Town board honors chairman
Jonely was Wega town chair from 1999-2015
The Weyauwega Town Board recognized Bill Jonely for his years of service during a late summer dinner meeting.
Jonely served as a town supervisor from April 1977 to April 1989 and then as town chairman from April 1999 to April 2015.
In addition, he served on the board of the Weyauwega Co-op for numerous years, the St. Peter Lutheran Church Board and the Weyauwega-Fremont School Board.
Jonely continues to serve on the Waupaca County Board.
State Rep. Kevin Petersen and State Sen. Luther Olsen attended the meeting, which was held at the Hitching Post, and presented a plaque to him on behalf of the state in recognition of his years of service to the town.
Jonely also received a plaque of the town, which was made by Bill Mallo.
A life-long resident of the town of Weyauwega, Jonely’s plans for retirement include helping on the farm, traveling and working in his woodworking shop.
In addition to board members and state representatives, members of Jonely’s family attended the dinner meeting.