The Kraemer Story
My name is Frank. 33 years after selling my 1964 Corvette at the age of 18, my wife, Barbara, and I decided it was time to add a Corvette to our family. After all, our children were grown, and although the grandchildren kept us busy, we felt that we needed to find a hobby to share in order to spend some quality time together. So, we tried golf. However, that didn't work out. Purchasing a Corvette and attending Corvette shows seemed like the natural solution!
The Johnson Story
My name is Charles and I am very proud to be part of a Corvette family. I am blessed with a great wife and two awesome sons. My wife, Karen, just recently purchased a 2004 black Corvette, my oldest son Chuck owns a 2003 electron blue Z06, my youngest son Jeremy, currently owns a 1998 torch red Corvette and I own a 1998 sebring silver Corvette. In addition to that, my sister-in-law, Marilyn and her husband Larry also own two 1984 Corvettes and frequently spend “Corvette family time” with us.
The Yoes Story
My name is Darryl Yoes and like many men of my age, I grew up with a passion for Corvettes. I like them all, but have always had a fondness for the mid ‘70s cars as they were the ones that I dreamed of owning as a teenager. I’m fortunate not only to have two Corvettes now, but to share the Corvette passion with my father and my son.
The Shotwell Story
My name is Joe Shotwell and although I have always had a passion for
cars, the Corvette started my sickness. When I was 8 years old my Dad,
Joe Sr., purchased a new Corvette Stingray, 4-speed with both hardtop
and convertible tops. He still has the car sitting in his garage with