Menasha Wisconsin Music
Neil Timberman Braun has died at the age of 79 after a long battle with Alzheimer's, according to his family. Raymond died of a heart attack at his home in Madison, Wisconsin, on Wednesday, August 2, 2016, at the age of 79.
Neil graduated from Hamilton High School in 1954 and married his high school sweetheart, the late Dr. Raymond Braun, in 1958. He attended the University of Cincinnati in the early 1960s, where he received a bachelor's degree in political science and a master's degree in public policy.
After high school, he attended the University of Oshkosh for a year, then moved to the Institute of Paper Chemistry in Appleton, and then attended the University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point, now called Bebe University. Marathon was eventually bought by the American Can Company and is now the headquarters of the US Canning Company, where Ray worked in the laboratory for over 40 years. After graduating from Michigan State University as a potter, Menzer had a successful career as a world-class potter, with degrees in pottery from the University of Lausanne in Switzerland and Potter's College in New York City, and a Master of Arts in Art and Design from the University at Wisconsin, Stevens Point.
He taught himself to play the clarinet, saxophone and trumpet for the most part and founded his own polka band in the 1950s, but soon acquired the reputation of "bassist," as his bassist called him. At the University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point he met guitarist Chris Aaron, which led to a friendship. It was the late guitarist Chrissie Aaron who brought Menzer to Madison, where he now considers him home. They started supporting people who had been in town for shows, moved to Madison and there's been the Sturgeon Bay Music Exchange for five years.
Ray and his family enjoy traveling to New York City, Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco and other cities in the United States and Europe.
He loves reading, even when he walks from the library to work, and he has been and still is a fan of bands for many years. He played in the band for the first year and led guitar lessons and was a member of the second year, in which he played in the third year.
Neil likes investment management, but nothing could top his love of music and his passion for music in general, especially rock "n" roll and rock music.
One of the greatest joys of Ray's life is seeing his passion and talent for music carry through to his children and grandchildren. Ray composed many of the most popular songs in the history of rock'n'roll and many songs have been played and recorded by many other bands and have become standard in this field. Tony Menzer shows his collection of works created by himself and his mentors. In addition to the guitars he collects, he also introduces guitar makers who sell exclusively in his shop and offer customers shipments.
Menzer, for example, pulls out a vintage 12-string guitar from John Lowe of Memphis, Tennessee. He took the guitar from Green Bay violin maker Tony Louscher, who uses techniques to bring back the 12-string strings of the vintage to a similar - for - new status, as in this example, when he put them in the hands of a young man in his early 20s. The work appeared in the early edition in the New York Times, which was a textbook during his college years, and the earlier edition in textbooks.
Enjoy the park's Christmas lights at the Fond du Lac Lakeside, a Christmas celebration in the heart of Lake Superior, on December 4, 2016.
Refresh yourself with a delicious dinner and a musical river cruise at sunset. The show starts at 5pm and runs on December 4, 2016 from 5.30pm to 9pm at the Fond du Lac Lakeside. Enjoy a tour of the grounds and lunch (lunch included) before checking into your next hotel, the Comfort Inn, for the next two nights.
The visitation will take place on Friday, December 2, 2016 from 5 to 9 p.m. at the Fond du Lac County Courthouse. Further visits are on Saturday, 3 December and Sunday, 5 November, from 11 am to 4 pm. The visitation will also take place on Monday, November 6, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and on Tuesday, January 4, from 12 noon to 5 p.m.
If you're traveling with other fun travelers, head down the highway and spend your first night at the Drury Inn. Local guides will accompany your group for an inclusive and educational experience in the host city. In the evening, you can enjoy some of the quirky and unusual attractions that will surely delight you. After visiting the musical theme attractions, you will head home with a short stop at a local restaurant for dinner and drinks.