Chairman of Sausage Supper Retires Dave Frueh, chairman of the annual sausage super at Salem United Church of Christ in Alhambra for the past nine years, has decided to retire. Dave was appointed in 1997, when Delmar Korsemeyer was president of the Churchmen’s Fellowship. Dave has done an exemplary job during the past years, but is ready to hand it over to someone else. The board thanks Dave for all his hard work. Dave, left, is pictured with Lewis Knackstedt, the current Churchmen’s Fellowship president, the group that sponsors the event.
Chairman of Sausage Supper Retires Dave Frueh, chairman of the annual sausage super at Salem United Church of Christ in Alhambra for the past nine years, has decided to retire. Dave was appointed in 1997, when Delmar Korsemeyer was president of the Churchmen’s Fellowship. Dave has done an exemplary job during the past years, but is ready to hand it over to someone else. The board thanks Dave for all his hard work. Dave, left, is pictured with Lewis Knackstedt, the current Churchmen’s Fellowship president, the group that sponsors the event.
Chairman of Sausage Supper Retires Dave Frueh, chairman of the annual sausage super at Salem United Church of Christ in Alhambra for the past nine years, has decided to retire. Dave was appointed in 1997, when Delmar Korsemeyer was president of the Churchmen’s Fellowship. Dave has done an exemplary job during the past years, but is ready to hand it over to someone else. The board thanks Dave for all his hard work. Dave, left, is pictured with Lewis Knackstedt, the current Churchmen’s Fellowship president, the group that sponsors the event.

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