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The Lakeside Lutheran Link, 2016 Issue 1 mission Motivated by the love of Jesus, Lakeside Lutheran High School partners with families to educate, encourage, and equip students for life and for eternity.

about our federation

Each spring LLHS sophomores visit Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary as part of a religion class field trip day. Seminarian Craig Wilke (‘11) was one of the Lakeside graduate Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary tour guides our students enjoyed this year, along with Andrew Ewings and Caleb Schmiege (both ‘08).

Forever Warriors

continue to carry the fire of Christian education, and your Lakeside Lutheran is thrilled to celebrate their entries (or reentries) into the public ministry. This spring’s call lists included pastors, vicars and all grade levels of teachers, from early childhood to high school:

LLHS alums entering ministry in 2016 Class of 2012 == Grey Davis (Lake Mills) to St Croix Lutheran High School, West St. Paul, MN: Dormitory Supervisor, Social Studies – 1 year == Benjamin Ewings (DeForest) to Luther Preparatory School Watertown, WI: Tutor – 1 year == Hannah Holzhueter (Waterloo) to Zion Lutheran School, Greenleaf, WI: 4K, 5K – 1 year == Lacey Waters (Watertown) to Bloomington Lutheran School, Bloomington, MN: grade 2 Class of 2011 == Jessica Eternick (Waterloo) to Mt Calvary Lutheran School, Redding, CA: Lower Grades == Sara Willems (Mt. Pleasant, WI) to Great Plains Lutheran High School, Watertown, SD: Dormitory Supervisor, Math – 1year Class of 2010 == Jason Zuehlke (Oconomowoc) to vicar at St. Paul Beverly Hills, FL Class of 2009 == Justin Eternick (Waterloo) to Trinity Lutheran School Jenera, OH: grades 7-8; Principal Apprentice Class of 2008 == Andrew Ewings (DeForest) to vicar at St. John Minneapolis == Caleb Schmiege (Madison) to Michigan Lutheran Seminary, Saginaw (tutor/ admissions counselor –1year) Class of 2007 == Andrew Schoenfeld (Lake Mills) to St Stephen Lutheran School, Beaver Dam, WI: grade 6 page 2 | Lakeside Lutheran Link | 2016 Issue 1 | llhs.org

The Lakeside Lutheran Federation includes 31 congregations in a diverse geographic region in southcentral Wisconsin that extends north to south from Beaver Dam to Janesville and east to west from Oconomowoc to Madison. The Lakeside Lutheran Link is a publication of Lakeside Lutheran High School in Lake Mills, WI, published twice annually and distributed free of charge to graduates, supporters, students, families and friends. Readers are encouraged to pass on copies to benefit others. Please direct all correspondence, letters, news corrections, comments and requests to be added to our home mailing list to: Lakeside Lutheran High School 231 Woodland Beach Rd. Lake Mills, WI 53551 info@llhs.org • 920.648.2321

Principal: James Grasby Assistant Principal: Pastor Don Schultz Executive Director: Scott Gronholz Recruitment Director: Steve Lauber Activities Director: Kirk DeNoyer Bd of Regents, Chair: Scott Schneider

Photo credits: Cover: Todd Hackbarth p. 2: Pastor Clark Schultz p. 4: LL archives p. 5: LL archives or contributed p. 6: from LL yearbook or contributed by G. Pfeifer p. 7: Diahann Lohr

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Basketball anniversaries celebrate LLHS difference Forensics program offers lifelong benefits

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‘77 alums enjoy constants through years of change

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‘07 alums blossom in business partnership

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Lakeside Links: alum news • remembering • reunions News and events

Alumni Soccer Reunion Event!

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A message from Warrior soccer coach PC: This fall marks 10 years of guys’ soccer at Lakeside. With the prayers and support of many parents and players, today the ball is still rolling, and we give God all the glory! To celebrate this milestone, we invite male soccer alumni and families back to where it all began for a “mixer.” Starting at 3:30, former players are invited to join in on the practice and --if not too out of shape--kick the ball around with current players. Following, there’s a hospitality tent to which parents and players are welcome (showers available too!). To cap off the night, alumni receive a complimentary pass to cheer on the Warrior Football team under Friday night lights.

