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Allen, Edna (Dorsey)

2001 Unknown Newspaper; Mrs. Edna (Dorsey) Allen< /br> Hemet, California Age 81, passed away at her home on April 26, 2001 following a long illness. She is survived by her husband of 58 years , Howard; three sons: Daniel, San Diego; Robert and Steve, Idaho; two daughters: Mary, Reno, Nevada; Kathleen, Idaho; seven grandchildren, two great-grandchildren; three sisters: Inez Schroeder, Appleton; Anna Crowley, Green Bay; Irene Hopfensperger, Medesto, California; a brother, Robert, Shreveport, Louisiana. She was preceded in death by her parents: Tom and Colletta Dorsey, Route 3, Appleton; three brothers: Bud, Clifford and James; three sisters: Florence, Imelda and Margaret.

Anderson, Wolcott

2004 Appleton Post Crescent dated 6/18/2004; Anderson, Wolcott (Andy); < /br> Wolcott (Andy) Anderson, age 77, of Waupaca, Wisconsin, passed away Thursday, June 17th, 2004 at his residence. Mr. Anderson was born in Neenah, Wisconsin on March 12, 1927, he was the son of the late Wolcott Sr. and Alma (Blank) Anderson. On July 1, 1948 he married Joyce M. (Jansen) Anderson at St. John’s Catholic Church in Little Chute, Wisconsin.< /br> He was a member of St. Mary Magdalene Catholic Community Waupaca, Wisconsin. Andy served in the U.S. Navy Reserve from 1945 to 1946. He worked as an accountant for mechanical contractors. After retirement, Andy took a part time job with Pick ’N Save in Waupaca were he gained many special friends, both co-workers and customers. He enjoyed sailing, tennis, biking, cross country skiing, canoeing, hiking, scuba diving and snorkeling. He is survived by his wife, Joyce M. Anderson (Nee: Jansen), Waupaca; son, Bruce A. (Mary) Anderson, Manawa; daughter, Dawn M (Ron) Rohde, New London; daughter, Robin S. (Daryl) Nikolaus, Oshkosh; son, Bradley P. (Fiancé: Kathleen Monohan) Anderson, Raymond, NH; son, Brian T. (Sandi) Anderson, New London; foster son: Charles (Shaun) Kiesow, Mequon; foster son, Michael (Julie) Kiesow, Neenah; sisters-in-law: Delores Anderson-Kurtz, Fremont, CA.; Grace (Bruce) Schommer, Little Chute; Aunt: Virginia Anderson, Ripon, WI. thirteen grandchildren: Jon, Thomas and Maria, Lisa and Mark, Nicole, Casie, Jeremy, Joshua, John, Justina, Jacob and Emily; seven great-grandchildren: Cassie, Jordan, Allison, Madalyn, Nicholas, Ethan, & Andrew. He is also survived by nieces, nephews, cousins, neighbors and many special friends.< /br> Wolcott was preceded in death by grandson, Jason Rohde, brother, Roger Anderson, sister-in-law: Regina Ludwig, brother-in-law, Richard Ludwig.< /br> Memorial Service will be held at St. Mary Magdalene Catholic Community, Waupaca, Wisconsin. on Monday, June 21 at 11:00 A.M. with Reverend John Becker officiating. Visitation will be held on Monday at the church from 10-11 A.M. Interment of cremains will be at Oak Hill Cemetery Neenah, Wisconsin. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Portage County Hospice.< /br> The family would like to thank Portage County Hospice, Dr. Guenther, Dr. Whiteside, Dr. Ferrante, the staff of the oncology unit at Appleton Medical Center and Father John Becker for the excellent care given to Andy. < /br> Holly Funeral Home  526 S. Main St Waupaca, WI.. 54981

OBIT Missing  5/28/2004 Rialto, San Bernardino, CA.

Appel, Jean (Wilpolt)

2001 Jean Appel, 65, of Plover, died Jan 10, 2001 at her home. Services will be at 11 a.m. Monday at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, Plover. The Rev. Al Moen will officiate. Burial will be at Plover Cemetery. Visitation will be from 4-7 p.m. Sunday at the Jensen and Jinsky Funeral Home, Plover and from 10 a.m. until service time Monday at the church.< /br> Jean was born on May 16, 1935 in Wisconsin Rapids, to the late Harry and Ramona (Panter) Wilpolt. She was educated in Wisconsin Rapids schools. She was married on June 26, 1954. Jean worked as a housewife and homemaker. She enjoyed golfing, bowling, darts, children, crocheting and spending time with her grandchildren.< /br> Survivors include four sons, Michael, Orlando, Fla; Steve (Amy), Carlsbad, Calif; Daniel (Julie) Green Bay, and Kevin (Sharry), Oshkosh; one sister, Joan (Donald) Allen, Wisconsin Rapids; and four grandchildren, Jill, Kyle, David and Daniel.< /br> She was preceded in death by her stepfather, Robert Raithel and her grandmother, Carrie Panter. Special thanks to Hospice of Portage County. Their support and help for the family is deeply appreciated. Memorials may be designated to Hospice of Portage County.

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Obit Missing - Died 1950 Milwaukee, WI.

Obit Missing - Died 1/5/2000 Mayville, WI.

Obit Missing - Died 7/28/2001 Mayville, WI.

Bachmann, Mildred (VanAsten)

2002 Appleton Post Crescent dated 2/10/2002; Bachmann, Mildred D. "Millie" Appleton; Age 78, died Saturday, February 9th, 2002 at St. Elizabeth Hospital. She was born in Little Chute on August 10th, 1923 to the late Henry and Kathryn Verhagen VanAsten. On July 23rd, 1946, she married Bob Bachmann. Mildred was a member of St. Nicholas Catholic Church in Freedom. She is survived by her daughter, Patsy (Steven) Mondloch, of Kaukauna: grandchildren: Kimberly (fiancée Scott) and Jesse Mondloch: brothers: Floyd (Irene) VanAsten, Little Chute: Art (Jan) VanAsten, Wild Rose: Gene (Marge) VanAsten, Little Chute: sisters: Marion DuFrane, Little Chute: Marge (Ed) Belongea, Kimberly, Carol (gene) Diedrick, Combined Locks: sister in law, Donna VanAsten, Kaukauna: brother in law Don Roehrborn, Kaukauna. She is further survived by her husband's family: sisters in law: Ann Marie Gresens and Grace (Jay) Wells, both of Appleton and many nieces, nephews and friends. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband: and siblings: Rita VanAsten, Bob VanAsten, Hamae Roehrborn, Carl VanAsten, and Lillian VanHeuklon: brothers in law: Lawrence DuFrane and Ed VanHeuklon: and sister in law, Pat VanAsten. Mildred enjoyed playing cards with the ladies in her apartment building and her girlfriends in Menasha. The funeral Mass will be Tuesday February 12th, 2002 at 5:00 p.m. at St. Nicholas Catholic Church in Freedom, with Father Dennis Ryan officiating. The visitation will be Tuesday at the church from 4:00 p.m. until the time of mass. Entombment will be in Highland Memorial Park.< /br> 

Bachmann, Robert C

1996 Appleton Post Crescent dated 3/8/1996; Robert C. Bachmann, age 73, died Monday, March 4th, 1996 at St. Elizabeth's hospital. He was born July 18th, 1922 in Chicago, Illinois, to the late Clarence and Anna (Vosters) Bachmann. He was united in marriage to Mildred VanAsten on July 23rd, 1946, Sharing 29 years together. Bob was employed at Riverside Paper Company until his retirement in 1984. He is survived by his wife, Mildred; a daughter, Pat (Steve) Mondloch, two grandchildren: Kimberly and Jesse, all of Freedom, two sisters: Grace (Jay) Wells and Ann (Ken) Gresens, both of Appleton,. He is further survived by many relatives, friends and wonderful neighbors. Funeral services will be held at 4:00 p.m. Saturday, March 9th, 1996, at Highland Memorial Park cemetery. Entombment will take place at Highland Memorial Park cemetery. < /br> 

Bahde, Caroline (Burke)

See Pennings, Caroline (Burke)

Barnes, Keith

2001 Kentucky Post Crescent dated 9/29/2001; Keith A. Barnes, 51, of Covington, died at 7:43 p.m. Thursday at St. Elizabeth Medical Center South, Edgewood.< /br> He was a Marine Corps veteran, a letter carrier for the United States Post Office, Newport, a nd a member of St. John Church, Covington, and the North American Hunting Club.< /br> Survivors include his wife, Marsha Elsbernd Barnes of Covington; a son, Lawrence J. Hoppius o f Covington; daughters, Nenna Ortiz of Covington and Pyra Artmeier of Cincinnati; his father, William Barnes of Newport; brothers, Russell Barnes of Dry Ridge, Wayne Barnes of Burlington, Kurt Barnes and Daniel Barnes, both of Dayton, and Forrest Barnes and Van Barnes, both of Fort Thomas ; sisters, Lori Bestfelt of Cincinnati, Lynn Ferguson of Dayton and Candy Spars of Bellevue; and four grandchildren.< /br> Mass of Christian burial will be at 10 a.m. Monday at St. John Church, Covington. Visitation will be from 8:30 to 9:45 a.m. Monday at Middendorf -Bullock Funeral Home, Covington. Burial will be in St. John Cemetery, Fort Mitchell.< /br> Memorials are suggested to American Cancer Society, 6612 Dixie Highway, Suite 2, Florence, Ky. 41042.

Bay, Ann (Wilpolt)

1982 Appleton Post Crescent dated 6/21/1982; Mrs. Ed Bay, Ann Wilpolt, age 91, died early Monday morning at her home after a short illness. She was born December 23, 1890 in Kaukauna, where she had resided all of her life. She was a member of Holy Cross Catholic Church, and the Knights of Columbus ladies. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Alex (Ruth) Schoening, of Chicago, Illinois; two sons: Clyde, of Appleton and Floyd, of Kaukauna; 18 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Ed, in 1960, and a daughter and son-in-law Bernard and Sally Lill. The funeral be at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at Holy Cross Catholic Church, Kaukauna with Father Mike Hoffman and Robert Kabat officiating. Internment will be in the parish cemetery.

Bay, Clyde

2003 Appleton Post Crescent dated 6/15/2003; Bay, Clyde Edward;< /br>Age 93, passed away after a short illness Monday, May 19, 2003 in Paraguay, South America. He was born in Kaukauna, Wisconsin and recently resided in southwestern Paraguay and Madison, Wisconsin. He received his B.S. in agronomy from the University of Wisconsin in 1937 and M.S. in 1952. He was a Soil Scientist with the US Dept. of Agriculture in Madison, WI and Marcellus, NY until 1966. From 1966 { 1975 he was an Agriculture Advisor employed with the US Agency of International Development in Vietnam. In 1975 Clyde participated in operation “Baby Lift”, when 160 Vietnamese babies and children were evacuated from Saigon. Clyde joined the Peace Corp 1977 and went to Paraguay where he met his wife, Celmira (Ellie). In 1998, they built a Health Clinic in rural Paraguay, where medical treatment is very scarce. He was a retired colonel in the US Army and served in the China/Burma/India Theater during World War II. Clyde was a past president of the Cayuga County Association for Retarded Children in Auburn, NY, a participant with the Madison Opportunity Center Inc., a life member of Wisconsin Alumni Assn, Memorial Union, Kaukauna High School Alumni Assn., Life Science Assn., The Retired Officers Assn., Reserve Officers Assn., Merrill’s Marauders and American Legion.< /br>Clyde is survived by his wife, Celmira of Paraguay; stepdaughter, Laura of Geneva, NY; and three sons; C.E., “Clyde” of Madison, Wisconsin; John of Auburn, NY; and Ted of Jamesville, NY.< /br>A memorial service will be at 1:00 PM on Thursday, July 3, 2003 at the funeral home chapel. Burial will be at the Holy Cross Cemetery in Kaukauna, Wisconsin. Memorials may be contributed to the Clyde E. Bay Foundation Clinic and sent to the funeral home.< /br>FARGO FUNERAL HOME400 W. Wisconsin Avenue Kaukauna, WI 54130

Bay, Edward

1960 Edward Bay, Appleton Post Crescent dated 1/12/1960; Edward Bay, 71, of 807 Desnoyer St., Kaukauna, died at 1:00 a.m. today in Kaukauna after a six month illness.  He is born January 17th, 1888, in Kaukauna and lived there all of his life.  He was a retired employee of the Riverside Paper Company, Appleton.  Funeral services will be at 2:30 p.m. Thursday at the Fargo Funeral Home, Kaukauna, with the Rev. Andrew Quella pastor of Holy Cross Catholic Church, Kaukauna, in charge.  Friends may call at the funeral home after 2:00 p.m. Wednesday.  Burial will be an Holy Cross cemetery, Kaukauna.  Bay is  survived by his widow; two daughters, Mrs. Alex Schoening, of Chicago, Mrs. Bernard Lill, of Skokie Ill., two sons, Clyde of Skaneateles, New York and Floyd of Kaukauna, one sister Miss Goldie Bay, of Kaukauna and 16 grandchildren.

Bay, Floyd

2003 Appleton Post Crescent dated 12/15/2003; Bay, Floyd, Age 91, December 1, 2003< /br>Floyd Bay passed away Monday, December 1, 2003 after a short illness at Appleton Medical Center. He was born July 23, 1912 to the late Edwin and Anne Bay.< /br>Like those of his generation, Floyd faced tremendous challenges early in life. At the age of 17 the stock market collapsed commencing the worst economic depression in history culminating in World War II. As a teen, he worked on a cousin’s farm for room and board and enough firewood to heat the family home during winter. He often hopped freight trains in search of work throughout the Midwest and South. During World War II, he joined the military serving with the Seabees in the South Pacific. Following the war, he returned to Kaukauna to reunite with his family and work as an electrician for Thilmany Pulp and Paper Company from which he retired in 1977.< /br>He is survived by his “Old Crony,” best friend and loving wife of 63 years, Trudy (Drucilla); sons Buck (Bruce) and wife Jackie, St. Louis, MO; Dan and wife Deborah, San Rafael, CA; Scott (Michael), Minneapolis, MN; Tom, Kaukauna; and daughter Debra and her husband Wayne Nighorn, Pulaski, WI; sister-in-law, Celmira Bay, Asuncion, Paraguay. Additionally, 11 grandchildren, 3 great-grandchildren, many loving nieces and nephews survive him. Besides his parents, sisters Sallie and Ruth, and, recently, brother Clyde preceded him in death.< /br>As were his wishes there will be no funeral. A celebration of his memory and life will be held at Van Abel’s Supper Club in Hollandtown on Saturday, January 17, 2004 from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. Friends who knew Floyd are welcome to join the family and share in this celebration. Those wishing further information about this event can call 920.759.4423 or email     mbay   @    mn.rr.com.< /br>Floyd’s early life provided a rich foundation of stories and opinions about national and local events. An avid reader known for his wit and candor, Floyd would often contribute to the Appleton Post-Crescent’s It’s Your Call. His stories about his early life are legendary. Both poignant and humorous, they told of a time filled with incredible struggles and human relationships.< /br>A special thank you goes out to the staff of doctors, nurses and aides at Appleton Medical Center, Dr. Danz and Kaukauna Medical Clinic. Their compassion for Floyd and his family was simply amazing during the last week of his life. In addition, the family expresses its gratitude to an exceptional cadre of friends who provided assistance over the past couple of years.< /br>Floyd, as you passed through those gates, we know you were met by a lot of the buddies who preceded you. They missed you just as much as you missed them. We miss you, too, and look forward to joining up with you again, when it is our time to come.

Bay, Siverdean (Beran)

1999 Unknown Newspaper; MADISON Siverdean Beran Bay died on Saturday, April 17th, 1999 at Meriter Health Center in Madison.  She was born in Highland, Wisconsin on December 27th, 1909 the daughter of a John and Elizabeth (Lucas) Beran.  She graduated from Madison Central High School and in 1932 she graduated from Madison General Hospital School of Nursing.  "Sivy" as she was known to all her friends and associates, was a confirmed member of Christ Presbyterian Church in Madison.  She was a pioneer and active participant of that Cayuga County Association for Retarded children in Auburn, N.Y.,  Madison Opportunity Center Inc.  and residential Services for Adults with Disabilities in Madison.  Sivy is survived by three sons, John and Ted, both of New York state and C. E.  "Clyde" of Madison.  She was preceded in death by her parents, John and Elizabeth Beran; three brothers, Donald, Orville, and Lynn; and two infant siblings.  A memorial service will be held at one P M on Monday, April 26th, 1999 at Christ Presbyterian Church, 944 East Gorham Street.  Private burial will be in Forest Hills cemetery.  There will be no visitation.  Memorials may be made to Christ Presbyterian church.

Benedict, James

Benotch, Leo

1972 Appleton Post Crescent dated January 11th, 1972, Leo Benotch, age 69, passed away late Monday following a brief illness. He was born April 22nd, 1902 in Kaukauna and retired in 1956 due to ill health from Roloff Foundry where he had been employed for about 10 years. Prior to that time he had also been associated with Benotch Fuel and Lumber Company. Survivors are his wife, Magdalen (Pennings) Benotch; two daughters, Mrs. Robert (Barbara) Gossens, of Kaukauna; Miss Carrielei, at home; two sons, Jerome, and David, both of Kaukauna; three sisters, Miss Anne Benotch, Miss Agnes and Miss Mary Benotch, all of Kaukauna; 8 grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 10:00 a.m. Thursday at Holy Cross Catholic Church, Kaukauna, with internment in the parish cemetery. The Reverend Roy L. Crain will officiate.

Bergeron, Louis C

2004 Appleton Post Crescent dated 8/17/2004; Bergeron, Louis C.< /br> Louis C. Bergeron, of Kaukauna, age 87, died on Monday, August 16, 2004 at Parkside Care Center. Louis was born December 5, 1916 to the late Joseph and Frances Bergeron in Omro, WI. He married the former Madelyn Ann Siebers on September 19, 1940 at St. Mary of the Annunciation Catholic Church in Kaukauna, together they raised three children. Louis worked as a district manager for many years at the Airway Vacuum Company and then worked as a machinist for the Kools Bros. Company until his retirement in 1982. In his younger days, Louis enjoyed bowling, pitching horseshoes and traveling throughout the state visiting family and friends.< /br> He is survived by his wife, Madelyn Bergeron; three children: Ken Bergeron and his five children, Ken Jr. (Jackie) Bergeron, Michelle (Doug) Amend, Keith (Cheryl) Bergeron, Monique (Jacek) Chmielewski and Kevin (Marcie) Bergeron; Carol Ann (Don) Pfeffer and their four children Sheila (Terry) Buck, Trina (Scott) Hampton, Nicole Pfeffer and Donielle Pfeffer and Gary Bergeron and his son, Jason and many great grandchildren. He will also be missed by one brother Jim (Julitta) Bergeron and a sister Millie (Roger) Olm a brother in law, Ron (Mary) Siebers and two sisters-in-law, Janice Siebers and Larraine Staeger.< /br> He was preceded in death by his parents, one brother, Joe (Mary) Bergeron, a sister Marge Fisher and a great granddaughter. He was also preceded in death by his mother and father-in-law, John and Josie Siebers, brothers-in-law, Harvey, David, Jerry and Bing Siebers and John Steger and Cletus Schaefer, sisters-in-law Florence Siebers, Cordell Ringwelski, Betty Schaefer and Laverne (Walter) Johnson and their son Steven.< /br> The Mass of Christian Burial will be 11 a.m. on Thursday, August 19 at ST. MARY of the ANNUNCIATION CATHOLIC CHURCH, 119 West Seventh Street, Kaukauna with Fr. Robert Udulutsch officiating. Friends will be received on Thursday at Church from 9:30 a.m. until the time of service. Interment will take place at St. Mary cemetery. In lieu of flowers, a memorial is being established. The Boettcher Family Funeral Home, Kaukauna is assisting the family. 766-2099.< /br>  

Bergman, Agnes A (Conrad)

1997 Appleton Post Crescent dated 3/4/1997; Mrs. Peter M. Bergman, Agnes A. Conrad, formerly of 908 North Durkee street, age 83, passed away Monday March 3, 1997 at Franciscan care center following a courageous battle with Alzheimer's. She was born on November 30th, 1913 in the town of Oneida, the daughter of the late Joseph and Mary (Romenesko) Conrad and had resided in the Freedom and Appleton areas all of her life. She was united in marriage to Peter M. Bergman on August 24th, 1940 sharing a 39 years together before his death in 1979. She was a member of the St. Theresa's Catholic church. Survivors include two sons and daughters in law; Terence W. and Carol Bergman, Conrad D. and Mary Bergman, all of Appleton; six grandchildren: Peter, Jennifer, Jason, Andrew, Amy and Ann Bergman, two brothers and sisters in law; William and Harriet Conrad, Norbert and Eva Conrad, all of Freedom; a sister and brother in law Blanche and Quinton Vandenberg' of Freedom. Besides her parents and husband, Agnes was preceded in death by three sisters: Ann Hietpas, Marion Janssen and Rosella Vandenboom; four brothers: Walter, Joseph, Earl and John Conrad. The mass of resurrection will be celebrated at 11:00 a.m. Thursday, March 6th, 1997 at St. Theresa's Catholic Church, Burial will be in the St. Joseph cemetery.

Bergman, Peter M

1979 Appleton Post Crescent dated 4/16/1979; Peter Bergman, Appleton, age 65, died at 8:15 p.m. Sunday in Milwaukee following a short illness. He was born February 14th, 1914 in Little Chute and lived in Appleton most of his life. He was formerly employed at the Combined Locks Paper Co. for 42 years, retiring two years ago. He was a member of St. Therese's Catholic Church and a veteran of World War II, serving in the U.S. Navy for three years. Survivors include his wife, Agnes Conrad Bergman, two sons: Terence W. (Terry) Bergman, of Appleton; and Conrad W. Bergman, of Kalamazoo, Mich.; two brothers John Bergman, Little Chute, and Andrew Bergman, of Two Rivers, Wisconsin; five sisters: Mrs. Dora Look, of Little Chute; Mrs. Anna Evers, of Little Chute; Mrs. Hubert (Rose Margaret) VanOss, of Kimberly; Mrs. Emma Maas, of Kimberly; Mrs. Martin (Mabel) Vandenbroek, of Kimberly; and five grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents and two sisters. The complete funeral be 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at St. Therese's Catholic Church, with Rev. Karl Buresh officiating. Burial will be in St. Joseph cemetery.

Berres, Leo

Berres, Mary (Wilpolt)

Beth, Earl

2005 Green Bay Press Gazette dated 1/8/2005; Beth, Earl J.< /br> Earl J. Beth, 80, lifelong resident of Green Bay, passed away Wednesday, Jan. 5, 2005, with his children by his side at a local nursing home after a battle with pulmonary fibrosis. He was born Nov. 1, 1924, in Green Bay, to the late Edward and Laura (Timmerman) Beth. On July 17, 1954, he married the love of his life, Marguerite J. Powers, at St. Patrick Catholic Church and enjoyed 39 years of marriage prior to her death in 1993. He attended elementary school at St. Peter & Paul School, graduated from East High School, and served in the U.S. Navy during World War II from 1943 to 1946. He attended Badger Business College and UW-Stout, and retired from Geo. M. Hougard Construction in 1985 as Vice President and Corporate Secretary.< /br> Earl had a great love for his family and friends and was admired by everyone who knew him. He enjoyed fishing, golfing, playing cards, exercising at the “Y,” reading, attending church, watching the Packers, bowling, being outdoors and traveling to Colorado and Florida to visit family and friends. He had a great appreciation for nature and spent many years camping at his favorite resort on Caldron Falls, Fisher’s Camp. He was a member of the Knights of Columbus Council #617and a volunteer for St. Vincent DePaul. He was very well known for his beautiful smile, great sense of humor, and warm personality.< /br> Earl is survived by his six children, Mike Beth, Mountain; Mary (Bob) Mathews, Centennial, Colo.; Lori (Bob) Houk, Morrison, Colo.; Patti (Bill) Sherry, La Crosse; Tom (Kathy) Beth, Green Bay; and Shannon (Rich) Dantoin, Howard; three grandchildren, Collin Mathews, B. J. and Jimmy Sherry; a sister, Laurilda McComb, Green Bay; a brother-in-law, Eugene Powers; nieces, nephews, cousins, many special friends, and his feline companion of over 18 years, Cara.< /br> Earl was preceded in death by his wife, Marge; his parents, Edward and Laura Beth; sisters and brothers-in-law, Mercedes and Ervin Johnson, Beatrice and Clarence Buzy, Robert McComb; a sister-in-law, Audrey Powers; and father-in-law and mother-in-law, Harold and Helen Powers.< /br> Friends may call at Blaney Funeral Home, 1521 Shawano Ave., from 4 to 8 p.m. Monday. A Parish Wake Service will be conducted at 7:30 p.m. Friends may also call at St. Agnes Catholic Church, 1484 Ninth St., Green Bay, from 10 to 11 a.m. Tuesday. The Mass of the Christian Burial will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday at the church with Rev. Richard Getchel officiating. Burial will be in the Allouez Catholic Cemetery.< /br> We would like to thank all of our family, friends and neighbors for their love and support during our father’s illness. Thank you also to the wonderful staff at St. Mary’s Hospital and Manor Care for their sincere care and concern these past weeks. Special thanks to Drs. Sandmire, Fergus and Bittorf for their expertise over the years.< /br> Although Earl will be sadly missed, he left an everlasting impression on us all. During his last days, when told how much he was admired and had touched the lives of so many, he humbly replied “I just tried to always be friendly.”

Beth, Marguerite (Powers)

Obit Missing - Died 3/3/1993 Green Bay, WI.

Biese, Vincent

1979 Appleton Post Crescent dated 7/19/1979; Vincent L. Biese, age 64, died Wednesday afternoon. He was born April 5th 1915 in Kaukauna and had lived and worked in this area all of his life. He is survived by his former wife, Rose, two daughters, Mrs. Clifford (Catherine) Brockman, of Little Chute, and Mrs. Rose Linda Biese, of Kaukauna, five sons, Staff Sergeant William Biese, U.S. Air Force in the far East, SP5 James, U.S. Army in Germany, Eugene of Appleton, and Gary of Ingleside, Texas, and Gerald of Kaukauna, 10 grandchildren, two brothers, Henry and Peter both of Kaukauna, five sisters, Mrs. Margaret Van Zeeland of Kimberly, Mrs. Herman (Clara) Weyers, of Holland town, Mrs. Harrietta Biese of Appleton, Mrs. Agnes Schumacher of Little Chute, Mrs. Charles (Florence) Cochran of Shiocton. The funeral will be at 10:00 a.m. Saturday at St. Mary Catholic Church in Kaukauna with the Rev. Gary Dantinne officiating. Internment will be in Holy Cross Cemetery Kaukauna.

Bodde, George

2004 Appleton Post Crescent dated 4/13/2004; Bodde, George J.; George J. Bodde, Town of Kaukauna, “A farmer all his life.” After a long series of illnesses, George J. Bodde passed away quietly at home on Good Friday, April 9, 2004. George was born April 4, 1926 to the late William Henry and Rosalie (Bougie) Bodde in the Town of Kaukauna. He married the former Florence Steffens on August 17, 1948, at Holy Cross Catholic Church. The funeral service will be 11 a.m. on Thursday April 15, at HOLY CROSS CATHOLIC CHURCH, 309 Desnoyer Street Kaukauna with Fr. Jim Lucas officiating. Friends will be received on Wednesday at the Boettcher Family Funeral Home, 2401 Fieldcrest Drive, Kaukauna from 4 p.m. until 8 p.m. with a prayer service at 7:00 p.m. and again on Thursday at Church from 10 a.m. until the time of service. Burial will take place in the Parish Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, a memorial is being established. The Boettcher Family Funeral Home, Kaukauna is assisting the family. (920) 766-2099.< /br> < /br> 2004 APC dated 4/12/2004; George J. Bodde, Town of Kaukauna; “A farmer all his life.”, After a long series of illnesses, George J. Bodde passed away quietly at home on Good Friday, April 9, 2004. George was born April 4, 1926, to the late William Henry and Rosalie (Bougie) Bodde in the Town of Kaukauna. He married the former Florence Steffens on Aug. 17, 1948, at Holy Cross Catholic Church. George was a loving husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather. To those who knew him, George was a man of few words who quietly went about his work. He was a hardworking man and the farm and his family were his whole life. George and his wife, Florence, took over his father’s farm in 1968 and built it into a 60 herd, dairy-milking operation. George farmed 160 acres of farm property and continued a proud family heritage marked by a State Certified Century Farm Award in 1980. The farm has now passed to the 5th Bodde generation. He enjoyed gardening, woodworking and spending time fishing at their cottage on Shawano Lake. As an avid gardener, he passed on his knowledge to three of his grandchildren, helping them start their own gardens and thereby passing on this family tradition.< /br> He is survived by his loving wife of 55 years, Florence Bodde; his son, Wayne (Judy) Bodde; three daughters, Joan (Chuck) Huss, Laura (John) Evers, Rose (Russ) Vande yacht; eight grandchildren, Bill (Melody) Bodde, Liz (Bill) Inman, Abby Bodde, Martha Bodde, Jackie (Marty) DeCoster, Charlene Huss and her fiance, Mike Zuleger, Jenny Huss and Nick Evers; and one great-grandson, Eli Inman.< /br> His parents, William and Rose Bodde and his son, William “Little Bill” Bodde, preceded him in death.< /br> The funeral service will be 11 a.m. on Thursday, April 15, at HOLY CROSS CATHOLIC CHURCH, 309 Desnoyer Street, Kaukauna, with Fr. Jim Lucas officiating. Friends will be received on Wednesday at the Boettcher Family Funeral Home, 2401 Fieldcrest Drive, Kaukauna from 4 p.m. until 8 p.m. with a prayer service at 7 p.m. and again on Thursday at Church, from 10 a.m. until the time of service. Burial will take place in the parish cemetery. In lieu of flowers, a memorial is being established. The Boettcher Family Funeral Home, Kaukauna is assisting the family. 766-2099.< /br> The family would like to thank the staff at St. Elizabeth Hospital, Affinity Hospice, Dr. Karen Beutler, Affinity Little Chute Clinic, and the Town of Kaukauna-VandenBroek First Responders.< /br>  

Bodde, Rosalie (Bougie)

1984 Appleton Post Crescent dated 12/3/1984; Mrs. William Bodde, Rosalie "Rose" Bougie, Kaukauna, at age 88 died Sunday morning, December 2nd, 1984 following a brief illness. She was born February 14th, 1896 in the town of Lawrence. She lived at Route 3, Bodde Road, Kaukauna most of her life. She was a member of Holy Cross Catholic Church, Kaukauna; the Christian Mothers, the Alter Society; the St. Ann Court No. 226 Catholic Society of Foresters. Survivors include a son and daughter in law, George and Florence, of Route 3 Kaukauna; six brothers Henry Bougie of Green Bay; Louis and Francis Bougie both of DePere; William and James Bougie both of Oshkosh; Norbert Bougie, of Florence; four sisters: Mrs. Catherine Lembcke, of Green Bay; Mrs. Isabelle Baeten, Mrs. Anna Treml and Mrs. Loretta Landwehr of DePere; four grandchildren: Wayne Bodde, Joan Bodde Huss, laura Bodde Evers, Rosalie Bodde VandeYacht and six great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband William; a sister Mary and a grandson William. The funeral will be at 12 noon Tuesday at Holy Cross Catholic Church with Reverend David Beaudry officiating. Burial will be in the parish cemetery.

Bodde, William H

1962 Appleton Post Crescent dated 6/7/1962; William H. Bodde, Rt. 2, Kaukauna, Age 75, passed away at 4:25 pm Tuesday after a short illness. He was born September 8, 1891 in the town of Kaukauna and farmed in that area prior to his retirement in 1957. He was a member of the Holy Name Society of Holy Cross Catholic Church, Kaukauna. Mr. Bodde is survived by his wife Rose, one son, George, Rt 2, Kaukauna; one brother, Andrew, Rt. 1, Kaukauan; one sister, Mrs. Elisabeth Schartz, rt. 1, Kaukauna; 4 grandchildren. Internment will be in Holy Cross Cemetery.

Bougie, Jerome

2003 Oshkosh Northwestern dated 3/6/2003; Jerome W. Bougie< /br> Jerome W. Bougie, age 68, of Waunakee, died Monday March 3, 2003 in the presence of his family at Hospice Care in Madison. Jerry was born on May 31, 1934 in Seymour, Wisconsin, the first child of Catherine Noe Bougie and William Bougie. He attended St. Vincent’s school in Oshkosh, was a graduate of Oshkosh High School, and attended the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh. In 1956 he married Joan Carew at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Menasha. In 1955 he joined Wisconsin Telephone Co. at Manitowoc as a commercial consultant in marketing, beginning a long career in the telephone industry. In 1959 he moved to General Telephone Co. of Wisconsin, and over the next eleven years served as district commercial manager in Wausau, Minocqua, Dodgeville and Sun Prairie. In 1970 he accepted a position with LaCrosse Telephone Co. as Division Commercial Manager, and in 1973 he joined Cencom, Inc., a telecommunications holding company based in Rushford, Minnesota, where he first served as commercial manager and later as general manager of Cencom of Wisconsin. In 1985 he went to work for TDS Telephone in Madison and served as Systems Commercial Manager for the state of Wisconsin until poor health forced his retirement in 1987.< /br> Jerry was very active in civic and church groups in the various communities in which he lived. While in Minocqua he belonged to the Jaycees, the Lion’s Club and the Kiwanis Club. He served as President of the Minocqua Jaycees for two years. He served as a Cub Scout leader and a CCD teacher during the two years he spent in Sun Prairie in the late 1960’s. He was a church lector for many years until his retirement from professional life in 1987.< /br> Jerry had many interests in his private life. As a boy he raised carrier pigeons, and had a lifelong interest in birds. He loved woodworking, gardening, and reading, especially historical novels. He enjoyed watching football, and he was an avid Green Bay Packer fan. In retirement he did craft work, creating his own assembly of delicately cut and hand-painted wooden characters, including animals, cartoon characters, farm menageries, and a popular Noah’s Ark set, complete with ark and animals two by two. He was a most excellent husband, father and grandfather. He was loyal, loving and brave.< /br> He is survived by Joan Carew Bougie, his wife of almost 47 years; five children: Peter of River Falls, WI; Deborah Wiskow of St. Charles, MN; Patrick of Eagan, MN; Scott of Davenport, IA; and Andre of Middleton, WI. He has eight surviving grandchildren: John and Kathryn Carroll; Daniel and Sarah Bougie; James and Laura Wiskow; Taylor and Cole Bougie; and Nathan and Nicholas Bougie, and was preceded in death by one grandchild, Thomas Bougie. He also leaves one brother, James, and five sisters; Diane, Ardene, Marilyn, Kathleen, and Barbara.< /br> Funeral services will be held on Fri. March 7, 2003 at 11 a.m. at St. Johns Catholic Church, Rev Jason Hesseling will officiate. Friends may call on Thur. March 6, 2003 from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Winn Funeral Home in Waunakee. Friends may also call at the Church on Fri from 10 a.m. until the time of services. Burial will take place on Sat. March 8, 2003 at the Sacred Heart Cemetery in Manawa, WI at 11:30 a.m.< /br> Winn Funeral Home5785 Hwy QWaunakee, WI.

Bougie, Louis W

1987 Appleton Post Crescent dated 1/28/1987< /br> Louis W. Bougie, 346 S. County Line Rd. DePere, Age 87, died Wednesday morning in a Green Bay nursing home. He was the son of the late John and Dora (Romenesko) Bougie and was born on June 25, 1899 in the Town of Lawrence. On April 13, 1926, he married the former Colette Verhasselt at Holy Cross Church in Kaukauna; and she preceded him in death on November 22, 1972. He farmed in the Townships of Lawrence and Oneida prior to retirement in 1969. Survivors include three sons and daughters-in-law: Marvin and Joyce Bougie, Louis J. Bougie, all of DePere; John and Patricia Bougie, Freedom; four daughters and two sons-in-law: Joy Bougie, Nancy Bougie, Karen and Raymond Brown, all of DePere; Donna and Edward Geurts, Mequon; 28 grandchildren, 14 great grandchildren; four brothers, James Bougie, Neenah; William Bougie, Oshkosh; Norbert Bougie, Florence; Francis Bougie, DePere; three sisters: Catherine Lembecke, Seymour; Isabel Baeten and Anna Treml, both of DePere. He was preceded in death by three sisters: Mary Burgoyne, Rosse Bodde, and Loretta Landwehr; and a brother, Henry. Funeral services will be at 10:30 am, Friday at St. Joseph Catholic Church, DePere with Rev. Gilbert Jacobs officiating. Burial will be in St. Patrick Cemetery Snyderville.

Brockman, Christian Steve

2004 Appleton Post Crescent dated 9/26/2004; Brockman, Christian Steve< /br> Infant Christian Steve Brockman, the son of Dean and Linda Brockman of Little Chute was born to eternal life on September 23, 2004.< /br> He is also survived by his sisters Emilie and Theresa, and brother Brandon; maternal grandparents, Ed and Carole Hummel, Green Bay; and paternal grandparents, Cliff and Catherine Brockman, Little Chute.< /br> A private family service was held at Riverside Cemetery in Appleton.< /br> The family would like to thank Dr. Brockman at Aurora Bay Care Center for his excellent care and concern.

Obit Missing - Died 10/6/1981 Visalia, CA.

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Campbell, Alban

1986  Alban Campbell Sr., Alban Campbell Sr, 88, 216 Elm St., died October 26th at Park View nursing home, Ripon.  Visitation will be Wednesday, October 29th, from 4:00 p.m. until 8:30 p.m. Butzin-Marchant funeral home with the Knights of Columbus rosary at 6:30 p.m. and parish rosary at 8:00 p.m..  Funeral services will be held Thursday, October 30th, 11:00 a.m. from St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Ripon.  Rev. John A. Schmitz officiating.  Burial will follow in St. Patrick's cemetery Ripon.  Mr. Campbell was born May 7th, 1898 in Holland Wisconsin, to William and Anna Campbell.  He married Rachel on August 25th, 1922.  He worked as a restaurant and tavern proprietor and lived in Holland, Kenosha and in Ripon since 1940.  He was a member of St. Patrick's Catholic Church and a charter member of the Knights of Columbus and the Catholic Foresters.  Survivors include his widow, four sons, John Jr., of Ripon, Dr. Gerald, of Santa Cruz Calif., William, of Oshkosh, and Michael, of Green Bay; six daughters, Mary Kuehn and Pat Seidl, both of Ripon, Connie Marabella, of Honolulu Hawaii, Rachel Espinosa, of Jamaica, Bernadette Weiske and Catharine Tretow, both of Ripon.  Two sisters, Ruth Campbell and Mary VanAbel, both of Green Bay; one brother, Willard, of Kaukauna; 24 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren.  Mr. Campbell was preceded in death by three brothers and three sisters.

Campbell, Anna (Glasheen)

1937 Appleton Post Crescent dated 12/13/1937; Lifelong Resident of Hollandtown is dead.< /br>Hollantown - Mrs. William Campbell, 70, lifelong resident of Hollandtown died at her home Saturday noon after a long illness. She was amember of the Christian Mothers society of St. Francis church. Surviving are the widower; five sons, Morris, Alban, Kenosha; Willard, Howard, Harry of Hollandtown; four daughters, Mrs Charles Joyce, Green Bay; Mrs. Thomas Campbell, Terre Haute, Indiana; Mrs Bert VanAbel, Miss Sadie Campbell, Hollandtown, and 14 grandchildren. Funeral services will be hel at 10 o'clock Tuesday morning at St. Francis church and burial will be at St. Francis cemetery.< /br>< /br>1937 Kaukauna Times dated Dec 17, 1937; Death Claimed Mrs. Campbell at Hollandtown - Funeral Services Held Tuesday Morning From St. Francis Church< /br>Hollandtown - Mrs. William Campbell, 71, a resident of Hollandtown for many years, died of complications of diseases Saturday afternoon. The funeral services were conducted Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock from the St. Francis Church with Rev. Cornelius Raymakers officiating.< /br>Mrs. Campbell was born on January 1, 1866 in the town of Buchanan, Outagamie county and before her marriage was Anna Glasheen. On October 28, 1890 she was married to William Campbell at St. Francis Church, here. She was a member of the Altar society and Christian Mothers society of St. Francis congregation. She was an active member of both organazations and will be missed by the members. Those surviving are five sons, Morris and Alban Campbell of Kenosha; Willard, Howard and Harold Campbell at home; four daughters, Mrs Winifred Joyce of Green Bay, Sadie at home; Mrs. Mary VanAbel of Greenleaf, and Mrs Ruth Campbell or Terre Haute, Indiana.

Campbell, Gertrude (Ditter)

1985 Appleton Post Crescent dated 10/22/1985; Mrs. Howard Campbell, Gertrude Ditter, 208 W. 8th St. Kaukauna, Age 79, died Sunday, October 20, 1985 after a short illness, She was born January 10,1900 in Kaukauna, the daughter of William and Anna (Philipps) Ditter, She married Howard Campbell, August 18, 1938, She was a lifelong resident of Kaukauna and had been a teacher at Nicolet and St. Mary's Schools, Kaukauna for over 28 years, prior to her retirement in 1971. Since her retirement she had served as librarian at St. Mary's School. She was a member of St. Mary's Altar Society, and the Auxiliary at VFW Post 3319. Survivors besides her husband include are two daughters and sons- in-law: Eileen and Tom Nytes, Joanne and John Kobussen, all of Kaukauna; two sons and daughters-in-law: Colonel William and Elaine Campbell, Hawaii; Patrick and Patricia Campbell, Kaukauna; two brothers and four -sisters-in-law: Joseph Ditter, Little Chute; Gene and Arlene Ditter, Kaukauna; Florence Ditter, Kaukauna; Cordell Hietpas, Little Chute; Pernella Ditter, Oregon; a sister, Sr. Romanus, Manitowoc; 16 grandchildren. Besides her parents she was preceded in death by three brothers: John, Charles (Twin), Walter; a sister, Sr. William, half brothers: Harry and Philipp, a half sister, Frances, two infant grandchildren. Funeral services will be 10 a.m. Wednesday at St. Mary Catholic Church, Kaukauna with Rev. Ted Hendricks officiating. Interment will be in the parish cemetery. Friends may call at the Greenwood Funeral Home, from 4 until 9 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday morning until the cortege leaves for the church. There will be an Altar Society Rosary at 7 p.m. Tuesday and a parish prayer service at 7:30 Tuesday evening. A memorial has been established for St. Mary School Library.

Campbell, Harold Peter

1951 Appleton Post Crescent dated 7/20/1951; Harold P. Campbell, 46, of Route 3 Kaukauna, died in a Madison hospital about 10:00 Thursday evening after a long illness. He was born September 3rd, 1904, in Hollandtown and always lived there at a farm home. Survivors are four sisters, Mrs. Charles Joyce and Mrs. T. J. Campbell, of Green Bay, and Mrs. Mary VanAbel and Miss Sadie Campbell, of Route 3 Kaukauna; four brothers, Maurice Campbell, of Kenosha, Alban Campbell Ripon, and Willard and Howard Campbell, of Kaukauna. Friends may call at the Greenwood funeral home Kaukauna after 7:00 Saturday evening. The rosary will be recited at 8:00 Saturday and Sunday evenings. Services will be at St. Francis Catholic Church 9:00 Monday morning with the Reverend John deVries, pastor, will be in charge. Burial will be in the parish cemetery.

Campbell, Hazel (Frandsen)

1977 Kenosha News dated 7/28/1977< /br> Mrs. Hazel K. Campbell, 83, 1211 61st st. died at St. Catherine's hospital Wednesday evening following a short illness. She was born in Kenosha, March 18, 1894, the daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Edward Frandsen. She received her education in the schools of Kenosha. In 1917 she married Fred B. Larson and her preceded her in death in 1924. On June 26, 1930 she married Maurice Campbell and he preceded her in death on Oct 5, 1966. She was a member of Grace Lutheren Church. Survivors are one niece and one nephew. She was preceded in death by one brother Paul Frandsen.

Campbell, Howard

1985 Appleton Post Crescent dated 12/26/1985; Howard F. Campbell, 208 W. 8th St., Kaukauna, Age 77, died Tuesday December 24, 1985, at his home. He was born April 17, 1908, in Hollandtown, and had lived in this area all of his life. He had been employed at Thilmany Pulp and Paper, Kaukauna, at the time of his retirement in 1965. Survivors include two daughters and sons-in-law: Eileen and Tom Nytes, Joanne and John Kobussen, all of Kaukauna; two sons, and daughters-in-law: Colonel William and Elaine Campbell, Hawaii; Patrick and Patricia Campbell, Kaukauna; two brothers:, Willard, Kaukauna; Albin, Ripon, two sisters: Mrs. Mary Van Abel, Mrs. Ruth Campbell, both of Green Bay; and 16 grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife, Gertrude, October 20, 1985, two brothers, Maurice and Harold, three-sisters, Mrs. Dolly Milton, and Mrs. Winefred Joyce, and Miss Sadie Campbell, and two infant grandchildren. The funeral will be at 12 noon Saturday December 28,1985 at St. Mary Catholic Church, Kaukauna, with the Rev. Theodore Hendricks officiating. Interment will be in the parish cemetery. A memorial fund has been established in his name.

Campbell, Maurice

1966 Kenosha News dated 10/5/1966< /br> Maurice Campbell, 75, dies this morning - died at St. Catherine's hospital after a two month illness. He was born in Holland, Wis., on Sept 8, 1891, son of the late Mr. & Mrs. William Campbell. He received his education in Holland town where he spent his early life. A veteran of World War I, he entered the U.S. Navy on June 24, 1918, and served aboard the U.S.S. Liberator and the U.S.S. President Grant. He was honorably discharged Oct 11, 1919. On June 24, 1930 he married Hazel Frandsen, and she survives him. He was employed at Anaconda American Brass Co. for 33 years, retiring from active duties in 1957. He was a member of St. James church and the Catholic Order of Foresters. In addition to his widow, he is survived by three brothers and four sisters, Willard of Kaukauna; Alban, Ripon; Howard, Kaukauna; Mrs. Charles (Winifred) Joyce, Mrs. Bert (Mary) VanAbel, Miss Sadie Campbell and Mrs. Thomas (Ruth) Campbell all of Green Bay. He was preceded in death by one brother, Harold, and one sister, Mrs. John (Olive) Milton.

Campbell, Rachael (Campbell)

Obit Missing - died 5/19/1990 Ripon, WI.

No Obit found in the Ripon Press, only small Death Notice dated 5/24/1990;< /br>Mrs. Rachel C. Campbell, 92, of Parkview Care Center, died May 19th, 1990 at Ripon Memorial Hospital. Butzin-Marchant Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

Campbell, Ruth (Campbell)

1993 Green Bay Press Gazette date 7/6/1993< /br> Ruth (Mrs. Thomas J.) Campbell, 90, formerly of 225 Gray Street, died Sunday, July 4, 1993 at the home of her daughter, Anne Melotte. She was born to William and Anna (Glasien) Campbell on March 10, 1903 in the town of Holland. She was a Wrightstown High School graduate and attended Kaukauna Teachers' Normal. She taught elementary school in Outagamie, Brown and Kenosha counties. Ruth was married to Thomas J. Campbell on October 26, 1935. He preceded her in death in 1960, as did her son Thomas J. Jr. (Tejay). She also had five brothers and three sisters who proceded her in death; Maurice, Willard, Alban, Harold, Howard and Olive (Dolly) Milton and Winifred Joyce and Sadie Campbell.< /br> She is survived by her daughter Anne (Mrs. Richard) Melotte, Green Bay; by her sister, Mrs. Mary VanAble, formerly of Green Bay, now residing in Kaukauna; three grandchildren, Marty Melotte, Greenville; Molly Melotte, Greanleaf; Maggie Melotte, Bridgewater, Conn.; and two great grandsons, Paul and Neil Ledvina.< /br> Ruth was a member of Annunciation parish for 51 years. She belonged to the St. Anne Society and the Catholic Women's Club. Ruth was an accomplished bridge player and was active in several bridge groups. She was a special lady. Her courage and dignity were an inspiration to all who knew her. Friends may call at Blaney Funeral Home, 1521 Shawano Ave. from 4 to 8 p.m. today and Wednesday after 10 a.m. at Annunciation Catholic Church until the celebration of Mass at 11 a.m. Msgr. Dennis Lally and Father John Vandeuren will cocelebrate. Burial in the Ft. Howard cemetery. We are deeply grateful to the staff at Unity Hospital for their sensitive and loving care of Ruth and her family members.

