Historic Water Tower Neighborhood’s annual holiday party on Nov. 30 drew 125 members to a fantastic evening in one of Milwaukee’s most beautiful historic homes.
In addition to the great socializing, food and libations, party-goers were treated to an inside peak at member Andy Nunemaker’s gorgeous and festively decorated Terrace Avenue mansion.
The party was a huge success thanks to the hard work of many members, including Lise Sadagopan, who coordinated the event, Sandra McSweeney, Laurel Maney, Donna Neal, Adrian Zilvetti, Gina Spang, Thea Kovac, Mary Beth Geraci, Toby Reynolds, Mary Kelley and, of course, gracious host Andy Nunemaker.
A recent Milwaukee Magazine article showed Andy’s house in full holiday decoration for a Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra benefit. If you couldn’t attend our party, check out these pictures from the magazine.
The party was covered by “Boris and Doris on the Town” in the Shepherd Express newspaper. Boris and Doris wrote:
Historic Water Tower Neighborhood members got into the holiday spirit at a beautiful house party held at the stately manse of the organization’s past president, Andy Nunemaker. In addition to current president, Foley & Lardner attorney Lloyd Dickinson, other former presidents on hand were Pat Van Alyea with her daughter Stephanie, Fran and Mary Wasielewski, John Bach, Mike Benton, Jeff Bentoff and his wife, Julie Penman, Sandra McSweeney with her husband, Marc, and David Remstad, NML’s chief actuary. Pat Small and his sister Virginia also attended, along with David Rubin and Peter and Thea Kovac.
A big thanks from HWTN to all our members who attended and to those who volunteered their time and talent to help make this party the neighborhood holiday event of the year!