Friday, August 19, 2016

Lakeside Lutheran High School 3:30-5:00 - Alumni Soccer Event (Inside track) 5:00-6:30 - Post Soccer Event Meal (Tent by track) 7:00 - Football Game v. Milwaukee Hamilton Registration required -- by August 9 please! Free t-shirt for each alum in attendance. Additional shirts available for purchase.

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anniversaries of excellence Your Lakeside Lutheran has a tradition of excellence in all aspects of student life, certainly including its sports. The Lord continues to bless your LLHS with gifted and committed athletes at all levels, as well as dedicated and skilled coaches, who continually remind players and fans alike that it’s all glory to God. Enjoy with us these two anniversaries in 2016, and join with us in thanks for these continued blessings.

2016 also marks the 15th anniversary of a very special year in Lady Warrior basketball history, when the 2000–2001 team took its season all the way through to a D3 State Championship (see the road at right). Assistant coach in 2001, Mrs. Gayle Bauer describes the culture that applies whether our season ends at the Lakeside gym or the Kohl Center: “Winning that State game & hugging the players—especially my senior daughter— was an emotional high. But the greatest moment came in the locker room after the game when Coach ended with the singing of a hymn, praising God & giving Him the glory. I will never forget how Coach Matthies always kept the girls grounded.”

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y earbook was the first to report on a forensics team at Lakeside Lutheran, even though personal memories recall forensics team activity as early as 1985, under the direction of Mr. Tom Hunter. It was also the first year Forensics team members were awarded letters for their thespian efforts, but even as letter-winning seniors Sarah and Martha Beier were appreciative of the recognition, the yearbook also quotes them with “but we probably won’t wear them since most people don’t think much of forensics.”

oh, how times have changed. Warrior

girls basketball 2015–16 marked the 54th season for Lady Warrior basketball, a program that began in 1970, before Title IX was even passed. This year’s team captured its third straight conference championship, went 20–4, saw Mr. Tim Matthies coach his 300th win, and featured at least two players who will continue their careers through scholarships at the collegiate level (Abigail Monis, Maryville University; Meghan Pingel, UW–Green Bay).

The 1987 KEMO

The road to State in 2001: Regular season record 22 wins, 5 losses Regional wins: v. Marshall (59-30) Deerfield (63-51) Pardeeville (67-50) Sectional wins: v. Darlington (72-56) Cuba City (42-37) Statebound to D3 WIAA tournament at Kohl Center in Madison Won semi-final over Florence (56-41) and final over Brillion (59-46) Team members: Kelly Allen, Bethany Bauer, Natalie Brunk, Carmen Fry, Katie Huebner, Erin Krempel, Rachel Maenpaa, Anne Peterson, Kirby Raasch, Ruth Servais, Brittany Veale, Kim Wenzel, Jenny Wiechmann. Coaches: Tim Matthies, Gayle Bauer, Todd Hackbarth.

boys basketball

This year saw the boys’ team make its mark in the history books as well, even as it also marked an anniversary. Our varsity team had a great ride, receiving a state ranking during the season, going 20–5 for the season, and watching the first boy in school history to surpass 1,000 career points (Mason DeNoyer). Five years ago, the bar had been set high: Coach Jim Bauer, who has turned over the reins to Kirk DeNoyer for the 2016–17 basketball season, recapped the The road to State in 2011: boys’ trip to state in Conference champs with record-setting 25 2011: “That special group wins, 1 loss for regular season Regional Final v. Evansville 64-60 accomplished many Sectional Semi-Final v. Clinton 74-59 things that no other Sectional Final v. Prairie du Chien 56-42 First-ever trip to D3 WIAA state for boys BB Lakeside team had. From Fell in semis to LaCrosse Aquinas a conference title, to Team members: consecutive wins, to total Aaron Allister, Grey Davis, Jon Demcak, Tyler Doyle, Caleb Gartner, Jake Jarnigo, wins—a lot of neat things Jeff Klug, Eric Koester, Sam Kuehl, Chris this group accomplished Lanham, Seth Nehls, Briton Peterson, Brandon Schmitt, Jacob Schneider, Kyle that hopefully future Stelse, Connor Vredeveld, Craig Wilke. Coaches: Jim Bauer, Paul Bauer, Ted Klug, Lakeside teams will look Dan Kuehl. to.” You bet they will.

