Ann M. Lee Kathleen M. Fulmer Jeffrey J. Williams Barbara S. Gohlke Catherine “Cathy” R. Vander Werff Jacob Daniel Morgan Charles William Page James (Jim) T. Amend Douglas E. Allds, Sr. Claire Raymond (Shorty) Robson Diane D. Lentz Connie L. Corcoran Margaret J. Hebel Eric P. Syftestad James Patrick Curtis Gary Catlin Dorothy M. Pfaff Victor W. Mayer Dolores Zornow
Mary E. Carlson Esther T. Prochot Matthew J. “Jim” Dushek Patricia May Rodell Randy Scott Hobson Thomas Michael Saager Margaret M. Bracewell Dolores Zornow Madge A. Lohr Judy A. Steinhaus Lorena J. McElroy Bystol Ethel Ann Smith Andrew Rosin Bernice A. Stump Robert W. Vogts Donald H. Mell Ned L. Smith
Portage and Poynette
There is a sacredness in tears.
They are not the mark of weakness but of power.
They speak more eloquently than ten thousand tongues.
They are messengers of overwhelming grief, of deep contrition, and of unspeakable love.