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Full Time State Support Chaplain
Work: 608-242-3450
Cell: 608-630-1660
Fax: 608-242-3049
email: [email protected]
"Pro Deo et Patria ... For God and Country!"
Chaplain Corp
Our Vision
Spiritual strength: wherever needed– whenever
required.
Our Mission
Provide religious support to strengthen Soldiers and
their families,
who defend the Homeland here and abroad.
Our Values
Spirituality—Compassion—Diversity—Courage
ChaplainsJFHQ
State Chaplain *COL Hoogland -
157th
32d
*Henke
* Fleischfresser
*Hedman
*Brooks
*Miller
*Khile (D)
*Bauer (D)
*Robertson
Lockwood (cc)
Granger (cc)
*Ledger
Salmela (cc)
Short (cc)
Evans (cc)
*Whitaker
Dadam (cc)
Utterback (cc)
Canter (cc)
Jordens (cc)
Vacant (732)
Vacant (257)
McDonnell (cc)
*= Chaplain
(D) = Deployed
(cc) = Chaplain Candidate
Vacant (32BSTB)
Vacant (1/120FA)
64th
Chaplain Assistants
State Chaplain Assistant MSG Miller-
JFHQ
157th
32d
64th
Leslie
Sward
Maier
Gustafson
Seim
Schaller
Roberts (D)
Porter
Tennessen (D)
Vacant (1/121)
Annoye
Hernandez
Kunkel
Lavota
Vacant (105th)
Wisconsin Army National Guard
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SUPERIOR
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950 Clearance Co (-)
ASHLAND
Det 2 829 Vertical Co
Bauer/Roberts
HAYWARD
l Co A 724 Engr Bn (FSC)
FMS 12
SPOONER
RHINELANDER
l Det 1 950 Clearance Co
Det 1 951 Sapper Co
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951 Sapper Co (-) l
RICE LAKE
Vacant/Lavota
Det 1 Co B 1-128 Inf
Co A RSP
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Co A 1-128 Infl
l RIVER FALLS
MARINETTE
FMS 13
Det 1 HHC 1-128 Inf
MARSHFIELD
Btry A 1-120 FA
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MOSINEE
lCo G(-) 132 BSB (FSC) (1-120)
CLINTONVILLE
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Det 1 1158 Trans Co l
ONALASKA
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WAUPACA
GREEN BAY
Co E(-) 132 BSB (FSC) (2-127)
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BLACK RIVER FALLS
Co A BSTB (EN) (32 BCT)
Det 1 Co C 1-128 Inf
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Btry B 1-120 FA
Co F(-) 132 BSB (FSC) (1-128)
Salmela
Det 1 HHC 2-127 Inf
STEVENS POINT
NEILLSVILLE
ARCADIA
Co D 2-127 Infl
l HHC(-) BSTB
ABBOTSFORD l
EAU CLAIRE
Co C(-) 1-128 Inf l
l Co C BSTB (Sig)
WAUSAU
HHC(-) 1-128 Inf
Det 1 Co F 132 BSB (FSC) (1-128)
FMS 7
R. Miller/Seim
ANTIGO
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Co D 1-128 Inf
Det 1 HHC BSTB
Co C RSP
273 Sapper Co
724 EN Bn HQ
924 Facility Det
829 Vertical Co (-)
949 EN Det Survey & Design
Co B RSP
MENOMONIE
MERRILL
MEDFORD
CHIPPEWA FALLS
RICHMOND
l NEW
Co B(-) 1-128 Inf
Vacant/Annoye
TOMAHAWK
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WISCONSIN RAPIDS
Co B 2-127 Inf
Co D RSP
HHB 1-120 FA
l APPLETON
Det 1 Co G 132 BSB (FSC) (1-120)
OSHKOSH
HHC(-) 2-127 Inf
FT McCOY
FMS 14
1157 Trans Co
Det 1 Co E 132 BSB
426 Rgt (Ldr)
RIVERS
l TWO
TOMAH
FMS
10
(FSC) (2-127)
(WMA)
357 Sig Co
HHC
732
CSS
Bn
1-426 Rgt (FA)
106
Quarry
Tm
BERLIN
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2-426 Rgt (GS)
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332
ROC
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WI TNG Center
CAMP DOUGLAS
32 BCT
Det 1 B Co BSTB (MI) l
MATES
l HHC
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1967 Contract Tm Co F RSP
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PLYMOUTH
SPARTA
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WI MED Det
USPFO, CSMS
Btry B 1-121 FA (HIMARS)
107 Maint Co (-)
RIPON
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l
Det 1 Co A 2-127 Inf
MAUSTON
FOND DU LAC
Co B 132 BSB (Maint)
Co C 2-127 Inf
VIROQUA
WAUPUN l Co E RSP
BARABOO
