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Weill Center Announces 2020-21 Board of Directors


SHEBOYGAN, WI (July 1, 2020) – The Stefanie H. Weill Center for the Performing Arts, a 1,150-seat historic theater in Downtown Sheboygan today announced its 2020-21 Board of Directors. The following officers were elected: Chad Hamilton of Sargento Foods Inc as president; Jeff Madson of The Vollrath Company as vice president; Mike Isken of Piggly Wiggly Midwest, LLC as treasurer; and Jennifer Le Clair-Bemis of The Le Clair Bemis Miller Group, Baird Private Wealth Management as secretary. Ken King will serve as immediate Past President.

“We are excited to welcome our new officers and directors to the board,” said King. “I’m confident these individuals will provide the leadership, expertise and passion for the arts to continue to make the Weill Center a community point of pride and entertainment destination."

Doug Pelletiere of Sargento Foods Inc was also elected as the newest director to the board. Tom Brickley of Commerce State Bank was re-elected for a second three-year term. Christine Stenklyft of U.S. Bank (retired) was recognized for many dedicated years of service and leadership to the board.

Other members of the Weill Center Board of Directors include: Robert Gorges, North High School (retired); Paul Jochimsen, Jochimsen Wealth Management; Amanda Salazar, John Michael Kohler Arts Center; David Gallianetti, Lakeland University; and Jerry Jones, The O’Hare Wealth Management Group, Merrill Lynch. The organization is led by Executive Director Katy Glodosky.

About the Stefanie H. Weill Center for the Performing Arts

The Stefanie H. Weill Center for the Performing Arts is a 501(c)3 non-profit in Downtown Sheboygan, WI. With 1,150 seats, the venue hosts a series of live performances including music, comedy, variety acts, a movie series and more. Over the years, performers have ranged from Abbot and Costello, Duke Ellington and the Marx Brothers, to Alan Parsons, the Avett Brothers and Melissa Ethridge. The venue was originally constructed in 1928 and has been restored to its original Spanish Colonial Revival architectural style and “atmosphere” theater, popular in the 1920s. The theater is currently listed on the National Register of Historic Places. For more information and a full schedule of events, visit