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Stevens Point Mural Series, Most Influential Citizens
Stevens Point Mural Series - Our Most Influential Citizens Stevens Point's Ten Most Influential Citizens
Kelly Meredith painted the mural titled, "Stevens Point's Ten Most Influential Citizens" on the corner of Clark and
Strongs Ave. in 2008 to celebrate the City of Stevens Point's Sesquicentennial.
The individuals in this mural were voted the most influential because of their contributions to the city and people of Stevens Point.
The influence of these important people remains today. Their names can be found on street signs, buildings, and parks throughout Stevens Point.
1. Fred Schmeeckle (1893-1967) Fred Schmeeckle taught at UWSP when it was the Stevens Point Normal School, he created the first conservation education major there.
Schmeeckle reserve located on the north end of the UWSP campus is named after him.
UWSP in now considered one of the top conservation schools in the world, with many graduates scattered near and far improving the world we live in, including foresters Bob Crane, Nick Crane and several others at Woodland Management Service.
2. Jules Iverson (1857-1939) Jules Iverson was a jeweler and wealthy businessmen in Stevens Point and donated much of his wealth to ... more
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