26 February 2024

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Thomas A. Bauer

Thomas A. Bauer


Thomas A. “Tom” Bauer, 71, of Campbellsport, passed away on Friday, February 23, 2024, at Kathy Hospice in the Town of Polk. Tom was born on March 26, 1952, in West Bend, the son of the late Clement and Rita (nee Weyer) Bauer. Tom graduated from West Bend West High School in 1971. He was a special deputy with Washington County after graduation and attended Police Training at Fort McCoy after being hired by the Kewaskum Police Department in 1974. On May 12, 1978, he was united in marriage to Pamela Beisbier at St. Kilian Catholic Church in St. Kilian. Tom worked for the Kewaskum Police Department for 34 years as a Patrolman, DARE Officer, and Firearms Instructor. Tom enjoyed hunting, fishing, and trap shooting. He was a director for the Campbellsport Sportsman’s Club for many years. Those Tom leaves behind to cherish his memory include his wife, Pam; his son, Matthew; a brother, Donald (Lynda); two brothers-in-law, Robert Trester and Phillip (Kathie) Beisbier; a sister-in-law, Katherine (Eric) Lentz; as well as many nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends. In addition to his parents and grandparents, Tom was preceded in death by a sister, Margaret Trester; an infant brother, Joseph; his parents-in-law, Byron and Beulah Beisbier; and a sister-in-law, Angela Beisbier. CELEBRATION OF LIFE: A celebration of life for Tom will be held at the Myrhum – Patten Funeral Home, 215 Forest Avenue, in Kewaskum on Wednesday, February 28, 2024, from 2 p.m. until 4 p.m. The family would like to extend a heartfelt appreciation to the staff at Kathy Hospice for the wonderful care they provided to Tom and his family. The Myrhum - Patten Funeral & Cremation Service has been entrusted with Tom's arrangements. Additional information and guest book may be found at www.myrhum-patten.com.
21 February 2024

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RURAL WRITES

RURAL WRITES


| RURAL WRITES | G.A. SCHEINOHA CONTRIBUTOR No telling what stock some folks put into a means of predicting an upcoming season. Many go by nature itself. For example, they watch squirrels, super busy collecting a nut stash for colder days. If they see caterpillars have thrown on an extra mink or bears are looking a sight heavier, it’s gonna be a harsh one. Who’s inclined to get close

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C.H.S. January Students of the Month

C.H.S. January Students of the Month


C.H.S. January Students of the Month CAMPBELLSPORT SCHOOL DISTRICT Congratulations to Lorelei Walker, Molly Gilles and Kaden Beck Sabish for being selected as Campbellsport High School “Students of the Month” in January. Lorelei Walker “The Spanish Department would like to congratulate Lorelei Walker for being our January Student of the Month! Lorelei is currently in Spanish II this

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SSM Health Greater Fond du Lac Supporting  Fond du Lac County United Way Program

SSM Health Greater Fond du Lac Supporting Fond du Lac County United Way Program


SSM Health Greater Fond du Lac Supporting Fond du Lac County United Way Program SSM Health Greater Fond du Lac is giving $6,000 to the Fond du Lac County United Way to help support its Ride United program. Ride United was established in 2018 to support United Ways and 211s in reducing transportation barriers to help people in need across the United States. It can help individuals secure transportation