Swiss Roots Society

This sustaining membership was formed after the Swiss Center’s Board of Directors made a commitment to a number of strategic options to ensure the organization's financial viability.

The Swiss Roots Society will consist of 100 people, organizations and businesses who make an annual gift of $1,000 or more without restriction.This provides the Swiss Center with a reliable, steady stream of financial support. Our friends at the North American Swiss Singing Alliance seen to the left is just one of the groups who have said yes to being part of the Swiss Roots Society.

We would love you to join them.  Contact Beth Zurbuchen at or 608-527-6565 to find out how you can become part of the the Swiss Roots Society. 

Membership means you are making an investment in the future of the Swiss Center of North America.

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2018-2019 Swiss Roots Society Members

Debra Alder, Delavan, WI  +  Alp and Dell Cheese Store, Monroe, WI  +  Ruth Anderegg, New Glarus, WI + Dora Brand, Madison, WI + Neal Brunner, Madison, WI  +  Columbus Gruetli Verein, Columbus, OH  +  John Etter, Middleton, WI + Duane Freitag, Greendale, WI  +  The Gempeler Family, Richfield, WI +

Max and Jeanne Gonzenbach, Milbank, SD  + Tom Hefty, Elm Grove, WI  +  Hoesly's Meats, New Glarus, WI Don Horisberger, New Glarus, WI  +   Mary Jean Jecklin, Ann Arbor, MI  +  Hans Lenzlinger, New Glarus, WI 

Martha Etter Luedeking, Monroe, WI  +  Shelly Kubly Muranyi, Monroe, WI  + Rudy and Marilyn Neff, Milbank, SD New Glarus Chamber of Commerce  +  Elda Schiesser, New Glarus, WI  +  Linda Schiesser, New Glarus, WI + Kendall Schneider, Evansville, WI + Petra Streiff and Larry Stuessy, New Glarus, WI + Swiss Benevolent Society Philadelphia + Donald Tritt, Granville, OH  +  Doris Waldmann, Verona, WI  +  Peter Wenger, Columbus, OH + Ray Young, Houston,TX 

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"Grateful is the word that comes to mind when I think how your Swiss Roots Society membership helps the Swiss Center of North America grow and extend its programming and outreach."

Beth Zurbuchen, President