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  • Taking the Ride for Juvenile Diabetes

    August 24, 2016, Blog: Community

    On August 13, Melissa Kampmann rode in the  Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) Ride to Cure Diabetes. The 100 mile route started in La Crosse, Wisconsin and moved through stretches of Minnesota and Iowa, circling back to La Crosse.  More than 350 riders rode to raise money for a cure to type 1 diabetes (T1D), of those riders 53 have T1D. …   

  • Living (Successfully) with T1D

    Melissa Kampmann has been a Type 1 diabetic for 25 years; Makenna, her almost nine-year-old daughter, for about four years. It’s a misnomer that diabetes is hereditary, in fact it’s incredibly rare for a person that has diabetes to have a diabetic child. There was no family history in Melissa’s family, she was the first to ever be diagnosed with Ty…   

  • Workplace Volunteer Council Receives United Way's "Partners in Caring Award"

    January 29, 2016, Blog: Community

    The Workplace Volunteer Council was recently honored at the United Way’s Recognition luncheon on January 19, 2016, with the Partners in Caring Award. Several Ruder Ware employees have played a key role in the organization: Rhonda Karau, library manager at Ruder Ware: President (2012-2015); Secretary (2006 – 2011)Karla Halverson, legal assistant at…   

  • Woodchucks Hit Homerun with Expansion Plans

    April 16, 2015, Blog: Community

    The Wisconsin Woodchucks announced plans to implement phase two of Wausau Athletic Park’s renovations at a press conference today. The $3M project includes a complete reconstruction of the third base grandstands and sports deck area as well as a state-of-the-art kitchen, over 200 reserved seats, and new restroom facilities. Jamie Schaefer, COO at R…   

  • United Way of Marathon County Selects Dean Dietrich as 2014 Speaker of the Year

    January 21, 2015, Blog: Community

    United Way’s Speaker’s Bureau is an important part of our their mission to educate people about the priority issues the local chapter is working on. Dean has been a tireless representative of the Early Years Coalition. In the words of United Way, “One of the best practices that many of our top companies use to improve their campaigns and help their…   

  • Ruder Ware Donates 148 lbs. of Food and Toiletries

    December 16, 2014, Blog: Community

    Employees at Ruder Ware participated in a month long food drive to benefit The Neighbors' Place (TNP). Ruder Ware's Jamie Schaefer, COO, and Lisa O'Flyng, Marketing Director, delivered the food and toiletries just in time for the Holidays. It's estimated that 2,500 people seek food assistance a week in Marathon County. If your organization is inte…   

  • The Women's Community Features Angela Gonzalez

    September 30, 2014, Blog: Community

    Angela Gonzalez has been volunteering at The Women's Community since 2009. As an On-Call Volunteer Advocate, Angela goes to the local hospital emergency rooms, and provides immediate and valuable support to individuals that experienced a sexual assault. She has responded to over 20 cases during her time as a volunteer with the agency and spent almo…   

  • Ruder Ware Paints Marathon County Orange

    September 25, 2014, Blog: Community

    September is Hunger Action Month, a nationwide campaign mobilizing the public to take action on the issue of hunger. Organized by the Feeding America nationwide network of food banks, the campaign brings greater attention to the issue of hunger in America and promotes ways for individuals everywhere to get involved with the movement to solve it. Ma…   

  • Reading and Early Childhood Development on WPR's Route 51

    January 31, 2014, Blog: Community

    On Thursday, January 30th, Route 51 explored the importance of reading and early childhood development, both identified as urgent needs in the just released United Way LIFE Report (Local Indicators for Excellence), which details the strengths and challenges affecting quality of life in central Wisconsin. Host Glen Moberg moderated a discussion with…   

  • Rock My World - Geology Field Trip

    Russ Wilson is a member of a committee that is developing an outdoor geology exhibit for the Mead Wildlife Center that is owned and operated by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources in Wood County. The committee is gathering a variety of rock specimens from a 100-mile radius of the Mead in order to demonstrate the wide variety of geologic a…   

  • Welcome to our Community Blog

    December 30, 2012, Blog: Community

    Welcome to Ruder Ware's The Blue Ink blog, we hope you enjoy it. Ruder Ware's involvement in the community stretches back to the days when George Ruder and his family donated a Grand Piano to the Grand Theater in hopes of drawing entertainers from all over the world to play right here in Wausau, WI. We'll be sharing our attorneys experience…