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Wisconsin Health Care Excels

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*I met with Jenny Derks (far right) and Dr. Tipler (on the left closest to the banner). The gentleman on the far left was walking into the hospital and Dr. Tipler with his infinite kindness invited him to join us for the photo.


    Last year Wisconsin Health Care ranked #1 in the country based on quality according to the federal Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. The ranking was based on over 130 statistical measures of performance. Wisconsin scored highest in acute & chronic care and patient safety. This achievement is incredible!

    Today I had the opportunity to witness the health care system in action when I visited the Ascension Calumet Medical Center in Chilton. I met with Jenny Derks, the hospital's CAO, and Dr. Tipler, the VP of Medical Affairs. Touring the hospital and discussing pertinent issues made for a great morning. I am very appreciative to our health care providers who make Wisconsin a cut above every other state. We made a lot of positive legislative progress this session relating to the medical field, and I will continue supporting health care in our state.

    As always, if there is anything I can do to assist you, please contact me. You can share your thoughts, find out additional information on issues, or see where I stand on any legislation. I look forward to hearing from you and, as always, working for you.



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Representative Paul Tittl

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Thanks for Meeting with Me!

    This week I met with Armani, a Silver Lake College student. He grew up in Milwaukee and is continuing his education in our community. Armani enjoys track and field and is thinking about going into business. While in school, Armani is involved at the Lakeshore Humane Society. I saw how Armani was helping out in the community when he was featured in the paper, and our connection blossomed from there! It was great meeting him and learning more about his life story and his experiences at SLC. 

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Two Local Women Receive Governor's Recognition

    The recipients of the 2018 Governor's Trailblazer Awards for Women in Business have been announced. Congratulations to Lynn Seidl-Babcock (HomeCare Health Services & Hospice and Manitowoc HomeCare) and Mary Floyd (Country Styler), both from Manitowoc County. Lynn received the Forward and Pioneer Awards and Mary was recognized with the Pioneer Award. A Pioneer is a woman who has owned a business for the past 25 years or more. Seventeen women in total from across Wisconsin received awards. You can read more about all recipients here.

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*My grandson, Grant, is pictured here with his Easter eggs.

Easter Egg Hunt Fun

    On Saturday my family braved the snowy, slushy weather and made it to the Executive Residence for the Annual Governor's Easter Egg Hunt. My grandsons Grant and Roman made a great haul at the event! We can't wait to do it again next year. Easter weekend was a fun time with family as we remembered the sacrifice Jesus made and His glorious resurrection. 


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2 E-Updates Left!

    We have only a few e-updates left before the April 15th deadline. This is an election year and the law restricts what elected officials can send out to constituents between April 15th and the November election. Don't worry, you can still contact me for information or to voice your opinions after the deadline.

Find out More!

Contact Me:


  P.O. Box 8953
  Madison, WI 53708-8953
  Phone: 1-888-529-0025


What's Happening in
Community Events
  • Manitowoc was highlighted in Around The Corner with John McGivern. Take a look here! Manitowoc truly is a great place to be.
  • Do you know someone who is a high school sports super-fan? The Wisconsin High School Sports Awards show is searching for the most spirited prep sports fans in the state through the Sideline Selfie contest! The contest ends on April 27th, and winners will meet Aaron Rodgers! Learn more.
  • April is Autism Awareness Month in the United States. Autism now affects one in every 68 children in America. Let's promote autism awareness, inclusion, and self-determination this month and throughout the year.
  • April 9th-13th is Wisconsin's Tornado and Severe Weather Awareness Week. A statewide tornado drill is scheduled for Thursday, April 12th. 
  • From April 3rd-20th, the Manitowoc Public Library will host a used book sale, particularly focused on cookbooks and car repair manuals.
  • The Rahr-West Art Museum is showcasing the Youth Art Series with a focus on the Big East Conference from April 1st-20th. This includes Manitowoc Lutheran, Hilbert, and Reedsville.
  • Capitolooza 2018 is set for April 27th at the Capitol Civic Centre.
  • If you are more interested in Queen, come out for the Ultimate Queen Celebration at the Capitol Civic Centre on April 6th!
  • The Ledge View Nature Center is holding the Annual 2018 Crane Count on April 14th from 5:30 a.m. - 7:30 a.m
  • The Home Builders Association Annual Home Builders Show is scheduled for April 6th-7th at the Manitowoc Expo Grounds.

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