Jennifer was born in a small rural town in Wisconsin as the daughter of two educators. She pursued her passion for science and her love for animals at the University of Wisconsin Madison, culminating in her degree as a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine. After practicing small animal veterinary medicine in Michigan, she returned to southeast Wisconsin. Jennifer now resides in Grafton with her husband, also a veterinarian, as well as their four young children and a menagerie of animals. As a new member of the board, Jennifer identifies with young, busy families, as she remains active in her children’s school and extracurricular activities. During quiet moments, her hobbies include gardening, furniture restoration, and bird watching.
Dr. Jennifer Teunissen, Director
Bob Hoffman, Member
Bob presenting a Soupor Bowl Award to Juice's Ghost Town
Bob and his wife Jan have three children and ten grandchildren and have lived in Grafton for over forty years. He is a retiree of We Energies. Bob is part of the group that organized the Grafton Education Foundation in 2009 and served as its President for the first five years. Prior to his involvement with the GEF, Bob served for 15 years as a member of the Grafton School Board. He was also involved in the Grafton soccer program. He led the effort to organize the Grafton Soccer Club, and build the club’s soccer fields in Zaun Park. Bob coached his children’s youth soccer teams and coached the GHS Varsity girls’ soccer team for five years.
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