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Westover, Ruth, 1910- / The Waukau Methodists, 1867-1986
(1986)

Committed workers,   pp. 40 ff.


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COMMITTED WORKER
 Dedicated Christian workers have been associated with Waukau Church.
 Thomas Walker, Waukau pastor in 1872, was a chaplin in the 38th Wisconsin
regiment in the Civil War.
 Thomas Brinton, with his wife, an adopted daughter of the Sutherlands, and
their six-month-old baby left Waukau to serve as missionaries I Africa. 
At their wedding in Waukau, because they both knew the ceremony by heart,
they repeated it together.
 Norman Ream, grandson of Oliver Ream, received his doctor of laws degree
from (the) University of Utah in 1941 and master of divinity degree, Garrett
Seminary, Evanston, IL., in 1944.  He served churches in Milwaukee, Neenah
and Wauwatosa.  He is now retired.
 William Jannusch received his degree at Drew University, N.J.  He is the
son of Milton and Barbara Grueb jannusch and was ordained an elder in 1972.
 His first charges were at Bristol and Wesley Chapel.  In 1986 is the pastor
of United Methodist Church, Kaukauna, and Presbyterian Church, Kimberley.
 The present pastor's wife, Geneva M. Rushing, was ordained a deacon in 1984
and will become elder in 1986.  She is pastor of Davis U. M. Church and Dells-Delton
U.M. Church.
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