Jamie Morales lives in Spooner with his wife,
Amy, and their three active boys—Jesse,
Max and Morgan. Jamie attended college
at UW-LaCrosse and has been in the
financial services industry for more than twelve years. He is currently employed by Community Bank. Jamie joined the Spooner Health Board
of Directors in 2013. He is very active in the Spooner community serving on the board
for the Spooner Area Chamber,
Spooner Education Foundation as well as
coaching and/or helping out with his children’s sports and activities. Jamie enjoys spending
his free time camping, fishing, hunting
and attending professional sports events.
Dr. Mark Van Etten has been an active physician in Spooner since 1983, and he currently serves as Medical Director of Spooner Health and the Spooner Health Memory Clinic. He has been on the Board of Directors for Spooner Health since 2003. Dr. Van Etten and his wife, Dr. Beverly Bohac, have two adult daughters. During his free time, he enjoys running, Nordic walking and cross-country skiing. Dr. Van Etten currently serves on the Physicians Leadership Council of the Wisconsin Hospital Association. His professional memberships include: AMDA (The Society for Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine) and its Wisconsin Chapter, WAMD; Wisconsin Medical Society; American Academy of Family Physicians and American Geriatrics Society. He’s been a Diplomat of the American Board of Family Medicine since 1983 and has had a Certificate of Added Qualifications in Geriatrics since 1994. In 2008, Dr. Van Etten became a Certified Medical Director in Long-term Care.
Adam Liegl joined the Spooner Health Board of Directors in 2009. Adam moved to Spooner after graduating college from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire in 2002. Adam is a CPA at Anderson, Hager, & Moe in Spooner. Adam is also involved in the Knights of Columbus, Jack Pine Savage Days and volunteers time to coach Spooner Junior High Football. In his free time, Adam enjoys hunting, fishing, being outdoors and watching Packers and Badgers football.
Dr. Brian Gaskill joined the Spooner Health Board of Directors in 2016. He is a board certified Family Physician whom started full-time practice at Essentia Health- Spooner Clinic in 2008. He attended medical school at Oklahoma State University - College of Osteopathic Medicine and earned his Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine in 2005. Dr. Gaskill currently serves as vice-chief of staff at Spooner Health and Section Chair at the Essentia Health-Spooner Clinic.
Additionally, he serves as a trustee board member of the Wisconsin Association of Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons. Outside of medicine his time is spent with his wife, Julie, and cultivating his 5 children - instead of growing grass in his yard. He is active in church as a trustee board member of Northern Lights Christian Center.
Tim Reedy joined the Spooner Health Board of Directors in 2019. He has been a small business owner in Spooner for the past 15 years. He and his wife Tammy have three children - Ben, Nick and Kate. Tim completed his Bachelor of Accounting degree at University of MN - Duluth, and his MBA at Illinois State University.
Nicole Tims is the Washburn County Treasurer, serves on the Shell Lake School District Board of Education and has a Bachelor of Accounting Degree from Liberty University. She has lived in the area since 2000. Nicole and her husband Rich have four children: Allison, Hadley, Raegan and Gavin. She loves spending time with her family and friends, reading a good book, and being involved in music.
Sue loves entertaining and has been called a social magician - at home, at The Dock Coffee and at Round Man Brewing. As owner of these two businesses her greatest point of pride is to serve her community in the company of her whole family. A Rochester, MN native, Sue and her husband moved to Spooner in 2014 after her retirement from the Mayo Clinic with nearly 30 years of management in Transfusion Medicine.
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