Packers, Village of Ashwaubenon to dedicate 'Mike Aubinger Way' Friday

The public is invited


The Green Bay Packers and the Village of Ashwaubenon on Friday, July 20, at 12 noon will officially dedicate a roadway in Titletown as "Mike Aubinger Way" in honor of the late Ashwaubenon resident and former village president. The public is invited.

The private roadway in Titletown which runs east-west between Ridge Road and True Lane will have its street signs unveiled in a dedication that will be attended by Annette Aubinger, Aubinger's widow, Packers President/CEO Mark Murphy and Village of Ashwaubenon President Mary Kardoskee.

Aubinger, who passed away March 30, 2017, grew up in Ashwaubenon and was a lifelong community advocate who served the village and surrounding area in a number of public roles, including three terms as village president until his passing. He and his team at the village were instrumental in working with the Packers to bring the Titletown development from concept to reality.

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