Campbell, Sadie

1980 Appleton Post Crescent dated 11/19/1980; Miss Sadie Campbell, 155 N. Maple St. Green Bay< /br> Formerly of Hollandtown, age 79, died Tuesday, November 18, at St. Vincent Hospital, Green Bay. She was born and lived in the Hollandtown area until 1958. She was a member of the Daughters of Isabel, St. Ann Society of St. Patrick church, Green Bay, and the St. Vincent de Paul Society. Survivors include three sisters; Mary VanAbel, Ruth Campbell and Winifred Joyce, all of Green Bay; three brothers: Willard and Howard, Kaukauna; and Alban, Ripon; nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by a sister, Olive Milton, and two brothers; Maurice and Harold. The funeral will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at St. Patrick Catholic church, Green Bay, with Father Alfred Loehr officiating. Internment will be at St. Francis cemetery, Hollandtown.< /br> < /br> 1980 Green Bay Press Gazette dated 11/20/1980< /br> Sadie A. Campbell, 79, 155 N. Maple St. died Tuesday evening at a local hospital after a short illness. The daughter of the late William and Anna Campbell was born Oct. 7, 1901 in Hollandtown, and resided there until 1958. She then moved to Green Bay where she was employed at St. Vincent's Hospital until her retirement in 1972. She was a member of the daughters of Isabella, St. Anne's Society of St. Patrick church and St. Vincent de Paul. Survivors include three sisters, Winifred Joyce, Mary VanAbel and Ruth Campbell, all of Green Bay; three brothers, Willard and Howard, Kaukauna and Alban, Ripon. She was preceded in death by one sister Olive Milton and two brothers, Maurice and Harold. Burial in St. Francis Cemetery, Hollandtown.

Campell, Thomas J Jr.

1960 Appleton Post Crescent dated 6/29/1960< /br> T. J. Campbell, Jr. Thomas J. Campbell Jr. 23, of 205 Gray St. Green Bay, died Tuesday afternoon in Green Bay after a long illness. He was born April 7, 1937 in Kenosha, was a graduate of Green Bay West High School and attended Marquette University. Funeral services will be at 9 a.m. Saturday at the Church of the Annunciation, Green Bay. Burial will be in the Fort Howard Cemetery. Campbell is survived by his parents, Mr. & Mrs Thomas Campbell and one sister Anne at home.

Campbell, Willard

1990 Appleton Post Crescent dated 11/18/1990; Willard Campbell 1211 Oakridge Ave. Kaukauna< /br> Age 94, died Friday, November 16, 1990 at St. Paul Home following a short illness. He was born July 1, 1896 in the Town of Holland, Brown county, the son of the late William and Anna (Glasheen) Campbell. He had been employed at Thilmony Pulp and Paper Company in Kaukauna prior to his retirement in 1961. Willard was a World War I U.S. Navy Veteran. Willard was a member of St. Mary's Catholic church, Kaukauna. Survivors include two granddaughters: Bridget and Patrick Crosby, Marietta, Georgia and Maureen and Larry Warren of Honesdale, Penn.; two sisters; Mary (Bert) VanAbel and Ruth (Thomas) Campbell all of Green Bay; nieces, nephews and great-grandchildren. Besides his parents he was preceded in death by a son William; four brothers: Maurice, Alban, Harold and Howard; three sisters: Olive Milton, Winifred Joyce and Sadie Campbell. Funeral services will be at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday November 20, 1990 at St. Mary's Catholic church, Kaukauna with Father John DeWane officiating.

Campbell, William

1950 Unknown Newspaper Obit (sent by Katie Hamilton Monfils); William Campbell Dies After 2 Week illness; Was 86< /br>William P. Campbell, 86, route 3, Kaukauna who resided on a farm in the town of Holland, Brown county all of his life; died at 5:45 Tuesday morning at a Green Bay Hospital. He had been ill two weeks. He was born in the town of Holland, January 1, 1864 and had lived his entire life on the same farm on which he was born. He was married to Anna Glasheen October 28, 1890 at Hollandtown by Father VanHooegen. She died twelve years ago. Mr. Campbell was a member of the Holy Name Society and the St. Francis Society of St. Francis Church, Hollandtown. He was also a member of St. Paul's court, Men's Catholic Order of Foresters at Wrightstown.< /br>Funeral services will be held at 9:30 Thursday morning at the Greenwood Funeral Home and at 10 o'clock at St. Francis. Burial will be in the parish cemetery. Survivors are four daughters, Mrs. Charles Joyce and Mrs. T.J. Campbell of Green Bay, Mrs. Mary VanAbel and Miss Sadie Campbell of route 3 Kaukauna; five sons, Maurice of Kenosha, Alban of Ripon, Willard and Howard of Kaukauna and Harold of Route 3 Kaukauna; one sister, Mrs Bessie Hellman of Denver Colorado; 22 grandchildren and five great grandchildren.

1977 Denver Post dated 12/9/1977 Margaret M. Carnsew Services for Margaret M. Carnsew, 78, of 1350 Irvine Street, where November 30th at St. Bernadette church. Burial was in Fairmont. She died November 27th at St. Luke's Hospital. Mrs. Carnsew was born at December 19th, 1898, in Denver. She married James H. Carnsew in 1916. He died in 1965. She was a former president of the ESA, and belonged to the Lady of Lourdes Alter and Rosary society and St. Bernadette's Parish. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Mary Jane Vernier of Santa Cruz, Calif. and Mrs. Marjorie McQuiddy of Nashville, Tenn.; a son, James Carnsew of Boulder; eight grandchildren and four ? (article ends)< /br> < /br> 1977 Rocky Mountian News dated 11/29/1977; Margaret M. Carnsew 1350 Irvine Street mother of Mary Jane Vernier, Santa Cruz Calif., Mrs. Marjorie McQuiddy, of Smyrna Tenn., and James Carnsew, Boulder; eight grandchildren, four great-grandchildren. Mass of resurrection 10:00 a.m. Wednesday St. Bernadette's Church, Internment Fairmont cemetery.

Obit Missing - died 5/22/1994 Appleton, WI.

Conrad, Anna (Hartmann)

1925 Appleton Post Crescent dated 8/14/1925; Mrs. Anna Conrad, 76, widow of John Conrad, formerly of Freedom, died at the home of Nick Watry in the town of Seymour Wednesday, August 12th. She was born in Germany, September 26th, 1848. Survivors are eight daughters, four sons, 60 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren. The children are John of Boyd, Leonard and Mrs. Barney Heyer, of St. Paul, William of Kaukauna, Mrs. Wenzel Schreiter and Mrs. Clarence Frank, of Appleton. Mrs. Joseph Romenesko, Mrs. H. Romenesko and Joseph Conrad of Freedom, Mrs John O'Neill, of Wrightstown Mrs. Michael Niehaus and Mrs. Nick Watry, town of Seymour. The funeral will be held at St. Nicholas Church Freedom, at 10:00 in the morning of Monday August 16th.

Conrad, Dwayne

1998 Appleton Post Crescent dated 4/17/1998; Dwayne A. Conrad, "Wayne", Freedom, age 51, passed away unexpectedly at his home on Wednesday, April 15th, 1998. Wayne was born December 5th, 1946 in Appleton, son of Norbert and Eva (Lamers) Conrad of Freedom. On June 17th, 1967, he married the former Linda Daul in Freedom; she survives. Wayne was a lifetime resident of Freedom and had worked for over 20 years for Paul Van Zeeland Heating. In 1991, he and Linda started their own business, Conrad Heating and Air conditioning Inc. He was a member of the Freedom Lions Club, Ducks Unlimited, and St. Nicholas Catholic church. In enjoyed spending time at his trailer near Townsend, hunting, snowmobiling, and NASCAR racing. He is survived by his parents, Norbert and Eva Conrad, Freedom; his wife Linda Conrad, of Freedom; three daughters: Michele (Kevin) VerVoort, Patti (Bruce) Opperman, and Tammy Conrad and her fiancee, Scott Corrigan, all of Freedom; five grandchildren: Matthew and Mason Opperman and Ashley, Halie and Amber VerVoort; a brother, and Gerald (Sandy) Conrad, of Appleton; two sisters: Sharon (Clarence) Van Handel and Kathy (Mel) Brockman, both of Freedom; Linda's parents, Willard and Grace Daul, of Freedom; and by Linda's of brothers and sisters; Bill (Grace) Daul, Jean (Orinie) Peterson, Betty (Mike) Moser, Vicky (Hank) Calmes, Pat (Mike) Romenesko; Geri (Dave) Verkuilen, Larry (Mary) Daul, Karen (Bob) Garvey, Diane (Scott) Zwiers, Cory (Mike) VanHoof, and Lisa (Jeff) Ludwig, all of Freedom. Wayne is further survived by numerous nieces, nephews, aunt's, uncles, cousins, other relatives, and many dear friends. The funeral liturgy for Wayne will be at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, April 18th, 1998 at St. Nicholas Catholic Church in Freedom, with Father Dennis Ryan officiating. Internment will be in the parish cemetery.< /br> Linda, Michele, Patti, and Tammy would like to thank those who assisted the family during their difficult hours on Wednesday, including the Freedom first responders, their numerous family members, friends and neighbors, and the staff of the Appleton Medical Center emergency room. Your kind words, gestures, and prayers will never be forgotten. Thank you so very much.

Conrad, Erma (Scheibe)

1985 Appleton Post Crescent March 5th, 1985, Mrs. Peter Conrad, Erma Scheibe Schmidt, age 73, died Monday, March 4th, 1985, after a lingering illness. She was born July 15th, 1911, in Brown County and was a lifelong area resident. She was a member of Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church, where she was very active. She was a member of the Woman's Aide Society for over 50 years, and a member of the Kaukauna AARP. Survivors include her husband, Peter; a daughter, Karen L. Frank, of Neenah, three sons and four daughters in law: Wayne L. and Elaine Schmidt, of Buckley Illinois; and Gene W. and Jean Schmidt, of Greenleaf; Lee H. and Wendy Schmidt, of Minneapolis; Ruth Schmidt, Appleton and; a brother and sister in law Edwin R. and Irene Schmidt; of Little Chute; 15 grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; a stepdaughter, Mrs. Harold (Joan) Sherwood, of Elmhurst Illinois; a step grandson; a brother in law, Leonard Swender, Waukesha; two sisters in law: Irma Scheibe, Wrightstown; Nina Hildebrandt, of Tucson. She was preceded in death by a son, Ralph L. Schmidt, a sister, Louella Swender, a brother, Walter Sheibe, a half-brother, William Hildebrandt. The funeral will be at 2:00 p.m. Thursday at Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church, Kaukauna, with the Reverend Andrew Martens and Mark Neitzel officiating. Entombment will be in the Star of Hope Mausoleum.

Conrad, Gladys (Jirikowic)

2004 Appleton Post Crescent dated 7/11/2004; Conrad, Gladys H.; Gladys H. Conrad, Kaukauna, 83, died Saturday morning, July 10, 2004, at St. Paul Home. She was born Aug. 27, 1920, to the late Louis and Amelia (Muthig) Jirikowic, in Kaukauna, where she was a resident all of her life. Gladys had been a longtime employee of Look Drug Store, of Kaukauna. She was a 53-year member of St. Mary Catholic Church and its Alter Society, and the Kaukauna Lady Elks.< /br> Survivors include a daughter and son-in-law, Janis and Bruce Schubring; a son and daughter-in-law, Michael and Sharon Conrad, all of Kaukauna; four grandchildren, Julie and Adam Schubring, Jennifer and Robert Conrad; a brother and sister-in-law, Bill and Joyce Jirikowic, Denver, Colo.; a sister, Ruth Elworth, Appleton; a brother-in-law, Bob Wood, Brookfield, Wis.; two sisters-in-law, Margaret VanHimbergen, Kimberly; Frances Wolfgram, Appleton; numerous nieces and nephews.< /br> She was preceded in death by her husband Leo J. Conrad; a daughter, Kathleen Conrad; a brother, Robert Jirikowic and a sister Bette Wood.< /br> The funeral liturgy for Gladys will be held at 2 p.m., Wednesday, July 14, 2004, at ST MARY CATHOLIC CHURCH, 119 West Seventh Street, Kaukauna, with Father Robert Udulutsch officiating. Burial will be in Holy Cross Cemetery. Friends may call at the church on Wednesday, from 1 p.m., until the time of the service. A memorial fund is being established.< /br> FARGO FUNERAL HOME400 West Wisconsin AvenueKaukauna 766-6200www.fargofuneralhomes.com

Conrad, Janet

1997 Unknown Newspaper; Janet Conrad, 83, 1014 Memorial Drive, Sturgeon Bay, died unexpectedly at her home Thursday morning, September 4th. She was born March 31st,1914 in Sturgeon Bay to Abel B and Anna (Nelson) Minor, and lived all her life in Sturgeon Bay. In 1937 she married John B. "Jack" Cundy. He died in July 1960. She married Sylvester "Ves" Conrad on October 6th, 1963. For 20 years, she and her first husband owned and operated Cundy Badger paint store in downtown Sturgeon Bay. Mrs. Conrad was a member of the Sturgeon Bay Moravian church and Sturgeon Bay garden club. She enjoyed being a step-on guide for bus tours that came to Door County during that 20 year period. She is survived by her husband, Sylvester, Sturgeon Bay, a son and daughter in law, Philip and Mary Cundy, of Oshkosh, a daughter, the Reverend Dr. Jane Cundy of New Mexico, two grandchildren, Christopher Perry and Jack Perry. And a niece, Judy Lenius Mola. She was preceded in death by her parents, 1st husband, a sister, June Lenius, and a twin brother John Minor. The Rev. Paul Graf, the Rev. Matthew Knapp, and the Rev. Dr. Jane Cundy officiated at funeral services Saturday morning September 6th at Davis mortuary Sturgeon Bay, interment was at a bayside cemetery.

Conrad, Joseph

1934 Appleton Post Crescent dated 4/4/34; Father of 11 is killed by Auto, Hit and run driver fatally injures Joseph Conrad at Freedom. Joseph Conrad, 54, Freedom, father all 11 children, is killed by a hit-and-run driver early Wednesday morning in the village of Freedom. The body was found in the road in front of the Joseph Geenen store in the village about 6:00 Wednesday morning by Bert Guerts, a janitor at St. Nicholas Church when he was going to the church to start the furnace. No clue to the identity of the driver of the car has been found. It is thought the Conrad was struck some time between 2 and 3 o'clock as he was last seen about 1:30 at the town hall where ballots from Tuesday's election were being counted. Conrad's injuries were a skull fracture, a broken hip, and a broken arm. An inquest was held Wednesday morning at Little Chute where the body is taken. Survivors are the wife, six sons, Walter, John, and Joseph, of Little Chute; Norbert and Earl at home, and William, at school in St. Paul Minnesota; and five daughters, Mrs. Corneil Hietpas and Mrs. Henry Johnson, of Little Chute; Rosella, Agnes, and Blanche at home. Funeral arrangements have not yet been made. An inquest was to be held this afternoon at Little Chute.< /br> < /br> 1934 Appleton Post Crescent dated 4/5/34 Postpone Inquest in Freedom death. Jury views body of Joseph Conrad killed by hit run driver. The inquest into the death of Joseph Conrad, 54, Freedom, who was killed by a hit-and-run driver early Wednesday morning in the village of Freedom, was postponed Wednesday afternoon until next week, according to Assistant District Raymond P. Dohr. The members of the coroner's jury viewed the body before adjournment was taken. Those on the coroner's jury are George Gerrits, Peter Schuh, Frank Gerritt's, Henry Schommer, Gerhardt Smit's and John Schommer. Mr. Conrad was killed between 2 and 3:00 Wednesday morning, shortly after leaving the town hall where election balance ballots were being counted. His body was found about 6:00 a.m. by Bert Guerts, janitor St. Nicholas Church.

Conrad, Joseph L

1986 Appleton Post Crescent dated 1/13/1986 Joseph L. Conrad 1005 Joyce St. Kaukauna< /br> Age 84, died unexpectantly Saturday January 11, 1986 at his home. He was born August 2, 1901, in Freedom. As a young man he was employed by Thilmony Pulp and Paper Company, Kaukauna. He owned and operated the Sinclair Service Stations located on Second St. and Crooks Ave. in Kaukauna for 36 years. He also was a Goodyear tire and battery distributor. Prior to that, he was proprietor of the Log Cabin, Hwy 96, Little Chute. He was a member of the Holy Cross Catholic Church, Kaukauna, Knights of Columbus Council 1033, the A.A.R.P. No. 1834, and a life member of Kaukauna Elks Lodge No. 962. Survivors include his wife, Isabelle Gerrits Zwick Conrad; two daughters and sons-in-law, LaVonne and Donald Mueller, West Bend, and Marilyn and Gerald Micholic, Schofield; a son and daughter in law, William J. and Kathy Conrad, Little Chute; nine grandchildren, Ann Mueller Larson, Daniel Mueller, Todd, Jeffrey, Gregg and Jay Micholic, and Cindy, David and Kelly Conrad; two-greatgrandchildren, Michael and Jennifer Micholic; three sisters, Mrs. Harvey (Frances) Wolfgram, Appleton, Mrs. John (Margaret) VanHimbergen, Kimberly, and Mrs. Henry (Marie) Jansen, Saint Nazianz; and three brothers, Peter Conrad, Leo (Gladys) Conrad, both of Kaukauna, and Sylvester (Janet) Conrad, Sturgeon Bay. He was preceded in death by his first wife, Jennette Smith Conrad, in 1934, a daughter, Shirley Zwick Conrad, in 1948, his parents; three sisters; and four brothers. The funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday January 14, 1986 at Holy Cross Catholic Church, Kaukauna with Rev. David Beaudry officiating. Internment will be in the Saint John Cemetery, Little Chute.

Conrad, Leo J

1998 Appleton Post Crescent dated 4/1/1998; Leo J. Conrad, Kaukauna< /br> Age 85, died Tuesday March 31, 1998 at Parkside Care Center following a brief illness. He was born September 20, 1912 in Freedom, the son of William and Lena (Green) Conrad. Leo was a World War II veteran. He married Gladys Jirikowic on September 17, 1943 in Texas. He was employed as a machinist for Thilmony Pulp and Paper Company until retiring in 1974. He was a lifetime member of St. Mary Parish. He is survived by his wife Gladys; a son and daughter-in-law, Michael and Sharon Conrad, Kaukauna; a daughter and son-in-law, Janis and Bruce Schubring, Kaukauna; four grandchildren: Julie and Adam Schubring, Jennifer and Robert Conrad; a brother, Ves Conrad, Sturgeon Bay; Two sisters, Frances Wolfgram, Appleton and Margaret VanHimbergen, Kimberly. He was preceded in death by a daughter, Kathleen Marie Conrad. The funeral litergy will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday April 2, 1998 at St. Mary Catholic Church, with Father Robert Udulutsch O.F.M Cap. officiating. Burial will be in Holy Cross Cemetery.

Conrad, Leonard W

1984 Appleton Post Crescent dated 10/2/1984; Leonard W. Conrad, 135 Taylor St. Kaukauna< /br> Age 78, died Monday, October 1, 1984 at Kaukauna Community Hospital following a short illness. He was born December 20, 1905 in Freedom. He served in the U.S. Army during World War II. He operated the Conrad Grocery Store for many years and also worked for the Universal School Suppliers of Appleton. He was a member of the Holy Cross Catholic Church, Kaukauna, the Knights of Columbus, Council 1033, also a life member of the Kaukauna Elks Club No. 962, a member of the Fox Valley Golf Club. He is survived by his wife, Eleanor Mularkey Conrad; four brothers: Joseph, Peter, and Leo Conrad all of Kaukauna; Ves Conrad, Sturgeon Bay; three sisters: Mrs. Harvey (Frances) Wolfgram, Appleton; Mrs. Jack (Margaret) VanHimbergen, Kimberly; Mrs. Henry (Marie) Jansen, St. Nazianz; numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, three brothers and three sisters. Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Thursday at Holy Cross Catholic Church, Kaukauna with Father Mike Hoffmann officiating. Burial will be in Holy Cross Cemetery.

2005 Appleton Post Crescent dated 5/29/2005; Conrad, Marie C.< /br> Marie C. Conrad, age 101, passed away on Saturday, May 28, 2005, at St. Paul Villa in Kaukauna. She was born on February 24, 1904, the daughter of the late Peter and Minnie (Hendricks) Siebers. In her younger years, Marie was a telephone operator for Wisconsin Bell before dial tone. On August 21, 1928, she married Wenzel Conrad in Kaukauna. He passed away on December 22, 1982. Marie was very fond of card playing, sewing, and tatting. Marie was a Red Cross volunteer at Riverview Sanitarium for 10 years, a member Holy Cross Catholic Church and the Queen of Peace Choir.< /br> She is survived by her daughter Mary Margaret (Ray) Granger of Kaukauna, a daughter-in-law Mary Ann Conrad of Sayner, WI, her five grandchildren: Kathy Strong and Klare (Terry) Yarish all of Wausau, Kris Conrad of Mosinee, and Scott (Kim) Granger, and Michael Granger all of Kaukauna; four great grandchildren: Jackie Strong, and Anna, Andrew, and Adam Yarish. and her husband’s family Francis Wolfgram and Margaret Van Himbergen.< /br> She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband Wenzel, a son Karl in 1998, and 13 brothers and sisters-in-law.< /br> The Mass of Christian Burial will be conducted on Friday, June 3, 2005, at 1 PM at Holy Cross Catholic Church in Kaukauna. Interment will take place at Holy Cross Catholic Cemetery. Friend may call at the church on Friday from 12 Noon until the time of the service. A memorial fund is being established.< /br> FARGO FUNERAL HOMES400 West Wisconsin AvenueKaukauna 920-766-6200

Conrad, Mary (Romenesko)

1964 Appleton Post Crescent dated 8/6/1964; Mrs. Mary Conrad, Freedom Wisconsin, age 86, passed away at 12:40 p.m. Wednesday after a short illness. She was born in Freedom January 13th, 1878 and lived in that vicinity of all of her life. She was a member of the Christian Mothers and the St. Theresa's society of St. Nicholas Church. Mrs. Conrad is survived by five daughters, Mrs. Cornelius (Anna) Hietpas and Mrs. Henry (Marian) Jansen, both of Little Chute; Mrs. Willard (Rosella) Vandenboom and Mrs. Peter (Agnes) Bergman, both of Appleton; Mrs. Quin (Blanche) VandenBerg, of Freedom; five sons, Walter, Joseph, Earl, all of Appleton; William and Norman both of Freedom, one sister, Mrs. Anna VanHoof, of Little Chute; 37 grandchildren; 57 great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be Saturday at 10:00 a.m. at St. Nicholas Church, Freedom with Father Alfred Hietpas officiating. Internment will be in the parish cemetery.

Conrad, Norbert

1999 Door County Advocate Newspaper; MAN KILLED IN 2-CAR CRASH, by Joe Knappen, Advocate Staff Reporter.< /br> An elderly man was killed and five other people were injured in a two vehicle crash Saturday in Ephraim. Norbert L. Conrad, 81, was pronounced dead at the scene. Five other people were taken to Door County Memorial Hospital for treatment of injuries. The death was Door County's second fatality this year. According to the Door County Sheriff's Department, the crash occurred at 2:11 p.m. Saturday on Highway 42, Water Street, near Anderson Lane in Ephraim. According to Sgt Jon Koch, a GMC sport utility vehicle driven by Marvin P Brockman, 47, of Kaukauna, was northbound on the highway when it rear-ended a car driven by Mark E. Davis, 37, of Wheaton, IL.. Conrad, a passenger in the rear seat of Brockman's light truck died at the scene, Koch said. A pre-existing medical condition of Brockman's was listed as a factor that contributed to the accident, according to the accident report. Condition was not identified. After the impact the Davis car was pushed to the shoulder of the road. Brockman's truck went off the pavement where the road curves sheared off some trees and came to rest in a deep ditch alongside the highway. Brockman and his wife, Kathleen, 47, and another passenger, Eva M Conrad, 78, all of Kaukauna, where taken to DCMH where they were admitted for treatment of various injuries. Davis and his wife, Kathleen, also receive treatment at the DCMH emergency room but were not admitted. Their three children-ages 1, 6, and 10-were examined by the paramedics at the scene but did not require additional medical attention at the hospital. The county's first fatality of 1999 occurred January 14th when John S. Reiss, 85, of Sister Bay died from injuries sustained in a two car crash.

Conrad, Peter

1993 Appleton Post Crescent dated 3/23/1993; Peter Conrad, 116 W. Fifth St. Kaukauna< /br> Age 84, died Monday, March 22, 1993, following a three week illness. He was born Sept 23, 1908 in Freedom, son of the late William and Lena (Green) Conrad. He was employed as an electrical foreman (Lower Mill) at Thilmany Pulp and Paper Company for 37 years retiring in 1970. He was a member of St. Mary's Catholic Church, the Management Club, and Quarter Century Club of Thilmany and the I.B.E.W.< /br> Survivors include a daughter and son-in-law: Joan C and Harold Sherwood, Elmhurst, Ill.; a grandson, Brian P. Sherwood, Waukegan, Ill; two brothers and five sisters-in-law: Leo and Gladys Conrad, Kaukauna, Ves and Janet Conrad, Sturgeon Bay; Belle Conrad and Maria Conrad both of Kaukauna; Bea Thomas, Appleton; two sisters and three brothers-in-law: FRances and Harvey Wolfgram, Appleton, Margaret VanHimbergen, Kimberly; and Henry Jansen, Saint Nazianz. He was preceded in death by his first wife Marie in 1970; his second wife Erma in 1985; five brothers, Leonard, Joe, Wenzel, Richard and Clarence; and four sisters; Annaceil, Martha, Verna, and Marie (Connie). Funeral services will be at 10:30 a.m. Friday at St. Mary's Catholic church, Kaukauna with Rev. Ron Lhotte officiating. Burial will be at Holy Cross Cemetery, Kaukuana.

Conrad, Richard

1965 Appleton Post Crescent dated 3/14/1965; Richard Conrad, Rt. 2, Seymour.< /br> Age 54 passed away unexpectedly at 6:30 a.m. Saturday at his home. He was born October 13, 1910 in Freedom. He was married September 7, 1932 to Beatrice Schroeder in Gillett, Wis. He was owner and operator of a tavern on Rt. 2 Seymour for the past 18 years. He was a member of the Eagle's Club, Kaukauna and tha Holy Name Society of St. John's Catholic Church, Seymour. Mr. Conrad is survived by his wife and three sons, Kenneth, Tigerton, Wayne, Manitowoc, Bruce, Appleton; his mother. Mrs. Lena Conrad, Kaukauna; six brothers: Wenzel, Joseph, Leonard, Pater and Leo, all of Kaukauna, and Sylvester, Sturgeaon Bay; five sisters: Mrs. Edward (Martha) Scholz, and Mrs. Jack (Margaret) VanHimbergen, both of Kimberly, Mrs. Nick (Annaceil Milbach, Mrs. Dean (Frances) Ozborn and Miss Marie Conrad all of Kaukauna; 6 grandchildren. His father, one brother and one sister preceded him in death. Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday at St. John's Catholic Church with Rev. Joseph A. Labno officiating. Burial will be in Highland Memorial Park, Appleton.

Conrad, Sylvester

2002 Appleton Post Crescent dated 10/1/2002;Conrad, Sylvester “Ves” L.< /br> Sylvester “Ves” Louis Conrad, 86, of 1704 Georgia, Sturgeon Bay, passed away Saturday, September 28, 2002 at Door County Memorial Hospital. He was born April 16, 1916 in Freedom, Wisconsin, the son of the late William and Lena (Green) Conrad. On October 6, 1963 he married Janet Marie (Minor) Cundy at their home in Sturgeon Bay. She preceded him in death on September 4, 1997. Ves retired from Prange’s Department Store in 1985. Prior to that, he was employed with Bunda’s Department Store and Leathem Smith Lodge in Sturgeon Bay. Ves loved perch fishing and boating, and was an avid Green Bay Packer fan. He was a member of Sturgeon Bay Moravian Church where he enjoyed helping the Men’s Club with the church’s fish boils. He was a past member of the Sturgeon Bay Elk’s Club.< /br> He is survived by his stepson, J. Philip (Mary) Cundy of Oshkosh; stepdaughter, Rev. Dr. Jane F. Cundy and her two sons, Christopher and Jack Perry all of Albuquerque, New Mexico; two sisters, Frances Wolfgram of Appleton and Margaret VanHimbergen of Kaukauna; several nieces and nephews and many close friends. His parents, wife, four sisters and seven brothers preceded him in death.< /br> Funeral services will be held on Wednesday, October 2nd, 2002 at 11:00 a.m. at Huehns Funeral Home of Sturgeon Bay with Rev. Dr. Matt Knapp officiating. Burial will be made in Bayside Cemetery. Friends may call at Huehns Funeral Home on Wednesday from 10:00 a.m. until the time of services at 11:00 a.m. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made in Ves Conrad’s name for Sturgeon Bay Moravian Church.

Conrad, Wenzel C

1982 Appleton Post Crescent dated 12/23/1982; Wenzel C. Conrad 907 Joyce St. Kaukauna< /br> Age 79, died suddenly Wednesday afternoon. He was born Feb 2, 1903 in Appleton and lived in Appleton most of his life. He was a member of Thilmony Quarter Century Club, the Foreman Club of Thilmany, the Golden Agers, and the A.A. R.P. He was also a member of Holy Cross Catholic Church for 54 years. He was married to Marie Sievers for over 54 years. Survivors include his wife Marie Sievers Conrad; a daughter and son-in-law, Mary Margaret and Ray Granger, Kaukauna; a son and daughter-in-law, Karl and Mary Ann Conrad, Wausau; five brothers: Joseph, Leonard, Peter and Leo all of Kaukauna; Sylvester, Sturgeon Bay; three sisters: Mrs. Harvey (FRances) Wolfgram, Appleton; Mrs. Jack (Margaret) VanHimbergen, Kimberly; Mrs. Henry (Marie) Jansen, Saint Nazianz; five grandchildren: Scott and Michael Granger, Kaukauna; Mrs. Terry (Klare) Yarish, Schofield; Mrs. Michael (Kathy) Strong, Marathon; Kristian Conrad, Schofield. He was preceded in death by two brothers, Richard and Clarence, three sisteres, Annaceil Milbach, Verna Conrad, and Martha Schultz. The funeral will be 10 a.m. Friday at Holy Cross Catholic Church with Rev. Mike Hoffmann officiating. Burial will be in the parish cemetery.

Conrad, William A Sr.

2003 Appleton Post Crescent dated 12/4/2003; Conrad, Sr., William A., Freedom< /br> Age 91, died Wednesday December 3, 2003 at home. Bill was born August 1, 1912 to the late Joseph and Mary (Romenesko) Conrad in Oneida, WI. He married the former Harriet Kemps on August 24, 1940 at St. Nicholas Catholic Church in Freedom. Dad was a devoted husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather. His “Top of the morning, its daylight in the swamp” greeting started his lively days. Prayer and Church were serious parts of his long life. He also loved the great outdoors for frequent hunting adventures with family and friends. The family lake cottage and hunting cabins provided many happy outings. Dad was also the handyman, building his own home as well as helping others with numerous building projects. In his basement workshop he produced many birdhouses and other gifts from his heart to his dear family and friends. “Don’t you cry when I die because you know I lived every day”were his words of wisdom as he looked forward to eternal joy with Jesus.< /br> He is survived by his wife Harriet Conrad of Freedom; six sons Lyle (Connie) Conrad of Oshkosh, Robert “Bob” (Betty) Conrad of Freedom, Donald (Shirley) Conrad of De Pere, Roy (Betty) Conrad of Appleton, Bill Jr. (Linda) Conrad of Freedom and Randy “Sparky” (Deb) Conrad of Freedom; two daughters, Carol (Mark) Farrell of Freedom and Nancy (Dennis) Peters of Freedom; 29 grandchildren and 22 great grandchildren; one sister, Blanche (Quinten) Vandenberg of Freedom.< /br> He will also be missed by two brothers in law, Bernard Kemps and Marty Kemps; five sisters in law, Eva Conrad, Marion Conrad, Josie Kamps, Margaret Kemps and Dorothy Mitterer; and numerous nieces and nephews.< /br> His parents and five brothers, Norbert, Joseph, Walter, Earl and John Conrad and six sisters, Anne (Corniel) Hietpas, Roselle (Willard) VandenBoom, Agnes (Peter) Bergman, Marion (Henry) Jansen preceded him in death. He was also preceded in death by brothers and sisters in law, Antonette (Bill) Vanden Hogan, Henry Kamps, Ted (Minnie) Kemps, John Kemps, Adrian (Marie) Kemps, Sr. Annette Kemps, Minnie (Harry) Noffke, Marion Kemps, Albert Mitterer, Marie (Becker) Lenz and Nora Kemps.< /br> The funeral service will be 11:00 a.m. on Saturday December 6, at ST. NICHOLAS CATHOLIC CHURCH, Freedom with Fr. Dennis Ryan and Msgr. James Vanden Hogan co-officiating. Friends will be received on Friday at the Boettcher Family Funeral Home 2401 Fieldcrest Drive, Kaukauna from 4:00 p.m. until the 7:30 p.m. prayer service and again on Saturday at Church from 9:00 a.m. until the time of service. Interment will follow in the Parish Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, a memorial is being established.< /br> The Boettcher Family Funeral Home, Kaukauna is assisting the family. 766-2099.< /br> A limb has fallen from the family tree I hear a voice that says, “Grieve not for me.”< /br> Remember the good times, The laughter, the song. The good life I lived, when I was strong.< /br> Continue my heritage, I’m counting on you. Keep smiling and surely, the sun will shine through.< /br> My mind is at ease, my soul is at rest. Remember the good things, I truly was blessed.< /br> Continue traditions, no matter how small. Go on live your life, don’t just stare at the wall.< /br> I miss you all dearly, so keep up your chin. Until the day comes, we’re together again.< /br>  

Cox, Ellen (Rice)

1927 Appleton Post Crescent dated ?; Mrs. Thomas Cox, 67, Holland town, died 8 clock Monday evening at her home after a long illness. She is survived by her widower, Thomas Cox, three daughters, Mrs. James Summers of Green Leaf, Miss Rose Cox of Madison and Miss Nellie Cox at home, one son Dr. J. H. Cox of Milwaukee, her mother Mrs. John Rice of Morrison, six brothers, Matthew and John Rice of Morrison, the Rev. W.J. Rice of Oshkosh, Dr. S. J. Rice of Stevens Point, Dr. R. H. Rice and Dr. Edward Rice of Milwaukee and one sister Miss Molly Rice of Morrison. Mrs. Cox is one of the oldest inhabitants of Holland town having lived there approximately 45 years. Funeral services will be held at 10:00 Thursday morning at St. Francis Church, Holland town, with Rev. W. J. Rice of Oshkosh, brother of Mrs. Thomas Cox, celebrating solemn requiem high mass. Assistants will be the Rev. H. VandeCastle of St. Mary Catholic Church of Kaukauna and the Rev. Louis Oeffel of St. Francis Church, Holland town. Burial will be at Holland town.

Cox, Thomas

Obit Missing - died 11/24/2001 Waukesha, WI.

Obit Missing - died 1972 Appleton

Obit Missing - Unknown death date

Coyle, Joseph

1969 Appleton Post Crescent dated 6/18/1969; Joseph R. Coyle, 346 Nicolet Blvd. Menasha, age 89, passed away Tuesday noon after a one week illness. He was born July 15, 1879 in Menasha and was a life resident of Menasha. He formerly served as alderman of the Third Ward of Menasha and was postmaster of the City of Menasha from 1936 to 1951. Mr. Coyle was a member of the John A. Bryan Lodge No. 98 F & AM, Menasha Chapter no. 23 R.A.M., a past exalted Ruler and held life membership in the B.P.O.E. No. 676, Neenah-Menasha, and a member of the retired Postal Employees Assoc. Survivors are two sons, Thomas and Richard of Neenah; one niece, Miss Leona Gilbert of Olympia Washington and four grandchildren. His wife Mata, preceded him in death in 1950. The Elks memorial service will be held Wednesday evening at the funeral home at 7 p.m. Internment will be at Oak Hill Cemetery.

Obit Missing - died 5/9/1912 Tacoma, WA.

Coyle, Mary (Powers)

1922 Menasha Record dated 12/30/1922< /br> Lived In This City 77 Years - Mrs. Marie Coyle Was Believed To Be The Oldest Resident Of Menasha Funeral Sunday< /br> Mrs. Marie Coyle, who came to Menasha when there were only two log cabins here, passed away at her home at 300 Nicolet boulevard at 5:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon, after an illness of more than one year. Decedent was born in Killew, County Clare, Ireland, May 30 1834, and therefore was eighty-eight years of age at the time of her death. At the age of ten years, she came to America settling in Hollyoke, Mass. Seventy-seven years ago she came to Menasha. At that time Menasha was merely a clearing in the wilderness with two log cabins representing a trading post with the Indians. There were no other buildings here. She is survived by two sons, Joseph and Thomas Coyle, both of Menasha, and three grandchildren. Mr. Coyle died thirty years ago and a son, Martin Coyle, passed away seven years ago. Funeral services will be held from St. Patrick's Church Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock, Rev. G. A. Clifford officiating.

Coyle, Metha (Miller)

Obit Missing - died 7/10/1950 Rochester, MN.

Coyle, Patrick

1893 The Press newspaper dated 12/16/1893; The Reaper Death; Patrick Coyle, a resident of Menasha for the past twenty years or more died at his home on the Island Sunday, aged 53 years. His death was probably due to la grippe.(Flu) The funeral was held from St. Patrick's church Tuesday morning, Rev. Wm. DeKelver officiating.

Coyle, Patricia (Letter)

1976 Appleton Post Crescent dated 11/8/1976; Mrs, Thomas Coyle (Patricia Letter) 340 Fourth St. Neenah, Age 50, died Sunday morning at Theda Clark Memorial Hospital after a courageous struggle with cancer. She was born December 12, 1925 in Appleton. She graduated from Appleton High school in 1943. Prior to her marriage in 1947 she was employed by the F.B.I. in Washington and later with the Appleton State Bank. She was a member of the St. Patrick's Catholic Church. Survivors include her husband, Thomas; a daughter Maureen at home; two sons, Robert, Neenah and Daniel, Appleton; three sisters: Mrs. William Roberts, Lake Worth Florida, Mrs. Roy Kuhr, Neenah, and Mrs Paul Helmrath, Appleton; two brothers: Walter Letter, Miami Beach Florida and Norbert Letter, Omaha, Nebraska, and two grandchildren. The complete funeral will be at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday at St. Patrick Catholic Church with the Revs. David J. Lewis, William Kuhr and Michael Kuck all officiating. Internment will be at Oak Hill Cemetery.

Coyle, Richard T">

1991 Unknown Newspaper obituary provided by Loretta Coyle March 2002< /br> Richard T. Coyle, 2201 Southwood Dr. Appleton, Age 81, died unexpectedly Thursday, June 6, 1991 at St. Elisabeth Hospital. He was born October 17, 1909 in Menasha. Richard had been an Appleton resident for the past 14 years formerly making his home in Neenah. He was a former employee of American Can Co. Marathon Division. He was a member of the N-M B.P.O.E. Lodge No. 676 and the John A. Bryan Lodge no 98 F.A.M., Menasha. He is survived by his wife Dorothy; a son and daughter-in-law: James (Suzanne) Coyle, Pewaukee, Wisconsin; a grandson, Christopher; and a brother and sister-in-law: Thomas (Loretta) Coyle, Neenah. A memorial servive will be conducted by the Elks Lodge and the Masonic Lodge will be held Saturday June 8, 1991 at The Westgor Funeral home.

Obit Missing - died 12/25/1992

Coyle, Thomas E

1941 Appleton Post Crescent dated 10/9/1941< /br> Menasha - Thomas E. Coyle, 64, DePere, brother of Postmaster J. R. Coyle, died at midnight last night at St. Vincent hospital Green Bay after a long illness. He was born July 4, 1877, in Menasha and was a papermaker all his life. Two nephews and a niece are the only survivors in addition to the brother. The Rev. Joseph Ahearn will conduct the services, burial will be in St. Patrick's Church parish cemetery.

Coyle, Thomas Walter

2004 Appleton Post Crescent dated 3/5/2004; Coyle, Thomas W., Thomas W. Coyle, 85, of Neenah, passed away Thursday, March 4, 2004 at his home. He was born October 15, 1918 in Menasha, son of the late Joseph and Metha (Miller) Coyle. Thomas attended Menasha schools. He also attended Lawrence College and Bowlby Business College. He was a veteran of World War II, 3 years with 654th Engineers, Camp McCoy; also England, France, Belgium and Germany. In 1978 Thomas retired from American Can Graphic Arts after 36 years. He was a member of St. Paul Lutheran Church, Neenah. He was a life member of the Neenah-Menasha Elks Lodge #676 and a charter member of the Old Goats. Thomas married Patricia Letter on October 10, 1947; she preceded him in death on November 7, 1976. He married Loretta (Schiller) Rae on July 27, 1986.< /br>Survivors include his wife, Loretta; three children: Robert T. (Susan), Menasha; Daniel O. (Lisa), Provo, Utah; Maureen E. (Douglas) Armstrong, Escondido, California; five grandchildren: Jeremy (Salli) Coyle, Hortonville; Elizabeth (Troy) Kuppernus, New London; David Coyle, Milwaukee; Caleb Coyle and Emily Coyle, Provo, Utah; three great-grandchildren: Morgan, Zachary and Dylan Coyle, Hortonville; five step children: Tammy (Dwayne) Rose, Menomonee Falls; Terri (Tim) Shewmaker, Franktown, Colorado; Tracy (Charles) Esser, Waukesha; Darren (Susan) Rae, Brillion; Mitchell (Kris) Rae, Denver, Colorado; eight step grandchildren: Kyle and Lindsay Rose, Alexandra and Jake Esser, Seth, Emma and Elizabeth Shewmaker, and Taylor Rae; and a nephew, James R. (Susan) Coyle, Brookfield, Wisconsin.

Cripps, Ellen (Ryan)

1951 Appleton Post Crescent dated 6/27/1951; Mrs. Ellen Cripps, Former Kaukauna resident, is dead< /br>Mrs. Ellen Cripps, 94, Kaukauna resident most of her life, died shortly before 9 o'clock Tuesday evening at the home of her daughter Mrs. Ben Hartzheim, 518 Randall street, with whom she had lived the past year and a half. Mrs. Cripps was born March 4, 1857 in Springfield, Mass. She lived in Kaukauna from the time she was 8 months old until she went to live with her daughter. Before coming to Appleton Mrs. Cripps lived with her sister Miss Winifred Ryan, 405 W. Seventh street, Kaukauna. Active in the catholic Church, Mrs. Cripps was a member of the Third Order of St. Francis and the Altar Society of St. Mary church, Kaukauna. She was a member of the Outagamie Pioneer and Historical Society. Survivors, in addition to Mrs. Hartzheim are another daughter, Mrs. John Lemmer, Escanaba, Mich.; two sisters, Miss Winifred Ryan, Kaukauna and Mrs. James Harney, Chisholm, Minn. Her brother was the late Judge Thomas Ryan of Appleton.< /br>Burial in St. Mary's parish cemetery.

Cripps, Peter Pierson

Obit Missing - died possibly between 1900-1910

Obit Missing - died 8/12/2001 Green Bay, WI.

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Damro, Lorraine (Powers)

2001 Appleton Post Crecsent dated 10/16/2001; Powers-Damro, Lorraine 108 W. 14th St. Kaukauna< /br> Age 79, died Monday, October 15, 2001 at home with her family and friends at her side following a courageous 1 year battle with cancer. She was born August 5, 1922 in Kaukauna; daughter of the late William and Thelma (Roberts) Powers. Lorraine enjoyed golfing, bowling, traveling and going to the casino and cooking for others. Her life was her dog, Muffin. She was employed at the office at Thilmany Pulp and Paper for 46 years. She was a member of St. Aloysius Catholic Church, Kaukauna and the Thilmany Quarter Century Club. Survivors include a daughter and son-in-law, Lynn (John) Tuttle, Somerset, Wisconsin; a son and daughter-in-law, Dan (Shirley) Domro, Menasha; two grandsons: Jeff (Wendy) Domro, Combined Locks; Jim Domro, Menasha; two great-grandchildren, Dillan and Taylor Domro, Combined Locks; three brothers and sisters-in-law: Sherman (Patty) Powers, Denton, Texas; Dick (Marie) Powers, Appleton; Wilfred (Joan) Powers, Kaukauna. She is further survived by a special cousin, Marilyn (Kenneth) Tease, Kaukauna; special friends, Grace Hanby and Cal DeBruin; and many nieces, nephews and other relatives. She was preceded in death by three brothers, Kenneth Powers, Joseph Powers, Kenneth Powers; and a sister, Mary Zirbel. A memorial service will be held at 5 p.m. Wednesday at St. Aloysius Catholic Church, Kaukauna with Fr. David Schmidt officiating. Friends may call directly at the church from 3 p.m. Wednesday until the time of services. In lieu of flowers, a memorial fund has been established for Theda Care Hospice, the American Cancer Society and the Outagamie County Humane Society. Boettcher Family Funeral Home, Kaukauna is assisting the family.< /br> The family would like to express their appreciation and thanks to Dr. Anthony Phillips and staff and Theda Care Hospice Staff: Kathy, Lisa, Suzi, Lynn, Kelly, Samantha and Sheila.

DeBruin, Frederick

1999 Appleton Post Crescent dated 1/31/99, Frederick A. DeBruin, age 70, was called from his family on Friday, January 30th, 1998 at his home, surrounded by his loved ones. Fritz had battled cancer since 1981. He was born February 19th, 1927 in Kaukauna, son of the late Albert and Susan (Schommer) DeBruin. Fritz married Gloria Siebers on July 26th, 1947 and they celebrated 50 years of marriage last summer. He was a longtime member of Holy Cross Catholic Church in Kaukauna. For over 40 years, he was employed by Thilmany Pulp and Paper, retiring in 1987. He was a member of the Thilmany Quarter Century Club and also served as chairman of the Thilmany management club. Fritz loved all the outdoors, especially hunting, fishing and golf, yard work and gardening. He was a member of the Senior Golf League at Countryside golf course and senior bowling at Northside Lanes. He was also a member of the Urban Klister Post 436 of the American Legion, Wrightstown and served in the U.S. Navy during World War Two in the Pacific Theater. He is survived by his wife of 50 years, Gloria DeBruin, of Kaukauna, three sons, Gary (Shirley) DeBruin, of Kaukauna, Michael (Jan) DeBruin, of Colorado Springs Colorado, Randy (Amy) DeBruin, of Sherwood, two daughters, Mary (Carl) Broeren, of Northwood, North Dakota; Lori (Tom) Messerschmidt, of Winneconne, eight grandchildren, Paul and Pat DeBruin, Corinne and Amber DeBruin, Abbey DeBruin, Tim, Steven and John Broeren, two brothers, Carl (Grace) DeBruin of Kaukauna, Clarence DeBruin, of Kaukauna, four sisters, Mildred Smith, of Kaukauna, Betty (Richard) VanWychen, of Kaukauna, Ruth (Nick) Geurts, of Mountain Wisconsin, Mary Alice (Ralph) Meulemans, of Kaukauna, brothers in law, Clifford (Lavern) Weyers, of Kaukauna, Richard (Pat) Siebers, of Kaukauna, sisters in law Zada Siebers, of Kimberly, Martha DeBruin, of Kaukauna, numerous nieces, nephews, other relatives, and many friends. He was preceded in death by his parents, brothers Raymond and Alvin DeBruin, sisters Mae DeBruin and Marylou Weyers, sisters in law, Joan DeBruin, Evelyn Siebers, Honey DeBruin Abitz, brothers in law, Gerald Smith and James Siebers, and by Gloria's parents, Albert Siebers and Mary Siebers Ozburn. The mass of resurrection will be held at 10:30 a.m. Monday, February 2nd, 1998 at Holy Cross Catholic Church, Kaukauna, with Father David Hoffman officiating. Burial will be in Holy Cross cemetery.

DeBruin, Joan (Derus)

1976 Appleton Post Crescent dated 10/18/1976; Mrs. Clarence DeBruin, "Mrs. Cal" Joan Derus, 403 Plank Rd. Kaukauna; Age 52, died Monday morning after a brief illness. She was born March 4, 1924 in Kaukauna; and was a lifelong resident. She attended Holy Cross Grade School, Kaukauna High School, and for the last 18 years she was employed by Doerings Super Valu, Kaukauna. She was a member of St. Aloysius Catholic Church. Survivors include her husband, Clarence (Cal) DeBruin; three daughters: Mrs. Bruce (Susan) Levanetz, Kaukauna; Mrs. Dan (Mary) VanWychen, Wisconsin Rapids; Mrs. David (Peg) Simaz, St. Joseph, Michigan; a son Eric, Albany, New York. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Derus, Kaukauna; a brother, David Derus, San Francisco, California; three sisters: Mrs. Charles (Charlotte) Montanye, Kimberly; Mrs. Marvin (Clarine) Miller, Kaukauna; Mrs. Frank (Betty) Lueck, Kaukauna; and a grandchild. Funeral will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday at St. Aloysius Catholic Church, Kaukauna...Burial will be in Holy Cross cemetery, Kaukauna.

