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Hometown Hero: Sue Biddle

Experienced nurse, Sue Biddle, has served the local area for over 35 years. The pandemic isn’t stopping her from assisting patients and caring for those in need. Where Biddle is needed, she helps. It’s a moment like this where her daughter, Elaina Keiser, sees just how valuable her mother’s skills are to the community. Biddle, […]

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Hometown Hero: Sarah Jurkiewicz

Sarah Jurkiewicz graduates from Gateway Technical College in 2014. Sarah Jurkiewicz has many talents including the gift to care for cancer patients. This nurse doesn’t just care for them by administering medication. Jurkiewicz puts people as ease by singing to them during treatment. Helping patients, in any capacity, is her purpose. Jurkiewicz is an employee […]

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Hometown Hero: Jon Keiser

Battalion Chief, Jon Keiser, dedicated nearly 40 years of service to Racine. Most people in the community know Keiser because of his time spent working with South Shore Fire Department. In February of 2020, he retired from the department. His legacy as a public service worker still carries on. “People knew him as his role […]

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Hometown Hero: Suzanne Maki

A University of Wisconsin Parkside alumni, Suzanne Maki, graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Theatre Arts. Her outgoing personality and professional communication skills are the foundation of her success in the healthcare field. Healthcare heroes are often thought of as nurses, doctors, and firefighters. However, where would healthcare be without those who are involved in […]

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Hometown Hero: Dr. Singh

Dr. I Paul Singh envisions a healthier community, especially when it comes to stopping the spread of COVID-19. Dedication, commitment, and compassion are traits that he possesses. He learned from the best, as both of his parents were physicians in the Racine area. His father, Dr. Kanwar A. Singh, opened The Eye Centers of Racine and […]