Last year's winner, competitive Chicago eater Patrick Bertoletti, set a record, eating 444 wings — four more than Wing Bowl 22 champ Molly Schuyler and 81 wings more than the previous high mark Schuyler set in 2014.
Both Bertoletti and Schuyler headline this year's contest. When asked what people can expect from him at Wing Bowl 24, Fritzsche answered the question with one word — pain.
"Last year’s winner ate 444 wings. You could give me months to race an Olympic swimmer, but there is no amount of training I can do to compete against that Olympic swimmer. There's no way I can compete against these professional eaters."
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John and Viola Robak.
Marcie attended Airport High School later earning her diploma. She would marry Leroy “Bud” Schuyler at the Carleton Evangelical Church on July 21, 1951. A Maybee resident for forty years she resided in Monroe the past eight years. Marcie worked at the McDonald’s on Telegraph Road both cooking and serving customers for fifteen years, retiring in 1990.
She was a founding and present member of the Carleton Community Baptist Church in the Carleton Scofield area. She loved all children and was a Sunday School Teacher and Treasurer at the church.
Marcie had a talent for making wedding cakes, sewing, crocheting and knitting. She loved to make afghans for her grandchildren. She also had a passion for oil painting flowers and landscapes, but her masterpieces were portraits of her beloved grandchildren. When Marcie was not busy doing any of the above, she could be found at the casinos.
Marcella, 81, of Monroe, passed away at FountainView on Tuesday, January 5, 2016. In addition to her parents her passing was preceded by her grandparents and her beloved husband of thirty-five years in 1986.
To cherish her memory she leaves a son: Gary of Phoenix, Arizona; four daughters: Pamela Batyik of Carleton; Gerry (Randall) Homrich of Maybee; Brenda (Kevin) Rath ... http://www.monroenews.com/news/2016/jan/08/marcella-marcie-janet-schuyler/