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    Helping Others Heal: Giving back to the community they love

Pillars in the community, Beverly and Dr. Deyo-Svendsen, have served Menomonie for more than 31 years. They've generously given their time, talent and financial support to the community and the institutions they love.

Beverly and Dr. Deyo-Svendsen in Menomonie, Wisconsin outside, bundled up in winter coats and smiling

There's no place quite like home, and as Mark Deyo-Svendsen, M.D., and his spouse, Beverly, have found, there are no people quite like those at home either.

Home for the Deyo-Svendsens is Menomonie, Wisconsin. Dr. Deyo-Svendsen, vice chair of practice, Mayo Clinic Department of Family Medicine, knows the people of his northwest Wisconsin town as only a family medicine physician in a small town can — intimately. Beverly spends her working hours on staff at the University of Wisconsin-Stout.

Between careers in health care and education, zealous community volunteerism, and having raised two children who attended Menomonie's public schools, the Deyo-Svendsens can hardly step out their front door without seeing a friendly face. Read the rest of their story.