Forensics has grown from these modest roots to be an extra-curricular that has fielded a full team of 25 eligible for state competition for the past six years. Students must audition for a spot on a team that in 2016 was awarded a 7th consecutive Excellence in Speech Award, for scoring in the top 5% among participating high schools at the Wisconsin High School Forensic Association (WHSFA) State Festival, the largest forensics tournament in the state. For the second time in three years, 25 Warriors in 13 distinct speaking categories—from prose to playacting— captured the highest score among 340 high schools and 4,656 students at the UW-Madison festival last April. Our thespians were awarded 15 gold and 10 silver medals at state this year; coach Steve Lauber says, “God has blessed us year after year with young adults that have not only tremendous speaking skills, but also a great work ethic.” Once Recent team members show some bling. again, all glory to God! The time that I spent in forensics at Lakeside has been incredibly influential in my life. If it weren’t for the experiences I had in high school forensics, I wouldn’t be pursuing the career that I am right now. The skills I developed in the Radio Speaking category are the same skills I use now at UW-Oshkosh. I was on the radio every week this past semester doing a live sports talk show, as well as doing live playby-play for various sporting events. I would have never have had the confidence for these roles without Warrior Forensics, and I plan on continuing to use what I learned for many years to come.

Year after year, numerous polls are released that show people’s top fears. The fear of public speaking has been consistently atop those polls. Over 28% of Americans say that they would rather be in the coffin rather than giving the eulogy at a funeral. The point is that many people are scared to do a task that virtually all humans must do in the professional world: talk. Forensics helps reverse that trend. It helps people turn what they thought of as their greatest weakness into one of their greatest assets. The power of the spoken word has helped me in my academic career, and I have begun to utilize it even more in my early professional life. Being able to communicate clearly and confidently can truly separate you from the rest of the field. No matter what career path you choose, you will always need to communicate. Forensics has taught me how to strengthen that vital skill. It has taught me to always “take the room.” Jacob Schneider, LLHS Class of 2012 B.S., Business Administration Bethany Lutheran College ‘16

I was on the Lakeside Forensics Team for three years. The experience provided me with friendships, extraordinary memories, and speaking skills I will use throughout my life. I recently served as President of the Wisconsin Student Nurses’ Association and had several speaking opportunities during my term. Forensics helped me to feel comfortable and speak with confidence at conventions in front of large audiences. I have also had many opportunities to give presentations in college classroom settings while pursuing my BSN degree. Forensics develops lifelong skills for success using God’s gift of speech. Forensics is fun and I encourage anyone to try forensics and be Warrior proud! Emilie Kreilkamp, Class of 2012 R.N., Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin

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40 years later..

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ou've heard the saying, "the more things change, the more they stay the same." For over 40 years, Lakeside Lutheran class of 1977 Forever Warriors "Geno" & "Mel" have played out this quote like a show tune. It all began during the elementary years at St. Peter, Helenville (Carrie) and St. Paul, Fort (Gene). "Carrie and I were aware of each other even prior to beginning at Lakeside in 1973, but we had little contact with each other," Gene says. "Even in high school— we were both in Mr. Adickes' biology homeroom and our lockers were perhaps just seven apart—we really didn't talk." Both were heavily involved in school activities, with Carrie in band, choir, color guard and Project JOY (see sidebar), and Gene in athletics and student council. As juniors and seniors, both were in A Cappella, band and the musicals (Oklahoma '76 & Music Man '77). They didn't date, however, until about the last month of senior year, and attended May Banquet together. Oh, how things would change. "Our senior years," Gene continues, "Carrie thought she was heading off to UW–Oshkosh for nursing, and I thought I was off to UW–LaCrosse for Secondary P.E. and Coaching. Those plans changed late senior year, as faculty shared encouragement that we should each consider the teaching ministry. We each separately chose to enroll at Dr. Martin Luther College to become Lutheran elementary school teachers. We're glad we did and have never regretted the decision." It was a decision that has taken them across Wisconsin and Minnesota for the past 35 years, raising three children and enjoying two (almost three) grandchildren. Gene has been a Lutheran elementary school principal, college professor, director of MLC's student teaching program, and president of St. Croix Lutheran High School. Carrie has been one of a few teachers to have taught every level from pre-school to primary-intermediate-and upper grades, high school, college, and graduate school. Today, Geno & Mel are referred to as Dr. Gene & Dr. Carrie Pfeifer at Bethany page 6 | Lakeside Lutheran Link | 2016 Issue 1 | llhs.org

