Fett, Wautier Become Southern Door Hall of Famers

The Southern Door County School District will hold its eighth annual Alumni Hall of Fame ceremony Oct. 15 to honor Stewart Fett (Class of 1972) and Jim Wautier (Class of 1977) as Southern Door graduates who have made significant contributions in their careers and community and therefore serve as outstanding role models.

Fett earned an associate degree in accounting from NWTC. After nine years as an electrician at Bay Shipbuilding, he became an electrical planner and foreman for an East Coast shipbuilding firm, then returned to Bay Shipbuilding, where he advanced innovation in the marine industry by inventing shipboard electronic systems that are still in use today. He started his own business, TNS Marine Services, in 2019. Fett has also been of service to many community organizations.

Stewart Fett
Stewart Fett. Submitted.

Wautier has dedicated his career to Church-Site Farm, a small family farm that has been passed through the generations for more than a century. He serves as an ambassador for promoting the culture and importance of farm life and explaining farming trends. The Wautier farm is known statewide and nationally for its quality of breeding and registered animals. In 2017, Church-Site Farm received the Century Award for 100 years at the Wisconsin State Fair, and in 2018, Wautier and his wife, Penny, were named Wisconsin Outstanding Young Farmers of the Year.

Jim Wautier
Jim Wautier. Submitted.