Janet Fritsch

Janet Fritsch graduated from the UW-Madison School of Pharmacy in 1987. She purchased Corner Drug Store in 1993 and has since purchased three other pharmacies in Baraboo, including a Dean Pharmacy in 2013. She partnered with Hometown in 2016 and currently manages 20 employees at two locations.

She has served three terms on PSW’s Board of Directors. During those years, she was involved with the re-branding project, was on the PSW Technician Taskforce and was liaison with the PSW Technician Board. She has testified at four bill hearings in Madison and was privileged to be at two bill signings with the Governor.

She was awarded the Citation of Merit by the UW School of Pharmacy in 2016 and received the PSW Good Government Award in 2018. She enjoys being a clinical instructor for UWSOP and showing students the importance of community pharmacy.

She serves on the Sauk County Overdose Death Review Team and the St. Clare Hospital Diabetes Advisory Board. She and her staff participate in community events for medication reviews and fall prevention.

Janet has also owned and managed commercial properties in Downtown Baraboo with 16 commercial tenants since 1999.

She has been honored with the Baraboo Chamber of Commerce President’s Award, Sauk County Historical Society Historic Preservation Award, Small Business Leadership Award and Sauk County’s Small Business of the Year.

Janet is passionate about helping patients with their healthcare needs. She especially enjoys developing relationships with her patients and her community.

Janet also enjoys her role as treasurer at her church in Baraboo. Janet has three daughters and three grandchildren. Her favorite activity is spending time with her grandchildren.