Meet the board of directors for Children’s Health Care Foundation. An asterisk (*) denotes people who serve on both the hospital and foundation boards.
Meet the board of directors for Children’s Health Care Foundation. An asterisk (*) denotes people who serve on both the hospital and foundation boards.
Charles J. Maxwell, Jr. is chairman and chief executive officer of Meristem Family Wealth and has more than 30 years of experience in family wealth management. He spent his early years providing fee-based financial planning and insurance solutions to closely held business owners through his affiliation with CIGNA Financial Advisors. In 1999, Mr. Maxwell founded Advisors Financial Services, an RIA, to independently serve his high-net worth client families. Realizing the importance of business succession and scale, he merged his firm to create Meristem, a wealth management firm. In 2005 and again in 2006, he helped Meristem merge two separate Minneapolis multigenerational family offices into the Meristem family office service model. Today, Meristem serves more than 150 family households with clients in multiple states. Assets under advisement are in excess of $3.2 billion. Mr. Maxwell is a certified financial planner and graduated from the University of Iowa with a bachelor’s degree in finance. Mr. Maxwell sits on the Children’s Minnesota Foundation Board, Children’s Minnesota Hospital Board and the Fetal Initiative Steering Committee. He previously served on the board of Social Venture Partners Minnesota, as a Trustee of the Courage Center Foundation and as a member of the Fraser board. He and his wife, Tara, are parents of triplets, Cole, Bennett and Grace.
Mike Hanson has served as President and Chief Executive Officer of Hunt Electric Corporation since 1996. He began his career at Hunt in 1985 as assistant project manager and worked his way through various senior and executive roles until he was promoted to his current position. Mike is a former Board Member of Hunger Solutions, and currently serves as a Board Member of Dunwoody College of Technology. Passionately committed to philanthropy, he is a long-term supporter of Children’s Minnesota. He participated in the Pain and Palliative Care Advisory Council and is a current member of the Pain, Palliative and Integrative Medicine Task Force. Mike received a BA from the University of Minnesota, an ABA from Dunwoody College of Technology and an MBA from the University of Minnesota, Carlson School of Management. He and his wife Shelly live in Brooklyn Park.
Irvin R. Kessler is chairman and the largest individual shareholder of Silver Bay, the first public REIT focused on strategic residential real estate investments and purchasing single homes to rent with hubs in Minnesota, Arizona, Nevada, Florida and Georgia. Silver Bay evolved from Provident Real Estate Advisors LLC, a company Irv founded in 2007. Irv continues to manage two mortgage backed securities hedge funds, with approximately $400 million under management in these real estate-related entities. Recently, Irv partnered in a new venture, Provident Real Estate Ventures, which was set up to look for opportunities in commercial real estate.
Mr. Kessler’s career began in 1978 as an independent floor trader on various Chicago exchanges. His successful start led to the formation of Kessler Asher Clearing, a clearing member of the Chicago Board of Trade, Chicago Mercantile Exchange, National Securities Clearing Corporation and Options Clearing Corp.
In 1994, he co-founded Deephaven Market Neutral Fund, a multi-strategy hedge fund focused on providing institutional clients with excellent risk adjusted returns. Until the end of 2001, Mr. Kessler served as chief executive officer and chief investment officer of Deephaven, which had $1.3 billion under management and generated an average annual return to investors of 22 percent with only one losing quarter over the eight years of his stewardship.
Mr. Kessler has also served on the board of the Chicago Board Options Exchange and on the Cincinnati Stock Exchange. He attended the University of Minnesota. He lives in Minnesota with his wife, Barbara. Mr. Kessler’s interests include golf, classic cars and his family, which include three children and a grandchild.
Martin L. Bassett has been the president and CEO of the Walman Optical Company, a national wholesale optical firm, since 2001. Prior to that, Mr. Bassett served Walman Optical in the areas of finance and operations. He also serves as a director of The Walman Optical Company, Hydrogel Vision Corporation and The Vision Council of America.
From 2008-2012, Mr. Bassett served as director of Christopher & Banks Corp. He is also a member of the World Presidents’ Association (WPO) and The American Institute of CPA’s.
Mr. Bassett holds a bachelor’s degree in business and accounting from the University of Minnesota.
