Peter Thein Avenue

© Photographed February 28, 2015 and October 8, 2016
Erected by Luxemburg American Cultural Center Museum
Belgium, Ozaukee County, Wisconsin
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Peter Thein Avenue
Peter Joseph Thein was a proud Luxembourger. He was the Grandson [sic] of JohnPeter Thein, a blacksmith who emigrated from Boch, Luxenbourg to New Trier, Minnesota in1854. Peter was a self-made man with a very strong religious faith. This faith guided him through his many business interests -- which included land development, farming and banking -- along with his Thein Well Company --  [sic] his father Eugene started in 1893. Peter and Gertrude (Krommen) Thein were blessed with 64 years of marriage and raised 13 children -- 8 girsl and 5 boys. Peter enjoyed flying small planes, fishing, photography and traveling. He visited Luxembourg many times during his lifetime. We are honored to share our father's heritage with Peter Thein Avenue.
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.

The marker (visible to the left) is located at the Luxembourg American
Cultural Center Museum in Belgium, Wisconsin.

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