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Chamber Business

Cadillac Area

A Cadillac Area Chamber of Commerce Publication FOURTH QUARTER 2019

The Season
to Sparkle
Mission Statement
The Season
The Cadillac Area Chamber of Commerce is a visible
business leader that advocates and drives business
opportunities. Through business alliances, we are a

to Sparkle
catalyst for our membership and provide a persuasive
regional voice benefiting our communities.

2018/2019 Board of Directors

Tonya Smith, Chair
Munson Healthcare Cadillac Hospital
Jennifer Neff, Vice Chair
Avon Protection Systems
Trent Mulder, Treasurer
Baird, Cotter & Bishop, PC Welcome to the fourth quarter
Jeremy Winkle, Immediate Past Chair edition of the Chamber’s Business
VanDrie Home Furnishings
Magazine. Inside you will find
Steve King
Law Offices of King & King PLLC
information about all sorts of
Jennifer Brown
events the Chamber has recently
Cadillac Area Public Schools held, including ribbon cuttings,
Doug DeYoung Rise Up Cadillac, our Business
Consumers Energy
After 5 and more. The fourth
Rob Cherry quarter is always special, first,
LC Materials
because we don’t have a common
Kevin Dunaway
9 & 10 News/Local 32 theme every year, as we tend to for
Randy Hill each of our other three editions,
Baker College of Cadillac but also because it covers the
Dean Rohn Holiday season. As you noticed on
Piranha Hose Products
our cover, we are embracing the
Carrie Thompson
wexexpress thought of snow! I am writing this David Miller,
Chamber President
Linda Popp welcome article well before there
J&H Family Stores/Tim Hortons is any white stuff on the ground,
Jeff Miller but we all know it is coming so why not embrace it? It is part of
BorgWarner Thermal Systems
what makes our area special and when it comes down hard, it is a
Pete Stalker
Mercantile Bank of Michigan great boon to many area businesses.
CHAMBER STAFF The Holidays tend to create images of family, special times and
David Miller, President celebration, but it is also a very important time of year for the
organizations that rely on charitable giving. We have taken a bit
Kate Dekam, Leadership Director
of this edition to focus on this aspect of the time of year. Many
Paula Jasper, Director of Membership Services organizations receive a lion’s share of their donations at the end of the year, and they do a ton for our community, so please
Jim Clements, Marketing & Communication Specialists remember how important they are as you consider giving this
Kent Wood, Director of Government Relations Thanks to all of you for a great 2019. 2020 already looks to be a
Nicole Schultz, Great Start Consultant doozy. From the Chamber’s perspective, we will be holding more
events, so stay tuned for announcements from your Chamber and
remember to enjoy the snow!
Printer: Pleasant Graphics
Publisher: Cadillac Area Chamber of Commerce

The Cadillac Area Business Magazine is a publication of

the Cadillac Area Chamber of Commerce. The Chamber David C. Miller
reserves the right to edit or refuse articles and advertise- President
ments submitted to the Cadillac Area Business Magazine
and reserves the right in its sole discretion to accept or Cadillac Area Chamber of Commerce
refuse inserts and other materials to be distributed through
the publication.

Cadillac Area Chamber of Commerce

222 Lake Street
Cover Photo credit: Jim Clements

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Visionary Partners:
Dawna Marie Ambassador of the Year
Award! & Michigan Association of Chamber
Professionals Ambassador of the Year!

Mike Paulin is this year’s recipient of the Dawna

Marie Ambassador of the Year Award and Michigan
Association of Chamber Professionals Ambassador
of the year.
Mike has been a part of Cadillac since 1964 and a
vital contributor to the Greater Cadillac community.
His volunteerism spans decades, along with his dedi-
cation and involvement with many nonprofit and
outreach organizations in Cadillac. Mike, for many
years, has also been known as the Voice of Cadillac.
Mike’s commitment to the Chamber of Commerce,
is driven by his desire to “make a difference in peo-
ple’s lives.” A relentless Ambassador with the Cadillac
Area Chamber of commerce, Mike has made an
indisputable impact with our new and existing mem-
bers. His dedication is reflected in his continued MUNSON HEALTHCARE
Cadillac Hospital
commitment to the Chamber Ambassadors team and
the chamber’s day to day business and monthly gath-
erings. Mike is also known for his puns and humor to
make any gathering more humorous.
Mike is an exemplary and deserving individual for
this year’s Dawna Marie Ambassador of the year
award. And the recipient of the Michigan Association
of Chamber Professionals.

