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Dr. John Raymond President & CEO at The Medical College of Wisconsin

Milwaukee Bucks President, Peter Feigin on location at the construction grounds of the new home for the Bucks.

Lafayette Crump Milwaukee Development Commissioner

Alex Lasry, Senior VP Milwaukee Bucks

David Crowley Milwaukee County Executive

Jeff Kluever COVID 19 Survivor

Brett Favre Packer and NFL Hall of Fame Quarterback

Chef Paul Wahlberg of Wahlburgers

Dominic Ortiz, CEO Potawatomi Hotel And Casino

Kathleen O'Leary Wisconsin State Fair CEO

Katie Sanders Chief Planning Officer at Milwaukee Public Museum

Peggy Williams-Smith President & CEO of Visit Milwaukee

Ben Nerenhausen & Staci Lopez Allie Boy’s Bagelry & Luncheonette

Khalif and Que El-Amin of Young Enterprising Society

Russell Long Milwaukee Attorney

Rob Stein Deputy Director & CEO, Milwaukee Art Museum

Jordy Nelson, Green Bay Packer wide receiver

Former Green Bay Packer Donald Driver

AmyWalberg COO of Press Seltzer

Anne Zizzo CEO of Zizzo Group

Molly Madonia of Milwaukee World Festival Inc.

Milwaukee Milkmen Dan Ward

Milwaukee Milkmen Kurt Heyer

Milwaukee Milkmen Derek Reddy

Milwaukee Milkmen Adam Walker

Milwaukee Wave players

Milwaukee Wave Ian Bennett

Milwaukee Wave Luan Oliveira

Milwaukee Wave Chad Vandegriffe

Wendell Willis Executive Director of Milwaukee Public Schools

Neal Glaeser, President & CEO of Denali Ingredients

Ken Bockhorst, CEO of Badger Meter

Keith Stanley, Executive Director at Near West Side Partners Milwaukee

Amanda Dalnodar, CEO Brew City Marketing

Jarred Kelenic, No. 6 in the first round of the MLB draft by the New York Mets

Matt Pazaras, Senior VP of Business Development Milwaukee Bucks

Neal Sample Chief Information Officer of Northwestern Mutual

Paul Zerkel & Lisa Kirkpatrick of Goodkind Restaurant

Earvin "Magic" Johnson

John Peronto, Principal Thornton Tomasetti

Former Buffalo Bills quarterback, Jim Kelly. Recently diagnosed with the return of his cancer hold up his new appointed hashtag of #KellyStrong

Brookfield Central High School senior and 2018 WIAA Scholar Athlete Lexi Romero, University of Minnesota Division 1 Track prospect

Waukesha North athlete Will McDonald and Iowa State football prospect

Adam Schlicht, Executive Director Port of Milwaukee

Pabst Brewery CEO, Simon Thorpe

Kyle Toner of Glass+Griddle

Yosub Yoon, chef at Char'd in Milwaukee, WI

Jay Mack, President & CEO of Town Bank

Andrew Wilson of Brandywine

Michael Frohna, President of the JA Kohls Education Center

Jonathan Jackson, Chief Executive Officer & Artistic Director of Milwaukee Film

Dave Sobelman Owner of Sobelman's Pub & Grill

HUSCO president, Gus Ramirez at St. Augustine Prep Academy in Milwaukee, WI

Owner, Randy Henning and Co-Owner, Marcel Kuper of Great Lakes Dragaway in Union Grove, WI

Joe Bartolotta, John Wise, and Adam Siegel of The Bartolotta Restaurants in Milwaukee, WI

Pat Skovran, One of the success stories that came out of Waukesha's Hope Center, he started off as one of the clients and now a staff member actively working at the shelter. "I took advantage of the clothing shop here at the Hope Center, if it wasn't for the shop upstairs I'd be naked."

Clayborn Benson of the Wisconsin Black Historical Society & Museum in Milwaukee, WI

Raised Grain Brewing Company crew(left to Right) Andy Hollander - Apprentice Brewer Dr. Jimmy Gosset - Owner/Brewer Dr. Scott Kelley - Owner/Brew Master Nick Reistad - Owner/Sales & Marketing Alex Stanton - Operations & Marketing

MacKenzie Schill of Pewaukee High School 2017 Woodland Conference girls soccer Player of the Year

Eddie Schultz USMC Vietnam Veteran 68-69 Waukesha County Detachment #335 Marine Corps League "I avoided the draft, me and a buddy decided to enlist because we were going to end up going anyways."

It was a DC comics type of night at the 3rd Annual Duct Tape Fashion Show at Longfellow Middle School in Wauwatosa, as Colin Burns dresses up as Green Arrow, Margaus Burns as Poisen Ivy, Peter Litzau as Batman, and Callan Vance sports her Supergirl costume. 26 Oct 2016

Lia Coryell, Paralympic contender in archery. Representing Team USA in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Fighting leukemia brought on by exposure to agent orange was a second struggle that Kent Draper had to endure after Vietnam. I remember the conversation I had with Kent, he was telling me about his experience he had in Vietnam and in college. I could tell he was exhausted from his treatment but still had a large smile on his face as if he was going to own the last moments he had in life. Two weeks later he passed away. Born - 16 June 1951 Died - 21 April 2014

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