DeBruin, John Joseph

2004 Appleton Post Crescent dated 4/10/2004; De Bruin, Joe< /br> Joe De Bruin age 51, of Winchester, died Thursday, April 8, 2004. He was born February 17, 1953 in Appleton, Wisconsin to Erv and Millie (Verhagen) De Bruin. Joe grew up in Kaukauna and was a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh. He married Mary Halvorson on June 18, 1977 at the Newman Center in Oshkosh. Joe was employed with Kimberly-Clark for the past 19 years and had volunteered many hours to Mounte Alverno Retreat Center in Appleton. He was a member of St. Mary Catholic Church in Winneconne.< /br> Joe was a loving husband and father and is survived by his wife of 26 years, Mary De Bruin, of Winchester; and daughter, Sara De Bruin, a student at Marquette University. He is also survived by his parents, Erv and Millie De Bruin, of Kimberly; sisters and brothers, Sr. Diana “Mary” De Bruin, of Milwaukee; Ann (Tom) Vandenberg, of Little Chute; Jane (Rob) Siebers, of California; Bill De Bruin, of Combined Locks; Kathy (Jeff) Sinclair, of Milwaukee; his father-in-law and mother-in-law, John and Eileen Halvorson; brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law, John P. Halvorson, Joseph (Kathy) Halvorson, Margaret (Keith) Emich, Patty (Mark) Nimmer; nieces and nephews, Rebecca, Katie, and Laura Vandenberg; Matt, Andy, Maggie, and Emma Sinclair; Michael, Kevin, and Elise De Bruin; David, Alex, Andrew, and Melissa Nimmer.< /br> Funeral services will be held on Monday, April 12, 2004 at 7:00 p.m. at St. Mary Catholic Church, 210 Pleasant Drive, Winneconne, with Fr. Leroy Smet, Fr. Kieran Hickey, and Deacon Orville De Bruin concelebrating. Inurnment will be in St. Joseph Cemetery, Appleton. Family and friends may call on Monday at the church from 4:00 p.m. until the hour of services.< /br> In lieu of flowers, a memorial fund has been established in Joe’s name. To continue on with Joe’s generosity that he showed throughout his life, his family saw to it that he was a tissue donor. Joe lived to make the world more beautiful whether it was in his backyard, through his music, or through the people he touched throughout his life. Joe’s eyes were always on heaven and his profound faith inspired and touched everyone around him. Although he will be dearly missed, those that loved him realize his willingness and joyfulness to be with God. Mueller Funeral Home 904 E. Main St. PO Box 30 Winneconne, WI 54986 (920) 582-4242< /br>  

DeCoster, Chester

2001 Green Bay Press Gazette dated 11/4/2001; DeCoster, Chester< /br> Chester DeCoster, 75, Green Bay, died Friday, Nov. 2, 2001 at a local hospital. Born on Jan. 9, 1926 he is the son of the late Louis and Mary (Verhagen) DeCoster. Chester worked for the Community Service Center in Green Bay. He was involved in Special Olympics and loved bowling and polka music.< /br> Survived by: one brother and sister-in-law: Raymond and Barbara DeCoster of Neenah; one sister: Marion DeCoster of Appleton; many nieces and nephews. He is also survived by his many friends at the Cottonwood Center.< /br> Preceded in death by five brothers: Clarence, Richard, Joseph, Lester and Robert DeCoster; one sister: Lucina Miller.< /br> Friends may call at WEST MASON MALCORE Funeral Home, 1530 West Mason Street, from 10 a.m. Tuesday until the time of the funeral service. Funeral services Tuesday 2 p.m. at the funeral home by Deacon Bob Nooker. Burial in St. John’s Cemetery, Little Chute.< /br> Special thanks to St. Vincent’s Hospital and the Cottonwood Center.

DeCoster, Louis

1938 Appleton Post Crescent dated 3/9/1938; Louis DeCoster, 49, died at his Home at Combined Locks at l0:30 last night after a 3-week illness. Born in Freedom, he lived in Combined Lock's the last 13 years. He was employed as a truck driver at the Combined Locks Paper company. Survivors are the widow; six sons, Clarence, Richard, Joseph, Ray, Robert, Chester; two daughters, Lucina and Marion, all of Combined Locks; the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew DeCoster Little Chute; four brother; Nick, George, Kaukauna; Leonard, John, Little Chute; four sisters, Mrs. Peter Aweyenberg, Seymour; Mrs. William Evers. Mrs. Joseph Plauck, Little Chute; Mrs. George Huss, Kaukauna. Funeral services will be held at 9 o'clock Saturday morning at St. Paul's church, Combined Locks. Burial will be in St. John's cemetery, Little Chute.

DeCoster, Mary (Verhagen)

1973 Appleton Post Crescent dated 8/13/1973; Mrs. Mary (Mayme) DeCoster, age 82, passed away at 9:35 Sunday evening at St. Elizabeth Hospital after a short illness. She was born January 18th, 1891 in Kaukauna and had been a lifelong resident of this area. She is survived by two daughters, Miss Marion DeCoster, of Combined Locks; Mrs. Charles (Lucina) Miller, Brillion; six sons, Clarence, of Appleton; Richard, Joseph and the Chester, all of Combined Locks; Raymond, of Neenah; Robert, of Kaukauna; three brothers, Louis Verhagen, of Appleton; Nicholas, of Menasha; Peter, of Little Chute; two sisters, Mrs. Peter (Margaret) Vandenheuvel, of Little Chute; Mrs. Anton (Mathilda) Oudenhoven, of Kimberly; 22 grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 11:00 a.m. Wednesday at St. Paul Catholic Church, Combined Locks with Reverend Robert Vandenberg officiating. Internment will be in the St. John's cemetery, Little Chute.

DeCoster, Richard

OBIT MISSING

Dembinski, Lois (Powers)

1993 Milwaukee Journal dated 8/9/1993 - Obituary Notice (sent by Marjorie Powers Hoffman in March 2001.) Dembinski, Lois (nee Powers) Found eternal peace in her heavenly home, Aug. 7, 1992 age 92. Dear wife of the late Roman; nieces, nephews and other dear relatives and desr friends. In state after 9 AM Wed. at St. Joseph's Home for the aged, 5301 W. Lincoln, until the time of services at 9:30 AM. Interment Holy Cross. Grateful thanks for the care at St. Joseph's Home for the Aged, St. Joseph's Hospital and St. joseph's Hospice. Lois was a member of the Christian Mothers at St. Mary Magdalen Church and a member of the American Legion Auxilary.< /br>Ryczek-Larsen Bros. serving the family.

Dembinski, Roman

2/19/1895-8/11/1985

Obit missing died 8/11/1995 Milwaukee, WI.

Derks, Frances (VanDyke)

1985 Appleton Post Crescent dated 7/5/1985;Mrs. William M. Derks, Frances VanDyke, 530 Lincoln Ave, Kaukauna< /br> Age 76, died Wednesday morning at St. Elizabeth hospital after a brief illness. She was born May 22, 1909 in Freedom. She was a life long Kaukauna resident, a member of Holy Cross Catholic Church, and a member of the Christian Mothers. She was married for 57 years. Survivors include her husband William M. Derks, five sons and daughters-in-law: William H. and Mary Derks, Combined Locks; John A. and Val, Spokane, WA.; Robert H and Marcie, Kimberly; Thomas and Sandy, Kimberly; Daniel and Carol, Kaukauna; two brothers: Alvin Van Dyke, Freedom, Ignatius Van Dyke, San Francisco, CA.; three sisters: Mrs. Loretta Hoelzel, Little Chute; Mrs. Rosella Ebben, Menasha; and Mrs. Ann Ebben, Redondo Beach, CA.; 24 grandchildren and 21 great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents, two sons: Ronald and Donald, three sisters and two brothers. The funeral will be Saturday at 11 a.m. at Holy Cross Catholic Church, with Father David Beaudry officiating. Internment will be in the parish cemetery.

Derks, Jerome R

1999 Appleton Post Crescent dated 4/9/99, Jerome R. Derks, age 46, died Thursday, April 8th, 1999 at St. Elizabeth Hospital, the result of an automobile accident. Jerry was born March 30th, 1953 in Appleton, son of Robert and Marcy (Sommers) Derks. On May 12th, 1978 he married Janice Burton in Graham, Texas. Jerry enjoyed working on cars from young on and look forward to hunting. He enjoyed spending time with his family and friends, and he was a big packer and racing fan. Jerry was employed with Keller Structures as a welder for 20 years and was looking forward to his retirement. He was also a U.S. Navy veteran. Jerry is also survived by his wife, Janice, two sons: Jesse Derks, of Darboy and Jay Derks, of Neenah; two daughters, Jessica (Jason) Day, of Appleton, Jennifer Derks, of Appleton; three grandchildren: Tyler, Amber, and Jasmine: his parents, Robert and Marcy Derks, of Kimberly; four brothers: Richard (Lynn) Derks, of Appleton; Thomas (Mary) Derks, of Hortonville, Robert Derks Jr., of Appleton; James (Kris) Derks, of Appleton; five sisters: Susan Imwalle, of Hermosa S.D., Sandra (Joe) Smith, of Darboy, Sara (Lorman) Anderson, of Neenah, Vicki Derks, of Citrus Heights Calif., Connie (Brian) Hieting, of Neenah, three brothers in law, Donald (Gerri) Burton, Kenneth (Dee) Burton, and James Burton, all of Appleton, and three sisters in law, Sandra (Robert) Schilling, Judith (Robert) Lyons, and Beverly (John) Pompa, all of Appleton. He is preceded in death by his grandparents, William and Frances Derks. Funeral services for Jerry will be held Sunday, April 11th, 1999 at 4:00 p.m. at the Whitman Tri-County Chapel, with Father Rev. Larry Lange officiating.

Derks, Kris (Helein)

2002; KRIS ANN DERKS ; Appleton < /br> Age 34, died unexpectedly on Tuesday, February 26, 2002 at home. Kris was born July 23, 1967 to Richard and Janice (Wichman) Helein in Green Bay, Wisconsin. She married Jim Derks on June 12, 1993 at St. Thomas More Catholic Church, he survives her. Kris enjoyed home life, having company and entertaining. She also had great compassion for others and animals; she regularly donated to the homeless shelter, the animal shelter and Toys for Tots. < /br> She is survived by her husband, Jim Derks; her parents, Richard (Janice) Helein; her mother and father in law, Robert (Marcy) Derks; a sister, Wendy (Kevin) DeWitt; three brothers in law, Rick (Lynn) Derks; Tom (Mary) Derks and Bob (Julie) Derks; six sisters in law, Susan (Tom); Sandra (Joe) Smith; Sara (Lorman) Anderson; Vicki Derks; Connie (Brian) Heiting and Janice Derks. She will also be greatly missed by two uncles, Allen (Dawn) Wichman and John Helein; seven aunts Nancy (Earl) Fenner; Jeanette (Chuck) Eliquist; Linda (Larry) Madson; Barbara (John) Vanveghel; Kathy (John) Stiner; Margie (Harvey) Buchanan and Mary (Alois) Vanden Boogard; and many other aunts, uncles, cousin, nieces, nephews, friends and her dog, Shelby. < /br> She was preceded in death by her brother in law Jerry Derks, paternal grandparents, Theodore (Florence) Helein and maternal grandparents, Gottlieb (Ruth) Wichman. < /br> The Funeral Liturgy will be 11:00 AM Monday March 4, 2002 at ST. THOMAS MORE CATHOLIC CHURCH, 1810 North McDonald, Appleton with Fr. Gerald Falk officiating. Friends may call Sunday at the FUNERAL HOME from 3:00 PM until 6:00 PM and again on Monday at CHURCH from 10:00 AM until the time of service.

Derus, Anthony

1986 Appleton Post crescent dated 9/19/1986; Anthony R. Derus, (Tony), Formerly of 218 Brother Street Kaukauna; passed away Thursday at the Riverview Health Center, at the age of 87. He was born July 13, 1899, in Kaukauna. He lived in Kaukauna all of his life and work at Thilmony Pulp and Paper Company for 32 years. He was a member of Holy Cross Catholic Church and the Quarter Century Club of Thilmany. Survivors include three daughters and three sons-in-law; Charlotte and Charles Montanye, Kimberly; Clarine and Marv MIller, Betty Lueck, Cal DeBruin, all of Kaukauna; a son, David, San Leandro, California; 15 grandchildren, 19 great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife, Mary, in 1977, a daughter Joan, in 1976, three brothers and five sisters. The funeral will be at 12 noon Monday, September 22, 1986, at Holy Cross Catholic Church with Rev. Mike Somers officiating. Burial will be in the parish cemetery.

Derus, Mary (Pennings)

1977 Appleton Post Crescent dated 12/29/1977; Mrs. Anthony Derus, (Mary Pennings) 218 Brothers St. Kaukauna, Age 76, died Thursday morning after a brief illness. She was born November 19, 1901 in Freedom. She lived in the Fox Valley all of her life. Mrs. Derus belonged to the Ladies Foresters and the Holy Cross Congregation. Survivors include her husband, Anthony; three daughters: Mrs. Charles (Charlotte) Montanye, Kimberly, Mrs. Marvin (Clarine) Miller, Kaukauna; and Mrs. Frank (Betty) Lueck, Kaukauna; a son, David Derus, Belmont, California; three brothers: John Pennings, Green Bay; Arthur Pennings, Appleton; and Leo Pennings, Sheboygan: two sisters: Mrs. Loretta Penterman, Appleton; and Mrs. Leo (Magdalen) Benotch, Kauksuna; 15 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a daughter, Joan DeBruin, October 1976. The funeral will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at Holy Cross, Kaukauna, with the Rev. Mike Hoffmann officiating. Burial will be in the parish cemetery. Friends may call at the Fargo Funeral Home, Kaukauna, after 4 p.m. Friday. There will be a rosary at 7:30 Friday evening.

Dettl, Helen (Yingling) (nee Andrejeski)

2002 Appleton Post Crescent dated 11/30/2002< /br>Dettl, Helen (Yingling) (nee Andrejeski) Kaukauna< /br>Age 79, died peacefully Thursday, Thanksgiving Day at St. Elizabeth Hospital, Appleton following a brief illness. She was born November 11, 1923 in Kaukauna; daughter of the late Thomas and Stella (Romenesko)(WRONG SHOULD BE Romanski) Andrejeski. Helen married Jerome Yingling in 1944, he preceded her in death in June of 1966. On October 20, 1973, she married John “Jack” Dettl. The couple celebrated 28 years of marriage until his death in June of 2001. Helen enjoyed sewing, quilting and going to the casino. She was a member of St. Paul’s Catholic Church, Combined Locks.< /br>Surviving are children and their families: Thomas (Debbie) Yingling and their son Jeremy, Appleton; Linda (Pete) Madaski, Iron Mt., Michigan; Gary (special friend Ginny Deines) and his son Jordan, Appleton; Karen (Michael) Rammer and their daughter Sarah, Kaukauna; David (Jennifer) Yingling and their sons Dan and John, Appleton; Audrey Dettl (Milton) Daanen, Sturgeon Bay and their children, Deborah Daanen (Jamie) Van Dahlen, Gregg (Karen) Daanen, Jeffrey (Amy) Daanen, Carrie Daanen (Scott) Callahan; Jack (Carol) Dettl, Allen, Michigan and their children, John (Lynn) Dettl, Jim (Lucy) Dettl, Joel (Kim) Dettl, Mark (Mary) Dettl, Janet (Dan) Ahlburg; 17 great-grandchildren, two brothers and five sister-in-laws: Joe Andrejeski, Neenah; Steve (friend Rita) Andrejeski, Kimberly; Lorraine Andrejeski, Kimberly; Mary Yingling, Lakewood; Della Yingling, Nebraska; Delores Yingling, Appleton; Dorothy (Gene) Sage, Arkansas; a sister and three brothers-in-law: Mary (Al) Newlin, Florida; Orv (Bea) Yingling, White Lake; Jim (Joanne) Yingling, Leona; numerous nieces and nephews. Helen was preceded in death by her first husband, Jerome Yingling; second husband, John Dettl; a brother, John; three brothers-in-law: Donald, Norbert and Francis Yingling; four sisters-in-law: Hazel Yingling, Kathrine, Esther and Marie Andrejeski.< /br>Funeral services will be held at 6:00 pm Monday, December 2, 2002 at St. Paul’s Catholic Church, Combined Locks with Fr. Robert Vandenberg officiating. Burial will be in the parish cemetery. Friends may call directly at the church from 3:30 pm Monday until the time of services. In lieu of flowers, a memorial fund has been established in her name. The Boettcher Family Funeral Home, Kaukauna is assisting the family.< /br>The family would like to thank two special angels, Delores and Harry Hurst, Dr. Alan Cherkasky, Dr. Robert Gellar and the staff of Hematology and Oncology of the Fox Valley and also Dr. Bryan Avery and the staff of the ICU Unit of St. Elizabeth Hospital for their caring and compassionate treatment of Helen during her illness.

DeWan, Henry

1977 Green Bay Press Gazette dated 7/31/1977; Henry A. DeWan, 79, 321 S. Webster, died Friday evening at a local nursing home after a long illness. He was born Nov 9, 1897 in Green Bay to Joseph and Mary DeWan. He moved to Sturgeon Bay at the age of seven and lived there and in Ephraim before returning to Green Bay in 1914. Mr. DeWan was a Veteran of World War I and served with Battery B receiving the Purple Heart. After the Armistice, he served in the Army of Occupation in Europe for 22 months. He was a car salesman in Green Bay most of his life and retired from VanDrisse Motors in 1962. During World War II he served as expeditor for the Leathem Smith Shipbuilding Co in Sturgeon Bay. He was a Councilman in Green Bay for the 4th Ward for four terms in the 1940's and 1950's.< /br> He married the former Mary Jane (Mae) Rhoder, July 21, 1921 in Green Bay. Survivors include his wife, two sons, John H and David J. both of Green Bay, seven grandchildren and one great grand child; one sister Mrs. Jeanne Tease, Green Bay, three brothers, Leland and Elmer in Antigo and Norbert of Milwaukee. Friends may call...Entombment in Allouez Chapel Mausoleum.

DeWan, Mary (Rhoder)

1988 Green Bay Press Gazette dated 12/29/1988; Mrs Mary (Mae) DeWan, 88, 321 S. Webster Ave., died Tuesday Dec 27, 1988 at a local hospital. The former Mary Rhoder was the daughter of the late August and Mary (Romenesko) Rhoder. She was born Aug. 9, 1900 and was a lifelong Green Bay resident. Mary married Henry Dewan July 21, 1921. She was a member ofth eBrown County Historical Society, St. Mary's Guild, Catholic Women's Club, Senior Citizens Orginization, Neville Public Museum, St. Anne Society and the Mission Society of the cathedral. Mrs. DeWan was an active musican and well known for playing th epiano for her special friends and at nursing homes and Senior Citizen Cemters. She was also well known for her poetry and decorative painting. Survivors include two sons and daughters in law, John (Jack) and Lucy, and David and Jan, all of Green Bay, seven grandchildren and five great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband Henry, July 29, 1977. ...Entombment in Allouez Chapel Mausoleum.

Dieringer, Bernard P

1970 Minneapolis StarTribune Wed. 17 June 1970, p. 3D< /br> Dieringer, Barney P., age 80, of 4350 46th Ave. S. Survived by wife Eva A., 2 daughters, Mrs. Eldon (Phyllis) Anderson, Mpls, Mrs. Victor (Gladys) Callahan, Washington D.C., 2 stepsons, Francis and James Dunnigan, both of Mpls [Minneapolis], 2 stepdaughters, Mrs. William Menshek, Mpls, Mrs. Mary E. Stuart, Miami, 12 grandchildren, 9 great grandchildren, 5 brothers, Irving, Mathew, Victor, Sylvester and Alex. Services Thursday 9:30 am at McDivitt House, Minnehaha Chapel, 32nd St. at Minnehaha Ave. and Requiem Mass 10 am at the church of St. Helena, 4320 33rd Ave. S. Interment Resurrection. Visitation beginning Wed. 3 pm. Vigil Service Wed 7:30 pm.

Donahoe, Mary C (Harney)

Obit Missing - died 2/9/1964 Superior, WI.

Donahoe, Edward

Obit Missing

Dorn, Della (VanDyke)

2003 Appleton post crescent dated 3/23/2003; Dorn, Mrs. Frank; (Della Van Dyke) St. Paul Home Kaukauna, Age 97, passed away Wednesday, March 19,2003. Della was born in Freedom on April 22, 1905, daughter of the late Henry and Anna (Van Rooy) Van Dyke. On October I5, 1923 she married Frank Dorn in Freedom; he preceded her in death in 1966. Della enjoyed playing bingo and crocheting, and at one time was a member of the Greenville Homemakers and the William Verhagen Post #60 American Legion Auxiliary. She was also a longtime and faithful member of Holy Name Catholic Church in Kimberly.< /br> Della is survived by a daughter: Marge (Don) Johnson of Kimberly; a son: Edward (Ione) Dorn of Appleton; seven grandchildren: Carol (Gene) King, Jim (Carol) Johnson, Judy (Mike) Holzknecht, John (Sandy) Johnson, Janice (Andy) Dietzen. Jay (Connie) Johnson, and Jolene Johnson; fifteen great granddchildren; a stepgreatgrandson; four stepgreatgranddaughters; eight greatgreatgrandchildren; a brother: Fritz Van Dyke of Kimberly; a sister-in-law: Myra Van Dyke of Apple-ton; as well as many nieces, nephews, other relatives. and friends. Della was procceded in death by her parents, her husband Frank, a great-granddaughter, four sisters and brother-in-law: three brothers and sisters-in law; and by Frank's brother and his wife.< /br> The funeral liturgy for Della will be held at 12:00 Noon on Thes day, March 25, 2003. at HOLY NAME CATHOLIC CHURCH, 600 E. Kimberly Avenue in Kimberly with Fr. Dilvid Schmidt officiating. Interment will be in St. Joseph Cemetery,< /br> Appleton. Friends may call directly at the church on Tuesday from 11 AM until the time of the service. A memorial fund has been established. The family would like to extend their gratitude to the staff at St. Paul Home In Kaukauna. You cared for mother as though she was your very own. Thank you so very much. < /br> Jansen Fargo Funeral Home 204 E. Kimberly Avenue Kimberly 788-6202 < /br>  

Dorsey, Clifford J

1996 Appleton Post Crescent dated 5/24/96; Clifford J. Dorsey, age 72, died Thursday May 23rd, 1996 at Omro Care Center, Omro.  He was born December 1, 1923 in Appleton, the son of the late Thomas and Coletta (Golden) Dorsey.  Clifford had been employed in industrial building construction and mason work in the Appleton area, retiring in 1982 to Auroraville.  He was a member of the Laborers' International Union of North America.  He is survived by a brother and sister in law, Robert and Carol Dorsey of Bossier City Louisiana, five sisters and two brothers-in-law, Edna and Howard Allen, of Auburn Calif., Inez Schroeder of Colorado Springs Colorado, Anna Crowley, of Green Bay, Irene Hopfensperger, of Modesto Calif., Margaret and Floyd Weyenberg, of Larson.  Along with his parents, he was also preceded in death by two sisters, Florence Moder and Imelda Keen and two brothers Thomas and James Dorsey.  Funeral services will be held Saturday at 1:00 p.m. at the Mueller funeral home, Winneconne with Rev. Leroy Smet officiating.  Cremation will follow with internment and St. Mary's cemetery, Appleton.

 

Dorsey, Coletta (Golden)

1987 Appleton Post Crescent dated 8/12/87; Colletta Rose Dorsey, passed away at a DePere Nursing Home Wednesday morning, August 12th, 1987.  Coletta was born in the town of Holland Brown County on June 25, 1889.  She and her husband farmed in the town of Center for over 45 years.  Mrs. Dorsey was a member of the St. Joseph's Parish of Appleton, the Christian Mothers, the Third Order of St. Francis.  Survivors include her daughters: Edna M Allen, of California, Inez M. Schroeder, of Appleton, Anna A Crowley, of Green Bay, Irene Hopfensperger, of California, Margaret M. Weyenberg, of Caledonia, her sons, Clifford J. Dorsey, of Appleton James M. Dorsey, of Green Bay, Robert J. Dorsey, of Louisiana, 55 grandchildren, 56 great-grandchildren, and a great great grandchild.  She was preceded in death by her husband, Thomas W. Dorsey Sr. in 1962, a son, Thomas W. Dorsey Jr. in 1983, two daughters Florence M Moder, in 1980 and Imelda R Keen in 1976.  The complete funeral will be at 11:00 a.m. Friday August 14th, 1987 at St. Joseph Catholic church with Rev. Jerome Higgins officiating.  Internment will be in St. Mary's cemetery.  Friends may call at the Whitman funeral home, 537 North superior on Thursday from 4 until 8:00 p.m. and Friday from 8 A.M. until the cortege leaves for the church.  The prayer and Scripture service will be 7:30 p.m. Thursday.  A memorial fund is being established.

Dorsey, Elizabeth (Glasheen)

1914 Appleton Evening Crescent dated 12/10/1914; Mrs. Elizabeth Dorsey Dies of Heart Failure< /br>Mrs. Elizabeth Dorsey, wife of William Dorsey died yesterday morning at Center of heart failure. The funeral will be held Saturday morning at 9:30 at St. Edward's church, Mackville., internment at St. Mary's cemetery in Appleton. The deceased is survived by a husband and two children, Mrs. John Kavanugh, Freedom; Thomas Dorsey, Center.

Obit Missing died 11/16/1990 Green Bay, WI.

Dorsey, Thomas

1962 Appleton Post Crescent dated 7/11/1962, page B-6< /br> County Farm Unit Worker Dies at 75 - A former chairman of the old Agriculteral Adjustment Association, Thomas Dorsey, route 3, Appleton, died Wednesday at the age of 75. Dorsey worked for the AAA since it's inception in 1933. The farm service unit is now known as the Agriculteral Stabilization and Conservation Service. He was born Aug 25, 1886 in the town of Center and has been a lifelong resident of this area. Dorsey is survived by his wife and seven daughters, four sons and 40 grandchildren. Funeral arrangements are being made by Ellenbecker Funeral Home.< /br> < /br> 1962 Appleton Post Crescent dated 7/11/1962, page D-6< /br> Thomas Dorsey, age 75, passed away at his home. He was born Aug 25, 1886 in the town of Center and has been a lifelong resident of the area. He served as chairman of the Agriculteral Adjustment Association for 27 years. Mr. Dorsey is survived by his wife; seven daughters, Mrs Ted (Florence) Moder; and Mrs. Harold (Inez) Schroeder, both of Appleton; Mrs. Howard (Edna) Allen, Sunland, Ca.; Mrs. Thomas (Ann) Crowley, Green Bay; Mrs. William (Imelda) Keene, San Jose, CA; Mrs. Edgar (Irene) Hopfensperger, Modesta, CA.; Mrs. Floyde (Margaret) Weyenberg, Kaukauna; four sons: Thomas, Newark, Ohio; Clifford, Appleton: James, Fergus Falls, Minn.: Robert, Milwaukee; 40 grandchildren.

Dorsey, Thomas W

Obit Missing - died about Sept 1982

Dorsey, William

Obit Missing  unknown death date (born about Nov 1858 in Ohio)

Dufrane, Lawrence Anthony

1993 Appleton Post Crescent  dated 11/17/1993, Lawrence Anthony Dufrane, “Tootie”, age 74, died Tuesday, November 16th, 1993,.  He was born January 14th, 1919 in the Mackville.  He retired from the Kimberly Clark Corp. in 1984 after working for 40 years.  He was a member of St. John Catholic Church and the Kimberly Clark Quarter-Century club.  Survivors include his wife, Marian (Van Asten) Dufrane, to whom he was married to 48 years: four daughters: Peg and Mark Bachhuber, of Kaukauna; Lynn and James  Schommer, of Menasha; Pam and Thomas Peters, of Kaukauna; Kim and Randy Cramer, of Appleton; two sons: Donald and Ruth Dufrane, of Little Chute; Scott and Joan Dufrane, of Kaukauna; three brothers and five sisters: Levi and Mary Dufrane, of Appleton; Myrtle Sawyer, of Appleton; Harold and June Dufrane, of Montana; Agnes and Joe Sparzinski, of Menasha; Delores Bowdy, of Menasha; Edward and Kathy Dufrane, of Virginia; Rosella and Marvin Schumacher, of DePere; Carol and Lyle Hietpas, of Little Chute; a brother in law and a sister in law, Carl Zwiers and Aileen Dufrane, 15 grandchildren; Tina and Paul Evers, Kevin and Laurie Veldman, Jim Veldman and Kristie; Lisa and Kurt Schodorf, Keith and Becky Schommer, Jay and Julie Dufrane, Katie and Emily Peters, Stacey, Matt, Stephanie, Erik Cramer, Nikki and Bekki Dufrane; three great-grandchildren: Abby and Britney Schodorf, Corey Evers.  Preceded in death by a sister, Frances Zwiers; a brother, Ruben Dufrane; grandson, Thomas Dufrane; a son in law, Howard Veldman Jr..  Funeral services will be at 5:30 p.m. Thursday from St. John Catholic Church, of Little Chute with Reverend John Doerfler officiating.  Interment will be in the parish cemetery.  Dad “Hon”, thank you for the wonderful times, great memories and bright smiles.  They will never be forgotten.  You've always had a special place in your heart for grandchildren and we will always have a special place in our hearts for you.  You will be sadly missed by your family and friends, especially Teddy and Jerry.  Love, your family.

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Ebben, Martin

2000 Appleton Post Crescent dated 2/18/2000, Martin Ebben, age 89, passed away February 12, 2000 after a brief illness. He was born September 27th, 1910 in Little Chute, Wisconsin, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Ebben. Martin is survived by his wife Alice; his son, Gary, of Milwaukee, and a daughter Christine Stephens, of Santa Barbara Calif., four grandchildren: Alex and Costa Ebben and Cassandra and Sean Stephens, many nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents and two brothers: Joseph and William Ebben and seven sisters: Anna Kerkhof, Mary Berghuis, Nell Berghuis, Del Oudenhoven, Sister Rosine Ebben, Susan and Cora Ebben. Funeral services were held at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Encinitas, California. < /br> 

Ebben, Simon

1963 Appleton Post Crescent dated 6/24/63; Simon Ebben, age 59, passed away at 11:30 p.m. Saturday after a short illness. He was born February 16th, 1904 in the town of Vandenbroek. Mr. Ebben had been employed as a millwright for the Kimberly Clark Corp.. He was a member of the Holy Name Society and Catholic Foresters of St. John's Catholic Church, Little Chute. He was a resident of Little Chute for the past 30 years. Survivors are his widow; five daughters, Mrs. Roger (Eunice) Verstegen, of Oshkosh, Mrs. Marvin (Sheila) Romenesko, of Little Chute, Mrs. Thomas (Ruth) Harp, of Appleton, Mrs. Jerome (Mary Ann) Gahl, of Forest Junction, Miss Elaine, at home, two sons, James and Allen both at home, three brothers, Chris and Edward, of Little Chute, and Arthur, of Kaukauna, three sisters, Mrs. Peter Janssen, of Kaukauna, Mrs. Bernard Van Zeeland, and Mrs. Ferdinand Bowers, both of Kaukauna, 16 grandchildren. Funeral services will be Tuesday at 9:00 a.m. from St. John's Catholic Church, Little Chute, with Rev. Martin Vosbeek officiating. Burial will be in the parish cemetery. < /br> 

Eiting, Lillian (Rademacher)

2002 Appleton Post Crescent dated 12/30/2002< /br> Eiting, Lillian G. Parkside Care Center Little Chute< /br> Age 90, passed away Saturday, December 28, 2002 in Little Chute. Lillian was born in Dundas on August 2, 1912, daughter of the late Peter and Anna (Micke) Rademacher. She married Urban J. Eiting on August 2, 1932 at St. Francis Catholic Church in Hollandtown. Following her husband’s death in 1966, Lillian was employed by White Clover Dairy and at Van Abel’s, both in Hollandtown. She enjoyed playing bingo, bowling, and her time spend with her eight grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.< /br> Lillian was a longtime and faithful member of St. Francis Catholic Church in Hollandtown and is survived by three children: Margaret Eiting of Kaukauna; Ted (Karen) Eiting of Kaukauna; Ken (Mary) Eiting of Little Chute; eight grandchildren: Kenneth Eiting, Jr. of Kaukauna; Andy Eiting of Kaukauna and his special friend Laurie; Sharon (Al) Schroeder of Appleton; Scott Eiting of Markesan; Robb (Jane) Eiting of Kaukauna; Tracy (Greg) De Jong of Kaukauna; Kim (Mike) James of Little Chute; Kelley Eiting of Kaukauna and her special friend Tony; eight great-grandchildren: Emily, Kendra, and Katie Schroeder; Nicholas Eiting; Tia and Lillianna De Jong; Ethan James; Skyler Peloquin. Lillian is also survived by two sisters: Loretta Nettekoven of Kaukauna and Cleta Van Dyke of Kaukauna; a brother: Clifford (Agnes) Rademacher of Sherwood; two sisters-in-law: Magdalen Eiting of Kaukauna and Charlotte (Orv) Lehman of Kimberly; and by numerous nieces nephews, other relatives and many friends. She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband Urban in January of 1966, an infant son Allan in 1937, brothers Leo (Loretta) Rademacher and Elmer (Evelyn) Rademacher; a sister-in-law: Rita Rademacher. She was also preceded in death by her husband’s family: Elmer Eiting, Les (Cora) Eiting, Clarence (Nell) Eiting, Mildred (John) Blahnik, Edna (Edward Vanden Heuvel) (Erv Boree), and Edward Eiting.< /br> The funeral liturgy for Lillian will be held at 11:00 AM on Tuesday, December 31, 2002 at ST. FRANCIS CATHOLIC CHURCH, Hollandtown with Fr. Jack Mullarkey officiating. Interment will be in the parish cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home on Monday (TODAY) from 4-8 PM and again at the church on Tuesday from 9 AM until the hour of the service. There will be a prayer and scripture service at the funeral home at 7:00 PM Monday.< /br> The family would like to extend a special thank you to the entire staff at Parkside Care Center in Little Chute for their wonderful care, and to all of Lillian’s friends at Round House Manor in Kaukauna for their frequent visits and many prayers. Thanks also to Lisa and Lynn at Kaukauna Floral for going the extra mile to make Lillian’s funeral so very special.< /br> FARGO FUNERAL HOME 400 W. Wisconsin Avenue Kaukauna 766-6200 www.fargofuneralhomes.com

Eiting, Theodore G

2004 Appleton Post Crescent dated 6/29/2004; Eiting, Theodore G., Eiting, Theodore G., “Ted” Kaukauna, age 61, passed away at his home on Monday, June 28, 2004. Funeral arrangements are TENTATIVELY scheduled for Thursday at St. Francis Catholic Church in Hollandtown. Visiting hours are TENTATIVELY scheduled for Wednesday evening at the Fargo Funeral Home. A complete obituary will appear in the Wednesday Post Crescent.FARGO FUNERAL HOME400 W. Wisconsin AvenueKaukauna< /br> < /br> 2004 Appleton Post Crescent dated 6/30/2004; Eiting, Theodore G; Theodore G. Eiting, “Ted”, age 61, passed away at his home on Monday, June 28, 2004 following a lingering illness. Ted was born in Green Bay on April 8, 1943, son of the late Urban and Lillian (Rademacher) Eiting. Ted was a graduate of Kaukauna High School, and on October 26, 1967, he married the former Karen Riehl at St. Francis Church in Hollandtown. He served his country as a member of the United States Air Force and was currently a member of the Urban Klister Post #436 of the American Legion in Wrightstown. For many years, Ted was employed by Lehrer Trucking and then by Keller Structures. Later he worked for Valweld and retired from Milton Propane. Over the years, he tended bar for a variety of area establishments. Ted really enjoyed his retirement “job”, working as the morning greeter at Ghost Town Fitness Center. All will remember Ted for always having a smile on his face and his love for talking to “everyone”. His biggest smiles were the result of spending time with his three grandchildren. Ted enjoyed NASCAR, and was an avid Matt Kenseth fan. He also enjoyed fishing, bowling, softball, golfing, deer hunting, the companionship of his dog Belle, and spending time with family and friends at his trailer near Shawano. Others will remember Ted for the tool repair business he operated from his home for many years.< /br> In addition to the American Legion, he was also a member of the Kaukauna Lions Club. For many years he carried the flag and participated in the annual Schutt in Hollandtown.< /br> Ted is survived by his wife, Karen Eiting, Kaukauna; four children: Andy Eiting, Kaukauna and his fiance Laurie Leitermann; Scott Eiting, Markesan; Kim (Mike) James, Combined Locks; and Kelley Eiting, Kaukauna; three grandchildren: Ethan and Kaylee James and Skyler Peloquin; a brother, Ken (Mary) Eiting, Little Chute; a sister, Margaret “Mugs” Eiting, Kaukauna; a brother-in-law, Roger (Diane) Riehl, Appleton and a sister-in-law, Jan Riehl, Appleton and her special friend Jeff Kauffman. Ted is further survived by several nieces and nephews, other relatives, and many friends.< /br> He was preceded in death by his parents, an infant brother Allan, and by Karen’s parents Victor and Marceleta “Sally” Riehl.< /br> The funeral liturgy for Ted will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday, July 1, 2004 at ST. FRANCIS CATHOLIC CHURCH in Hollandtown with Fr. David Schmidt officiating. Interment will be in Highland Memorial Park. Friends may call at the funeral home on Wednesday from 4 to 8 p.m. and again at the church on Thursday from 10 a.m. until the hour of the service. There will be an American Legion visitation at 6:45 p.m. and a parish prayer and scripture service at the funeral home at 7 p.m. Wednesday evening. In lieu of flowers, the family has established a memorial fund in Ted’s name.FARGO FUNERAL HOME400 W. Wisconsin AvenueKaukauna766-6200www.fargofuneralhomes.com

Eiting, Urban

Elsbernd, Alvin(S/Sgt)

1944 The Cincinnati Enquirer, Tuesday August 8, 1944< /br>LIVES LOST On French Soil - By Two Soldiers From Northern Kentucky - Gunner on Bomber Killed, Man Dies In Italy - Four Wounded.< /br>S/Sgt. Alvin Elsbernd, son of Mr. & Mrs Bernard Elsbernd, 728 Ninth St. Covington, was killed July 19 in France. He had previously been reported as wounded on that date. A member of an armored division, he had been overseas since January. Before entering the service he was employed by the Fries & Son Steel Construction and Engineering Co. Covington.

Elsbernd, Leo

2003 Dayton Daily News, April 8, 2003< /br> Leo J. Elsbernd age 69,of Centerville, passed away, Saturday, April 5, 2003. Leo received his B.S. in Civil Engineering from the University of Cincinnati. He worked for the Cincinnati Waterworks for 15 years, then Southwestern Portland Cement Co., (now known as Cemex Corp.) until his retirement in 1996. Leo was a veteran of the Korean War in the Army/Aiborne Div. of Ft. Bragg, N.C. He was a longtime member of Church of the Incarnation. Leo was a member of various professional concrete organizations and a former member of the Centerville Kiwanis Club. He was a Professional Engineer in Ohio & Kentucky as well as a Professional Surveyor in Ohio. Preceded in death by his parents, Adolph and Gertrude Elsbernd, sister Betty Elsbernd. Survived by his wife of 44 years, Marian; son, Dr. Donald (Dr. Elaine Winter) Elsbernd; daughter, Kathryn (Michael) Borchers; grandchildren Donald John "DJ" and Kenneth "Kenney" Elsbernd, Amanda and Nicole Borchrs. Funeral services will be held at 11:00 am, Thursday, April 10, 2003 at the church of the Incarnation, 55 Williamsburg Lane, Centerville with Father Lawrence Mierenfeld officiating. Entombment in Calvary Cemetery Mausoleum. Family will greet friends from 9:30 am until 10:45 am at the Routsong Funeral Home, 81 N. Main St., Centerville. Memorial contributions may be made to the Diabetes Association of the Dayton Area or Hospice of Day. Condolences may be sent to the family via the funeral home's website at www.routsong.com.

Elsbernd, Myron

2001 Cresco Times; Myron Elsbernd< /br> Funeral services for Myron Elsbernd will be held today, Wednesday, May 9, at 11:00 a.m. at St. Aloysius Catholic Church in Calmar with Rev. Donald Hawes officiating. Interment will be in St. Aloysius Catholic Church Cemetery in Calmar. French and Balik Funeral Home will be handling the arrangements. Myron A. Elsbernd, 71, died on Monday, May 7, 2001 at the Oneota Riverview Care Facility in Decorah following a long illness. Survivors include three brothers: Cletus of Calmar; Linus of Fort Atkinson; and Romuald of Calmar; and one sister, Virginia Humpal of Calmar.

Elsbernd, Raymond

2001 The Kentucky Post dated 7/22/2001< /br> Raymond N. Elsbernd, 77, of Covington, died at 5:50 am Friday at St. Elisabeth's Medical Center South, Edgewood. He was a retired factory worker for Lockwood Manufacturing, Cincinnati, and an Army veteran of World War II. Survivors include his wife Dorothy Preston of Covington; daughter Ruth Ann Hannahs of Seminole, FL; brothers, Irvin Elsbernd, Lawrence Elsbernd and Bernie Elsbernd all of Covington; sisters, Dell Doker of Lakeside Park and Ruth Trame, Delores Willen and Ann Whittle Falck, all of Erlanger; three grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Catholic Blessing and services will be at noon Monday at Connley Brothers Funeral Home, Latonia. Entombment will be at Floral Hills Cemetery, Taylor Mill.

Endres, Alfred M

1998 Appleton Post Crescent dated 9/27/1998; Alfred M. Endres, age 88, formerly of Iola, died September 25th, 1998, at Colony Oaks Care center in Appleton. He was born August 10th, 1910, in the town of Harrison Waupaca County, son of the late Mathias and Caroline (Cannaday) Endres. He married Delores M. Miller on May 20th, 1941. She died on January 22nd, 1944. He then married Pauline Romenesko Piette in 1945. She died in 1975. Alfred work at Mueller lumber company in Appleton as a truck driver and was a carpenter by trade, working over 25 years for Leon Fischer. He was a World War II Army veteran, serving from 1942 to 1944. He loved going fishing and to casinos. He enjoyed walking, reading, gardening, cooking and doing odd jobs for family and friends. Survivors include one daughter, Jean M. (Jim) Shultz, Menasha; one son Joseph Endres, Iola; one stepson, Harlan (Bev) Piette, of Menasha; one stepdaughter, Patricia M. (Gilbert) Fulcer, of Neenah; grandchildren and their children Kevin (Deanna) Raatz, Gretchen and Emily of Appleton; Ralph R. (Tracy) Raatz, Craig of Oshkosh; Debra J. (Russ) Hamann, and Jean Schlichting of Oshkosh; Patricia A. (Doug) McClure, Casey and Jessica Wilke of Weyauwega, Lance Reviere of Oshkosh, Ryan McClure of Omro, Amy S. Wheeler, Stephanie of Oshkosh; David J. Schultz, Michael, Eric and Heidi of Appleton; Cindy (Jack) Lemke, Broderick, of Neenah; step grandchildren, Cindy (Duane) Johnson, of Menasha; Cheryl (Rick) Burr, of Menasha; Sandra (Peter) Fye and Mike and Jimmy Fulcer, of Neenah; Vicki (Richard) McParlon, Menasha, Michele (Jim) Overgard, of Elva; one brother, Matthew Endres, of Iola; two sisters, Lelah (Gilbert) Gill, of Appleton; Margaret Wolfington, of Lansing Michigan; and nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by six brothers, Tony, Leonard, Frank, John, Joe, and William Endres. Funeral services will be held Wednesday September 30th, 1998 at the Voie Funeral home in Iola. Burial will be in Riverside Cemetery in Iola.

Endres, Pauline (Romenesko)(Also Piette)

1974 Appleton Post Crescent dated 7/22/1974; Mrs. Alfred Endres, Pauline Romenesko Piette, age 71, passed away a Saturday afternoon, July 20th, after a brief illness. She was born October 26th, 1902 in Freedom, where she lived until the age of 17, at which time she became an Appleton resident where she was a member of St. Joseph Catholic church. Besides her husband Alfred, she is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Gilbert (Patricia) Fulcer, of Neenah; a son, Harlan Piette, of Menasha; two stepchildren, Mrs. Frederick (Jean) Raatz, of Oshkosh, and Joseph Endres of Appleton; three brothers, John Romenesko of Peshtigo, Clem of Route 3 Appleton, and Walter of Shawano; four sisters, Mrs. Bernard (Mathilda) Hietpas, Mrs. Henry (Florence) Vandynhoven, Mrs. Harry (Marion) Vander Steen, and Mrs. John (Lillian) Vandynhoven, all of Kaukauna; eight grandchildren and five step grandchildren. Complete funeral services will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Wednesday from St. Joseph Catholic Church.

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Farrell, Thomas

2003 Green Bay Press Gazette dated 3/6/2003; Farrell, Thomas R.< /br> Thomas R. Farrell, 90, passed away on Tuesday, March 4, 2003, at a local nursing home. He was born on Jan. 3, 1913, in Green Bay, to John and Alma (Deuster) Farrell. Tom married Viola Fox in 1939 on Thanksgiving Day, at St. Patrick’s Catholic Church in Askeaton. He served on the Green Bay Fire Department for 22 years and retired as Captain, remained the oldest retired firefighter in Green Bay at the time of his death.< /br> Tom is survived by his children, Dennis (Carolyn) Farrell, Nova Scotia; Kathleen Wallerstedt, Omaha, Neb.; Margaret Onopa, Tampa, Fla.; Betty (Robert) Miller, Alamo, Calif.; and John Farrell, Green Bay; 14 grand-children; four great-grandchildren; nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.< /br> Tom was preceded in death by his brother, Judge Richard Farrell and his sister, Margaret (Farrell) Bullock.< /br> Friends may attend visitation on Friday, March 7, 2003, from 10 to 11 a.m., at Resurrection Catholic Parish, 333 Hilltop Dr., Allouez. Mass of Christian Burial follows on Friday, March 7, 2003, 11 a.m. at the church with Father Paul Demuth officiating. Burial will be in the Fort Howard Memorial Park.< /br> The family would like to offer a special thank you to the staff of Manor Care West and the Heartland Hospice for the care and compassion given to Tom during his stay.< /br> Schauer & Schumacher Funeral Home (432-4841) is assisting Tom’s family with arrangements.

Farrell, Viola (Fox)

Obit missing

Farrell, William

No Obit Found

1949 North Dakota Death Cert; William Henry Farrell born 4/8/1864 in Beaver Dam, WI. died 1/26/1949 in Verona, ND. cause of death of Arteriosclerosis and Senility. Father James Farrell mother Anna Malone, informant Winifred Farrell.

Obit Missing - died 11/28/1978 Oakes, ND.

Farrell, Winifred (Glasheen)

Obit Missing - Died 7/28/1933 Verona, ND.

Faust, Leona (Wilpolt)

1990 Appleton Post Crescent dated 10/4/1990< /br>Mrs. Michael Faust - Leona E. Wilpolt, Formerly of the Golden Venture Apartments, Kaukauna, aged 84, died Wednesday, October 3, 1990 at St. Paul's Home. She was born October 14, 1905 in Hollandtown, daughter of the late Bernard and Albardine (Vandenberg) Wilpolt. She had been a cook at Kaukauna Community Hospital. She was an avid card player, member of Holy Cross Catholic Church, Ladies of Holy Cross, Ladies of the Knights of Columbus. Survived by two sons and three daughters-in-law: Harold and Helen Faust, Port Townsend, Washington; Leo and Beverly Faust, Houston, Texas; Lois Faust, Rhinelander; three daughters and sons-in-law, Michaeline and Richard Steffens, Kaukauna; Helen and Fritz Diekvoss, Rhinelander; Joan and John Mau, Kaukauna; a sister, Irene Flynn, Kenosha. Preceded in death by her husband, Michael in 1956; a daughter, Sr. Leone (Roberta); a son, Neil Faust; three brothers and a sister. Funeral services will be at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at Holy Cross Catholic Church with Father Jack Mullarkey officiating. Burial will be in Holy Cross Cemetery, Kaukauna.

Faust, Michael

1956 Appleton Post Crescent dated 9/29/1956< /br>Michael A. Faust, 53, Kaukauna, died unexpectedly of a heart attack at 9:45 Friday night while watching the Kaukauna High School football game. He was born Oct 10, 1902 in Kaukauna and had been employed as a maintenance man at Kaukauna Machine company. Funeral services will be held at 10 o'clock Monday morning at Holy Cross Catholic Church, Kaukauna with burial in the parish cemetery. Survivors include his wife, four daughters, Sister M. Leone, Sauk City, Mrs. Richard Steffens, Kaukauna; Helen and Joann both at home; three sons, Harold, neah bay, Wash.; Leo and Neil both at home; one brother, Gregory, Kaukauna, one sister, Mrs Bernard Lamers, Kaukauna, and three grandchildren.

Faust, Roberta - Sister Leone

(See more about Sister Leone on the Religious Service page)

1980 The Journal Times Racine dated 2/26/1980< /br>Sister Leone Faust, 49, a member of the Racine Dominicans, died unexpectedly on Sunday, Feb. 24, at St. Mary's Medical Center, Racine. She was a professed member of the order for 26 years and had spent 13 years teaching school at Holy Angels School, Milwaukee; St. Aloysius, Sauk City; Nativity School, Detroit; and St. Clement's School, Center Line, Mich. In 1968 she was certified as a licensed practical nurse and had spent the last 11 years working at St. Catherine's Infirmary, Racine. She is survived by her mother, Mrs. Michael Faust, Kaukauna; three sisters, Mrs. Richard Steffens and Mrs. John Mau, Jr., both of Kaukauna; and Mrs. Frederick Diekvoss, Rhinelander; and three brothers, Neil, Rhinelander; Harold, Port Townsend, Wash.; and Leo, Missouri City, Texas. Rev. Charles Wheatley was the celebrant at the Resurrection Liturgy on Wednesday, Feb. 27, at Siena Center Chapel, Racine. Burial was Thursday, Feb. 28, at Our Lady of Oaks Cemetery, Pewaukee.

