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Business After Fives

Interested in hosting a Business After Five in 2023?

If your business is interested in becoming a BA5 host or co-host, please contact Membership Development, Marketing & Events Director Jenny Tschudy at 608.757.3160 or via email at jennyt@forwardjanesville.com. To learn more about the role of host, click here for a brief overview.  Have more questions? Please contact Jenny Tschudy. 

Each BA5 runs from 5 to 7 PM and features refreshments, seasonal themes (optional) and great opportunities to get to know others in the Rock County business community. 

BA5's are a great way to learn about the host businesses, create new relationships with peer business' and sharpen your networking skills. 

Don't forget - when your business is a member, so are your employees.  We encourage you to bring your co-workers along and take advantage of this stress free networking program. Bring a friend and introduce them to the chamber world. 

Admission: $5 for Members | $10 non-members

2022 BA5 Schedule

Please note that the events are scheduled and are subject to change.  Keep your attention on amendments and updates on our website and our "Pulse" electronic newsletter.


What Sets Schneider Funeral Director Apart
Schneider Funeral Directors, Inc has been a proud and family owned tradition since 1885. Our family has served families in Janesville, WI for over 5 generations with dignity and respect. We are the only Funeral Home in Janesville with convenient amenities like our private on-site crematory and on-site Life Celebration Center building. 

 

Our Funeral Home History - The original owners of Nelson Brothers ivery and Undertaking, which eventually became Schneider Funeral Home and Crematory, were John M. Nelson and H.J. "Rash" Nelson. The home was originally located at the east end of the Court Street Bridge. After John's death, "Rash" continued the business by buying Kimball Funeral Home at 158 South Jackson. In 1930, John H. Nelson started working with his father and the name was changed to Nelson-Kimball Funeral Home. He eventually became sole owner of the business in 1942.

In 1960 Neal W. Schneider went into partnership with Nelson. After Nelson's death, two years later, Neal Schneider and his wife, Dee, took over the business. In 1972 the name of the business changed to Schneider Funeral Home, and in 1974 a new funeral home was built on East Racine Street, our current location. Currently, Neal and Dee Schneider’s grandson, Neal J. Schneider, is the owner of the funeral home.

Although the environment and the people change, Schneider Funeral Home's concept of funeral service has continued on.

"It's helping people during a very critical, very difficult period of time," said Schneider. "It's service to people that's always been the same. We know that it's a very hard time for people when there's a death, and we try to help them."

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