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In Loving Memory of Don Mousel

Posted on April 10, 2012

Don"Don had a passion for the outdoors and enjoyed gardening, fishing, cutting wood, hunting, and golfing. He was particularly fond of his hunting cabin in Barnes, WI and loved spending time on his "chicken ranch" which he planned, designed, and built himself. He was a kind, generous, and fun-loving man. He loved NASCAR on Sundays along with shooting pool and playing cards in the "old farts league" as often as he could. No one was a stranger in his eyes; he could and often would befriend anyone. Don also loved children. Don's family wanted to make a donation that could incorporate both his passion for the outdoors and his love of children, and Wildlands School was the perfect fit. After touring the school and meeting with Paul, the family felt privileged and honored to be able to support such a great program."

Everyone at Wildlands would like to thank to the Mousel family for their generous donation to our school in memory of their father.

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