The Schley Family…
Hello! We are Mark and Susan Schley and we are the owners of Foxboro Property Management. We are proud that we have been a local, family-oriented, small business in the Chippewa Valley for over 15 years!
Mark is originally from the Owen, Wisconsin area. He grew up on a dairy farm and then went to Crown College in St. Bonifacius, Minnesota to study business management.
Susan is originally from Withee, Wisconsin and studied psychology at Normandale College in Bloomington, Minnesota.
We were married in 2002 and have two children, Nathan and Hannah who are now in high school. Nate has a focus on basketball and Hannah loves to be creative with art.
We bring with us the knowledge and experience necessary to be successful in this industry. My family and I look forward to working and living with the people in the Chippewa Valley.
Meet the Foxboro Team…
Owner and Chief Executive Officer
Owner and Operations Manager
Tenant Services Coordinator
Meet Deb Boeselage! She joined Foxboro in April 2019 and currently works as a Tenant Services Coordinator to ensure the experience of finding your new home is exceptional. Deb is here to help guarantee that I’s are dotted and T’s are crossed to make your move as seamless as possible. Customer Service is her passion.
A stickler for details, Deb’s coworkers describe her as having a sunny disposition. Her chronic likability has led her to land a fabulous husband, Saint Bill Boeselager. Together they have six adult children and twelve grandchildren. A believer of new beginnings, Deb’s education and experience has led the way to becoming part of our growing Foxboro family.
Kayla is our main showing agent here at Foxboro. Born and raised in Eau Claire, Kayla has extensive background knowledge and insight on the area to share with clients about the different neighborhoods around the Chippewa Valley. She enjoys helping prospective tenants find the right place to call home as well as working alongside the Foxboro team.
When not at work, Kayla likes to spend time playing outdoors with her daughters or grabbing a coffee and catching live music with friends.
In June of 2017, Jaydee walked into the Foxboro office looking for a rental unit and left that day with a brand new job. Presently, Jaydee is one of our tenant services representatives whose main responsibilities include answering and directing phone calls, responding to emails, greeting and offering assistance to office visitors and helping potential tenants find a place to call home.
Jaydee was born and raised in Wisconsin and all of her family lives in the area. Jaydee is mom to two adorable children and enjoys spending time with them and being in the great outdoors. In her free time she enjoys baking, 3D diamond painting and visiting and playing cards with family and friends.
Jaydee would love to help you in your apartment search, answer all your questions, and direct you toward all the best Foxboro has to offer.
Tenant Services Representative
Carrie has been with Foxboro since 2013. Carrie didn’t know what she was getting into when she took the position here. She knew she didn’t want to be bored, but has found that every day is different with new challenges and there is rarely, if ever, a dull moment. Carrie finds it rewarding when she is able to help people find a place to rent that best suits their needs.
Carrie has lived in Wisconsin most of her life. She has two children, two grandchildren and two standard poodles, which keep them all very busy. Most weekends you can find Carrie and her husband “roughing it” at their camper in northwestern Wisconsin.
Desiree has been with the Foxboro family for three years. One of her main roles is to stay connected with current tenants and assist them whenever they have questions or concerns regarding their lease or rental unit. Desiree enjoys building relationships with her tenants and getting to know their families when they stop in the office.
Desiree is the mom to a five-year-old son and enjoys spending time with her family. Her favorite thing to do outside of work is baking. Desiree is often recruited for making birthday and other special occasion cakes for the office and her friends and family. Someday she would love to bake all day, but for now working with the Foxboro team and tenants has proven to be a fulfilling position.
Alia Johnson joined the Foxboro team in June of 2017 and currently works behind the scenes as a coordinator in our Operations Department providing administrative support and utilizing her attention to detail and organizational skills in a variety of ways.
In 2002, Alia married her high school sweetheart and is the mother of four children. She is a self-proclaimed craft supply hoarder extraordinaire and Joanna Gaines wannabe. When she is not wearing the family chauffeur hat you can find her up to her elbows in sawdust and paint creating projects for her side sign-making business.
Alia likes long romantic strolls through Hobby Lobby, flip flops, office supplies, and cheese curds of the deep fried variety. Her dislikes include centipedes, winter driving and scurvy.
Alia is grateful for the opportunity to work at this growing, family-owned small business and looks forward to continuing to serve the greater Eau Claire area with Foxboro Property Management.
Cyndi came aboard in November of 2018, making her the newest addition to the Foxboro team. While Cyndi’s background weighs heavily in the healthcare field, her recent acquisition of her HR degree has proven very useful in her role as the Operations Assistant in Foxboro’s operation department.
Cyndi has been married for eight years and has two young children that keep her on her toes. Her main hobby is shopping as all others cut into her television binge watching. You may find her on the series premiere of Real Housewives of Wisconsin if local stations ever decide to pick up the show. Cyndi loves all different kinds of food and has deemed herself a wine connoisseur.
Cyndi’s favorite quote is, “Once you replace negative thoughts with positive ones, you’ll start having positive results.” We are fortunate to have Cyndi and her positivity as part of the Foxboro Team.
Parris began working at Foxboro in 2005 and currently works as the Senior Operations Accountant, overseeing all aspects of the financial side of the business.
Previously, Parris retired from NSP/Xcel Energy after 32 years. While there he held the positions of General Accounting Supervisor, Logistics Supervisor and Budget Administrator. Parris also worked briefly for another property management company before he settled in at Foxboro. His extensive background and experience in the accounting field has made him an asset to our team.
Parris enjoys spending time with family, attending his grandchildren’s sporting events, hunting, fishing, traveling, gardening/landscaping, boating and riding in his 2004 Mustang convertible.
Parris plans to stay healthy and active and claims that he plans on retiring at the age of 75, if we let him!
Lance has been working at Foxboro alongside the Senior Operations Accountant since 2015. He has been key in developing and maintaining the operating budget as well as preparing owner month end statements. Lance also supports the Foxboro team by coordinating and enhancing Foxboro’s human resources.
Prior to time spent at Foxboro, he spent the majority of his career working in sales at local optical businesses until obtaining his Bachelor’s degree in Finance at Kaplan University.
When the work day is complete, Lance enjoys spending time with family, his many trips to Target and rollerblading on the Chippewa River Trail.
George has been with Foxboro since 2007. He has worked in maintenance all his life and takes great pleasure in helping others which makes him an essential part of the Foxboro team.
George has been married for 34 years and looks forward to going home to his wife each night. He enjoys hunting, fishing, woodworking, gardening and canning his bountiful harvest.
George will go above and beyond to ensure that any tenant issues are addressed quickly.
Penny became a regular at the Foxboro office in April of 2017.
Penny has more articles of clothing than some humans, used to be overweight, but now diets and exercises constantly—her only weakness is peanut butter on toast. Penny can’t adult today, or any day for that matter, but we love her anyway.