MISSION STATEMENT

Graue Mill and Museum, an operating waterwheel grist mill and homestead, is dedicated to maintaining a bridge between past and present generations in the belief that understanding our history is vital to our future. The Museum provides programs -- for school children and others -- that include milling, spinning and weaving and living history presentations, as well as artifacts which illustrate the way of life of area residents between 1850 and 1890 and the impact mills such as Graue Mill had on our culture.

BOARD OF DIRECTORS
OFFICERS

President -- Bonnie Sartore
Vice President -- Rus Strahan
Treasurer -- James Pulsifer
Secretary -- Linda Lojewski

DIRECTORS

Thomas Doyle   Norma Neuswanger
Karin Janowski   Starr Pitsch
Mary Ann Kaufman   Virginia Reisner
Mary Claire Malloy   John Templeton
George Mueller   Glennette Turner
     
     

ADMINISTRATION
Executive Director & Director of Development -- Whitney Templeton, CFRE
Director of Operations -- Cathy Kolessar

OUR COMMUNITY PARTNERS
UNDERWRITERS (listed alphabetically)

Suzanne and David Arch
Mr. David P. Eller
The Grisemer Family Charitable Trust
Haney and Company, Ltd
The Huizenga Foundation.
Ms. Jean Janecek
Karin and Tim Janowski
Barbara and Howard Jones
Mrs. Nicholas A. Karris
Mary Ann and Mark Kaufman
Kramer Foods
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Krehbiel
La Cuisine Catering Company
George and Judy Mueller
Ms. Catherine Parks
Don & Virginia Reisner
Ms. Nancy E. Smerz
Sue and Frank Swan
Mr. and Mrs.John B. Templeton

SPONSORS

Fuller's Service Center

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Krehbiel
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Reisner
MB Bank                            
 

 

 

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The building and grounds are owned and maintained by the Forest Preserve District of DuPage County.
The museum is operated by the DuPage Graue Mill Corporation, a not-for-profit group.
 
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