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In 1982, he moved to New Mexico, but continued to correspond with several of his stamp collecting friends in Wisconsin. Morser Across the Fence, February 1990, Page 6 Oshkosh Philatelic Society: Earl J.
Baerreis was active and respected among the Badger Stamp Club membership and served as President of the club during 1976-77.
This page lists with honor WFSC members who have passed away. Schmitz (Fond du Lac Stamp club), 75, died in Fond du Lac on Sunday, March 4, 1990.
The information is obtained from the "Closed Albums" columns published in Across the Fence Post, and reprinted here, and from the "Closed Albums" sections of the WFSC Annual Meeting Minutes also published in Across the Fence Post (ATFP). Burgett, whohas been Secretary of OPS for many years. Baerreis Across the Fence, February 1990, Page 6 Badger Stamp Club: Dr. Ray was active in the stamp club for many years and served in various official positions, especially secretary and treasurer, which he enjoyed most.
He also was a member of the Polish American Stamp Club, the Germany Philatelic Society of Milwaukee and Milwaukee Philatelic Society.
In 1989 he was the Milwaukee Area Distinguished Philatelist at the third annual appreciation dinner meeting.
When he retired from these two educational facilities after 40 years of teaching he was head of the chemistry department at Lawrence University.
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When Appleton again hosted the state show in 1988 he was able to attend the banquet.
He was a lifetime member of APS, past member of the SPA, WWII CCC, European CCC, etc.
Meyer, 69, past president of the Wisconsin Federation of Stamp Clubs died November 20, 1990.
Bob served as president of the Wisconsin Federation from 1988 to 1989 and was president of the Wauwatosa Philatelic Society from 1983 to 1986.
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Peirce, 82, who was one of the first stamp collectors inducted into the Wisconsin Philatelic Wall of Frame when it was formed in 1976, died Jan. He was a teenage charter member of the Oshkosh Philatelic Society when it was formed in 1930 and served as president of OPS on three different occasions. Peirce was a member of the American Philatelic Society since 1964 and was a life member of the Society of Philatelic Americans. Art was an active philatelist in the Madison, WI, and area. He later joined the Badger Stamp Club, where he held the position of VP for four years. Esther was a prime mover in getting the Wisconsin Valley club going after World War II.