2008 Community Service Inductee:
Jeanette (Fetzer) Heyroth
Heyroth contributed to the betterment of the community in endless ways. She was an active member of Manitowoc County Homemakers’ Association, the VFW Auxiliary, and Holy Cross Parish. She was a strong advocate of the Native American mascot for the Mishicot School District. Heyroth was a founding member of the Mishicot Area Growth and Improvement Committee (MAGIC). She was known for her work as the Mishicot Area Correspondent for the Herald Times Reporter. Mishicot benefited in countless ways from Heyroth’s enthusiastic spirit and community involvement.
2008 Professional Development Inductee:
Eisenmann is known for her accomplishments in the field of education. She served as a teacher and Principal of O.H. Schultz Elementary School for over 40 years. Eisenmann was an instructor at Manitowoc County Teachers College and an adjunct instructor at UW-Oshkosh. Along with the FFA, Eisenmann guided the development of Mishicot’s MECCA nature trail. Eisenmann led the way in the publication of a book on the history of the village, entitled “Mishicot Meaningful Memories.” She is a pillar of the Mishicot Public School District and the community.
2008 Exceptional Talent Inductee:
Bremser is one of the pioneers in women’s sports at the University of Wisconsin. She became the first female All-American in UW history. Bremser was the 1st UW woman to break the 5 minute mile. She went on to compete on 15 national teams from 1975-88, including the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles, where she finished 4th in the 3,000m run. She was the first Mishicot and UW female Olympian. Bremser was the 1st female president and 1st woman member of the National “W” Club Board of Directors. Her athletic career was filled with firsts and she has paved the way for many female athletes.