Sunday, October 23, 2005

Another Bell Tolls

Reggie Lisowski known the world over as THE CRUSHER, passed away on Saturday October 22,2005. Born on July 11th, 1928, he was 77 years old. Dawn Lisowski, Reggie's daughter called the club today to let us know. She said that her dad loved his time in the CAC and would frequently talk about his induction to the CAC honoree roll in Las Vegas.

The name Crusher became known all over the world and when he teamed with The Bruiser, the team of The Crusher and The Bruiser set the standards for years to come.
Countless young wrestlers called themselfs Crusher or Bruiser, but the was only one true CRUSHER, the man who made Milwaukee famous...REGGIE LISOWSKI He will be missed by all that knew him, a true pioneer in the world of professional wrestling.

A wake will be held in his home town of South Milwaukee on Thursday October 27th at the Molthen-Bell Funeral Home, 700 Milwaukee Ave in South Milwaukee. The funeral will be on Friday the 28th. More details can be found by calling the funeral home.

Friday, October 07, 2005

CAC Welcomes newest Board Member

The officers and Board of Directors this last week are happy to welcome to the Cauliflower Alley Club Board of Directors, Teddy Speas better known in the wrestling world as Morgan Dollar. Morgan has been a CAC member for several years and a life member for the last 3 years. During the past 2 years Morgan has had a yahoo chat group for the CAC reunions and has worked with the CAC web masters on our web site. During the last year Morgan has been the one that has had the main responsibility of the web site during the time our other web masters have been busy with their paying jobs.

Morgan was asked to help with the web site and has been a key factor in it's successs over the last year. he was nominated to the Board last week by the Executive Vice President Karl Lauer and received 100% approval vote from the Board members in a record 3 days. Needing only 14 votes to be elected he recived 23.

Morgan brings to the Board a sincere desire to keep the club principals and traditions and to bring the past and the future to a common ground. You can send Morgan a email at