Charlie Taylor was always a ‘bigger than life individual’ to me. Over the years Charlie and Lois would never miss a Camp Courageous Breakfast or Cruisin’ For Camp or other events. Our paths would cross often each year…and Charlie would always have an adventure to tell me, that would fascinate me to no end.
The Vetter Family is one of the nicest families on this earth! Camp was saddened to hear of Bob’s death. Bob, and his wife, Nellie, and son, Dick (who is an exceptional Camp Courageous Camper) would leave their home in Muscatine at the wee hours of the morning in order to always be among the [...]
Camp’s sympathy goes out to Roger Sessler, along with family and friends, upon the passing of his wife, Theresa Sessler. Theresa was a wonderful supporter of Camp Courageous, where their son, Curtis, enjoyed many years as a camper.
Curtis passed away 6-years ago, after enjoying a wonderful evening DJing a huge dance at camp. Words [...]
Lynn Kobliska is still doing his majic at Camp Courageous… constantly bringing new friends together for the Camp. Camp was honored to have (L-R) Josh Solomon, and his mother, Judy, and her parents Jim & Kathy McLaughlin stop by to see the camp. Judy is a dear friend of Martha Kobliska. Josh is not able [...]
(L-R) Brian Ferentz, Kirk Ferentz and Bill Krause visited Camp Courageous in 2006, when Bill presented a check for bus to the camp…this was 25-years after Bill’s first visit in 1981.
Bill Krause was introduced to Camp Courageous 33-years ago through the Petroleum Marketers and Convenience Stores of Iowa. During that tour, [...]