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The Schmeeckle Private Foundation is a family foundation serving Martin County, Minnesota. The Foundation is carrying on the legacy of long-time Martin County resident Juanita Ellen (Teubner) Schmeeckle to provide grants for the betterment of Martin County.

Schmeeckle  Foundation

Serving Martin County, Minnesota

Three principal areas of funding:

Disabled and Elderly


The Schmeeckle Foundation is also focusing grant funds to help the elderly with resources and programs to support their well-being.  In addition,  The Schmeeckle Foundation is focusing grant funds to help ensure the disabled in need have the resources available to assist them so they will have access to high quality programs that empower them to make their way productively and creatively in their communities.  

Early Childhood Care and Education

The Schmeeckle Foundation is focusing grant funds on affordable child care, affordable pre-kindergarten education, educational programs for students, and college scholarships that are available to carry on one’s education.

Arts

The Schmeeckle Foundation is focusing grant funds to enhance the Arts opportunities in Martin County ensuring future generations living in Martin County will have even greater places and resources to live and raise a family.

Long-time Martin County resident 

We are carrying on her legacy with the Schmeeckle Foundation.

Juanita Ellen (Teubner) Schmeeckle

Juanita’s wish was that as her legacy she could do things that would help the people of Martin County especially the children and disabled and elderly.


Juanita Ellen (Teubner) Schmeeckle was born on December 25, 1922, at her parent's home in Center Creek Township, Martin County, MN. She was the daughter of Windom and Grace (Doolittle) Teubner. Juanita graduated from Huntley Consolidated School in 1941. She furthered her education at Mankato Commercial College.


After school, Juanita moved to Texas where she married Alex Pope, who fought and died in World War II. She then moved to Southern California where she met Roland Schmeeckle. The couple married in 1956, in Santa Clara, CA.
Juanita and Roland owned and operated an auto repair business while Juanita owned and operated a beauty salon. Years later, they started Roland's Equipment Company, Inc. in Anaheim, CA. The couple shared thirty-six years together before Roland passed away on May 3, 1992. After Roland passed away, Juanita continued to operate the business for several years. She eventually sold the company and returned to Minnesota.


In her earlier years, Juanita was an avid ballroom dancer as well as an accomplished painter. She also enjoyed collecting, traveling around the world and especially loved the company of her many pets throughout the years.

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Schmeeckle Foundation Advisory Committee:


Shelia Hohensee

Phone:  507-236-1152

Email:  hockeymom305@gmail.com


Char Kahler

Phone:  507-236-4606

Email:  chark@kaco.net


Chris Pierce

Phone:  507-238-8328

Email:  cwilliampierce@msn.com


Loren Dunham

Phone:  507-238-1172

Email:  dunfritz@midco.net

For more information you may contact the Trustees:
James Teubner, Trustee
Phone:    507-236-6411
Email:    caroljim71@gmail.com


Profinium, Inc., Trustee
Phone:    Stephen Roesner 507-235-7567
Email:    StephenR@Profinium.com

Shirley Maschoff, Trustee
Phone:    507-399-0216 Ext. 2
Email:    smaschoff@krahmerfarms.com


Fred C. Krahmer, Trustee
Phone:    507-236-5601
Email:    fredck@krahmerlaw.com

Southern Minnesota Initiative Foundation
525 Florence Avenue
Owatonna MN 55060
507-455-3215
JenniferH@smifoundation.org
Providing administrative support to the Schmeeckle Foundation

Simply fill out the application.

Use the Grant Budget Worksheet as well in planning.


Email your application and worksheet - click here.



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