Thanks to everyone who helped us get the Meteor Whaleback in Ship Shape!
In late July and early August, 2014, over 200 volunteer hours were spent painting the hull of the SS Meteor. Thanks to our painting crew: Julie & Jim Christian; Jim Christensen; Steve Daniel; Kari, Craig, & Gunnar David; Phil Kerber; Ken Knutson; Tim Pranke; Mary Roling; Mike Sipper; Bill Smith; Lila Stevens; and Becky Sturtevant.
We are grateful to the following individuals and businesses for donating paint: Danny Aerts, Allan Apter, Randy & Sue Baudler, Sara Blanck, Capt. Russell Brohl, Tom Brueshaber, Stacie Buchanan, Mark & Cathy Casper, David Coleman, Steve Daniel (2 buckets), Keith Grant-Davie (2 buckets), Craig & Kari David, Daniel Friedhoff (2 buckets), Kevin Garthe, William & Nancy Gilland, Richard Gondik Jr., Bruce & Lois Hagen, Zygmund Jablonski Jr., Carol Johnson, Phil Kerber, Capt’n Steve Knaus, Linda & Ken Knutson, Dale Koziol, Carl & Diane Larson (2 buckets), Jeff Lee, Russel Leitz (2 buckets), John Manion, Alan Marshall (4 buckets), Chris Mazzella, Andrew & Karen McMillion, Ken Merryman, Meg Meyer, Mich Neerd, Daniel Nied, Bob Olson, Taylor Pedersen, Pamela Pranke, Tim Pranke (2 buckets), Gerald Sandvick (3 buckets), Charlene Schlueter, Rick & Liz Schmidt, Roger & Rachel Seefeldt, Michael R. Sipper, Jana Smith, Lila C. Stevens (3 buckets), Michael Stone (2 buckets), Vern Storm (2 buckets), Joe Radtke, Robert Tom, Cathy Wellens, Neel Zoss, Anchor Bar of Superior, WI, BSA Venture Scuba Crew 820, Great Lakes and Seaway Shipping (5 buckets), Keyport of Superior, Inc., Marine Historical Society of Detroit (5 buckets), Marine Publishing Company (2 buckets), Oshkosh Boatnerd (2 buckets), Richard I. Bong Post 435/American Legion Post 435, Rick’s Tools/Snap On
Superior Public Museums, Inc. is a 501c not-for-profit organization. Your donations are tax deductible.