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On a history note | Remember when a landmark family business in West Bend changed hands

West Bend, WI – On this holiday weekend we’re delving into our archives to relive some of the historic moments around West Bend and Washington County.  It was February 2017 when the Moehr family made the announcement.


“We are announcing as a family we’ve decided to sell our business Toucan Custard,” said Rebecca Moehr- Lambrecht. “It’s been a huge part of our life and a part of our heart for the past 27 years, and with our dad’s passing this year it feels fitting that the torch also be passed with Toucan.”

Al Moehr
Al Moehr

During a Friday morning gathering at Toucan, the Moehr girls discussed their decision while taking frequent breaks down memory lane about growing up as the daughters of Al Moehr and working at Toucan.

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“The frozen custard shop was our dad’s baby and it was a great part of our childhood,” said Jacquelyn Heise. “I’ve been here all 27 years.”

The sisters gathered that week for an update and to say “thanks to the community” for its support.


Click HERE to watch “Lights out at Toucan Custard.”



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