Lutheran College, where Gene was welcomed as its 10th president in November 2015. Carrie also serves at Bethany as a professor of Education, and as director of its Academic Resources Center. And yet some things never change...Geno & Mel still go to school together, and are still learning about God's grace towards them. "Both Carrie and I love what we do, and we often share publicly that we haven't worked a day in our lives," says Gene. "We don't go to work, we go to school, and we serve in the ministry in which we've been called. Our passion is daily sharing the gospel message through the vehicle of Christian education. We both credit Lakeside for the encouragement to choose the path of full-time ministry." Extended families remain in Wisconsin, so they make it back once or twice a year. It's enough to allow them to reflect on changes and constants at Lakeside as well. "LLHS served us both well—Carrie in her music and academic excellence, and leadership and athletic opportunities for me," says Gene, "But programs have grown and expanded since we graduated. Tangible successes make Lakeside stand out as a quality school in Wisconsin...all while remaining true to its mission, which never changes. It's been enjoyable to watch."

Victor L. Fenske, 76, passed away on June 7, 2016. Vic taught world history, sophomore religion and world languages at LLHS from 1966–78. While here, he initiated the 4-year Spanish program and implemented a summer program called Project Joy in which he trained students in Spanish so that they could canvass and teach VBS classes in a program that took them to Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Puerto Rico as assistants to ELS and WELS missionaries there. In 1978 he moved his family to Phoenix and taught at Arizona Lutheran Academy for 24 years. Read an excellent tribute to Mr. Fenske's life here: goo.gl/CgFHgJ The Victor L. Fenske & Doris J. (Dickson) Fenske Scholarship Fund is for the benefit of ALA & LLHS graduates who attend Bethany. Check payable to BLC (700 Luther Drive, Mankato, MN 56001) or online at www.blc.edu/donate

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Friends since Lakeside, now business partners: Julianne Bare and Linda Ebert (both ‘07) are the new owners of Draeger’s Floral in Watertown. Having recently purchased the business from longtime owner Judy Draeger, the entrepreneuring pair is excited to serve the Watertown community. “I grew up here so I’m rather biased, but I love Watertown and the surrounding communities,” says Linda. “Annie and I were in the same homeroom and we’ve been good friends ever since.” Julianne Bare and Linda Ebert are the new owners of Bare and Ebert bring to Draeger’s a variety of Draeger’s Floral in Watertown expertise acquired since high school. Ebert has an associate degree in massage therapy and also previously worked in the accounting department at CMGlobal, giving her skills in both customer service and bookkeeping. Bare has a degree in architecture and has ideas for highlighting the historic features of the Draeger building. She’s also worked in landscape architecture and her mother’s floral shop, Wine and Roses, in Jefferson.

“I love the floral business because it’s something we can do specifically to make people happy,” says Julianne, who is originally from Jefferson. “Flowers always cheer people up.” Helping them do this are floral designers Darlene Dopke and Nancy Daase, who have worked for Draeger’s more than 20 years. “Darlene and Nancy have made it possible for us to keep running the store as smoothly as possible through this transition,” says Linda. “We really appreciate them staying on. They’re extremely knowledgeable in both floral design and management, and they will help us continue to provide great service for our longtime customers.” Bare and Ebert have ideas for attracting a new generation of customers as well. In July they will begin selling wine and offering the east side of their building for bridal showers, wine and painting workshops and other such gatherings. “We want to be part of the Shop Local movement,” says Annie. “When you shop local, your money goes back into the community and to families who will continue to invest in the community. We want to give our local people the greatest quality because it’s a community we know and love.”

Annie and Linda were joined in the recent Watertown 4th of July parade by some other LLHS alum. Stumped? Check them out on Facebook at Draeger’s Floral

Draeger’s Floral is located at 616 E. Main St., in Watertown, and features hand-delivered fresh flowers, arrangements and houseplants. They are members of the Teleflora Network. See them at draegersfloral.com e

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John Stratman (‘13), a Hackbarth videography grad, has been making trendy 8-bit videos, and his “Captain America; Civil War” trailer has made it into an Entertainment Weekly blog post, already netting him over 360,000 views. See the video he sold at youtu.be/VbrJTw8kmZ4 Congratulations to Rachel Italiano (‘12), a recent graduate of Wisconsin Lutheran College and editor of the WLC campus newspaper, who had a paper accepted for presentation at the Central States Communication Association Conference April 14-17, 2016. Rachel’s paper on free speech was one of five top papers selected for the Undergraduate Honors Research portion of the conference.

