Dairy Queen No More 01-21-14
Photos by John Ehlke
Don Schuster helps his son, Garrett, 9, fill up his twist cone after school at the Dairy Queen on Main St. in West Bend on Wednesday afternoon. Don met his wife, Ashley, while working at a Dairy Queen in Grafton. The two married and have been so for the past nine years.  The Schuster family owned and operated the two Dairy Queen locations in West Bend. After almost seven years of service they will be both closing.  The outside of the Dairy Queen on Wildwood road in West Bend on Wednesday afternoon. The Schuster family owned and operated the two Dairy Queen locations in West Bend. After almost seven years of service they will be both closing.  Amy Schuster ducks under her husband, Dan, as he looks to place another burger patty on the grill at the Dairy Queen on Main St. in West Bend on Wednesday afternoon. The Schuster family owned and operated the two Dairy Queen locations in West Bend. Dan and Amy met while both working at a Dairy Queen in Grafton. They have been married for nine years. After almost seven years of service they will be both closing. "The thing I will miss most is working together," said Ashley. Plaques from the different Dairy Queen sponsored teams hanging on the walls at the Dairy Queen on Main St. in West Bend on Wednesday afternoon. The Schuster family owned and operated the two Dairy Queen locations in West Bend. After almost seven years of service they will be both closing.  A thank you card from students at Saint Frances Cabrini to the Schuster and Dairy Queen employees hanging on the wall at the Dairy Queen on Main St. in West Bend on Wednesday afternoon. The Schuster family owned and operated the two Dairy Queen locations in West Bend. After almost seven years of service they will be both closing.
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