Felauer, Henry

1977 Appleton Post Crescent dated 10/17/1977; Henry Felauer, age 83, died at 7:00 a.m. Sunday after a brief illness. He was born April 23rd, 1894 in Posen, Germany, and came to the United States at the age of 18. Mr. Felauer had been employed by the Valley Iron Works for 30 years and had con currently owned and operated the Hample's Corner Tavern for a period of 15 years, then for a period of 22 years he owned and operated the Five Corners Tavern. He retired from the Valley Iron Works 18 years ago and from the Tavern business seven years ago. Survivors include four daughters: Mrs. Fred (Francis) Kelly, of Appleton, with whom he had made his home for the past five years; Mrs. Oscar (Florence) Loos, Mrs. Lavern (Donna) Mullen, and Mrs. Lyonel (Monica) Arnold, all of Appleton; a son, Norman H. Felauer, of Appleton; 16 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his first wife, Elsie Adams Felauer in 1923 and by his second wife, Rosella Verhagen Felauer, in 1969 The complete funeral service will be at 3:00 p.m. Wednesday at St. Theresa's Catholic Church with Father Peter Taylor officiating. Internment will be in Highland Memorial park.

Felauer, Rosella (Verhagen)

1969 Appleton Post Crescent dated 2/11/1969; Rosella Verhagen, Mrs. Henry Felauer, age 58 passed away at 5:00 a.m. Tuesday morning after a lingering illness. She was born May 9th, 1910 in Kaukauna. Mr. and Mrs. Felauer were the owners and operators of Five Corners Tavern for the past 22 years. Survivors include her husband; three daughters, Mrs. Francis Stammer, Mrs. Lavern (Donna) Mullen, Mrs. Lyonel (Monica) Arnold; one stepdaughter, Mrs. Oscar (Florence) Loos, one stepson, Norman Felauer, all of Appleton; three brothers, Jim Verhagen, of Kaukauna; Mike, of Appleton; Donald, of Wrightstown, seven sisters, Mrs. Nick (Wilma) Vandehey, Mrs. Hubert (Josephine) George; Mrs. Richard (Dorothy) Wolf, all of Kaukauna; Mrs. Victor (Florence) Staege, Winneconne, Mrs. Urban (Barbara) VanAsten, Mrs. Robert (Rita) Wegand, Mrs. Robert (Janet) VanDeurzen, all of Little Chute; 16 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Thursday at 10:00 a.m. from St. Mary Catholic Church, Black Creek. Burial in Highland Memorial Park.

Feller, Angeline (Deprey)

1990 Herald Times Reporter dated ? very hard to read! Angeline K. Feller, , of Manitowoc died Saturday April 5, 1990, at Northridge Care Center, Manitowoc, Funeral services will be 3:00 p.m. Monday at St. Mark Catholic Church, Two Rivers. Rev. David Beaudry will officiate with about burial at Holy Cross Cemetery, Two Rivers. She was born in Algoma, Wisconsin, on April 30, 1907, a daughter of the late Joseph and Christine Laucher? Dupree. She married Theodore Feller and he preceded her in death on September 1st 1976. She worked at Mirro for many years until her retirement. Survivors include a foster son and daughter in law Virgil and Aileen the prey of the Two Rivers, three grandchildren and eight grandchildren also survived. She was preceded in death by four sisters and five brothers. Friends may call at St. Mark Catholic Church, Two Rivers 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Monday.

Feller, Donald J.

1999 Escanaba Newspaper dated 10/26/1999< /br>Donald J. Feller, 76, of 1600 S. 30th St. Escanaba, died Sunday October 24, 1999 at the Clement J. Zabocki VA Medical Center in Milwaukee where he was a patient for almost two weeks. He was born April 18, 1923, the son of Joseph P. Feller and the former Martha Deviley and was a lifelong Escanaba resident. He was a 1941 graduate of Escanba High school and later attended Michigan State University for 1 1/2 years and was then inducted into the U.S. Army. He served in the Pacific Theater until his honorable discharge. He was employed for Johnson Distributing in Escanaba for 17 years and later was the manager of the Delft and Michigan Theaters from 1969 to 1971. From 1971 to his retirement in 1990 he owned and operated "Don's Bar" in Escanaba. He was an avid and passionate golfer all his life, having been the U.P. champion in 1946 and 1947. He was also a golf pro at Blaney Resort for a time. He received two holes-in-one with his golfing, once at Highland Country Club and once at the Escanaba Country Club. He also enjoyed bowling, hunting, gardening and playing cards. He was an avid Green Bay Packers fan and enjoyed conversation with friends and family. He especially loved to spend time with his two grandchildren. He was a member of St. Thomas Church of Escanaba.< /br>Survivors include his wife, the former Elaine T. Cousineau, whom he married Feb. 4, 1950 at St. Thomas Church; two sons, Joseph (LeAnn) Feller of Maywood Shores, Rapid River, and Robert Feller of Escanaba; two grandchildren, Jessica and Paul of Maywood Shors; and nieces and nephews. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a sister Marcella Saums.< /br>Visitation will be held Thursday at the Skradski-Boyce Funeral home in Escanaba from 4 to 6:30 p.m. Military rites will be conducted at 6 p.m. by the Delta Veterans Council. Funeral services for Donald J. Feller will follow on Thursday at St. Thomas church in Escanaba with Rev. Fr. Michael Steber officiating. Luncheon will follow the church services at the St. Thomas parish hall. Burial will be in the Gardens of Rest Cemetery in Wells.

Feller, Florence (Joers)

1977 Miami Herald dated 6/2/1977; Feller Florence, 77, moved here 15 years ago from Milwaukee, Wis. Beloved mother, survived by daughter Ethel Beckman, son-in-law Frank Beckman, grandchildren, Frank, Belinda & Jon all of Miami. also survived by sister, Clara Richter, Stoughton, Wis., nieces and nephews. Private services will be conducted by Rev. May. Burial will follow at Flagler Memorial Cemetery. In lieu of flowers family requests donations to the Florence Feller Memorial fund at St. Peter's Luth. Church.

Feller, Harold

1972 Funeral Services Held Thursday For Harold Feller; Harold W. (Pickle) Feller, 125 Doty St., Kaukauna, age 64, passed away at 7:30 p.m. Monday at Kaukauna Community Hospital after a short illness. He was born February 8, 1908 in Kaukauna where he had resided all of his life. He was a painter at Kimberly-Clark Corporation for 35 years. He belonged to the Quarter Century Club of Kimberly-Clark and was an usher at Holy Cross Catholic Church for 52 years. He was the son of John Feller and Theresa Romenesko. He is survived by his wife, Elvira Conradt Feller, three daughters, Mrs. Robert J. (Myra) Vanevenhoven, Appleton; Mrs. John (Barbara) Tetzlaff, Rt. 2, Kaukauna; Mrs. Donna Snow, Kaukauna; two sons, John and Gary at home; one brother, Ted Feller, Two Rivers; two sisters, Mrs. Frank (Mayme) Yingling, Kaukauna, and Mrs. Andrew (Della) O'Connell, DePere and six grandchildren. Funeral services will be held on Thursday at 10 a.m. at Holy Cross Catholic church with Rev. Justin Werner officiating. Burial will take place in the parish cemetery.

Feller, Henry

FELLER, JOHN

1910 Kaukauna Sun dated 11/24/1910; Funeral of John Feller< /br>John Feller died Friday afternoon at his home on the north side, of heart disease after a severe illness of several weeks though he has been unwell for over a year. Deceased was born in Prussia in 1856 came to the United States in 1875 with his father who settled in St. John's Calumet County. In 1888 he was married to Miss Theresa Romeneska at Freedom, since which he has been a resident here. He was a millwright at Patten's mill for sixteen years. Surviving are his wife and seven children Henry, Theodore, Harold, Mary, Anna, Della and Margaret. Deceased was a member of the St. Joseph's Society and the Catholic Knights of Wisconsin both of which attended the funeral in a body. The funeral was held Monday morning from Holy Cross church. The following acted as pallbearers: Theodore Schmaltz, Nic Kuborn, Barney Schlude, W. Brauchek, Charles Veul and John Mitchka. Internment was made in Holy Cross cemetery. Relatives and friends from Green Bay, Freedom, Little Chute, Kingsville, texas and other places attended the funeral.< /br>< /br>1910 Kaukauna Times dated 11/25/1910; John Feller Dead - Has been resident of Kaukauna for past thirty years.< /br>John Feller, a resident of this city the past thirty years and a well known millwright died at 5 o'clock Friday afternoon November 18, at his home on Desnoyer street, after an illness in bed of a little over two months. He was born in Prussia, Germany and came to Kaukauna about the time the round-house was built in Ledyard where he has resided ever since. He was married 22 years ago to Theresa Romenesko, who with seven children survive. They are Henry, Mary, Anna, Margaret, Theodore, Della and Harold Feller. One child, John, is dead. Mr. Feller was a member of the Catholic Knights of Wisconsin and of St. Josephs Society and was also insured by the Fox River Health and Accident company. Among those who attended the obsequies were Peter Feller of Newberg, Mr. & Mrs Wallace Leppla and Miss Elisabeth Feller of Green Bay; Mr. & Mrs Walter Romenesko, Henry Romenesko, Mr. & Mrs Theodore Penning, Louis Verhagen, Miss Anna Green and Joseph Green of Freedom; Mr & Mrs Matthew Van Hoof and Mrs Albt. Hartjes of Little Chute. The funeral ceremonies which were largely attended by the relatives and friends of the deceased were held at Holy Cross church Monday morning at 8:30 o'clock by the Rev P.J. Lochman in charge. the pallbearers, selected from the Catholic Knights and St, Josephs society equally, were Theodore Schmalz, Nic. Koburn, John McMorow, Wenzel Brouchek, Barney Schlude and Charles Zeuhl.

Feller, John Louis

1902 The Kaukauna Times dated 7/18/1902; Little son of John Feller loses his life in Canal - Mr.and Mrs. John Feller's little son Johnny, aged nearly 8 years, met his death Wednesday forenoon by drowning in the canal basin at the third lock. When the excursion boat Evalyn went down Wednesday forenoon, it passed this lock about 10:00 which is undoubtedly when the accident occurred. Several small boys were there at the time and as near as can be ascertained the Little Feller boy was not seen after that time. His body was found close by the gate of the government third lock, at the lower and, about 2:00 Thursday afternoon. The police were notified of the absence of the little fellow from his home about 10:00 Wednesday evening and from that time on made every effort to locate him. It first was thought he was on the boat, and some time Thursday morning a message was received from DePere the small boy was on the Evalyn which boat was then on its way to Kaukauna. Just after noon it arrived and the painful news was spread of his probable death by drowning as he was not on the boat. The canal basin and lock was emptied and the body found as stated. The funeral was held this Friday morning at 8:00 from Holy Cross church. Mr. and Mrs. Feller have the sympathy of the entire city in their sudden affliction.

1902 The Kaukauna Sun dated 7/18/1902; Found in canal Little John Feller drowned in the second level - Body found yesterday - Boy was missing since Wednesday supposed that he attempted to board the Evelyn - John Feller, the seven year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. John Feller was found dead in the second level of the government canal yesterday afternoon at 3:00. The little fellow had been missing since the forenoon of the day previous at 10:30. In company with Arr and Ray Schmalz, Frank Ponachek and Ben Hamilton he was last seen at the third lock and was heard by the boys to ask the captain of the Evalyn, which was being locked through at the time, if he could ride the boat to the fifth lock. The captain refused the lad's request. Little John Zobluski and told Marshall Conlon that he saw the boy jump onto a boat, but his statements are conflicting and the truth of how he fell into the water may come out at the inquest be held by Justice Koch's office next Monday forenoon. On the strength of the above statement it was decided to empty the second level, Marshal Conlon receiving permission from Engineer Mann of Oshkosh. When 4 ft. of water was removed from the canal the body was found close to the head gates of the dry dock, a few feet from where he was last seen. A mark on the boys lip and the cut over the right eye would indicate that he struck against something in falling, or else was injured by the wheel of the boat. The funeral was held from Holy Cross Church this morning at 8:00. < /br>< /br> 

Feller, Joseph Peter

1945 Escanaba Daily Press Joseph P. Feller, funeral services for Joseph P. Feller were held at a solemn requiem high mass Monday morning at 9:00 at St. Patrick's church. The very Reverend Father Thomas A. Kennedy was celebrant of the mass; Reverend Father Joseph E. Guertin, deacon; and Reverend Father Norbert Freiburger, subdeacon. At the offertory of the mass, Mrs. John Kress sang "Pie Jesu" and at the close of the service, she sang "What could my Jesus do more?" Mrs. William Ramspeck was organist. Burial was in the family lot in Gardens of Rest Cemetery. (honorary pallbearers listed in article) Those attending the rites included Miss Elisabeth Feller of Chicago, Mrs. Herbert Schowalter of West Bend, and Mrs Edward White of Green Bay.

Feller, Martha (Deviley)

1979 Escanaba Newspaper, dated 2/18/1979; Martha M. Feller, 86, 615 S. 15th St., died at 12:40 a.m. Friday at St. Francis hospital. Mrs. Feller was born March 1, 1892 in Green Bay where she married Joseph Feller on June 26, 1918. She moved to Escanaba and has lived here for the past 60 years. She was a member of St. Patrick church, the Daughters of Isabella, the Chicago & Northwestern Ladies Auxiliary and had been employed as a sales clerk for the F& G Clothing store.< /br>Survivors are one son, Donald of Escanaba; one daughter, Mrs. Max (Marcella) Saums of St. Paul, Minn.,; one sister, Mrs. Norvine Hansen of Green Bay; three grandchildren and two great grandchildren.< /br>Friends may call at the Boyce Funeral home from 4 to 9 p.m. Monday. The Daughters of Isabella rosary will be recited at 4 p.m. with parish prayers at 4:30 p.m.. Services will be conducted at 10 a.m. Tuesday at St. Patrick church, Rev. Kenneth Bretl officiating. Burial will be at the Gardens of Rest Cemetery.

Feller, Maria (Krell)

Obit missing

Feller, Peter

1907 Kaukauna Times dated 6/21/1907; Miss Elisabeth and Anna Feller received a telegram Monday night of the sudden death of their father Peter Feller, aged 62, a resident of this city for many years. The death occurred at Holcombe Monday evening at 8 PM. The dispatch not stating the cause. Mr & Mrs Feller were married in Milwaukee in 1876 making their home at St. John's until 1889 when they came to Kaukauna where they resided until 4 years ago. Surviving are wife Mary and 6 children; Mrs. L. Smith of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Mrs W.V. Leppla of Green Bay, Elisabeth and Anna Feller of Kaukauna, Joseph and Ursula Feller of Holcombe. He is also survived by a brother John Feller of Kaukauna. The Misses Feller and their Uncle John left for Holcombe Tuesday to attend the funeral which was held Wednesday at St. Joseph's Church. The remains arrived here Thursday and a service held at Holy Cross with internment in the family plot at Holy Cross Cemetery.

Feller, Theodore

1976 Herald Times Reporter dated Sept 2, 1976; Ted Feller, 77, formerly of 1817 12th St., Two Rivers, died Wednesday evening at Family Heritage Home, where he had resided the past two years. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Friday at Deja and Martin Funeral Chapel and 11 a.m. at St. Mark Catholic Church, Two Rivers. The Rev. John Neuser will officiate with burial at Holy Cross Cemetery, Two Rivers. Mr. Feller was born March 4, 1899 at Kaukauna, the son of the late John and Theresa Romenesko Feller. He was a World War 1 veteran serving overseas. He married Angeline Deprey Sept 21, 1927 at Two Rivers. By trade he was a self employed painter and decorator and a member of the VFW. Survivors include his wife, two sisters, Mrs. Andrew O'Connell of DePere and Mrs. Mayme Yingling of Kaukauna. Two brothers, Harold and Henry and two sisters, Mrs. Ann Goetzman and Mrs. Margaret Wilpolt, preceded him in death. Friends may call at Deja and Martin Funeral Chapels from 5 to 9 o'clock this Thursday evening, where a memorial service will be held at 7 o'clock.

FELLER, THERESA (Romenesko)

1924 Appleton Post Crescent dated 4/28/1924; Kaukauna Woman Dies In Appleton Sunday< /br>Kaukauna - Mrs. John Feller, 55, died Sunday morning in Appleton. She is survived by four daughters; Mrs. Frank Goetzman, Mrs Frank Yingling, Mrs. Andrew O'Connell, Jr., and Mrs. Richard Wilpolt, Kaukauna; three sons, Harry and Theodore Feller, Milwaukee and Harold Feller Kaukauna, and by six grandchildren. The body arrived Sunday evening and was conveyed to the home of Mr. & Mrs Frank Yingling, 910 Desnoyer St. The funeral will be held at 9 o'clock Wednesday morning at Holy Cross Church. Burial will be in Holy Cross Cemetery.

Flynn, Edward

1978 Kenosha News dated 6/26/1978;Edward J. Flynn, 83, 7404 24th Ave., died Sunday afternoon at Hospitality Manor after a seven month illness. Born Sept. 19, 1894 in Greenleaf, Wis., he was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Flynn. He came to Kenosha in 1925. He spent his early life and was educated in Greenleaf. On Aug. 19, 1919 in Kaukauna, Wis., he married Irene Wilpolt. She survives him. He was employed at Anaconda American Brass Co. for 40 years, retiring in 1961. He was a member of St. Thomas Aquinas Church, St. James Senior citizens and the Kenosha Senior citizens. Survivors include his wife, a son, Robert E., Kenosha, two daughters, Mrs. Robert (Rita) Holm and Mrs. Robert (Leola) Sharfinski, both of Kenosha, a brother, John, of Kaukauna, two sisters, Mrs. Dan (sarah) Crabb, Waukegan, Ill., and Mrs. Frank (Margaret) Vandewettering, Kaukauna; 14 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by two brothers, a sister and two great-grandchildren.

Flynn, Irene (Wilpolt)

1995 Kenosha News dated 3/11/1995; Irene A. Flynn, 96, 5800 Third Ave. died Friday, March 10, 1995 at Woodstock Health Center. The< /br>daughter of Barney and Bardeen (Vandenberg) Wilpolt, she was born Oct 1, 1898 in Kaukauna. She attended schools in Kaukauna and married Edward Flynn on Aug. 19, 1919 in Kaukauna. She came to Kenosha in 1925 and was a homemaker. She was a member of St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church and its Alter Society and a member of Kenosha Senior Citizens Club. Survivors are a son, Richard E. Flynn, Kenosha; two daughters, Leola Sharfinski and Rita Holm, both of Kenosha; 14 grandchildren, 23 great grandchildren, two great great grandchildren, twp step- great granchildren and three step - great great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband on June 25, 1978; three brothers, Harry, Alban and Norbert, two sisters, Mary Berres and Leona Faust; and theree great grandchildren.

Fox, Bridget Alice

1904 Kaukauna Sun dated 1/15/1904; Mr. & Mrs Michael Fox mourn the loss of their youngest child who died Monday and was buried Tuesday at St. Patrick's.

Fox, Edward P

1967 Appleton Post Crescent dated August 22nd, 1967; Edward P. Fox, age 69, passed away Tuesday at a Green Bay Hospital. He was born in Askeaton, September 21, 1898. He farmed all his life in Askeaton. Mr. Fox was a member of the Holy Name Society of St. Patrick's Church. Survivors include two brothers, Walter of Askeaton, and John of Milwaukee, three sisters, Mrs. Carl Piper, Keystone Heights Florida, Mrs. Walter Summers, of Kaukauna, Mrs. Thomas Farrell, of Allouez. Funeral services will be held at 10:00 a.m. Friday at St. Patrick's Church in Askeaton. Friends may call after 2:00 p.m. Thursday at the Ryan funeral Home, DePere. Rosary will be prayed at 8:00 p.m. Thursday. Burial in the parish cemetery.

Fox, Gerald

2005 Appleton Post Crescent dated 4/20/2005; Fox, Gerald T. “Jerry”< /br> Gerald T. “Jerry” Fox, age 66 of Mountain, formerly of Kaukauna died Monday, April 18, 2005, at Community Memorial Hospital, Oconto Falls. He was born November 11, 1938, in Kaukauna, son of Henry and Josephine (Vanden Bloomer) Fox. Gerald married Patricia Van Asten June 13, 1959, and she preceded him in death August 24, 1995. Jerry was employed at Badger Northland, Kaukauna prior to his retirement. He thoroughly enjoyed the outdoors: hunting, fishing and camping.< /br> Jerry is survived by his special companion, Helen Barbeau; three sons: Tom (Libbie) Fox, Greenleaf; Tim (Tina) Fox, Kaukauna; Brian Fox (Theresa Piper), Abrams; eight grandchildren; three brothers: Jim (Mary) Fox, Kaukauna; Nub (Joanne) Fox, Mountain; Pete Fox, Kaukauna; two sisters: Dort (Frank) Jordan, Shirley Seefeldt, both of Kaukauna; brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law and other relatives and friends.< /br> He was preceded in death by his wife, Pat; mother and father; mother-in-law and father-in-law; a sister, Marlene Holschuh; brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law.< /br> Funeral services will be held at 12 Noon, Saturday, April 23, 2005, at the Verkuilen Funeral Home with Deacon Vincent DeGroot officiating. Interment will be in St. John Cemetery, Little Chute. Friends may call at the funeral home from 9 a.m. Saturday until the time of the service. In lieu of flowers a memorial has been established.< /br> VERKUILEN FUNERAL HOME 101 Canal Street Little Chute 788-3321

Fox, Florence

1908 Kaukauna Sun dated 10/29/1908; Askeaton - Florence a 2 year old daughter of Michael Fox died on Thursday.

Fox, Mary (Powers)

1954 Appleton Post Crescent dated 8/17/1954< /br> Mrs. Michael Fox, 84, route 1, Forest Junction, died at 10 o'clock Monday morning at her home after a two week illness. She was born June 24, 1870 in the Town of Buchanan. Funeral services will be held at 9:30 Thursday morning at St. Patrick Catholic Church, Askeaton, with burial in the parish cemetery. The rosary will be recited at 8 o'clock Tuesday and Wednesday evenings at the Greenwood Funeral Home, Kaukauna. Friends may call at the funeral home after 7 o'clock this evening.< /br> Survivors include 4 daughters; Mrs Lawrence Weiss, Oshkosh, Mrs Carl Pieper, St. Louis, MO., Mrs Walter Summers, Kaukauna, Mrs Thomas Farrell, Green Bay; and five sons, John and Walter both of Milwaukee, Edward, Richard and William of Forest Junction. 19 grandchildren, 5 great grandchildren.

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Fox, Martha (Sargewitz)

1978 Milwaukee Journal dated 12/14/1978; Fox, Martha (Nee SARGE) aged 70 years, Beloved mother of John (Kathleen), Judith Ann and Richard (Claire), dear sister of June (Stan), Father Paul and Wally (Lucille) Also 8 grandchildren, other relatives and friends. Internment at Holy Cross.

Fox, Michael

Obit Missing - died 12/23/1947 Askeaton, WI.

Obit Missing - Died 2/23/1982 Green Bay, WI.

Fox, William R

1964 Milwaukee Journal obit dated 1/20/1964; William R. Fox, 2422-A North Second Street, aged 55 years, January 17th, Dear brother of Jack C.. Edward P.. of Askeaton, Wisconsin; Walter Fox, Esther Summers of Kaukauna Wisconsin; Viola Farrell of Green Bay Wisconsin, and Adeline Pieper of Florida; further survived by sisters in law; brothers in law; nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Funeral services Tuesday at 10:00 a.m. at St. Patrick's Church of Askeaton, Wisconsin. Internment church cemetery.

Frassetto, Robert

2004 Appleton Post Crescent dated 3/19/2004; Frassetto, Robert C.P. “Bob”< /br> Robert C.P. “Bob” Frassetto, age 63, of Kimberly, died unexpectedly on Monday, March 15, 2004. A memorial service will be at 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, March 24, 2004, at the JANSEN FARGO FUNERAL HOME. Friends will be received at the funeral home from 4 p.m. until the time of the service.Jansen Fargo Funeral Home204 East Kimberly AvenueKimberly 788-6202< /br> < /br> 2004 Appleton Post Crescent dated 3/21/2004; Frassetto, Robert C. P.< /br> Robert C.P. Frassetto, “Bob,” Kimberly, age 63, died unexpectedly on Monday, March 15, 2004, at the Zablocki Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Milwaukee. He was born to the late Primo and Grace (Roberts) Frassetto in Kimberly on April 2, 1940. Bob served as a member of the United States Army.< /br> Bob is survived by his two daughters: Mary Frassetto, Kaukauna, and her daughter, Emilee; Jill Tennessen and fiance Scott Finger, Little Chute, her children: Tyler, Eric and Haylee; a brother, Tony (Sandy) Frassetto, Kimberly; three sisters: Jean Huntington, Kimberly; Gloria Kamps, Appleton; and Margaret (George) Bosch, Combined Locks; three sister-in-law: Colleen Frassetto, Kimberly, Gladys Frassetto, Little Chute; and Loretta Frassetto, Darboy; and an Aunt, Ada Barney, Appleton. Bob is further survived by numerous nieces, nephews and other relatives.< /br> Bob is preceded in death by his parents, five brothers: Charles, Alphonse, John, Albert and Phillip, two sisters: Elizabeth (Bill) Raddatz and Patricia (Toby) De Bruin, and four brothers-in-law: Bill Raddatz, Toby De Bruin, Bob Kamps and Howard “Spots” Huntington; and an Uncle, Milo Barney.< /br> The Memorial Service will be at 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, March 24th, 2004, at the Jansen Fargo Funeral Home, Kimberly. Family and friends will be received at the funeral home from 4 p.m. until the time of the service. The Kimberly American Legion Post 60 will be conducting military honors after the service.< /br> In lieu of flowers, a memorial fund has been established.Jansen Fargo Funeral Home204 East Kimberly AvenueKimberly 788-6202

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Gagnon, Delmer

Gagnon, Maxine (Davies)

1994 The Union Democrat newspaper dated 6/17/1994; Maxine LaVonne Gagnon, Aug. 12, 1924- June 14, 1994, Hospital volunteer Maxine LaVonne Gagnon of Surgar Pine died Tuesday at a Sonora hospital. She was 69. A native of Rapid City, South Dakota, Mrs. Gagnon had lived in Sugar Pine for 34 years. She was a member of the Sonora Community Hospital Auxillary, volunteering her services for many years. She had also worked as a bookkeeper for Merced Floral for 18 years. Mrs. Gagnon is survived by her mother Leona Davies of San Diego, a sister Jeane Perna of San Diego, and a nephew, Lawrence Perna of San Diego. She was preceded in death by her husband, Delmer "Frenchie" Gagnon in 1984. No services have been planned. Cremation will take place and the ashes scattered over the Sierra Nevada Mountians.

Gilbert, Leona (Coyle)

1979 The Daily Olympian dated 7/26/1979; Leona E. Gilbert, The funeral service for Leona E. Gilbert will be held in the Mills and Mills Chapel Friday at 11 a.m. The Reverend Harold E. Ogren of the Evergreen Christian Center will officiate. Mrs. Gilbert died Monday. She was born in Olympia on Dec. 15, 1906, and had been an employee of the local telephone company for many years. Her husband, Winslow (Winnie) Gilbert, died here in 1974. Mrs. Gilbert is survived by three cousins in this area. The family suggests that memorial donations could be made to the American Cancer Society or to the Thurston County Humane Society.

Gilbert, Winslow

1974 The Daily Olympian dated 7/28/1974; Winslow Franklin Gilbert died in his home on Route six (Box 701) Friday afternoon. Mr. Gilbert was born in Ishpeming, Michigan on May 28, 1906 and came to Olympia with his parents Percy and Clara Gilbert in 1911. Winslow attended the Olympia schools and was in the merchant marines for many years. He followed the construction business in later life and served in the Army during World War II. Mr. Gilbert was a member of the Olympia American Legion. Surviving are his wife, Leona, and a brother, Kenneth, both of Olympia. The funeral arrangements will be announced by Mills and Mills Funeral service.

Glasheen, Anna (Admundson)

Obit Missing - Unknown Death Date 

Glasheen, Anna (Powers)

Obit Missing - Died 9/19/1895 Holland town, WI.

1895 Kaukauna Sun dated 8/13/1895; Mrs. Thos Glasheen, aged 68 died in Hollandtown, buried at St. Francis.< /br>1895 Pioneers of Outagamie County; Mrs. Thoms Glasheen listed as died Sept 19, aged 68.

 

 

Glasheen, John

1910 Menasha Record dated 1/3/1910; John Glasheen Passes Away - Resident of the Island Succumbs After a Short Illness - Funeral Tomorrow. Yesterday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the family home on Pine street Island, John Glasheen succumbed to an attack of apoplexy after an illness of less than a week's duration. Mr. Glasheen suffered a stroke of paralysis on Wednesday and since that time had been in a critical condition. He was born at Holland, Wis., June 10, 1861 and had been a resident of this city only a few years. He is survived by his wife and four sisters, Mrs. William Dorsey of Center, Mrs. Campbell of Holland, Mrs. James Summers and Mrs. William Farrell of North Dakota.

Glasheen, Thomas

Obit Missing - Died 7/19/1888 - Holland town, WI.

1888 Brown County Death records film # 1310173; Tom Glasheen born in Ireland died 7/19/1888 aged 76.< /br>1888 St. Francis Catholic Church Internment records listed age 76 died.....buried 7/19/1888.

George, Hubert

1986 Appleton Post Crescent dated 7/14/1986; Hubert (Hub) George 629 Lincoln Ave. Kaukauna, Age 78, passed away suddenly Sunday, July 13, 1986. He was born June19, 1908, in Sturgeon Bay, and had lived in Kaukauna since 1927. He worked on the boats for Fox River Navigation Company for ten years, and was also employed by the Kimberly-Clark Corporation, Kimberly, for 35 years. Mr. George was a member of the Kimberly-Clark Quarter Century Club and the Holy Cross Catholic Church. Survivors include his wife, Josephine (Verhagen) George; three daughters and two sons-in-law, Betty Janssen, Little Chute, Grace and Richard Van Handel, and Janet and Joseph Smith, all of Kaukauna; three sons and daughters-in-law, James and Mary Jean George, Deltona, Florida; Richard and Dolly George, Burbank, California; and Bruce and Irene George, Kaukauna; 20 grandchildren; and 15 great-grandchildren. He was preceded. in death by his parents; and two brothers, Lester and Barney. The funeral service will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday, July 16, 1986, at the Holy Cross Catholic Church with the Rev. David Beaudry officiating. Burial will be in the parish cemetery. Friends may call at the Fargo Funeral Home, Kaukauna from 4 to 9 p.m. Tuesday and after 9 a.m. Wednesday until the cortege leaves for the church. There will be a prayer service at 7 p.m. Tuesday,

George, Josephine (Verhagen)

1993 Appleton Post Crescent dated 1/10/1993; Mrs. Hubert George, (Phine Verhagen) 629 Lincoln Ave. Kaukauna; Age 82, died peacefully Tuesday, November 9, 1993 at St. Elizabeth Hospital following a lingering illness. She was born May 24, 1911 in Little Chute; the daughter of the late Michael and Catherine (Dercks) Verhagen: Phine was married October 7, 1929 to Hubert George sharing 50 years together, before his death in July of 1986. Mother loved traveling, walking, having breakfast with her cousins but above all being with her family. She was a member of Holy Cross Catholic Church. She is survived by, three sons and daughters-in-law: James and Mary Jean George, DeLand, Florida; Richard and Dolly George, Bruce and Irene George, all of Kaukauna;< /br> two daughters and sons-in-law, Betty Janssen, Grace and Richard Van Handel, Joseph Smith, all of Kaukauna; 19 grandchildren: Allen (Ginny)-Janssen, Linda (Kent) Neville, Susan Micke, Robert (LuAnne) Janssen, Dave and Marge VanHandel, Donna (Gary) Weyenberg, Dale (Stacie) Van Handel, Denise (Dan) Zwick; Dawn Van Handel, Larry (Liz) George, Steve Marsceau; Debbie Hensen, Judy (Jim) Wittman, Dan (Barb) George, Julie Smith, Dawn Franke, Harrison George, April George, Brian George; 23 great grandchildren; two brothers and two sisters-in-law: Michael and June Verhagen, Appleton, James Verhagen, Kaukauna; Pat Verhagen, Wrightstown; two sisters: Barbara Van Asten, Litlle Chute; Jeanette Van Deurzen, Little Chute. She was preceded in death by a daughter, Jane Smith; a grandsqn,- Michael Janssen; a brother, Donald; six sisters: Rosell Felaur, Wilma Vandehey, Florence Staege, Elizabeth Verhagen, Rita Wegand, Dorothy Wolf. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Friday, November 12, 1993 at Holy Cross Catholic Church; Kaukauna with Father Jack Mul1arkey officiating. Burial will be in Holy Cross Cemetery, Kaukauna. Friends may at the Farge Funeral Home from 4 until 9 p.m. on Thursday and from 8:30 a.m. Friday until the cortege leaves for the church. There will be a parish prayer service at 6:30 p.m. Thursday evening. A memorial fund has been established in her name.

Goetzman, Anna (Feller)

1957 Appleton Post Crescent dated ? : Mrs. F. Goetzman service to be held Monday Morning - Mrs. Frank Goetzman, age 64, died Thursday evening at 830 at the Kaukauna Community Hospital following a long illness. She was born in Kaukauna on September 10th, 1892 and has lived here all her life. She was a member of St. Anne's Court, Catholic Order of Foresters, and the Altar Society of the Holy Cross Catholic church. The funeral service will be held Monday at 9:30 a.m. at the Holy Cross Church with burial in the parish cemetery. Friends may call at the Fargo funeral home after 7:00 p.m. Saturday evening. Rosary will be recited at 8:00 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. She is survived by her husband, Frank, one daughter, Mrs. Lester P. Coonen, of Detroit Michigan, one son, Robert Goetzman, of Kaukauna, three brothers, Harry Feller, of Milwaukee, Theodore, of Two Rivers, and Harold W. Feller, of Kaukauna, two sisters, Mrs. Frank Yingling, of Kaukauna and Mrs. Andrew O'Connor, of Libertyville Illinois and 13 grandchildren.

Goetzman, Frank "Sonny"

1967 Appleton Post Crescent dated 9/11/1967< /br>Frank Goetzman, 309 E. Ducharme St., Kaukauna, age 79, passed away Saturday afternoon at the home of his son Robert, after a short illness. He was born January 2, 1888 in Kaukauna. Mr. Goetzman resided in Kaukauna all of his life. He was employed at Thilmany Paper Company as a papermaker and had retired in 1954. Mr. Goetzman was a member of the Quarter Century Club and Papermakers Union 147. He has been a member of the Holy Cross Church, Kaukauna, also a member of the Holy Name Society and an honorary member of th Knights of Columbus. Survivors include one daughter, Mrs. L.P. (Virginia) Coenen, Detroit Mich, one son, Robert, Kaukauna; three brothers, Mark, Milwaukee; Peter, Cable; Henry , Beloit; five sisters, Mrs. Margaret Ruppert, Milwaukee; Mrs. Gordon (Adeline) Ruppert, Mrs. Emma Welter, both of Cudahy; Mrs. Gordon (Josephine) Kitzmiller, Mrs. Elisabeth Bril, both of Kaukauna; 15 grandchildren, 6 great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 10 a.m. at Holy Cross Church. Burial will be in the parish cemetery.

Goetzman, Robert

2004 Appleton Post Crescent dated 3/3/2004; Goetzman, Robert H.; Robert H. Goetzman, age 88, of Kaukauna, passed away Tuesday, March 2, 2004, at St. Paul Home in Kaukauna. Bob was born in Kaukauna on April 8, 1915, son of the late Frank and Ann (Feller) Goetzman. He attended Holy Cross Grade School and graduated with honors from the Kaukauna High School in 1933. On June 8, 1940, he married the former LaVerne Kromer, she survives. Bob was employed by Thilmany Pulp and Paper Company in October of 1933 and was transferred to the office in 1941. Over the years, he held various positions in sales, and retired in 1977 as the Manager of Administrative Services. He had been with Thilmany for forty-three years and was a member of the Quarter Century Club.< /br>While his son Lance was growing up, Bob was active in the Cub Scouts and the Boy Scouts, and assisted in the construction of various buildings at the Girl Scout Camp at White Rapids. Bob was a charter member of the Kaukauna Junior Chamber of Commerce and received the Jaycee’s Man of the Year Award in 1951 after having served as Vice President for one term. He was a member of the Kaukauna Improvement Committee, now known as the Environmental Committee. This committee was instrumental in the formation of the Thousand Islands Nature Center. Bob was a former member of the Kaukauna Housing Authority Commission from 1968 until 1989, during which time he served as its chairman for four years. During that time, the Golden Venture Apartments were completely renovated. Bob was also a member of the Kaukauna Alumni Association, its Board of Directors, its President, and its Advisory Board and received the coveted Alumni Award in 1992. He volunteered at the St. Vincent de Paul Store following his retirement, and continued his involvement there for some twenty-one years. Bob was a former member of the Kaukauna Elks Lodge, and was a 50-year member of Council #1033 of the Knights of Columbus where he served as treasurer. Bob was also an avid hunter and fisherman until his retirement at which time recreation turned to golfing, bowling, and walking. While his children were attending St. Mary School, he was a member of the Home School Association.< /br>Survivors include three daughters: Hope (John) VanDeHey of Neenah; Suzanne (Dr. Lee) Jacques of San Diego; and Lynn (Robert) Hunter of Kaukauna; a son, Lance (Donna) Goetzman of Kaukauna; 13 grandchildren: Karen (Pat) Tschimperle, Sara (Leo) Ebben, Steve (Marsha) Goetzman, Jeff (Robyn) Goetzman, Emily (Dr. Jeremy) Fritz, Paige (Jeff) Quigley, Scott (Barb) VanDeHey, Amy (Chris) Froze, Holly Jacques Scialdone, Robert (Karey) Jacques, Rachelle Meyerhofer, Jodi (Paul) Gardner, Ross DeCoster; 23 great-grandchildren; a brother-in-law, Art (Leila) Kromer, Jr. of Kaukauna.< /br>Bob was preceded in death by his parents; a sister, Virginia Coenen; two brothers-in-law: Lester Coenen and Jerome Coenen; his in-laws, Art and Grace Kromer, Sr.; as well as by numerous aunts and uncles.< /br>The funeral liturgy for Bob will be held at 12 noon Thursday, March 4, 2004 at HOLY CROSS CATHOLIC CHURCH, 309 Desnoyer Street in Kaukauna with Fr. Jack Mullarkey officiating. Interment will be in the parish cemetery. Friends may call directly at the church on Thursday from 9:30 a.m. until the hour of the service.< /br>LaVerne and the family would like to extend their most sincere gratitude to the staff at St. Paul Elder Services, especially to the staff at Birch Place. You cared for Bob as though he was your very own, and we know he could not have been in better hands. Thank you so very much. FARGO FUNERAL HOME400 W. Wisconsin Avenue Kaukauna.

Gonnering, Catherine (Romenesko)

1986 Appleton Post Crescent dated 1/9/1986; Mrs. John Gonnering, Catherine Romenesko, age 63, died 1:30 a.m. Wednesday, January 8th, 1986. She was born April 10th, 1922 in Freedom daughter of the late William and Mary Romenesko. She was a member of the St. Nicholas Catholic Church; the Christian Mothers. Survivors include her husband, John (Jack); five sons and daughters in law: Jim and Mary, of Kaukauna; Richard and Laura; Michael and Lois; Gary and Ethel; David and Marcella all of Freedom; three sisters: Mrs. Verona Peters, of Little Chute; Mrs. Jerome (Mary) Seagers, of Kimberly; Mrs. Alois (Mildred) Sonnleitner, of Longview Texas; two brothers and sisters in law: Walter and Ida Romenesko, of Little Chute; Joe and Lorraine Romenesko, of Freedom; 16 grandchildren and a great grandchild. She was preceded in death by two brothers: Elmer and Clarence. Funeral services will be 12 noon Friday at St. Nicholas Catholic Church, Freedom with Reverend Leander Nickel officiating. Internment will be in the parish cemetery.

Gonnering. John "Jack"

1995 Appleton Post Crescent dated 2/27/1995; John "Jack" Gonnering, age 73, died Sunday February 26th, 1995. He was the son of the late John and Catherine (Verstegen) Gonnering. He was born October 17th, 1921 in Freedom. He was a retired farmer and livestock dealer in the Freedom area. He was a member of the St. Nicholas Catholic Church, the Knights of Columbus and the Holy Name society. Survivors include five sons: Jim and Mary, of Kaukauna; Richard and Laura, Michael and Patty, Gary and Ethel, David and Marcella, all of Freedom; four brothers: William and Dorothy, Eugene and Mary, Donald and Lois, Orville and Sharon, all of Freedom; three sisters: Lorainne and Clarence Vanden Berg, Rosie and Donald Stofel, Pat and Jerry Kittiko, all of Freedom; 19 grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife, Catherine and a sister, Adele VanEperen. Funeral services will be held at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday February 28th, 1995 from St. Nicholas Catholic Church, Freedom with Rev. Dennis Ryan officiating. Internment will be in the parish cemetery.

Greely, Shirley (VanHeuklon)

2000 Appleton Post Crescent dated?; Shirley Rae Greely; 610 Caroline Street, Neenah, Age 37, passed away at her home Sunday, October 22, 2000. She was born January 8, 1963, in Appleton, daughter of Edward and Lillian (Van Asten) Van Heuklon. She married James Greely on March 19, 1989, in Appleton. She was employed at Anchor Foods, Appleton, and later at Integrated Imaging, also in Appleton. She will be missed by her husband and children, Shannon and Michael and his friend, Rachel. She is also survived by her brothers and sisters, Jim (Marge) Van Heuklon, Kaukauna; JoAnn (Bill) Schuman, Brillion; Judy (Norm) Ott, Darboy; John (Doris) Van Heuklon, Kaukauna; Joyce Smith and friend, Jim Vandenberg, Appleton; Jeanie (Clayton) Verhagen, Dave Van Heuklon, Rich Van Heuklon, all of Little Chute; Gary Van Heuklon, Kaukauna; Laurie Van Heuklon and friend, Rollie Nollenberg, Appleton; and Ken (Nancy) Van Heuklon, Brillion; her mother-in-law and father-in-law, Margaret and James Greely Sr., Crandon; brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law: Steven (Rachel) Greely, Kimberly; Scott Greely, Vancouver, Washington; Cindy (Dale) Blajeski, Bonduel; Melissa (Chad) Blair, Appleton; Vicki Greely, Crandon. Shirley was preceded in death by her parents, Edward and Lillian Van Heuklon; brother, Jerry; sister-in-law, Mary Van Heuklon. Funeral services will be held at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, October 26, 2000, at St. John's Catholic Church, Little Chute, with the Rev. John Schutze officiating. Interment will be in St. John's Cemetery. Friends may call at the church from 3:30 p.m. Thursday until the time of the mass. A memorial has been established.VERKUILEN FUNERAL HOME101 Canal StreetLittle Chute 788-3321

Green, Anna (Scholl)

1947 Unknown Newspaper; Woman Leaves 125 Survivors Mrs. Joseph Green Dies at 87 Years In Town of Freedom Survived by 125 descendents, Mrs. Joseph Green, Sr., 87, Route 2, Kaukauna, a pioneer of the area, died early this morning following a long illness at the home of her son, Joseph William Green Jr., Route 2, Kaukauna, with whom she had been living with for the last 48 years. She was born near Port Washington, March 8, 1860, and lived most of her life in the town of Freedom. She was a member of the Christian Mothers Society and the St. Therese Society of St. Nicholas Catholic church, Freedom. Besides her son, she is survived by eight daughters, 48 grandchildren and 68 great-grandchildren. Buried March 17, 1947, St. Nickolas Cemetery, Freedom, Outagamie, WI..

Green, Blanche (Courtios)

2002 Appleton Post Crescent ; Green, Blanche C. , Appleton< /br> Age 82, died Tuesday, November 12, 2002, at Franciscan Care Center, Appleton. Blanche was born on December 11, 1919, in Appleton, to the late Wilfred and Leona (Applebaker) Courtios. She married Donald Green on August 3, 1940; he survives. Blanche was a loving wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. She enjoyed sewing and reading.< /br> Survivors include her husband of 62 years, Donald; her son, Thomas (Susan) Green, Appleton; her daughter, Diane (Norman) Miller, Neenah; her grandchildren: Patrick (Angie) and Adam Miller; and David and Shane Green; and her great-grandchildren, Jasmin and Dominque; many nieces, nephews, other family and friends. She was preceded in death by her son, James; her grandson, Robbie; her brother, Gerald; and her sister, Myra Van Dyke.< /br> Private family services will be held. Interment will be in Highland Memorial Park.< /br> The family would like to extend a sincere thank you to the staff a Franciscan Care Center for their loving care. WICHMANN FUNERAL HOME 537 North Superior Street

Green, Daniel

2002 Oshkosh Northwestern dated 12/7/2002< /br> Daniel V. Green Daniel V. Green, 76, passed away on Thursday, December 5th., 2002 at Weyauwega Health Care Center, Weyauwega, WI., due to the effects of lung cancer. He previously resided at 666 Jefferson St. Oshkosh, Apartment 2.< /br> Daniel was born February 19, 1926 the son of Frank and Mary Green of Oshkosh. Dan lived in Oshkosh the majority of his life except for his time in the service.< /br> Daniel enjoyed sales work and sold televisions and appliances for many years. He also worked for Guernsey Dairy as a route salesman. When milk delivery was discontinued, he worked for Mercury Marine, in Oshkosh. Dan enjoyed the outdoor sports of fishing, hunting, and boating.< /br> He was a member of St. Mary's Parish and belonged to the Catholic War Veteran's. Daniel served his country as a member of the U.S. Navy in World War II and participated in the battle of Leyte Gulf, Philippines, and survived the sinking of his aircraft carrier, the St. Lo. Daniel also served in the Navy for two years, during the Korean Conflict.< /br> Daniel is survived by two sons, Robert of Oshkosh and Victor of Neenah. He is also survived by two brothers, Gerald (Mary Kaye) of Elkton, Florida, and Ronald (Eunice) of Sheboygan, and many nieces and nephews.< /br> He was preceded in death by his parents, his sister Margaret, and brothers Thomas, James and David.< /br> The Poklasny Funeral Home of Oshkosh is providing services for the family.< /br> Following cremation a Memorial Mass and celebration of Daniel's life will be held at St. Mary's Church at a later date.< /br> Fiss & Bills-Poklasny Funeral Home 130 Church Ave. (920) 235-1170

Green, David G

2002 Oshkosh Northwestern dated 5/18/2002; David G. Green< /br> David G. Green, age 74, of Oshkosh, passed away peacefully on May 16, 2002 at his home after a courageous battle with cancer. He was born in Oshkosh, on August 25, 1927 the son of the late Frank W. and Mary A. Hein Green. David attended St. Mary's Grade School, and graduated from Oshkosh High School in 1945. He served in The U.S. Navy from 1945-1946 and on August 25, 1951 he married Mary L. Bard of Clintonville WI. He later attended The University of Wisconsin Madison where he received his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering. David began his engineering career at The Wisconsin Axle Co. working in manufacturing and sales. In 1959, David transferred to The Triangle Manufacturing Co. where he was Chief Engineer and Plant Manager. He later transferred to The Oshkosh Truck Corp. where he became their first plant manager and held a variety of management jobs in manufacturing, sales, and product development. After his retirement in July of 1992, David acted as a consultant for The Oshkosh Truck Proposal Section.< /br> David was very active as a church and community leader. He was a life long member of St. Mary's Catholic Church. Most recently he served as Winnebago County Supervisor and Chairman of The Chamber of Commerce SCORE (Service Core of Retired Executives) Committee. He was also Past President of The Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors. David spent many years serving with The Knights of Columbus as 4th Degree Area Coordinator, Trustee, and Faithful Navigator, and 3rd Degree district Club Building Chairman, Trustee, Admiral, and Grand Knight. One of David's greatest passions was his involvement with the new Hooper Community Center in Oshkosh. David held the offices of both President, and Chairman of the Board for the community center and served as chairman of the Building Committee since 1994. He was also a member of the Noon Optimist Club holding the offices of, President, Lt. Governor, and District New Building Chairman. David also enjoyed being a member and volunteer for The Experimental Aircraft Association.< /br> He is survived by his wife of fifty one years Mary L. Green, Oshkosh, three children; Gregory J. Green, Palm Desert CA, Richard C. Green, Palo Alto CA, Elizabeth M. Deger, Madison, one granddaughter; Meredith Green, three brothers; Gerald R. (Mary Kay) Green, Elkton FL, Daniel V. Green, Oshkosh, Ronald J. (Eunice) Green, Sheboygan WI, and one brother-in-law; James (Elaine) Bard, Lexington, KY, David is further survived by many nieces, nephews, other relatives, and friends.< /br> He was preceded in death by one sister; Margaret Dodd, two brothers; Thomas R. Green, and James F. Green.< /br> A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Monday Morning May 20, at 11 a.m. in St. Mary's Catholic Church with the Rev. Michael Koch and Sr. Judy Miller officiating. Burial will be in Riverside Cemetery. Family and friends may call at the church on Monday morning from 9 a.m. until the hour of services.< /br> David Green was a caring and considerate man who gave tirelessly of himself to helping others and to serving the community he loved. He was a devoted husband, father, and brother and through his good humor and generous nature, he touched the lives of many. He will be deeply missed by family and friends.< /br> Fiss & Bills-Poklasny Funeral Homes 870 W. South Park (920) 235-1170

Green, Harland

[Newspaper Article Reads] - Family dispute KAUKAUNA AREA FATHER SHOT BY FORMER IN-LAW IN TEXAS BROWNWOOD, Texas - A rural Freedom man was shot and killed here by his former father-in-law Wednesday afternoon when he attempted to pick up his children by a former marriage. Harland Green, 34, 10653 Vanden Bosch Road, Kaukauna, was killed instantly by a single shot from a 20-gauge shotgun. A warrant charging first-degree murder has been issued for Clarence Holland, 65 of rural Brownwood. According to Brown County, Texas, sheriff's deputies, Holland suffered an apparent heart attack after the shooting and is hospitalized in the intensive care unit of the Brownwood hospital. They said the warrant would be served when Holland is released from the hospital. According to the Brown County deputies, Green and his present wife, Shirley, arrived at his former father-in-law's house about eight miles north of here about 11 A.M. to pick up the four children for the summer. An extended argument apparently ensued and Green was shot once in the chest from a distance of 8-10 feet. Sheriff's deputies found him slumped in a dining room chair about 3 P.M. They aid the shooting apparently occurred between 2 and 2:30 P.M. Holland reported the shooting himself, deputies said. They said that neither Green's former wife nor his children were in the house at the time of the shooting. Brownwood is located about 100 miles south of Abilene in west-central Texas. Green was divorced from his first wife in October 1977, and she moved back to Texas about two years ago. He reportedly told friends before he left that he thought he might have difficulty in picking up the children for visitation. Green is survived by his wife, his mother, four children, three brothers and a sister. Funeral services will be at 11 A.M. Monday at St Nicholas Catholic Church, Freedom, Wisconsin, Rev. Leander Nickles officiating. Friends may call at the Greenwood Funeral Home in Kaukauna, Wisconsin after 2 P.M. Sunday.

