Peninsula Pulse Jan 6-13, 2023

In this issue

  • Obituary: Catherine Helen (Tomaszewski) Mazurek

    October 26, 1949 ~ December 25, 2022 Catherine Helen Mazurek, 73, of Baileys Harbor, WI died on Sunday, December 25, 2022 at Aurora BayCare Medical Center in Green Bay. She was born October 26, 1949 in Chicago, daughter of the late Walter Chester and Evelyn Anna (Gralewski) Tomaszewski. Cathy married Lawrence Mazurek of Chicago in […]

  • Letter to the Editor: Lions Serve with Vision Screening

    In cooperation with the Door County Public Health and Human Services Department, the six Lions Clubs of Door County screened school children this fall for vision problems. We screened 1,823 students with standard eye charts and 453 with an automated photorefractor. Of this total, 149 students were referred for professional examination. I want to thank […]

  • Letter to the Editor: Vigilante Vandalism in Sturgeon Bay?

    At approximately 10:30 am on Dec. 23, we parked our bright blue Colorado truck to the right of the front door of Tadych’s MarketPlace on 14th Avenue in Sturgeon Bay. We came out of the store at 11 am. During that half hour, someone had taken a small object and punched a hole in the […]

  • Letter to the Editor: Verification of Liquid Manure Spreading Quantities Is Needed

    A Kewaunee County CAFO owner, manure hauler and crop/agronomist consultant were recently criminally charged by the Wisconsin Department of Justice and Department of Natural Resources after investigating a case of severe overspreading of liquid manure on land, which eventually entered Lake Michigan. This manure reportedly contained large amounts of E. coli. The Kewaunee County Board, […]

  • Letter to the Editor: Remember Which Candidate You Voted For

    For those who voted to reelect Sen. Ron Johnson, when the new Sister Bay/Liberty Grove fire truck saves your house, barn, business or life – or that of a friend, neighbor or family member – just remember that Johnson voted against the bill that paid for the truck, calling it “an abomination.” Unfortunately, you have […]

  • Conference to Address Bird Conservation

    Bringing Birds Back, a statewide conference, is in the works to explore how we can all help to bring back some of the 3 billion birds that our continent has lost since 1970.  The Wisconsin Bird Conservation Partnership, Bird City Wisconsin and the Wisconsin Society for Ornithology are planning the conference for March 24-25 at […]

  • Business Works to Reduce Environmental Impact

    Peninsula Painting has announced plans to upgrade its entire fleet of vehicles with electric work vans. Since the company began in 2005, it has been working to reduce its environmental impact by improving its materials recycling program, reducing waste and using 0% VOC paints.

  • Enrollment Open for Ridges Forest School

    The Ridges Sanctuary in Baileys Harbor has opened enrollment for the spring semester of its Ridges Forest School, offered Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 9-11:30 am.  The program is designed for homeschooled students ages 5-8 who enjoy outdoor, hands-on learning. They will hike through and learn from diverse ecosystems, write in journals, and make personal connections […]

  • DCHS Featured Pet: Yoyo

    Meet Yoyo! This fluffy feline is 6 years old and available for adoption at the Wisconsin Humane Society (WHS) Door County Campus. He’s an incredibly handsome cat with beautiful green eyes and a super soft coat. Like all cats at WHS, Yoyo ( has been neutered, vaccinated and microchipped, and he goes home with a […]

  • League of Women Voters Discusses Wisconsin’s Conservation Legacy

    The League of Women Voters of Door County is cosponsoring a virtual program, “Imbalance of Power: How Shifts in State Government Undermine Wisconsin’s Conservation Legacy,” on Jan. 10, 6:30 pm.   The Leagues of the La Crosse Area and the Greater Chippewa Valley developed the program, and 16 other local Leagues, including Door County, are cosponsors.  […]

  • League of Women Voters Hosts Lively Issues Event

    The League of Women Voters of Door County will host a discussion of local issues Thursday, Jan. 12, 4:30-6:30 pm, at the Bertschinger Community Center, 7860 Hwy 42 in Egg Harbor. The meeting will begin the process of planning a program for the next League year. Topics will be considered in the context of League […]

  • Door County League of Women Voters Taking Candidate Forum Requests

    The Door County League of Women Voters is taking forum requests until Jan. 20 for seats that are contested in the nonpartisan spring 2023 races for seats in towns, villages, the city and school boards.  Any candidate, nonpartisan group or individual citizen may request a forum. The League will then proceed if the position is […]

