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Upon graduation he worked for Stanley Bottling Works for five years. They moved to Eau Claire in 1954 while he was employed at Walter Brewing Company. Gene was then employed by the Wisconsin National Guard in 1958 until retirement in 1990. Gene first ... (Eau Claire Leader-Telegram)
Cecil was born in the town of West Point (Lodi, Wisconsin) Sept. 21, 1927 ... Ruth Badeau; one brother-in-law, Stanley Grimstad; other relatives and friends. Cecil was preceded in death by his parents; his brother, Bill Colstad; and three sisters, Ethel ... (WisNews)
ALLISON, Derrick Stanley - Long - time North Bay businessman Derrick Allison ... Annette Vander Waal (husband Scott) of Wisconsin, and David Allison of Ottawa. The dear son of Esther Johnson of North Bay, he will be fondly remembered by Alice's children ... (yourlifemoments.ca)
Stanley "Stan" W. Mietla, 90 ... In 1971, Stan and Shirley left the big city for a smaller town. They moved to Eau Claire, Wisconsin where Stan opened his own drafting firm, and hired and trained draftsman to work for him. He loved the challenge of ... (The Daily Progress)
Kass, Stanley Morris Passed away in Milw ... An avid dog lover, in recent years he generously funded the purchase of more than 25 police dogs in southeastern Wisconsin. He was also a supporter of the Wisconsin Humane Society and Elmbrook Humane Society. (legacy.com)
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