Seminarians and LLHS grads Craig Wilke (class of ‘11, Bethany, Fort) Caleb Schmiege ( ‘08, Eastside) and Matt Proeber (‘11, St. Matthew, Janesville) were part of a trip to Mexico at a Spanish Institute in Puebla where 8 sem students studied Spanish and toured the city for a week. The group then traveled to Guanajato for another week to do mission work for a new mission start there. Craig reports, “We took to the streets and talked to many people in the public places of the city. It was a rewarding trip where we learned a lot and did many fun things as well.” Alyssa (Allister ‘09) and Tyler Schoen were united in marriage on May 21, 2016.

Eric Koester (‘11) has completed his 1st of 2 years in the Peace Corps, serving in Mongolia. Eric shares, “I am trying to do my best to live my life in service to my LORD. The Peace Corps doesn’t allow proselytizing and doesn’t look kindly towards it, so I have to try to live my faith without really talking about it. It’s a unique challenge, but I have been able to make it so far with God’s strength & guidance.” Cpl. Jason Raether (‘11) was with the Navy LeapFrog parachute jumper pre-game show for the 2015 San Diego Holiday Bowl where the Badgers won!

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They report that the Lord blessed them with a beautiful day to share their love and faithfulness with their family and friends! They look forward to “continuing and building their marriage on the one true foundation, the Lord” as they make their home in Milwaukee. Alyssa (Turney ‘09) Warnke is married to Scott and lives in Neenah. She shares, “I’ve always enjoyed working in creative fields, and a few years ago I started my own business photographing children, seniors, families, and couples, as well as weddings and events throughout Wisconsin. See us on Facebook at Moments of Awe Photography!”

Melissa (White ‘08) and Nathan Judd were married in June 2015 at Bethany Lutheran Church in Fort Atkinson, and now live in Stoughton with Melissa’s 4 year-old daughter and Nathan’s two sons. Lindsey Larson (‘06) and Tim Elliott are engaged and planning a June 17, 2017, wedding in Madison. Lindsay is employed by UW Credit Union, West Allis and Tim works for WISN TV in Milwaukee. Katie (Schultz ‘05) and Pete Herbst were married April 16 at Immanuel in Farmington. PC officiated, Sister Courtney (‘07) was maid of honor and brother Cody (‘12) was Katie’s man of honor. Megan (Jaeger ‘04) Wierschke played the piano, Annie Bare (‘07) did the

flowers, Cherish (Saloff ‘07) Groom was the photog. The Herbsts report that it was a beautiful day! Mason Joseph Alves, son of Lindsey (Niedfeldt ‘03) and Joseph Alves, was born March 20, 2016. He was welcomed home in East Providence, RI, by big sisters Mikayla (6) and Marissa (2). Andrea Oppermann (‘02) wrote in recently to share: “Last October, after several years of running races and triathlons, I completed the Milwaukee Lakefront Marathon, my first but not my last! This May I graduated from Concordia University in Mequon with a Master of Church Music in Choral Conducting degree. I am currently the Fine Arts Department Chair at Arizona Lutheran Academy in Phoenix. Thankfully, I am able

to travel back to the Midwest on a regular basis to visit family and friends.” Nicole Davis (‘91) entered eternal life March 26, 2016; her funeral service was March 29 at St. Paul in Fort. Beth (Griffin ‘90) Riesinger writes in: “2016 marked the start of our 12th year in Michigan when my husband Ryan was offered a job as the Executive Director at the Grand Forks International Airport in Grand Forks, ND. Brandon (12), Anna (9) and I joined him in June when the kids finished school. I will miss the beauty of the Great Lakes, but I look forward to exploring the prairie grasslands and more in ND. In addition to celebrating his silver wedding anniversary with Tammy this summer, Brian Hafenstein (‘86) just

completed his 15th overseas trip with the Army as an engineer this year.

