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Our Team

Owner & RPh

John was born and raised in Menomonee Falls, WI. He received his Pharmacy degree from the University of Wisconsin, Madison in 1982. He and Donna lived in the Milwaukee area until John had an opportunity to become the Director of Pharmacy for Drug Emporium in Appleton, WI. In 1990, John moved to Manitowoc and became the manager of the pharmacy in Wal-Mart. His next move, and where his compounding career really took off, was when he took over Aurora Pharmacy. When owned by Frank Stange, the pharmacy was a compounding pharmacy and a member of PCCA. They were still doing a few compounded medications when John took over, and he found this to be an enjoyable way to practice pharmacy. That experience helped John decide to open his own compounding only Pharmacy. John has completed extensive education and training. After his education in pharmacy in Madison, he continued his training with the American College of Apothecaries and PCCA. John holds certificates in Compounding, Women’s Health and Diabetes. John has been compounding throughout his 40-year career but has been compounding extensively for 20 years. For relaxation, John likes to bike, photography and work on his computer. His favorite TV show is Blue Bloods. John is currently a member of the Knights of Columbus and the Elks Club in Manitowoc.



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Kymberly grew up about 50 miles north of Green Bay in Suring, WI. Kymberly has a strong background in physiology and pharmaceutical sciences with over 10 years of secondary education. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Applied Science from the University of Wisconsin-Stout in 2013, a Master of Public Health Certificate in American Indian Studies from North Dakota State University in 2018, and her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison school of pharmacy in 2019. She completed an ASHP-Accredited PGY-1 pharmacy residency with the Phoenix Indian Medical Center in Arizona in 2020. She has certifications as an Integrative Pharmacy Specialist, Hormone Replacement Therapy Specialist, and a Functional Medicine Practitioner through the Institute of Functional Medicine. She is currently working on finishing Functional Pharmacy training and will complete this in the new year. Kymberly has experience working in an array of settings including inpatient acute and critical hospital care, outpatient ambulatory practice, retail, compounding pharmacy practices, and one-on-one health coaching. She now calls Green Bay her home.

As an enrolled member of the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community (Lake Superior Band of Chippewa) of Upper Michigan, Kymberly approaches healing from a whole body and mind perspective. She states, “In native culture we address the spiritual, emotional, physical, and intellectual aspects of the body. This is where alternative, integrative and functional medicine approaches align more with my views on health and wellness.”
Kymberly’s unique medical journey and story led her to seeking out and working with Custom Health Pharmacy. After years of struggling with digestive issues, Endometriosis, and a number of surgeries, she found true body healing in integrative medicine practices and lifestyle choices. She happily shares her story and medical traumas in hopes that it will help others and she can be a resource for those seeking wellness. Kymberly’s experiences allow her to deeply empathize with patients and make recommendations as a healthcare professional with the patient, family member, or friend in mind.

“I am invested in having family, friends and community members feel their best so they can achieve their highest potential and live lives full of vibrancy and happiness! Something that sets me apart is I consistently practice what I preach with healthy lifestyle habits so I can feel energized and ready to give patients the best care. It brings me great joy to continually share my knowledge to help others heal.”

In her free time Kymberly enjoys cooking, training and competing in triathlons, and reading. The rigorous demands of preparing for triathlon races have allowed Kymberly to understand the importance of balance and well-being throughout whole body systems. She realizes the significance of whole food nutrition, hormone balance, supplementation, meditation and other forms of mindfulness. Kymberly looks forward to working with patients to optimize their health through specialization in hormone balance and various other integrative medicine approaches. We invite you to come visit her at Custom Health Pharmacy or schedule a one-on-one consultation!

Integrative Health PharmD. & Hormone Restoration Specialist



Aurora is a licensed pharmacy technician, a proud wife, and a loving mother of three. Her family thrives on adventures and spontaneity, making every day exciting. Aurora graduated from Oconto High School in Oconto, WI. She finds joy in her daily work knowing that she is helping others through a wide variety of medications she compounds and is dedicated to making a positive impact in others’ lives. Aurora enjoys arts and crafts with a keen eye for decorating. She also finds serenity in cooking homemade meals for her family.   

Pharmacy Technician



Pharmacy Technician



Jay is a pharmacy technician here at Custom Health Pharmacy. She is extremely passionate about helping and caring for others! Her child was born with health issues, and it became her personal mission to plant her roots specifically in the medical field. Working at the compounding pharmacy she is able to put forward that devotion she has for helping others; and truly pay homage to everyone that nourished her child to good health. When she’s not at the pharmacy, Jay enjoys spending time with family and friends, and utilizing her artistic abilities through private makeup sessions.

Kayla grew up in Manitowoc, WI and attended Manitowoc Lutheran High School. She then got her Bachelor of Science degree in chemistry at Carroll University in Waukesha, WI. Kayla then attended Creighton University in Omaha, NE where she received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree in 2014. After pharmacy school ended, she moved back to the area and worked at a retail chain for three years before moving into clinical pharmacy for six more years. She recently transitioned into compounding pharmacy at Custom Health Pharmacy in the fall of 2023. In her spare time, Kayla stays busy chasing her children, husband, and two cats around their house in Suamico. She likes spending time with her family outside, going to the beach, taking walks, and reading.

PharmD & Pharmacist



Pharmacy Technician



Natalya likes to read, listen to sports, or knit in her free time. She normally listens to podcasts while knitting and highly recommends this to others. When she’s not doing either of those things she likes to cozy up with a warm drink and a blanket.

Marketing Representative

Bill grew up in southwestern Wisconsin where he graduated from Richland Center High School. He then went on to earn a B.S. degree in Business Administration from the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. Upon graduation he took a position as a menswear buyer for the H.C. Prange Company stores. He began the role of Custom Health’s main marketer in 2016 and has 30 years of sales and marketing experience in the pharmacy industry. 

Bill is married to Paula and they have one son and daughter-in-law, who live in Austin, TX. In his spare time, Bill enjoys playing golf, volunteering for their church and working with second graders, as a reading coach.

Bill finds sharing the many benefits of compounded medications with Green Bay area  physicians to be very rewarding.



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