THE CITY REBORN FROM THE ASHES OF AMERICA'S MOST DISASTROUS FOREST FIRE
Coleman Parade, Raffle, Event Winners Announced
Marshal for the Coleman Firemans Parade on Saturday, July 20 was Jim Karban, a Coleman resident for almost 44 years. He worked at Proctor and Gamble Paper Mill, Green Bay for 36 years and served in the Army in Vietnam September 1969 to November 1970. A member of the VFW and Legion, he was a volunteer fireman from 1972 to 1983 and served as Village trustee from 2000 to 2012.
Married to Mary Meyer in August 1969, the family circle includes three sons, Eric (Jamie), Brad and Jarod and three grandchildren, Rhetta, Eve and Eli.
Winners in the horseshoes contest at the Coleman Picnic were Buck Bergeron and Don Bader-1st, 2nd were Jeff Bickel and Pat Maye, and 3rd to Scott and Byron.
Co-ed volleyball winners were 1st-Corner Bar, 2nd-Green Lantern and 3rd-Sams Team.
Among parade float winners for businesses were 1st-Station House Restaurant, 2nd to Pelkins Piggly Wiggly, and 3rd to Animal Health Clinic.
Beaver Machine won in Agriculture, and in semi was Wisconsin Transport-Rusty Johnson.
Religion category went to Trinity Lutheran Church, humor to Katies Sub, and clubs to Coleman Cub Scouts.
In softball winners were 1st to Jizs Fortiers Bar II, 2nd to Horny Buckseed Team, and 3rd to Barnstormers II.
Beer drinking trophy went to Horny Buckseed Team.
Winners in car show were 1st to Allan King, 2nd to Dick Myers, and 3rd, Jerry Marquardt.
Tractor-1st was Don Dashebek, 2nd to Ren Bushmaker, and 3rd to Max Behringer.
Trophy sponsors were Kudick Auto, Riesterer & Schnell, Village Suites, Grubers Garage, Carquest, and Gendrons.
The 20 raffle winners were 1st of $1000 to Dan and Marge Zeitler, 2nd and $800-Kasey and Karen Casper, 3rd of $500 to Jerry Heroux and Leonard Semrau, 4th and $450 to Tiffany Dufeck, 5th was $350 to Alice Pellman, and 6th and $250 went to Rick McMahon.
Seventh to 11th of $150 each were Michael C. Pellman and McKayla, Lizzy Nowak, Jack Spanheimer, Dennis Jahnke and Ray Hoffman.
The $100 winners for 12th to 20th places went to Bob Kaminski, Leanne Krueger, Tammy Reed and Lenny Podoski, Judy Broderick, Mark Patz, Don Bader, Marsha Behnke, Slick and Jer Konic.