Robert E. Kraemer II
President

Bob Kraemer is president and founder of the Cops and Kids Foundation.  He is responsible for the strategic vision and overall direction of the foundation.  Bob began his career in the private sector with the U-Haul Company while he was still in high school.  He moved through the ranks and held the title of Fleet Maintenance Manager and was responsible for sixty employees. He left that position in 1994 to follow his passions and become a full time police officer. Bob retired as a police officer in January of 2010.  He worked the last nine years of his law enforcement career in the community policing division. In that role, he helped shape the lives of youths in his community through award winning community service programs. Programs which he continues today via the Cops and Kids Foundation.

Rob Kraemer
Vice President

Rob is Vice President of the Cops and Kids Foundation.  He helps oversee strategic direction, marketing, operations and fundraising for the foundation.  Rob graduated from UW-Milwaukee with a degree in Political Science.  He is a former police officer who left his position to help found the Cops and Kids foundation and pursue a career in the nonprofit industry.  Rob currently resides in Washington D.C. where he works in development for an environmental nonprofit.

Tony Teske
Treasurer

Tony is Treasurer for Cops and Kids Foundation.  He is responsible for the integrity and operation of all financial, accounting, and compliance activities. Tony has been self-employed as an individual financial consultant since May 1991.  He is responsible for the filing of over 350 individual tax returns and Processes quarterly payroll reports and preparation of over 35 small business and corporate tax returns.  Prior to that he was a Volunteer treasurer for Wisconsin Council on Problem Gambling, Inc.  and an agent for the Internal Revenue Service

Debbie Kraemer
Secretary

Debbie is secretary for Cops and Kids Foundation.  She is responsible for fundraising leadership and helps develop, prioritize and implement fundraising initiatives. Debbie has more than twenty years experience in the health Insurance Industry, specializing in employee benefit plan management. Prior to joining Cops and Kids, she has been a volunteer with the Cops & Bobbers, Gutter Busters, Badges & Bulls Eyes Programs.  Debbie has been active with the Police Athletic League (PAL) as well as other community programs.

Leonard F. Meyer

Leonard is currently the Director of Facilities at the Milwaukee Hilton.  He has held that position since 2008, holding the same position at the Grand Geneva Resort and the Pfister previously.  Lenny was a full time police officer from 1978 -1986 In the City of Greenfield. When he moved into the private sector he remained a police officer on a part time basis for twenty five years. He is currently employed as an officer with the Town of Waterford.  He has been very active in community programs for the last 10 years.

Donald R. Schnoor Jr

Don has been employed as the Foreman of Pavement marking at Poblocki Paving Corporation for the last 15 years.  He was a Wisconsin National Guard Member from 1983 to 1993.  Married with 3 sons, Don has been very active with Pewaukee government.  He has been an avid volunteer for the Community Programs in his area.

Jennifer Kimmons

Jennifer is a graduate of Jackson State University, in Jackson, MS. There she received her B.A. of Business-Entrepreneurship, maintained the Dean’s List, held various leadership titles and became a lady of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated. Since her graduation she has returned home and currently employed with the Milwaukee Public School System. Her next steps are to attend a Graduate Program for School Psychology to continue to be a helping hand to the youth of today and her community.

Timothy Probst

Timothy has been a police officer with the City of Waukesha for over 19 years. As a patrol officer he spent three years with the department’s Community Policing Unit, during which time the department earned the Sir Robert Peel award from the State of Wisconsin Association of Community Oriented Policing (WACOP) for the development of Project S.W.E.E.P., which allows kids to perform community service in lieu of paying municipal citation fines. He also participated in the Police and Kids (P.A.K) and Safe and Sound youth mentor programs. For the past eight years, Timothy has served as a detective for the City of Waukesha. He currently acts as a general assignment detective, having previously spent time on the narcotics and vice unit.

Aside from police work, Timothy enjoys coaching his son and daughter’s youth sport teams and has been a youth/high school basketball coach for 19 years.  He also instructs police recruits at Waukesha County Technical College and works field security at Miller Park.

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