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John Worm at Kovac’s Inauguration

John Worm, unsung hero of the Milwaukee Renaissance, introduced me to Nik Kovac a couple of years ago at Einstein’s on Downer, across the street from the popcorn wagon where now stands the Parking Lot Behemoth. Nik had gone to Riverside High and been good friends with John’s son Andrew. I was very impressed with Nik’s fine mind and graceful energy. He was very much like a number of sons and daughters of the greater eastside from the highway to the Lake I have met since about 1970: very, very bright and open to life as an adventure in the way. I let him know I hoped to contribute toward his spending as much time as appropriate in our fair city.

Eager Office Desk Happy to Serve Kovac’s Great Work

Here is the desk that will offer its services for Nik’s great work at the Common Council!

First Time at Council Chamber Desk

We will be tracking Nik’s work at this location!

Happy Family & Friends!

Rising Up to Meet Council Associates

Greeting Council President Hines

With Movement Leader Ruth Weil and
Two Men in Blue

Kovac to many is a kind of “Blond Obama”
at ease with all of God’s children and
competent to find common ground among
citizens from all walks of life.

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