Illiana Lancers

Chicago, IL United States
Founded: 1963

Inactive Junior

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"The Illiana Lancers Drum & Bugle Corps, located on the Southeast side of Chicago, between the Calumet River and the Indiana State line, organized in 1963 as a parade corps.
In 1974, the Lancers became a competitive field corps and its membership has now grown to about 75.
The Lancers have performed throughout the Midwestern United States and Canada. They are an independent corps and generate the largest portion of their expense money through various fund raising activities and membership dues.
Music selections for this season are; From Mighty Oaks, Dust in the Wind, Night in the City, and medley of House of the Rising Sun and Don't Let me be Misunderstood."
[From the 1980 DCM Championship Souvenir Program]

Members (18)

Member Name Section Years Involved
Baker, Russell Brass 1984
Barczak, Ted French Horn 1982 to 1983
Bikar, Pam Color Guard 1978 to 1981
Dusek, Jack Soprano 1972 to 1980
Fischer, Deb flag & horn 1979 to 1981
Foster, Jim Horns 1983 to 1986
Foster, Jim Horn 1983 to 1986
Lawrence, Mary Brass 1979 to 1981
Leddin, G. Patrick Horn Line 1984 to 1985
Leonard, Jim soprano,drum major 1982 to 1983
Mallon, John J. Percussion 1982 to 1985
Moreno, Lou Sop 1979
Moreno, Lou Sop/Bari/Contra 1980 to 1983
Saliga, Chris soprano, 81; baritone, 82 & 84; contra 83 1981 to 1994
Schmitt, JoAnne Color Guard 1977 to 1979
Skitz Nickerson, Kim Horns 1977 to 1979
tracy, patti honor guard/horns 1977 to 1980
Wichowski (-Hill), Lisa Mary brass 1982 to 1983

CORPS 3 items

Illiana Lancers

IllianaLancers,Chicago,IL,Pin1-DonQuixote(RE-2.25)J_U_S from the Richard Elmquist Collection
Illiana Lancers

IllianaLancers,Chicago,IL,Pin2-B&YStripe(eBay)J_U_S from the Richard Elmquist Collection
Illiana Lancers

IllianaLancers,Chicago,IL,Pin3-DonQuixoteBooster(GBA)J_U_S from the Richard Elmquist Collection


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