J. I. CASE HIGH SCHOOL VETERANS
40th Reunion Committee's Veteran Dedication
at J. I. Case High School L-R: , Brenda
Hammill-Thomas, Candy Ackerman-Zicarelli,
(Ernie) LaVern Quella-Mulder, Jim Priaulx,
Tom Cook, Chuck Brandt, Terry Storbeck
and Geraldine Larson (missing from photo)
presenting J. I. Case High School's
new veteran memorial and walkway.
NOVEMBER 8, 2012-
new walkway and monument honoring the
service of J.I. Case High School Alumni
veterans was completed and presented
at a special ceremony on Thursday, November
8, 2012 at 4:00 p.m. at J.I. Case High
The walkway and monument are a tribute
to patriotism of these alumni and is
intended to memorialize the sacrifices
endured by Alumni veterans and their
families in service to the country.
The 1971 Alumni Reunion Committee sponsored
The walkway will have bricks engraved
with veteran’s names. Both the
monument and the walkway are located
at the flagpole on the school’s
In attendance were elected officials
and dignitaries from local and county
organizations, military leaders; veterans,
and students and staff.
Various alumni veterans are having their
name, branch of service and year of
graduation etched into individual bricks.
The bricks will be sold for $50 each
and the walkway contains 1,500 of them.
The proceeds will be used for upkeep
of the memorial area. So far, 18 alumni
bricks are embedded in the walkway,
with another 25 being prepared.
studies teacher Mark Petersen (a six-year
U.S. Navy veteran)falso
helped to make this dedication ceremony
possible and will help sell bricks to
raise needed funds.
If you are a veteran
and would like to become part of this
wonderful tribute or if you would
like to make a donation to help with
this honorable project please click
of the flag before Veteran's Walkway
Dedication Ceremony at J. I Case High
School on November 8, 2012
veteran plaque memorial and veteran
brick walkway installation near flag
speaks on behalf of the Class of '71
during the ceremony
Petersen, a veteran and Case High School
Social Studies teacher speaks during
the ceremony. Mark has been a great
driving force behind this project. Thank
This is what a brick
in the walkway looks like. They can
be purchased from Mark Petersen. Mark
can be reached by phone at (262) 672-8114
or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
information, see below.
VETERANS WHO WOULD LIKE TO BECOME PART
OF THIS TRIBUTE:
bricks can be purchased from Mark Petersen.
Mark can be reached by phone at (262)
672-8114 or by email at email@example.com.
An 8” x
4” Brick for alumni veterans will
be placed at the base of the memorial
for a donation of $50. This includes
3 lines, (20 Characters / Line).
8” x 8” Brick for alumni
veterans will be placed at the base
of the memorial for a donation of $150.
This includes up to 6 lines, (20 Characters
Line 1 – Alumni’s Name
Line 2 – Year of graduation from
J.I. Case High School
Line 3 – Branch of Military Service
Continue on for 8” x 8”
8” x 4” Community Paver/Brick
8” x 8” Community Paver/Brick
THOSE WHO WOULD LIKE TO MAKE A DONATION
TO THIS HONORABLE PROJECT:
this time of giving and reflection what
better gift could you give to your family
or loved one than a gift brick that
will give back every time you drive
past or visit the school?
The goal of the 1971 Case High School
to raise $5000.00 to fund the
creation of the veteran plaque, install
the veteran monument boulder and create
the veteran brick walkway. From the
monies raised in our past 1971 we raised
$1000 to help sponsor this effort. We
still need to raise more, so we had
a fundraiser and collected another $1800.
If anyone who would like
to help and donate for this boulder
& plaque memorial please forward
your check to:
71 Veterans Plaque/Chuck Brandt
2031 Lathrop Avenue
Racine, WI 53405
You can make your check out to either
Buckets Pub or Chuck Brandt. Please
indicate on the check that it is for
the '71 Veteran's Plaque.
Also, the reunion committee is trying
to collect as many names as we can of
the men and women from J.I. Case High
School who served in the military...any
branch. Please send any information
that you may have to Chuck's address
With deep gratitude,
Case High School Reunion Committee