NCM - Our Bricks

Our Club and some of our members have purchased commerorative bricks at the National Corvette Museum at Bowling Green, Kentucky. We encourage members to contribute to this worthwhile way of memorializing themselves and their Corvettes while supporting the Museum.

CJCC's brick at the National Corvette Museum, Located in Section 50 of the NCM Walk of Fame
CJCC Charter Members Rick and Rae Artz's brick at the National Corvette Museum
CJCC Master Ambassador Bruce C's brick located in Section 61.5 at the National Corvettte Museum
CJCC Member Russ Stroh's brick for his previous Corvettelocated in Section 79 at the National Corvette Museum
CJCC Members Russ Stroh's and son-in-law Umair Akhter's bricks at the National Corvette Museum celebrating their C4 and C7 Corvettes located at HEX4C in front of the Museum Store.
Memorial brick for deceased Club member, former Vice President and our "King of the Impromptu Cruises", Al Tone located indoors on Corvette Boulevard.

Johann (John) Franz Levinski, age 74, died April 18th, 2021 in Hillsborough, NJ. John was born July 3, 1946 in Munich, Germany. His father was an American Army soldier during World War II and met John’s mother after the war. They moved to America when John was 3 years old and resided in New Brunswick, NJ.