In Loving Memory

© Photographed March 20 and March 28, 2015
Erected 2014 by the Buczek and Dougherty families
Port Washington, Ozaukee County, Wisconsin
43.385293,-87.867102

IN LOVING MEMORY
On March 10, 2012 twenty four year old [sic] Peter Dougherty lost his life while kayaking off the shores of South Beach. Six months later [sic] on September 2, 2012, Tyler Buczek lost his life while swimming with friends of the shores of North Beach. This pavilion is dedicated in their memory, and to all of those who have lost their lives in Lake Michigan.

The Buczek and Dougherty families hope this pavilion provides the community with a place for family and friends to father and create happy memories.
2014
Memorial Pavilion

The marker is located at Coal Dock Park and is accessible from South Wisconsin Street, just north of its intersection with West Chestnut Street, Port Washington, Wisconsin 53074.

UPDATE: Hypothermia Caused Peter Dougherty to Drown
Services to remember the 24-year-old Port Washington man who died while kayaking over the weekend will be held Friday at Eernisse Funeral Home in Port Washington.

Body of Tyler Buczek recovered from Lake Michigan


 With the World War II Memorial and Lake Michigan in the background.




 View of the marker and gazebo from the parking lot.

 Looking west from east end of Coal Dock Park
(the gazebo is visible on the left).

Revisited March 28, 2015:



 With the parking lot visible to the right.

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