Elizabeth Benson, last year attended ’38, Gurnee, Ill., Feb. 24, 2013
Mary (Fritz) Blackburn (EHS) ’39, Appleton, April 22, 2013
James Miracle (EHS) ’38, Culver, Ind., Dec. 11, 2012
Caryl (Pilling) Schepanski (EHS) ’33, Franksville, May 13, 2013
Florence (Gillig) Sphatt (EHS) ’38, Centennial, Colo., April 7, 2013
31 Harriet (Krueger) Kussman (EHS), of Amherst, who turned 105 years old in May, is the oldest person residing at Iola Living Assistance.
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The gridiron guys: The UW Oshkosh football team has enjoyed just six championship seasons since its start in 1893, including the team’s remarkable playoff run in 2012 with a first-place Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference finish and a 13-1 record overall.
The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Police Department and two of its officers earned recognition by state and national agencies last fall.
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