The Chamber would like to thank the following members who serve on our Board of Directors:
Danielle is employed by Oconto County as an Employment and Training Specialist at New View Industries, Gillett. She is passionate about making a difference in the lives of individuals with disabilities. She is involved with Special Olympics, Oconto County Handicapped Citizens, and Run for the Trails. Danielle enjoys spending time with her husband, Will, and his two kids. In her free time, Danielle enjoys hiking in National Parks, running, and being at the lake.
Bill Koehne, owner of Packerland Websites, has been building websites since 1999. With a degree in Business Administration and over 20 years managing a construction and manufacturing firm, Bill has a developed a passion for growing and promoting businesses. He is a master Internet marketer whose philosophy is “Your success is our success.”
Debbie Arndt is the owner/operator of D’s Bookkeeping Service. She serves as President on the Board of Directors for the Oconto Falls Area Senior Citizens and Community Center and is also on the Board of Directors for Tri-County United Way, serving as Secretary. Debbie also volunteers for the Lena Wildcat Booster Club and other groups. She is very active with her grandchildren and their sporting endeavors. An Oconto Falls High School graduate, Debbie and her husband, Jim, live in the Lena area.
Katie Daul is a community-focused leader who serves at HSHS St. Clare Memorial Hospital in Administration. She is also the Chair of the newly developed Leadership Oconto County program. Her background ranges from administration support to fundraising to marketing and event planning, but her love lies in volunteering. Katie is very active within the local community on various projects including the softball/baseball club, leadership development, church organization, and the summer concert series.
Ginny O'Harrow moved to Oconto Falls in 2002 to begin a Medical Imaging career at CMH, now HSHS St. Clare Memorial Hospital. She transitioned from hospital life to farm life and helps run a third-generation family dairy farm. Ginny and her husband, Joel, are passionate about raising awareness and funding research for pediatric congenital heart disease after their fourth son was born with CHD. Ginny helped create Little Hearts For Life and serves as president.
Angie Ahlgrim is an administrator at Oconto Falls Area Ambulance. Together with her husband Patrick, they transformed the volunteer ambulance service into a full-time, career opportunity for professional EMS care-providers; while providing the highest level of emergency care to residents and visitors of Oconto County. Her three kids keep her active, and as a family they enjoy spending as much time enjoying the beauty of our Northwoods.