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Rumpf joins Fort HealthCare board of directors

Monday, January 4, 2010

Michael Wallace, President and CEO of Fort HealthCare recently announced the appointment of Michael Rumpf, Cambridge, to the Fort HealthCare board of directors.Rumpf’s appointment to a three-year term begins in January 2010. He replaces David Keleher, also of Cambridge, whose term is expiring. Board members are chosen based on their professional skills and their ability to represent the healthcare needs of the various communities within the Fort HealthCare primary service area. Board members may be reappointed for two additional terms.

Rumpf is an attorney-at-law with a broad range of experience representing individuals, municipalities, businesses and financial institutions. His practice of over thirty years includes real estate transactions and development, wills, estate planning, probate, trusts and income tax. He received his Bachelor of Business Arts from the University of Wisconsin- Whitewater and his Juris Doctor degree from John Marshall School of Law, Chicago. Rumpf has extensive experience representing both private and public interests in Cambridge Marshall areas. Currently, he is the president of the Cambridge Community Foundation and serves on the boards of Cambridge State Bank, Cambridge Community Activities Program and the Oakland-Cambridge Presbyterian Church Cemetery organization. He also served as a trustee on the Cambridge Village board, as chair, Cambridge Water and Sewer Committee, as member, Cambridge Plan Commission, and as chair, Lake Ripley Park Board.

He has made many voluntary contributions to the Cambridge community and has been a member of many area service organizations. Mike brings exceptional professional and volunteer experience to the Fort HealthCare board. His business and legal background will allow him to represent the healthcare needs of the Cambridge area and the entire Fort HealthCare service area with great skillAnd, his dedication to volunteerism suggests he will do so with great enthusiasm. "I am certain he’ll be a thoughtful, productive and involved board member," said Wallace. Rumpf has lived in Cambridge for most of his life, graduating from Cambridge High School in 1971. He is married to Melanie. They have two grown sons, David and Andrew. He enjoys traveling, fishing, hunting, beekeeping and University of Wisconsin athletics.