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Officers

Meet the Wisconsin Corvette Club Board Members

Elected Officers

Bill Burkhart, President

Owning a corvette has always been a goal of mine which was fulfilled in 2017 when my wife and I purchased a 2016 C7 Stingray.  From casual driving to track time at Road America, I love every aspect of the cars elegance and performance.

Shortly after purchasing our corvette Lisa and I joined the Wisconsin Corvette Club. Being part of the club has introduced us to experiences we would not have participated in such as rallys, low-speed, autocross, and some pretty awesome social events. The best part though has been meeting and getting to know new friends.

Mike Thate, Vice President

As with most people, a Corvette was always a dream car of mine to own. I purchased my first one in 1981. I have owned several since then—currently co-owning both a 1992 and 2003 –both convertibles with 6 speed manual transmissions—my wife-Chris states it’s not a Sport Car without a stick. Chris gave me a membership to the Wisconsin Corvette Club as a birthday present many years ago.

Since joining WCC, I have held various positions in the Club both as an officer and chairperson of different committees. WCC offers its members many ways to enjoy their Corvettes. But the best thing about the Club in my opinion is the friendships I have made with others club members. I would not have met these people without being a member—it is amazing how a love of a Car can bring people together.

Sabrina Milewski, Secretary

Sabrina’s bio is coming soon.

Doug Grelk, Treasurer

Doug’s bio is coming soon.

Board Members

Fred Sievert

Ed Day

Even as a teenager, I was always interested in muscle cars with my first car being a 1969 Camaro Z28. My wife and I purchased our first Corvette, a 1967 Stingray convertible, in 1999 and added to our family in 2015 a 2012 Grand Sport.    Currently, we have all 3 cars.   We love the Corvette for its high performance, great style, and its ability to drive almost anywhere.

Shortly after buying the Grand Sport, we joined the Wisconsin Corvette Club.  One of the best things about being a Corvette owner is the comradery amongst fellow Corvette owners.  The international hello and respect sign is the “wave “as you meet another Corvette while driving.  At WCC, if another member is in need, the club steps up and offers support in whatever form is needed to help that person.  WCC is truly about cars and lifelong friendships.   Borrowing a phrase from NCCC, we come for the cars and stay for the people.

Rocky Schatschneider

Rocky’s bio is coming soon.

Lisa Prahl

Lisa’s bio is coming soon.

Steve Heine

Steve’s bio is coming soon.