30 years. Sibs Richard (‘67), Ruth (‘69) and Elizabeth (‘72) Garner survive him.

Daniel (Danny) Lemke Sr. was called to his eternal rest on May 23, 2016. His funeral was held at St. Peter Lutheran Church in Helenville on June 2. He is survived by his son Daniel Jr. (‘02) and many other relatives and friends.

Rhoda (Hanson ‘65) Gross of Eau Claire, passed from life to eternal life on May 3, 2016. She is survived by husband Ron and three children, Link (‘89), Megen (‘91), Luke and their families.

After 8 months with cancer, Jane (Timmel ‘73) O’Brien passed into the everlasting presence of God with her family by her side April 26, 2016. A service was May 2 at Epiphany Lutheran Church in Racine. She is survived by 2 children and 3 sibs Randy (‘69), Tom (‘71) and Gail (‘80) Bellman. Brian Rupnow, (‘65) Jefferson, passed May 23, 2016, at St. Mary’s in Madison; his funeral was May 28 at St. Paul in Lake Mills. Brian served his Lord and country in Vietnam and then as a Jefferson Co. Sheriff’s deputy for almost

Marlene Hopmann (‘64), a member at St. Paul, Lake Mills, entered her heavenly home on January 8, 2016 at Rainbow Hospice after a battle with cancer. She had been a 1st-grade teacher for over 40 years, at Stevensville, MI, Milwaukee and New Ulm. She is survived by her twin Marsha Hopmann and brother Roger. James “Jim” Keach (‘64) went to his heavenly home on January 6, 2015. His memorial service was at St. John in Waterloo, where he and Peggy married in 1968. He is further survived by sons Jay (‘87) and Kurt (‘89) and three grandchildren. Gene Sukow (‘64) entered Life on October 22, 2015; his funeral was Oct. 27 at St. Paul, Lake Mills. Arlys Buch, who taught piano at various levels for 52 years, including at Lakeside Lutheran, retired in May 2016. She says, “I am going to miss the students very much, but I am also going to really enjoy visiting my family and pursuing other interests,” She and husband Marcus live in Waterloo. Share your own “alum link” for our next edition. Update us online at www. llhs.org/alum

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We are grateful for the heartfelt gifts offered to the ministry of Lakeside Lutheran High School by one or more donors between July 2015 and March 2016 in memory or honor of loved ones.

In Memory of

Ramona Abel Ceilan “Jr” Baker Margaret Frank Bauman David Beduze Brad Behling Edwin Behrmann, Florence Belcher Gerald Bentheimer Kenneth Beyer David Bielefeldt Ardis Bischoff Jeanette Bobrofsky Lucille Bobrofsky Gerald Bohl Anita Boldt Ron Boltz Lucy Borchardt Joey Bowling Marie Brokl Michael Brom Benjamin Brumm Dee Brunette Howard Buckingham Paul Buntrock Donald Buss Carl Christianson Thomas Christoffel Wanda Christoffel Barbara Cichanofsky Wendell DeWitt Gene Dorn Ron Draeger Robert Dukeshire Ron Ebert Dennis Emery Roxann Fairbert Peter Fenske Marion Firkus Harvey Froemming

Shirley Gaulke June Gennerman Raymond Gensch, Sr. Darlene Gentz Eunice Grandt Barbara Grulke Florence Guenterberg Harold Hann, Sr. Daniel Hatcher Jack Hebbe Robert Herbert, Sr. Lydia Holz Marlene Hopmann Michael Hornby, Sr. Nanette Isaacs Gloria Jacobs Orabelle Jaeger Bernie Jarka Daniel Jenson Mary Kleba Jeanne Klein Thomas Klein Lance Klug Barb Knutson Phyllis Kohl Pearl Kohn Shirley Kreklow Tom Kuehl Dora Kuehner Marvin Kuenzi Lucille Lauersdorf Dorothy Lemke Maxine Littva Dale Lorfeld Evelyn Lueck Frieda Luetzow Joan Luey Mildred Maahs

