Sauve
Sauve

MARINETTE — Ted Sauve, a long-time resident of the City of Marin-ette who has served as a Marinette County Board member for over 40 years, will be the parade marshal for the 8th annual Logging and Heritage Festival, which will be held Saturday and Sunday. Sauve, who is currently serving on many committees, including the new development committee and was the county board chairman from 1984 to 1992, was chosen by the festival committee for his community service and positive government leadership. He has been married to his wife, Agnes, for 64 years and is the father of three sons, grandfather of five and great-grandfather of three. 

Sauve’s resume of service and recognition spans many years and includes his service in the armed forces in the Korean War; as an entrepreneur as a self-employed businessman and former owner of the Marinette Inn Motel; a consumers’ representative and supervisor for Scott Paper Co., now Kimberly-Clark; an active and dedicated member of the Marinette Police and Fire Commission, the Marinette Youth Baseball, the M&M Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, the Marinette and Menominee Water Rescue, UW Colleges and UW-Extension Board of Visitors, the United Way, the American Legion and the Holy Family Church and choir; a committed blood donor to the Red Cross and has been cited for Outstanding Government Service in “Who’s Who” and Gov. Tommy Thompson and was the recipient of an Honorary Life Member Award from the Marinette Menominee Area Chamber of Commerce. 

As parade marshal, Sauve will lead this year’s parade down Main Street Sunday beginning at noon. He encourages all residents to be a part of their community and “… make our county and city a little bit better place to live.”