Hayes Batson is president and CEO of Tinket, an early stage scheduling software company. During his career as a consumer digital, health and education entrepreneur, he has built numerous products and businesses, working closely with private equity, regulators and politicians. In addition, Mr. Batson has worked in corporate finance at William Blair & Company and management consulting at McKinsey & Company.
Mr. Batson is chairman of the Children’s Minnesota hospital board and a member of the Children’s Minnesota foundation board. He is also a member of Young Presidents’ Organization (YPO). He received his MBA from the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business and his bachelor’s degree from Kenyon College in Gambier, Ohio. He and his wife Alicia Kunin-Batson reside in Saint Paul, Minnesota with their two children.
Russ Becker is the president and chief executive officer of APi Group Inc., the billion dollar holding company for 42 independent construction and construction-related businesses. Mr. Becker began his career as a field engineer with Cherne Contracting. In 1994, Mr. Becker joined Ryan Companies as project manager on Liberty Paper’s Greenfield Recycled Fiber Paper Machine project. The $80 million project was delivered under budget and three months ahead of schedule. Upon project completion, Jamar offered Mr. Becker its manager of construction position. His career grew from manager of construction to vice president to president. Jamar’s revenues reached from $24 million, when Mr. Becker started, to $60 million in 2002. He held the role of president until he was promoted to president of APi Group, the parent company of Jamar, in 2002.
Since Mr. Becker assumed the role of CEO in 2004, APi Group has grown to more than $2.0 billion in annual sales and owns more than 42 companies specializing in fire protection, low voltage and industrial and specialty construction. He also serves on the board of directors of Dunwoody Institute, and is an active member in the YoungPresidents’ Organization. Mr. Becker resides with his wife, Trish, and three sons in Dellwood, Minn. He is active in his passion for hockey; coaching youngsters to high school-age hockey teams.
Brian Beh has 30 years of experience in the investment industry and currently serves as president and principal for First Light Asset Management, where he oversees the marketing and client services functions. Before joining First Light, Mr. Beh served as chairman and chief executive officer of Roxbury Capital Management, a $3 billion Minneapolis-based firm, where he was instrumental in making Roxbury a nationally recognized, multi-product, institutionally focused investment organization. Mr. Beh initially became involved with Children’s Minnesota nearly 17 years ago when his daughter was diagnosed with AML Leukemia at just 10 weeks old. She spent six months receiving inpatient care at Children’s and went into remission after her first round of chemotherapy. Today, she is a healthy high school junior. Following this experience, Mr. Beh and his family helped raise funds for Children’s through multiple events. More recently, Mr. Beh served on the Cancer and Blood Disorders task force which raised $2 million for the program. He also recently joined Children’s investment committee.
Mary Boss is currently Vice President of the Children’s Hospital Association. She holds a BA from Wheaton College in Massachusetts and an MA in Diplomacy from The American University in Washington, D.C. Early in her career, she served as Special Assistant to the Crown Prince of Jordan in Amman and in 1980 moved to Paris as Press Attaché to the Aga Khan, spiritual leader of the Ismaili Muslims. Mary currently has offices – and homes – in both Fontainebleau, France and St. Paul, Minnesota.
Gary Blackford was chairman and CEO of Universal Hospital Services, Inc. (UHS) from 2002 through 2014. UHS provides medical equipment management and solutions to more than 4,800 hospitals and 4,500 alternate care facilities in the United States. UHS is a leader in driving process and technology improvements to achieve lower costs, improved efficiencies and better patient outcomes. Mr. Blackford is a leader in the use of continuous improvement in the health care arena. He received his bachelor of business administration in accounting from the University of Iowa and his juris doctorate from Creighton University. He currently sits on the board of directors of Wright Medical Technology, Inc. (Nasdaq: WMGI) and has been a board member of several other health care focused companies over the years.