Green, John (1863-1936)

No obit found, onle Funeral Death Notice;

1936 Appleton Post Crescent dated 7/16/1936 Death Notice Funeral Services for John Green, 75, Village of Freedom, will be at St. Nicholas Church, Freedom at 9:00 Friday morning. The Rev. A W. Van Dyke will be in charge and burial will be in the parish cemetery. The body has been taken to the residence. A prayer service was held last night and another will be held at 8:00 this evening.

Green, John A

1969 Appleton Post Crescent dated 2/18/1969; John A. Greene, Winneconne, age 62, died yesterday evening at 7:15 at Mercy Medical Center, Oshkosh. He was born in Appleton, October 3rd, 1906 and attended the Appleton public schools and after graduation from high school was employed by Schlafer's Hardware and Sheet Metal Inc. for 13 years. In 1937 he moved to Winneconne and was employed by Winneconne Hardware. In 1964 he established his own business, Green Heating and Sheet Metal. He was married to Marie Wilz, August 30th, 1932 in Neenah. He was a member of the Winneconne businessmen's association, a member of a past Worshipful Master of the Winneconne Lodge No. 186 F. &A.M. and also served as its treasurer for seven years. Survivors are his wife Marie; two sisters, Mrs. Leo Keating, Appleton and Mrs. Ivo Krielkamp, Milwaukee. Funeral services will be held at Thursday at 2:00 p.m. February 20th at the Mueller funeral home, Winneconne with Reverend G. Willard Gray officiating. The Winneconne Lodge will conduct memorial services at the funeral home at 7:30 Wednesday evening.

Green, Joseph Sr.

1937 Unknown Newspaper; Joseph Green, Sr., Dies at New London Kaukauna -< /br> Joseph Green, Sr., 80, died at 7:30 last night at his home on Route 2, Kaukauna, after a weeks illness. He was born in Ozaukee County and came to Freedom with his parents when he was 15 years old. In 1877 he was married, and two years later he moved to the town of Osborn. In 1899 he returned to Freedom, in which vicinity he had lived since. Mr. Green was a member of the Holy Name and St. Teresa societies of St. Nicholas church, Freedom, in which church his funeral services will be held at 9:00 Saturday morning. The Rev. A.W. Van Dyke will be in charge. Burial will take place in the parish cemetery. Prayers will be said at 8:00 Thursday and Friday nights at the Green home. Survivors are the widow; nine daughters, one son; forty-six grandchildren; and twenty great-grandchildren. Buried May 1, 1937, St. Nickolas Cemetery, Freedom, Outagamie, WI..

Green, Katharine (Blindauer)

Green, Marie (Wilz)

1995 Appleton Post Crescent dated 1/7/1995; Marie R. Green, age 89, died Friday afternoon at the Oak Ridge and Gardens Nursing Center in Menasha. She was born February 26th, 1905, in the town of Harrison, the daughter of the late Henry and Helen (Demarath) Wilz Sr.,. In her early years she was employed by the Little Paris Millinery and was also a switchboard operator for Wisconsin Telephone Co., both of Appleton. She then served as manager of the Union News lunchroom at Appleton Junction, Wisconsin. From 1928 to 1932. She married John H. Greene on August 30th, 1930. They made their home in Winneconne in 1937 and Marie was the assistant librarian from 1945 until 1966 and then served as librarian of the Winneconne Public Library from 1966 until her retirement in 1979. Her husband preceded her in death on February 17, 1969. She was a member of St. Mary's Catholic Church of Winneconne. Marie was active in civic affairs and was a 50 year member of the Winneconne Civic League Federated Women's club. She was a charter member and first treasurer of the Winneconne Historical society. She is survived by one brother ALoys Wilz of Menasha and number of nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held at 11:00 a.m. Monday January 9th at St. Mary's Catholic Church Winneconne with Reverend Lee Roy Smith officiating. Burial will be in the Winneconne cemetery.

Green, Marvin

1995 Appleton Post Crescent dated March 23, 1995 Marvin J. Green, age 80, passed away and unexpectedly Wednesday March 22nd, 1995 while vacationing in Alabama. He was born March 11th, 1915 in Appleton, son of the late Nicholas and Blanche (Brady) Green, and has been Appleton resident all of his life. Marvin was united in marriage to Lucille DeNoble on June 22nd, 1940 sharing 44 years together before her death in 1984. Marvin joined the Appleton police department on July 9th, 1940. He was with the department for 37 years before retiring in 1977 with the rank of Captain. Marvin attended Stevens Point University where he played on the football team. He was a sports enthusiast, playing softball with local teams, semipro football with the Manitowoc Chiefs and an avid golfer. Marvin was a member of the St. Paul Catholic Church, Combined Locks and served in the Wisconsin National Guard from 1932 until 1940. Survivors include two sons and daughters in law: Dennis and Patricia Green, Pardeeville; Douglas Green, Madison; two grandchildren: Michael and Maureen Green; two brothers and a sister in law: Donald and Blanche Green, Appleton; Robert Green, Kimberly; a sister and brother-in-law, Lucille and William Platt, Menasha; a special friend, Winifred Wieseckel, Kimberly. Besides his parents and wife, he was preceded in death by a sister-in-law Leona Green. The mass of resurrection will be celebrated at 11:00 a.m. Saturday March 25th at St. Paul Catholic Church, the Rev. Robert Vandenberg officiating. Internment will be in St. Joseph cemetery.

Green, Mary (Romenesko) (1825-1904)

1904 Appleton Evening Crescent dated 2/18/1904; Freedom, Mrs. Mary Green, one of the early settlers of this village, died Saturday at the home of her son, Peter Green. Five sons survive her, all residents of Freedom.

Green, Nicholas

1954 Appleton Post Crescent dated 12/10/1954 Nicholas Green, Nicholas Green, 62, 1416 South Jefferson Street, died at 710 Thursday evening after a long illness. He was born March 10th, 1892, in Appleton and lived here all his life. Funeral services will be held at 230 Saturday afternoon at the Whitman funeral home with burial in Riverside cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 2:00 today. Survivors include one daughter, Mrs. William F. Platt, Menasha; three sons Marvin and Donald, Appleton and Robert, Kimberly; one brother, and John of Winneconne, three sisters, Mrs. Louis Miller, Neenah, Mrs. Lorraine Keating, Appleton and Mrs. Ivo Kreilkamp, Milwaukee; and the nine grandchildren.

Green, Peter (1823-1894)                (see picture of tombstone above under obit of wife, Mary Green)

1894 Appleton Post Crescent dated 1/27/1894; Died - Peter Green, of Freedom, died there Thursday night, aged 70 years. The funeral took place Saturday at 10 o'clock from the Catholic Church.

Green, Peter H  (1859-1935)

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Green, Robert L

2002 Appleton Post Crescent dated 7/1/2002; Green, Robert L. , Kimberly< /br> Loving husband, father and grandfather, age 84, died on Saturday, June 29, 2002 at St. Elizabeth Hospital. Bob was born on April 1, 1918, son of the late Nicholas and Blanche (Brady) Green. On December 1, 1945, he married the former Leona Van Eperen; she preceded him in death in February of 1995. For many years, he was employed at the Kimberly-Clark Atlas Mill, Appleton, and retired in 1978 as a member of the Quarter-Century Club. He faithfully served his country as a member of the United States Army during World War II, serving with Company D, 32nd Division, and the 127th Infantry. Bob retired from the Army in 1978 with a Bronze Star and 3 Purple Hearts. He was a member of the William Verhagen American Legion Post #60 in Kimberly, the Company D-40 Club, the Appleton YMCA and Holy Name Parish. Bob will be greatly missed by his two daughters: Kathy (Steve) Puls, Neenah; Mary (Don) Gerrits, Little Chute; three sons: Raymond (Eileen) Green, Maryland; Mike Green, Kimberly; Jeff (Sarah) Green, Oshkosh; eight grand children: Zev (Ilissa) Green; Angie (Rob) Huettl; Bob Voigt; Amanda (Jamie) Anderson; Brianna and Nicholas Newhouse; Crystal Green, five great-grandchildren: Grace and Brendan Voigt; Ari Green; Eric Huettl; Sierra Anderson; and his brother, Don (Blanche) Green, Appleton. Bob is also survived by Leona’s sisters and brothers: Johanna Diedrich, Kaukauna; Fran Richter, Burlington; Luella (Gene) Schultz, Kimberly; Bernie (Nita) Van Eperen, Dale; Theresa Van Eperen, Kimberly; Paul (Barbara) Van Eperen, Kimberly; Dori Van Eperen, Appleton; his good friend Edward Hendricks and numerous nieces and nephews. Bob was preceded in death by his brother, Marv (Lucillle) Green; his sister Lucille (Bill) Platt; a sister-in-law, Mickey Saucer; brothers-in-law: Joe Van Eperen; John Van Eperen; Walter Van Eperen, Jr.; Ray Van Eperen; Wally Diedrich; Bob Richter; Hank Van Eperen; and Leona’s parents, Walter and Marie (Vanden Boogard) Van Eperen. He was also survived by five stepgrandchildren, Tina (Jason) Martzahl, Travis, Troy, Donny and Alex Gerrits. The Funeral Mass will be held at 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, July 2, 2002 at HOLY NAME CATHOLIC CHURCH, 600 East Kimberly Avenue, Kimberly, with Fr. Dennis Bergsbaken officiating. The Entombment will be held at Highland Memorial Park, Appleton. Friends will be received at the church on Tuesday, July 2 from 3:00 p.m. until the time of service. The family would like to extend their gratitude to the staff at Parkside Care Center for their loving care of Bob. Bob will be remembered for his love of cooking, golf, fishing and all the stories that he loved to tell; especially to the grand kids.< /br> Jansen-Fargo Funeral Home 204 East Kimberly Avenue Kimberly 788-6202

Green, Rosella (Willems)

1992 Appleton Post Crescent dated February 19th, 1992, Mrs. Rosella M. Green, age 85, died Tuesday February 18th, 1992 at Appleton Medical Center. She was born March 3rd, 1906 in Hollandtown, daughter of the late John and Nelli (VanLanen) Willems. She had it lived in Freedom all of her married life and was a member of the St. Nicholas Catholic Church, Christian Mother's, the Clippers, and a 50 years member of the Catholic Knights. She is survived by three sons: Leonard B. (Elaine) Green, DePere; Lyle (Kathy) Green, Wrightstown; Vernon and friend, Patti Reitz, of Freedom; a daughter and son-in-law: Geraldine (James) Pomeroy, of Kaukauna; 15 grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; three sisters: Melania (Dan) Baumgart, Depere; Hilaria (Silverius) Schaefer, Hollandtown; three sisters in law: Marcella (Erv)Tennessen, of Hollandtown, Nell Appleman, DePere; Margaret Willems, of Madison; her husband's sister, Martha Weyenberg, Appleton. She was preceded in death by her husband, Joseph W.; two sons: Donald and Harland, seven brothers: Aloysius, Henry, Leonard, John, Martin, Bernard, and William. Funeral services will be at 12 noon Thursday at St. Nicholas Catholic Church, Freedom with the Rev. Dennis Ryan officiating. Internment in the parish cemetery.

Green, Thomas R

1999 Ozaukee Press; Thomas R. Green; Thomas R. Green of the town of Trenton died on Thursday, Dec. 17, 1999 at St. Joseph’s Community Hospital, West Bend, at the age of 83 years. He was born on April 21, 1916 in Oshkosh to the late Frank W. and Mary A. (nee Hein) Green.< /br> After graduating from high school, he attended UW-Madison where he received a Bachelor’s Degree in Dairy Science. Following his marriage to Mary Grace Wandrey in Madison on Aug. 20,1940, they moved to Shawano, and a short time later settled in the Washington County area. He was employed in the dairy industry, including owner and operator of the former Decorah Dairy in West Bend. In the 1950s, they moved to Madison where he became the owner and operator of the Monroe Laudrette. During this time, he founded the Dane County Chapter of the Shamrock Club of Wisconsin, where he was named Irishman of the Year.< /br> Tom had a life-long passion for traveling. He and his family have traveled to many parts of the United States and Canada, and he has been to Ireland many times. He also spent as much time as possible with his children and grandchildren. Two of his favorite hobbies included Irish history and geneology.< /br> He was a member of the Fr. Caper Rehrl Council #1964 Knights of Columbus and the Serra Club.< /br> Survivors include his loving wife of 59 years, Mary Grace; 10 children: Bill (Betty) of Denver, Tom (Phyllis) of West Bend, Peter (Dawn) of Santa Clarita, Calif.; Sr. Mary Ellen of Chicago, Katherine (Jack) Chapuran of Eagan, Minn, Frank (Jana) of Eagle Rock, Calif., Margaret (Ken) Lividas of Los Angeles, Theresa (Dennis) of Brookfield, Marie (Dale) Ganser of Sauk City and Joan (Jay) Christgau of Boulder Junction; 31 grandchildren; 9 great-grandchildren; four brothers: Gerald (Kay) of St. Augustine, Fla., Dave (Mary) and Dan, both of Oshkosh, and Ron (Eunice) of Sheboygan; one brother-in-law, Don Dodd of Milwaukee; one sister-in-law, Ellen Green of Madison; other relatives and friends. He was preceded in death by one sister, Margaret Dodd, and one brother, Jim.< /br> A Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Sunday, Dec. 19 at 4 p.m. at Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Newburg. Visitation will be at the church only on Sunday from 2 p.m. until 3:45 p.m. Memorials may be given to the Wisconsin Parkinson’s Disease Association or to the Sinsinawa Dominican Sisters. The Schmidt Funeral Home of West Bend is serving the family.< /br> May the road rise up and meet you. May the wind be always at your back, may the sun shine warm upon your face, and the rains fall soft upon your field, and until we meet again, may God hold you in the palm of His hand.< /br> < /br> 1999 Daily News dated 12/18/1999; The Daily News, December 18th, 1999, (Same as above)

Gruetzmacher, Marlene E (Pennings)

2002 Appleton Post Crescent dated 2/24/2002: Gruetzmacher, Marlene E., Menasha< /br> Age 61, died unexpectedly on Friday, February 22, 2002 at Theda Clark Medical Center in Neenah. Marlene was born March 9, 1940; the daughter of the late Arthur and Bernice (Widmar) Pennings. She had been employed at Gilbert Paper Company in Menasha for 37 years. Marlene is survived by her four children: Laura Honick, Menasha; Brian Miller, Greg Miller and Cindy Miller; a grandchild, Heather Kofnetka; a brother and six sisters. She is also survived by her special friend, Bob Heinzill; and numerous nieces and nephews.< /br> A memorial service for Marlene will be Tuesday evening, February 26, 2002 at 7 p.m. at the LAEMMRICH COMMUNITY FUNERAL HOME, 312 Milwaukee St., Menasha. A memorial is being established.< /br> Laemmrich CommunityFuneral Home920-722-8252

Guyette, Deanna (Siebers)

2003 Appleton Post Crescent dated 3/2/2003; Guyette (Siebers), Deanna, Portland, Oregon< /br> Age 59, died peacefully Tuesday, February 11, 2003. She was born on December 18, 1943 in Appleton the daughter of Harvey and Vivian Siebers. Survivors include her five children: Lisa (Jerry) Eisenbach, Todd Guyette, Rodney Guyette, Chris Guyette, Jeff Guyette; 13 grandchildren; her mother, Vivian Siebers; six sisters: Blanche (Bob) Meyer, Elaine (Howie) Hayek, Sharon (Bob) Hoehne, Joan (Kurt) Vogel, Bonnie (Don) Tomazevic, Mary (Brian) Betz; four brothers: Bernard (Belva) Siebers, Earl (Lana) Siebers, Harvey (Tami) Siebers, Mark (Cathy) Siebers; godmother, Arbella Segglink; many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her father Harvey, sister Darlene, brother-in-law Eugene, and a nephew Paul. Visitation Monday from 6-7 p.m. at the church. A Memorial Mass will be 7 p.m. Monday, March 3, 2003 at St. Mary’s, Kaukauna with Fr. Robert Udulutsch officiating. In lieu of flowers, a memorial is being established in her name.

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Hackethal, Anthony

1950 Denver Post dated 12/28/1950 ; Anthony Hackethal, 80, of 541 Galapago St., a resident of Denver 61 years and the father of Clement R. Hackethal, district attorney for the first Judicial District, died at St. Anthony's Hospital Wednesday (Dec 27, 1950) after a long illness. A native of Mitchell Illinois, Mr. Hackethal came to Colorado in 1889 and as a freighter hauled much of the material used in the construction of many downtown buildings in the early 1900's. At one time he was stationary engineer for the Denver Public Schools, the Denver Sewer, Pipe and Clay company and the Kuner-Empson company. In addition to his son, Clement, he is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Caroline Yarcho of Denver. The rosary will be recited for Mr. Hackethal Friday evening at the Theodore Hackethal mortuary. Requiem High Mass will be sung at 10:00 a.m. Saturday, at St. Joseph's Church burial will be in Fairmont Cemetery.

Hackethal, Catherine (Andrasik)

1990 Denver Post dated October 20, 1990, Catherine Hackethal, Lakewood homemaker, 79 died October 11th in Denver. Mass of Christian burial was Monday in St. Bernadette's Catholic church. Internment was in Mount Olivet cemetery. She was born April 2nd, 1911, in Denver. In 1929, she graduated from St. Joseph High School in Denver. On June 29th, 1932 she married Clement Rupert Hackethal in St. Joseph Catholic Church. Hackethal was a member of the St. Bernadette Alter and Rosary Society. She was a past president of the Loretto Heights Mothers' Club and was a charter member of the First Judicial District attorney's wives' association. She is survived by two sons, Clement R. Jr., Wheat Ridge, and William, Northglenn; a daughter, Marilyn Campen, of Littleton; and eight grandchildren. Contributions may be made to Regis high-school McGuire Scholarship fund, Aurora, Colorado or to the Hospice of Metro Denver.

Hackethal, Clement

1970 Denver Post dated 11/23/1970; Rocky Mountain News dated November 23, 1970, Clement R. Hackethal, Mass of the Resurrection for Clement R. Hackethal, county attorney for Clear Creek County, will be sung at 10:00 a.m. Wednesday in St. Bernadette's Catholic Church, Lakewood. Rosary will be recited there at 8:00 p.m. Tuesday. Burial will be in Mt. Olivet. Hackethal, who lived at 7400 Broadview Dr., Lakewood, died Sunday in St. Anthony's Hospital following a brief illness. He was 62. Born June 20th, 1908, in Denver, he attended St. Joseph's grade school and West high-school, was graduated from University of Denver and earned his law degree from Westminster Law School. In addition to his legal duties with the county, he practiced privately. In June 1932 he was married to the former Kathryn V. Andrasik in Denver. Hackethal was an honorary life member and past exalted ruler of Idaho Springs Elks Lodge No. 607; the St. Vincent de Paul Society; the Colorado and First Judicial District bar associations and the Phi Alpha Delta Law fraternity. For many years he was active in St. Bernadette's parish. Hackethal was also a former district attorney for the First Judicial district. Surviving, in addition to his widow, are a daughter, Mrs. J. Russell Campen Jr. of Littleton; two sons, Clement R. Jr. of Wheat Ridge and William J. of Denver. A sister Mrs. C. W. Yarcho of Lakewood, and four grandchildren. Friends may make memorial contributions to St. Vincent de Paul Society of St. Bernadette church.< /br>  

Hansen, Eleanor (Powers)

1976 Green Bay Press Gazette dated 5/18/1976; Mrs. Eleanor Hansen, 82, formerly of 711 Hubbard St. died early this morning at a local nursing home. Survivors are one brother, Edward A. Powers, and one sister, Mrs. Genevieve Powers Holbeck, Appleton; nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her husband, Herman in 1967 and one son Roland in 1948. Friends may call at Blaney Funeral home after 4 pm Wednesday. Burial will be at Fort Howard Cemetery.

Hansen, Herman

Obit Missing - died 8/23/1967

Harney, Anna Stella

1910 Pine Knot newspaper dated 8/6/1910; Little Girl Passes Away Suddenly< /br> Annie Harney, nine years old, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Harney, living on Duluth Road, died at 2 o'clock Monday morning, after a brief illness, having been sick only since Saturday. The funeral took place Tuesday morning at the Catholic Church.

Harney, Anna (Ryan)

1954 Duluth area newspaper dated 3/6/1954; Obit with picture. March 6th 1954;

 Anna Hardy, 89, pioneer Head of the Lakes resident for whom the community of Harney, near Esko, was named, died Saturday night in a Duluth hospital. She had been ill about two years. The former Anna Ryan, Mrs. Harney was born in Kaukauna Wisconsin, and came to Duluth in 1885. She was married to James J. Harney in 1888, and the couple homesteaded in Thompson Township, where the community of Harney is now located. Both Mr. and Mrs. Harney were active in community affairs. Mr. Harney served several terms as supervisor of Thomson township. He died in 1939. Mrs. Harney was a member of Our Lady of Sacred Heart Catholic parish, in Cloquet, where funeral services will be held at 9:00 a.m. Tuesday with the Reverend Father Thomas Bouchard officiating. Rosary services will be held at 7:30 p.m. today at Meraw Funeral Chapel. Burial will be in Cavalry Cemetery in Cloquet. Mrs. Harney is survived by five sons, Martin P. Duluth News Tribune and Herald Travel and Recreation Director, and John J. of Duluth, Leo F. of Harney, Minnesota; Malachi L. of Washington D.C., and Thomas P. of Dunkirk, New York, a daughter, Mrs. J. A. Osbolt, of Chisholm, a sister, Miss Winifred Ryan, of Kaukauna Wisconsin, and 11 grandchildren.< /br>< /br>1954 Pine Knot Press dated 3/9/1954; Area Pioneer dies at 89; Funeral services will be held today (Tuesday) at 9 am for Mrs. Anna Harney, 89, pioneer Thompson township resident for whom the community of Harney, near Esko was named. Rev. Fr. Thomas Bouchard will officiate at the Requiem Mass at Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Catholic church in Cloquet. Burial will be in Calvary cemetery, Cloquet. The former Anna Ryan, Mrs. Harney was born in Kaukauna, Wis and came to Duluth in 1885. She was married to James Harney in 1888 and the couple homesteaded in Thompson township where the community of Harney is now located. Both Mr. and Mrs. Harney were active in community affairs. Mr. Harney served several terms as supervisor of Tompson township, he died in 1939. Mrs. Harney died Saturday night in a Duluth hospital, she had been ill about two years. Mrs. Harney is survived by 5 sons, Martin P and John J., Duluth; Leo F. Harney; Malachi L., Washington DC, and Thomas E. Dunkirk, NY; a daughter, Mrs. J.A. Osbold, Chisholm, a sister, Miss Winifred Ryan, Kaukauna and 11 grandchildren.

Harney, Bertha (Johnson)

1980 Sentinel Record dated 1/31/1980; Bertha M. Harney, 75, died January 30th, in all local hospital. She had lived in Hot Springs for 10 years and was a housewife. She was a member of St. John's Catholic church. She is survived by her husband, Leo Harney of Hot Springs, a son, John Harney of Esko Minnesota: two daughters, Marion Newberry of Santa Barbara, California and Marjorie McCleary of Park Forest Illinois: a brother, Peter Johnson of Virginia, Minnesota, a two sisters, Amanda Olson of Twig, Minnesota and Clara Norden of Bovey, Minnesota: eight grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Rosary will be at 4:00 p.m. today in Gross Mortuary Chapel with Father Ralph Esposito officiating. Burial will be in Forbes Minnesota.

Harney, Edith (Peterson)

Obit Missing - died 5/20/1940 Duluth, MN.

Harney, Geraldine (Flynn)

Obit Missing - died abt Dec 1935 Duluth, MN.

Harney, Gladys (Podratz)

1977 Minneapolis StarTribune ; Thurs, 24 November 1977, p. 17B< /br>Harney, Gladys M., age 80, of 6400 Barrie Road, Edina. Survived by husband Malachi. Services 2pm, Werness Brothers Chapel, W. 55th St. and Beard Ave S. Interment Fort Snelling National Cemetery. Friends may call at the chapel one hour previous to the service. Memorials may be given to donor's choice.

Harney, Hulda (Gustofson)

Harney, James (1866-1939)

1939 Pine Knot newspaper dated 8/25/1939; James Harney, Pioneer, Dies< /br>James Harney, 77, pioneer resident of Harney in Thomson township and father of Martin Harney, Cloquet, died in a Duluth hospital last Saturday. Funeral services were conducted at 10 o'clock Tuesday. With internment at Calvary cemetery. Pallbearers were: Louis Schiedermayer, George Wimmer, Omer Herbert, Matt Wallenstine, Earl Rayner and Frank Jordan of Duluth.< /br>The town of Harney was named for for Mr. Harney who had been a resident of that section for approximately 40 years. He was prominent in township affairs, serving three 2-year terms as supervisor of the Town of Thomsom. Born in Ireland on June 28, 1862, Mr. Harney came to this country at the age of 12 years with his parents who settled in Duluth. He resided there for 25 years and was employed as a foreman on the North Western Fuel Dock before moving to Thomson. Mr. Harney was widely known in Carlton County and his death is mourned by many friends. Surviving are his widow, five sons, John J., Duluth; M.L., Washington DC.; Thomas E., Buffalo, NY.; Leo, Bartlett, MN. and Martin, Cloquet; one daughter, Catherine of Harney; two sisters, Mrs. Frank Jordan, Duluth and Mrs. Mary Sullivan, Atlanta.

Harney, James (1899-1932)            (See related newspaper articles to James Harney's murder.)

1932 New York Times, dated 25 Sept 1932.

DRY AGENT SLAIN IN WEST. One of Four Hunters for a Still Found Shot in Minnesota.< /br>TAMARACK, Minn., Sept 24 (AP) - James G. Harney, a Federal prohibition agent and brother of M.L. Harney, Federal dry law enforcement chief in the Chicago district, was found shot dead near here today.< /br>Associates said that Mr. Harney, attached to Northwest district prohibition headquarters in St. Paul, was shot while searching for operators of a still which he and three other agents had found. The other three in the party said they last saw him alive yesterday afternoon. Search for him was under way all night and today.

 

 

Harney, James Martin

 

2000 Unknown Newspaper; James M Harney 1930-2000, James M Harney, 65, of Wauwatosa, Wisconsin, died Thursday, July 27th, 2000, in St. Mary's Hospice in Milwaukee Wisconsin. He was born November 18th, 1934, to Martin and Rosella Harney in Cloquet. He graduated from University of Minnesota at Duluth and received a master's degree in English and Speech, and a doctoral degree in education from Northern Illinois University. Jim was a devoted educator who was respected by his colleagues and loved by his students. He served for 11 years as assistant professor of education at Troy State University before retiring in December. He previously was a community college administrator and teacher. He also spent 19 years in public school teaching in Minnesota, Wisconsin and Illinois. Jim also loved the music and was an accomplished singer and pianist who often entertained at private and public events. Jim was preceded in death by an infant daughter, Corinne Harney. He is survived by his son Roy Harney of Eagan, his mother Rosella Harney of Cloquet, father, Martin O'hAtairne of Port Washington, Wisconsin, a brother David (Rosalee) Harney of Grafton Wisconsin and a sister Catherine (Joseph) Tierney of Wauwatosa, Wisconsin. A memorial Mass will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Monday August 7th, at Queen of Peace Catholic Church in Cloquet. Internment will be held at Old Cavalry cemetery in Cloquet. Memorials are preferred to Queen of Peace Catholic Church.

 

 

Harney, James Patrick

 

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Harney, John James

 

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1985 Minn Death Certificate lists death date as 6/11/1985, Widowed, wife was Laura Maude Watson, informant was Raymond Simmons. Listed his occupation as retired owner Hardware Store.< /br> 1985 Minnesota Department of Health Certificate of Death; John James Harney date of death June 11, 1985 age 92, cause of death , CVA, date of birth August 20th, 1892, County of death Crow Wing, location of death Brainerd, MN. birthplace of Duluth Minnesota, widowed, spouse Laura Maude Watson, father's name James Harney born in Ireland mother's name Anna Ryan born in Wisconsin, burial at Calvary cemetery in Duluth Minnesota on June 14, 1985.

Harney, Laura Maude (Watson)

Obit Missing - died 11/11/1981 Brainerd, MN.

Harney, Leo Francis

Obit Missing - Died 7/29/1997 Cloquet, MN.

Harney, Malachi

1984 St. Paul Pioneer Press dated 2/28/1984; Death notice; Harney, Malachi L. age 88 of St. Louis Park, formerly of Washington DC. Served as Chief Coordinator of all U.S. Treasury enforcement agencies. Preceded in death by wife, Gladys. Survived by brothers, John, Brainerd, Minnesota, Thomas, Dunkirk, New York, Leo, Cloquet, Minnesota, Martin, Montreal, Wisconsin; a sister, Catherine Osbolt, Hot Springs Ark.; nieces and nephews. Mass of Christian burial, Wednesday 12 noon Werness Brothers Chapel Minneapolis. Internment Fort Snelling National cemetery. Friends may call one hour prior to the service. If so desired, memorials may be given to Holy Family Catholic church.< /br>< /br>1984 Minneapolis Star and Tribune dated 2/28/1984; Area Treasury man who helped send Al Capone to prison dies. Funeral services will be Wednesday for Malachi Harney of St. Louis Park, a prohibition era Treasury agent who became a high ranking law enforcement official in the Truman administration. He died Friday at age 88. Harney ended his 35-year federal career in 1955 as assistant commissioner of the U.S. Narcotics Bureau. Previously he had been chief agent for the Treasury Department in Minneapolis and head of the Treasury Department's alcohol unit in St. Paul. Harney became head of the Illinois Narcotics Control Division after his federal service. He retired from that post in 1960 at age 65. Born in Duluth, he played fullback for the University of Minnesota football team before serving in the Marine Corps during World War I. Harney became a Treasury agent in 1920. He was credited with helping build a federal income tax case that sent the nation's No. 1 gangster, Al Capone, to prison in 1932. In 1936, Harney was credited with supplying the informer who helped convict New York racketeer Louis "Lepke" Buchalter in a narcotics conspiracy trial. In 1947 he was named chief coordinator of all Treasury Department enforcement agencies, commanding more than 3000 officers and agents in the fight against narcotics. In retirement Hardy wrote two books still used in law enforcement work, "The Informer in Law Enforcement" and "Narcotics Officers Notebook". He is survived by four brothers, John of Brainerd, MN.; Thomas of Dunkirk, N.Y., Leo of Cloquet, MN.; and Martin of Montreal, Wisconsin, and a sister, Catherine Osbolt of Hot Springs Ark.. Services will be at noon Wednesday in the Werness Brothers Funeral Chapel. Burial will be in Fort Snelling National cemetery.

1984 Duluth News Tribune and Herald dated 2/29/1984; Esko's "Mal" Harny, a former T-man, dies - Malachi L. "Mal" Harney, 88, an Esko native who had a direct role in smashing the crime empires of Al Capone and Murder Inc. will be buried in Fort Snelling National cemetery today. Harney, one of seven children raised on a family farm in Esko, died Friday in St. Louis Park, Minn., Health Care Center. He was born in Duluth. At the time of his retirement from the U.S. Treasury Department in 1955, he was said to be as powerful in federal law enforcement activities as J. Edgar Hoover, though seldom in the public eye as was the then director of the FBI. Harney at one time had 3000 narcotics officers and Treasury agents under his command. Early in a 35 year career with the Treasury Department's law enforcement division - much of it during the roaring '20s and Prohibition era - he captured a Minnesota bootlegger who killed Harney's brother and fellow agent, James, at a moonshine still deep in the woods near Wright and Tamarack. Later, he was involved in investigations and prosecutions of Capone and racketeer Louis "Lepke" Buchalter, a kingpin in the crime syndicate Murder Inc. Capone was convicted of income-tax evasion and send to prison in 1932; Lepke went to the electric chair in a 1936 murder and drug conspiracy case that began through an informant Harney would identify only as "Zeke". The prosecutor Harney worked with in the Lepke case was Thomas Dewey, who later lost the campaign for president against Harry S. Truman in a stunning upset. Harney's record as an agent in the era of "G-men" and "T-men" made him a nemesis of Midwestern bootlegging in the Prohibition war against the underworld. By the end of World War II, he had risen to assistant commissioner of Treasury Department's Narcotics Bureau and in 1947 was named Chief Coordinator of all Treasury Department enforcement agencies.< /br>Washington newspapers of the 1940's and 50's reported Hardy was called upon by Truman to devise plans for protecting the President. White House aides at that time insisted he was comparable to FBI chief Hoover in determining federal law enforcement policies. After retiring from the federal service at age 60, he headed the Illinois Narcotics Control Division for five years and later coauthored two books still use in police work, "The Informer in Law Enforcement" and "The Narcotics Officers Notebook." Upon hanging up his gun, Hardy said, "I never used it, but I let the hoods know it was handy." He also retained a pride in having been a Treasury agent, saying, "Never underestimate a Treasury agent. They're like the Royal Mounties - they always get their man." Though born in Duluth, he was raised on a family farm in Esko mirrored what are now Harney and Himango roads. He attended school in Cloquet, graduating from high school there, and then attended the University of Minnesota, where he was a fullback on the Golden Gophers football team. He was in the Marines during World War I and for a time was a teacher and football coach at the former Superior East High School before becoming a Treasury agent. His wife, Gladys, died several years ago. Surviving are four brothers, Leo of Cloquet, John of Brainerd, Thomas of Dunkirk, New York, and Martin of Montreal Wisconsin, a sister, Catherine Osbolt of Hot Springs Ark., and several nephews and nieces. The funeral be at noon today in Werness Brothers Funeral Chapel, Minneapolis with Chapel visitation beginning at 11:00 a.m.

Harney, Mary (Healy)

Obit coming soon

Harney, Thomas E

1989 St. Petersburg Times - Thomas Edward Harney, 92, of 880 Patricia Avenue, Dunedin, died Saturday (May 13th, 1989) at Mease Hospital, Dunedin. He was born in Cloquet, Minn., and came here in 1982 from Boca Raton. He was a superintendent of schools in Dunkirk New York. He was a member of Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church, Dunedin, and the New York State Teachers Association. Survivors include a son, Thomas E. Jr. of Lancaster Pa., a daughter, Margaret Pagano, of Clearwater, two brothers, Leo of Hot Springs Ark. and Martin of Montreal Wisconsin, a sister, Catharine Osbolt of Hot Springs Ark., 10 and grandchildren, and nine great-grandchildren.

Harrison, Mary Ann (Joyce)

1989 Unknown Newspaper sent by Katie Harrison Monfils in March 2002.< /br> Mrs. George (Mary Ann Joyce) Harrison, 64, 2492 Heather Dr., Green Bay, died unexpectedly Tuesday evening Sept. 19, 1989 in a local hospital. The former Mary Ann Joyce was born in Askeaton, May 2, 1925 to the late Charles and Winifred (Campbell) Joyce. She married George Harrison in Poplar Bluff, Miss. Nov 14, 1953. Survivors include her husband george; two sons and daughters in law, Guy and Kathy; Dan and Ann all of Green Bay; three daughters and sons-in-law, Mary and John Everson; Ann and Scott DeVillers; Katie and Rod Monfils; all of Green Bay; five grandchildren, Ryan, Michael, Kyle, Matthew and baby Monfils; one brother, Al Joyce, Arcadia, Calif.; one sister-in-law, Ruth Joyce, Covina, Calif., two aunts, Mary VanAbel; Ruth Campbell, both of Green Bay; one uncle, Willard Campbell, Kaukauna. She was preceded in death by her parents and three brothers, Roland, Charles Jr. and Leo. Friends may call at the Ryan Funeral Home after 4 pm Friday. Funeral 10:30 a.m. at St. Willebrords Church, Green Bay with the Rev. Ken DeGroot officiating. Burial in the Fort Howard Cemetery.

Hart, Claire (Ryan)

1984 Milwaukee Journal dated 6/30/1984< /br> Hart, Claire E. nee Ryan. Born to Eternal Life June 28, 1984, aged 80 years. Residence, Shorewood. Beloved wife of Francis J. Hart; Dear mother of Ellen (John) Topp; Brigid Mary Hary B.V.M.; Susan Hart, O.P.; and Michael (Kathleen) Hart; sister of Sr. Hilaire Ryan, O.P. of Dubuque, Iowa; Col. Thomas (Katherine) Ryan of Tuscon, AZ.; Cuthbert (Elaine) Ryan of Toledo, OH.; and Blue (Dr. Edward) Ryan of Mayville, WI. Sister-in-law of Sarah Hart, Agnes Hart and Mrs. Margaret Konopka. Further survived by 7 grandchildren, other relatives and friends.< /br>  

Hart, Francis J

1990 Milwaukee Journal dated 7/12/1990< /br> Francis J. Hart - Phone Executive< /br> Services for Francis J. Hart, a retired vice president and general counsel for the Wisconsin Telephone Co. will be tonight. Hart, who lived in Shorewood, died Tuesday at St. Mary's Nursing Home. He was 91. Born in Glidden, Hart began working in the logging camps around Hayward at age 14. He was head bookkeeper for the lumber co, and was a veteran of World War I. "He was a very dynamic and special man who was a great storyteller" said a daughter, Ellen Topp of Shorewood. Topp said her father liked to tell stories about his childhood. When he was 70, she said, he began to cultivate an interest in oral history. He recorded more than 70 tapes of family history, with social commentary, spanning a century. Hart graduated from Marquette University with a degree in business administration in 1925. He earned a law degree from Marquette in 1927. Shortly after graduation, he became the founder and partner of the Wolfe and Hart law firm. He became general counsel for the Wisconsin Telephone Co. in 1941, and was appointed vice president in 1947. He retired from the Telephone Co after 22 years. He later became executive manager of the Milwaukee Bar Association, retiring from that position in 1975. Hart was a member of the St. Vincent de Paul Society, Knights of Columbus, St. Robert Parish, the Milwaukee Athletic Club and the Ozaukee Country Club. He served on the board of St. Rose Ophanage, St. Mary's Hospital and Rosary College in River Forest, Ill.< /br> He also is survived by a son, Michael T. Hart of Glendale; two other daughters, Bridgid Mary Hart of Denver, Colorado, and Susan Hart of Libertyville, Il.; and two sisters, Agnes Hart of Whitefish Bay, and Margaret Konopka of Milwaukee. Visitation is scheduled for 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday at St. Robert Catholic Church, 224 E. Capital Dr. Shorewood. A funeral Mass will follow at the church. The family suggests contributions to the Dominican Sisters, Sisters of Charity of the Blessed Virgin Mary or St. Robert School Society.

Harter, Percy

1991 Appleton Post Crescent dated 5/23/1991; Percy Harter, of Little Chute, age 71, died at 2:45 a.m. Wednesday, May 22nd, 1991 after a lingering illness. He was born June 11th, 1919 in Manitowoc. He was the former owner of the Percy Brau House in Howard's Grove and prior to his retirement he was in hotel management. He was a member of the VFW in Howard's Grove and had served six and one-half years in the U.S. Army during World War II. Survivors include his wife Amm (Smith) Kernen Harter, of Little Chute, two daughters Mary Ann and Richard Janson, of Grand Junction Colorado, Betty Harter, of Montana, a son Anthony Harter, of Sheboygan, two stepsons, Timothy and Kathy Kerr and, of Chino California, Dennis and Sue Kernen, of Norwalk, California, four grand daughters, two grandson's and a great grandchild. He was preceded in death by a sister, Emma Beitzel. Funeral services will be at 11:00 a.m. Saturday from St. Thomas Moore Catholic Church in Appleton with Reverend Gerald Falk officiating. Internment will be in Holy Cross Cemetery, Kaukauna< /br>  

Hartjes, Mary Magdelena (Romenesko)

1956 Appleton Post Crescent dated 10/10/1956; Mrs. Albert Hartjes, Mrs. Albert Hartjes, 82, Little Chute, died at noon Tuesday after a long illness. She was born January 16th, 1874, in Freedom and lived in Little Chute most of her life. Funeral services will be held at 9:00 Friday morning at the St. John Catholic Church, Little Chute, with burial in the parish cemetery. The rosary will be recited at 8:00 Wednesday and Thursday evenings at the Verkuilen funeral home, Little Chute, where friends may call after 7:00 this evening. Survivors include her husband; two daughters, Mrs. Martin Vandenheuvel, of Little Chute and Mrs. John Johnson, of Kimberly; one brother, will William Romenesko, of Freedom; three sisters, Mrs. Joseph Conrad, of Freedom, Mrs. John Bougie, of West DePere, and Mrs. Matt VanHoof, of Little Chute; 11 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren.

Hartzheim, Bernard (or Benjamin)

1981 Appleton Post Crescent dated 7/3/81; Bernard Hartzheim, "Ben", 87, died Wednesday evening after a lengthy illness. He was born October 31st, 1893 in the town of Harrison. He farmed in the town of Harrison most of his life and worked for Appleton Wire Works. He was a member of St. Pius X Catholic Church, an honorary member of the Holy Name Society, and a member of the AARP. He married the former Winifred Cripps in July of 1938. Survivors include his wife; a sister: Theresa Hartzheim, Kaukauna, nieces and nephews. He is preceded in death by two brothers and two sisters. The complete funeral will be 11:00 a.m. Monday at St. Pius X Catholic Church, with Father Ronald Colombo officiating. Burial will be in St. Mary cemetery, Kaukauna. Friends may call at Valley funeral home from 4 until 9:00 p.m. Sunday and on Monday from 8:30 a.m. until 1030. The Scripture service will be recited Sunday evening at 8:00 p.m.

Hartzheim, Winifred (Cripps)

1986 Appleton Post Crescent, dated 11/24/1986; Mrs. Bernard Hartzheim, Winifred M. Cripps, Riverview Health Care center, formerly of 307 West Marquette St., age 92, died Sunday, November 23rd, 1986, at 5:00 a.m. after a long illness. She was born February 4th, 91894, in Duluth Minn., the daughter of Peter and Ellen Ryan Cripps, and had been in Appleton resident since 1938. She graduated from Kaukauna high-school in 1912, and in 1982 she marked for 70th high-school graduation anniversary, and was given special recognition for being the oldest graduate. She married Bernard Hartzheim, July 9th, 1938. She was a member of St. Pius X Catholic church. Survivors include two nieces: Agnes Bies, of Kaukauna; Evelyn Schneider, of Chilton; five nephews: Jerome, Alfred, and Norbert Schmidt, of Kaukauna; Francis Schmidt, of Brillion; Lawrence Schmidt, of Shawano; and several cousins. She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, in 1981, a brother, Pearson and a sister, Emily. The complete funeral will be Tuesday, November 25th, 1986, at 7:00 p.m. from St. Pius X Catholic Church, with Rev. Donald Ronald Colombo officiating. Internment will be in the St. Mary Cemetery, Kaukauna.

Heaser, Elsie (Romenesko)  (Also Merchlewitz)

1995 Post Bulletin Rochester dated 11/11/1995; Monday funeral for Elsie C. Heaser, A Mass of Christian burial for Elsie C. Heaser, will be 11:00 a.m. Monday at St. Mary Catholic Church in Minnieska, with Rev. Edward McGrath officiating. Burial will be in the St. Mary's Cemetery. Mrs. Heaser, 74, of Weaver, died Thursday, November 9th, 1995, at Lewiston Villa in Lewiston. Elsie Romenesko was born May 11th, 1921, in Weaver. On October 20th, 1938 she married Hubert Merchlewitz of Stockton at St. Mary's Church in Minnieska. He died December 24th, 1951. On February 18th, 1954, she married Aloysius Heaser at St. Mary's Church in Minnieska. He died August 18th, 1981. Mrs. Heaser was a member of the Royal Neighbors of America, St. Ann Society at St. Mary's Catholic Church and served in all of the offices of the society. In addition, she held an office on the Weaver school board and was clerk for the township of Minnieska, completing the term held by her father after his death. She was then elected to that post. She is survived by four sons, David Merchlewitz of Cottage Grove, Harold Merchlewitz of Isante, Minnesota, Lavern Heaser of Inver Grove and Alan Heaser of Minnieska; four daughters, Mary (Mrs. Stan) Rupert of Zumbro Falls, Diane Klapak of South St. Paul, Carlotta (Mrs. Bernie) Weissinger of Bloomer, Wisconsin, and Carol (Mrs. Chris) Milner, of Fridley, 33 grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren, and two sisters, Helen (Mrs. Edward) Lang of Winona and Alice Fairchild of Center City, Minnesota. She was preceded in death by two sons, a daughter, two grandson's, a great-grandson and a brother. Friends May call from 3:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Sunday at Abbott Funeral home in Wabasha where there will be a 4:00 p.m. rosary service and 8:00 p.m. prayer service. Friends may also call one hour before services at the church on Monday.

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Hein, Florence (Cockerill)

1992 Bellevue Leader newspaper dated 4/25/1992; Florence May 9th, Services were held Thursday for Florence Mae Hein of Bellevue. She died Monday at the age of 63. She is survived by her husband, Harold W. of Bellevue; son and daughter in law, Robert and Vicki of Mineola Iowa; a son Martin of Bellevue; a daughter and son-in-law Barbera and Richard Weber of Bellevue; sister, Elizabeth Cockerill of Bellevue; four grandchildren. Services were held at 10:00 a.m. at St. Mary's church. Burial was at Bellevue cemetery. Memorials are suggested for the favorite charity of the donor.

Hein, Harold

1997 Bellevue Leader newspaper dated 5/?/1997; Harold W. Hein. Services will be held friday for Harold W. Hein of Bellevue. He died May 4th at the age of 74. He was a carpenter, an Army veteran of World War I, and a member of the Bellevue Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2280. He was preceded in death by his wife, Florence. He is survived by sons and daughters-in-law, Robb and Vicki of Mineola, Iowa, Marty of Bellevue; daughter and son-in-law, Barbara and Richard Weber of Bellevue; four grandchildren, one brother, five sisters. Services are to be held at St. Mary's Catholic Church of Bellevue. Burial will be in the Bellevue cemetery. Memorials are suggested for the Bellevue Fire and Rescue Squad.

Hein, John

1953 Omaha World Herald dated 5/3/1953; Death Notice; John Hein, age 65 years, 2012 Washington St, Bellevue, Neb. Survived by wife, Martha; two sons, Harold Bellevue and John, Hatley, Wis. 5 daughtes; Sister John Chrysostom, Keshema, Wis, Mary, Chicago, Il; Mrs. Ben Miller, Hatley, Wis; Mrs. R. D. Neitzke and Lois, Bellevue, Neb. Internment Bellevue Cemetery.

Hein, Martha (Powers)

1974 Omaha World Herald dated 10/29/1974; Death Notice; Hein, Martha, age 84, St. Vincent's Home, survived by 5 daughters, Sr. Alice, Kansas City, Mo., Mrs. Ben Miller, Hatley, Wis, Mrs R. Neitzke, Omaha, Mrs. Mary Ragen, Mrs. E. J. Heckmann, both of Bellevue, 2 sons, Harold of Bellevue and John, Milwaukee, Wis, 25 grandchildren, 6 great grandchildren. Internment Bellevue Cemetery.< /br> 

Heindel, Martha (Vandenheuvel)

1995 Appleton Post Crescent dated February 25th, 1995, Mrs. Raymond Heindel, Martha Vandenheuvel, age 72, died Thursday, February 23rd, 1995 at St. Paul Home following a lifelong struggle with diabetes. She was born April 27th, 1922 in Little Chute, the daughter of the late Peter and Margaret (Verhagen) Vandenheuvel. She had a love for singing and was involved in choirs and singing groups. She was a member of Holy Cross Catholic church. She was a loving mother and grandma to two sons and daughters in law: Greg and Kay Heindel, Waupaca; Jeff and Diane Heindel, Kaukauna; two grandchildren: Sam and Hayley Heindel: a sister-in-law, Doris Vandenheuvel, Little Chute; three sisters and two brothers in law: Mildred Hermsen, Little Chute; Jule and Ted Huiting, Little Chute; Mona and Jim Bouressa, Neenah; numerous nieces and nephews and cousins. She was preceded in death by her husband, Raymond; a brother, Richard Vandenheuvel; and a brother in law, Frank Hermsen. The funeral service will be at 5:00 p.m. Monday at Holy Cross Catholic Church, with Father Paul Paider officiating. Burial will be in Holy Cross cemetery.

