212 E. Third Street • Marshfield • Wisconsin • 54449 | Phone: 715.387.6300 • Email: info@hannahcenter.com

About Us
Meet The Staff

Tricia Fancher, Program Coordinator

Tricia has an Associate's degree of Applied Science in Criminal Justice Corrections. She is passionate about serving others and inspiring women to make positive life changes. Tricia and her son enjoy camping, baseball, bike riding, fishing, and playing with their dog! She loves to spend time with family and friends and in her spare time she is an avid reader.

Kaitlin Raine, Office Manager

Has an associate’s degree in hotel & Restaurant Management with an emphasis on Event Management. She came to The Hannah Center to share her kindness and compassion and to help women embrace holistic care of themselves. She is married to her high school sweetheart and her biggest enjoyment is spending time with family.


Resident Advocates/Women's Mentor's
(Night & Weekend Staff)

Barb

Barb is a homemaker and mother of 4. She enjoys helping other women overcome their life challenges.

Joan

Joan lives with her husband, Ted on a 40 acre hobby farm north of Marshfield. They have two grown daughters who work at the Marshfield Clinic. She enjoys walking, snowshoeing, and computing. She feels the concept of The Hannah Center is rewarding and likes helping the residents develop healthy patterns. Joan volunteered at The Hannah Center for ten years before coming on staff. She is also involved at the American Cancer Society Hope Lodge and is Treasurer for the Town of Spencer.

Kathy

I'm Kathy Jasurda, I'm retired from my full-time job at the clinic, but enjoy being part of these women's lives in this life- changing opportunity that the Hannah Center offers. We reach out to them, love them, help them, do what we can, and in return receive much in being a part of their lives, even if it's only for a short time.

Lorrie

Hi, my name is Lorrie Krokstrom. I was born and raised in Spencer. I was hired by the police department in 1986 (still employed there) and I moved to Marshfield in 1987. I was married in 1988 and was blessed with five children in the next ten years (three boys and two girls). After a divorce in 2001 I learned to become a single parent four days of each week during my shared custody period. I found myself at loose ends once I became a full time empty nester a couple of years ago. I applied and was hired by the Hannah Center in April 2018. I usually work one full weekend a month. I enjoy getting to know the women and children that call the Hannah Center home for a while. It is awesome to see them grow and become more confident women.

Elizabeth

Hi, my name is Elizabeth Ulrich. I have an associate’s degree in applied arts & sciences and continuing my education to study social work. I work at the Hannah Center because I enjoy encouraging women & helping them develop positive skills.