M, b. 1754, d. 1796
- Birth: John Binat was born in 1754.
- Death: He died in 1796, at age ~42.
F, b. 1757
- Birth: Elisabeth Wagener was born in 1757.
M, b. circa 3128 BCE
- Noah (b. 2948 BCE, d. 1998 BCE)
- Birth: Lamech was born circa 3128 BCE.
M, b. 1712
- Birth: Adam Binat was born in 1712.
F, b. May 12, 1716, d. February 11, 1797
- Birth: Barbara Frieden was born on May 12, 1716 in Luxembourg.
- Death: She died on February 11, 1797, at age 80, in Luxembourg.
M, b. circa 1685
- Birth: Pierre Frieden was born circa 1685.
F, b. circa 1685
- Birth: Christine Wolmering was born circa 1685.
M, b. circa 1730
- Birth: John Wagener was born circa 1730.
F, b. circa 1730
- Birth: Barbe Fischer was born circa 1730.
F, b. June 24, 1885, d. June 23, 1968
- Birth: Kathryn Nolan was born on June 24, 1885 in Wisconsin.
- Death: She died on June 23, 1968, at age 82, in Oakland, Alameda Co, California.
M, b. November 20, 1888, d. November 1, 1918
- Birth: William Nolan was born on November 20, 1888.
- Death: He died on November 1, 1918, at age 29, in Pullman, Whitman Co, Washington.
M, b. July 9, 1892
- Birth: Robert Nolan was born on July 9, 1892 in Freedom, Outagamie Co, Wisconsin.
- Retirement: He retired in 1920 in San Diego, San Diego Co, California.
M, b. circa 1885
- Birth: Unknown Corley was born circa 1885.
M, b. 1788
- Birth: John Jacobe was born in 1788.
Thomas Everett Lemons
M, b. November 11, 1931, d. March 11, 2017
- Birth: Thomas Everett Lemons was born on November 11, 1931 in Indiana.
- Marriage: He and Margaret Alice Zuleger were married on November 8, 1950.
- Death: Thomas Everett Lemons died on March 11, 2017, at age 85, in Appleton, Outagamie Co, Wisconsin.
- Note: Thomas Everett Lemons, Appleton, age 85, passed away peacefully at Thedacare Regional Medical Center-Appleton on Saturday, March 11; surrounded by his loving children. Tom was born in Bedford, IN on November 11th, 1931, to Charles and Marie (Leonard) Lemons. He was preceded in death by his beloved wife, Margaret Alice (Zuleger) Lemons; his sister Patty, and brother, Chuck. Tom is survived by his brother Doug, Appleton; his seven children and their families, Steve (Pamela), Park City, UT; Dianne (Hans) Van Lith, Appleton; Gary (Leanne) Lemons, Appleton; Mark (Anne) Lemons, Mendon, MA; Tim (Lisa) Lemons, Appleton; Amy (Pat) McDermott, Tampa, FL; Beth (Mike) Lewis, Bend, OR; his 22 grandchildren, and 4 great grandchildren.
Tom graduated from Appleton High School (West), where he was very active in sports, drama, and a member of the Badger Boys State program. His passion for golf was highlighted by a victory in the 1955 City Golf Championship. Tom's theatrical skills and gifted singing voice lured the love of his life, Margaret Zuleger, to become his wife of nearly 65 years. They were married on November 8th, 1950, and cultivated their union until her passing on August 8th, 2015.
Tom was a salesman and buyer for several Appleton cornerstone businesses, including Sears, Wichmann's Furniture, and the H.C. Prange Co. His second and most loved profession was as a youth sports coach and official on the ball fields and basketball courts of Appleton. His work as a YMCA basketball official earned him the reputation as "Dean of the finest corps of youth basketball referees ever assembled". His coaching style was cheerful and encouraging; and he was known to call a foul with a respectful smile, and a traveling call with a thoughtful explanation.
Tom was an avid reader, history buff and letter writer. His faith was ever apparent and he enjoyed the choir and appreciated singing church hymns and contemporary Christian songs, that reminded him of Gods unfailing love and forgiveness.
After retiring in 1995, Tom and Maggie traveled and lived in Germany, Hawaii, Utah, Maryland, Pennsylvania, and in 2006 settled for a longer stay in Tampa, FL. In 2015, Appleton called them home to be with additional family members and long-time cherished friends. Prior to his passing, Tom regularly played sheepshead with lifelong pals Dave Schini, Jim Westphal, Len Hanstedt, and John Gurholt. He was described as living life to the fullest with a smile on his face, a twinkle in his eye, a kind word on his lips, and a friendly wave to all.
Two of Tom's quoted sayings were "If you don't have anything good to say about someone, don't say anything"; and "Always treat others the way you would like to be treated". He was a true gentleman who consistently followed his own teachings. If you were feeling somber, he would say, "You are perfect for the skin you are in". Tom was a son, brother, uncle, husband, father, grandfather (Pappy), great grandfather, and friend; who was true to his words. Tom (Dad) will always be loved, missed, and pleasantly remembered.
A memorial service celebrating Tom's life will be held at Appleton Alliance Church on Monday, March 20th at 11:00 am. Friends may gather at 09:30 am. for a time of greeting. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations in Tom's memory to be forwarded in his name to the Appleton YMCA.
Tom's family wishes to express gratitude to the staff at The Bridges of Appleton, The professional team at AMC ThedaCare, and the compassionate care of ThedaCare Hospice.
Published in Appleton Post-Crescent on Mar. 15, 2017.