  • Record-High State Surplus Recorded in Wisconsin

    Gov. Tony Evers announced last week that for the third consecutive year, the state’s General Fund recorded a positive balance at the end of the 2021-22 fiscal year, increasing by nearly 300% from a positive balance of $1.2 billion at the end of the 2020-21 fiscal year to a new record high of $4.6 billion […]

  • State, Federal Dollars Going to Door-Tran and Sunshine House

    Door-Tran and Sunshine House, both located in Door County, are two of the 44 agencies that will receive more than $5 million in state and federal funds distributed by Gov. Tony Evers. The funding is going to transportation services for seniors and individuals with disabilities in rural areas of Wisconsin. Sunshine House will receive $103,788 […]

  • Public-Transit Ridership on the Rise in Door County

    Ridership is on the rise – “significantly,” said Pam Busch, director of the County of Door’s public-transit service, while giving her December report to the county’s Administrative Committee. The service includes Door 2 Door Rides (D2D), a shared-ride taxi service for the whole county; and Door County Connect (DCC), which provides rides Monday-Friday throughout the […]

  • Aging Happily

    Program tackles the depression, loneliness and anxieties of an aging population “We are here to help people understand that it’s not normal to feel depressed. It’s possible to have quality of life and improve quality of life at any age.” — Lauren Daoust, Director, Senior Life Solutions About 15% of adults older than 60 deal […]

  • Broadband Survey Impacts Local Project Funding

    The FiberNet Door County Broadband Project is urging community members to visit the new Federal Communications Commission’s national broadband map by Jan. 13 to make sure it accurately reflects the internet access that’s available at area homes and businesses. If areas are incorrectly finalized as having access that they do not actually have, it could […]

  • Heads Up On High Nitrates, Casco

    On Jan. 11, 5 pm, the Kewaunee County Land and Water Conservation Committee will meet at the Expo Hall at the Kewaunee County Fairgrounds, 625 3rd St. in Luxemburg. Immediately after the meeting, Kewaunee County residents will gather to discuss their private well-water test results. The test results are from the continuing, comprehensive study of […]

  • Attorneys Settle STR Issue in Sevastopol

    The Town of Sevastopol had intended to hold a public hearing regarding a short-term-rental (STR) property that “has created some difficulties for the town and surrounding residents,” according to Dan Woelfel, Sevastopol chair, during the town board’s Dec. 19 meeting. The town had scheduled a public hearing for Jan. 10 to provide information and hear […]

  • Sister Bay Marina Committee Charts New Course on Rentals

    Sister Bay’s boat-rental operators will likely be sticking around for a while after the village’s Marina Committee heard from a roomful of supporters during a Dec. 14 public hearing.  More than a dozen attendees spoke up in support of the opportunities the commercial vendors provide. Several noted that it’s the only way they get on […]

  • Nasewaupee Files Suit for Water Access off Elms Road

    The Town of Nasewaupee filed a civil complaint Dec. 12 in Door County Circuit Court seeking an injunction for access to the bay of Green Bay off of Elms Road, which is accessed from County M. The complaint – which names Clarice L.M. Jacobsen of 4143 Elms Road; Brian J. Jacobsen of Prospect Heights, Illinois; […]

  • Washington Island Fire Department Calls for Mutual Aid

    It doesn’t happen often, but occasionally the Washington Island Fire Department calls for mutual aid, and the Washington Island Ferry – always on call for emergencies – responds.  That call went out around 8:30 am on Jan. 3, with the Madonna ferrying 16 crew members and equipment from four mainland fire departments – Baileys Harbor, Ephraim, […]

  • Public Hearing Planned on Proposed S&S Jerseyland Dairy Expansion

    The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is planning a public hearing for Feb. 7, 10 am, via Zoom on the permit-renewal application from the Forestville-based S&S Jerseyland Dairy, which is seeking to expand its operation, said James Salscheider, a DNR agricultural runoff management specialist. S&S Jerseyland Dairy is a large-scale farming operation known as […]

  • Using Tourism Dollars to Build Better Communities

    April 6 is the first deadline for a new quarterly grant program designed for local projects and funded with $1.8 million If you live or work in Door County, you’ve heard many times that “tourism exists to make our lives better” and “tourism works for us.” If it weren’t for tourism dollars, the mantra goes, […]