Jay Cavanagh is a co-founder of The KNW Group and a managing partner in the Wealth Transfer Division, focusing on sophisticated wealth transfer issues involving life insurance for individuals, families and family offices. By listening and gaining a clear understanding of a client’s personal and business goals, Mr. Cavanagh is able to help preserve wealth and transfer assets to support subsequent generations, business succession or charities. Mr. Cavanagh is a registered representative and an investment advisor representative with Kestra Investment Services, LLC. A graduate of St. John’s University (Collegeville, MN) in 1991 with a degree in economics, he holds Series 6 (Investment Company Products/Variable Contracts Limited Representative), 7 (General Securities Representative), 63 (Uniform Securities Agent State Law Exam) and 65 (Uniform Investment Adviser Law Exam) securities registration, as well as life, health and variable annuity insurance licenses in several states. Mr. Cavanagh is very active in the community. In addition to serving on the Children’s Minnesota Foundation board, he is a member of the Partners Financial Advisory board of directors and the Mount Olivet Board of Life & Growth. He is a previous member of the Children’s Minnesota Legacy Advisors board. His continued commitment to Children’s Minnesota stems from the hospital system’s extraordinary patient care and dedication to educating the community to drive support for prevention, treatment and innovation. Mr. Cavanagh, his wife Betsy and their two children live in Edina, MN.
Henry Chang is Vice President of 3M Connect which was formed in 2016 to commercialize smart, connected solutions for 3M’s customers. Henry holds a bachelor’s degree in Industrial Engineering and an MBA from Northwestern University. A married father of two, he is an avid golfer and cyclist in his spare time and a former board member of Family & Children’s Service (now known as The Family Partnership), one of the oldest nonprofit organizations in the Twin Cities.
Michael V. Ciresi is a founding partner of Ciresi & Conlin L.L.P. Mr. Ciresi was previously with Robins, Kaplan, Miller & Ciresi for 43 years, first as a clerk during law school and then as name partner and chairman. Throughout his career, he has acted as counsel for corporations, individuals and governmental entities, and he has taught and lectured nationally and internationally to various professional and business groups. Mr. Ciresi is one of the few number of lawyers who has been recognized on two occasions in the National Law Journal’s annual list of “Ten of the Nation’s Top Trial Lawyers,” and in 1997, 2000 and 2006 was named by the Journal as one of the “100 Most Influential Lawyers in America.” He has also been listed in The Best Lawyers in America since 1989 and was honored by the Australian National Consumer Law Association as “Product Liability Lawyer of the Year” in 1989. In 1998, he was given a “Lifetime Achievement Award” by the Minnesota Association for Justice. In 2001, an Honorary Degree of Doctor of Laws was conferred upon Mr. Ciresi by Southwestern University School of Law, and in 2002, Mr. Ciresi was awarded the Ellis Island Medal of Honor by the National Ethnic Coalition of Organizations Foundation, Inc. Mr. Ciresi is one of 289 lawyers listed in The International Who’s Who of Patent Lawyers 2005 and is named in The Lawdragon 500 Leading Lawyers in America.
Mr. Ciresi serves on the Board of Trustees for the University of St. Thomas, the Board of Governors of the University of St. Thomas School of Law, Board of Trustees of St. Thomas Academy, and Board of Directors for Parent Aware for School Readiness, Minnesota Early Learning Foundation and MinnCAN. He has completed terms on the advisory board for the Centre of Advanced Litigation at Nottingham Law School, Nottingham, England, as well as the board of directors for Equal Justice Works, The Guthrie Theater, Ordway Center for the Performing Arts, Regions Hospital Foundation and Saint Paul Public Schools Foundation. He served as chair of Children’s Minnesota’s Foundation board of directors in 2013 and 2014 and was formerly on the hospital board for six years.
In 1995, Greg Frankenfield co-founded Magenic based on his passion for solving business technology challenges and creating a great place to work. He uses that same energy to grow Magenic, expertly directing the strategies and vision. As CEO, Mr. Frankenfield now oversees Magenic’s nationally growing business to offer customers innovative solutions based on the Microsoft platform. Mr. Frankenfield has more than 20 years of experience in software development and consulting. Prior to founding Magenic, he worked in MIS-related functions for Procter & Gamble and General Mills, managing projects ranging from research and development information systems to large-scale SAP implementations. Mr. Frankenfield holds a bachelor of science degree in chemical engineering from the University of Minnesota and a master of business administration from the Carlson School of Management. In addition to enjoying time with his wife, four children and community activities, he frequents the theatre — both on and off the stage.
