OnFocus’ People of the Year 2020: Megan Jasurda

There are so many people that stood out in 2020. For our list, we wanted to highlight people that made a difference locally. Nationally (and locally) frontline workers were truly the heroes of the year, but it’s hard to narrow down exactly whom to thank! So, to start, we want to thank everyone who made 2020 a little bit easier for the rest of us, whether it be in the medical field, grocery stores, transport trucks, or nonprofits. Thank you! Now onto the specifics…

OnFocus People of the Year 2020

Megan Jasurda, Tireless Dog Rescuer

Serving as Marshfield Area Pet Shelter’s “Lost and Found” Program Coordinator, Megan volunteers countless hours each year to helping reunite lost pets with their owners. All expenses (traps, food, gas, trail cameras) come out of her own pocket to support her labor of love. This year, Megan was responsible for some incredible reunion stories, including Sneaky Pete, therapy dog Little Suzie, and Peaches…and Peaches again, and just last week a collie. Thanks to her, these dogs are safe and warm in their forever homes. (If you’d like to help or donate to her mission, contact her here.)

Other 2020 recognitions:

Cheryl Lewis Hartl

Joe & Lyn Mueller

Mark Cournoyer

Morgan Gorst

Trisha Mayer

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