire life. He is married to his wife, Heather and has 3 children: Courtney, Maggie and Jack. In his spare time, he likes to relax with his family, find ways to get outdoors, and watch the Brewers and the Packers. "I truly feel that the Club is a great place. Without Jamie, Wally and Lori’s guidance back when I was a kid, I don’t know what position I would be in now. I’m excited to join the board. I look forward to continuing to see the Club grow and share my passion for the Club with others."

Nathan Grose

Nathan (Nate) Grose joined the Club's board of directors in December 2023. Nate is currently a Director of Supply Chain at Oshkosh Defense, where he has been employed for over 15 years. He is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, where he earned his Bachelor of Supply Chain and Operations Management in 2009 and his MBA in 2020, and is a lifelong resident of Oshkosh. Nate has also volunteered through various programs such as the Co-Lead for the Oshkosh Area United Way Campaign. Outside of work, Nate enjoys being involved with his kid’s activities, with his wife Teri, such as Girl Scout Troop and coaching a Lego League team for his daughters. Nate is also an avid deer hunter and takes pride in managing his own property to build a great habitat for the elusive whitetail. What excites Nate the most about being a board member is to make an impact on today’s youth and “give back time to the community that I have grown up in”.

Ron Jankowski

Ron joined the Board of Directors in 2010. Ron grew up in the Madison area, and in 1988 moved to Oshkosh with a national trucking company. In 1997, he started Valley Express, which provides transportation services throughout Wisconsin and the greater Midwest. Ron has a Bachelor's degree in Business from the University of Wisconsin-Stout. Ron has 3 children: Henry, Grace and Tess. Ron is an avid golfer and hunter. The strength that he brings to the board is aligned with why he chose to be on the board—he believes in the mission of the Club and has a passion for helping children.

Aaron Johnson

Aaron Johnson joined the board in October of 2022. He owns Craft Coating, Inc., a manufacturing company specializing in metal finishing. He is married to his wife Amanda and has two girls, Hallie and Kinsley. In addition to spending time with his family, he enjoys golfing, hunting, running, and almost anything else outdoors. He joined the Boys & Girls Club of Oshkosh board because of the tangible impact the Boys & Girls Club makes in the lives of families in Oshkosh and the surrounding area. Aaron says, “I am very excited to see how the Club’s growth over the next few years will have a positive impact on the community.”

Jeff Lindemann

Jeff joined the Board of Directors in late 2010. Currently, he is the president of Lee Beverage of Wisconsin LLC. Jeff graduated from the University of Wisconsin–Oshkosh with a Bachelor’s degree in Speech Communication. He joined the board because he was impressed with the Club and all the services it provides to the community. Jeff served on the Club’s Docktoberfest committee and has connected new friends to the Boys & Girls Club. He is also a recipient of the J.R. Vette Friend of Youth Award for his outstanding efforts to further the mission of the Club.

Paul Nugent

Paul joined the Club's board in August 2023. He is the Sr. Director of Supply Chain for Amcor Flexibles North America (AFNA) headquartered in Oshkosh. He has been at Amcor for the last six years in Logistics and Supply Chain leadership roles and has spent most of his career in various Logistics roles in and outside the US with UPS and DHL. He was introduced to the Club through peers at Amcor and looked to join the board after witnessing the history, passion, and focus on children and the community in the Boys & Girls Club. Outside work, Paul and his wife Kristen have three kids and two dogs and enjoy the outdoors, live music and football.

Walt Quinlan

Walt joined the Boys & Girls Club of Oshkosh Board of Directors in October 2021. He was born and raised in the south side of Chicago in a close-knit Irish Catholic community. Walt is a graduate of Western Illinois University with a bachelor’s degree in public relations and communication. He currently works for Leeco Steel as the Regional Sales Manager. When Leeco opened their Oshkosh facility in 2006, Walt moved to help get the business off the ground. He currently resides in Oshkosh with his wife, Jessica, and their four children: Walt, Calum, Luke, and Elise. In his spare time, he enjoys coaching youth sports teams at both the YMCA and OYB. Walt says he's "excited to be a part of the great community at the Boys & Girls Club of Oshkosh and do what he can to make an impact with the youth in our area!"  