107 Maint Co
REEDSBURG
Co
A(-)
2-127
Inf
WEST BEND
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Trp C 105 RSTA l Co D(-) 132 BSB (FSC)
Det 1 Co C 2-135 GSAB
(RSTA)
lPORTAGE
l Co F (-) 2-238 GSAB
RICHLAND CENTER
HARTFORD
Co G RSP
HHC 132 BSB
Det 1 Co B 248 ASB
Det 1 829 Vertical Co
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AASF 1
824 Concrete Det l
Ledger/Porter
Lockwood
Det 1
Dadam/Hernandez
WATERTOWN
Fleischfresser/Sward
Trp B 105 RSTA
PRAIRIE DU CHIEN
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Legend
32nd BCT-Flash/Sward
157th MEB-Henke/Leslie
64th TC-Hedman/Maier
426th RGT-(Hedman)
JFHQ-Hoogland/Miller
Mixed Facility
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MADISON
229 Horizontal Co (-)
FT ATKINSON
PLATTEVILLE
Det 1 229 Horizontal Co
JANESVILLE
Co A 257 BSB
(Distro)l
FMS 8
MONROE
64 ROC l
Robertson/Kunkle
HQ 157 MEB
HHS 1-121 FA (HIMARS)
32 MP Co (-)
Co C 132 BSB (Med)
Co I RSP
FMS 3
BELOIT l
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WAUKESHA
135 Med Co
Co A(-) 132 BSB (Distro) l
ELKHORN
Det 1 Co A 132 BSB (Distro) l
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MILWAUKEE
Btry C 1-121 FA (HIMARS)
108 FSC (HIMARS)
FMS 5l
Trp A 105 RSTA OCONOMOWOC
Det 1 32 MP Co
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WHITEWATER
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BURLINGTON
457 Chem Co
Henke/Leslie
2402 Bowman St.
1954 Pearson St.
1420 Wright St.
JFHQ-WI
132 Army Band
WI R&R BN
HQ 64 Trp Cmd
641 Trp Cmd Bn
1-147 Aviation (-)
Det 52 OSA Cmd
AASF 2
112 MPAD
HHT 105 RSTA
Co B (-) BSTB (MI)
Det 1 Co D 132 BSB (FSC) (RSTA)
54 Civil Spt Tm (WMD)
505 Trial Defense Tm
FMS 9
Khile/Tennessen/Schaller
HHD 257 BSB
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RACINE
Btry A 1-121 FA (HIMARS)
KENOSHA
Co B 257 BSB (Spt Maint)
Co J RSP
FMS 6
2400 Wright St.
Hoogland/ J. Miller
OAK CREEK
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1158 Trans Co (-)
CO H RSP
MADISON
Hedman/Maier
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SUSSEX
Brooks/Vacant
Vacant/Gustafson
Vacant/Vacant
Utterback
As of: 20 OCT 10
Chaplain School
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*01-02 Oct 10
04-05 Nov 10
03 Dec
07 Jan
04 Feb
04 Mar
*01-02 Apr 11
13 May
03 Jun
Volk Field
Ft. McCoy (WMA)
10
JFHQ
11
JFHQ
11
JFHQ
11
JFHQ
Volk Field
11
JFHQ
11
JFHQ
* Indicate Dates that Chaplain Assistants are directed to
attend the training.
Chaplain Candidates
DO’S
DON’TS
WORSHIP SERVICE
ASSIGNED TO JFHQ
NEWSLETTER ARTICLES
REFERRED TO BY RANK NOT
CHAPLAIN
BRIEFINGS
CANNOT COUNSEL
INTEGRATE WITH SOLDIERS
CANNOT DEPLOY
ATTEND MONTHLY
CHAPLAIN CORPS
TRAINING
CHAPLAIN / CHAPLAIN CANDIDATE
DUTIES
Drill Duties
Pastoral Acts
Provide Worship Service
Hospital Visits
Baptism
Counseling - Type:
Bible Study
Bible / Materials handed out
Official Acts
Visit with New Soldier #:
Soldiers Visited #:
Provide a 'Thought for the Day'
Training
Briefings - Type:
World Religion - presentation
Comments
Location:
Training
Recurring Duties
Official Acts
Work a Marriage Weekend
Work a Singles Weekend
Recruiting of potential Chaplains
Officers Association Annual Mtg
State Family Program
Wrote Article for Unit Newsletter
Nov-09
Occasional Duties
Pastoral Acts
Counseling - Type:
Officiated at Wedding
Funeral
Official Acts
Youth Camp
Reunion / Reintegration Brief
Family Readiness Group Mtg
Community Meetings / Talks
Death Notification
Briefings - Type:
STRONG BONDS
 Strong Bonds is a unit-based, chaplain-led program which
assists commanders in building individual resiliency by
strengthening the Army Family. The core mission of the
Strong Bonds program is to increase individual Soldier and
Family member readiness through relationship education
and skills training.
