Don Weber is the company founder and chairman of Logistics Health Incorporated (LHI). He has 25 years of experience in designing and implementing creative health service programs. His leadership and vision has driven the development of many comprehensive and successful approaches to providing health care services to employers and employees alike.
Previously, Weber was President and founder of National Health Screenings, which focused exclusively on health assessments and employee screening services. He then built HSNA, a premier provider of pre-employment drug testing services, and sold it to Pinkerton Services Group.
After a transition period, he began devoting his time to building LHI into a world-class leader in the field of military medical and dental readiness. Today, under his leadership, the organization has grown from a handful of employees to more than 900 full-time jobs.
In 2010, under Weber’s leadership, LHI was awarded the highest honor given by the U.S. Department of Defense to an employer, the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve Freedom Award, in recognition of the company’s support of its Service member employees. In 2004, Weber was named Wisconsin Entrepreneur of the Year by the Wisconsin Entrepreneur’s Conference, an award which recognizes entrepreneurial leaders who are instrumental in the development of the Wisconsin economy. He was also named the La Crosse Tribune’s Person of the Year for 2006. Weber serves on the Board of Trustees for Viterbo University and La Crosse Area Family YMCA, and also serves as a Board Member for Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater La Crosse.
After growing up on a farm in rural Wisconsin, he joined the United States Marine Corps as a young man. He served active duty in the Vietnam War, and for his distinguished service he has received many awards, among them the Purple Heart and two bronze stars.