  • New Wall in Baileys Harbor

    The stone wall along Highway 57 in front of Stella Maris Catholic Church and Chives Door County in Baileys Harbor is getting a facelift.  During the last week in December, Baileys Harbor contractor Franke Masonry Construction started work on a concrete retaining wall, according to deacon and Stella Maris business administrator Tony Abts. The goal […]

  • A Taste of Broadway in Egg Harbor

    The songs of Wicked, Heathers, Mean Girls and more will come to Egg Harbor on Jan. 14, 7 pm, in the form of Broadway with a Twist: A Cabaret. The event from Northern Door Pride features the talents of Logan Thomas, Owen Alabado, Branden Bogenschutz, Zephyr Ciesar, Abby Duebler and pianist Kate Hussey in a […]

  • Adult Dance Classes at Studio234

    Studio234 is hosting guest instructor Amanda List for two adult (18 and older) dance-class series. Both will be held on Monday nights, 7-8 pm. Lyrical Dance is set for Jan. 16-30, and Sexy Chair Dance will take place Feb. 13-27.  Classes are designed for all abilities and will consist of warming up, learning skills and […]

  • Parenting Corner: Calming Public Tantrums

    by KAREN COREKIN-DELAMER, Education and Community Relations Coordinator, Northern Door Children’s Center Dear Karen, My 30-month-old daughter has always been very well behaved in public. She goes everywhere with us, and she has never been disruptive – until this changed a few months ago.  We were doing our weekly grocery run at the local big box, […]

  • Film Showed at Kress Pavilion Discusses Role of Caregiver

    United Way of Door County will present the award-winning movie Coming Up for Air on Jan. 19 at the Kress Pavilion. The film focuses on the key role that caregivers play in promoting family wellness. Through this story of a single mother whose college-aged son unexpectedly begins to experience mental illness, audiences go on a […]

  • DCA Starts Winter Season with “Gratitude Revealed”

    Door Community Auditorium (DCA) is kicking off its 2023 winter season with a free screening of Gratitude Revealed – a film by Louis Schwartzberg, the director of Fantastic Fungi – on Jan. 7, 7 pm. Schwartzberg has dedicated his life to making films that celebrate life and the human spirit. His parents, who were both Holocaust survivors, appreciated […]

  • Fusty Turns Fresh and Fun in Christie-like Whodunit

    by MIKE ORLOCK Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery (PG-13), currently in select theaters but also streaming on Netflix, is more than the customary sequel that inevitably follows a hit movie. It plays like the next chapter in an ongoing franchise that promises to bring us the further adventures of master sleuth Benoit Blanc, showcasing […]

  • WINE TRAILS: Lautenbach’s Orchard Country: Local Fruit, Local Flavors

    by JIM SCHNAEDTER Jim Schnaedter describes himself as a wine appreciator, but not an expert. “I love drinking it, pouring it, talking about it and writing about it, but the more I do of each, the more I learn of what I don’t know about it.” He sets out to discover Door County wines and […]

  • Back in the Saddle

    Spring Classic registration is now open Do you need motivation to pull you through the slush of winter? Then think about getting back in the saddle for the Peninsula Century Spring Classic bicycle ride on Saturday, June 17.  The ride from the Peninsula Pacers returns to Baileys Harbor with routes of 25, 50, 62 and […]

  • Bryophytes: Small Plants with a Big Impact

    Though you may not know what bryophytes are, you’ve almost certainly seen them if you’ve spent time outside in Door County. Bryophytes – according to Keir Wefferling, UW-Green Bay’s herbarium curator and an assistant biology professor – are plants that don’t have tracheids, or specialized water-conducting vessels. Without tracheids, plants can’t get very tall. “[Bryophytes] are […]

  • Open Door Pride, Cherry Lanes Host Mixer

    Open Door Pride and Cherry Lanes Arcade Bar are cohosting their first Fun Night Pride mixer of 2023 on Jan. 17, 6-9 pm. This free event – with games aplenty – is open to all ages. Meet Open Door Pride members, and learn about how the organization’s mission to affirm and celebrate diversity in Door County […]

  • Hip-Hop Industry Night

    Twelve Eleven wine bar is celebrating the people who keep the service industry humming Jan. 17, starting at 6 pm, through a special collaboration with Sway beer. The wine bar at 10339 N. Hwy 57 in Sister Bay will host a ’90s hip-hop industry night, with DJ Trent Magik spinning records while attendees dance and […]

