When Harold Hoelzle was a boy, his family would visit the Caseville area as often as possible to escape the stresses of everyday life. His father was a salesman for a large corporation, and they lived in various parts of the Midwest, including Flint, Toledo, Cleveland and Kalamazoo. They owned a cottage on the shore of Saginaw Bay, on property that had been in the family for generations, and have strong ties to the community.
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