Heindel, Raymond

1988 Appleton Post Crescent dated 9/16/1988; Raymond M. Heindel, age 72, died unexpectedly Thursday, September 15th, 1988, while fishing. He was born September 2nd, 1916, in Kaukauna, the son of the late Martin and Helen (Onkels) Heindel. Ray was a Kaukauna resident all of his life, and served with the U.S. Army during World War II. He was employed by the Thilmany Pulp and paper Co. for 42 years, retiring in 1979. He was a member of the Holy Cross Catholic Church, and the Quarter Century Club of the Thilmany. Survivors include his wife of 35 years, Martha (Vandenheuvel) Heindel; two sons and two daughters in law: Greg and Kay Heindel, Waupaca; Jeff and Diane Heindel, Kaukauna; a grandson, Sam; and two brothers and sisters in law: Eugene and Lorraine Heindel, Kaukauna; James and Mary Heindel, Beaver Dam. He was preceded in death by a brother. The funeral service will be at 10:00 a.m. Saturday, September 17th, 1988, at Holy Cross Catholic Church, Kaukauna, with Father Jack Mullarkey officiating. Burial will be in the parish cemetery.

Herb, Earl

2005 Green Bay Press Gazette dated 1/8/2005; Beth, Earl J.< /br> Earl J. Beth, 80, lifelong resident of Green Bay, passed away Wednesday, Jan. 5, 2005, with his children by his side at a local nursing home after a battle with pulmonary fibrosis. He was born Nov. 1, 1924, in Green Bay, to the late Edward and Laura (Timmerman) Beth. On July 17, 1954, he married the love of his life, Marguerite J. Powers, at St. Patrick Catholic Church and enjoyed 39 years of marriage prior to her death in 1993. He attended elementary school at St. Peter & Paul School, graduated from East High School, and served in the U.S. Navy during World War II from 1943 to 1946. He attended Badger Business College and UW-Stout, and retired from Geo. M. Hougard Construction in 1985 as Vice President and Corporate Secretary.< /br> Earl had a great love for his family and friends and was admired by everyone who knew him. He enjoyed fishing, golfing, playing cards, exercising at the “Y,” reading, attending church, watching the Packers, bowling, being outdoors and traveling to Colorado and Florida to visit family and friends. He had a great appreciation for nature and spent many years camping at his favorite resort on Caldron Falls, Fisher’s Camp. He was a member of the Knights of Columbus Council #617and a volunteer for St. Vincent DePaul. He was very well known for his beautiful smile, great sense of humor, and warm personality.< /br> Earl is survived by his six children, Mike Beth, Mountain; Mary (Bob) Mathews, Centennial, Colo.; Lori (Bob) Houk, Morrison, Colo.; Patti (Bill) Sherry, La Crosse; Tom (Kathy) Beth, Green Bay; and Shannon (Rich) Dantoin, Howard; three grandchildren, Collin Mathews, BJ and Jimmy Sherry; a sister, Laurilda McComb, Green Bay; a brother-in-law, Eugene Powers; nieces, nephews, cousins, many special friends, and his feline companion of over 18 years, Cara.< /br> Earl was preceded in death by his wife, Marge; his parents, Edward and Laura Beth; sisters and brothers-in-law, Mercedes and Ervin Johnson, Beatrice and Clarence Buzy, Robert McComb; a sister-in-law, Audrey Powers; and father-in-law and mother-in-law, Harold and Helen Powers.< /br> Friends may call at Blaney Funeral Home, 1521 Shawano Ave., from 4 to 8 p.m. Monday. A Parish Wake Service will be conducted at 7:30 p.m. Friends may also call at St. Agnes Catholic Church, 1484 Ninth St., Green Bay, from 10 to 11 a.m. Tuesday. The Mass of the Christian Burial will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday at the church with Rev. Richard Getchel officiating. Burial will be in the Allouez Catholic Cemetery.< /br> We would like to thank all of our family, friends and neighbors for their love and support during our father’s illness. Thank you also to the wonderful staff at St. Mary’s Hospital and ManorCare for their sincere care and concern these past weeks. Special thanks to Drs. Sandmire, Fergus and Bittorf for their expertise over the years.< /br> Although Earl will be sadly missed, he left an everlasting impression on us all. During his last days, when told how much he was admired and had touched the lives of so many, he humbly replied “I just tried to always be friendly.”< /br> < /br>  

Herb, Marguerite (Powers)

Hermans, John J "Jack" Sr

1999 Appleton Post Crescent; John (Jack) J. Hermans, Sr. 2413 N. Locust, Appleton. Age 65, passed away Saturday, April 10, 1999 at home with his family at his side. He was born August 7, 1933 in Kaukauna, the son of the late William and Christine (Verkuilen) Hermans. Jack enjoyed hunting and playing bingo with his friends. He graduated from Kaukauna High School in 1951. He was a Korean War veteran, serving in the U.S. Navy. Jack held many jobs, including his duties as an Appleton Police officer for eight years, a Grand Chute Police officer for three years; he worked for United Foods for 19 years and Smiths Security for five years. Jack is survived by his wife of 42 years, Germaine (Kempen) Hermans; his children: Tim Hermans, Laurie Filen, Susan (Frank) Elmore, Michael Hermans, John Jr. (Jenny) Hermans, Jayne (Dan) Flenz, Joe (Marcie) Hermans and Jeff Hermans; 17 grandchildren, a sister, Marion (Tom) West; a brother, Jim (Jeannine) Roiger. Jack was preceded in death by his parents and a daughter, Mary. The funeral services will be 11 a.m. Tuesday, April 13, 1999 at the Fargo Funeral Home 400 W. Wisconsin Ave. Kaukanua 766-6200 with the Father Bill Barta officiating. Burial will be in Holy Cross Cemetery, Kaukauna. Friends may call directly at the funeral home on Tuesday from 10 a.m. until the time of services. WILL I SEE YOU AGAIN? There's a feeling stuck inside me about a leader of life's band, you're the one who showed me how to play And whispered, "Yes you can," You taught me life and living love, your wisdom was my friend, Will I see you again? There's a memory making motion about a beacon burning bright, you're the one who turned my troubled times from darkness into light. Your guiding ray unveiled the way, you counseled till the end - Will I see you again? You always cautioned at the door, "Remember who you are." 'Cause I guess you saw in me what I could be. I needed you to need me, and you stretched a helping hand, unselfishly, so tenderly, left footprints in my sand. You let me understand. There's a notion nestled in me about the rules of the Master Man. Even though you lost the battle here, you won the war in his plan. I'll miss you hugs and eyes that grin; but we'll meet once more, so long till then, When I see you again. Yes, I'm going to see you again.

Hermsen, Mildred (Vandenheuvel)

2002 Appleton Post Crescent dated 11/13/2002< /br> Hermsen, Mildred nee Vanden Heuvel Little Chute< /br> Age 81, passed away Monday, November 11, 2002, surrounded by her family at St. Paul Home. Milly was born March 8, 1921 in Little Chute; daughter of the late Peter A. and Margaret (Verhagen) Vanden Heuvel. Milly married Frank Hermsen Jr., December 9, 1942 at St. John Nepomucene Catholic Church, Little Chute, where she was a lifelong member. He preceded her in death August 10, 1967. Milly was a member and past president of the American Legion Auxiliary. She was also a member of the St. Elizabeth Society. Milly loved playing golf, cards, traveling and music. Her greatest joy was her grandchildren and great-grandchildren.< /br> Mildred is survived by her four daughters: Mary Ann (John) Fiers, Carol (Larry) Van Lankvelt, Linda (Joe) Hank, all of Little Chute; Pam (Terry) Westphal, Bonduel; 11 grandchildren: Brad (Katrina) Schuler; Stephanie (Patrick) Terry; Amanda (Patrick) Haley; Sherry (Tim) Bevers; Amy (Rick) Popp; Aaron, Jon (Traci) and Jeremy Hank; Dana, Sandy and Ann Westphal; nine great-grandchildren: Eric, Nate, Cassie, Rachael, Abby, Ryan, Miles, Emma and Josie; two sisters: Jule (Ted) Huiting and Mona (Jim) Bouressa; two sisters-in-law: Doris (Dick) Vanden Heuvel and Pat (Jack) Hermsen; many nieces and nephews. Milly was preceded in death by a brother, Dick Vanden Heuvel; a sister, Martha Heindel; father-in-law and mother-in-law, Frank and Katherine Hermsen; three brothers-in-law: Jack and Jim Hermsen, Ray Heindel; and a sister-in-law, Barbara Beyer.< /br> Memorial services will be held at 6 p.m. Thursday, November 14, 2002 at St. John Nepomucene Catholic Church, Little Chute with Rev. Msgr. James Vanden Hogen officiating. Interment will be in St. John Cemetery. Friends may call at the church from 4 p.m. Thursday until the time of the mass.< /br> In lieu of flowers, a memorial fund has been established for St. Paul Home and the American Diabetes Association. The family would like to express their thanks to the staff at St. Paul villa and Home for their care and compassion shown to our mother.< /br> Mom you have shown us strength and faith by example through your life. We thank God for the years we have had with you and we look forward to the day that we see your shining blue eyes and smile again. All of our love goes with you as you go home and rest in peace.< /br> Love, your children< /br> VERKUILEN FUNERAL HOME 101 Canal Street Little Chute 788-3321

Hietpas, Arthur P.

2003 Appleton Post Crescent dated 2/4/2003; Hietpas, Arthur P. Little Chute< /br> Age 84, died Monday, February 3, 2003, at St. Elizabeth Hospital, with his family at his side. He was born December 26, 1918 in Appleton; son of the late William P. and Margaret (Verhagen) Hietpas. Arthur married Irene M. Timmers, February 5, 1946 at St. Therese Catholic Church, Appleton. He served his country in the U.S. Army for 4 years spending 2 of the years in the CBI Theatre (China, Burma and India) in Calcutta, India during World War II. Arthur was a member of the American Legion Jacob Coppus Post #258, Little Chute and a charter member of the World War II Memorial. He was a graduate of St. John Catholic School and a member of St. John Nepomucene Catholic Church, Little Chute. Arthur was a prominent building contractor in the Fox Valley area for nearly 30 years. After retirement he spent many years traveling in their motor home, attending army reunions and visiting friends and relatives across the U.S. He enjoyed playing cards, doing yard work, fishing and spending time with his family, especially his grandchildren.< /br> Arthur is survived by his wife, Irene; two daughters: Susan (Ceylon) King, Menasha; Jean (Scott) Hietpas-Ohrstrom, Mill Valley, California; five sons: Charles (Ellen) Hietpas, Little Chute; Kenneth Hietpas, Kaukauna; Jeffrey Hietpas, Appleton; Gregory (Demi) Hietpas, Dunedin, Florida; Todd (Pattie) Hietpas, Combined Locks; 15 grandchildren: Jennifer (John) Elrick; Sara (Carl) Peluso; Patrick, Erin, Stephanie, Josh, Fletcher, Tyler, Austin and Evan Hietpas; Carie and Zakk King; Katie (Michael) Falk; Ashley Weser; Morgan Ohrstrom; four great-grandchildren: Brandon, Alyssa, Claire and Xavier; four brothers: Paul, Owen (Irene), Mark (Gladys) and Dennis Hietpas; two sisters: Margie Hietpas and Betty VanderSanden; two sisters-in-law: Betsy and Rita Timmers; a brother-in-law, William Mattern and special friend Sandra. William was preceded in death by a brother, William (Yvonne) Hietpas; three sisters: Shirley Mattern, Patricia (Henry) Tatro, Bernice (Ted) Larson; brothers-in-law: Casey VanderSanden; Norbert, Jerome and Robert Timmers; sisters-in-law: Ethel and Ruth Hietpas; Mildred (Florian) Smith and Lucille Timmers.< /br> Funeral services will be held at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, February 5, 2003 at St. John Nepomucene Catholic Church, Little Chute with Rev. Msgr. James Vanden Hogen officiating, followed by full military honors by the American Legion Jacob Coppus Post. Interment will be in St. John Cemetery. Friends may call at the church from 2:30 p.m. Wednesday until the time of the mass. In lieu of flowers, a memorial is being established.< /br> VERKUILEN FUNERAL HOME101 Canal StreetLittle Chute 788-3321

Hietpas, Bernard J

1984 Appleton Post Crescent dated 7/17/1984; Bernard J. Hietpas "Barney", age 84, died Monday evening at Appleton Medical Center after a lengthy illness. He was born October 29th, 1899, in Little Chute. He started a service station and fuel oil home delivery service in 1929; he also operated at Tavern known as the Modern Bar in Kaukauna for many years; he then started Hietpas Motors, in 1946, selling Plymouth and DeSoto cars, he retired in 1969. He was a member of Holy Cross Catholic Church, Kaukauna, a fourth degree Knights of Columbus, and the Holy Name society. Survivors include three daughters: LaVerne and Anton, (Red) Schumann, of Fruitland Park Fla.; Gladys and Martin Jelenc, of Bradington Fla.; Mary and Dan Bork, of Kaukauna; a foster daughter, Lorna and Glenn Jost, of Norwalk California; four sons and three daughters in law: Gerald and Julia, of Fruitand Park Florida; Vincent, of New York, New York, Donald and Betty, of Kaukauna; Marvin and Eleanor, of Kaukauna; a sister in law: Mrs. Margaret Hietpas Pennings, of Little Chute; 26 grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, his wife, Mathilda in 1975, a sister and a brother. The funeral will be at 10:30 a.m. Thursday at Holy Cross Catholic Church, with Reverend Mike Hoffmann officiating. Internment will be in St. John's cemetery, Little Chute.

Hietpas, Donald

2003 Appleton Post Crescent dated 5/30/2003; Hietpas, Donald H., Formerly of Kaukauna, Eagle River< /br> Age 73, died Thursday May 29, 2003. Don was born on October 3, 1929 to the late Bernard J. and Mathilda (Romenesko) Hietpas in Little Chute. He married the former Betty A. DeJong on August 19, 1953 at St. Nicholas Catholic Church in Freedom. Don served in the U.S. Army until his honorable discharge in 1951. He owned and operated Hietpas Motors Chrysler/Plymouth Dealership in Kaukauna. He enjoyed fishing, hunting, golf and cards as well as his retirement in the Northwoods. Don and Betty were planning and looking forward to their 50th Wedding Anniversary celebration in August.< /br> The funeral service will be 11 a.m. on Monday June 2, 2003 at HOLY CROSS CATHOLIC CHURCH, 309 Desnoyer Street, Kaukauna with Fr. Jack Mullarky officiating. Friends will be received on Monday at Church from 9 a.m. until the time of service. Full Military Burial Rites will be preformed following services. Burial will take place at Holy Cross Cemetery. A memorial is being established in Don’s name. The Boettcher Family Funeral Home is assisting the family. 766-2099. A Full obituary will appear in Sunday’s Edition of the Post Crescent.< /br> < /br> 2003 Appleton Post Crescent dated 6/1/2003; Hietpas, Donald H., Formerly of Kaukauna, Eagle River< /br> Age 73, died Thursday May 29, 2003. Don was born on October 3, 1929 to the late Bernard J. and Mathilda (Romenesko) Hietpas in Little Chute. He married the former Betty A. DeJong on August 19, 1953 at St. Nicholas Catholic Church in Freedom. Don served in the U.S. Army until his honorable discharge in 1951. He owned and operated Hietpas Motors Chrysler/Plymouth Dealership in Kaukauna. He enjoyed fishing, hunting, golf and cards as well as his retirement in the Northwoods. Don and Betty were planning and looking forward to their 50th Wedding Anniversary celebration in August.< /br> He is survived by his wife, Betty Hietpas of Eagle River; his five children, Mary Kay (Joe) Van Handel of Freedom, Diane (special friend, Marty Thomson) Verhagen of West De Pere, Barbara (Chuck) Ditter of Waukesha, Michael Hietpas of Freedom and Bernie (Kara) Hietpas of Kaukauna; twelve grandchildren, Eric, Kim, Emily, Joey, Leah (Sean) Carpen, Amy, Tim, Jenny, Brooke, Christopher, Allie and Ben; one great granddaughter, Ingrid; three sisters, Laverne (Cliff) Weyers of Kaukauna, Gladys Jelenc of FL, Mary (Dan) Bork of Appleton; one brother Marv (Ellie) Hietpas of Kaukauna; one brother in law, Frank (Joyce) DeJong; three sisters in law, Rose (Ken) Romenesko, Ardene (Ed) Welhouse and Julia Hietpas. Many friends, relatives and cousins will also miss him.< /br> He was preceded in death by his parents, two brothers, Jerry and Vince Hietpas, four brothers in law, Marty Jelenc, Corneal DeJong, Red Schumann and Roland Geurts and one nephew, Bobby Romenesko.< /br> The funeral service will be 11:00 a.m. on Monday June 2, 2003 at HOLY CROSS CATHOLIC CHURCH, 309 Desnoyer Street, Kaukauna with Fr. Jack Mullarky officiating. Friends will be received on Monday at Church from 9:00 a.m. until the time of service. Full Military Burial Rites will be preformed following services. Burial will take place at Holy Cross Cemetery. A memorial is being established in Don’s name. The Boettcher Family Funeral Home is assisting the family. 766-2099.< /br>  

Hietpas, Ethel (Thyssen)

1997 Appleton Post Crescent dated 8/7/1997; Mrs. Paul Hietpas, Ethel E., 10702 W. Rost Lake Rd. Coleman; Age 78, died unexpectedly Wednesday, August 6th, 1997 at home. The former Ethel Elizabeth Thyssen was born in February 24th, 1919 in Grand Chute, daughter of the late Walter and Mary Hendricks Thyssen. She was married to Paul A. Hietpas on February 14th, 1942 at St. John Catholic Church in Little Chute. Ethel was a sewing instructor for the village of Little Chute for many years and was employed at Bee Frank's shop as a seamstress for about 30 years. Mr. and Mrs. Hietpas resided at 120 Lincoln Ave, Little Chute before moving to Rost Lake in 1982. Ethel was a member of the Choir of SS. Francis and Wenceslaus Catholic Church, Klondike, where she was a very active member. She also was a member of the St. John Catholic Church, Little Chute, where she was very active in church affairs. She is survived by her husband, Paul Hietpas, twin daughters Jacqueline (Lotus) Conrad, of Rochester Minnesota; and Janet and Donald Schultz, of Chilton; seven grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; a brother, Martin and Lillian Thyssen of Neenah; two brothers in law: John Linskins, of Appleton and; Lester Plutz, of Appleton; two sisters in law: Anita Thyssen and Harriet Thyssen, both of Appleton; and many nieces and nephews. Friends May call at SS. Francis and Wenceslaus Catholic Church, Klondike, from 9 until 11 a.m. Saturday. Mass of Christian burial will be held at 11:00 a.m. Saturday August 9, 1997 at the church with Father John Hephner and Father Michael Clifford officiating. Internment will be in the St. John Catholic cemetery in Little chute.< /br>  

Hietpas, Margaret (Verhagen)

See Pennings, Margaret (Verhagen) (also Hietpas)

 

 

Hietpas, Mathilda (Romenesko)

< /br> 1975 Appleton Post Crescent dated 7/30/1975< /br> Mrs. Bernard J. Hietpas, Mathilda A. Romenesko, 1010 Riverside Dr., Kaukauna, Age 74, passed away Wednesday morning after a lingering illness. She was born July 26, 1901 in Freedom and moved to Kaukauna in 1929. Her husband, Bernard (Barney) is president of Hietpas Motors Incorporated of Kaukauna. Mrs. Hietpas was a member of Holy Cross Catholic Church and the Altar Society. She was also a member of the American Legion Auxiliary Unit 41. Survivors include her husband, Bernard J., three daughters, Mrs. Antone (Laverne) Schumann of Kaukauna, Mrs. Martin (Gladys) Jelenc of Madison, and Mrs. Dan (Mary) Bork of Kaukauna; a foster daughter, Mrs. Glenn (Lorna) Jost of Norwalk, CA.,; four sons: Gerald of Lakeland Florida, Vincent of New York, New York; Donald and Marvin of Kaukauna; Three brothers, John Romenesko of Green Bay, Clem Romenesko of Appleton, and Walter Romenesko of Shawano; three sisters, Mrs. Henry Vandynhoven, Mrs. Harry Vandersteen, and Mrs. John Vandynhoven all of Kaukauna; and 26 grandchildren. The funeral will be Friday at 10 am at Holy Cross Catholic Church in Kaukauna with the Rev. Roy Crain officiating. Internment will be in St. John Cemetery in Little Chute.

 

 

 

 

 

Hietpas, Roger

 

2004 Appleton Post Crescent dated 10/16/2004; Hietpas, Roger W.< /br> Roger W. Hietpas, age 75, passed away Friday, October 15, 2004 at Brewster Village surrounded by his family. He was born May 25, 1929 in the Town of Vandenbroek, son of Cornelius and Anna (Conrad) Hietpas. Roger married Pat Opsteen, February 7, 1952, and she preceded him in death March 29, 1988. He was employed at Appleton Papers for 42 years and 3 months before his retirement.< /br> Mr. Hietpas was a member of St. Paul Catholic Church, Combined Locks, and also a member of the Quarter Century Club, Odd Fellows and Rainbows. Roger enjoyed spending time with his grandchildren, fishing, bowling, traveling and cars.< /br> He is survived by his children: Daniel (Joan) Hietpas, Black Creek; David Hietpas, La Crosse and special friend Cheryl Cicero; Lori (Charles) Havinga, Kaukauna; Luann (Jack) Hankemeier, Fremont; grandchildren: Jill and Michael Havinga, Amy Hankemeier; brothers and sisters-in-law: Paul, Ken (Irene), Eugene, Merlin (Rose), Omar (Shirley) Hietpas; sisters and brothers-in-law: Irene Roofers, Sister Germaine Hietpas, Lois (Clayton) Liebergen, Alice (Leo) Nackers, Pete VanDeraa; brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law: Edward (Rosie) and Nancy (Bernie) Schuh, Leonard (Ellen) and Donald (Linda) Opsteen; special friend, Mary Feistel; and also many nieces and nephews.< /br> Roger was preceded in death by his wife Pat; parents, Cornelius and Anna Hietpas; brother Vernon; sister Elaine VanDeraa; mother and father-in-law, Susan (Leonard) Opsteen; brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law: Norbert Roofers, Margaret Hietpas and Sue Hietpas.< /br> Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Monday, October 18, 2004 at St. Paul Catholic Church in Combined Locks with Rev. James Lucas officiating. Friends may call at Verkuilen Funeral Home from 4 to 7 p.m. Sunday with a prayer service to be held at 7 p.m. and at the church from 10 a.m. Monday until the time of mass. In lieu of flowers, a memorial is being established for the American Diabetes Association and Alzheimer’s research.< /br> Roger’s family wishes to thank Brewster Village and staff for their exceptional and loving care.< /br> Not taken from us, but high above us, swept away on angels wings, to a special place in Heaven held just for him.< /br> VERKUILEN FUNERAL HOME101 Canal Street< /br>  

Hietpas, Ruth (Gussert)

1991 Appleton Post Crescent February 7th, 1991, Mrs. Mark G. Hietpas, Ruth M. Gussert, age 54, and died 830 P M Wednesday, following a battle with cancer. She was born April 22nd, 1936 in Wrightstown. She was a member of the St. John Catholic Church and had been a Little Chute resident for 34 years, since her marriage to Mark on April 24th, 1956. Survivors include her husband, Mark; two sons and a daughter in law: Philip and Lea Hietpas, Kaukauna; Kevin Hietpas, at home; five daughters and sons in law: Barbara and Jerry Meulemans, Kaukauna; Karen and Mike Schwabenlander; Kelly and Andy Hietpas, Red Wing, Minnesota; Sandra and Mark Diedrich, Hortonville; Sally and Rick Stoeger, Little Chute; two brothers and sisters in law, Connie and Donna Gussert, Guthrie Okla.; Lloyd and Mary Gussert, Wrightstown; 12 grandchildren: Liberty, Brody, Kyle, Nicole, Jonathan Hietpas, Eric, Lucas Vanlankvelt, Corrie, Troy, Dana Schwabenlender, Michael and Emily Diedrich; her mother in law, Margaret Penning's, Kaukauna; four brothers in law: Arts and Irene Hietpas, Appleton; Paul and Ethel Hietpas, Coleman; Owen and Irene Hietpas, Leesburg Florida; a very special brother in law Dennis Hietpas, Kaukauna; three sisters in law: Pat Tatro, Kaukauna; Margie Hietpas, Kaukauna; Betty and Casey VanderSanden, Little Chute. She was preceded in death by her parents: Leo and Agnes Gussert, two sisters in law: Bernice Larson and Shirley Mattern; a brother in law Bill Hietpas; a son in law, John Vanlankvelt, father in law, William Hietpas. Funeral services will be 7:00 p.m. Friday from St. John Catholic Church with the Reverend Monsignor James Vandenhogen officiating. Internment will be in the parish cemetery. The golden heart stopped beating, hard-working hands to rest, God it broke our hearts to prove he only takes the best. A million times we thought of you, a million times we've cried, If Love alone could have saved you, you never would have died. In life we love you dearly, in death we love you still, in our hearts you hold a special place no one else can never fill. It broke our hearts to lose you, but Ruth you didn't go alone, for most of us what with you that day God took you home. God took from us a very special person.

Hietpas, Susan (Jury)

2001 Appleton Post Crescent dated 12/11/2001; Hietpas, Susan A.; Little Chute< /br> Age 61, died peacefully Monday morning, December 10, 2001 with her family at her side. She was born October 28, 1940 daughter of Martin and Adeline (Wettstein) Jury. Susan married Eugene Hietpas on June 6, 1959. Susan is the mother of three and grandmother of nine. She was employed at Oneida Bingo and Casino and a member of St. John Catholic Church, Little Chute. Susan is survived by her husband of 42 years, Eugene; three children: Andrew (Kelly) Hietpas and their children: Jonathon, Ashley and Aaron; Edward (Donna) Hietpas and their children: Peter, Peggy and Perry; Jane (Greg) VanderPas and their children: Christopher, Frances and Brooke, all from Little Chute; two brothers and two sisters: Bonnie (Robert) Benson, Antioch, Tennessee; Mary Jury, Appleton; Timothy (Janet) Jury, Little Chute; Daniel (Judy) Jury, Milwaukee; brothers and sisters-in-law: Paul Hietpas, Greenville; Roger Hietpas, Appleton; Irene Roffers, Brillion; Omar (Shirley) Hietpas, Appleton; Alice (Leo) Nackers, Seymour; Lois (Clayton) Liebergen, Greenleaf; Sister Germaine Hietpas, Racine; Ken (Irene) Hietpas, Yuma, Arizona; Merlin (Rosie) Hietpas, Kimberly; numerous nieces, nephews and friends. She was preceded in death by her parents, a sister, Nona and her husband, Joe Kappell; a brother, Patrick Jury; father-in-law and mother-in-law: Cornelius and Anna Hietpas; sisters-in-law: Elaine Van Dera, Margaret Hietpas, Pat Hietpas; a brother-in-law, Norbert Roffers. Funeral services will be 12 noon Thursday, December 13, 2001 at St. John Catholic Church, Little Chute with Rev. Msgr. James Vanden Hogan officiating. Interment will be in St. John Cemetery. Friends may call at the church from 9 a.m. Thursday until the time of the mass. In lieu of flowers, a memorial has been established.< /br> Susan was a wonderful wife, mother and grandmother. We thank her for all she brought to our lives, and ask her to look over us. We will miss her greatly.< /br> VERKUILEN FUNERAL HOME 101 Canal Street Little Chute 788-3321

Hietpas, Vincent

1985 Appleton Post Crescent dated 1/4/1986; Vincent Hietpas, formerly of Kaukauna, age 58, died Monday, December 30th, 1985, after a short bout with cancer. The son of the late Bernard and Mathilda Hietpas. Survivors include three brothers and sisters in law; Gerald and Julia Hietpas of Florida Don and Betty Hietpas of Kaukauna; Martin and Eleanor Hietpas of Kaukauna; three sisters and brothers in law: Laverne and Red Schumann, Florida; Gladys and Martin Jelenc, of Florida; Mary and Dan Bork, of Kaukauna; a foster sister, Mrs. Glenn (Lorna) Yost, of California. Services were held in Florida.

Hietpas, William H

1988 Appleton Post Crescent dated 4/1/1988; William H. Hietpas, Little Chute, age 61, died unexpectedly Wednesday, March 30th, 1988. He was born October 12th, 1926 in Marshfield. He was co owner and operator of the Old Time Inn. He was a member of the American Legion Post 258. Survivors include his wife, Yvonne (Verstegen) Hietpas; his mother, Margaret Penning's, Kaukauna; three daughters: Pamela Grinbergs, Pennsyvania.; Patty and Brenda Hietpas, both of Little Chute; six sons: Richard, William, Timothy, Kurt Hietpas, all of Little Chute to; Rodney Hietpas, Kaukauna; Keith Hietpas, Menominee Falls; five brothers: Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hietpas, Kaukauna; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hietpas, Coleman Wisconsin; Mr. and Mrs. Owen Hietpas, Fla.; Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hietpas, Little Chute; Dennis Hietpas, Kaukauna; four sisters; Patricia Tatro; Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Vandersanden, Little Chute; Mr. and Mrs. William Mattern, Menasha; Margaret Hietpas, Kaukauna; 12 grandchildren. Funeral services will be at 10:00 a.m. Monday from St. John Catholic Church, with Reverend Monsignor James and Vandenhogen officiating. Internment will be in the parish cemetery. Military rights will immediately follow the funeral mass.

Hietpas, William P

1955 Appleton Post Crescent dated 7/22/1955; William Hietpas, succumbs at 57, William P. Hietpas, 57, former member of the county board and chairman of the town of Vandenbroek for many years, died at 540 Thursday night in Kaukauna after a 10 day illness. His farm is on Route 4 Appleton. Owner and operator of the Modern Shoe store in Kaukauna for the last 26 years, he began his career in a shoe store in Appleton. Before his Kaukauna business He operated stores in both Marshfield and Oshkosh. He was elected to the County Board from the town of VandenBroek in 1945 and served as a member for 10 years. During that period he served on three major committees, the county sanitorium, purchasing and health committees. Hietpas was born April 17th, 1898, in the Little Chute area. Funeral services will be held at 9:00 Monday morning at St. John Catholic Church Little Chute, with burial in the parish cemetery. Survivors include his wife, Margaret, five daughters Mrs. Henry Tatro of Kaukauna, Mrs. Ted Larson of Combined Locks, Mrs. Casey VanderZanden of Little Chute, Mrs. William Mattern of Menasha, and Miss Margaret Ann Hietpas at home.

Hietpas, Yvonne (Verstegen)

1999 Appleton Post Crescent dated 7/8/1999; Yvonne E. Hietpas, "Pinky", 77 Dutch Harbor Estates, Little Chute. age 69, passed away at 6:00 a.m. on July 7th, 1999, at home, of natural causes. Yvonne was born November 27th, 1929, daughter of the late Otto and Min (Vandenberg) Verstegen, in Little Chute. She was also raised in Little Chute where she was employed at Rayovac in Appleton until retirement in 1992. Yvonne was a loving mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. She will be greatly missed by all. Survivors include daughters, Pam (Juris) Grinbergs, Little Chute; Patti (Art) Dworak, Green Bay; Brenda (Mike) VanAsten, Little Chute; and Vicki Hietpas daughter in law, Combined Locks; sons, Rick (Julie) Hietpas, Appleton; Rod (Nancy) Hietpas, Kaukauna; Tim (Barb) Hietpas, Little Chute; Keith (Kelly) Hietpas, Menominee Falls; and Kirk (Lynn) Hietpas, Chilton; brothers, Roger (Eunice) Verstegen, Oshkosh; Robert (Terri) Verstegen, Kimberly, and Herald Mischler, brother in law, Cecil; sisters, Jean (Henry) Grosek, Appleton; Ione French, DePere; 20 grandchildren. Seven-step grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren. Yvonne was preceded in death by her son, William P. Hietpas; husband, William H. Hietpas; her daughter Kay E. Hietpas, her sister, Beverly Mischler, and her brother in law, Dean French. The funeral services will be held at Saturday July 10th, 1999, at 11:00 a.m. with visitation from 930 until 11:00 a.m. at St. John's Church in Little Chute, with burial in St. John's cemetery, Little Chute.

Hoffman, Wayne

The Register-Guard, Eugene, Oregon, May 6, 1998 ; WAYNE HOFFMAN< /br> The funeral will be held May 8 for Wayne Ellsworth Hoffman of Eugene, who died May 3 of cancer. He was 68. Hoffman was born Feb. 10, 1930, in Portland to Ellsworth and Sadie Hoffman. He moved to Eugene in 1940. After graduating from high school, he served in the army.< /br> Hoffman and his wife, Darlene, were married in Ellensburg, Wash., on June 3, 1954. A backhoe operator, Hoffman owned Hoffman's Custom Digging. His interests included fishing, deer and elk hunting, gardening and playing cards. He was a member of the Eugene Eagles.< /br> Survivors include his wife; a son Darrell of Eugene, and two half brothers, Gary Irvin of Eugene and Dale Irvin of Cottage Grove. Visitation will be held from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday and from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Friday at Musgrove Family Mortuary in Eugene. Friday's funeral is at 1 p.m. at River Road Church of Christ in Eugene. A graveside service will be at 3 p.m. at Rest-Haven Memorial Park in Eugene. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society.

Holm, Robert W

1985 Kenosha News dated 11/17/1985< /br> Robert W. Holm - 67. 1908 27th St., died Friday (Nov. 15, 1985) at his home. The son of the late Wally and Selma (Lindquist) Holm, he was born on July 10, 1918 in Waukegan, Ill. He came to Kenosha as a young boy and attended school here, graduating from Kenosha High school. On May 1, 1943, in St. Thomas Aquinas catholic church, he married Rita Flynn. A former machinist at Macwhyte Wire Rope Co. for 44 years, he retired in 1980. He was a member of the St. Casimir Catholic church, UAW Local 960 Retirees, Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie 1055 and Macwhyte's 25-Year club.< /br> Surviving are his wife; four sons, Robert L., Missoula, Mont., and Roger W., Kenneth D., and Donald E., all of Kenosha; three daughters, Mrs. Bruce (Carol) Ladewig, Appleton, Mrs. Jeff (Patricia) Sweet, La Grande, Ore., and Rita D. Holm, Kenosha; a brother, Richard, Lorton, VA., and 14 grandchildren. He was preceded in death by two grandchildren. The Lendman-Mischler Funeral home is in charge of arrangements.

Holm, Robert L

Hooyman, Dora (Verhagen)

1958 Appleton Post Crescent dated 5/5/1958; Mrs. Dora Hooyman, age 63, who lived at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Albert Huisman, 906 West Oklahoma St., died at 3:45 this morning after a long illness. She was born May 2nd, 1895 in Freedom and lived in Appleton and the last 17 years. Funeral services will be at 9:00 Wednesday morning at St. Theresa's Catholic Church, with burial in St. Joseph cemetery. The rosary will be recited 830 Tuesday evening at the BrettSchneider funeral home where friends may call after 7:00 tonight. Survivors include four daughters, Mrs. Huisman, Mrs. Clarence VanHueklon and Mrs. Victor Baumann Jr., all of Appleton, and Mrs. Otto Coenen, of Little Chute; four sons, Harold, Cleo, Kimberly, Robert, Darboy, and Joseph, Stevensville; four brothers, Louis Verhagen, Route 1 Appleton, Nicholas Verhagen, Neenah, Walter and Peter Verhagen, both of Little Chute; three sisters, Mrs. Mary DeCoster, of Combined Locks, Mrs. Peter Vandenheuvel, of Little Chute, and Mrs. Anton Oudenhoven, Kimberly and 32 grandchildren.

Hooyman, Harold R

1976 Appleton Post Crescent dated February 5th, 1976, Harold R. Hooyman, age 59, died at 11:10 a.m. Wednesday after a long illness. He was born July 12th, 1916 in Little Chute and had lived in the Appleton area all of his life. Survivors include three brothers: Leo, of Kimberly; Robert, and Joseph, both of Route 4 Appleton; four sisters: Mrs. Otto (Marie) Coenen, of Little Chute; Mrs. Harvey (Evelyn) Mahn, of Kimberly; Mrs. Clarence (Della) Vanheuklon:, and Mrs. Victor (Delores) Baumann Jr., both of Appleton and. The complete funeral will be at 11:00 a.m. Friday at St. Theresa's Catholic Church with the Reverend D. Ryan officiating. Internment will be in St. Joseph Cemetery.

Hooyman, Joseph J

1956 Appleton Post Crescent dated 3/19/1956; Joseph J. Hooyman, Sr., 65, 2940 N, Oneida St., died unexpectedly at 7:15 Sunday evening. He was born June 13, 1890 in the town of Freedom and was a farmer there until he moved to Appleton 15 years ago. Funeral services will be at 9 o'clock Wednesday at St. Therese Catholic Church with burial in the St. Joseph Cemetery. Survivors include his wife, four daughters, Mrs. Otto Coenen, Little Chute, Mrs. Albert Huisman, Mrs Clarence VanHeuklon, and Mrs. Victor Baumann, all of Appleton, four sons, Leo of Kimberly, Robert of Darboy, Harold and Joseph both at home. One brother Arnold of Freedom, two sisters, Mrs. John Weyenberg, Freedom and Mrs Henry Langenberg, Milwaukee, 27 grandchildren.

Hopfensperger, Edgar

1993 Appleton Post Crescent dated 9/2/93, Edgar H. Hopfensperger, age 68, died Wednesday morning at his home. He was born August 21st, 1925 in Kimberly, the son of the late Matthew and Valeska (Stommel) Hopfensperger. He married Irene Dorsey on July 12th, 1946 in Appleton. Edgar was employed with American Can Corp. and retired to Winneconne in 1990. He was a member of St. Mary Catholic Church, Winneconne. He is survived by his wife, Irene, of Winneconne, a son, Stephen Hopfensperger, of Cerus Calif., three daughters and two sons in law, Patricia Engelmann of Santa Rosa California Jesse and Tim Gill, of Tyler Texas, and Diane and Chuck Stewart, of Modesto Calif., four brothers, Craig, of Wrightstown, Carl, of Indiana, Elwood, of Appleton and Jim of Black Creek, seven sisters, Eugenia Hoffman, of Appleton, Ernesta Wysocki, of Milwaukee, Geneva Hanges, of Appleton, Charlotte, Guckenberg, of Appleton; Donna Bouressa, of Green Bay, Ranetta Voight, of Neenah, and Sharon Hopfensperger, of Menasha, eight grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Sunday at 1:00 p.m. at the Mueller funeral Home in Winneconne with Rev. Leroy Smet officiating. Burial will be in the Lakewood Memorial Park, Hughson California. Friends may call at the numerous Mueller funeral home on Sunday from 12 noon until the time of services. Irene would especially like to thank the visiting nurse Association of Mercy Medical Center, Oshkosh and Dr. Donald H. McDonald and his office staff of Winneconne for all their kindness and consideration shown to Edgar over this past year. < /br> 

Horejs, Dennis

The Register-Guard, Eugene, Oregon,, March 12, 1993; DENNIS HOREJS Business Owner< /br> The funeral will be Saturday for Dennis D. Horejs of Eugene, who died of liver failure Monday at age 53. Horejs was born March 30, 1939, in Lemmon, S.D. He married Pat Smith in Reno, Nev. on Dec. 28, 1967. He served in the U.S. Navy during the Korean War. He was the owner and operator of Equipment Mobile Service in Eugene. In addition to his wife, surivors include a brother, Bill of Tucson, Ariz., and a sister, Betty Reznicek of Rapid City, S.D. Saturday's service is at 2 p.m. at Musgrove Family Mortuary, Eugene. Burial will be in Spearfish, S.D. Contributions may be amde to Oregon Health Sciences University in care of Musgrove Family Mortuary.

Horejs, Patricia (Smith)

The Register-Guard, Eugene, Oregon, October 26, 2001; PATRICIA A. HOREJS< /br> The funeral will be held Oct. 27 of(sic) Patricia A. "Pat" Horejs of Eugene, who died Oct. 24 of emphysema. She was 65. Horejs was born Aug 28, 1936, in Rapid City, S.D., to Darwin and Eskaline Jaynes Smith. She moved to Eugene in 1945 and graduated from Eugene High School in 1954. She married Dennis Horejs in Reno, Nev., on Dec 28, 1967. He died March 8, 1993. Horejs worked many years as a bookkeeper at Eugene Auto Electric and Equipment Mobile Service. Her interests included bowling and traveling. Survivors include a brother, Robert Smith, of Reston, Va.; and four sisters, Lois Smith, Darlene Hoffman, Janet Smith and Kay Breaux, all of Eugene.< /br> Visitation will be held from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. today at Musgrove Family Mortuary in Eugene. Saturday's service will be held at 11 a.m., also at the funeral home. Entombment will be at Rest-Haven Mausoleum in Eugene, followed by a reception at the River Road Park Annex.< /br> Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of Sacred Heart of to the American Lung Association.

Huisman, Donna (Vogel)

Hutton, Bernard

1997 Appleton Post Crescent dated 5/22/1997; Bernard F. Hutton, Bernie, age 78, husband and father, grandfather and friend, died at home with his family beside him, following an extended illness at 1:00 p.m. Wednesday, May 21st, 1997. He was born December 3rd, 1918 in Menasha and have been Appleton resident all of his life. Bernie served with the U.S. Army Air Corps during World War II and following his discharge, he returned to the Fox Valley where he met and then married Francis J. Romenesko on August 9th, 1947 at Holy Cross Catholic Church in Kaukauna. He had been employed by Metropolitan Life for 15 years and then retired from St. Elizabeth Hospital in 1983 after 15 years as director of purchasing. Bernie was a member of the St. Bernadette's Catholic church. He is survived by his wife Frances J. Romenesko Hutton, three children, Christine and David Bloy, and their sons Jordan and Colin; Patricia and Tim O'Connell, their children, Rachel and Nathan, Ann and David Gilboa, all of Appleton, a niece, Barbara and Donald Vandynhoven, of Little Chute, many other family members and friends. He was preceded in death by his parents, Whitney J. and Agnes (Kronser) Hutton and a sister, Rosemary Sheehy,. Funeral will be at 11:00 a.m. Saturday at St. Bernadette's Catholic Church burial will be in the St. Joseph cemetery.

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Jacobi, Leroy

2004 Milwaukee Journal dated 7/11/2004:Jacobi, Leroy V.; Publication Date: July 11, 2004< /br> Born to Eternal Life Thurs., July 8, 2004, age 79. Loving husband to Rose Ann (nee DeCleene) and the late Noreen (nee O'Connell). Doting father to Christine Jacobi and Susan (Steve) Szecsy. Grandfather of Erin (John) Lausten and Nicholas Tyson. Great-grandfather to Anthony Jacobi Lausten. He was an embracing second father to the DeCleene children, Tom (Tonya), Jerry (Kathy), Chuck (Dianne), Chris (Fred) Strodthoff, Bill (Nareda), Vicky (Bob) Mueller, Paula (Rick) Villwock and Greg (Heidi); Rose Ann's grandchildren, great grandchildren and their blended extended family. Dear brother of Gerry (Maurie) Schueller and Dick (Connie) Jacobi and son of the late Val and Lillian.< /br> Visitation at MOTHER OF GOOD COUNSEL CATHOLIC CHURCH, 6924 W. Lisbon Ave., Mon., July 12, 10-11:30AM. Funeral Mass 11:30AM. Entombment to follow at Holy Cross Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials appreciated to the American Cancer Society.< /br> "LEE HAD A SONG IN HIS HEART AND HIS FEET LOVED A GOOD< /br> JITTERBUG. HE WAS GENEROUS BEYOND MEASURE, SHOWING< /br> INTEREST TO EVERYONE HE MET AND GIVING FREELY OF HIS TIME,< /br> ENERGIES AND RESOURCES."< /br> Condolences to: www.krausefuneralhome.comKRAUSE FUNERAL HOMEand Cremation Services9000 W. Capitol Dr. 414-464-4640

Jacobi, Noreen (O'Connell)

1998 Milwaukee Journal dated 1/27/1998 Milwaukee Journal dated January 27th, 1998 Noreen Jacobi (nee O'Connell) age 72. Born to eternal life January 25th, 1998. Loving wife of Leroy. Dear mother of Christine and Susan Jacobi. Dear grandmother of Aaron and Nicolas Tyson, sister of Janet Nelson, Dennis (Delores) O'Connell. Sister-in-law of Gerry (Marie) Schueller, Richard (Connie) Jacobi. Further survived by nieces, nephews, and other relatives and friends. Mass of Christian burial Wednesday January 28th at Mother of Good Counsel Church visitation at the church from 10:00 a.m. until time of service. Final resting place Holy Cross cemetery. Noreen will be greatly missed by her family, relatives and friends.

Jacobs, Robert P

2003 Appleton Post Crescent dated 10/2/2003; Jacobs, Robert P. , Appleton< /br> Age 86, died Tuesday, September 30, 2003, at Franciscan Care Center. Robert was born on November 24, 1916, in Appleton, to the late Michael and Clara (Stein) Jacobs. He married Martha M. Romenesko on August 7, 1954. Robert enjoyed all sports and card playing. Survivors include Martha, his wife of 49 years; his daughter, Mary (John) Geiger, Sun Prairie; his sons, Rick Jacobs, Minneapolis; Mark Jacobs (Andrea Rugg), Minneapolis; his sister, Dolores (Lyle) Becker, California; his brothers, Maurice Jacobs, Appleton; and Fabian Jacobs, Arizona; and his grandson, Lucas Geiger. He was preceded in death by his infant daughter, Mary; his brother Bernard and his sister, Leone Gyrmati. The Funeral Liturgy will be at 11 a.m. on Saturday, October 4, 2003, at ST. BERNARD CATHOLIC CHURCH, 1617 West Pine Street, Appleton, with Fr. John P. Bergstadt officiating. Friends may call directly at the church on Saturday from 9 a.m. until the time of services. Interment will be in Holy Cross Cemetery, Kaukauna. A memorial has been established in his name. The family would like to thank the staff at Franciscan Care Center for their loving care and especially Tony Dombrowski of St. Bernard Parish.< /br> WICHMANN FUNERAL HOME 537 North Superior Street Appleton 739-1231

Jansen, Henry C

1976 Appleton Post Crescent dated 12/5/1976 Mr. Henry C. Jansen, Little Chute, age 69, died unexpectedly at 1:00 p.m. Friday. He was born August 23rd, 1906 in Little Chute. He had been employed by the Combined Paper Co. for over 45 years until his retirement in 1973. Survivors include his wife Evelyn; three daughters: Mrs. Wolcott (Joyce) Anderson, of Waupaca; Mrs. Richard (Regina) Ludwig, of Freedom; and Mrs. Bruce (Grace) Schommer, of Little Chute; a stepdaughter, Tina; a brother, Nick Jansen, of Little Chute; three sisters: Mrs. Jack (Delia) Hermsen, of Little Chute; Mrs. Rod (Helen) Lom, of Combined Locks; and Mrs. Floyd (Agnes) VanDyke, of Kaukauna; 13 grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his first wife, Marion; a brother, a sister, and a grandson, Gary. The funeral be at 10:30 a.m. Monday at St. John Catholic Church, Little Chute with the Rev. John Blaha, officiating. Internment will be in the parish cemetery.

Jansen, Marian (Conrad)

1966 Appleton Post Crescent dated 1/12/1966; Mrs. Henry C. Jansen, Marian, 601 East Lincoln Ave, Little Chute, age 59, passed away Tuesday at 6:15 p.m. after a short illness. She was born in Freedom August 13th, 1906 and has been resident of Little Chute for the past 38 years. Mrs. Jansen was formerly employed at the Combined Locks Paper Co.; was a member of the St. Elizabeth Society and the Catholic Order of Foresters of St. John Church, Little Chute. Survivors are her husband; three daughters, Mrs. Walcott (Joyce) Anderson, of Menasha; Mrs. Richard (Regina) Ludwig, of Freedom; Mrs. Bruce (Grace) Schommer, of Little Chute; four brothers, Walter and Joseph Conrad, both of Appleton; William and Norbert Conrad both of Freedom; four sisters, Mrs. Cornelius (Ann) Hietpas, of Little Chute; Mrs. William (Rosella) Vanden bloom, Mrs. Peter (Agnes) Bergman, both of Appleton; Mrs. Quinten (Blanche) Vandenberg, Freedom; 11 grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Thursday at 10:00 a.m. at St. John Catholic Church in Little Chute. Internment will be in the parish cemetery.

