Rosie – Previously on Rosie- Cooper Power Systems for 27 years, 34 different job titles. Retired with honors in 2010. Rosie started classes at TechSkills for Medical Billing & Coding before retiring.
After completing schooling for Medical Billing & Coding at TechSkills in Brookfield, WI, she went back into the workforce at Dynamic Family Solutions in Manitowoc, WI. Rosie worked as an administrative assistant, with many job duties. When Rosie retired from Dynamic Family Solutions she used her office skills at the Mukwonago Food Pantry and North Prairie Fire Department Auxiliary. Rosie’s hobbies are anything outdoors, cooking, baking, hoping to do more fishing this year and to try golfing again after a double knee replacement. Rosie and Pat have lived in North Prairie for 26 years, they have 3 cats, Missy (Carb cat) Seeley (the Diva) and Smokey (The Hisser).
I was a phlebotomist for 13 years at Oconomowoc Hospital and a Dialysis tech. for 19 years at Purity dialysis, I never went to college, was trained on the job for it all. I am obsessed with the sky…and I take pictures of it all!!! My favorite book is the Audobon society guide to North American weather…lol…I love to see and take pictures of all the different types of clouds, solar halos, sundogs, iridescent clouds, etc. I am also into and obsessed with Astronomy, I know where and when the planets you can see with the naked eye are every night, I watch the ISS fly over all the time, I watch the Moon phases and I take pictures of it all etc. I also keep track of comets and asteroids that are coming close to us…did you know that a very large asteroid just missed us yesterday?? It was the closest one to the earth since 2004!!! It was huge!!! I also grow a garden every year…I call myself a “self-taught farmer” I had no idea what I was doing at first and after 20 years of growing a garden I have learned a lot!!!
Beth is our Quality Assurance Administrative Assistant. She began working at CEG in May of 2016. Her main responsibilities in her role include, dictation follow ups, accepting reports, sending reports on to our QA department and various other tasks. Beth loves working at CEG, because everything is truly a team effort from start to finish. Beth previously worked in an administrative role for a youth soccer club, after she graduated from High Point University in 2003 with a Business Administration degree. She has been married for 13 years to her husband Ross. She took a break from working outside of the house, to be a stay at home mom to her four daughters. She has spent a lot of time volunteering in her kid’s classrooms as well as providing a safe “taxi” service to her young girls. Beth has lived in Southeastern Wisconsin for 14 years and believes it is the perfect place to raise her family.
I came to Crawford Evaluation Group with over 35 years’ experience in the medical field beginning as a unit secretary at Froedtert Memorial Lutheran Hospital on the surgical/telemetry floor and covering ICU and transplant when needed. I had the opportunity to work in a general surgeon’s office in 1990 and remained there until his recent (and thus my) retirement in 2016. In addition, I have always had evening jobs at St. Joseph Hospital as Emergency Room Secretary and Inpatient Rehab secretary, as well as Office Assistant at a private mental health clinic. I feel my diverse medical background is a perfect fit for my “post-retirement” position in the Sorting Department at Crawford Evaluation Group.
I am married with two grown children and three growing grandchildren. My husband and I love riding motorcycle and have traveled throughout most of the United States. We belong to the Milwaukee Chapter. Through the Ladies of Harley-Milwaukee Chapter I have become involved with several charities, especially Sophia’s Heart.
“Braunie” joined CEG in September 2016 as a sorter. I needed something to stimulate my brain during retirement. I graduated from Marion University with a BS in Radiologic Technology and a BS in Business Administration. I worked for 41 years in Nuclear Medicine and Nuclear Cardiology. Braunie is an avid sports fan. I love the Brewers, Packers, Badgers and racing in any form. I played, coached and umpired softball for 20 years. I love to camp, having graduated from pup tent to RV. Upon graduation, I made it a mission to see every state, I have made 49 of 50. Alaska is on my bucket list. I listen to blues, bluegrass, country, country rock and old time rock and roll. My best times are with family and friends.
Stephanie is a Records Coordinator at CEG. She began working at CEG in May 2016. Stephanie assists with all duties involving requesting, calling and receiving medical records along with organizing diagnostic studies for our medical experts. She enjoys being in contact with clients and doctor’s daily.
Stephanie attended WCTC Barber/Cosmetology program where she holds her current license to cut and style hair. She also has her Associates degree in Phlebotomy and also holds current her Dialysis Technician License with the state of WI. In Stephanie’s spare time she enjoys camping, spending time with friends and family, cooking, and crafting. She loves being a mom to her daughter and a step mom to her two other children. Stephanie is always up for a challenge.
Karen is a records coordinator at CEG. She began working at Crawford in January of 2016. Karen’s primary job consists of making sure that all records and diagnostics get delivered to our panel of doctors as a complete package and in a timely manner. What she enjoys most about her job is working with the great people at CEG.
Prior to starting her family, Karen worked in the banking industry where her customer service skills and attention to detail provided the background for her position at Crawford. In her free time Karen enjoys cheering her kids on at her son’s sports and daughter’s choral performances. She also enjoys spending time with friends and traveling.
Sandy is a Records Coordinator at CEG. She began working at CEG in October, 2013. Sandy specializes in making sure cover letters and medical records are received and processed in a timely manner. She enjoys assisting and interacting with clients and experts on a daily basis.
Sandy attended UW-Oshkosh graduating with a K-12 General/Choral music degree. She spent 2 years studying music therapy as well. Prior to starting her family and raising 2 daughters, she taught choir for 7 years. She loves to spend her spare time with her family whether it be gardening, cooking, making music, traveling, playing, or watching their handful of pet chickens.