 Strong Bonds is conducted in an offsite retreat format in
order to maximize the training effect. The retreat or “get
away” provides a fun, safe, and secure environment in
which to address the impact of relocations, deployments,
and military lifestyle stressors.
STRONG BONDS
 P.I.C.K. (Premarital Interpersonal Choices and knowledge)
For Single Service Members
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P.R.E.P. (Prevention, Relationship
Enhancement Program) For Married Couples
 FAMILY WELLNESS For Married or Singles with Children
(8 year olds can attend sessions)
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LAUGH YOUR WAY TO A BETTER
MARRIAGE
P.I.C.K. AGENDA
 Friday Evening
 Dinner
 Welcome and Staff
Introductions
 House Keeping Items
 Introduction to P.I.C.K.
Weekend.
 Ice Breaker
 Saturday Morning
 Breakfast
 Session One: Birds Eye View
 Break
 Session Two: You can’t marry
Jethro without getting the
Clampets too!
 Lunch Break
 Saturday Afternoon
 Session Three: Ingredients
 Break
 Session Four: Expectations
and Disappointments
 Group-social Activity
 Dinner(Optional)
 Sunday Morning
 Worship Service (Optional)
 Breakfast
 Review from Saturday
 Session Five: The Horse and
the Cart
 Wrap up
 AAR
P.R.E.P. AGENDA
 Friday Evening
 Saturday Morning
 Dinner
 Breakfast
 Welcome and Staff
 Session Three: Honey
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Introductions
House Keeping Items
Session One:
Introduction
Ice Breaker
Session Two:
Communication Danger
Signs
Let’s Talk
 Break
 Session Four: Issues and
Hidden Issues
 Session Five: Fun and
Friendship
 Lunch Break
P.R.E.P. AGENDA
 Saturday Afternoon
 Sunday Morning
 Session Six: You, Me and Us
 Worship Service (Optional)
 Session Seven: Stress and
 Breakfast
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Relaxation
 Break
Session Eight: Problem solving
Session Nine: Forgiveness
Session Ten: Supporting Each
Other
Couple Date Night
 Session Eleven: Deployment and
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Marriage
Session Twelve: The
Sensual/Sexual Relationship
 Break and Room Check Out
Session Thirteen: Ground Rules
Session Fourteen: Commitment
Wrap up
 AAR
 Travel Vouchers
Laugh Your Way to a Better
Marriage Agenda
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Friday Evening
Dinner
Welcome and Staff Introductions
House Keeping Items
Introduction to the Weekend.
Ice Breaker
 Saturday Morning
 Breakfast
 Session One: “A Tale of Two Brains”
 Break
 Session Two: “Why Does He/She Do
That?”
 Lunch Break
 Saturday Afternoon
 Session Three: “The #1 Key To
Incredible Sex.”
 Break
 Date Night
 Dinner(Optional)
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Sunday Morning
Worship Service (Optional)
Breakfast
Review from Saturday
Session Four: “How To Stay Married
And Not Kill Anyone”
 Wrap up
 AAR
FAMILY WELLNESS AGENDA
Saturday Afternoon
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Friday Evening
Dinner
Welcome
House Keeping Items
Introduction to Family Wellness
weekend.
 Ice Breaker
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 Saturday Morning
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 Breakfast
 Session One (Parents in Healthy
Families)
 Break
 Session Two (Children In
Healthy Families)
 Lunch Break
 Session Three (Adults Working
Together)
 Break
 Session Four (As Children Grow-
Change in Healthy Families)
 Family Fun Time
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Saturday Evening Dinner
Family Fun Time
Sunday Morning
Worship Service(Optional)
Breakfast
Session Five (Solving Family
Problems)
 Break
 Room Check Out
 Session Six (Sex, Drugs and You)
 Wrap up
 AAR
 Travel Vouchers
STRONG BONDS SCHEDULE
Marriage Enrichment / PREP
19-21 NOV 2010
18-20 FEB 2011
18-20 MAR 2011
20-22 MAY 2011
Singles Retreat / PICK
18-20 FEB 2011
20-22 MAY 2011
Family Wellness
20-22 MAY 2011
22-24 JUL 2011
LAUGH YOUR WAY
28-30 JAN 2011
15-17 JUL 2011
1-800-292-9464
Partners in Care
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QUESTIONS?

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