  • Marina Committee Charts New Course on Rentals in Sister Bay

    EDITOR’S NOTE: An earlier version of this article included the wrong date for the next meeting of the Sister Bay Marina Committee. It will be held Jan. 11 at 4 pm. Sister Bay’s boat-rental operators will likely be sticking around for a while after the village’s Marina Committee heard from a roomful of supporters during […]

  • Dinner, Bluegrass at White Gull Inn

    Wisconsin-based Third Coast Bluegrass – a new band made of longtime friends and musical cohorts with roots in the Great Lakes bluegrass scene going back to the 1970s – will be featured in concert at the White Gull Inn on Jan. 11. The band comprises Marc Edelstein, bass and vocals; Ken Finkel, banjo and vocals; Peter […]

  • Reading Features Three Poets

    The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Door County will feature three poets during its next Dickinson Poetry Series. Cathryn Cofell, Bruce Dethlefsen and C. Kubasta will share their work Jan. 11, 7 pm. Cofell is an Appleton poet with two full-length collections, including Stick Figure With Skirt, winner of the Main Street Rag Poetry Award; as […]

  • Switchback Delivers Celtic and Americana

    Music fans will take in a mix of original and traditional Irish music from the duo Switchback during the next installment of the Art of Music winter concert series Friday, Jan. 13, 7 pm, at the Kress Pavilion.  Brian Fitzgerald and Martin McCormack have been playing their brand of eclectic Celtic and Americana music for […]

  • Storytelling Night at Dörr Hotel

    The Dörr Hotel is hosting an evening of storytelling with author Julie Lokun on Jan. 12, 6 pm.  She’ll share snippets from the book she’s collaborating on with her father, George Drost; and author and editor Nicki Pascarella.   Inspired by her late grandfather’s memoirs, I Am John – to be released this coming summer – is a […]

  • DC Published Author Collective: Patsy Buell Stierna

    Patsy Buell Stierna always dreamed of being a writer. After two master’s degrees and 36 years of teaching in Minnesota, she retired to Door County with her husband in 2007 and studied writing through seminars at The Clearing, Björklunden and Write On, Door County. Stierna has now published her first book, Visions from Two Continents: […]

  • ALUMNI PROFILE: Stacie Haen-Darden returns to Turkey as a Fulbright Scholar

    When Sevastopol High School alumna Stacie Haen-Darden spent her senior year of high school in Turkey through the Rotary Youth Exchange Program, it changed her life, as the program so often does. But boarding the plane at age 17 – before the internet existed and before phone calls home required just a few taps on […]

  • Kaleidoscopes on Display at Ladybug Glass

    To start off the new year, Ladybug Glass is bringing back a fun item: kaleidoscopes! Stop by Ladybug Glass Studio & Gallery, 219 Steele St. in Algoma, on Jan. 6, 4-7 pm, and Jan. 7, 10 am – 4 pm, as part of First Friday in Algoma to enjoy the kaleidoscopes, refreshments and conversation. The […]

  • The View from Above: Dan Anderson discovers drone photography

    Technology has sent photographers scrambling throughout the past decade. These days, nearly everyone has a powerful camera in their pocket at all times, so those who make a profession out of taking pictures have had to find new ways to separate themselves from the amateurs.  One of Door County’s leading photographic eyes is no different. […]

  • Pulse of Philanthropy: We Cannot Allow Lines to Become Walls

    by BRET BICOY, President and CEO, Door County Community Foundation  In his recent Peninsula Pulse article “Where Is the Line? Defining Northern Door,” my friend Myles Dannhausen Jr. asked a wide range of people to draw the line that separates the greater Sturgeon Bay area of central Door County from what we refer to as […]

  • Wild Things: Same Old Story in a New Year?

