Brookfield, Wisconsin

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U.S. death_date DATE OF BIRTH 1839-12-12 PLACE OF BIRTH Brookfield, Wisconsin, U.S. (United States) DATE OF DEATH 1924-04-20 Herzing University campuses are located in Akron, Ohio (known as the Akron Institute of Herzing University); Atlanta, Georgia; Birmingham, Alabama; Brookfield, Wisconsin; Kenosha, Wisconsin; Madison


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Matthews , baseball player * Al McGuire, former NCAA basketball coach and commentator (lived in Brookfield toward the end of his life) * Fritz Mollwitz, MLB player * Brad Nortman, NFL punter (Punter (football)) * Leslie Osborne, Honda Sports Award (top NCAA women's soccer player) winner (2004) and current member of the Women's Professional Soccer team, Boston Breakers (Boston Breakers (WPS)), and the United States women's national soccer team * Joe


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Fleming (missionary) Peter Fleming ; Walter Liefeld, NT professor at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School; the late preacher Dr. Harry A. Ironside, who wrote the, ''Historical Sketch of the Brethren Movement.'' Radio personality Garrison Keillor was raised among the Plymouth Brethren, whom he sometimes refers to as the, "sanctified brethren," in his News from "Lake Wobegon" monologues. Peter Maiden, the current leader of Operation Mobilization, also came


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from Brookfield East High School. He graduated from the University of Wisconsin–Madison in 1983. While attending the school, Kanavas worked as an aide to Congressman Jim Sensenbrenner. Kanavas subsequently attended Pepperdine University's school of law. '''Matthew Charles Katula''' (born August 22, 1982 in Brookfield, Wisconsin) is an American football long snapper for the Minnesota Vikings of the National Football League. He was signed by the Baltimore Ravens as undrafted free agent in 2005. He played college football at Wisconsin (Wisconsin Badgers football). '''Brookfield Central High School''' is a comprehensive public secondary school located in the city of Brookfield (Brookfield, Wisconsin), Wisconsin. It is a sister school to Brookfield East High School, also located in Brookfield. The high school is administered by the Elmbrook School District, which operates nine schools in Brookfield and Elm Grove, Wisconsin. The band's sound has progressed over their several self-produced albums, but has deep roots in modern folk and indie rock. Many of A Hot Pneumonic's songs include acoustic guitar with barely any other instruments. Most were recorded at Nick Votto's Sun Setter Studios in Brookfield, Wisconsin, except ''apartment songs...'' which was recorded in Votto's apartment in Shorewood, Wisconsin, and the spattering of recordings Nick did while living in Phoenix, AZ. - 18 Brookfield (Brookfield, Wisconsin) 37,920 38,649 City (Political_subdivisions_of_Wisconsin#City) Waukesha (Waukesha County, Wisconsin) -


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operates nine schools in Brookfield and Elm Grove, Wisconsin. The band's sound has progressed over their several self-produced albums, but has deep roots in modern folk and indie rock. Many of A Hot Pneumonic's songs include acoustic guitar with barely any other instruments. Most were recorded at Nick Votto's Sun Setter Studios in Brookfield, Wisconsin, except ''apartment songs...'' which was recorded in Votto's apartment in Shorewood, Wisconsin, and the spattering of recordings Nick did while living in Phoenix, AZ. - 18 Brookfield (Brookfield, Wisconsin) 37,920 38,649 City (Political_subdivisions_of_Wisconsin#City) Waukesha (Waukesha County, Wisconsin) -


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) before statehood, mother of famed author Laura Ingalls Wilder, and subject of the book ''Little House in Brookfield'', one of the ''Little House'' series * Ken Jungels, MLB player * Ted Kanavas, Wisconsin State Senate * Matt Katula, NFL player * Joe Kuether, professional poker player * Robert Andrew "Bob" Long (Bob Long) Wide receiver for Green Bay Packers during Vince Lombardi era * Arie Luyendyk, two-time Indianapolis 500 winner * Eddie Matthews, baseball player * Al McGuire, former NCAA basketball coach and commentator (lived in Brookfield toward the end of his life) * Fritz Mollwitz, MLB player * Brad Nortman, NFL punter (Punter (football)) * Leslie Osborne, Honda Sports Award (top NCAA women's soccer player) winner (2004) and current member of the Women's Professional Soccer team, Boston Breakers (Boston Breakers (WPS)), and the United States women's national soccer team * Joe Panos, football player for the Philadelphia Eagles, and Buffalo Bills * Martin P. Robinson, puppeteer for Telly Monster, Mr. Snuffleupagus and Slimey who has performed on Sesame Street since 1980; graduate of Brookfield East High School * Richie Sexson, retired MLB player lived here when he played for the Milwaukee Brewers * Paul Spaeth, noted composer and musician * Joe Thomas (Joe Thomas (American football)), football player for the Cleveland Browns * Frank Urban, Wisconsin State Assembly * John M. Young, Wisconsin State Assembly Sister cities Brookfield has one sister city: * 20px France (Image:Flag of Germany.svg) Seligenstadt See also * 2012 Azana Spa shootings * 2005 Living Church of God shooting (Terry_Ratzmann#Shooting) * Milwaukee Electric Tool Corporation References '''Matthew Charles Katula''' (born August 22, 1982 in Brookfield, Wisconsin) is an American football long snapper for the Minnesota Vikings of the National Football League. He was signed by the Baltimore Ravens as undrafted free agent in 2005. He played college football at Wisconsin (Wisconsin Badgers football). '''Brookfield Central High School''' is a comprehensive public secondary school located in the city of Brookfield (Brookfield, Wisconsin), Wisconsin. It is a sister school to Brookfield East High School, also located in Brookfield. The high school is administered by the Elmbrook School District, which operates nine schools in Brookfield and Elm Grove, Wisconsin. The band's sound has progressed over their several self-produced albums, but has deep roots in modern folk and indie rock. Many of A Hot Pneumonic's songs include acoustic guitar with barely any other instruments. Most were recorded at Nick Votto's Sun Setter Studios in Brookfield, Wisconsin, except ''apartment songs...'' which was recorded in Votto's apartment in Shorewood, Wisconsin, and the spattering of recordings Nick did while living in Phoenix, AZ. - 18 Brookfield (Brookfield, Wisconsin) 37,920 38,649 City (Political_subdivisions_of_Wisconsin#City) Waukesha (Waukesha County, Wisconsin) -


