2011 Reunion

Milwaukee, Wisconsin




 
Reunion 2011 Pin

Reunion 2011 Pin


 

 

Listed below are shipmates who attended.


William H. Taylor
P. O. Box 1024 Dolores, CO 8132
970-882-1501

Gil & Sherry Beyer
307 Sunnyside Road Sandpoint, ID 83864

Edward & Johanna Baniak
3 Grotto Court Watervliet, NY 12189
518-273113 C:518-598-4164

Merle & Jennifer G. Wagner
1913 Garling Road Bloomington, IL61701
309-663-6670

Francis & Shirley Carbaugh
232 Penn Street Hanover, PA 17331
717-632-5365

William & Jo Loening
7716 62nd Street Ridgewood, NY 11385

John B. & Providence Degnan, Jr
 8200 Shore Front Pky, Apt. 7D Rockaway Beach, NY 11693
1-718-634-9665

Stanley & Kyrs Vogt
5042 Strawbery Pines Ave., NW Comstock Park, MI 49321

Barry & Patricia Welliver
2504 Rotary Road Rockford, IL 61109
1-815-874-2776

Michael J. Petro
1642 Barbara Drive Brunswick, OH 44212
1-330-273-1732

Willard Pool
9840 W. Fletcher Road Greenville, MI 48838
1-616-754-8942

John R. & Janet L. Frazer
3988 Ashford Street San Diego, CA 92111
1-858-278-2007

Stephen A. Gilbert
34 Wadsworth Terrace Cranford, NJ 07016

Jeffrey Kovite & Diane Heckathorne
113 Butkus Drive, Unit 2
Myrtle Beach, SC 29588

Kenneth C. & Mary J. Warren
7738 7th Avenue Kenosha, WI 53143
262-652-4086

John W. (Bill) & Marcia Torrence, Jr
3930 San Remo Drive Jacksonville, FL 32217

George & Elizabeth Post
414 NW Knights Avenue #612 Lake City, FL 32055

James & Sandi Bires
96 Crestwood Drive Gilbertsville, KY 42044
270-362-3047

Buford/Margaret Baker and Daughter
12956 Mineral Springs Road West Fork, AR 72774
479-839-2104

W. Frank Stancil
319 Bargate Drive Cary, NC 27511

Dennis & Barbara Steinberger
920 24 5/8 Street Chetek, WI 54728

James & Geri Rapson
244 Park View Avenue Warwick, RI 02888
401-781-5879

Kay Rathburn
2948 N. Pease Road Vermontville, MI 49096
517-726-1283

James Konopacky
6486 W. Torrington Court Crystal River, FL 34429
352-563-0908

Larry & Linda Catlett
1909 E 2100th Street Camp Point, IL 52320
217593-7090

Robert & Georgina Wagner Brent Wagner & Debra Gore
5882 NW 62nd Avenue Ocala, FL 34482
352-6221738

Melvin & Delynn Daniel
499 Summit Court Plainfield, IN 46168
317-839-2512

Thomas & Pat Towers
1000 W. Jonathon Lane Bayside, WI 53217

Sandra Siciliano
6528 Steeplechase Drive
Tampa, FL 33625
813 920 6833 

Donald & Joan Miligan
139 Cresthaven Drive
Buffalo, NY 14225

Richard Karcher
231 Blaine Avenue
Racine, WI 53405

EAA Museum

Thursday, September 22, 2011

Located in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, at the site of the world’s largest aviation event the Museum is one of the most extensive aviation attractions in the world, a year-round destination for the entire family. Come and explore our world-class displays and galleries.  Marvel at aviation innovations in our collection of more than 250 historic airplanes. Spend time in one of our fi ve movie theaters. Take a ride in a vintage airplane at Pioneer Airport—a real working aerodrome right out of the “golden age” of aviation. Witness a piece of history in the Eagle Hangar, our tribute to World War II aviation and get “hands on” in the Kid Venture Gallery, our exciting interactive gallery for kids of all ages! The heart and soul of any good museum is its collection, and the EAA Air Venture Museum is no
exception. Our collection of historic artifacts began in 1962 when Steve Wittman donated his famous air racer “Bonzo” and the EAA Air Museum was founded. Since then it has fl owered into a magnifi cent assortment of over 20,000 historic aviation objects.

 

Great Lakes Naval Station

Friday, September 23, 2011

Great Lakes Naval Station has been transforming civilians into well trained, highly motivated Sailors since its founding in 1911.  With fifteen service schools, support and tenant commands, and the Navy's only Recruit Training Command or "boot camp" there are more than 20,000 military and civilian personnel living, working, and training at Great Lakes ensuring that we maintain the position as the Navy’s largest training facility.

Naval Station Great Lakes is a dynamic environment where training occurs 24 hours a day, seven days a week. It is a preferred duty station, which attracts the finest Sailors in the Navy to serve as Recruit Division Commanders, instructors, and many other support positions throughout the base

The mission here at Naval Station Great Lakes is clear: Deliver highly skilled, technically proficient, disciplined and motivated Sailors to the fleet.


Old World Wisconsin

Thursday, September 22, 2011

Journey back to the past at Old World Wisconsin, a vivid re-creation of the working farmsteads and settlements established by European immigrants in America’s heartland. Discover teams of oxen and horses working in the fi elds, the farm folk preparing hearty meals over
wood-burning stoves, and the heirloom plants in well-tended gardens. Stroll through the Crossroads Village and
chat with the town blacksmith or the keeper of the general store. Discover the true spirit of early Wisconsin. The 1870s come alive in the re-creation of a rural village. You’ll see the spirit of the residents in the Crossroads Village and understand the economic, social, religious and political fabric that bound this community together. European diversity is on display in the various professions throughout the village. See costumed interpreters portraying a Welsh shopkeeper, Irish laundress, Norwegian wagon maker and Bohemian shoemaker.
The true spirit of America is embodied in Old World Wisconsin’s farmsteads. Waves of immigrants flocked to this land of opportunity, eager to seek out the freedoms and possibilities that no longer existed in their homelands. A site visit can include seeing authentic farm implements, like this horse-powered threshing machine, in operation. See technology demonstrated up-close and learn how it was used by early settlers.

Pictures from the 2011 Reunion. Thanks to John Frazer for the Banquet pictures.

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