Arendt, Laurie (ed.) / Back from duty 2 : more stories from Ozaukee County's veterans
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Acknowledgements This second edition of this project would not have been possible with the support and work of all of those participants in Back from Duty:l. Their work provided the foundation, encouragement and enthusiasm to create a second edition. In addition, the following people provided additional financial support for Back from Duty: 2: Jerry Konkel George Kohlwey Robert and Lynette Ponton Donations given in support of this project were used entirely for the printing and production costs. We thank Nicholas Fieber for his work in interviewing his grandfather, Orville Arendt, and Andrew Wilhelme, for his work in interviewing his grandfather, Jerry Herbst. This edition also relied on a cadre of volunteer adult interviewers to complete the project. There would not be a second edition without the help of the following interviewers: Allen Buchholz Brian Eernisse Mark Jaeger Jeanne Mueller Ruth Oehme Agnes Paulin Laurie Schwalbe Sheri Schwalbe Nick Schanen Vicki Schanen Cindy Schaefer Susan Smith We especially thank proofreaders Allen Buchholz, Jeanne Mueller and Jane Roehrig. We also thank the Ozaukee Press for their permission to use the photo that appears on our front cover. Our sincere appreciation also goes out to the Wisconsin Veterans Museum, a willing partner in our project. All of the tape recordings of the interviews used in this project are now part of the museum's holdings in Madison. The Wisconsin Veterans Museum, as well as the Ozaukee County Veterans Book Project, are registered participants in the national Veterans History Project. The Wisconsin Veterans Museum is actively soliciting oral histories from Wisconsin's veterans. If you are a veteran and would like to share your story, call the museum's Research Center at (608) 267-1790 or go to http://museum.dva.state.wi.us/RCOralHistory.asp.
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