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We were blessed with a generous foretaste of autumn with bright skies and cool temperatures allowing attendees to pursue their various interests in and around Indianapolis freely. As reflected in the minutes of our biennial meeting, it was determined that this was to be our last time together as a group that began to meet roughly every other year since Members agreed that attendance has not improved as age and related issues prove to be a challenge for many fraters and their significant others.

Future meetings, should they occur, will be informal and initiated by individual fraters who will inform others by email of the location, time, etc. The balance of the treasury will be maintained at its current site and will be used to offset expenses related to future informal gatherings as defined above and in the minutes of the meeting.

The Good Cheer will cease publication after this issue. So, it is with mixed feelings that I draft this letter. The feedback received from fraters in attendance was uniformly favorable — — the hotel facilities, the food, the ambiance of the hospitality room and Hoosier hospitality was all appreciated.

I thank all of those who attended and who participated in the planning and conduct of the reunion — — Bob Meyer, Bob Schlifke and Dave Ott. May God continue to bless each and every one of you and Valparaiso University. The meeting was called to order at 4: The minutes of the October Annual meeting, held in Sarasota, Florida prepared by Ken Bailey, were read and accepted. However, Bob stated that he intends to retire from editing the Good Cheer after one more issue. President Bruns recognized the current reunion committee and their contributions: The attendees thanked Gene Bruns for his leadership over the past two years.

Discussion then centered on ways to continue the camaraderie that has existed within the group considering the perpetual decrease in member participation and the financial risk of guarantees to the host hotel for group dinners, etc. It was suggested that an informal event be attempted between Labor Day and October 30, to be announced to those fraters who open the email announcing the publication of Good Cheer 76 on the fraternity website, www.

Wes Mader offered to seek arrangements with Marriott Hotels for favorable rates during that time period and Bob Meyer offered to send email notifications when necessary. Ultimately, a motion was introduced to: This motion was passed unanimously. Secondly, it was moved that: Thirdly, it was moved that: Fourthly, it was moved that: He is survived by his wife, Joanna, five daughters, ten grandchildren, two great-grandchildren, and two sisters.

Fourteen years ago, the Dollases made Sarasota their new home. In addition, he was strong Christian, participating and leading many committees as a member of the Lutheran Church in Syracuse and Sarasota.

All those who knew him greatly respected his brilliant perspective on many issues include his own. He is survived by his wife, June, daughter Traci, step-daughter Jeri, step-son James, six grandchildren, two great-grandchildren, a sister and many nieces, nephews and cousin. After graduating from Oconomowoc High School in , he attended Valpo, graduating in with a degree in Accounting. He served in the United States Navy for four years and then began his accounting career in the heath care industry, rising to Chief Financial Officer and eventually retired as a representative for Thrivent Financial.

His priorities centered on his Christian faith, family and fishing. He is survived by his wife, Marylou, two daughters and four grandchildren. After turning down an appointment to the United States Naval Academy, he enrolled at Valpo where he played basketball and earned a degree in Civil Engineering.

He owned and operated Barnekow Construction in Valparaiso, then Colorado and LasVegas until when he temporarily retired to be a yachtsman. During the Florida years, he lived his dreams by residing on his boat. He will always be remembered for his love of boats and the water. He is survived by his wife, Cindy, a son, a daughter, a brother and a sister. His hobbies and interests included the Indiana Dunes, golf, the Superstition Mountains, nature, playing the lottery and classic movies.

They have five children, eleven grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. He has two children, three grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. He is a retired Highway Engineer and was employed by the Federal Government. They have 2 children, two grandchildren and one great-grandchild. He retired as General Manager, Department of Information Services, City of Los Angeles after a long career in engineering and computer system management. His hobbies include golf, choral music, travel and boating.

He is a retired Environment Engineer and is active in fishing, travel and genealogy. He is a retired manager of East Ohio Gas.

Spends his time with golf, gardening, day trips and the grand-kids. They have one child and two grandchildren. He is a retired physical education teacher and is an active coach and enjoys fishing. They have two children.

He retired in after twenty-six years as business manager of a large law firm. Since then, he has been very active in painting with acrylics including treasurer of Manito Art League from to with over 80 dues paying members, over 90 artists entering their annual art show each year drawing over patrons who supported their scholarship program for art students.

Charles, MO , , dejlott sbcglobal. You are asked to circle the venue s in which you are interested in visiting on the Registration Form. We urge you to make your plans now so that we can determine our final obligations involving contractual arrangements.

Our activities begin and end at the Renaissance Hotel, N. Access to the hotel is from Pennsylvania St. This is a Marriott-connected hotel so if you have membership in their system you will be able to use it for this occasion.

If you are flying to Indianapolis, you should consider renting a car for the duration of your stay. While you may have your own discount arrangement, if you are a Costco member be sure to check out their rates, as well.

The airport is 40 miles from the hotel. Uber and Lyft operate to and from the airport, but we believe you are almost certain to save money by renting a car at the airport plus the advantage of having your own car available. There are so many activity opportunities, bus arrangements and their costs are not practical and The Renaissance does not provide shuttle service.

