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Congratulations Shelly!!

April 27, 2021


Rachelle "Shelly" Miller

Congratulations to Rachelle Miller on her retirement after 28 years with the State of Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection! Shelly’s career at DATCP has spanned from field inspector across much of southern Wisconsin to Director of the Weights and Measures Bureau.

Shelly is extremely knowledgeable in all areas of Weights and Measures and has also been a national NIST trainer. We’ve been fortunate to benefit from her expertise for so many years and she has regularly provided statewide trainings that have improved the quality of work in Wisconsin and nationwide.

Each day Shelly has prioritized fairness and equity in the marketplace in many ways and has impacted countless consumers across the state as well as nationally. She has regularly communicated with everyone from local small business owners to management of large manufacturing facilities across the country. She has managed inspectors, supervisors and regulatory staff for weights and measures as well as petroleum. Shelly has been very involved creating and improving weights and measures and petroleum laws at the state level as well as an active participant in both regional and national weights and measures organizations.

A list of some of her accomplishments is available here (PDF).

Please join us in congratulating Shelly on her successful career and wishing her a happy and healthy retirement! She will be missed. If sending a message after April 29, 2021 please send the message to Erin O'Brien and it will be forwarded to Shelly.

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Retirement Announcement: Joe Schreiber

June 1, 2021

Joe Schreiber has announced his retirement after 13 years with the State of Wisconsin in the petroleum inspection program. Joe’s last day will be June 4th. Joe has worked in the petroleum industry for 50 years, starting out working for his dad at Walt’s Petroleum. Joe’s indispensable knowledge and willingness to share with others, made him an invaluable resource as an inspector and as a trainer for new and old inspectors (and supervisors). Joe’s humor and ability to teach will be missed. After so many years in the petroleum industry, Joe has earned the opportunity for some new adventures. Whether it be working on a car or a deer stand or taking his grandkids for ice cream, everyone knows Joe will be busy. Please feel free to reach out to wish Joe good health and a colorful retirement.

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Planning for 2021

Keep the date open October 4 - 6, 2021 for the WWMA Fall Conference in Stevens Point. More details to come!