Green Bay Packers honored RPCV Dan Krause (Kenya) during Sunday’s game

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Packers honored RPCV Dan Krause during Sunday’s game against the Bears


The Green Bay Packers and Network Health paid special tribute to U.S. Army veteran Daniel Krause during Sunday afternoon’s game against the Chicago Bears for ‘Operation Fan Mail.’

Operation Fan Mail, the program that recognizes military families and veterans at each Packers home game, marked its 17th season this year.


After Krause graduated from high school, he joined the U.S. Army as a medic. He went on to graduate with honors from UW-Stevens Point. He also served in the Peace Corps (Kenya 1992-994) and graduated from law school at New York University, where he also earned a master’s degree in philosophy. He then practiced law for the Menominee and Oneida tribes, then opened his own law office in Shawano, Wis.


He served for a total of 31 years, serving in the Army as a medic from 1986 until 1988, then in the Army National Guard from 1988 until 1992. He went on to be a JAG officer in the Army Reserves from 2000 until 2016, where he was mobilized on active duty in 2005 and 2010. Krause now lives and practices law in Oregon, Wis.


Krause (second from right in photo above) attended the game with his girlfriend, Chen Greuel (right), his daughter, Jane Siambrone (second from left), and her boyfriend, Lawson Machovec (left).


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  • What an amazing life of service and contribution! I love reading the detailed bios on the site, and one such as Dan’s is inspiring and a reminder of the extraordinary organization that we’re a part of.

  • The Green Bay connection stirred up forgotten memories of PCV Mark Raymaker (Tanzania 1965-67). Mark was from Green Bay, and his father had been on the Board of Directors of the Packers in those days. Mark disappeared while on a medical project in Tanzania. No trace of him was ever found and he was presumed dead. He would have enjoyed that Packers win yesterday and their move into the playoffs next week.

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