MADISON, Wis. – Agrace has appointed Casey FitzRandolph and Amy Wimmer to its Foundation board. Agrace is Wisconsin’s largest nonprofit community hospice and palliative care agency, providing end-of-life care and related services to people in southern Wisconsin. The Agrace Foundation Board guides fundraising, helping to meet the current and future needs of the organization.
FitzRandolph, of Cross Plains, Wis., is partner and senior account executive in the Madison office of M3 Insurance. FitzRandolph studied at Carroll University in Waukesha, while he competed in three Olympics and won a gold medal in speedskating in 2002. FitzRandolph is a licensed agent for property and casualty insurance in Wisconsin and holds his Certified Insurance Counselor (CIC) and Certified Authority on Workers’ Compensation (CAWC) designations. In addition to serving on Agrace’s board, FitzRandolph serves on the board of directors for Dream Bikes and in various capacities for the US Speed Skating Hall of Fame.
Wimmer, of Wisconsin Dells, Wis., is the owner of The Del-Bar, a family owned supper club in Wisconsin Dells. Before taking over ownership of the restaurant, Wimmer received her undergraduate degree from University of Wisconsin–Stout and was vice president of sales of CCX Corporation, a custom and high-speed cable and connectivity manufacturer in Colorado. She returned to Wisconsin in 2018 to continue the family business of operating the Del-Bar.
“We are delighted to have these two active community leaders join the Agrace Foundation Board, where they will continue to support services for people who are aging, ill or dying,” said Marcia Whittington, chief development officer for Agrace. “The work of the Agrace Foundation helps ensure that Agrace can continue to serve people from all walks of life, regardless of who they are or whether they can pay.”