    Challenge yourself to be better in 2023 by KEVIN NAZE, [email protected], Peninsula Pulse contributor New Year’s resolutions are made to be broken, or so it would seem. But while those plans, pledges and promises may not last forever, setting some goals for 2023 is a step in the right direction if we’re aiming to be […]

  • Meet the Hal Prize Winners: Brandon Lewis, nonfiction

    Released at Thanksgiving, 8142 Review Vol. 2 – the Peninsula Pulse’s literary magazine – contains the 37 best pieces of fiction, nonfiction, poetry and photography out of the 686 submissions received for the 2022 Hal Prize. The submitting writers, poets and photographers are of all ages and from all over the United States, such as nonfiction winner […]

  • Broadband Survey Impacts Local Project Funding

    The FiberNet Door County Broadband Project is urging community members to visit the new Federal Communications Commission’s national broadband map by Jan. 13 to make sure it accurately reflects the internet access that’s available at area homes and businesses. If areas are incorrectly finalized as having access that they do not actually have, it could […]

  • Dahl and Mulvey in One-Night Show at TAP

    Katie Dahl and Peter Mulvey are teaming up for a one-night-only concert at Third Avenue PlayWorks (TAP) on Jan. 6, 7:30 pm.  Dahl is a singer-songwriter and playwright whose work is as expansive as Lake Michigan and as deeply rooted as its coastal bluffs. She is a radio-charting folk artist who tours the world. Mulvey […]

  • Obituary: M. Patricia Smith

    September 14, 1928 ~ December, 25 2022 Patricia Smith, 94, died at St. Agnes Hospital in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin on December 25, 2022. She was born September 14, 1928, in Lansing, Michigan to Michael and Edna O’Connor. She married Robert J. Smith on January 1, 1949. He preceded her in death on November 10, […]

  • New Board Members for Peninsula Players

    Peninsula Players Theatre has appointed Sarah Bonovich and Greg Wait to its board of directors for three-year terms.  Bonovich resides in Door County with her family and is a property manager at Doneff Companies, focusing primarily on multifamily housing. She also serves on the board of the Friends of Gibraltar.  Wait is a partner with […]

  • Peninsula Music Festival Volunteers Make a Big Difference

    by LINDA WEISENSEL, President, Sustaining Committee When 70-plus musicians arrive at Door Community Auditorium in August to present the Peninsula Music Festival’s (PMF) Symphony Series, there will be a group of dedicated, hardworking volunteers from the Peninsula Music Festival’s Sustaining Committee (PMFSC) ready to support them every step of the way.  This special committee is […]

  • Obituary: Mary Ann Blahnik

    September 11, 1940 ~ December 30th, 2022 Mary Ann Blahnik, 82, of Fish Creek died suddenly on December 30th, 2022.  The heart that she so readily shared with so many ultimately wore out.  She slipped into the restorative embrace of Jesus after a blessedly brief cardiac-related illness. Mary Ann was born in Fish Creek on September […]

  • Maritime Museum Readies Displays at Maritime Tower

    Lit in green and red for the holidays, the Jim Kress Maritime Lighthouse Tower at the Door County Maritime Museum in Sturgeon Bay has been looking good this month on the outside.  Inside, it’s also looking good following the completion of the fifth floor’s Shipbuilding exhibit. During the two weeks before Christmas, installers from Southern […]

  • A Year of Transition for the County’s Art Economy

    Arts sales in Door County took a dip this year, but artists and gallery owners expected that after the post-COVID enthusiasm of 2021. “It was busier than we expected it to be,” said J.R. Jarosh of Edgewood Orchard Galleries in Fish Creek. “Last year was probably everybody’s busiest year ever, so we expected it would […]

  • Dennis Connolly’s Windows to the Soul

    When Dennis Connolly was a kid and his five uncles on his dad’s side came over to visit, they would all playfully beat each other up. “That was their way of showing love,” Connolly said – but he didn’t necessarily want to be the object of that sort of affection. So he used an unconventional […]

  • Obituary: Darrell James DeMeuse

    July 5, 1944 ~ December 31, 2022 Darrell James DeMeuse, 78, of the Town of Sevastopol, died Saturday night, December 31, 2022 with family at his side. He was born July 5, 1944 at the (former) Dorchester Hospital in Sturgeon Bay, the son of Fred “Fritz” Gustave DeMeuse and Verna Marie (Rex) DeMeuse. Darrell grew […]

  • Obituary: Margaret “Marge” Mary Cigler

    September 11, 1949 ~ January 1, 2023 Margaret “Marge” Mary Cigler, 73, of Sturgeon Bay, died peacefully at Algoma Long Term Care on Sunday, January 1, 2023. She was born September 11, 1949 in Sturgeon Bay, daughter of the late Alvin Herman and Shirley Ann (Vertz) Wehausen. Marge graduated from Sturgeon Bay High School with […]

