Kendall Love Lights list

The Kendall Public Library recently sold Love Lights as a fundraiser:

In memory of …

• Alois and Mary Arzt from John and Karen Arzt

• Jim Arzt from John and Karen Arzt

• Oswald and Marie Arzt from John and Karen Arzt

• Russell and Glenys Bolden from Thomas and Julie Bolden and Family

• Elmer and Cecilia Bradley from Carol and Everett Bradley

• Tony Bradley from Rita Kranz

• Bob Brandau from Alice Brandau

• Dan Brandenburg from Stan and Ruth Zellmer

• Bob Bunk from Dianne Bunk

• Les Dana from Sally Dana

• Marjorie Dana from Sally Dana

• Donna Vlasak Downing from Lowell and Arlys Zellmer

• Scott Dwyer from Mike and Bea Dwyer

• David Fauska from Darlene Martalock

• David Fauska from Sally Dana and Lynette Vlasak

• Melvin and Marion Fauska from Darlene Martalock

• Jerelyn Zellmer Felt from Lowell and Arlys Zellmer

• Jerelyn Zellmer Felt from Stan and Ruth Zellmer

• Jim Finn from Ben and Charissa Finn

• Becky Haney from the Sit ‘n Knits

• Logan Henthorne from Stan and Ruth Zellmer

• Logan Henthorne from Sally Dana and Lynette Vlasak

• Joe Herrewig from Lynette Vlasak and Sally Dana

• Rhonda Vlasak Hunter from Lowell and Arlys Zellmer

• Tom Kranz from Rita Kranz

• Ed Laznicka from Lynette Vlasak and Sally Dana

• Bob Mahr from Lynette Vlasak and Sally Dana

• Frank Martalock from Darlene Martalock

• Jeff Martalock from Darlene Martalock

• Sharron Neitzel from Lynette Vlasak and Sally Dana

• Freddie Neumann from Stan and Ruth Zellmer

• Norman and Patricia Neumann from Stan and Ruth Zellmer

• Rose Parrish from Terry and Linda Parrish

• Willard Parrish from Terry and Linda Parrish

• Debbie Popp from Dianne Bunk

• Mary Schauer Preuss from Lowell and Arlys Zellmer

• Sartori family from Joan and Jim Sartori

• Sheridan family from Joan and Jim Sartori

• Raymond Saxby from Sharon Saxby

• Jim Schauer from Lowell and Arlys Zellmer

• Don and Alice Schmidt from Elaine Woodard

• Richard “Dick” Schmidt from Elaine Woodard

• Allen Scholze from Dianne Bunk

• Ben Scholze from Dianne Bunk

• Marcella Scholze from Dianne Bunk

• Alfred and Elora Scott from Carol and Everett Bradley

• Ernest Siekert from Sharon Saxby

• Linda Siekert from Sharon Saxby

• Irene Smith from Lowell and Arlys Zellmer

• Irene Smith from Stan and Ruth Zellmer

• Kay Steinbrink from Dianne Bunk

• Barry Thomas from April and Jan Van Rens

• Frank and Evelyn Vlasak from Lynette Vlasak

• Michael Willett from Charissa Finn

• Boyd (Bud) Woodard from Elaine Woodard

• Dale Woodard from Elaine Woodard

• Glen Woodard from Elaine Woodard

• Ed and Dorothy Zellmer from Stan and Ruth Zellmer

• August Zuhlke from Sharon Saxby

• LaVern Zuhlke from Sharon Saxby

• Ruben Zuhlke from Sharon Saxby

• Tillie Zuhlke from Sharon Saxby

In honor of …

• Alrita Benish from Lynette Vlasak and Sally Dana

• Norma Bernhardt in honor of her 96th birthday from Lynette Vlasak

• Carol Dasse from Lowell and Arlys Zellmer

• Kendall Public Library from friends of the Kendall Library

• Vicky Ludeking from your friends at the Kendall Library

• Beverly Matteson from your friends at The Ranch

• Gail “Face Mask Maker” Schoenfeld from the Kendall Library

• Joyce Thonesen from her Movie Night “Popcorn” Fans

• Esther Vlasak from Arlys and Lowell Zellmer

• Jane Vlasak from Arlys and Lowell Zellmer

• Ken and Arlene Vlasak from Arlys and Lowell Zellmer

• Marcella Vlasak from Arlys and Lowell Zellmer

• Sylvia Woodard from her Movie Night “Butter” Fans      

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