FVSC Annual Banquet – Steak Fry
1 – 7 pm Sunday, April 28, 2019
Whiting Boat House address is 98th Fifth St. in Neenah, WI 54956 (Behind Theda Clark Hospital next to the boat landing on the Fox River)
1:00 pm Doors open and appetizers,
3:00 pm Speaker,
5:00 pm Dinner,
5:30 – 6:00 pm Door prizes / Guessing games
The cost for non-members is $15.00 each and for FVSC members is $5.00 each.
(Payable at the door, cash or check only)
Check out separate posting for dish to pass sign up sheet.
Presentation Title: Arch work on the Ocean Wave and Daniel Lyons
Speaker Bio: Kimm Stabelfeldt
Kimm and his wife Karen have three grown children; all married and are currently experiencing Grandchildren.
Karen passed away 1/29/15 after a 15 year battle with breast cancer.
Kimm Stabelfeldt held one of the largest private collections of Great Lakes books and ephemera in Wisconsin, which he donated to the Wisconsin Historical Soc. recently and is the author of five popular Great Lakes dive guides. His work has been published in numerous periodicals.
He was a director of the Great Lakes Shipwreck Research Foundation, Inc. for 15 years which organized the annual Ghost Ships Festival in Milwaukee, until Karen became very sick.
He is the director of Great Lakes Shipwreck Archeology. The Great Lakes Shipwreck Archeology is a self-supporting group doing underwater Archeology work on Great Lakes Shipwrecks, working with volunteer divers interested in archeology on shipwrecks in the Great Lakes.
A divemaster and advanced trimix diver, he is the president of Adventure Diving, Inc., a Great Lakes shipwreck dive charter service. He spends his summers doing Shipwreck Underwater Archeology in the Great Lakes, and has assisted the History Channel with two programs for Deep Sea Detectives on the Great Lakes.
Kimm has worked with the Clive Cussler research group a number of times.
Kimm also is a Director of Heal the Children of Wisconsin.
Kimm holds degrees in Business and Computer Science.
Kimm was President of DBD Consultants Retired now an executive business consultant company.
When not working or diving, he spends his time on his Harley.
Kimm served with the U.S. Army from 1970 to 1977 reaching the rank of Sergeant First Class (E7).