Mattice retires as Kewaunee County Human Services Director

This past Tuesday was the last official day for Bob Mattice as the Kewaunee County Department of Human Services Director.  Retiring after more than 30 years with the department, Mattice,66,  also worked in child protective services, juvenile justice, and  foster care before becoming the director about three years ago.  Mattice says positively impacting the lives of youth was the most rewarding part of his job over the years. 



Mattice, 66, who lives in Green Bay and has always lived in northeastern Wisconsin, plans on enjoying his time around his home getting jobs done and traveling more.  Dana Johnson is the new Kewaunee County Department of Human Services director replacing Mattice.  



(Mattice pictured in center with green shirt and black tie.  Submitted photo when Kewaunee County was being recognized by the Wisconsin Alliance for Drug Endangered Children program)

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