Sharon Murphy Garber is a dedicated volunteer and supporter of Children’s Minnesota. Over the past 27 years she has held a number of volunteer leadership roles. Ms. Murphy Garber currently serves as chair of Children’s Pain, Palliative Care and Integrative Medicine task force. She also co-chaired Children’s 2016 Shine Bright Bash, which raised funds for Children’s Cancer and Blood Disorders Program, and will co-chair the event again in 2017. Ms. Murphy Garber previously served as president and communications chair of The Children’s Association – Minneapolis, an organization dedicated to raising funds to support Children’s Minnesota. In addition to her support of Children’s, Ms. Murphy Garber is a board member of the Minnetonka Public Schools Foundation, vice president for the Midwest Interscholastic High School Sailing Association and board director for the National Interscholastic High School Sailing Association. She also volunteered for Como Zoo for more than 40 years.
Scott Gill is currently chief executive officer of Milestone AV Technologies, a position he has held since 2005. Milestone is the leading global provider of innovative projection screens and mounting solutions for flat panel TVs and projectors. Milestone’s products are sold under the Chief, Sanus, Da-Lite and Projecta brands globally. Prior to Milestone, Mr. Gill was a senior principal at The Parthenon Group, a strategic advisory consulting firm, where he led engagements for companies in both consumer and industrial markets. Prior to Parthenon, Mr. Gill worked for General Electric Power Systems in various technical management positions.
Mr. Gill graduated with a degree in mechanical engineering from Texas A&M University, an M.S. in mechanical engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and holds an MBA from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College. He currently resides in Edina, Minnesota with his wife, Jennifer, and their four children: Christopher, Thomas, Elena and Matthew. Mr. Gill has been on the Children’s Minnesota Foundation board since 2014.
Marc Gorelick, MD, was appointed chief executive officer of Children’s Minnesota in December 2017. He joined Children’s in March 2017 as president and chief operating officer. He is deeply committed to identifying sustainable ways Children’s can continue to deliver exceptional care in an evolving health care environment.
Dr. Gorelick previously served as Executive Vice President and COO of Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin in Milwaukee. A pediatric emergency medicine physician by training, his prior experience includes faculty positions at Medical College of Wisconsin and University of Pennsylvania, and clinical and leadership roles at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, AI DuPont Hospital for Children, and Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin.
His education includes an A.B. degree in history from Princeton University, an M.D. degree from Duke University, and a Master of Science in Clinical Epidemiology from the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Gorelick trained in pediatrics at Children’s National Medical Center, and in pediatric emergency medicine at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.
Dr. Gorelick’s interests include running, cycling, and paddling; homebrewing; and playing the tuba.
Hooman Hakami is the executive vice president and group president of Medtronic Diabetes, where he provides overall strategic direction and operational management of the Diabetes group’s three global business units. He also serves as a member of Medtronic’s Executive Committee. Mr. Hakami came to Medtronic after more than 20 years at General Electric where he last served as president and CEO of Detection & Guidance Solutions of GE Health Care. In that role he led that company’s business specializing in x-ray based technology solutions. Previously Mr. Hakami served as president and CEO of GE’s Interventional Systems business based in France, and the Global Clinical Systems Services for GE Health Care.
Mr. Hedberg is chief financial officer for CarVal Investors. In addition to leading finance and operations globally for the firm, Mr. Hedberg also manages capital formation activities, including investor relations and fund financing strategy. Mr. Hedberg joined Cargill in 1996 and has held a variety of financial management positions, including serving as global controller for CarVal’s corporate credit business and manager in Cargill’s internal audit department. Prior to joining Cargill, Mr. Hedberg was with Dain Bosworth.
Mr. Hedberg received his M.B.A. from the University of St. Thomas and his B.S. in finance, magna cum laude from the University of Colorado. He currently serves on the board of directors of the Managed Funds Association (MFA). Mr. Hedberg lives in Maple Plain with his wife, Heidi, and their three children.