Business Directory
Technology Excavating Leadership Partners:

Full Spectrum IT Support - 24/7 4Front Credit Union

• STONE - GRAVEL • GRADING & BULLDOZING BorgWarner Thermal Systems
Cadillac Area Public Schools
(231) 775-1773
(231) 775-0703 Fax Chemical Bank
9051 E. 48-1/2 ROAD • CADILLAC Consumers Energy
Contact Us (231) 577-2080 SHOP - JUNCTION OF M-115 & US-131
Bonded & Insured DTE Energy
Fekete Knaggs & Burr Insurance Agency
Education FIAMM Technologies LLC
Fifth Third Bank
1706 Wright St., Cadillac • 231-775-4272 •
Mercantile Bank of Michigan
Preschool and Young Fives
Kindergarten – 12th Grade Michigan Rubber Products, Inc
Training the next generation
of Christian leaders to be Rexair LLC
academically excellent and Walmart Supercenter Store
spiritually mature so they
can positively impact their Wexford Community Credit Union
You have a CHOICE. world for Christ.
Wexford-Missaukee ISD

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The Season
to Sparkle Photo courtesy of Jim Clements

As the twilight of summer days fade anticipate a more thankful and giving sea- many charitable organizations raise a sig-
and the cool evening breeze grows ever son. Thanksgiving is followed quickly by nificant portion of their annual funding.
colder, green leaves of summer surrender the festive winter holidays that await us, We wanted to highlight this time of the
to the cold, bitter touch of fall. We watch and this time of the year should inspire us year and give recognition in our quarterly
as nature’s greenery changes to the col- to turn our hearts towards others. magazine to the inspiring words of The
ors of deep orange, vibrant yellow, and This change comes with the elec- Season to Sparkle to encourage our mem-
bright red. They burst onto our landscape tric hustle and bustle of hectic shopping bers and community to make this season
as nature’s artistic brushstrokes create a days, Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and an extraordinary one, finding within our
masterpiece with all the colors of autumn. Christmas gift purchases. Add in the businesses that effort to help the many
We are all too aware that the winter frost year-end requirements of business dead- Greater Cadillac Area charities this year.
and snow are sure to follow. A season that lines, and we are often overwhelmed, but The Season to Sparkle is a mindset of
may have many names, but we would ask we can choose to participate with Giving charity and compassion for those that are
that you would consider the title of “The Tuesday, the day we can give back to the in need. There are a few sayings that come
Season to Sparkle.” non-profit organizations in our commu- to mind, “it is better to give than receive”
How does The Season to Sparkle help nities. and “no one has ever become poor from
describe our community and businesses? Previous years have shown that many giving” (Maya Angelou) that say a lot
The Greater Cadillac Area has always had of our members have benefitted from about our efforts and hearts during this
a front-row seat to and been a shining Giving Tuesday, including The United Season to Sparkle.
example as a host to the multitude of peo- Way, Oasis, Healing Private Wounds, Whether you chose to make a chari-
ple that enjoy the spectacle that the fall Up North Arts, The Wexford County table contribution on Giving Tuesday or
colors bring to our community each year. Historical Society, After 26 Depot Café, some other time as 2019 draws to a close,
This time of the year also spurs and the Cadillac Area YMCA to name a we wanted to celebrate with these words
thoughts that cause us to reflect upon and few. The end of the calendar year is when of reflection of The Season to Sparkle.

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Cadillac Leadership Class of 2019-2020

Kate DeKam, Leadership Director 2019-2020
Steph Barron / Avon Protection Systems
Amy Barrozo / Chemical Bank
Program Schedule
Tom Casperson / BorgWarner
Michael Davis*  /  New Hope Center  Education Day, October 9, 2019
Bryce Downing / Baker College of Cadillac
Darrick Earegood /  Darrick Earegood—State Farm Economy Day, November 20, 2019
Michelle Gallagher / Hospice of Michigan
Karl Hanson  / Wexford County Road Commission
Media Day, December 18, 2019
Shelly Harwell / Northwest Michigan Works! Government Day, January 15, 2020
Kenneth Hottenstein / City of Cadillac
Jim Jakubos / Rexair, LLC Cultural Day, February 19, 2020
Kimberly Kindt / Reimer Eye Center
Nicholas Perrin / Maveric Mechanical 
Health & Human Services Day, March 18, 2020
Bobbi Pontz / Munson Healthcare Cadillac Hospital Justice Day, April 15, 2020
Alexandria Sian / Manpower of Cadillac
Clayton Taylor / Piranha Hose Products Closing Retreat, May 6, 2020
Jason Traviss / W-MISD Career Tech Center *Schedule subject to change if necessary
Brandy Waltemyer / Evergreen Resort
*RJ Blanchard Memorial Scholarship is underwritten by:
B&P Manufacturing and Mercantile Bank of Michigan
Cadillac Leadership. Best Class Ever!
Special thanks to Fox Motors of Cadillac, proud sponsor of the 1019-2020 Cadillac Leadership Class.

