Legion holds Veterans dinner



Sgt. 1st Class Steward (Stu) Kuehl (above), USAR, spoke at the annual Veterans Appreciation Dinner, sponsored by the Haslee-Doebert-Schmidt American Legion Post 261 of Greenbush, last week. Kuehl, a native of Glenbeulah and 1979 graduate of Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah High School, served in Operation Desert Storm before retiring. Called back to active duty in 2005, he was mobilized to Afghanistan. In July 2006, while on a road mission, his Toyota SUV was struck by two roadside bombs. He suffered two traumatic brain injuries, facial injuries and the loss of vision in his right eye, a fractured neck, fractured lower back, and shattered left arm and leg. After spending more than 18 months at Walter Reed Army Medical Hospital, Kuehl was medically retired from the Army and now lives in the Kiel area with his wife Linda. Legion member Randy Gritt was honored for his years of community service to the Greenbush post at the dinner. 
Submitted photo Sgt. 1st Class Steward (Stu) Kuehl (above), USAR, spoke at the annual Veterans Appreciation Dinner, sponsored by the Haslee-Doebert-Schmidt American Legion Post 261 of Greenbush, last week. Kuehl, a native of Glenbeulah and 1979 graduate of Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah High School, served in Operation Desert Storm before retiring. Called back to active duty in 2005, he was mobilized to Afghanistan. In July 2006, while on a road mission, his Toyota SUV was struck by two roadside bombs. He suffered two traumatic brain injuries, facial injuries and the loss of vision in his right eye, a fractured neck, fractured lower back, and shattered left arm and leg. After spending more than 18 months at Walter Reed Army Medical Hospital, Kuehl was medically retired from the Army and now lives in the Kiel area with his wife Linda. Legion member Randy Gritt was honored for his years of community service to the Greenbush post at the dinner. Submitted photo

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