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Mequon

(mĕk`wŏn), city (1990 pop. 18,885), Ozaukee co., SE Wis., a suburb of Milwaukee, on Lake Michigan and the Milwaukee River; est. 1846, inc. 1957. It has varied industries. A Catholic training center, a Lutheran seminary, and an automotive museum are there.
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Since growing apples was, and still is, next to impossible in Texas, apple boxes, both empty and full of apples, were imported from places like Mequon, Wisconsin.
Over the past five years, the Mequon-Thiensville School District in Mequon, Wisconsin, has experienced five administrative changes, says Sarah Zelazoski, executive director of human capital at the district.
Titan Spine, located in Mequon, Wisconsin and Laichingen, Germany, markets a full line of Endoskeleton interbody devices featuring its proprietary textured surface in the US and portions of Europe through its sales force and a network of independent distributors.
welcomed new financial advisors Kim Giannone in Grand Junction, Colorado, with assets of $105 million and annual production of $1 million, and Brian Nethery in Mequon, Wisconsin, with assets of $140 million and production of $850,000.
A Wisconsin court came to a different conclusion in the case of Randal and Diane Strauss's home in Mequon, Wisconsin.
Donna completed her Parish Nursing training through Concordia University in Mequon, Wisconsin, in 1999.
Pukaite, of Mequon, Wisconsin died at the age of 68 on April 23, 2008 of cancer and other medical complications.
He began his career as an apprentice at Boder's on the River in Mequon, Wisconsin.
The author is an outdoor writer from Mequon, Wisconsin.
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Neil rounded the Camp Heartland Project after a personal experience with a family affected by AIDS in his local community of Mequon, Wisconsin.
But then in 1991, they met Neil Willenson in their home town of Mequon, Wisconsin.