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Ambassador Club Forest View Elementary

Ribbon Cuttings Nature & Learning Trail

Hi Lo

State Farm - Darrick Earegood

LA Insurance


Airport Animal

Real Estate

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Rise Up! Cadillac Rise Up! Cadillac
August 2019 October 2019

Hosted by:
Samaritas Senior
Living of Cadillac

Hosted by:
Party Lounge

Sponsored by:
Sponsored by:
State Farm
Darrick Earegood

Sponsored by: Curry House

Brick Sponsored by: Edward Jones

Maple Ridge
Living Center

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Rise Up! Cadillac
September 2019

Hosted by: Baker College of Cadillac

Sponsored by:

Sponsored by: Sponsored by:

City2Shore Manpower
Real Estate

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Rotary Club of Cadillac,
First-ever White Pine Ride was a Success!
More than 100 Cyclists participate in first Rotary
White Pine Ride on Saturday, Sept. 7. Bikers of
all ages and skill levels took part in a 12, 24, 58 or
83-mile trip. Riders were welcomed at four rest
stops – Hobart, Tustin, Reed City, and Big Rapids –
along the scenic rail trail while riding with family
and friends. When riders returned to Cadillac, they
enjoyed lunch provided by After 26 and music by
Cambio at the Market.
“We called it a ride, not a race, so cyclists could
enjoy this beautiful and historic resource we have
in Northern Michigan,” said Mark Lagerwey, Rotary
Club of Cadillac President.
Proceeds from the ride will support Rotary Projects
and the White Pine Trail Development. Lagerwey
said he expects the ride to double in size next year
based on positive feedback received.

New Leadership at Cadillac Heritage Christian School!

Cadillac Heritage Christian School (CHCS) It is an honor to serve the Lord alongside excel-
announces the promotion of Carol Renkiewicz lent staff who are sold out for Christian educa-
to Administrator effective August 1, 2019. Mrs. tion. We are excited about what God is doing
Renkiewicz has served the families at Heritage here!”
for the past 19 years, in multiple roles. For the Carol says, “We added classrooms and recently
past five years, she worked as a Co-Administrator upgraded our technology throughout our build-
alongside Mr. Bill Goodwill. ings. We also have implemented an online school
Renkiewicz will be replacing Goodwill, who management system that our families love! But
retired after 51 years of service to education, the these are simply tools to help with the most
last 20 years at Heritage. During that time, he also important thing we do: contribute to the spiri-
taught history, government, and spent many sea- tual and leadership growth of our students.”“It
sons as the Patriots boys’ varsity basketball coach. is the mission of Heritage to train-up Christian
Carol is optimistic about the future of CHCS. leaders who are academically excellent and spiri-
“Heritage just celebrated its 36th anniversary! I tually mature. Then they can positively impact
feel privileged to lead this great school that has their world for Christ. I love watching our young
been part of the Cadillac community for so long. people grow up and do just that.”

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Airway Oxygen Inc. is
celebrating 50 years of business


Established on October 21st, 1969
our commitment was to provide

respiratory medical equipment
that would assist individuals in

maintaining their independence
and lifestyle. Today we have 19
locations servicing communi-
ties in Michigan and Northern
Indiana. Our specialty is related
to respiratory products and clini-
cal services, yet we offer so many
more home medical products.
Airway Oxygen Inc. remains a
family-owned business with 250 employees dedicated to personal-
ized service to individuals, their family. And care-givers. We take
great pride in the reputation of our company and in the quality
and integrity of our people. Our Vision & Mission to have a posi-
tive impact on our customers’ lives will continue.