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. He quickly became active in both the free jazz and no wave punk rock scenes.His first band in New York in 1976 was an instrumental quartet with violin, drums and bass called Flaming Youth. After studying for a short time under David Murray, Chance formed The Contortions, who fused jazz improvisation and funk rhythms, with live shows often ending in violence when Chance would confront audience members. ref name "Strong" >

; The Contortions reached a wider audience with their contribution to the Brian Eno-compiled ''No New York'' collection of No Wave acts. In addition to the residential college, OU has adult campuses in Overland Park, Kansas; Phoenix (Phoenix, Arizona) and Chandler, Arizona; Brookfield, Wisconsin; and Jeffersonville, Indiana. Shrinky Dinks were invented in 1973 by two housewives of Brookfield (Brookfield, Wisconsin), Wisconsin


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Games Olympic bronze medalist in (speedskating) * Tom Dougherty, MLB player * Arpad Elo, inventor of the Elo rating system for chess, professor at Marquette University * Susan Engeleiter, former Administrator of the Small Business Administration * Matthew Felker, actor, model, and writer * Aubrey Foard, Charlotte Symphony Orchestra principal Tuba.


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Brookfield . Hagen was the youngest of the three sons of Gwen Hagen, a visual artist, writer and advertising executive who studied creative writing with Mari Sandoz and enjoyed a successful advertising career as Creative Director (Creative director) of ''Exclusively Yours'' Magazine and Earl Hagen (an attorney). Hagen began composing prolifically in 1974, when his older brother gave him a recording and score of Benjamin Britten's ''Billy Budd (Billy Budd (opera))''. Two years later, at the age of fifteen, he conducted the premiere of his first orchestral work, '''Matthew Charles Katula''' (born August 22, 1982 in Brookfield, Wisconsin) is an American football long snapper for the Minnesota Vikings of the National Football League. He was signed by the Baltimore Ravens as undrafted free agent in 2005. He played college football at Wisconsin (Wisconsin Badgers football). '''Brookfield Central High School''' is a comprehensive public secondary school located in the city of Brookfield (Brookfield, Wisconsin), Wisconsin. It is a sister school to Brookfield East High School, also located in Brookfield. The high school is administered by the Elmbrook School District, which operates nine schools in Brookfield and Elm Grove, Wisconsin. The band's sound has progressed over their several self-produced albums, but has deep roots in modern folk and indie rock. Many of A Hot Pneumonic's songs include acoustic guitar with barely any other instruments. Most were recorded at Nick Votto's Sun Setter Studios in Brookfield, Wisconsin, except ''apartment songs...'' which was recorded in Votto's apartment in Shorewood, Wisconsin, and the spattering of recordings Nick did while living in Phoenix, AZ. - 18 Brookfield (Brookfield, Wisconsin) 37,920 38,649 City (Political_subdivisions_of_Wisconsin#City) Waukesha (Waukesha County, Wisconsin) -


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. He quickly became active in both the free jazz and no wave punk rock scenes.His first band in New York in 1976 was an instrumental quartet with violin, drums and bass called Flaming Youth. After studying for a short time under David Murray, Chance formed The Contortions, who fused jazz improvisation and funk rhythms, with live shows often ending in violence when Chance would confront audience members. ref name "Strong" >

Brookfield, Wisconsin

'''Brookfield''' is a city located in Waukesha County (Waukesha County, Wisconsin), Wisconsin, United States. It had a population of 37,920 in the 2010 census. Brookfield is the third largest city in Waukesha County.

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