Legacy of Volunteering
Robert Heck, Chairman and Chief Investment Strategist of Heck Capital, is very dedicated to his community. He has been serving the community of Rhinelander, WI and beyond for over forty years and has instilled the importance of being involved and vested with others. Bob’s combination of hard work and civic spirit helped to create the Rhinelander-Oneida County Airport Commission, where he has served as Chairman since 1975. He also has previously served as the Chair of Financial Council for Nativity of Our Lord Church for 45 years.
Bob’s countless hours of community service and volunteer work show his success beyond the workplace. Following Bob’s exceptional example, our employees at Heck Capital have a strong commitment to embolden the educational, social, and business infrastructure through contribution and leadership. Heck Capital participates in numerous charity events and supports a variety of foundations in the area. While our employees are relentlessly committed to our clients, we also understand the importance of supporting communities around us.
David Heck Honored for Charitable Work with the Hodag Schools Foundation
Heck Capital proudly recognizes David Heck for his Charitable Work with Rhinelander's Hodag Schools Foundation. David received an Honorable Mention award from Invest in Others Charitable Foundation for philanthropic excellence, giving back to non-profit organizations to make a difference in the community.
Robert Heck: A 40-Year Legacy of Service
Heck Capital proudly recognizes Bob Heck for his 40 years of service to the Rhinelander community and the local airport as commissioner. Bob's mantra over the years has been that "airports build cities; cities don't build airports" and without Bob's drive and dedication for a better future for Rhinelander and Northern Wisconsin; this community would look quite different today.
Heck Capital proudly supports National Autism Awareness month.
Every year Heck Capital goes all-out to support the awareness campaign by donating to the cause and taking part in the “Light It Up Blue” effort where businesses light the outside of their building blue for the month.
For more information on autism and to donate to the cause please visit autismspeaks.org.