Johnson, John H

1987 Appleton Post Crescent dated August 4th, 1987, of John H. Johnson, age 82, died Monday, August 3rd, 1987, at St. Elizabeth Hospital, following a short illness. He was born August 9th, 1904, in Rudolph, Wisconsin. He was employed with Kimberly-Clark, in Kimberly, for 30 years. He was a member of Holy Name Catholic Church, the Quarter Century Club of Kimberly Clark, and the Golden Agers. Survivors include his wife, Lucina; two daughters in law and sons in law: Joan and Martin M. Conrad, and Delores K and Thomas S. Wildenberg, all of Kimberly; four grandchildren: Mary Hooyman, Sandra Oudenhoven, Cinthia Conrad, and Kim Rusch; a great grandchild, Andrew Rusch; five sisters and two brothers in law: Ann and Bruce Fisher, of Los Angeles California; Dorothy Nimitz, of Virginia, Minn.; Margaret and Jim Reidel, of Rockford, Illinois; Cora Shearier, Wisconsin Rapids; Gertrude Gilardi, and Mary Schutz, of Port Edward. Friends may call at the Jansen Fargo funeral home Kimberly from 4 to 9:00 p.m. Tuesday and after 8:30 a.m. Wednesday, until the cortege leaves for the church. The funeral will be Wednesday at 11:00 a.m. at Holy Name Catholic Church with Monsignor Carl Steiner and Father Ron Lhotte celebrating. Burial will be in the Holy Name cemetery. There has been a memorial established for the American Cancer society.

Johnson, Lucina (Hartjes)

2001 From Appleton Post Crescent, WI 1-28-2001, Lucina C. Johnson 144 Willow Street Kimberly< /br> Age 95, passed away Friday, January 26, 2001, at St. Paul Home in Kaukauna. Cena was born in Little Chute on July 25, 1905, daughter of the late Albert and Lena (Green) Hartjes. On July 22, 1929, she married John Johnson in Little Chute. He preceded her in death in 1987. Lucina was a longtime, faithful, and very active member of Holy Name Catholic Church in Kimberly, where she was also a member of the Ladies of Holy Name and the Mission Ladies. She was also a member of the Kimberly Golden Agers, and many will remember Lucina for her volunteer efforts at Colony Oaks Care Center in Appleton.< /br> She is survived by two daughters, Joan (Martin) Conrad and Lorrie (Tom) Wildenberg, both of Kimberly; four grandchildren, Kim (Michael) Rusch of Appleton, Cindy (Mark) Antonie of Madison, Mary (Steve) Hooyman of Darboy, and Sandy (Dale) Oudenhoven of Little Chute; five great-grandchildren, Andy and Sarah Rusch, Zak Antonie, and Kelly and Benjamin Hooyman; four sisters-in-law, Cora Shearier of Wisconsin Rapids, Ann (Bruce) Fisher of Los Angeles, Marge (Jim) Riedel of Rockford, Illinois, and Dorothy Nimtz of Virginia, Minnesota. Lucina was preceded in death by her husband, in 1987; a sister, Gertrude (Martin) Vanden Heuvel; brothers-in-law, Bernard Shearier, Carroll Nimtz, Joe Kellner, and George Staniforth, and sisters-in-law, Gert (Joe) Gilardi and Mary Schultz.< /br> The funeral liturgy for Lucina will be held at 12 noon on Monday, January 29, 2001, at HOLY NAME CATHOLIC CHURCH, 600 E. Kimberly Avenue in Kimberly, with Fr. David Schmidt officiating. Interment will be in the parish cemetery. Friends may call directly at the church on Monday from 10 a.m. until the hour of the liturgy. The family would like to thank the wonderful people at both St. Elizabeth Hospital and at St. Paul Home for the care and concern shown to Lucina. You are all special people, and we will never forget your kindness. Jansen Fargo Funeral Home 204 E. Kimberly Ave. Kimberly 788-6202< /br>  

Johnson, Walter

2004 Appleton Post Crescent dated 3/19/2004; Johnson, Walter H.< /br> Walter H. Johnson, age 82, formerly of Neenah, WI, passed away on March 16, 2004 in the company of loving family members at the VA hospital in Ann Arbor, MI. Walter was born June 5, 1921 in Gulliver, MI to John and Hilma (Ostlund) Johnson. Walter served in the Army during World War II as a combat infantryman in Northern France, Rhineland, and Central Europe where he was decorated and cited with the EAME Theater Ribbon with three bronze stars, American Theater Ribbon, Good Conduct Ribbon, Purple Heart, and Victory Medal. He earned badges for Combat Infantryman and Rifle Marksman.< /br> Walter married LaVerne (Siebers) Harvey on November 10, 1951 and adopted her two daughters, Lynn Harvey (Robert Little), Apex, N.C., and Barbara (Ken) Mentz, Appleton, WI. He worked in Appleton, WI at the Fox River Boiler Works until returning to Gulliver in 1969. Rollie and Helen Bennett are just a few of his many generous friends and family in the area who looked after him while he resided in Gulliver, MI until the fall of 2002. For over a year, he has enjoyed the company of his family: Brian, Scott, Norman, Caroline, and Kathryn Johnson in Belleville, MI. Walter was an accomplished woodsman and naturalist. He had a deep love of nature and children and shared his knowledge and skills with his many admirers, of all ages. He had a wonderful sense of fun and humor and gave the gift of laughter freely. He had a special talent for storytelling that we all enjoyed. He will be sorely missed by all who knew him.< /br> Walter is survived by his daughters; and grandchildren: Steven Mentz, Waterloo, IL; and Randy Mentz, Platteville, WI; and many nieces and nephews.< /br> Preceding him in death were his parents, John and Hilma Johnson; his wife and son, LaVerne and Steven Johnson; his sisters: Hazel Bergman, Helen Burill, Ann Marose; his brothers: Henry, Edwin, and Norman Johnson.< /br> Funeral services will be held at the Messier-Broullire Funeral Home in Manistique, MI, Saturday, March 20, 2004, with visitation from 1-3 p.m. and services at 3 p.m. Reverend Donna Lindberg of the First United Methodist Church presiding.< /br>  

Jones, Cleone (Summers)

Obit missing - Death certificate;

1996 San Bernardino Death Certificate; Cleone Lorraine Jones born 1/5/1921 in ND. died 2/26/1996 age 75, SS# 550-12-4844, Occupation Homemaker, address 530 W Aster St Upland, 91786, 45 years in County. Surviving Spouse James William Jones, Father William Summers born in ND, mother Josephine Rando born in MN. Buried 3/2/1996 at Forest Lawn in Covina Died at San Bernardino Community Hosp. Infomant Sandra Everson

Jones, George

Obit Missing - died 6/7/1925 Ovid, ND.

Jones, James William

Obit Missing died 7/8/1997 San Bernardino County, CA.

Joyce, Alban

1998 Unknown Newspaper sent by Katie Harrison Monfils in March 2002.< /br> Al J. Joyce, 83, San Diego, Calif., formerly of Green Bay, died Saturday, Sept 19, 1998. He was born June 18, 1915 to Charles and Winifred (Campbell) Joyce in Wrightstown. He married Maureen Walton on Oct 17, 1945. As a young man, he worked for Northern Paper Mill. Later, he worked as a heavy equipment operator, helping to build the Ellison Air Force Base in Fairbanks, Alaska. He also worked on the atomic bomb project in the Mohobi Desert. In the 1950's he went into the insurance and securities business. He spent his retirement years in California. He is survived by his wife; his sons, Michael (Barb); Joe (Leslie); his daughter, Jeanna (Peder) and grandchildren as well as nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, two sons, infant daughter, and his brothers, Roland, JUnior and Leo, and his sister Mary Ann Harrison. There will be a memorial mass at St. Patrick's Church, Green Bay, burial will be at Oakley, Utah.

Joyce, Charles Jr.

Obit Missing died 5/14/1927 Holland, WI.

Joyce, Charles

1953 Unknown Newspaper dated March 1953, sent by Katie Harrison Monfils in March 2002; Charles Joyce Dies at Residence here.< /br> Charles A. Joyce, 66, 150 N. Ashland Ave. died Monday afternoon at his home after a long illness. He was born in the town of Wrightstown on March 6, 1886. In 1914 he married Winnifred Campbell of the town of Holland. The couple farmed in Wrightstown and moved to Green Bay 18 years ago. Prior to his illness, Mr. Joyce was employed by the Northwest Engineering Co. He was formerly a member of the Annunciation Holy Name Society. Surviving are his wife, two sons, Al, LaCrosse and Leo, Green Bay, one daughter, Mary Ann, at home; four grandchildren; one brother, William, Wrightstown; and one sister, Mrs. Mame Savageau, DePere. The body is at Ryan Funeral Home, DePere, where the rosary will be recited at 7:30 this evening by Msgr. Henry Head. The requim mass will be offered at 10 am WEdnesday in St. Patrick's church and burial will be in Wrightstown cemetery.

Joyce, Leo J

Obit Missing - died 10/12/1985 El Monte, CA.

Joyce, Paul W

Obit Missing - died 2/27/1992

Joyce, Roland

Obit Missing - died 6/13/1934

Joyce, Timothy A

Obit Missing - died 3/21/1988

Joyce, Winifred (Campbell)

1981 Green Bay Press Gazette dated 9/13/1981< /br> Mrs. Charles (Winifred) Joyce, 87, 860 Phoebe St. Green Bay, died Saturday afternoon in a local hospital. The former Winifred Campbell was born in the town of Holland, July 31, 1894 to the late William and Anna Glasheen Campbell. For the past 46 years she resided in Green Bay, where she was an active member of St. Anne's Ladies Society of Annunciation and St. Patrick's churches. Mr. Joyce preceded her in death on March 30, 1953. Survivors are two sons and daughters-in-law, Al and Maurine Joyce, Long Beach, Calif.; and Leo and Ruth Joyce, Pasadena, Calif. She is also survived by one daughter and son-in-law, Mary Ann and George Harrison, Green Bay; 16 grandchildren; seven great grandchildren; three brothers, Willard and Howard Cambell, both of Kaukauna; and Al, ripon; and two sisters, Mary Van Abel and Ruth Campbell, both of Green Bay. She was also preceded in death by two sons, Roland and Charles Jr., two brothers, Maurice and Harold Campbell; and two sisters, Olive Milton and Sadie Campbell. Burial at St. Paul's Cemetery, Wrightstown.< /br> < /br> 1981 Appleton Post Crescent dated 9/14/1981; Mrs. Charles Joyce (Winifred) 860 Phoebe St. Green Bay< /br> Aged 87, died Saturday afternoon at a Green Bay hospital. She was born July 31, 1894, the daughter of the late William and Anna Glasheen Campbell. For the past 46 years she resided in Green Bay, where she had been an active member of St. Ann Ladies Society at Annunciation and St. Patrick churches. Survivors include two sons and daughters-in-law; Al and Maurine Joyce, Long Beach, CA.; Leo and Ruth, Pasadena, CA; a daughter and son-in-law, Mary Ann and George Harrison, Green Bay; 16 grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; three brothers: Willard and Howard Campbell, Kaukauna: Al Campbell, Ripon; two sisters, Mary VanAbel and Ruth Campbell, Green Bay. She was preceded in death by her husband Charles in 1953; two sons, Roland and Charles, Jr.; two brothers: Maurice and Harold Campbell; two sisters: Olive Milton and Sadie Campbell. The funeral will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday at St. Patrick's church, Green Bay. Burial will be in St. Paul's Cemetery, Wrightstown.

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Kavanaugh, Anna (Dorsey)

1961 Appleton Post Crescent dated 4/20/61; Mrs. John Kavanaugh, age 62, passed away at 330 Wednesday afternoon. She was born October 8th, 1889 in the town of Center, Outagamie County. Mr. and Mrs. Kavanaugh would have celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary May 23rd. She was a member of the Christian Mothers of St. Nicholas Church, Freedom. Survivors are her husband; a daughter, Mrs. Mary Mauthe, of Appleton, six sons, James, of Minneapolis Minnesota, Nicholas, of Kaukauna, John Jr., of Madison Wisconsin, William, of Milwaukee, Robert, of Little Chute, Michael, of Kaukauna, a brother, Thomas Dorsey, of Appleton, 29 grandchildren. Funeral services will be Saturday at 10:00 a.m. at St. Nicholas Church, Freedom with burial in the parish cemetery. Rev. Alfred Hietpas will officiate. Friends may call at the Greenwood funeral home, Kaukauna after 2:00 p.m. Friday with rosary at 8:00 p.m.

Kavanaugh, Eleanor (Stengel)

Obit Missing - died 1/2/1988 Tilleda, FL.

Kavanaugh, James

1998 Published in Minneapolis Star Tribune newspaper published Feb 12, 1998< /br> Kavanaugh James E., age 85. Funeral notice Thursday. Henry W. Anderson 432-2331 published Feb 11, 1998< /br> Kavanaugh James E., age 85. Survived by wife, Dorothy; children, Betty (Roy) Dennis, Sister Judy Kavanaugh C.S.J., Barbara Kavanaugh, James Jr. (Diane), Mary Patricia (Dan) McGuire, and Susan (Joseph) Joos; 16 grandchildren; 8 great-grandchildren; brothers, Jack, Bill, and Bob; sister, Mary Mouthe; sister-in-law, Mary Ellen Kavanaugh. Mass of Christian Burial, Thursday TONIGHT 6 PM at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, Savage, MN. Visitation 4-6 PM at the church. Private interment. Henry W. Anderson Apple Valley 432-2331

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Kavanaugh, John P

1973 Appleton Post Crescent dated 9/1/1973; John P. Kavanaugh, Route 2, Kaukauna, age 91, passed away Friday after a long illness.  He was born July 25th, 1882 at Freedom and farmed in that area almost all of his life.  He was a member of the St. Nicholas Holy Name Society.  Survivors include his daughter, Mrs. Gerald (Mary) Mauthe, of Appleton; five sons, James, of Minneapolis; Nicholas, of Kaukauna; John, of Madison; William, of Florida; Robert, of Little Chute; a daughter in law, Mrs. Michael (Mary Ellen) Kavanaugh, Route 2, Kaukauna; 31 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren.  Funeral services will be held Monday at 10:30 a.m. at St. Nicholas Catholic Church, Freedom, with internment in the parish cemetery.  Friends may call at the Greenwood funeral home after 2:00 p.m. Sunday and there will be a rosary at 7:00 p.m. and a prayer service at 8:00 p.m. Sunday.

 

Kavanaugh, John P (1916-2003)

2003 Wisconsin State Journal dated 6/3/2003; John P. Kavanaugh, at 86, of Madison died on Sunday, June 1st, 2003, at his home. He was born on December 20th, 1916, in Freedom, Wisconsin, the son of John and Anna (Dorsey) Kavanaugh Sr. He was the founder of a Kavanaugh Esquire Club on North Sherman Avenue, which began in 1947. Jack and his wife, Jane, enjoyed serving the Madison area community for many years and would like to thank their loyal customers and employees for their many years of friendship. John was a member of the Knights of Columbus #531, Elks Lodge, Moose Club, Wisconsin Tavern Guild, Wisconsin Restaurant Association and a charter member of Queen of Peace Catholic church. He is survived by his wife of nearly 62 years, the former Jane Colwell, five children, Patti (Thomas) Caputo, Kathy (James) Uhalt, John (Linda), Thomas (Cathy O'Sullivan) and Kevin (Colleen), 19 grandchildren, Bernie, Danielle, Tony, James Jr., (Joann), Charles, (Sarah), Jackie, John IV, (Gail Millard), Holly (Travis) Peltier, Bridget, Thomas Jr., (Leah), Chad (Alison), Brian, Dustin, Daniel, Kelly, Kristi, Casey, and Karen, and three great-grandchildren, Dawson, Hali and Kylie. He is also survived by Aliama Nyanger, John and Jane's caretaker. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by four brothers, James, Nicholas, Robert and Michael, and a close friend, Bernard Klinzing. Funeral services will be held at St. Peter's Catholic Church 5001 North Sherman Avenue on Thursday June 5th, 2003, at 11:00 a.m. Father Roger Nilles will officiate. Entombment will be held at Resurrection cemetery.

 

Kavanaugh, Marion (Vanevenhoven)

1987 Appleton Post Crescent dated 9/8/1987; Mrs. Nick Kavanaugh, Marion Vanevenhoven, age 69, died September 5, 1987 at St. Elizabeths hospital. She was born December 5th 1917 in Kaukauna. She lived all her life in Kaukauna and was a member of the ladies Knights of Columbus, Kaukauna AARP, American Legion auxiliary Post 41, and the Ladies of Holy Cross. She is survived by a son and daughter in law, Mark and Jane Kavanaugh, Kaukauna, two grandchildren Katie and Tracy, six brothers and sisters in law; Ervin and Martha Vanevenhoven, Arthur and Nellie, Ralph and Angelina, all of Little Chute, Henry and Harriet at Orville and, Alma Vanevenhoven, Kaukauna, Raymond and Rita Vanevenhoven, Neenah, three sisters and four brothers in law, Lillian and Martin Theisen, Neenah, Francis and Willard Vissars, Menasha, Evelyn and James Hermes, Little Chute, Willard Vandenheuvel, Kaukauna. She is preceded in death by her husband, Nick in 1984, also two sisters Angeline Vandenheuvel, RoseMary Vanevenhoven, a brother, Howard Vanevenhoven. The funeral was 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at Holy Cross Catholic Church burial will be in the Highlands Memorial Park in Appleton. A memorial has been established.

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Kavanaugh, Michael F

1966 Appleton Post Crescent dated 9/14/66; Michael F. Kavanaugh, age 36, passed away early Wednesday morning after a short illness. He was born May 29th, 1930 in Kaukauna and operated a farm all his life at Route 2, Kaukauna. Mr. Kavanaugh was a member of the Holy Name Society of St. Nicholas Church, Freedom. He is survived by his wife, Mary Ellen; one son, Michael, Jr.. And four daughters, Marlene, Janet, Karen, and Annette, all at home; his father, John Kavanaugh Sr., of Kaukauna: five brothers, James, of Minneapolis Minnesota, Nick, of Kaukauna, John Jr., of Madison Wisconsin, William, of Milwaukee, Robert, of Little Chute, one sister, Mrs. Gerald (Mary) Mauthe, of Appleton. Funeral services will be held Friday at 10:00 a.m. at St. Nicholas Catholic Church, Freedom, with burial in the parish cemetery. Rev. Alfred Hietpas will officiate.

Kavanaugh, Nicholas

1984 Appleton Post Crescent dated 12/17/84, Nicholas J. Kavanaugh, 205 Hayes St. Kaukauna, aged 70, died Sunday, December 16th, 1984 after brief illness. He was born July 16th 1914 in Freedom and had lived most of his life in Kaukauna where he had been employed by the Thilmany Pulp and Paper Co. for 43 years prior to his retirement in 1976. He was a member and past president from 1958 to 1975 of Paper Makers the Union Local 20. He was a member of Kaukauna Knights of Columbus Council 1033, the Hearts Club and Visiting committee at Appleton Medical Center and also a member of the Thilmany Quarter century club. He is survived by his wife, Marion (Vanevenhoven) Kavanaugh, a son and daughter in law, Mark and Jane Kavanaugh, Kaukauna; two grand daughters, Katie and Tracy; four brothers and five sisters in law, James and Dorothy, Minneapolis, John and Jane, Madison, William and Eleanor, Florida, Robert and Rose, Little Chute, Mary Ellen Kavanaugh, Freedom, a sister and brother in law, Mary and Gerald Mauthe, Appleton, many nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents and a brother, Michael. The funeral service will be at 1030 Wednesday morning at Holy Cross Catholic Church Kaukauna with Reverend David Beaudry officiating. Friends may call at the Greenwood funeral home from four until 9:00 p.m..< /br> 

Kavanaugh, Robert

1999 Appleton Post Crescent dated 11/10/1999; Robert A. Kavanaugh aged 73 passed away Thursday November 4th, 1999, in the arms of his loving wife and family. He was born on November 30th 1925 in Kaukauna son of the late John and Anna (Dorsey) Kavanaugh. On September 24th 1947 Bob married Rose (Coenen) Kavanaugh and had 52 years of wedded bliss while residing in Little Chute until retirement. They then moved to Kelly Lake in the summer and Plant City Florida and the winter, filling his retirement with warmth, beauty and golf. Bob was self-employed, owning Kavanaugh Refrigeration from 1955 to 1988 in Little Chute. He was a member of St. John Catholic Church and attended St. Clements in Plant City. He will be remembered with loved by his wife Rose; four children, Karla and Tom Weyenberg, Little Chute; Maureen and Ken Kappell, Kaukauna; Robert and JoAnn Kavanaugh, Appleton; Diane and Steve Reis, Brillion; Bob also had 13 grandchildren; Susan (John) Schmitz, Michael, Scott, Elizabeth and Jessica Weyenberg; Sharon and Maria Kappell; Earl Kavanaugh, Jennifer and Janna Ortigara; Jason, Jenny and Ashley Reis. Three little great-grandchildren will also miss their grandpa; Drew, Kendra, and Kaitlyn; a sister Mary (Jerry) Mauthe, Appleton; a brother Jack (Jane) Kavanaugh, Madison; Bill (Terry) Palm Beach, Florida; sisters-in-law Dorothy Kavanaugh of Minnesota; Mary Ellen Kavanaugh of Kaukauna; Marian (Robert) Driessen, White Potato Lake; Leone (Robert) Stadler of Kelly Lake; Orpha Coenen, Little Chute; Robert also had two special girls, who gave him so much love and joy Kasha and Holly, his best pet friends. He is also survived by nieces and nephews other relatives and friends. Bob was preceded in death by his brothers James, Michael and Nicholas (Marian) Kavanaugh; sister-in-law Esther (Clarence) DeBruin, brothers in law; Andrew Coenen and Richard (Delores) Coenen, a great grandchild Jonathan Michael Schmitz. Funeral service will be held at 4:00 p.m. Thursday November 11, 1999 at St. John Catholic Church Little Chute. To Our Father Dear, We want to thank you for all the love and laughter you brought to our lives. You taught us by example of how life should be lived. You will be loved and remembered forever. We will be strong and be there for each other because that's the way you would want it. Love your children, P.S. thank you for the afternoon of November 3rd, we will remember that day forever. Ditto!< /br> < /br> Oconto County Times-Herald Nov. 17, 1999< /br> KELLY LAKE - Robert Kavanaugh, age 73, passed away Thursday, November 4, 1999, in the arms of his loving wife and family. He was born November 30, 1925, in Kaukauna, son of the late John and Anna (Dorsey) Kavanaugh. On September 24, 1947, Bob married Rose (Coenen) Kavanaugh and had 52 years of wedded bliss while residing in Little Chute until retirement. They then moved to Kelly Lake in the summer and Plant City, Florida, in the winter, filling his retirement with warmth, beauty and golf.< /br> Bob was self-employed, owning Kavanaugh Refrigeration from 1955 to 1988 in Little Chute. While living in Little Chute, he was a member of St. John Catholic Church and attended St. Clements in Plant City. He will be remembered with love by his wife, Rose; four children, Karla and Tom Weyenberg, Little Chute; Maureen and Ken Kappell, Kaukauna; Robert and JoAnn Kavanaugh, Appleton; Diane and Steve Reis, Brillion. Bob also had 13 grandchildren, three great-grandchildren, a sister Mary (Jerry) Mauthe, Appleton; a brother, Jack (Jane) Kavanaugh, Madison; Bill (Terry), Palm Beach, Florida; sisters-in-law, Dorothy Kavanaugh, Minnesota; Mary Ellen Kavanaugh, Kaukauna; Marian (Robert) Driessen, White Potato Lake; Leona (Robert) Stadler, Kelly Lake; Orpha Coenen, Little Chute. Robert also had two special girls who gave him so much love and joy, Tascha and Holly, his best pet friends.< /br> Bob was preceded in death by his brothers, James, Michael, and Nicholas (Marian); sister- in-law, Esther (Clarence) DeBruin; brothers-in-law, Andrew Coenen and Richard (Dolores) Coenen; a great- grandchild, Jonathan Michael Schmitz. The funeral was held Thursday, November 11 at St. John Catholic Church, Little Chute with the Rev. John Schuetze officiating. Verkuilen Funeral Home, Little Chute, assisted the family.< /br>  

Kavanaugh, William T

2004 Appleton Post Crescent dated 12/5/2004; Kavanaugh, William T.< /br> Born in Freedom, Wisconsin on September 1, 1919, Bill died on October 19, 2004, in Boca Raton, Florida, after a long battle with Alzheimer’s disease. Bill spent his professional life serving his country in various capacities. He enlisted in the Army during World War II and served in the European Theatre in the Medical Service Corps as a Hospital Administrator. He continued in that capacity after the war ended while working for the Veteran’s Administration at Wood Memorial Hospital in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and later in his career at the Veteran’s hospital in Tuskeegee, Alabama. After his active duty service, he remained in the Army Reserve, retiring as a Major. Bill relocated to Florida in 1972, and enjoyed his retirement years enjoying the warmth of Florida and traveling the world. He was particularly fond of sitting in his 6th floor home and watching the big boats sail up and down the intercoastal waterway that was his backyard. He was preceded in death by his wife of 40 years, Eleanor, who passed away in 1988.< /br> Bill was a devoted husband, father and grandfather. He is survived by his wife, Dr. Terry Carr Kavanaugh; and his sons, Michael (Susan) and Joseph (Jeri); his daughter Margaret; and his three grandchildren: Brian, Tracy and Allison. He remained close to both his family and Eleanor’s family even though living in Florida. He maintained loving relationships with his brothers: Jim (Dorothy), Nick (Marian), Jack (Jane), Bob (Rose), and Mike (Mary); and his sister Mary (Jerry). He was also close with Eleanor’s family including: Genevieve (Mert), Marge (Andy), Mary Ann (Jerry), Sylvester (Millie), and Clarence (Joyce). Our collective memories of Bill will include many social evenings spent playing cards with friends and relatives.< /br> Bill will be buried at Arlington National Cemetery alongside his wife of 40 years, Eleanor, who is interred there. The graveside services at Arlington Memorial park will be at 3 p.m. Wednesday, December 8th. Memorial Services will be held at his childhood church, St. Nicholas Catholic Church in Freedom, Wisconsin at 2:30 p.m. on December 10th.< /br>  

Keene, Imelda (Dorsey)

Obit Missing - died Abt Apr 1977 Honolulu, HI.

Kempen, Raymond

1959 Appleton Post Crescent dated 9/26/1959; Raymond Kempen, 45, Route 2, Kaukauna, died at 8:50 this morning at Kaukauna after an eight week illness. He was born September 1st, 1914, at Marshfield and lived in Kaukauna for the last 14 years, where he was employed by Thilmany Pulp and Paper company. Funeral services will be at 9:30 a.m. Monday at Holy Cross Catholic Church, Kaukauna. Friends may call at Greenwood funeral home after 7:00 p.m. today, where the rosary will be recited at 8:00 p.m. today and Sunday. Burial will be in Holy Cross cemetery. Kempen is survived by his widow: his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kempen, Route 1 Kaukauna; two daughters, Mrs. John Hermans, Appleton, and Patsy at home; eight sons, Vernon, Leo, William, Floyd, John, Ray Jr., David and Richard, all at home; three brothers, Clarence, of DePere, Robert, Manitowoc and Francis, Route 1 Kaukauna; four sisters, Mrs. Ray Schuh, and Mrs. Donald Calmes, both on Route 1 Kaukauna, Mrs. Francis Fischer, Route 2 Seymour, and Mrs. Ray Van de Hei, Route 2 DePere; one grandchild: and his maternal grandmother, Mrs. Minnie DeBruin, Two Rivers.

Kobussen, , Richard A

Obit Missing - died 9/28/1987

Kohl, William

2004 The Sheboygan Press November 4, 2004; William “Pete” Kohl < /br> William “Pete” Kohl of Elkhart Lake, passed away Oct. 26, 2004. He had been a part time resident of Green Valley, Ariz. for the past 24 years.< /br> Pete was born in Appleton on Nov. 26, 1923, the son of John O. Kohl and Genevieve Hardy. He was a veteran of World War II and served in Japan where he met his wife, Susan.< /br> Mr. Kohl was the instrumental founder of Plyco Corporation of Elkhart Lake in 1954. He most recently served as its Chairman.< /br> Pete was an active member of the National Frame Builders Association where his innovations made a significant contribution to the post-frame industry. He was inducted into the Rural Builder Hall of Fame in 1986. He was a member of the Chamber of Commerce in Elkhart Lake, as well as a director of the Bank of Elkhart Lake for many years. He was very active in the community and golf activities in Elkhart Lake. < /br> Pete and his wife were the founders of the Kohl Family Foundation Trust that provides for many charities in the Elkhart Lake and Green Valley areas. Projects they were involved in included the Green Valley Library, Elkhart Lake School District, Elkhart Lake First Responders and Fire Department. He was the Philanthropist of the Year in Green Valley in 2000.< /br> Survivors include two daughters, Kathleen Garner of Tucson and Patty (Chuck) Crauswell of Birmingham, Ala.; two grandsons, Todd Wimer of Boston and Trent Crauswell of Birmingham, Ala. Pete was preceded in death by his wife, Susan. Private services were held in Green Valley, Ariz.< /br> Donations in Mr. Kohl’s name may be made to the Kohl Family Foundation Trust and sent to the foundation in care of Plyco Corporation, P.O. Box Q, Elkhart Lake, WI 53020.< /br>  

Kons, Anthony

1989 Appleton Post Crescent dated 6/18/1989; Anton (Tony) Kons, 1201 Garfield Ave. Little Chute - Formerly of Darboy, age 100, died at 5:45 p.m Friday June 16,1989. Tony was born on a farm in Darboy on November 22, 1888. He married Theresa Weber on May 22, 1923 at Holy Cross Catholic Church, Kaukauna. The couple then moved to Appleton and 15 years later his wife died in childbirth. Tony worked as a water well driller and well equipment repairman. He moved from Appleton to Menasha, and resided on Second street for 16 years, before moving to the Hotel Menasha where he lived for seven years. Tony was a regular visitor to the Menasha Senior Citzen's Center enjoying meals and activities there. On October 12, 1988 he moved to Parkside Care Center, Little Chute. Tonys activities were dancing, bowling and bingo. Survivors include numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death, by his parents, Anton and Barbara (Siegert) Kons, his wife; Theresa in 1938, three brothers; John in 1962. Mike in 1963 and Jake, in 1954; four sisters: Elizabeth in 1931;Margaret in 1947, Matilda in 1945, Anne in 1962. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Monday from Holy Angels Catholic Church, Darboy with Rev: Elroy Reimer officiating. Interment will be in the parish cemetery.

Kons, Therese (Weber)

1938 Unknown Newspaper Unknown date; KONS Funeral; The funeral of Mrs Anton Kons, 35, 1329 W. Lawrence St. and her infant son was held this morning at Wichman Funeral Home with services at St. Joseph's Church. Burial was in Holy Cross Cemetery in Kaukauna. Bearers were Hartley London, Edward Unmuth, Joseph Weber, Leo Pennings, Walter Verhagen, and Harold Feller.< /br> < /br> 1938 Kaukauna Times dated 12/23/1938; Death Claimed Mrs. Anton Kons - Rites this morning at St. Joseph Church; Internment in Holy Cross Cemetery - Mrs. Anton Kons, 35, formerly Theresa Weber of Kaukauna, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Mathias Weber, Taylor St, died at St. Elisabeth Hospital Sunday evening. Survivors are her widower, her parents; six brothers, Nicholas, Edward, Charles, Herbert and Michael of Kaukauna and Louis of Appleton; and three sisters, Mrs. Carl Specht of Milwaukee, and Mrs. Joseph West and Mrs. Sylvester Van Schyndel of Appleton. Internment will be in Holy Cross Cemetery.

Kramer, Rosemary (Verhagen)

2000 Appleton Post Crescent dated 2/18/2000, and Rosemary M. Kramer, age 81, passed away at 3:00 a.m. Thursday, February 17th, 2000 at Rice Parkside Care Center, Little Chute after a brief illness. She was born in New London. Rosemary was a full-time mother. Survivors include two daughters and sons in law Kathy and Clifford Brockman, of Little Chute; Linda and Roger Kahler, of Menasha; four sons and three daughters in law, William and LaDonna Biese, of Oklahoma, James and Connie Biese, of Colorado, Gene and Dar Biese, of Little Chute and Gerald Bise, of Appleton. and two brothers and a sister in law Irvin Verhagen and Eugene and Rita Verhagen all of Kaukauna, 15 grandchildren, 16 great-grandchildren, numerous nieces and nephews, cousins and friends. She was preceded in death by three brothers, Steve, Melvin and Jerome Verhagen, two sisters Regina Swanningson, and Johanna Fink, four sons, Thomas, Dennis, Marvin, and Gary Biese, her parents Louis and Catherine Verhagen, her husband William Kramer, and nephews. Funeral services will be at Saturday, February 19th, 2000 at 2:30 p.m. with Rev. Harvey Kandler officiating. < /br> 

Kuehn, James

Ripon Commonwealth Press dated April 26th, 1979 James J. Kuehn

Funeral services for James J. Kuehn, 60 of 634 South Grove Street, will be held on Thursday, April 26th, at 10:00 a.m., Butzin- Marchand Funeral home.  The Rev. Keith Tussing will officiate.  Internment will be in the Garden of the Cross.  Friends may call at the funeral home on Wednesday, April 25th, from 3 to 5:00 p.m., and from 7 until 9:00 p.m..  Mr. Kuehn died on Monday, April 23rd, at Theda Clark Regional Medical Center, after a 4 day stay.  He was born on December 29th, 1918 in Milwaukee, the son of Alfred Kuehn and Helen Butzien.  He attended the Milwaukee public schools and Ripon college, graduating in 1941.  He married May Lois Campbell on July 14th, 1943, in Ripon.  Mr. Kuehn was a manager of product performance at speed Queen, president of the Ripon Eagles' 1647 and a member of the American Legion No. 43.  He served as a captain in the Army Air Corps during World War two.  He was also active with helping the Ripon high-school football and track teams, running the chains for several years.  Survivors include his wife Mary Lois, and three daughters, Mrs. Thomas (Mary Jo) Bloch, of Ripon, Mrs. David (Deborah) Peters of Carbondale Ill., and Holly Kuehn of Chico Calif., one son, Keith (Pete) of Ashland, six grandchildren and one brother, Keith of LaCrosse.  He was preceded in death by his parents.

Kuehn, Mary (Campbell)

Obit Missing - died Oct 1991 Ripon, WI.

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Lamers, John Francis

2004 Appleton Post Crescent dated 11/12/2004; Lamers, John F.< /br> John F. Lamers, “Johnny,” Kimberly, age 94, passed away on Tuesday, November 9, 2004, at Vallhaven Care Center in Neenah. John was born June 16, 1910, one of thirteen children born to Jacob and Nellie (Van Domelen) Lamers. John was a lifelong Kimberly resident, and attended St. Norbert High School in De Pere for a time, but returned to Kimberly to work on the family farm. On October 4, 1933, he married the former Germaine Micke in Kimberly; she survives. As their children grew, John and Germaine were regular attendees at their school and sporting events. For many years he operated Machine #5 at Kimberly-Clark Corporation, retiring in 1972. Many will remember John’s love of gardening, singing, gathering strawberries, raspberries, Door County cherries, and hickory nuts, as well as the enjoyment he received from sharing them with others. In his retirement, he and Germaine enjoyed traveling to see their children.< /br> Survivors include his wife of seventy-one years: Germaine Lamers; six children: Reg (Shirley) Lamers of Long Grove, Illinois; Jerry (June) Lamers of Sun Prairie; Jack (Judy) Lamers of Centerville, Ohio; Don (Sue) Lamers of St. Louis, Missouri; Karen Hughes of Brookfield; and Bill (Leslie) Lamers of Clarkston, Michigan; thirty grandchildren, fifty-one great grandchildren; a brother: Art (Leone) Lamers of Kaukauna; a sister: Agnes Coenen of Kaukauna.< /br> He was preceded in death by his parents, a daughter Marilyn (Frank) Murphy, a son-in-law Mike Hughes, and ten brothers and sisters.< /br> The funeral liturgy for John will be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, November 13, 2004, at HOLY NAME CATHOLIC CHURCH, 600 E. Kimberly Avenue in Kimberly with Fr. Thomas Pomeroy officiating. Interment will be in the parish cemetery. Friends may call directly at the church on Saturday from 9 a.m. until the hour of the liturgy.< /br> John was a kind, gentle, humble man whose greatest joy was his family. He was devoted to his wife and children, a loving father and grandfather who was supportive and proud of each of his children’s accomplishments in life. He will be remembered for his generosity and willingness to help others. His steadfast faith in the Lord was an inspiration to all who knew him. He was loved deeply by those lucky enough to be touched by his life.< /br> Jansen Fargo Funeral Home204 E. Kimberly Avenue< /br>  

Larson, Bernice (Hietpas)

1985 Appleton Post Crescent dated February 16, 1985; Mrs. Bernice Larson (Hietpas), age 61, died Friday, February 15th, 1985. She was born September 3rd, 1923, in Little Chute. She had lived into Kaukauna since 1960. Where she and her husband operated Ted's Wheel shop, until his death in 1968. Survivors include her mother, Mrs. Margaret Hietpas Pennings, of Little Chute; two daughters and sons in law, Carol and Ron Quaintance, Linda and Fred Sprangers, all of Kaukauna; four sons and daughters in law,, Jerry and Mary, of Cedarburg, Don and Joyce, William and Yong, all of Kaukauna; John and Julie, of Menasha, six brothers, Art, William, Mark, and Dennis Hietpas, all of Little Chute; Owen, of Leesburg Florida, and Paul, of Coleman, four sisters, Mrs. Henry (Pat) Tatro, Kaukauna, Mrs. Casey (Betty) VanderSanden, and Margaret Hietpas, all of Little Chute, Mrs. William (Shirley) Mattern, of Menasha; and 19 grandchildren. The funeral will be at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at Holy Cross Catholic Church Kaukauna, with Reverend Mike Hoffmann officiating. Internment will be in St. Mary's cemetery, Kaukauna.

Larson, Theodore

1968 Appleton Post Crescent dated April 29th, 1968; Mr. Theodore (Ted) Larson, age 54, passed away Sunday afternoon after a brief illness. He was born April 23rd, 1914 in Roanoke, Virginia. Together with his wife he owned and operated Ted's Bicycle shop in Kaukauna. He was also employed at Combined Paper Mills since 1946. He was a member of the Pulp and Sulfite Workers Local 144. He is survived by his wife, Bernice; three daughters, Mrs. James (Patricia) Bridger, Nashota, Wis., Mrs. Ronald (Carol) Quaintance, Kaukauna and Mrs. Fred (Linda) Sprangers, Kimberly; four sons, Gerald, Appleton, and Donald, William and the Jack all at home; and at seven grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 10:00 a.m. at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Kaukauna and that burial will be in the parish cemetery.

Larson, William

2004 Appleton Post Crescent dated 10/28/2004; William A. Larson, Menasha, age 50, died suddenly on Friday October 22, 2004. Bill was born April 24, 1954 to the late Theodore and Bernice (Hietpas) Larson in Little Chute, WI. He enlisted into the U.S. Air Force on June 28, 1972 and served until his honorable discharge on August 10, 1975. Bill married the former Yong Kim on July 30, 1970 at the U.S. Embassy in Korea. Together they raised two children. She survives. He was presently employed at EDL Corp. working as an Electrical Controls Engineer. Bill was a man devoted to family and church. In his earlier years, he had enjoyed working as a lay deacon and a Sunday school teacher. Bill was presently an active member of Peace United Methodist Church.< /br>He is survived by his wife, Yong Larson; his daughter, Veronica (fiance, Jesse Burshem) Larson; his son, Ted (Amy) Larson; three brothers, Jerry (Mary) Larson, Don Larson and Jack (Lori) Larson and two sisters, Carol Quantice and Linda Sprangers.< /br>He was preceded in death by his parents, and two brothers in law, Ron Quantice and Fred Sprangers.< /br>Bill’s funeral service will be 11 a.m. on Saturday October 29, 2004 at PEACE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH, 2300 Wisconsin Avenue, Kaukauna with Rev. Timothy J. Albrecht officiating. Friends will be received on Saturday at Church from 9 a.m. until the time of service. All are welcome to process to St. Mary’s Cemetery for committal prayers. Full Military Burial Rites will be performed at the cemetery by the VFW 3319. A memorial is being established in Bill’s name. The Boettcher Family Funeral Home, Kaukauna is assisting the family. 766-2099.

Lauters, Henry

obit missing

Lauters, Mary (Schimberg)

1969 Ozaukee Press dated 12/18/1969; Mary Lauters; Funeral services will be held Thursday, Dec 18, for Mary Lauters, who died early Tuesday morning at her home at Rt. 1, Box 354, town of Port Washington, at the age of 71. Mrs. Lauters lived in northern Ozaukee county all of her life. She was born to Peter and Margret Ruppert schimberg of Belgium, Wis. June 24, 1898. On Aug 19, 1924 she married Henry Lauters of the town of Port Washington at St. Mary Church, Lake Church, and farmed in the area with her husband. He preceded her in death in October 1944. Mrs. Lauters was a member of the Christian Mothers Society. Survivors are a daughter, Mrs. Gregory (Lavern) Leider of Fredonia; a son, Melvin Lauters of town of Port Washington; eight grandchildren and one great grandchild; a sister, Mrs. Lowell (Helen) Aldrich of Long Island, NY. Services will be held at Poole Funeral Home. Burial will be in Holy Cross Cemetery in Belgium, WIs.

Lauters, Melvin

1990 Ozaukee Press dated 9/6/1990; Melvin Lauters; Funeral services were held at 8 p.m. Wednesday Sept 5 at St. Peter of Alcantara Catholic church for Melvin Lauters, 64. Father Paul Lippert officiated at the service. A visitation for Mr Lauters was held Wednesday at Poole Funeral home. Entombment was in St. Mary's Cemetery, Port Washington. Mr. Lauters, who suffered from cancer for many years died Tuesday Sept. 4 at his 415 W Norport Dr. Residence. He was a native of the Town of Port Washington, born to Henry and Mary Schimberg Lauters on July 18, 1926. He married Pearl Karrels at St. Mary's Catholic church on Oct 9, 1948. Mr. Lauters was a Town of Port Washington dairy farmer who retired in 1976. He is survived by his wife and 4 children, James of Burlingame, Ca., Mary Lauters of Port Washington, Sue Meurer of Cedarburg and Ron Lauters of Port Washington, and four grandchildren. He is further survived by a sister Lavern Leider of Fredonia. Memorials to St. Peter's Endowment fund are suggested.

Leis, Cecelia Mary

Unknown Newspaper ; Cecelia ‘Cel' M. Leis< /br> Sparta, Wis. — Cecelia Mary Leis, 86, of Sparta passed away Thursday, Dec. 9, 2004, at Franciscan Skemp Nursing Home in Sparta.< /br> She was born in Pine Hollow, rural Cashton, Wis., on Sept. 6, 1918, to Henry and Kathryn (Seitz) Leis. She was baptized and confirmed at Ss. Peter and Paul Catholic Church in Pine Hollow, as well as being educated in the parish school.< /br> Cel was raised on a farm in the Pine Hollow area. She was 20 years old and working in La Crosse when her mother died suddenly of pneumonia. She moved back home on the farm to keep house for her father and cared for her younger brothers and sister. When her youngest brother married, she moved to Cashton with her father and worked as a telephone switchboard operator for 10 years. She then worked 15 years in Sparta as a phone operator, until the Sparta office went to direct dial, at which time she retired. She thoroughly enjoyed her time as phone operator. Cel was a loyal Chicago Cubs baseball fan from her childhood until the time of her death.< /br> Cel is survived by one sister, Elaine Leis of Sparta; two brothers, Floyd (Harriet) Leis of Cashton and Joseph (Ardella) Leis of Cashton; one sister-in-law, Louella Leis of Middle Ridge, Wis.; and many nieces, nephews and friends.< /br> She was preceded in death by her mother, Kathryn in 1938; and father, Henry in 1966; one brother, Eugene Leis; and a nephew, John, who was killed in Vietnam in 1971.< /br> A Mass of Christian Burial is planned for 10:30 a.m. Monday, Dec. 13, at St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Sparta. The Rev. Mark Walljasper will officiate. Burial will follow in Pine Hollow Cemetery. Family and friends are invited for visitation from 5 to 8 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 12, at St. Patrick's Catholic Church and Monday at the church from 9:30 a.m. until the time of Mass.< /br> Torkelson Page-Smith Funeral Home in Sparta is assisting the family with arrangements. Online condolences are available at www.torkelsonpagesmith.com< /br> I am home in Heaven, dear ones;Oh, so happy and so bright!< /br> There is perfect joy and beautyIn this everlasting light.< /br> All the pain and grief is over,Every restless tossing passed;< /br> I am now at peace forever,Safely home in Heaven at last.< /br>  

Lembcke, Arthur

Lembcke, Catherine (Bougie)

1991 Appleton Post Crescent dated 8/12/1991; Catherine Lembcke, Formerly of Route 3, Seymour, aged 90, died Sunday morning August 11, 1991 at the Good Shepard Nursing Home in Seymour. She was born November 26, 1900 the daughter of the late John and Theodora (Romenesko) Bougie. In November of 1927 she was united in marriage to Arthur H. Lembcke. He preceded in her death on May 24, 1983. Catherine was a school teacher for many years and then farmed with her husband in the Isaar area until her retirernent. She was a member of St. Sebastian Catholic Church in Isaar and Christian Mother of the church. She is survived by six daughters and sons in-laws; Lorraine and Joseph Romenesko Freedom, Shirley and Donald Roskom, Mill Center, Gloria and Francis Busch, Mesa, Arizona, Elaine and Charles Welter, Suring, Delores and Alfred Palmer, Neenah, Marilyn and Fred VanKauwenberg, Route 2, DePere, two sons and a daughter in law, Joseph and Theresa Lembcke, Appleton, William Lembcke, Green Bay; 54 grandchildren' many great grandchildren, a sister Anne Treml, DePere, three brothers, William Bougie, Oshkosh, Norbert Bougie, Florence, Francis Bougie, DePere. She was preceded in death by a son, Carl, and seven brothers and sisters. Services at St. Sebastians Catholic Church Burial will be in the parish cemetery.

Lemmer, Emily (Cripps)

1962 Escanaba, MI. dated 9/13/1962; Mrs. John Lemmer (Emily Cripps)< /br>Formerly of Kaukauna, passed away Wednesday evening at her home after a short illness. Mrs. Lemmer is survived by her husband and one sister, Mrs. Bernard Hartzheim of Appleton. Funeral services will be Saturday at 9 a.m. at St. Joseph Church Escanaba.

Lemmer, John

Obit Missing - Unknown Death date

Lenz, David G

2000 Appleton Post Crescent dated September 10, 2000; David G. Lenz, "Popcorn" David was born March 1st, 1933, in Little Chute, Wisconsin. Went to be with Jesus on Friday, September 8th, 2000. He is the son of the late Bill and Lillian Lenz. He is preceded in death by his dear wife, Janet Lenz Verhagen whom he loved so much. He was also preceded in death by a son, Joey, who died at birth and "Timmer" for 19 years who was a special needs child he helped care for all his life. He is survived by two brothers, Cletus (Marie) Lenz, Richard (Marilyn) Lenz, both of Little Chute. One daughter Lois Lenz, Little chute, three sons, Bill and Janet Lenz, grandchildren Ben, Nate and Seth, Little Chute; Bob and Carol Lenz, grandchildren, Amber, Danielle, David, Joyel, Tim, Little Chute; Jim and Mary Lenz grandchildren, Liesha and Bethany of Green Bay. He worked for years at Lenz's Keenway and then SC Shannon Co. He was a devoted follower of the Lord Jesus. He was an active member of Christ The Rock Community Church, and a big supporter of Life Promotions. He will be remembered for being a faithful husband, an awesome dad, a super grandpa, a loyal friend, a special brother in Christ, a great neighbor, a true gentleman. Whether he was working, fishing, hunting, playing cribbage, checkers, or worshiping at a church service he will be remembered as a Christian who lived what he believed in; the relationships of life. Funeral services will be held 6:30 p.m., Monday September 11th, 2000 at Christ The Rock Community Church of Menasha with Reverend David VandeHei officiating. In lieu of flowers a Memorial fund has been established in his honor.

Lenz, Janis (Verhagen)

1999 Appleton Post Crescent dated August 10, 1999, Janis Mary Lenz, "Ma" (Verhagen) Born January 16th, 1936 in Little Chute; went to be with Jesus on Sunday, August 8th, 1999. She is the daughter of the late Louis Verhagen. She is survived by her mother, Ceil Verhagen, Appleton, a brother, Jerry and Nadine Verhagen, a sister, Eileen and Herald Strauch, her husband, David Lenz, Little Chute, a daughter Lois Lenz, Little Chute; a son, Bill and Janet Lenz and grandchildren, Ben, Nate and Seth, Little Chute, a son, Bob and Carol Lenz and the grandchildren Amber, Danielle, David, Joyel and Tim, Little Chute; the son, Jim and Mary Lenz and grandchildren, Leigha and Bethany, Green Bay. She was also a mother to Joey who died at birth and Timmer for 19 and one-half years, who was a special needs child she cared for all of his life. She was a fully devoted follower of the Lord Jesus and shared a contagious love for him with all who knew her. She was a very active member in the Church of the rock Community Church in Menasha, and a speaker for L.I. F E Promotions, an organization committed to reaching youth. She will be remembered for her passionate love of Christ, her servants heart to, her compassionate and sensitive spirit, her unconditional love of others, her commitment to prayer and worship, and her desire to see others come to know and love Jesus too. She will also be remembered for her love for her family, her phenomenal cooking and hospitality. She enjoyed being at the family cottage with her family. Her family loved her so deeply. She modeled the love and life of Christ to us. We miss you so much. While we grieve our loss, we are comforted to know she is joining his presence, fully.

