Modern Woodmen reps earn distinction

Kristi L. Schaeffer and William P Waddle, representatives for Modern Woodmen of America, have achieved membership in the Million Dollar Round Table.

Founded in 1927, MDRT, The Premier Association of Financial Professionals, is a global, independent association of more than 49,000 life insurance and financial services professionals from more than 500 companies in 70 countries.

MDRT members demonstrate exceptional professional knowledge, strict ethical conduct and outstanding client service.

The local Modern Woodmen office is located at 2315 30th Ave.

Maier joins Johnson Financial Group

Joe Maier has joined Johnson Financial Group as senior vice president, director of wealth strategy.

With 22 years in legal wealth strategy, Maier has extensive experience serving high-net worth individuals, business owners and corporate executives.

Most recently, Maier comes from Foley & Lardner where he led a team of professionals to design complex wealth maximization and transfer plans to accomplish client goals.

He is a certified public accountant, an adjunct professor at the University of Wisconsin Law School and a public speaker and author on estate and business planning topics.

Visitors Bureau moves to new office

The Kenosha Area Convention & Visitors Bureau’s Downtown Kenosha Visitor Information Center has moved a few blocks.

It’s now located in the Harborview Office Center at 600 52nd St., Suite 140.

The hours remain the same: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. weekdays.

The bureau can be reached at 262-654-7307 or online at VisitKenosha.com.

Morzinski earns service award

Kim Morzinski has earned Johnson Financial Group’s 2018 Community Service Award.

Morzinski, a relationship banker, volunteers her time and talents to various community organizations.

For more than 15 years, Morzinski has supported the Corporate Volunteer Council of Racine, currently serving as treasurer.

She also leads the registration and volunteer recruitment for the annual Giving Tree Program in partnership with Toys for Tots.

She promotes financial literacy in the community as a supporter of Racine Unified School District’s SEE Your Future Expo.

She has also served on the planning committee for the Racine/Kenosha Money Conference and serves as a judge for the Asset Builders yearly Financial and Investment Challenge Bowl.

As the Community Service Award winner, Morzinski will receive $3,000 to donate to a charity of her choice.

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