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Delavan Lake Yacht Club
P.O. Box 482, 1501 Cedar Point Dr, Delavan, WI 53115
A Sailing and Social Organization that supports Sailing on Delavan Lake, WI
Delavan Lake Yacht Club
P.O. Box 482
Delavan, WI 53115

262-725-1426
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Upcoming events:
July 1st - Karaoke Fish Fry
July 2nd - Independence Day Party
July 9th - Saturday Night Dinner  - Sponsored by C & MC Fleet
 
BLUE-GREEN ALGAE ALERT: DLYC members please read the following and survey the water before going in: http://www.walworthcountytoday.com/20160628/dnr_confirms_blue_green_algae_bloom_in_delavan_lake
 
 
Moonlight Sail
First Saturday Night Dinner 
C-MIR Photos:
Opening Day Party Photos:
 
 
2016 Club from water
 
2016 Member Drive
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Jane Cameron is 100

Our oldest living DLYC member ever, turned 100 years old today, March 3, 2016.



Happy Birthday Jane! She is celebrating her birthday with her two daughters and son in law.

Jane Cameron first met her future husband Dan at a party while in high school in the 1930’s, and they started their life together in the 1940’s. That included staying at the Cameron property with the Japanese boathouse on the South Shore of Delavan. The North Shore Camerons were cousins that included Bette Cameron and Jean Cameron as wives of the brothers Scotty and Charles Cameron.

Jane was sister-in-law to the other South Shore Cameron boys, Jack (Sandy’s father), Barton (Doug's father) and Gordon. All sailed C and other boats and all had families that spent the summer sailing on Delavan. At one point in the 1950’s Jane made cherry pies and sold them so she could pay for a trip that Dan said she had to earn!

Jane, along with Dorothy Glans and Nancy MacGregor, is a member of the self proclaimed Golden Girls of DLYC which included Dolly Cameron (Doug's mother), Bette Cameron, Jean Cameron, Mary Beers, and Vivian Davies.

There is no record of anyone being a member of DLYC and100 years old. We asked Allen Buzzell, but he said it was before his time.

Happy Birthday Jane!

 

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We are saddened to hear of the passing of Rose Herz. Ever the DLYC and DLSS Supporter, Rose oversaw the children and grandchildren grow and be active in Delavan Lake Yacht Club. Our condolences to her daughters and their families, Joanne Marozza, Judy Garnmeister, and Jennifer Herz Cychosz. For donations see below.
 
Rose Herz

Rosemary C. Herz

 
Of Arlington Heights, IL and Delavan, WI

 

Rosemary C. Herz was born August 16, 1932 in Chicago to Herman and Catherine Behls. She died February 18, 2016 at Holy Family Hospital in Des Plaines, IL.

 

Rosemary enjoyed sharing time with her children, her grandchildren and friends. She enjoyed sailing and boating at the Delavan Lake Yacht Club, and she was a strong supporter of the Delavan Lake Sailing School. She also enjoyed swimming, knitting, Sarasota Sailor Circus, LGB Train collecting, Delavan Lake Garden Club, home decorating, traveling with National Geographic Expeditions and annual family vacations. Her love of her dogs, Skipper and Buddy, who were outstanding!

 

Rosemary survived by her daughters Joanne (Joseph) Marozza, Judy (Michael) Garnmeister and Jennifer (Robert) Herz-Cychosz; her grandchildren Angela, Allison, Zachary, Benjamin, Alexandra, Amelia and Isabella and her brother Herman Behls.

 

Rosemary is preceded in death by her husband Erwin R. Herz; her sister Dolores Wenglass and by her parents.

 

A private funeral mass was held Saturday, March 5, 2016 at 12:00 PM at St. James Catholic Church, 831 N. Arlington Heights Road, Arlington Heights, IL 60004.

 

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be given to the Delavan Lakes Sailing School, a 501(c)(3) tax deductible organization, P.O. Box 72, Delavan, WI 53115 or www.delavanlakesailingschool.com

Funeral information and condolences www.GlueckertFH.com or (847) 253-0168.


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With great sadness we have learned of Punky Mattison's passing. Details are below. A celebration of Life at Lake Lawn was held Friday February 12, 2016. Our condolences to Phil Mattison, and the entire Mattison and Ellegard families. 
Punky Mattison 2016

Sandra (Punky) Ellegard Mattison

A grand lady who passed away February 5th 2016. Born in Springfield, IL and a graduate of the University of Illinois, Punky raised her two loving children Rebecca (Michael) D’Amato and Mark (Lisa) Ellegard with first husband Jack Ellegard in the Milwaukee area. After his passing she found a wonderful, devoted husband in Phil Mattison to whom she was married for 22 years.  Punky and Phil lived on Lake Delavan where she welcomed his daughters, Wendy (Kevin) Luttrell, Jana (Tedd) Cain and Julie (David) Navin into her life. Punky was an avid gardener and a lover of the arts. She was a longtime member of the Milwaukee Art Museum Garden Club and Delavan Lake Garden Club. She loved to entertain and enjoyed life on the lake. She was a tremendous role model to her grandchildren- Jack, Liliana and Nicolas D’Amato and Madeleine, Ava and Mimi Ellegard as well as Jessica and Ian Luttrell, Mattison and Connor Cain and Josh and Kyle Navin. Punky found great joy in life and that joy will be missed by all who knew her.

A Memorial Celebration will take place Friday, February 12, 2016 at Lake Lawn Resort, Delavan, WI, from 1:00 P.M. to 3:00 P.M., in the Geneva Club room.

In lieu of flowers, contributions to the Milwaukee Art Museum would be appreciated.

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Donated by Lois Stritt & Family in honor of Jack Day Stritt

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