Board of Director Bio's


I graduated from Milton High School and have lived in Milton for 54 years.  Sue, born & raised in Milton (as were her parents), and I have been married for 50 years. I earned a BA from Milton College & an MS for UW-Whitewater. I taught Middle School for 7 years before investing 35 + years in Corporate Human Resources in both banking and health care. Now retired, I invest my time in my four grandsons and in this phenomenal Milton community.
My community service vision is summed up best by author, Alan Briggs: “You can’t control whether you’re a native, but you can control whether you’re a local.  Locals are committed. Locals have found home.”  I am honored and proud to be a Milton local and invite you to join me in that feeling.
I think of my self as a Community Catalyst. I am heavily involved in Milton and consider my many activities as part of the civic rent I owe to Milton for all it has given me and my family. Among those activities are:

Milton Area Youth Center – Co-Founder and past Chairman of the Board
Neighborhood Watch – Block Captain
Community Partner Award – Milton Police Department 2010
Milton Independence Day Run – Finish Line Volunteer
The Gathering Place – Past Board Member
Bike Trail Champion
Milton Area Chamber of Commerce – Chairman of the Board
Seventh Day Baptist Church of Milton – Trustee, Deacon, & HR Team Lead
Milton Public Library – Volunteer
Rock County Nutrition – Meals on Wheels – Volunteer
City of Milton – Ethics Board
School District of Milton Board of Education 2008-2017
Milton High School Reality Check – Volunteer
Member – Milton Youth Coalition
Kids Matter
Espresso Shots
Cruz’n’ For Kindness


Biographical Information - Theresa Reistererer

I am honored to be representing MACC as an Ambassador and Board Member. I proudly work for Blackhawk Community Credit Union as the Milton Branch Manager/Financial Literacy Coordinator and am grateful for the opportunity to work in and give back to the community in which I live. I was born and raised in Janesville, but I have been active in the Milton community for over 25 years. Milton continues to provide wonderful opportunities for our family! My husband, Steve and I have three girls: Emily, Brittany and Ashley (AJ).


Biographical Information - Kelly Willoughby

started my career with the Gordon Flesch Company in 2003 and have loved the ride since then! In 2014, I was blessed to have the opportunity to move to Janesville for work and the rest is history! My husband Bill and I love the community and enjoy coming to Milton for food and drinks, shopping, Wally’s Music Fest, etc, and love supporting the river district establishments as well. I really enjoy networking and meeting new people – my favorite part of being a part of the Board of Directors is listening to what our members need and being a part of that solution. Everyone has a different perspective but we’re on the same team focused on supporting all of our members. I have quite a few amazing customer’s in Milton that I get to work with regarding office technology solutions and I just love being able to help where I can! When not required to wear business attire, you’ll see me buzzing by on the bike path from Janesville to Fort Atkinson or running or swimming…I’m a triathlete at heart and love being outside! My husband does a ton of fishing on Lake Michigan (Sport of Kings Guide Service) too so when he’s away, that’s how I love to play! 😊


Biographical Information - Amy Kenyon

Amy (Kind) Kenyon is a lifelong Milton resident and graduated from Milton High School in 1991. She has two children with her husband Troy: Tyler (17) and Morgan (15). She has worked for the School District of Milton for the last 20 years; 16 years as a Business Education Teacher and the last four years as the School to Career Coordinator. Amy works with all the students at Milton High School to find employment opportunities, earn college credits in high school and to help students discover their career path. She is involved in many organizations including: Ambassador for the Milton Chamber of Commerce, Milton Chamber of Commerce Shining Star Program, the Business-Education-Workforce Committee for Rock County, the Milton Youth Coalition, and also serves on the Board of Directors for Blackhawk Technical College. In her spare time, Amy enjoys being anywhere warm and sunny. She is also known to be an avid bingo player!


Biographical Information - Diamond McKinna

Diamond McKenna is the Chief Operations Officer for Diamond Assets LLC in Milton, WI. She has learned the true definition of a hard days work from being part of Executive Team that grew the company from 1 employee in the start of 2015 to 100+ employees by 2018. Diamond’s ability to utilize resources and willingness to learn from her fellow business community members made her a great fit to serve on the Board of Directors for Milton Area Chamber of Commerce. She brings a unique insight to the table working in a niche and competitive industry new to the region. Hands-on and eager to serve the members of the Chamber, Diamond looks forward to serving her business community. Diamond is also a wife and mom to a toddler and two big dogs. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends enjoying the lake and their farmland. “Small Business isn’t for the faint of heart. It’s for the brave, the patient, & the persistent. It’s for the overcomer.”


Biographical Information - Matt Kreuger

Matt Krueger grew up in a small town, Marshall, WI. He has been part of the Milton Community for 12 years. He is married to Carrie and has three daughters, Riese (19), Addison (14), and Gibsen (12). Matt owns his own Wealth Management and Distribution Company, Krueger Financial. He has owned his own business for 16 years and him and his team of 4 have been serving Business Owners, Professionals, and Families in the Milton and Janesville area for the last 12 years. Matt’s passions include, helping people live a purpose driven life and helps them design their path’s to financial independence. Community is one of Matt’s core values. He has been involved in many community organizations including: The Youth Basketball Board in Milton, Board President for the Boys & Girls Club of Janesville for the last 2 years, NAMI of Rock County Board Member, and he has coached his daughter’s basketball teams in Milton. In his spare time, Matt enjoys working out, traveling to warm places, and spending quality time with his family.


Biographical Information - Lisa McCue

Lisa has been helping clients pursue their lifetime financial goals as a Registered Investment Advisor for the past 15 years at First Community Bank. Prior to that, she spent 10 years at Bank One, Janesville, in a similar capacity. She earned a Bachelor of Science Degree at the University of North Dakota and Series 7, 65, and Life and Health licensure. Lisa has been President of the Milton Fund, she has also volunteered as United Way Campaign Coordinator, United Way Allocations Committee, Trustee for St. Mary Parish, Milton East Parent Org., and Youth Ministry Leader. She has been a resident of Milton since 1993 and recently moved to the Town of Koshkonong. Lisa enjoys reading and decorating. She also enjoys boating and golfing with husband, Rick, and daughters, Karlee and Maddie.


Biographical Information - Jim Lyke

Jim Lyke has worked in outside sales for Lamar Advertising for 14 years and this is his second time serving on the MACC board. A Milton area native and MHS grad, Jim is very involved in local theater, producing the Shakespeare revival shows with the Milton College Preservation Society, as well as writing plays and acting. His wife Linda is the volunteer coordinator at Cedar Crest in Janesville and both attend the Milton Seventh Day Baptist Church.