Life coach opens business in New Holstein

Connie Krupp has opened a new business in New Holstein—Wellness4life—located in The Refinery Wellness Center above Lilybee Flowers.

Krupp worked at the Department of Human Services of Calumet County as a social worker and access supervisor. She also taught both face-to-face and online courses at Moraine Park Technical College in the social work and business areas.

She has a Bachelor’s in Social Work degree from Lakeland College and a Master’s of Business Administration from Marian University. She owned KT&C where she wrote courses and curriculum for colleges and businesses around the U.S. Recently, Krupp became a licensed health and life coach.

She is offering online courses, providing individual coaching via phone or Zoom, and in partnership with The Refinery Wellness Center in New Holstein is offering workshops on health and wellness.

She and her husband live in New Holstein. They have two children and five grandchildren. They spend their free time golfing and at their cottage in Eagle River.

(Please see the November 5 issue of the Tri-County News for more on this story.)

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