Archive for: May, 2013

Trustee must resign before first meeting

Attorney: EMS chief role conflicts with spot on Village Board By Vicky Wedig Editor A Darien Village Board trustee elected in April had to resign before his first meeting. The board Friday accepted the resignation of Robert Krueger, 27, chief of Darien’s Emergency Medical Services Department. Krueger was advised to […]

 
 

SHON M. GIOIELLI

  Shon M. Gioielli, 22, of East Troy, died April 30, 2013 in East Troy.       He was born on May 23, 1990 to Steven and Kimberly Lasher Gioielli.       Survivors include his daughter Maya of Burlington, father Steven Gioielli of Elkhorn, sister Kala Gioielli of East Troy, stepbrother Josh […]

 
 

Long-time Our Redeemer teacher to retire

Long-time Our Redeemer teacher to retire

Kindergarten mainstay will be first retiree in school’s 29-year history By Michael S. Hoey Correspondent The members of Our Redeemer Lutheran Church decided it was time to build a school in 1983. Judy Becker was one of those members and then a substitute teacher in the school’s first year. She […]

 
 

ROBERT H. MAY

Robert H. May, 85, of Lake Geneva, died April 29, 2013. Services were May 3, at St. Francis de Sales Catholic Church, Lake Geneva. Steinke Funeral Home and Cremation is assisting the family.

 
 

UWW students awarded over $500K from Fund for Wisconsin Scholars

UWW students awarded over $500K from Fund for Wisconsin Scholars

By Tom Ganser Correspondent More than 50 recipients of Fund for Wisconsin Scholars grants from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater were treated to a sit-down luncheon April 12 where the real dessert for the meal was a chance to hear from and meet John P. and Tashia F. Morgridge. In 2007 […]

 
 

Closing a chapter of public service

Closing a chapter of public service

Loesch says goodbye after 16 years as village president By Vanessa Lenz SLN Staff Former village president Bill Loesch saw Monday night’s village board meeting from a new perspective ­– the audience. The longtime public servant was keeping good on a promise he made to keep his eye on local […]