Feddick, Frankland recognized for service to city
By Kris Leonhardt
MARSHFIELD — During the April 11 meeting of the Marshfield Common Council, Alanna Feddick and Terry Frankland were recognized for their service to the city.
Feddick will be stepping down as alderperson for the city’s Second District after 13 years of service on the common council. She was appointed to the position in 2004.
“It has been an amazing ride for me, and I am really grateful to have served the city,” said Feddick. “I also want to say (to) anybody out there, ‘Serve the city in this capacity.’”
Recently retired Marshfield Police Officer Nick Poeschel will fill Feddick’s seat following his win in the April 4 election, in which he ran unopposed.
Frankland was acknowledged for 19 years of service on the Police and Fire Commission, which he joined in 1998.
Frankland was congratulated by current Commission President and University of Wisconsin Marshfield/Wood County Dean Andy Koegh.
“In many ways Terry was the wise advisor to all of us on the commission,” stated Keogh. “What I particularly appreciated was his steady hand as we attempted to meet our responsibilities. He will be sorely missed as a member of the commission.”