Teri Keller

Teri Keller

P&D Metal Works, Inc. / Rigguard

Teri Keller was raised in Winneconne, WI and graduated from FVTC with an Associate’s Degree in Agribusiness and Science Technology. In 2004, Teri joined her parents and two brothers in the family business, P&D Metal Works, Inc. (also doing business as RIGGUARD), a professional and decorative metal company located in Neenah.

Teri met the love of her life, Adam, in 2007. As awkward as first dates can be it was easy to talk about work. After all, Adam had started his own business CustomCages.com the same year as P&D Metal Works. They were married in 2010 and welcomed their son Johnny in 2013. They reside in Fremont with two dogs, a lot of fish, a tortoise named “Sammy,” and chameleon named “Hagar.” Teri enjoys time boating, camping, riding her horse Apache, snowmobiling, and always has something fun in the works…what else would you expect from a couple that owns the party bus company “Keller-Coach”?

Teri and Adam LOVE their small community, a small community with GIANT hearts and support. She is excited to be raising money for the Sexual Assault Crisis Center and spread awareness through her fundraising events. Teri knows, with her support group and hard work, it will be a huge success.

Chuck Spencer, Valley Social

Chuck Spencer, co-owner of Valley Social, says his favorite dance is “the one that’s playing.” His energy and enthusiasm is what led him to become a teacher in 2003. Chuck graduated from Valley Social Ballroom Dance Teacher’s College and continues to train and polish his skills. Chuck’s talent as a dancer and teacher gives him a unique way to help the community. He has taken the stage as a professional dancer every year at Shall We Dance – since the very first year. Chuck also teaches charity lessons and performs for local businesses and non-profit organizations. He works closely with the Shooting Star Ballroom Dance Program – a program for area 5th and 6th graders, teaching social skills though ballroom dance. Chuck calls the Sexual Assault Crisis Center an “important and necessary” part of our community; he says: “I feel honored to be part of this event. I feel good knowing that all the hard work goes toward improving the Valley.”