Aspin, Leslie 'Les' b. July 21, 1938 d. May 21, 1995 US Congressman, Presidential Cabinet Secretary. Elected to represent Wisconsin's 1st District in the United States House of Representatives, serving from 1971 to 1993. Appointed as United States Secretary of Defense during the first Clinton Administration, serving from 1993 to 1994. (Bio by: Russ Dodge) Wisconsin Memorial Park*, Brookfield, Waukesha County, Wisconsin, USA *This location is unconfirmed or in dispute.
Felsch, Oscar 'Happy' b. August 22, 1891 d. August 17, 1964 Major League Baseball Player. Born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, he was an outfielder making his debut with the Chicago White Sox on April 14, 1915. For six seasons, he played with the Chicago White Sox (1915-20) and was a member of the White Sox World Series Championship in 1917. In 1919, Felsch was approached by gamblers to join a group of White Sox players that planned to lose the World Series. He was reluctant to go along with the plan at first but then eventually did because of the monetary...[Read More] (Bio by: John "J-Cat" Griffith) Wisconsin Memorial Park, Brookfield, Waukesha County, Wisconsin, USA Plot: Gardens of the Last Supper Mausoleum, "K" East, Crypt 43-D
Heil, Julius Peter b. July 24, 1876 d. November 30, 1949 Wisconsin Governor, Corporate Innovator. In 1901 he formed the Heil Company, pioneering the new metal joining process of welding which largely replaced riveting as the primary means of metal construction. The company grew into America's major manufacturers of dump and garbage trucks, storage and transport tanks, road building equipment, and home heating and cooling units. In 1938 he was the successful Republican nominee for Governor. Heil held office for two terms, 1939 to 1943. Defeated in...[Read More] (Bio by: Bill McKern) Wisconsin Memorial Park, Brookfield, Waukesha County, Wisconsin, USA
Keltner, Ken b. October 31, 1916 d. December 12, 1991 Major League Baseball Player. He is best remembered for being the third baseman who made dazzling plays in the first and seventh innings as the Cleveland Indians stopped Joe DiMaggio's 56-game hitting streak before 67,468 fans on July 17, 1941 at Muncipal Stadium. The New York Yankees star, who had hit .408 (91 for 223) with 15 homers during the streak, then went on another 16-game tear. Keltner had a 13-year career in the big leagues, during which time he played in seven All-Star Games and in...[Read More] (Bio by: Ron Coons) Wisconsin Memorial Park, Brookfield, Waukesha County, Wisconsin, USA
Logan, Johnny b. March 23, 1927 d. August 9, 2013 Major League Baseball Player. For thirteen seasons (1951 to 1963), he played at the shortstop position with the Boston/Milwaukee Braves and Pittsburgh Pirates. After attending Endicott High School in New York, he served with the United States Military following the conclusion of World War II and went onto study briefly at Harpur College. He attracted the attention of Major League scouts for which resulted in his signing as an amateur free agent with the Braves in 1947. He marked his big league...[Read More] (Bio by: C.S.) Wisconsin Memorial Park, Brookfield, Waukesha County, Wisconsin, USA