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Lodi High School recognizes Bill and Carol Meehleis for contributions with name of gymnasium

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Posted: Friday, November 4, 2011 12:00 am | Updated: 5:43 am, Fri Nov 4, 2011.

Surrounded by friends and family, Bill and Carol Meehleis lifted the cover off a new plaque acknowledging the many contributions they have made to Lodi High School over the years.

The school’s gym, which was built in September 2008, will now be known as the Bill and Carol Meehleis Gymnasium. Principal Bob Lofsted led a ceremony, where teachers from different subject areas discussed how they have depended on the Meehleis family over the years.

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  • Jackson Scott posted at 6:04 pm on Fri, Nov 4, 2011.

    Jackson Scott Posts: 392

    Like every single company involved in the construction & building industry Meehleis Modular obviously had to reduce its work force. When the economy & building bounces back I'm sure hiring will resume at their facility.What a fine example these long time Lodian's have set for our community!Thank You Bill & Carol, and family!

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  • Gary Knackstedt posted at 2:31 pm on Fri, Nov 4, 2011.

    Gary Knackstedt Posts: 12

    The Meehleis family always supported myself and Coach Womble as we coached Track and Cross Country teams. I could always count on the Meehleis' for support while I was athletic director at LHS. Congratulations Meehleis Family!

  • Jaime Quesada posted at 8:29 am on Fri, Nov 4, 2011.

    Jaime Quesada Posts: 5

    The Meehleis family is a kind, generous, and loving family that has / continues to give back to the community unselfishly. It's no wonder that they are a successful bunch! Even with all of their success they remain humble, approachable, and grounded! Way to go Meehleis family...way to lead the way!



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