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I have held many things in my hands, and I have lost them all; but whatever I have placed in God’s hands, that I still possess. Leroy Maass Daniel Malchow Tim Manix Wayne McBride Velma Melcher Karen Miller Zach Moyle Joann Muche Norma Nelson Timothy Niedfeldt Loved Ones Deloures Pagel David Palmer Marvin Pfeifer Bruce Pingel Mary E. Quinn Harley Raether Margaret Raether Logan Rankin Anita Reabe James Ready Thomas Rieck Adeline Riege Leroy Rummler Esther Schmidt Shirley Schoenherr Louie Schubert John Schuett Derek Schultz Kristina Schultz Ruth Schultz Tami Schultz Fred Schwab Rudy Sennhenn

—Martin Luther

Mary Stange Daryl Staude Edwin Staude Ron Stelter Dorothy Stephen Lynn Stubner Bob Stueber Gene Sukow Mona Thurow Bernita Tobin Dorothy Tooley Richard Torgerson Jim Trapp Meta Turke Morgan Turnquist Gerald Uebele Louise Vogel Harold R. Voigt Steven Voigt James Wade Erline Wegner Fredrick Wenger Earl Werner Harriet Wilke Robert Wilkenson Norbert Willing Carol Witte Rosa Zastrow Gerald Zeitler Vernon Zickert Donald Zimmerman Ryan Zweifel

Dorothy Guenterberg’s 90th Birthday LLHS Alumni M/M Dean Schneider’s 50th Wedding Anniversary M/M Duane Foerster’s 50th Wedding Anniversary M/M Reynold Kremer’s 40th Wedding Anniversary Marlene Schultz’s 80th Birthday Vernon Zickert’s 100th Birthday

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At this alum spot on the llhs.org site you can also see the current list of class reunion contacts we have on file.

class reunion news

Class of 1966—50th in the works...contact Roger Herbert at rogsan815@att.net Class of 1981—35th in the works...contact Tammie (Bleecker) Jaeger at tjjaeger@charter.net Class of 1986—30th...September 30, 2016 — 5:30 pm Alum Zone picnic at LLHS HC Game at 7 PM, party after TBD — Contact: Tammy Iglesias (262) 220-1000 for more info or to RSVP

Class of 2006—10th in the works...contact Michael Doelger at Michael.Doelger@cdirad.com Class of 1982—35th...date is July 15, 2017! Contact Jodie Allard at jrallard6@gmail.com Recent Reunions... Class of 1985 held its 30th reunion at Towne Inn in Jefferson August 8, 2015 Ted Turnquist reports: “It was an evening of fun and reminiscing with old friends at classmate Kevin (& wife Karen ‘86) Brumm’s restaurant. The class presented scholarship funds to the Morgan Turnquist Memorial “Warrior” Scholarship at LLHS. The Turnquist family is thankful and blessed by the outpouring of support. All in attendance would like to thank the Brumms for hosting!”

Class of 1975 held its 40th reunion at Hi-Way Harry’s in JCreek September 12, 2015

Back: Doug Stallman, Debbie (Andrews) Hans, Dave Piper, Reggie Pfeifer, Andy Kuhl, Lyle Wuestenberg, Keith Grandt, Marty Kehl, Tim Probst. Middle: Sarah (Albright) Anderson, Terry Schwartz, Marion Winkelman, Sue (Schloesser) Balog, Steve Niemuth, Bruce Dobratz, Jeff Wittchow, Jim Wollenburg Front: Bernice (Fenner) Sweo, Denise (Novak) Wagner, Lori (Maurice) Glander.

Class of 2000 celebrated its 15-year reunion last July 25, with a Sandy Beach picnic during the day and Salamone’s in Fort Atkinson at night. Back: Craig Wortman, Brian Braatz, Jacob Kratz, Jon Bauer, Dustin Blummer, Mike Arndt, Tim Brokl, Tyson Villereal Front: Sara Rowe, Lindsay Long, Melanie Kutz, Kayla Brown, Sarah Kaulitz

Back: Jason Rauber, Tyson Villereal, Devon Hartwig, Glen Pufahl, Sonja Markland, Lydia White, Scott Kornstedt, Sarah Kaulitz, Jon Bauer, Tim Anderson, Mike Arndt, Miranda Hasel Front: Craig Wortman, Brian Braatz, Melanie Kutz, Carrie Graham, Kayla Brown, Lindsay Long Lakeside Lutheran Link | 2016 Issue 1 | llhs.org | page 11


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