Scott Heins, his daughter, Grace, and a niece travelled 4,317 miles on their camping trip through Alabama, Louisiana, and Texas in June.
Scott Heins’ son, Nate, graduated from Waukesha County Technical College in August with a technical diploma as an industrial maintenance technician. (Sorry, no picture available).
Mike Kellen’s son, Noah’s Elmbrook Little League all-star team were District 1 champions and finished as runner up in the Juniors Wisconsin Little League tournament.
His son, Caleb’s IM division team, the Mets (also sponsored by IAG), first as regular season champs for Elmbrook Little League.
Anne Sapienza had her first competition on Zeke (Nutcracker’s Shooting Star) at the Oshkosh Charity Horse show and placed 1st in 3-Gaited County Pleasure English Saddleseat.
Anne attended the EAA fly-in this year with family visiting from Georgia. Her cousin, Jacob is one of the rare (young) individuals who can repair and restore airplanes ranging from vintage pre-WWII era through today. Jacob and his wife Taylor along with their 7month old daughter Valley made it a 3rd generation trip and carrying on the tradition of Jacob’s parents taking him to his first EAA fly in when he was a few months old. Anne loved tagging along with her aunt & uncle and cousins when she was a child and is excited to continue to tag along and keep their tradition alive.
Cheryl Tesch’s husband, Joel retired from Quad Graphics and will enjoy life as a full-time farmer on their 80-acre hobby farm. Cheryl has always joked that it is more of a full-time job than a hobby. In addition to raising beef steers, Joel rents additional land for cash cropping soybeans, corn, wheat, and alfalfa. The farm has been in Joel’s family since the early 1900’s.