Aldolph and Marie Ansay Courtyard

Photographed February 28, 2015
Belgium, Ozaukee County, Wisconsin
43.502519,-87.834403
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Aldolph and Marie Ansay Courtyard
Aldolph and Marie Ansay were lifelong residents of Northern Ozaukee County, Wisconsin. Raised on a farm in rural Port Washington, Adolph attended Marquette University, graduating in 1930. In 1932, he joined the Port Washington State Bank until his retirement in 1987. He continued to be a director of the bank and its holding company. Besides his career in banking, Adolph was in real estate, auctioneering and insurance. He sarved as Supervisor on the Ozaukee County Board for 46 years.
Adolph (1909-1995).

Marie Ansay was born in Belgium, Wisconsin to Mile and Elizabeth (Hamm) Krier. She graduated from the College of St. Teresa in Winton, Minnesota. Marie taught high school in Pulaski, Wisconsin. Marie married Adolph on November 21, 1940 and loved their six children, Elizabeth, Mary, Anne, Jean, Mike and John. She was involved in religious and civic organizations.
Marie (1917-2001).
The marker is located at the Luxemburg American Cultural Center Museum on southbound North Royal Avenue / County LL, at its intersection with Park Street, at 100 Peter Thein Avenue, Belgium, Wisconsin 53004.



Nearby statuary (above and below).




The marker is located at the Luxemburg American Cultural Center Museum.

The marker is located in Belgium, Wisconsin.

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