ⓘ Valders, Wisconsin

                                     

ⓘ Valders, Wisconsin

The village is known within the state for its dolomitic limestone quarry, which produces rock. harbor rock, gravel, and a very hard and weather resistant type of marble. The dolomitic limestone is Silurian aged Niagaran Dolomite. Glacial sediments overlying the bedrock in the area consist of a pebbly and cobbly, sandy, silty glacial till known as the Valders Member of the Kewaunee Formation. The Valders Member was named after the village and the type section was described along the eastern side of the present day quarry.

                                     
  • member of the 1995 96 Los Angeles Clippers team for 15 games. Born in Valders Wisconsin Vander Velden attended high school in his home town, and played basketball
  • Senate and was a Republican. Lyons died in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin or in Valders Wisconsin Wisconsin Blue Book, 1909, Biographical Sketch of E. H. Lyons
  • of the Wisconsin State Assembly. Helgeson was born on May 30, 1932 in Manitowoc, Wisconsin He graduated from high school in Valders Wisconsin and from
  • Manitowoc County, Wisconsin United States. Clarks Mills is 2 miles 3.2 km northeast of Valders Charles W. Sweeting, Wisconsin State Representative
  • Chilton, Roncalli and Valders joined from the Olympian Conference. Chilton and Roncalli were once members of the Eastern Wisconsin leaving in 1999 and
  • Falls of the Manitowoc River, 2.3 miles 3.7 km north of Valders Cato Falls, Wisconsin Geographic Names Information System. United States Geological
  • McHenry, Ill., before coaching football and girls track for 32 years at Valders High School. The girls track team won 13 Olympian Conference Championships
  • and Secretary of Wisconsin Territory Bruno E. Jacob, founder of the National Forensic League, though born in the nearby town of Valders lived in Ripon
  • University of Wisconsin Madison. Seifert was born Michael Patrick Seifert on March 31, 1951 in Port Washington, Wisconsin Elementary ., Valders High School
  • Cleveland Francis Creek Kellnersville Maribel Mishicot Reedsville St. Nazianz Valders Whitelaw Cato Centerville Cooperstown Eaton Franklin Gibson Kossuth Liberty
  • has seven. Chilton Kewaunee Mishicot Oconto Southern Door Sturgeon Bay Valders Wrightstown Manitowoc Roncalli Brillion Algoma Gibraltar Hilbert Manitowoc
  • secretary from 1925 until his retirement in 1969. Jacob was born in Valders Wisconsin the youngest of four boys. He graduated from Manitowoc High School
  • age of 60 years in these trees. Then the climate cooled again and the Valders substage began. A glacial tongue blocked Lake Michigan s drainage, causing