Dana Walk was an active member of the Pewaukee Chapter of Walleyes for Tomorrow and unfortunately lost is life in the Miller/Coors shooting. The first “fish Sticks” (Woody Structure) installed in Southeaster Wisconsin was placed off Walks Island with the permission of his father Leo. Dana donated a big Oak tree and was there to help set the woody structure. Dana looked forward to and was ready to talk fishing at every WFT Pewaukee chapter meeting. When it came to building and installing the fish cribs, he always showed up with some Miller beverages and was ready to help. Although he probably talked more than doing the physical work, talking about fishing made the work seem more like fun. The fishing stories, the joking and the harassing is part of the comradery the club brings to each other….it’s what the club is all about.
Please come honor Dana, his wife Dori, his son Andy, and his daughters Melanie and Michelle at this event.
Raise a glass and toast Dana, tell some jokes, share a fishing stories and maybe even win a prize.
See you at the Lake!
– from all the members of The Pewaukee Chapter of Walleyes for Tomorrow!!
Hug your wife more, hug your kids more, laugh more, smile more and be a nicer person…