Kevin J. Ralofsky

Kevin is the President & Chief Executive Officer for Verve, a Credit Union. He brings more than 25 years of experience in business, financial and executive management to Verve, and has been a leader in the areas of strategy, servant leadership, management consulting, coaching and change management. Prior to that, Kevin served as CEO of a management consulting firm specializing in the medical and finance sectors. He also worked in areas of corporate banking and syndicated finance at both Fifth Third Bancorp and National City Corp. in Cleveland, Ohio. Kevin currently serves on the board of directors of the Wisconsin Credit Union League, Greater Oshkosh Economic Development Corporation, The Grand in Oshkosh, Mercy Health Foundation, and the Business Lending Group. He lives in Oshkosh with his wife, Nancy, and their three children: Noah, Kyle and Celia.

Sarah Wallace

Sarah joined the board as an adjunct member in October 2019 and became a board member in May 2020. Sarah is the Vice President of Finance at Silver Star Brands. She is married to her college sweetheart that she met while attending Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana. They have a 13-year-old daughter named Madison. In her free time, Sarah enjoys spending time outdoors camping, boating and swimming. Sarah’s interest in the Boys & Girls Club stems from her desire to give back and help others. Sarah came from a similar background to many members of the Club and is thankful for the support and encouragement she received growing up that made her the person she is today. She wants to give back so others have the same support to overcome their obstacles as well.

Lifetime Members

Lorie Bunke

Past President

Lorie joined the Board of Directors in 1982. She made a career in the banking industry and worked for many years as a loan officer at Anchor Bank. Lorie is now retired and is a part-time accountant for TR Karrels & Associates, Architects & Engineers. She is also active with her church, serving as chair of the Endowment Committee, serving on the Board of Lay Leaders as Corporate Secretary and volunteering in the finance office. In her spare time, Lorie enjoys golf and spending time with her family, especially her grandchildren.

Dave Elbing

Past President

Dave joined the board in 1988. He received a Marketing degree from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. Dave, who currently works in real estate development, previously was the owner of LSI. Dave believes in the Boys & Girls Club mission and wants to make a difference in the lives of others. He is married to his wife, Sue, and they have two children, Kara and PJ.

Doug Hyde

Past President

Doug Hyde has been on the board for more than 17 years. Doug is a graduate of Coe College in Iowa, and he is the former president and CEO of OshKosh B' Gosh, a third-generation family-owned company. The company was later sold to Carter's. Doug was instrumental and a catalyst in launching the Club's Opening Doors campaign to build a new Teen Center and administrative offices in 2007. Doug's father, Charles Hyde, was also very passionate about the mission of the Club and seeing youth succeed. Doug and his wife, Chrys, are enjoying retirement. They have two adult children.

Kurt Koeppler

Past President

Kurt Koeppler has been on the Board of Directors since 1999. Kurt attended the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh and has numerous business ventures including City Center Management, Koeppler Management. Kurt has a great passion for helping youth succeed, especially those who need it the most. Kurt and his wife, Judie, have two children.

Ron Lampe

Past President

Ron Lampe is a retired attorney and was instrumental in the development of the first Boys Club and has been on the Board of Directors since 1970. He has been involved in every phase of the Club since its inception. Ron also has been involved in many special event committees throughout the years as well. Ron and his wife, Scherie, have two children.

Bill Radford

Past President

Bill has served on the Board of Directors since 1985. He is the former president and owner of the Radford Company. Bill was instrumental in campaigning to build our current facilities, the Radford Center, and he was also a catalyst in establishing a BGCO endowment fund. Bill is passionate about helping youth succeed and helping children with their basic needs. He and his wife, Patty, enjoy spending time with their many children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Bill and his wife spend their time living between Appleton, Wisconsin, and Florida.

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