Lifenet company to close
EAU CLAIRE--An estimated 120 employees will lose their jobs when an Eau Claire company closes, according to filings with the state Department of Workforce Development.
Lifenet and Lifenet Supportive Services are permanently closing their location at 1280 W. Clairemont Ave. by March 26.
Jeffrey Fresia is president of Lifenet, which provides in-home care for the aging population, individuals with physical and developmental disabilities, and those with mental illness, according to the company’s website.
Lifenet added satellite offices in Schofield and Medford in 2010, according to the website. The fate of the branches was unknown at press time.