Steve Hockett has spent over 20 years with Great Clips, Inc. in three separate segments, serving in various positions from franchise owner to president. He has worked extensively in Great Clips’ marketing and operations departments and was heavily involved in the massive growth of the system from 150 units when he joined as a franchisee, to today, as the largest hair care brand in the United States with over 4,000 operating salons. Prior to rejoining Great Clips in 2008, Mr. Hockett was president of Rapid Refill Corp., franchised retail stores offering retail and commercial print solutions; and FranChoice, Inc., the premier network of franchise referral consultants. Mr. Hockett serves on the board of governors for Hazeltine National Golf Club, and is a member of the executive committee. In addition, he serves on the board of Holy Family Catholic High School and has been a member of the finance committee for 14 years. Joining the Children’s Minnesota Foundation board provides an opportunity for him to give back to the organization and the broader community. In addition, it serves as a way to say “thank you” for the tremendous care and treatment of his daughter in 1990 when she had emergency surgery at age two and spent 30 days at Children’s Minnesota in St. Paul.
Jeryn Konezny is a non-practicing lawyer and community volunteer. From 2008-2014, Jeryn served on the Board of St. David’s Center in Minnetonka from 2008-2014, on the Board of the Hennepin History Museum from 1999 to 2002, and from 1998 to 2000 served on the Minnetonka Heritage Commission. Jeryn practiced law at Dorsey & Whitney from 1994 to 2000, specializing in the areas of nonprofit, tax-exemption, and health care law. While practicing law, Jeryn volunteered for a number of nonprofit organizations, including the Junior League of Minneapolis, Tulip Foundation, and Free Arts for Abused Children of Minnesota. Jeryn earned her law degree from the University of Michigan and her political science degree from the University of St. Thomas. She and her husband live in Deephaven and have three daughters, Adelaide, Emma, and Hannah.
Rebecca Lieberman is known as a pragmatic visionary and inspiring leader. Her hallmark trait is engaging and challenging employees to expand their capabilities, realize their potential and exceed expectations. Rebecca is the Vice President of Human Resources at Radisson Hotels. She served as the owner and principal Human Resources Consultant at RTL Consulting from 2013-2015 and as Human Resources Senior Group Manager at Target Corporation from 2003-2013. Rebecca is a development committee member of Children’s Cancer Research Fund, the Spouse Education Chair of YPO, and a sustaining member of Junior League of Minneapolis. She previously served in chair positions for the Minneapolis Jewish Federation. Rebecca holds a BA in Mass Communication and Journalism from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism at Arizona State University and a MA HR and Change Leadership from the University of St. Thomas.
David Miller is chief executive officer of Minnetonka Moccasin Company, a manufacturer/wholesaler of casual footwear. Mr. Miller’s non-profit board experience includes Trustee Lake Forest College, Young Presidents’ Organization, Minnesota Early Learning Design (MELD), Sholom Foundation, Jane Goodall Institute and Sing for Hope. He has also sat on a number of for-profit business boards that include both public and private companies. Mr. Miller graduated from Lake Forest College, Lake Forest, Ill., and lives in Minneapolis with his wife.
Maddy Persuitti is VP of Sales and Operations for dpHUE, a Minneapolis-based company that specializes in hair color and hair care products. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Communications from The George Washington University. Maddy has proudly converted her east coast raised husband to being a true Minnesotan and they are raising their two daughters with a passion for walking the city’s chain of lakes.
Octavio (O.P.) Portu, Jr. is the retired founder/partner of Portu-Sunberg Marketing, a sales/marketing firm founded in 1977, specializing in developing marketing programs for manufacturers and mass market retailers. Octavio is also the retired founder/partner of Seasonal Specialties LLC, founded in 1984, a designer and importer of Christmas and other seasonal products to mass market retailers. Octavio was a member of the Children’s Hospital and Clinics of Minnesota board for 6 years serving as Chair of the Audit committee, and a member of the Executive, Compensation, Quality Control and Capital Campaign committees. He has also served as Board President of Breck School, and as a member of the board’s Trusteeship, Executive, Compensation, Development and Legal committees. In addition, he has served as a board member of the Minneapolis Heart Institute Foundation, the Children’s Theatre and the Minneapolis Crisis Nursery.
Octavio holds a BS in Marketing and a MBA in International Business from American University in Washington, D.C. Octavio lives in Edina with his wife Jody. They have two grown children, Jeffrey, a Boston College graduate living in Boston, MA, and Michael, a Vanderbilt graduate living in Nashville, TN.
