Church: Dorchester - St. Louis Catholic Foresters Honored (1983)

Contact: Kathleen E. Englebretson


Surnames: Brill, Feldbruegge, Kucirek, Stambough, Heil, Pinter, Heindl, Jantsch, Peissig, Werner

---Source: Marshfield News-Herald (01 October 1983)

DORCHESTER - Two area men were honored during the Catholic Order of Foresters district meeting recently at St. Louis Catholic Church, Dorchester.

Ed Brill, of St. Mary's Court of Colby, received the Outstanding Forester plaque. Henry Feldbruegge, of St. Louis Court, earned a 50-year continuous membership pin. Feldbruegge has held local offices as inside sentinel, trustee and conductor, and is presently vice chief ranger. He also served as district trustee for a number of years.

Dinner was served to 83 members and guests by the local Women's Catholic Society of Foresters. Special guests were Rob Kucirek, state chief ranger; Bill Stanbough, state vice chief ranger; Roger Brill, high court trustee, and Gary Heil, district salesman.

The spring meeting was set for April in Marathon. Local members attending were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Feldbruegge, Mr. and Mrs. John Pinter, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Heindl, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jantsch, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Peissig, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Werner and Mr. and Mrs. Clem Heindl.



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