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9:17 PM, Sep. 6, 2013  |  Comments
Raymond Hartleben
Raymond Hartleben
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Name: Raymond Hartleben

Residence: Antigo

Age: 84

Employment: Retired

Family: Wife, Theresa; daughters Debra, Darlene (Jim) and Wendy (Allen); grandsons Bryce and Caleb

Years of service as a volunteer: 10

Favorite volunteer activities: I volunteered in the past with others erecting signage to promote tourism of memorable events and sights in Shawano and Menominee counties. I volunteered with others as well to preserve photos and history of our communities and old cheese factories and schools from their early beginnings in Shawano County. I helped coordinate the visit of the minister of culture of Wittenberg, Germany, and 28 of his party to Wittenberg, Wis., in an exchange of culture.

Tell about a volunteer experience: Volunteering with AseraCare Hospice, it's a feeling of contributing to a patient so as not to be forgotten on their final journey of life.

A message from AseraCare Hospice: "It has been an honor and a privilege to have Ray on our AseraCare Hospice team. Ray is a kind and gentle soul. He brings great comfort to our patients. We would like to express our sincere gratitude for his volunteer service."

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