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Wisconsin native retires after 30 years in Coast Guard Reserve

12:23 PM, Jun. 19, 2013  |  Comments
Thad Birmingham, mayor of Sturgeon Bay, presented Chief Petty Officer Duane T. Vander Putten with an award denoting June 14 as 'Duane T. Vander Putten Day' in the city of Sturgeon Bay during Vander Putten's retirement ceremony Friday at Coast Guard Station Sturgeon Bay. Vander Putten, an Appleton native, has served 30 years in the Coast Guard Reserve.
Thad Birmingham, mayor of Sturgeon Bay, presented Chief Petty Officer Duane T. Vander Putten with an award denoting June 14 as 'Duane T. Vander Putten Day' in the city of Sturgeon Bay during Vander Putten's retirement ceremony Friday at Coast Guard Station Sturgeon Bay. Vander Putten, an Appleton native, has served 30 years in the Coast Guard Reserve.
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