Elizabeth Leong, DO,

Joins Munson Healthcare Targeted Programatic
Digital Display Campaigns (DIS)
Cadillac Hospital
Website Design & Development
Elizabeth Leong, DO, has joined (WEB)
the staff of Munson Healthcare
Cadillac Hospital as a specialist in Pay Per Click Campaigns
family medicine.
Dr. Leong has joined the Family (PPC)
Practice of Cadillac team who spe-
cialize in family medicine. She Search Engine Optimization
is accepting new patients, and
appointments can be made by
calling the office at 231-775-9741.
Dr. Leong earned her medical Graphic Design Services
degree from Touro University (FX)
College of Osteopathic Medicine
in Vallejo, California. She com-
pleted her family medicine resi-
dency at Spratanburg Regional in CN digital solutions
South Carolina and Community
Health Center of Branch County in Coldwater, Michigan.
She is board certified by the American Osteopathic Board of
Family Physicians.

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Oasis/Family Resource Karl Pagel appointed
Center Receives Grant Vice President of Finance
from the Cadillac Area for 4Front Credit Union
Women’s Giving Circle
4Front Credit Union is pleased to announce the
OASIS/Family Resource Center has received a  grant in the amount appointment of Karl Pagel as its Vice President of Finance.
of $5000.00 from the Cadillac Area Women’s Giving Circle, a Fund Pagel possesses extensive
held by the Cadillac Area Community Foundation. This grant award experience within the
will support our Women’s Empowerment Group which runs weekly, banking and financial
year round. compliance industries.
Oasis/Family Resource Center provides a multitude of services to At 4Front, Pagel will
the children and families of Wexford and Missaukee Counties. This lead the development
project focuses on women survivors of domestic or sexual assault. As and implementation of
an agency we have been providing a Women’s Empowerment Group financial and accounting
for years, one is held in our temporary emergency shelter and one strategic planning and risk
is held in our administration building for those receiving support mitigation, ensuring 4Front
but not staying in our shelter. This group is a peer support group continues to preserve and
aimed at empowering women as they heal from the psychological, expand corporate assets,
emotional, and physical impact of experiencing domestic violence improve efficiency, and
or sexual assault. Our desire is a place where survivors can find sup- maintain sufficient capital.
port, encouragement and value with one another, build connections Pagel joins 4Front from
with each other, find their inherent worth and value, and learn skills. the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and previously
The group will run at medium, once per week, for one year. resided in Charlotte, North Carolina.

business donations

excess inventory?

Habitat for Humanity ReStores offer prompt, friendly and free

pickup service to businesses. We pick up items with a usable life
that we recycle back into the community, including:
• Discontinued product
• Scratched & dented merchandise
• Aging inventory
• Return to vendor items CN Promotional Products
When we are able to collaborate with businesses, we create can supply any customized
meaningful change in our community. promotional items! All available
with your unique branding.

Custom Branded Mugs & Banners Bags

Pens Apparel Drinkware & Signs & Totes

If You Can Think It, We Can Make It!

Find A Better Price? Call Us. We’ll Beat It!
231-775-7561 231-775-8661
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Wexford Osceola Habitat for Humanity Fredrickson and Johnson
Names Amy Gibbs as Executive Director of Baird, Cotter and
The Wexford-Osceola Habitat for Humanity
Bishop, P.C. pass exam
has named Amy Gibbs as its new executive
director. Selected by the executive commit-
becoming licensed CPAs
tee with full support of the board of directors
they are please to have Amy’s passion and com- Baird, Cotter, and Bishop, P.C. (BCB) would like to
mitment and look forward to continuing their congratulate Zack Fredrickson and Kellie Johnson
mission of providing simple, decent, affordable on passing the CPA exam and becoming a licensed
housing to families in our community. CPA in the State of Michigan.  Zack and Kellie are
“During our search for the new executive both valued members of the BCB team and are here
director, we looked for the right person with to serve the community. 
the leadership qualities, community-oriented Zack grew up in the U.P., in Calumet, MI and
passion, and diverse skill sets necessary to lead attended Michigan Tech University, receiving a
our organization. We are confident that we Bachelor’s and Masters of Accounting in 2015 and
have found that person with Amy” states Jason 2016.  He joined our team in January of 2017. You’ll
Black, Board President. find Zack on the golf course or at the Wex playing
“I am honored and beyond excited to accept hockey while not working unless, of course you run
the position of Wexford Osceola Habitat for Humanity Executive Director” into Zack out and about Cadillac with his dog Toby, a
sharedd Amy Gibbs. “I have always been very involved in the Cadillac area by miniature Dotson.
serving on numerous boards, fundraisers, being a past owner of a successful Kellie is from Irons, not too far from the Cadillac
local floral business and an accountant at two firms in Cadillac. Currently I am area, and completed her college education at Lake
a member of the Cadillac Rotary Club, serve on several boards and now have Superior State University.  Kellie joined BCB in 2018
taken on my “God Job” as I like to call it.” She is excited to make a difference in and has a passion for serving local non-profits in
the lives served by Wexford Osceola Habitat for Humanity. many capacities.  Kellie spends her free time with
Gibbs has a bachelor’s degree in Business Leadership, with a focus on Small friends and family, getting outdoors as much as pos-
Business Management. sible when not working.

