Bill Weber was among one of Camp Courageous’ first supporters and first board members. About ten years later he was inducted as one of the camp’s first Honorary Board Members. Bill was asked in 1972 if he would help with the construction of the camp’s first five buildings, having had a solid back ground in construction and as the owner of Weber Stone. Bill quickly said yes, and became one of Camp’s greatest advocates. The main lodge, guest house, and two camper cabins were all stone structures. Bill lead by example, and his daughter, Joy, quickly followed in her Dad’s footsteps. After Bill’s passing in 1988, Joy joined the Camp’s Board of Directors and immersed herself into everything from baking fruitcakes to construction projects. Joy’s husband, Frank Deutmeyer, also followed in Bill’s footsteps by continuing to provide stone for a growing camp. Skip to the third generation, today Mike Deutmeyer, son of Frank and Joy, continues to provide stone for everything from the camp’s entrance to the new Durgin Pavilion. Bill would be so proud to see how his involvement, when Camp Courageous was just a dream, has inspired future generations of his family. Below Mike, Joy & Frank stopped by camp recently to see the latest improvements and reminisce on those original meetings in the ‘Guest House’, which was changed to housing for camp’s Program Directors in 1982.