We expect many fraters to drive to the reunion from their midwestern homes. For others, we will do our best to help defray costs by providing options for carpooling for those who are flying to Indy. Please send you arrival and departure Airline-flight and time of arrival or departure to Dave Ott, dejlott sbcglobal.

We continue to encourage you to reach out and contact those fraters from your pledge class or those with whom you are especially interested in seeing and spending time to attend.

If you want contact info for other fraters, send request to Bob Meyer, valpotekes gmail. The Reunion Team is looking forward to a great Reunion and hope you will join us for the renewal of friendships and the opportunity to share stories of the many happy times together many years ago. In addition, there are many interesting places to visit and enjoy.

These are among the many opportunities for exploring in the Indianapolis area and nearby cities: On the first level, all 24 NCAA sports are represented and include a novice to historian trivial challenge, current team rankings, video highlights, and artifacts.

Also, a fully interactive floor to compete virtually and hands-on through sports simulators, a s retro gym, ski simulator, etc. Tour C -Henry Fonseca: The Art of Living at the Eiteljorg Museum.

Native American Paintings, ledger art, sketches and handwritten notes by significant contemporary native artist. Take an old-world gondola ride, rent a pedal boat, take a Segway tour, six restaurants with outdoor umbrella tables. Also, the Borg-Warner Trophy, five feet tall and pounds, historic memorabilia, bricks from the original track, helmets through the years and opportunity to get your photo sitting in a race car. Songbook Exhibit Gallery, Carmel Palladium.

Meet a legendary sports character every visit, hear their story of greatness. Tour J-1, J-2 or JFantastic Architecture in the city of Columbus , a modern architecture mecca with two tours with minimal walking. J-1, Architectural Highlights Bus Tour. See 40 structures and works of art. J-3 Downtown Walking Tour -See a variety of architectural styles from Victorian to iconic modern to contemporary including the interior of two buildings. Antique steam engines, machinery, soap making equipment, saw mill, corn shredding, broom making, threshing equipment.

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If you are not joining the Reunion this year, your dues to support this organization will be appreciated. They have a son, two daughters, 7 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren. Tiny got his nickname when he stepped into his Lemke Hall dorm room. He was shorter than the team average so became he team manager. He has sent four pages of remembrances that recall much of the AE history, activities, and pranks of the times which I will publish in future issues.

He is retired and is just taking it easy. Visits with his two children and four grandchildren. They have 3 daughters, 5 grandchildren and 2 great-grandsons. He is actively pursuing fly fishing, golf, travel and volunteer activities. He is a retired civil engineer and they have 2 children and 4 grandchildren.

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What are the hours of Curfew in the Village of Waunakee? It shall be unlawful for any juvenile under 16 years of age to be on foot, bicycle or in any type of vehicle on any public street, avenue, highway, road, alley, park, school grounds, swimming beach, cemetery, playground, public building or any other public place in the village between the hours of The fact that the juvenile, unaccompanied by parent, guardian or other person having legal custody, is found upon any such public place during the hours mentioned in this section shall be prima facie evidence that the juvenile is there unlawfully and that no reasonable excuse exists therefor.

It is unlawful for any transient merchant to engage in direct sales within the village without being registered and issued a permit.

The definition of transient merchant is as follows; Any individual who engages in the retail sale of merchandise at any place in this state temporarily, and who does not intend to become and does not become a permanent merchant of such place.

For purposes of this definition sale of merchandise includes a sale in which the personal services rendered upon or in connection with the merchandise constitutes the greatest part of value for the price received, but does not include a farm auction sale conducted by or for a resident farmer of personal property used on the farm, or the sale of produce or other perishable products at retail or wholesale by a resident of this state.

There are organizations such as charitable, non-profit organizations that may be exempt from having to obtain a permit. As a general rule, if you are being asked to make a charitable contribution ask for some proof of credentials, literature and the organizations mission etc. Persistent and aggressive attempts to solicit cash donations should be viewed with reasonable skepticism.

In any case if you have questions or concerns regarding people going door to door, please contact the Waunakee Police Department. The Waunakee Police Department has a med-drop box located in their lobby. The police department participates in a state-wide drug round up twice per year and the medications are safely and securely transported to an incinerator.

What can I do if I lock my keys in my car? The Waunakee Police Department will assist in unlocking your vehicle. You may contact the non-emergency number and an officer will come to your location in the Village of Waunakee. You will be asked to sign a damage waiver releasing the officer and the department from responsibility should any damage occur.

While our officers are usually successful in gaining entry to your vehicle, they are not trained lock-smiths. There is no charge for this service. Does the Waunakee Police Department allow Citizen ride-alongs? Individuals who are 18 years of age or older may fill out an application to do a citizen ride-along.

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The neighbor dog is constantly barking. What should we do? You may provide your name or remain anonymous. Officers will attempt to locate the barking dog and their owner. Typically, owners are warned that their barking dog is creating a nuisance in their neighborhood and they need to take corrective measures. I have a raccoon or opossum living under my deck and damaging our landscape.

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