Caring With Honor is a dynamic, non-medical, in-home care company that aims to provide Caregivers and Services that extend beyond the normal industry standards. Our team of Investors and Staff is comprised of former Law Enforcement with over 135 years of experience, Military, and Health Professionals. Our clients can be assured that Caring With Honor will act with integrity, honesty, and respect while delivering effective, courteous, and responsive services to all.
At Caring With Honor we are committed to excellence by protecting and enhancing the quality of life, independence, and dignity of our clients within the scope of services offered. Employees of Caring With Honor will act with honesty, integrity, and respect in the delivery of effective, courteous and responsive services towards our clients.
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Who We Are
Tracy Kovach is Caring With Honor’s Office Manager and truly believes in our mission statement. She brings over 10 years of experience and is dedicated to excellent client care. Tracy is responsible for working with prospective clients and managing ongoing care. She also supervises the caregivers and works with them to build a relationship between the caregiver and the client. Each client is unique and we find that in many cases the client wishes to remain in their own home with familiar surroundings. Tracy will work with the client as well as family members or friends to create a plan of care to meet their needs. Life brings many changes for all of us and whether it’s due to advancing age, recovering from a surgery or simply looking for companionship, Tracy and Caring With Honor are committed to helping the people in our community.
Brian Kaebish is a Recruiter for Caring With Honor’s Human Resources division. Brian brings a long history of Law Enforcement, retiring as the Chief of Police from the City of St Francis. He is dedicated to hiring quality in home caregivers. With his experience he understands the importance of hiring professional caregiver who display dedication, responsibility and trust when working with our clients. Brian fully supports the Caring With Honor mission. He understands the value of forming partnerships with law enforcement and military personnel who bring knowledge and years of experience working within our communities. We’ve seen our elderly population in need of care or companionship, often just being lonely or needing minimal help to maintain their quality of life and independence. We provide information on home safety, how to spot elder abuse, report crimes and how to avoid becoming the victim of a scam. Far too often our elderly population is the target of financial scams or bogus contractors. Brian strives to make sure our clients have the tools they need to enjoy their senior years and keep them safe.
Penelope Vogel is a Business Development Manager for Caring With Honor’s sales and marketing division. She will be establishing new business partners and building awareness of Caring With Honor services within the communities. Penelope has worked with seniors across the continuum of care for over 12 years. Throughout her career, she has assisted clients and families make difficult decisions regarding care and support. Penelope believes: Aging with dignity and independence is the ability to live life to its fullest in the place you call home, regardless of age, illness or disability. She is passionate about providing and assisting those individuals that may need additional help and meeting with them to create a customized care plan. She understands the impact Caring With Honor can be to support a client’s decision for extra help and assistance to age in place.
Charlotte Verser is a Scheduler for Caring With Honor. She has a bachelor’s degree in human services and over 8 years of healthcare experience. Charlotte is a retired US Navy veteran serving 3 years in Desert Storm. She understands that remaining in the comfort of your own home is one of the most important things for aging adults and she finds satisfaction in helping the elderly.
Mike Scasny is working with Caring With Honor in Sales and Marketing. Mike comes to Caring With Honor with over 24 years of law enforcement experience. He has worked in all aspects of law enforcement during his 24 years with the Milwaukee County Sheriffs office. Mike sees how important it is to bring help and support to our senior community without taking their pride or dignity. Mike feels Caring With Honor provides a service that allows our Seniors to enjoy a better way of life through care, comfort and friendship and supports the mission we are doing something right. Mike believes that the clients and their families will trust and feel confident and safe with the services Caring With Honor will provide.
Rosa is Caring With Honors Human Resources assistant. She brings years of customer service experience and is fluent in both English and Spanish.
Randy Scheel is a Recruiter for Caring With Honor’s Human Resources division. Randy had a 30-year law enforcement career with the Cudahy Police Department and retired in 2014 as a Sergeant. Over his career Randy witnessed how valuable it is for our seniors to stay connected to their community and neighborhood. Randy knows how important it is for our seniors to have quality in-home care. He has had some relatives, who have been able to stay in their homes longer due to the assistance of in-home care. It is with this background and concern that Randy strives to provide our seniors with top quality assistance for their in-home needs.
Ronald L. Scasny
Ron is the majority owner and President of Caring With Honor.
He has thirty-seven (37) years of health insurance and healthcare operations experience with the past seven years as a partner in the non-medical home-care industry. He is an entrepreneur by nature and has owned numerous businesses including a sports card/memorabilia store, a healthcare claims software company, health insurance companies (HMOs) and an embroidery/screen printing shop.
At Caring With Honor, Ron handles the Finance Department, works with the owners, and manages the Department Heads.
Ron and his wife Beth have seven children together and lead a very busy life watching the kids play sports. Ron enjoys musky fishing, deer and turkey hunting, playing tennis and lifting weights during his free time. As a lifelong Packer fan, his passion for football included playing in high school, college, and semi-professional, and coaching youth football for 15 years.
He has also been influenced over the years by his Grand-mother Emma, his Mom Pat, and his Sister Teri who all worked in the group home/skilled nursing home field.
Sue Borkowski is working with Caring With Honor as a Community Liaison Representative. Sue has worked with seniors across the continuum of care as a nurse for over 30 years. Throughout her career, she has assisted clients and their families make difficult decisions regarding care and support. Sue has advocated for her client’s decision to age in place and worked with families to help them set up support systems. As we age our choices become more limited, but the choice to determine where you live should always remain constant. She understands how vital Caring With Honor can be to support a client’s decision to age in place. “Home is where the heart is, wherever home may be.”
Judy Shor is responsible for Caring With Honor’s accounting and finance, including client invoicing and caregiver payroll. She has over twenty years of experience with bookkeeping and finance. Judy has a real passion for in-home care as she has had personnel experience dealing with family members. She knows how important it is to remain in the home, safe and independent and that meant having in-home care to assist. In her free time she enjoys cycling, running, and volunteering with the SE Wisconsin Alzheimer’s Association.
Patty has over seventeen years of insurance and managed care experience in commercial, self-funded and Medicaid. She has spent the last 6 years in the non-medical home-care industry. Currently Patty is a partner of Caring With Honor and manages Client Care and Human Resources.
Joanne has over eighteen years of experience in healthcare with the past 7 years as a partner in the non-medical home-care industry. She currently is a partner of Caring With Honor and manages the sales and marketing team. Her prior experience includes owning three franchise home care agency territories in southeastern Wisconsin.
Her passion is to provide seniors and disabled individuals the independence to live in their homes with dignity and respect. Providing personal care, homemaking and companionship services are a means to achieving this goal.
CARING WITH HONOR OWNERS
Our Owners’ Backgrounds Include:
13 years active Marine.
Retired deputy sheriff.
Parents of a Marine.
37 years health insurance experience.
Previous in-home care franchise owners.
Over 80 years of law enforcement experience.
Many of the business leaders at Caring With Honor are former military or law enforcement personnel who provide critical insight and support for the services and technology offered to protect and ensure our clients independence and freedom.
Those who honor and serve bring the attributes of loyalty, diversity and strong work ethic, which are core values we apply when servicing our clients and operating our business.