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A-Max Home Inspections, LLC
151 Tigers Den Ct.
Wrightstown, WI
54180

 
Ryan Amundson

PROFESSIONAL HOME INSPECTOR, QUALITY HOME INSPECTIONS
As a Wisconsin-licensed home inspector and member of the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI), I represent the best-trained and most highly qualified home inspectors in the business.

http://amaxhomeinspections.com/
920-309-2073
American Legion Post 436
924 Main St.
Wrightstown, WI 54180

Mailing address

American Legion Post 436
P.O. Box 26
Wrightstown, WI  54180

Contact: Butch Van Rossum
Phone- 920-532-5542
E-mail:  post436@yahoo.com

Serving weekly Friday Fish Fry and Monthly Steak Fry

920-532-5542
Auxiliary Unit 436
924 Main St.
Wrightstown, WI 54180

Mailing Address:

Auxiliary Unit 436
P.O. Box 26
Wrightstown, WI  54180

Contact: Butch Van Rossum
Phone: 920-532-5542
E-mail:  post436@yahoo.com

Serving weekly Friday Fish Fry and Monthly Steak Fry

920-532-5542
Cotter Funeral and Cremation Care
711 Main St.
Wrightstown, WI 54180

Cotter Funeral and Cremation Care

Mike Cotter President / Funeral Director & Owner

Matt Cotter Vice President / Funeral Director & Owner

https://www.cotterfuneralhome.com/
920-532-4366
Dick’s Family Foods
400 High Street
Wrightstown WI 54180

Family Owned Since 1908!
Dick’s Family Foods is a fourth generation, family owned business.  We have been a part of the Wrightstown community since 1908.  The business was started by John Vanden Wymelenberg, who came  to America on May 21st, 1857. In 1908 John bought a general store and hardware store, on the corner of Broadway and Main, from a village resident named F. X. Nelessen. John operated the store and raised a family of eleven children. In 1921 one of his sons, Elzear, purchased the operation.  Elzear ran both stores until the 1940’s when he sold the hardware store to Peter Lamers, his brother in law, keeping the general store.  Elzear raised a family of 6 children, and operated the general store until 1964 when his son Richard (Dick) bought it from him.  Dick then moved the operation to 615 Main St., the site of the current Subway and library mall.  Dick raised a family of ten children, and operated the store as sole proprietor until 1989 when he incorporated and added shareholders: sons Rick and John.  On St. Patrick’s Day in 1993, Rick and John purchased all the Dick’s stock and became the owners of Dick’s Family Foods Inc.

http://dicksfamilyfoods.com/