Posted by Bill Selzer on Nov 08, 2023
Dan and Christine have co-founded two non-profit organizations. The first,  The Beat Goes On Foundation, is focused on children’s heart health (supporting heart transplants). They are also the architects of a successful, rapidly growing full-service design/build construction company, R-Five Construction in Brookfield. They are outstanding in their support and commitment to this community. 

Through their non-profit, they have raised well over $100,000 for...
Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin and the Herma Heart Institute.  Each year, they hold a “Heart 2 Heart” fundraising benefit within Brookfield (most recently at the Brookfield Conference Center), and they provide grant funding to like-minded organizations. 
Natalie Fairbanks, who nominated the Roehlings, states: “These are wonderful people who are devoted to Brookfield and in making this a special community in which to live and work”.  Christine and Dan have built a business that gives back generously to their community.  They have also given back to Elmbrook Schools by volunteering for High Interest Day and sharing fun construction activities with students.
The Elmbrook Rotary, in the name of Natalie Fairbanks, is donating $200 to The Beat Goes On Foundation in recognition of the foundations work with children with heart disease.
Dan thanked the members on behalf of Chritine and himself… “We take this award as a badge of honor and are humbled “.
To learn more about how and why Dan and Christine created The Beat Goes On Foundation and how you can make a difference, please visit for their story of love, and commitment with the “Mission to improve the quality of life for children diagnosed with heart disease and defects. This is accomplished by increasing awareness, raising funds, and investing in impactful research”.