  • Obituary: John R. Van Dreese

    June 20, 1938 ~ December 27, 2022 Longtime Sturgeon Bay businessman, John Robert Van Dreese, 84 years, died Tuesday morning, December 27, 2022. He was born June 20, 1938 in Sturgeon Bay, the son of the late Robert and Myrtle (Peterson) Van Dreese. John graduated from Sturgeon Bay High School in 1957 where he was a standout […]

  • Obituary: Beverley “Bev” Ellen Cook

    December 20, 2022 Beverley “Bev” Cook (nee Foss), age 92, formerly of Washington Island, WI and Sturgeon Bay, WI and Naples FL, died on Tuesday, December 20, 2022 at Joanne’s House of Hope Hospice in Bonita Springs, FL. She was born and raised on Washington Island and raised and raised there along with her three […]

  • Obituary: Miguel Angel Sanchez

    November 25, 1980 ~ December 27, 2022 Miguel Angel Sanchez, 42, Sturgeon Bay died unexpectedly, Tuesday, December 27, 2022. He was born November 25, 1980, in Honduras to Cupertino and Maria (Sanchez) Hernandez. He married Rosa Escalon in Honduras on October 10, 2005. The couple moved to the United States and then to Sturgeon Bay four years […]

  • Obituary: William M. Welter

    William Michael Welter, born November 18, 1944, in Evanston, IL to Frances and Roy Welter. Raised in Evanston throughout his childhood, Bill’s parents were devout members of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church.  He sang in the boys’ choir and graduated from Evanston Township High School in 1962. Bill graduated Cum Laude from Missouri Valley College in […]

  • Obituary: Sheila A. Wills

    April 23, 1958 ~ December 26, 2022 Sheila Ann Wills, 64, of Sturgeon Bay, died on Dec. 26, 2022, at her home.  She was born April 23, 1958, in Huntington, West Virginia to Carl and Bethel Grant.  On August 25, 2002, she married Brian J. Wills in Chicago.  Sheila worked as a snowplow driver for […]

  • Obituary: William “Bill” A. Guenther

    April 12, 1947 – December 4, 2022 William “Bill” Guenther, 75, died unexpectedly at his home in Racine. Bill was a graduate of Milton College and furthered his education at the University of Denver in the area of hotel and restaurant management. During his college years Bill worked summers at the Anderson Hotel in Ephraim […]

  • Obituary: Phebe Vance

    July 27, 1944 ~ December 26, 2022 Phebe Vance, 78, of Washington Island, died peacefully on Monday, December 26, 2022. She was born July 27, 1944 in Boston, Massachusetts, daughter of the late Lewis Alexander and Jane (Kelley) Vance. After graduating from Corcord Academy, Phebe attended Caroll College, where she graduated with her master’s degree […]

  • Obituary: Robert J. Schartner

    April 24, 1935 ~ December 28, 2022 Robert “Bob” J. Schartner, 87 of Little Harbor in the Town of Sevastopol, died Wednesday morning, December 28, 2022 at Cardinal Ridge in Sturgeon Bay. Bob was born April 24, 1935 to the late Louis Ludwig and Laura Mary (Haberli) Schartner in Sturgeon Bay. He graduated from Sevastopol […]

  • Obituary: Beverly Mae Stoll

    1925 ~ 2022 Beverly Stoll, 97, of Sturgeon Bay, WI and formerly of New Berlin, died on Dec. 8, 2022, in Sturgeon Bay.  She was born in 1925, in Chicago to Ervin and Esther (Magritz) Joost.  On March 9, 1946, she married Richard Stoll, he preceded her in death. Beverly and her husband lived most of their […]

  • Obituary: Annelise Dolores Hinnenthal

    January 4, 1931 ~ December 17, 2022 Annelise D. Hinnenthal died on December 17, 2022 at the Pete and Jelaine Horton Skilled Nursing Care Center in Sturgeon Bay. Annelise was born in Northfield, MN on January 4, 1931, to the late Jens Christian and Else (Kristiansen) Jensen. At six months old the family to move […]

  • Obituary: Genevieve (Anderson) Moore

    September 11, 1920 ~ December 26, 2022 Genevieve Moore, 102, of Sturgeon Bay, died peacefully on Monday, December 26, 2022 at Sturgeon Bay Health Services. She was born September 11, 1920 in Sturgeon Bay, daughter of the late James and Mathilda (Will) Anderson. Genevieve graduated from Sturgeon Bay High School with the Class of 1938. […]