Fremont, Indiana is Middle America, quaint, historic. patriotic.
If you’re a history buff, a real history buff then you love cemeteries.
It’s another day Bethel United Methodist Church on Lima Road.
Most days you’ll find sculptor Mary Pat Wallen in her Warsaw studio, nudging handfuls of hot wax into progressively human figures.
It’s called the best kept secret in Northern Indiana, the Salamonie River State Forest just south of Lagro.
St. Andrews Catholic Church on New Haven Avenue, majestic, inspirational and doomed.
There are endless ways to learn at the Allen County Public Library, books, magazines, DVD’s.
At 95 years old, Dan Levernier is frail and and a little hard of hearing, but make no mistake. 75 years ago Dan Levernier was a soldier, fierce… and deadly.
It opened its doors in 1923 and over the next sixty years Fort Wayne’s International Harvester truck plant would churn out one-and-a-half million vehicles from America’s earliest workhorses to wartime fighting machines to legendary four wheelers.
Any list of movers and shakers who built Fort Wayne from scratch will have this man’s name near the top.