Uncle Joe Yoder passed away on January 19th of this year. As Aunt Dee said in her letter to me, “Joe was a genuine 1919.” The front license plate of his convertible read “1919.” His email address included 1919. Joe kept the CW calendar on his desk and always enjoyed reading the newsletter and remembered so many of the campers. Joe’s dedication in Arts and Crafts, his attention to detail, and his creative way of engaging campers are all hallmarks of Joe’s years at camp. Joe and Dee were both fixtures at camp in the late 1990’s and early 2000’s. At the Council Ring, whether he was spinning a yarn of his own or reading a Paul Harvey story, campers and counselors alike would await his ending words: “And now you know the rest of the story.” Uncle Joe was a fun-loving, caring, and resourceful counselor who understood the essence of Winnebago, and worked hard to share that with others, both at camp and during the offseason.