Father Richard Klingeisen, of Reedsville, Wisconsin, has recently been recognized as a Legacy Member by Strathmore’s Who’s Who as well as a Lifetime Industry Leader of the Month (January) for his outstanding contributions and achievements in field of Religion and Healthcare.
Father Richard Klingeisen is the Coordinator of Health Service for the Diocese of Green Bay, Wisconsin. Father Klingeisen received a B.A. in Philosophy from Saint Paul School of Divinity. Father Klingeisen was a Parochial Vicar from 1972 to 1981, a Chaplain at Holy Family Memorial Medical Center, 1981-2008, Parochial Vicar of St. Francis of Assisi in Manitowoc, Wisconsin, 2008-2012, the Pastor at Immaculate Conception in Clarks Mills and St. Michael from 2012 to the present, Coordinator of Health Services since 2008 to the present and Regional Vicar, Vicariate V, Southeast Region, Diocese of Green Bay, from 2008 to the present. He has been a Chaplain for the Knights of Columbus for over 20 years. Father Klingeisen is a member of the National Association of Catholic Chaplains and the Catholic Medical Association. In his leisure time, he enjoys golf, biking, and playing cards.
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