Links & Projects

Singing
My brother Marty and I enjoy singing together. We've been doing it for years, but 5 years ago we started singing at local events. We have a great time with the guys in our group. They are very talented folks. Here is a link to a few of the hundreds of songs we now do Heuer Brothers and Friends

Algoma High School Website
In 2004, I started a simple website for our 40th class reunion.  Well that project has turned into a passion for my brother Marty and I.  What started as a simple website for Algoma High School (AHS) graduating class site is now full-blown history of Algoma High School starting in 1895 with a list of all graduates from AHS, and PDF copies of all AHS annuals.  It is a one of a kind website that has taken hundreds of hours to put together.  My brother deserves a lot of credit for the scanning of these annuals and cleaning up thousands of pages where people had scribbled their notes of graduation congratulations.  Visit Algoma High School here

Genealogy
Our family completed about a 10 year genealogy project that resulted in a book titled "Pioneers of Ahnapee (Algoma, Wisconsin). This 1054 page book with 703 images has a great historical section devoted to Kewaunee County and of course spans generations of Heuer's from Pommern, Prussia in the early 1700's through the immigation and up to the year of 2000. This project was primarily driven by my Mother, Gertrude M. Heuer, my oldest brother, Marty Heuer, my sister, Diane Piette with each person delivering on various parts of the book, research, writing, editing, publishing and the like. I did the website and you can view the entire project online here:   Heuer Family

My mother's maiden name was Zimmermann and her ancestors were from Schwaendi, Canton Glarus, Switzerland. Her grandparents immigrated in the mid-1800s and settled in the Ahnapee area, about one mile from the Heuer farm.  Information on this Zimmerman Family can be found here, Zimmermann Family of Ahnapee (Algoma, WI)

Kewaunee County NewsThe County Times, headquartered in Algoma is relatively a new weekly newspaper that is doing a great job of reporting on the happenings of Kewaunee County.  Kewaunee County News Source