Meet Your Cadillac Medical Providers

Family Health Care’s medical providers are ready to help each patient create a treatment plan specially designed for them. From newborn to elderly,
our focus is to ensure each patient is receiving the attention they need to live their healthiest life.
Cadillac Cadillac/McBain

Gus Dolorfino, MD Pamela Mir, MD Rob Shook, NP-C Soomin Han, PA-C Jon Borton, PA-C Amanda Barton, FNP Ann Cane, NP-C

Cadillac McBain
520 Cobb Street 117 N. Roland
Cadillac, MI 49601 McBain, MI 49657
(231) 775-6521 (231) 825-2643

Most insurance accepted. Discount available to those who qualify.

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Maia Announces Election of Cadillac Housing Initiative
Fekete to Board of Directors Program receives grant
from the Cadillac Area
Tim Fekete of Fekete Knaggs &
Burr Agency in Cadillac has been Community Foundation
elected to the Board of Directors
of the Michigan Association of
Insurance Agents (MAIA). The Cadillac Housing Commission has received a
Fekete will work with other mem- grant in the amount of $2,500.00 from the Cadillac Area
bers of the board, MAIA Officers and Community Foundation. This grant award, from the
association staff to advance the criti- CACF Board of Trustees, will support the Cornerstone
cal role of insurance and essential Community Garden (CCG).
services provided by independent The CCG is located on the site of Cornerstone
insurance agents. Apartments, a public housing community that is income
Fekete is a member of the Michigan based and managed by the Cadillac Housing Commission.
Association of Insurance Agents, a The garden is for residents of the housing commission
statewide trade group representing and neighbors near the site. For a small fee, community
approximately 5,500 independent members can tend to their own plots or are offered donat-
agents and industry employees. ed garden beds for very low-income residents
The Cadillac Housing Initiative Program is a non-profit
that was started by the Cadillac Housing Commission as a
separate entity 9 years ago. The goal is to be able to offer
hands-on training and classes on growing fruits and veg-
etables, eating and preparing healthy meals, and preserv-
ing and canning leftover produce to low-income members
Kelli Iceman, DPM, of the community.

Joins Munson Healthcare

Kelli Iceman, DPM, has joined the staff of Munson Healthcare Cadillac Hospital as a spe-
cialist in foot and ankle surgery.
Dr. Iceman has joined the Advanced Foot & Ankle Centers’ team of foot and ankle sur-
geons. She will primarily see patients in the Cadillac office, but will also see patients at
the Manistee and Traverse City locations. She is accepting new patients, and appointments
can be made by calling 231-779-3668 for the Cadillac office, 231-309-3668 for the Manistee
office, and 231-935-0751 for the Traverse City office.
Dr. Iceman graduated from Rosalind Franklin University, North Chicago, Illinois. She
completed her Podiatric Medicine and Surgical Residency training at Gundersen Health
System in La Crosse, Wisconsin.
Throughout her residency, Dr. Iceman had worked amongst world-renowned faculty and
received extensive training in both foot and ankle surgery.

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Cadillac, MI 49601
(231) 775-9007
New Members

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Cadillac, MI 49601
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Cadillac Area US POSTAGE
Chamber of Commerce PAID
Cadillac, MI 49601-1874 MI

Our community is our future.

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan and Blue Care Network
proudly support those working to strengthen our community.
Our shared commitment is a great reason to be confident in
the future of Michigan.


Our community is our future.

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan and Blue Care Network
proudly support those working to strengthen our community.
Our shared commitment is a great reason to be confident in
Blue Cross Blue future of Michigan.
of Michigan and Blue Care Network are nonprofit corporations and independent licensees of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association.