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Kleba is Speaker at Crivitz Veterans Day
Commander Mark Crowley of the Crivitz American Legion Netzel-Zenz Post 413 announces guest speaker for the Veterans Day program on Friday, Nov. 10 at the Crivitz High School gym is Bob Kleba.
Kleba was born and raised in Milwaukee and served in the US Army on active duty and in the US Army Reserves for 32 years. He entered active duty in 1969 and served in Vietnam from October 1971 to April 1972. His military career included assignments in Reserve units in Milwaukee, Orlando, Los Angeles, Des Moines, and culminated with a two-year tour in South Korea and a two-year assignment to the Pentagon, retiring in 2002. In civilian life Mr. Kleba worked for the City of Appleton Engineering Department and defense contractors in Minneapolis and Detroit. He has an associate degree from Fox Valley Technical College in Appleton, a bachelor's degree from Grand View University in Des Moines, and a master's degree from Troy State University. His wife is Dr. Patricia Kleba, a nursing professor at UW-Green Bay.
All veterans, their spouses, Auxiliary members and the public are asked to meet in the boardroom of the high School at 9:30 a.m. for coffee and cookies with the program in the gym starting at 10 a.m. Veterans are asked to wear their Legion or VFW cap.
The National Anthem and all service songs will be played by the Crivitz High School Band under the direction of Brian Kopfhammer. The Crivitz Legion Post 413 and Crivitz VFW Post 2063 will present and retire the colors.
After the program, veterans, spouses and Auxiliary members are invited to the Legion Clubhouse for chili and treats. For more information contact Crowley at 715-938-4936.