Erich Pugh has over 30 years of experience as a certified public accountant and currently serves as the International Tax Services Practice Leader at the certified public accounting firm Redpath & Co. In this role he helps clients with the structuring of acquisitions and dispositions, new market entry, repatriation planning, legal entity rationalization and restructuring, transfer pricing, international tax compliance, and U.S. and non-U.S. tax audits. Previous to joining Redpath, Mr. Pugh was a partner at Grant Thornton for 3 ½ years, and before that he was a partner at Ernst & Young for more than 17 years.
A native of Liverpool, England, Erich moved to the US to attend college. He holds a degree in accounting from Winona State and a master’s in business taxation from the University of Minnesota. Mr. Pugh lives in Minnetonka. He has three grown children, Christopher, Kevin, and Kacie.
Donna Roback is an attorney who has practiced business and employment law as well as alternative dispute resolution. She and her late husband, Dr. Stacy Roback, a pediatric surgeon, have been involved with Children’s for many years and consider Children’s a second home. Ms. Roback believes community support, medical excellence and exceptional leadership have enabled Children’s to become the nation-leading system it is today and she is dedicated to supporting Children’s in its next stage of growth in her role as board member of the foundation.
Mara leads marketing and global brand strategy as the Senior Manager of Marketing at The Mosaic Company – the world’s leader in crop nutrition. Mara holds a Master’s degree in Business with an undergraduate degree in Entrepreneurship from the University of St. Thomas. She also completed a Public Speaking Mastery Program at Stanford University. Mara serves on the Board of Directors of RESOURCE, Inc. as well as the Executive Committee of Children’s Council which supports the strategic direction of Children’s Minnesota. Previously, Mara sat on the steering committee of Women United for Greater Twin Cities United Way as well as the Board of Directors for The LEAD Project and was a founding board member of Genocide Intervention Network. Above all else, Mara is most proud of her husband, Colin and their two daughters Cooper and Quinn.
Patrick G. Ryan is president and chief executive officer of Ryan Companies US, Inc., a national builder, designer, developer and real estate manager specializing in fully integrated solutions for more than 70 years. Mr. Ryan leads overall operations and senior staff activities as well as Ryan’s national business development initiatives in industrial, retail, public sector, office, mission critical, health care, alternative energy, hospitality, higher education, and multi-family and senior housing. Mr. Ryan is a member of the Urban Land Institute, past chair of the University of St. Thomas School of Law Board of Governors, past president of Young Presidents’ Organization (YPO), a current member of the World Presidents’ Organization (WPO) as well as a member and past director of the Twin Cities Chapter of National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP). In 2007, Ryan Companies US, Inc. was awarded NAIOP’s National Developer of the Year award.
His community work includes serving as a chair of the board of directors of Children’s Minnesota, trustee and past president of Children’s Cancer Research Fund, past president of Benilde-St. Margaret’s High School and past board member of Catholic Charities. He is a founder of Cristo Rey Jesuit High School, which is an inner-city college preparatory school for under-resourced children. Mr. Ryan is co-chair of the Spring Point Project, which is focused on finding a cure for diabetes. Mr. Ryan graduated from the University of St. Thomas, with honors, where he received a degree in business administration finance. Additionally, he earned a law degree from William Mitchell College of Law in St. Paul, MN.
Matt Shea, a Principal at Gray Plant Mooty, practices in the areas of Trust, Estate & Charitable Planning, Family-owned Business, Fiduciary Litigation, and Agribusiness and Food. He helps clients achieve their estate planning goals and guides families through the estate settlement and administration process after they have a lost a loved one. Matt also helps families establish a legacy in the community through charitable planning and giving. His community involvement includes, but is not limited to, Children’s Minnesota Legacy Advisors Leadership Committee, Legal Access Point Clinic, Catholic Charities and Wills for Heroes Minnesota. Matt holds a BA from Winona State University and a J.D. from William Mitchell College of Law.
Maria Troje Poitras is Vice President of Customer Service and Retention for the Minnesota Wild. In her current role, Troje oversees the Wild’s Season Ticket Holder base to continually provide excellence in customer service and fan experience, which has led to renewal rates that have consistently exceeded 90%.
Troje received her undergraduate degree from the University of St. Catherine and her Masters from the University of New Haven, Connecticut. She has been with the Wild organization since its inception in 2000. She and her husband, Chris, have three children, Connor, Brady, and Addison. The family resides in Blaine, Minnesota.