Benefit set to aid Teske family

by Verla Peichl Review Correspondent


JULIE TESKE of Plymouth is pictured with her three daughters, Emily, 19, and Katherine, 15, and Ellie, 11, who were with her on that terrible day when things changed for them as they were involved in a horrific accident.— Review photo by Verla Peichl JULIE TESKE of Plymouth is pictured with her three daughters, Emily, 19, and Katherine, 15, and Ellie, 11, who were with her on that terrible day when things changed for them as they were involved in a horrific accident.— Review photo by Verla Peichl Julie Teske of Plymouth and her three daughters, Emily, 19, Katherine, 15 and Ellie, 11, were on their way to church at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church on the corner of State 23 and County W last Nov. 13.

Emily stopped to wait for an oncoming car before making the left hand turn, into the driveway, when another car approached them from behind and struck the Teske’s car, pushing them into an oncoming car.

It took approximately an hour before Jaws of Life were able to get three of the four people, in the Teske car removed, and Flight for Life transported Ellie, immediately from the scene of the accident, while an ambulance took the driver, Emily, Julie and Katherine to the Fond du Lac hospital where the Flight for Life was again called to take Julie and Katherine to Froedert Hospital.

Emily was fortunate to have not sustained any extensive injury and another Teske daughter, Ana, was not in the car.

John Teske and son James were in the northern part of Wisconsin deer hunting.

When they all heard about the accident they were horrified and afraid, for the rest of their family, as they hurried back home.

The injuries for the three Teske ladies were extensive and the continued doctor bills have mounted.

It’s because of the residual problems, several Sheboygan County 4-H Clubs and St. Paul Lutheran Church are coordinating a benefit to help the family.

Additional funding is being provided by the West Sheboygan County Chapter of Thrivent Financial and Catholic Financial Life.

A Souper Day fundraiser for the Teske family will take place Saturday, Oct. 25, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Greenbush Town Hall, located on the corner of State 23 and Sugarbush Road.

All-you-can-eat soup can be purchased for $10. The menu will also include a toasted cheese sandwich, a dessert and a beverage (water, milk or coffee).

A silent auction will take place with items including a Miche handbag, Packer articles, a Partylite basket, skincare products and quilted objects. Restaurant certificates and many other baskets, too numerous to list, will also be available.

A fund has been established for the Teskies at Bank First National in Plymouth. Donations can be sent to Bank First National; 2323 Eastern Ave.’ P.O. Box 348; Plymouth.

To donate or for more information, call Ruth Limberg at 920- 893-8775.


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