Leppla, Doris

No Obit found?

Leppla, Marie (Feller)

Mrs. Marie H. Leppla, 88, died Sunday at the Bishop Noa home. She was born November 21st, 1882 in St. John's, Wisconsin, and her husband, Walter, died February 5th, 1963. Mrs. Leppla was a member of the Third Order of St. Francis and St. Joseph Church. She is survived by three daughters, Mrs. James (Zerelda) Little of Chicago, Miss Doris Leppla, of Ashland, Wisconsin, and Mrs. Matthew E. (Helen) Erickson of Chevy Chase, Maryland. One sister, Mrs. Herbert Schowalter of West Bend, Wisconsin, and one grandchild, Michael. Friends may call at the Boyce Funeral home from 432 9:30 p.m. Tuesday and parish prayers will be recited at 8:00 p.m.. Funeral services will be conducted at 9:00 a.m. Wednesday at St. Joseph's church. Burial will be in Holy Cross cemetery.

Leppla, Wallie

No Obit found?

Leroy, Mary (Ryan)

1969 Los Angeles Newspaper dated 1/16/1969; LeRoy, Mary, beloved mother of Sister Mary Patricia LeRoy and Peggy Leroy, sister of Sister Mary Marguerite, O.P. and Sister Mary Benedict, O.P. and Edward Ryan. Requiem Mass Thursday 10 a.m. at St. Monica's Catholic church. Moeller, Murphy and Moeller, Santa Monica, directors.

Leroy, Patrick

Lill, Bernard

Obit Missing - died 9/19/1981 Park Ridge, IL.

Lill, Sara (Bay)

1977 Chicago Tribune dated 4/26/1977; Lill, Sallie Ann, nee Bay, beloved wife of Bernard; loving mother of Leslie Ann Polizzi, Thomas, Jeffrey and Brian; fond grandmother of Frank, Lisa and Daniel; dearest daughter of Ann and the late Edward Bay; dear sister of Clyde, Floyd (Trudi), Ruth (Alex) Schoening; sister in law of Walter Brylak. Resting at the Skala Terrance Funeral Home. Internment All Saints Cemetery.

Little, James A

1993 James A Little; 81, Ashland, Wisconsin, died February 16th at Memorial Medical Center in Ashland. He was born September 16th, 1901 in Keokuk, Iowa, and resided in Chicago most of his life. He attended Iowa State University and received Alpha Bata of Bata Thata Pie award from the University of Iowa. He worked for the U.S. Treasury Department as tax assessor in Chicago for 24 years, where he received the Albert Gallitin award for excellence of service. Mr. Little also worked for the Continental and Illinois National Bank and Trust of Chicago for 22 years. He was preceded in death by his parents, James A and Myrtle Little Sr. and one sister, Madeline Little. He is survived by his wife, the former Zerelda Little, whose family home was Escanaba, one sister, Mrs. Florence Pumphrey, Keokuk, Iowa, and one sister in law. Funeral services will be held from the Schaefer funeral Home in Ashland Wisconsin with the Rev. Douglas Culver officiating. Committal services will be held in Escanaba at the Holy Cross cemetery on Monday at 3:30 p.m. with Rev. Gabriel Buescher officiating. Boyce Funeral home is in charge of local arrangements.

Little, Zerelda (Leppla)

1985 Escanaba Press; Zerelda M. Little, 80, of St. Paul, Minn., died Sunday morning, May 19th, at Bethesda Lutheran Medical Center in St. Paul following a lengthy illness. She was born July 2nd, 1904, in Kaukauna, Wisconsin and was the former Zeralda Leppla. She was married to James Little and 1932, and he preceded her in death on February 10th, 1983. She was a graduate of the Milwaukee State teachers College and taught kindergarten in Washington D.C., for several years. She moved to Chicago where she became the children's program manager for the Litton's department store in Chicago. Survivors include two sisters, Helen Leppla Erickson, a Chevy Chase Maryland, Doris Leppla, Ashland Wisconsin, several cousins. A committal service will be held Thursday, May 23rd, at the Holy Cross cemetery chapel at 1:00 p.m. with Rev. Juvenal Pfalzer officiating. Burial will be in the Holy Cross cemetery. Boyce Funeral home is in charge of arrangements.

Littlefield, Robert

Obit Missing - died 3/17/1993 Laguna Hills, CA.

Lucas, Fred H

Obit Missing - died 11/17/1995 Corona del Mar, CA.

Lucas, Irene (Summers)

Obit Missing died 7/19/1987 Pasadena, CA.

Ludwig, Regina (Jansen)

1992 Appleton Post Crescent dated 10/19/1992; Mrs. Richard Ludwig, Regina Jansen, age 61, died at 5:45 p.m. Saturday October 17th, 1992. She was born May 29th, 1931 in Little Chute, the daughter of the late Henry and Marion Conrad Jansen. She was a member of the Christian Mothers of St. Nicholas Catholic Church, Freedom. Survivors include her husband Richard: two daughters: Deb and Tom VanEperen, of Freedom, Linda and Terry Beyer, of Seymour, a son, Terrance and Susan Ludwig, of Kelly Lake, two sisters, Joyce and Wolcott Anderson, of Oshkosh, Grace and Bruce Schommer, of Legend Lake, five grandchildren, Rod VanEperen, Tyler, Kimberly and Tylyn Ludwig, Kevin Beyer. She was preceded in death by a son, Terry and a grandson, Scott VanEperen. Funeral services will be held at 12 noon Wednesday, October 21st, 1992 at St. Nicholas Catholic Church, Freedom. With the Rev. Dennis Ryan officiating. Internment will be in the parish cemetery.

Ludwig, Richard

2003 Appleton Post Crescent dated 1/3/2003; Ludwig, Richard L. 9411 St. Bernadette Drive, Suring< /br> Richard L. Ludwig, age 76, passed away peacefully with his two daughters by his side on Wednesday morning, January 1, 2003 at Good Shepherd Nursing Home, Seymour. He was born June 1, 1926 in Kaukauna the son of the late Joseph and Monica (Jarocki) Ludwig. On September 22, 1949 he was united in marriage to Regina Jansen in Little Chute. She preceded him in death October 17, 1992. Richard was employed with Vinyl Pro Windows for many years. He was a World War II Army veteran and a member of the Freedom VFW. Dick was a member of St. Nicholas Catholic Church, Freedom.< /br> He is survived by his children: Linda (Terry) Beyer, Seymour; Deb (Tom) Van Eperen, Kaukauna; Terry (Susan) Ludwig, Suring; his grandchildren: Kevin Beyer, UW-Stevens Point; Rodney Van Eperen, Kaukauna; Tyler, Kimberly, Tylynn and Austin Ludwig, Suring. He is further survived by two brothers, Melvin “Curly” and James Ludwig, Las Vegas, NV; a brother-in-law, Jerry Van Camp, Kaukauna; sisters-in-law, Grace (Bruce) Schoemmer, Keshena; Joyce (Wolcott) Anderson, Waupaca; also, his special friend, Elaine Murphy, Appleton; and many nieces, nephews, and friends.< /br> He was preceded in death by his wife, Regina; his son, Gary Ludwig; a grandson, Scott Van Eperen; his sister, Donna Van Camp; and his brothers, Joseph Ludwig, Jr.; Robert (Donna) Ludwig; and Ronald Ludwig.< /br> Friends may call at St. Nicholas Catholic Church, Freedom from 9 a.m. on Saturday, January 4, 2003 until the Mass of Christian Burial at 12 noon with Father Dennis Ryan officiating. The burial will be in the parish cemetery. The Muehl-Boettcher Funeral Home, Seymour is assisting the family.< /br> In our hearts his family will always appreciate everything that Dad’s best friend, Elaine Murphy, has done to help us through the difficult times. She was always there for us. A special thank you is extended to the staff at Good Shepherd Nursing Home, Seymour. Their special care was always a priority and outstanding.

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Madigan, Marion (McGrath)

1978 Green Bay Press Gazette dated 1/17/1978; Mrs. Edward H. Madigan, (Marion) 80, 1848 Glenview Ave. Village of Howard, died Monday afternoon at a local hospital. She was a member of the VFW Auxiliary and the Christian Mothers of St. John the Baptist Church. Survivors include one son James, Green Bay, six grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband and one son, Robert. ....Entombment in Nicolet Memorial Gardens.

Mattern, Douglas

Missing Obit

Mattern, Shirley (Hietpas)

1988 Appleton Post Crescent dated 9/16/1988; Mrs. William Mattern, (Shirley Hietpas), age 54, passed away Friday, September 16th, 1988, at home after a five year battle with cancer. She was born August 4th, 1934, in Little Chute, the daughter of William and Margaret Verhagen Hietpas. We asked why did have to be like this, there was no answer. As we tearfully watched her active life fade away, we realized how special to each one of us she really was. Day passed on as we realized there was no cure, and life would be different for us someday. We were scared and so was she, but she was now in God's hands, even more now than before. We knew she would soon be leaving as, for a life beyond our earthly comprehension. She would now be living with those that have left ahead of us all. We knew she would be happy and active once again, she would be OK. The memory of her special touch will live in our hearts forever. Until we meet again, she is now at peace forever, safely home in heaven. She married William Mattern, August 21st, 1954. She worked for Best Bakery in Menasha until her illness and was a loving wife and mother at home. Shirley was a member of the St. Mary Catholic Church, Menasha. She enjoyed fishing, hunting and winter sports. Survivors include her husband, William; a son, Glenn; three daughters and sons in law: Donna and Steven Hetzel, Jill Mattern and her fiancee, Don Tschirgi; Dorrie and Stan Houk; four grandchildren: Olivia and Noah Mattern, Angela and Stephanie Hetzel; her mother, Mrs. Margaret Penning's, Kaukauna; five brothers and four sisters in law: Arthur and Irene Hietpas, Appleton; Paul and Ethel Hietpas, Coleman; Owen and Irene Hietpas, of Leesburg, Fla.; Mark and Ruth Hietpas, Little Chute; Dennis Hietpas, Kaukauna: three sisters and brothers in law: Mrs. Henry Tatro; Betty and Casey Vandersanden, Little Chute; Margie Hietpas, Kaukauna; and a good friend Carol. She was preceded in death by her father; an infant son, Douglas; a sister, Bernice Larson; and a brother, William. Funeral services will be Monday September 19th, 1988 at 10:30 a.m. at St. Mary Catholic Church, Menasha. Burial will be in St. Mary's Cemetery Menasha.< /br> < /br>  

McCann, Katherine (Farrell)

Obit Missing - died 10/2/2000 Issaquah, WA.

McCann, Thomas J

Obit Missing - died 11/27/1993 Seattle, WA.

McCauley, Josephine (Pennings)

1959 Appleton Post Crescent dated 11/5/1959; Josephine McCauley, Mrs. Josephine Pennings McCauley, 62, of 739 E. Washington street died at 6;45 am today after a 4 month illness. She was born Oct. 11, 1897 in Freedom and lived her for the last 40 years. She was a housekeeper at the Monte Alverno Retreat House for the last 7 years. Funeral services will be 9 am Saturday at St. joseph's Catholic Church with burial in St. Mary's cemetery. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Elmer McCollum and a son Kenneth, both of Appleton; three brothers, John Pennings, New Franken; Arthur Pennings, Readfield and Leo Pennings, Cleveland, WIs.; four sisters, Mrs. Toney Derus and Mrs. Leo Benotch both of Kaukauna, Mrs. Herman Penterman, route 1, Appleton and Mrs. Marvin Green, New Franken, and 6 grandchildren.

McCleary, Marjorie (Harney)

2002 Marjorie Ann McCleary (nee Harney) age 70, of Park Forest, formerly of Duluth Minnesota. Beloved wife of the late John Otis McCleary. Dearest Mother of Lance (Mary) McCleary of New Lenox, Illinois; and Patrick (Lori) McCleary of Crete, Illinois. Loving grandmother of Patrick McCleary of New Lenox Illinois. Fond sister of Marion Newberry of Santa Barbara, Calif. and John (Sharon) Harney of Esko, Minnesota. Dearest friend of Frances Cook of Canada and Evelyn McCarry of Park Forest Illinois. Marjorie was employed 17 years as a Police Dispatcher with the Park Forest Police Department. Memorial visitations 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Thursday at Lain-Sullivan Funeral Home Park Forest.

McCleary John O

Obit Missing - died 7/17/2000 Park Forest, IL.

McDaniel, Robert

Ripon Commonwealth Press dated 6/29/1995

Robert G. McDaniel, 73, of 242 Oshkosh Street, Ripon, passed away of bone cancer on June 21st, 1995, at Park View Care Center, Ripon.  He was born March 5th, 1922, in Kaukauna, a son to the late George and Florence McDaniel.  On June 22nd 1950, he married Rosella “Rosie” Zelten, and she passed away on July 5th, 1985, after 34 years of marriage.  He was a first lieutenant in the 32nd infant infantry Division during World War Two and was a former commander of the American Legion post of  Ripon and a member of the Ripon VFW.  Bob was a University of Wisconsin Madison graduate.  He had lived in Ripon the past 38 years.  Prior to moving to Ripon on he was International Harvester District Manager in Green Bay.  He later purchased the Schlueter- McDaniel insurance agency in Ripon.  He is survived by his sons and daughters, Dick (Judy) of Minneapolis, Eileen of Cottonwood, Arizona, Terry of Minneapolis, Tom  (Renee) of Coralville, Iowa, Mary (Kevin) Uhen of Scottsdale Ariz., and Peggy of Oshkosh; four grandchildren; and his fiancee Shirley Williams.  He is further survived by brothers and sisters, twin brother Bill (Jean) of Minnetonka, Minnesota, Ann of DePere, Tom (Monica) of West Bend, Pat (Lorraine) of Racine, Rita (Ray) of Brookfield and Marie Schomish of Waupun.  He was preceded in death by one brother, James, and one granddaughter, Malissa.  Friends and family were very important to him and he enjoyed having people around.  Bob enjoyed the violin, golf, fishing, telling stories and traveling.  A memorial Mass was held at 10:00 a.m. Monday June 26th, 1995, at St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Ripon where he was a member.  The Rev. John A. Schmitz officiated.  Internment was in St. Patrick's Catholic cemetery town Ripon.  A memorial has been established in his name for Hospice Hope.

 

 

 

McDaniel, Rosella (Zelten)

 

Ripon Commonwealth Press Rosella McDaniel,

Rosella “Rosie” McDaniel, 59, 317 Tygert Street, died Friday July 5th, at Ripon Memorial Hospital.  She is born February 26th, 1926, in dePere, the daughter of Albert and Maris Zelton.  She was educated in DePere where she worked in the DePere City Clerk's Office.  She has also lived in Manitowoc, Green Bay and in Ripon since 1957.  Mrs. McDaniel married Robert McDaniel July 22nd, 1950 in Depere.  She was a member of St. Patrick's Catholic Church and the altar society.  She was a Cub Scout leader and a poll clerk for the city of Ripon.  She was a member of the Woman's Club, Hospital Auxiliary, Parent Teacher Organization, and Tuscumbia and Mascoutin Country clubs.  Surviving in addition to her husband are sons, Dick McDaniel of Minneapolis Minnesota, and Tom McDaniel of Eau Claire; four daughters, Eileen of Ripon, Terry of Tempe Arizona, Mary Uhen, of Tempe Arizona and Peggy of Bayfield; four brothers, Art Zelton of Bloomfield Hills, Mich., Walter Zelton of Oak Park Ill., Don Zelton, of Scarborough Mass., and Norbert Zelton, of Fort Atkinson; three sisters, Mrs. Agnes Layde of Marco Island, Florida, Mrs. Eleanor Kant, of Janesville and Mrs. Mary Ellen LaConte of Lakewood.  Services were held Monday, July 8th, at 10:00 a.m. at St. Patrick's Catholic Church, and the Rev. John Schmitz officiating.  Burial was in St. Patrick's cemetery, town of Ripon.  Local arrangements are by Butzin-Marchant funeral home.

 

 

McGowan, Dorothy (Summers)

 

Obit Missing - died 2/2/2001 Covina, CA.

 

 

 

 

McGrath, Theodora (Romenesko)

 

1961 Green Bay Press Gazette dated 5/6/1961; Mrs. Dora McGrath; 90, 326 S. Irwin Ave. died Friday evening in a local hospital after a short illness. She was born on Feb. 28, 1871 at Freedom, but lived in Green Bay most of her life. Her husband James died in 1925. Survivors are two daughters, Mrs. Walter Photenhauer and Mrs. Edward Madigan, Green Bay; four grandchildren and 13 great grand children. Burial will be in Allouez Cemetery.

 

 

Meehan, Louise (Ruppert)

 

1922 Rocky Mountain News dated March 2nd 1922, Louise Ruppert MEEHAN, March 1st at residents, 911 A Klamath street, beloved mother of Mrs. Henry Monahan, John Meehan and Mrs. James Carnsew; a sister of Mrs. Joseph Wachter and Mrs. Anthony Hackethal. Remains at Theodore Hackethal's mortuary. Notice of funeral later.< /br> < /br> 1922 Rocky Mountain News dated March 3rd 1922, MEEHAN, The funeral of Louise Meehan, beloved mother of Mrs. Henry Monahan, John Meehan and Mrs. James Carnsew, sister of Mrs. Joseph Wachter and Mrs. Anthony Hackethal, will take place from the residence, 911 Klamath street; Saturday at 9:00 a.m.. Requiem High Mass at St. Joseph's Church at 9:30 a.m.. Internment at Fairmont.

 

 

Meehan, Michael

 

1900 Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado dated April 25, 1900;< /br> FACED DEATH FOR OTHERS; Engineer Mike Meehan of the Rio Grande Saves Lives of Passengers< /br> A Rio Grande engineer stood at his post of duty yesterday afternoon and faced a horrible death, in order to save the lives of over 150 passengers. Engineer Michael Meehan of light engine No. 804 was trying desperately to set the auxiliary brakes with a monkey wrench when his locomotive was running wildly down the hill north of Sedalia, the ride ending with a terrible crash as the engine struck passenger train No. 11, ascending the hill. The air brakes were disabled and the eccentric would not work to reverse the engine. A last chance lay in setting the auxiliary brakes. A collision with the passenger at full speed meant terrible loss of life and the engineer took the chance of being killed in order to do all in his power to save others. With a crash the monsters struck, head on, and the brave engineer was crushed between the tender and engine. It was 4:05 o'clock yesterday afternoon when the accident happened, the passenger having departed from Denver about an hour earlier. Although the efforts of the engineer did not prevent the collision, his heroism in doing more than his duty mitigated the accident. None but the engineer were hurt. Henry Hansen, fireman on the light engine jumped, as did the men on engine 527, which was drawing the passenger. All were slightly bruised. Given Best Attention< /br> Engineer Meehan was attended by Dr. J.B. Devlin, the company physician, who went to the scene of the wreck with the crew sent out to clear the road. He was placed on the Santa Fe train and arrived in the city at 8 o'clock last night. The injured engineer was taken to his home at 568 South Water Street and given the best of medical attention.< /br> Meehan's injuries are considered serious because the exact nature of them cannot be determined. He complains of pains in the pit of the stomach and in the abdomen and is undoubtedly hurt internally. The only visible injuries are a few cuts and bruises about the face. Meehan did not lose consciousness and suffered a great deal of pain. An encouraging sign was the absence of hemorrhage.< /br> Both locomotives were derailed and badly smashed. None of the coaches of the passenger train left the track, however, and no one was hurt except the engineer who tried to avert the collision. The rails were torn up for some distance and traffic stopped about six hours.< /br> It was 300 yards east of Toluca switch that the wreck occurred. The engine was scheduled to pass the passenger at this point. Being without a train, it was going at a high rate of speed to make the switch. No. 11 was climbing the hill rather slowly. Engineer George Root did not understand that there was something wrong with the other locomotive until it was almost upon his train. Then he realized the danger indicated by the warning blasts of the whistle and reversed his engine and jumped.< /br> Dodged Approaching Death< /br> When Root saw the light engine coming it was several hundred yards beyond the switch. The occupant of the cab of the runaway, however, was busy trying to stop. He cast frantic glances ahead, knowing that the passenger was about due, and expecting every moment that the valve would yield to his wrench and apply the brakes. Finding it was too late, however, he began pulling his whistle with the most agonizing shrieks imaginable. It required at least thirty seconds for Root to catch the full significance of the blasts and then there was hasty work on his engine. Yanking the sand lever wide open, he shut off steam and opened the air valve at the emergency point, at the same time pulling back the reverse lever to form an air cushion in the steam cylinders. All this was done so rapidly that it required probably two seconds for the whole performance. Root's fireman was down in the gangway and was warned with a yell to jump. Out he went and just an instant before the crash Root followed.< /br> Meehan did not attempt to jump. He had pulled into the siding and Fireman Hansen was behind closing the switch. The engine was rolling along about as fast as a walk, when the fireman came up and started to climb aboard. Meehan suddenly told him he could not stop the engine and thought that by running he could get down below the north end of the switch and flag the approaching express. The fireman started to run ahead, but the engine increased its speed and soon caught him. Then he jumped up on the pilot and began waving his arms and finally his jacket in an effort to warn the engineer ahead. This was unsuccessful and Meehan began to toot the whistle and the fireman jumped. Meehan remained on board, and tried to get out of the way of the sides of the tank, which were certain to crush him against the boiler when the crash came. He could not get quite far enough and was caught and squeezed in bad shape when the engines came together. The two machines met and wrestled in mighty throes for at least fifteen seconds, and during all this time - it seemed like an hour - the passengers were wondering what was coming next. They were almost thrown out of the windows by the sudden reversing and application of air, but the heavy coaches in the rear were tightly locked to the rails and took up much of the buffing.< /br> Roar of Awful Conflict< /br> The final crash was terrifying, for with the grinding and breaking of steel and iron was added the roar and hiss of escaping steam, which lasted for several minutes and hid from view the awful scene up ahead. Then the work of relief started and to the astonishment of everybody the brave engineer was alive, although badly hurt and suffering great agony.< /br> A great deal of work was required to open the road because the two heavy engines were so badly smashed ad interlocked. Trains No.2 and No. 19 were due at the scene of the wreck soon after it occurred. Both were compelled to stop because of it. The passengers and baggage on the two trains were transferred to No.11, which brought them to Denver, arriving at 9 o'clock. The load of No. 11 was taken on by the trains on the other side of the wreck.< /br> The injured engineer has been in constant service with the Rio Grande for seventeen years. He had never been injured before, and was considered one the best men in the employ of the company. He has a wife and five children.< /br> < /br> The following is taken from the personal injury records of the Denver & Rio Grande Railroad Co.: Date: April 24, 1900; Train: Ex (express) Michael Meehan, Engineer, Denver Place: Toluca< /br> Fatally injured. Died the following day. In head end collision between light engine #804 that he was running and train #11. It is claimed that engine #804 could not be stopped owing to airbrakes being defective, no wheels on hand brakes in tank and piston head coming off in right cylinder, rendering water brake reverse lever and throttle practically useless. Probably caught between corner of tanks and cab of engine in attempting to set hand brake with monkey wrench.< /br> Claim paid: July 14, 1900 $1500 Louise Meehan, wife< /br> < /br> 1900 Denver Post; April 27, 1900; FUNERAL OF MICHAEL MEEHAN; Many Friends Pay Tribute to a Brave Engineer< /br> A large crowd of friends gathered at St. Joseph's Church at 9:30 o'clock this morning to do honor to Michael Meehan. The services were held for this brave engineer, who met with the accident that caused his death, while at the post of duty, were held under the auspices of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, Division No. 451 and the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen, Division 273. The coffin was heaped about with beautiful floral offerings. Reverend Father Brandt officiated. The pall bearers, all of whom were members of one of the two orders in charge, were Patrick Keneran, Frank Hockenburger, Henry Henson, James Slattery and John Dale.< /br> A short service was conducted at the grave by the lodges. John T. Brown, chaplain and J.W. Rice, chief engineer officiating.< /br> (The Denver Daily News lists his place of burial as Mount Calvary Cemetery.)< /br> < /br> 1900 Port Washington Star; Saturday, May 12, 1900; Michael Meehan, an engineer on the Rio Grande railway, who 17 years ago was a resident of this city, heroically stood at his post and saved the lives of 150 passengers near Sedalia, (about 15 miles south of Denver) on Tuesday, April 24 and gave up his own. The cause of the accident was the disabling of the air brakes, but instead of trying to save his own life he remained on the engine and set the auxiliary brakes with a wrench. The speed of the train was slackened, but the engine crashed into another and Meehan was killed. No other person was hurt. He left a wife and five children. The funeral was held Friday, April 27 and was largely attended.< /br>  

 

 

 

Meulemans, Cecilia (Verhagen)

 

1996 Obit Appleton Post Crescent dated 11/4/96; Ceil M. Meulemans, Wrightstown, age 83, died Sunday morning, November 3, 1996 at the St. Paul home in Kaukauna. She was born on November 21st, 1912 on a farm near Freedom, Wisconsin, the daughter of the late Henry G. and Wilhelmina (Weyers) Verhagen. The former Cecilia Mary Verhagen and Norbert S. Meulemans were united in marriage on September 2nd, 1937 at St. Nicholas Catholic Church in Freedom and the couple spent their lives on a farm near Wrightstown. Ceil was a member of St. Paul Catholic Church in Wrightstown and the Christian Mother's Society at the church. She was a former member of St. Paul's Martha choir and was a member of the Wrightstown Golden Agers. Ceil is survived by her husband, Norbert, whom she shared 59 years of marriage and their seven children and spouses, Vernon and Monica Meulemans, of Wrightstown, Donna and Paul Uitenbroek, of Darboy, Kenneth and Mary Lynn Meulemans, of rural DePere, Diane and Jerome Schreiber, of Darboy; Joyce and Glenn Hansen, of Kaukauna; Dennis and Chris Meulemans, of Whitelaw, Jeff and Carol Meulemans, of Wrightstown; 36 grandchildren and 34 great-grandchildren She is also survived by two sisters Agatha Nussbaum, of Kaukauna, Millie (Ervin) DeBruin, of Appleton, seven brothers, Ben (Margie) Verhagen, of Kaukauna, Larry (Gladys) Verhagen, of Kaukauna, Father Norbert Verhagen, of Los Altos Calif., Raymond Verhagen, of Appleton, Father Donald Verhagen, Milwaukee, Richard (Monnie) Verhagen, of Kaukauna, Sylvester (Minerva) Verhagen, of Kaukauna, a sister in law, Rose Verhagen; along with numerous nieces and nephews and many special friends. Ceil was preceded in death by two great-grandchildren: Ben and Erin; a sister and brother in law, Martha and Ignatius Schuh, three brothers and a sister-in-law Lloyd and Doris Verhagen, Francis in infancy and Edward, a brother in law Ray Nussbaum. Friends may call after 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday at St. Paul Catholic Church in Wrightstown until the time of service. Concelebrated Mass of Christian burial will be held at 7:00 p.m. Tuesday at the church with her brothers: Father Norbert Verhagen and Father Donald Verhagen along with St. Paul pastor Father Elroy Reimer as celebrants. Burial will be Wednesday in St. Paul parish cemetery. Seven of Ceil's grandson's will serve at as pallbearers, Dan Meulemans, Tony Uitenbroek, Mike Meulemans, Greg Schrieber, Jim Hansen, Abe Meulemans, and Kyle Meulemans. In lieu of flowers a Memorial Fund has been established. Mother, we call her, but other titles she has acquired; Grandmother, Great-Grandmother, musician, choir member, a chef, a gardener, and faithful wife. What wonderful treasures she left each of us to carry on her strong spirit.Your memory will always be in our hearts. Special thanks are extended to the nurses and staff said St. Paul Home and Colony Oaks for your kindness.< /br> < /br>  

Meulemans, Norbert

1998 Obit Appleton Post Crescent dated 1/15/98; Norbert S. Meulemans, Wrightstown, age 85 and died unexpectedly at his home Monday evening, January 12th, 1998. Born on October 20th, 1912 on a farm near Wrightstown. Norbert was the sixth of nine children born to the late Edward C. and Barbara Buechel) Meulemans. On September 2nd, 1937 he married Ceil Verhagen at St. Nicholas Catholic Church in Freedom. They spent their lives on a dairy farm near Wrightstown were Norbert was well-known for his registered Holstein cattle. After selling the farm to his youngest son, Jeff in 1979, he returned it daily to help with chores he loved dearly. He was a lifetime member of St. Paul's Catholic Church in Wrightstown where he was a member of the Holy Name Society and a trustee for 16 years. In 1956 he was instrumental in the building of the present school. He was also a member of the Wrightstown Catholic Knights, a lifetime member of the State and National Holstein Association, a Farm Bureau member, 4-H leader, honorary member of the Reedsville sportsman Club, member of the Wrightstown Golden Agers, and did volunteer work, especially with the maintenance of St. Paul cemetery. He enjoyed hunting, wood cutting, baseball and football and love to play sheepshead, especially with fellow senior citizens! Norb is survived by his seven children and their spouses: Vernon and Monica Meulemans, of Wrightstown; Donna and Paul Uitenbroek, of Darboy; Kenneth and Mary Lynn Meulemans, of rural DePere; Diane and Jerome Schrieber, of Darboy; Joyce and Glenn Hansen, of Kaukauna; Dennis and Chris Meulemans, of Whitelaw; Jeff and Carol Meulemans, of Wrightstown; 36 grandchildren, and 38 great-grandchildren. He is also survived by four sisters and a brother in law, Margaret Frahm, of Appleton, Edna Spierings, of Little Chute; Lorain and William Green, of Kaukauna; Evelyn Blick, of Appleton; and a brother in law, Bob Leidel. He is further survived by his wife's two sisters and seven brothers and their spouses. Nor was preceded in death by his wife, Ceil, who died November 3rd, 1996 and two great-grandchildren, Ben and Erin; three sisters and two brothers in law: Mamie Leidel, Mildred and Cliff Arnoldussen, Regina and Martin Kieffer, a brother and sister in law, Emil and Marie Meulemans, and three brothers in law, Joseph Frahm, Henry Spierings, and John Blick. Six of Norb's grandson's will serve as pallbearers, Jim Meulemans, Gary Schrieber, Mike Meulemans, Tony Uitenbroek, Jim Hansen and Abe Meulemans. Friends may call at St. Paul Catholic Church in Wrightstown on Friday from 4:00 until 7:00 p.m. The mass of resurrection will be at St. Paul's Church on Friday evening at 7:30 p.m. with Father Elroy E. Reimer officiating. Burial in the parish cemetery.

Micke, Henry  (1827-1912)

Milbach, Annacel (Conrad)

Appleton Post Crescent dated 9/19/1971, Mrs. Annacel (Nick) Milbach, 308 and half East 7th Street, Kaukauna, age 64, passed away late Friday after a short illness.  She was born February 16th, 1907 at Freedom and had lived  in the Kaukauna area most of her lifetime and prior to her retirement this year having worked at the Kaukauna high-school on the school lunch program for over six years.  She was a member of the Christian Mothers altar Society of St. Mary's Catholic Church, Kaukauna.  Survivors are four daughters, Mrs. Lester (Betty) Bevers, of Kimberly; Mrs. Hoyt (Bonnie) Vrooman, of Egg Harbor; Mrs. Roman (Shirley) Franken, of New Mexico; Mrs. John (Vivian) Artiglier, of Dover New Jersey; five sons, William and Nicholas, both Kaukauna; Robert, of Tennessee; Richard, of Texas; Daniel, of Combined Locks; six brothers, Joseph Conrad, Wenzel, Peter, Leonard, Leo, all of Kaukauna; Sylvester, of Sturgeon Bay; four sisters, Mrs. Martha Scholz, of Little Chute; Mrs. Dean Leonard, Leo, all Kaukauna; Mrs. Cyril (Margaret) VanHimbergen and Mrs. Henry (Marie) Jansen both of Kimberly; 27 grandchildren.  Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday from St. Mary's Catholic Church, Kaukauna.  Internment will follow in the parish cemetery.  Friends may call at the Greenwood funeral home after 2:00 p.m. Monday with the rosary at 7:00 p.m. and a prayer service at 8:00 p.m. Monday.

 

Milbach, Nicholas

1968 Appleton Post Crescent dated September 24th, 1968, Nick S. Milbach, Sr., age 64, passed away Monday morning of a heart attack. He was born December 9th, 1903 in Kaukauna. He worked at Thilmany's until 1927. He was a custodian for the Kaukauna High School for 31 years from 1927 until 1958 when he retired because of ill health. He was a member of St. Mary's Holy Name Society and the Kaukauna Fraternal Order of Eagles. Survivors are his wife, Anacel; five daughters, Mrs. Les (Betty) Bevers, of Kimberly, Mrs. Bonnie Engerson, of Egg Harbor, Mrs. Roman (Shirley) Franken, of Albuquerque New Mexico, Pat Milbach, at home and Mrs. Vivian Artigleir, of Dover, New Jersey; five sons, William and Nick Jr., of Kaukauna, Robert, of Appleton, Richard, of Amarillo Texas, and Dan of Combined Locks; one brother, Isaac Milbach, of Appleton and; one sister, Mrs. Ann Feldmeyer, of Milwaukee and 24 grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 11 at 10:00 a.m. at St. Mary Catholic Church Kaukauna. Internment will be in the parish cemetery the Rev. Charles Fredricks will officiate.

Milbach, Nicholas John

2004 Appleton Post Crescent dated 12/7/2004; Milbach, Nicholas J.< /br> Nicholas J. Milbach, Kaukauna, age 75, died on Sunday, December 5, 2004 at St. Elizabeth Hospital. Nick was born December 21, 1928 to the late Nicholas S. and Annacel (Conrad) Milbach in Kaukauna. He married the former Dorothy Baumgarten on May 1st, 1950 at St. Mary’s Catholic Church. Nick worked at Thilmany Pulp and Paper for 45 years.< /br> He was active at St. Mary’s Parish as a Eucharistic Minister and served in many other capacities. He also volunteered for many years with the Boy Scouts and was a longtime caretaker of the Girl Scout day camp, Winnecomac. Nick enjoyed the outdoors and sharing his time and knowledge with the many young people he knew thru scouting. Nick’s love of work and helping others will be remembered by all his friends and family.< /br> He is survived by his wife, Dorothy Milbach; his daughter, Barb (Joe) DeMars; three sons: Mike Milbach, Don Milbach and Todd Milbach; three grandchildren: Calvin Milbach, Kevin Milbach and Michelle (Scott) Schroth: two brothers, Richard Milbach and Dan (Marlene) Milbach; three sisters: Betty (Les) Bevers, Bonnie Milbach and Shirley Franklin and many aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews.< /br> He was preceded in death by his parents and two brothers: William and Robert.< /br> Nick’s Mass of Christian Burial will be 11 a.m. on Thursday December 9, 2004 at ST MARY of the ANNUNCIATION CATHOLIC CHURCH with Fr. Robert A. Udulutsch, OFM Cap. officiating. Friends will be received on Wednesday December 8, 2004 at the Boettcher Family Funeral Home 2401 Fieldcrest Drive, Kaukauna from 4:00 pm until the 7:30 p.m. Parish Prayer Service and again on Thursday at Church from 10 am until the time of service. A memorial is being established to benefit Camperships at Gardner Dan, B.S.A. The Boettcher Family Funeral Home, Kaukauna is assisting the Milbach family. 766-2099.< /br> < /br>  

Milbach, Robert J.

2003 Appleton Post Crescent dated 12/17/2003; Milbach, Robert J., Kaukauna< /br>Age 73, died Tuesday morning, December 16, 2003. He was born March 16, 1930, to the late Nicholas and Annacecile (Conrad) Milbach, in Kaukauna and had been a Fox Valley resident for the last 30 years. He served with the U. S. Army during the Korean Conflict. Robert enjoyed hunting, fishing and stock car racing. Survivors include his wife Kasey (Smith) Milbach, to whom he had been married for 35 years; four children, David Milbach, Appleton; Gary Milbach, Antigo; Linda; Robert F. Milbach, Appleton; three brothers and three sisters, Nick (Dorothy) Milbach, Kaukauna; Betty (Les) Bevers, Kaukauna; Bonnie Milbach, Sturgeon Bay; Richard Milbach, Texas; Daniel (Marlene) Milbach, Rhine-lander; Shirley Frankin, New Mexico. He was preceded in death by his brother, William Milbach. A memorial service for Robert will be held at 1:00 pm, Thursday, December 18, 2003, at ST. PAUL HOME CHAPEL, 316 East 14th Street, Kaukauna, with Father David Funk officiating. A memorial fund is being established. FARGO FUNERAL HOME 400 East Wisconsin Avenue Kaukauna

Miller, Anna (Green)

1965 Appleton Post Crescent dated 4/20/1965; Mrs. Louis Miller, age 71, passed away early Tuesday morning after a lengthy illness. She was born February 6th, 1894 in Seymour and was a Neenah resident for 51 years. Mrs. Miller was a member of St. Paul Lutheran Church and the Royal Neighbors of America. Survivors are her husband, Louis; one son, William, Neenah; one brother, John Green, Winneconne; two sisters, Mrs. Ivo Krielkamp, Milwaukee and Mrs. Lorraine Keating, Appleton; two grandchildren. Funeral services will be at Thursday at 2:00 p.m. at St. Paul's Lutheran Church with the Rev. Arthur Tingley officiating. Internment will be in Oak Hill cemetery.

Miller, Ben

Obit Missing - died Nov 1983 Hatley, WI.

Miller, Margaret (Weiss)

Obit Missing - died 10/28/1984, Oshkosh, WI.

Milton, John

Obit Missing - died abt 1954

Milton, Olive Catherine "Dolly" (Campbell)

1918 Appleton Post Crescent; Mrs. John Milton, pneumonia, reported to have developed from the Spanish influenza, cause the death on Monday evening of Mrs. John Milton at her home in Wrightstown. The deceased was a niece of Mr. and Mrs. John Campbell of Story St., Appleton, and a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Campbell of Holland town. She leaves her husband and a daughter a year-and-a-half old, also four sisters and five brothers, two of whom are in the Navy. She was 26 years of age. The funeral will be held Friday morning at West Holland. < /br> 

Moder, Florence (Dorsey)

Obit Missing - died abt Aug 1981 Phoenix, AZ.

Moder, Theodore

Obit Missing - died abt Jun 1974 Phoenix, AZ.

Moehring, Mary (Green)

1981 - April 03, 1981- Mrs. Richard Moehring (Mary Green) Formerly of Route 1, Seymour; age 95, died early Friday morning at Parkside Care Center, Little Chute, Wisconsin. She was born March 21,1886 in the Township of Osborn, Outagamie County Wisconsin. April 6, 1910 she married Richard Moehring in Freedom, Wisconsin. For 65 years the couple lived at Route 1, Seymour. She was a member of St. Nicholas Catholic Church, Freedom, and their Christian Mothers Society. Survivors include two sons and daughters-in-law: Ralph and Ethel Moehring, Appleton; Florian and Estelle Moehring, Route 1, Seymour; Two daughters and sons-in-law: Mildred and Isadore Vandenberg, Little Chute; Alice and Alex Nickel, Chilton; two sisters: Mrs. William (Martha) Weyenberg, Appleton; and Mrs. John (Josephine] Siebers, Kaukauna; 18 grandchildren; 33 great-grandchildren; and two great-great-grandchildren. She was proceeded by her husband, August 30, 1970, and by six sisters and a brother. The funeral will be at 12< /br> noon Monday, April 6, 1981, at St. Nicholas Catholic Church, Freedom, Wisconsin, with the Rev. Leander Nickel officiating. Burial will be in the parish cemetery.

Moehring, Ralph

2004 Appleton Post crescent dated 2/27/2004; Moehring, Ralph E.< /br> Ralph E. Moehring, age 91, of Appleton, passed away September 26, 2004. He was born March 27, 1913 in Osborn, the son of the late Richard and Mary (Green) Moehring. Ralph enjoyed a long career with the S.C. Shannon Company, a wholesale grocery distribution firm, starting in the warehouse in 1934 to 1986 when he retired as President and former co-owner. He was an active member and officer of the National American Wholesale Grocers Association and the Wisconsin Association of Food Distributors (named “Man of the Year” in 1978). His dedication to faith, education and community is reflected in the organizations he proudly and actively supported, including: Marquette University, School Sisters of Notre Dame, the Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchre and the Crozier Society (Green Bay Diocese). He was a life member of the Knights of Columbus (4th Degree Order) and the Elks and a founding donor of the Appleton Community Foundation. He was especially committed to Xavier High School, having been involved with the school’s development from its inception. The Moehrings are members of Butte des Morts Country Club.< /br> He is survived by his wife of 67 years, Ethel (Sedo); his children: Judith (Sr. Pamela, SSND), Madison, Wis; Marilyn (Bruce) Boardman, Geneseo, IL; and Pamela (John) Peters, Lake Bluff, IL; his grandchildren: Adam (Kristina) Boardman, Molly (Philip) O’Brien, Elizabeth Boardman, Jacob (Eileen) Peters, Kathryn Peters, and John, Jr. (Lauren) Peters; his great-grandchildren: Kyle and Anna Boardman, Jack, Billy and Ryan Peters and Mary Kathryn Peters. Other survivors include his sisters Mildred Vandenberg and Alice Nickel, in-laws Estelle Moehring, Wilbert and Ruth Sedo, cousins, nieces and nephews.< /br> His brother, Florian, preceded him in death.< /br> The Mass of Christian Burial will be held this Wednesday, September 29 at St. Bernard Church, 1617 W. Pine Street, Appleton. Visitation begins at 9 a.m. at the St. Bernard Parish Center with the service to follow at 10:30 a.m. Interment will take place at Highland Memorial Park.< /br> In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the “”Moehring Scholarship Fund,” Xavier High School, Tom Simon, 1600 W. Prospect Avenue, Appleton, Wis. 54914.< /br> This kind and gentle man positively influenced all those he knew and is deeply loved.< /br> Brettschneider-Trettin-Lederer 606 N. Oneida St.< /br> < /br>  

Monahan, Edward James

1985 Rocky Mountain News dated June 2nd, 1985 Edward James Monahan. Mass of Christian burial was said for Edward James Monahan on May 21st at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, Longmont. Burial was at Mt. Olivet. Monahan, of Central City, died May 17th, 1985, in St. Joseph Hospital. He was 72. He was born December 2nd, 1912, in Denver, and spent most of his life in Denver and Central City. He married Lavina Rose Gundy on May 11th, 1939, in Denver. Monahan was an aluminum salesman. He was a volunteer firefighter in Central City and a member of the Elks. Surviving, in addition to his wife, are two sons, the Rev. Joseph Monahan and Patrick Monahan, both of Longmont; a daughter, Bernardine Ashford of Atlanta, six grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.

Monahan, Henry L

1975 Rocky Mountain News dated 7/24/1975; Death notice; Rocky Mountain News dated July 24th, 1975 Henry L. Monahan, formerly of 1439 Klamath street. Father of John M and Edward J. Monahan; grandfather of John D., Michael B., Patrick E. Monaghan, Bernadine Ashford and Joseph E. Monahan of the St. Thomas Seminary; 11 great-grandchildren. Rosary 7:30 p.m. Thursday at Noonan mortuary. Mass of Christian burial 9:30 a.m. Friday, St. Elizabeth's church. Internment, Fairmont. Contributions to St. Thomas Seminary preferred.

Monahan, John Michael

1986 Rocky Mountain News dated 11/5/1986, Death Notice; Rocky Mountain News dated November 5th, 1986 John Michael Monahan, Denver. Father of John D. and Michael B. Monahan, also survived by six grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews. 20 years member of the Denver Elks Lodge 17 B.P.O.E. Rosary 7:00 p.m. Thursday Noonan- Bettman mortuary. Mass of Christian burial 10:00 a.m. Friday, Queen of Peace Church, services will conclude at the church. Private family internment Mt. Olivet Cemetery. Family prefers contributions to the Little Sisters of the Poor or the charity of your choice.

Moore, Terry (Miller)

2004; Sacramento Bee; MOORE, Terry Lynn; Of Elk Grove, November 3, 2004. Loving wife of 18 years to Bradley Moore. Beloved mother of Andrea and Jared Moore. Cherished daughter of Howard and Dianne Miller. Beloved sister of Renea Phelps, Linda Miller, Howard Miller, Jr., (Kayla), George Miller (Francine), Brenda Soto, Margo Kettelkamp (Ron), Rae Woods (Roger) and William Miller. Also survived by numerous other relative and friends. A resident of Elk Grove for 7 years. A native of Wisconsin, aged 39 years. Friends are invited to attend services Tuesday, November 9 at 11:00 A.M. in CAPITAL CHRISTIAN CENTER, 9470 Micron Avenue, Sacramento. Interment in Hilltop Cemetery will be private. Arrangements by ELK GROVE FUNERAL CHAPEL, 686-1888. < /br> Published in the Sacramento Bee from 11/6/2004 - 11/7/2004.

Murphy, Franklin

2004 Appleton post Crescent dated 11/3/2004; Murphy, Franklin G.< /br> Franklin G. Murphy, Neenah, age 69, died unexpectedly at Theda Clark Medical Center on Monday, November 1, 2004. He was born July 24, 1935 in Seymour, son of Frank and Beatrice (Schaumberg) Murphy. Frank attended Seymour High School and then graduated from Hortonville High School. He married Marilyn Lamers on May 11, 1957. She preceded him in death on May 17, 1987. Frank then married Judith Rateau on December 26, 1988. He worked for Kimberly-Clark for 40 years before retiring in 1996. Frank was a devoted family man and very involved with his children and grandchildren. He was a member of St. Gabriel Catholic Church.< /br> Survivors include his wife, Judy Murphy; six children: Mary (Don) Bessler, Longmont, CO; Joanne Murphy, Neenah; Sharon (Kevin) Rohde, Brookfield; Sue Murphy, Madison; Jeanne (Steve) Coenen, Kimberly; Jeff (Lori) Murphy, Neenah; a step-daughter, Wendy (Randy) Walker, Eagle River; eighteen grandchildren: Dylan and Sawyer Bessler, Hannah Herreid, Megan, Katie and Matthew Baldauf, Nathan, Lydia, Sam and Andrew Rohde, Jake, Allison and Kristin Coenen, Jack, Michael and David Murphy, Gage and Logan Walker; his mother, Beatrice Murphy, Appleton; his father and mother-in-law, John and Germaine Lamers, Kimberly; three brothers: Marvin (Ruth Ann Heeter) Murphy, Fremont, Jerry (Jan) Murphy, Appleton, David (Lynn) Murphy, Greenville; two sisters-in-law, Marge (Bob) Klessig, Manitowoc, Pat (Don) Freudenwald, Woodruff; and numerous other relatives.< /br> He was preceded in death by his first wife, Marilyn; father, Frank Murphy, and an infant son, Michael Ryan on May 9, 1980.< /br> The Mass of Resurrection will be held on Friday, November 5, 2004 at 11 a.m. at St. Gabriel Catholic Church with Fr. Roy Geenen officiating. Interment will be in St. Margaret Cemetery. Relatives and friends may call on Thursday from 4-8 p.m. at Neenah’s Westgor Funeral Home and again on Friday at the church from 10 a.m. until the time of services. In lieu of flowers a memorial is being established in his name.< /br> Frank’s wishes were to pass along life through tissue donation.< /br> WESTGOR FUNERAL HOME205 W. Doty Ave.Neenah< /br>  

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Nagan, Carl

2003 APC 2/8/2003 Nagan, Carl, Combined Locks< /br> Age 74, died peacefully Friday, February 7, 2003 at his home. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Monday at St. Paul Catholic Church, Combined Locks with Fr. Robert Vandenberg officiating. Friends may call from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday at the Boettcher Family Funeral Home, 2401 Fieldcrest Dr., Kaukauna and after 10 a.m. Monday directly at the church until the time of services. There will be a parish prayer service at 8 p.m. Monday. A full obituary will appear in Sunday’s paper.< /br> < /br> 2003 Appleton Post Crescent dated 2/9/2003 Nagan, Carl P., Combined Locks< /br> Age 74, died peacefully Friday, February 7, 2003 at his home surrounded by his family. Carl was born January 31, 1929 to the late Leo J. and Minnie (Otto) Nagan. He married Joan Jansen in 1954 and she preceded him in death in 1968. Carl then married the former Germaine Ozburn in 1969, she survives him. Carl served in the U.S. Army from 1951 until his honorable discharge in 1953. He graduated from UW-Madison and worked for the Combined Locks Mill, the Pacon Corp. and was part owner of Warehouse Specialists Inc. He was past Exulted Ruler of the Kaukauna Elks 962, Treasurer of St. Paul’s Catholic Church, Combined Locks for over 40 years and served on the Combined Locks Village Board for over 14 years. Carl loved his grandchildren and spent as much time as possible with all of them. He enjoyed traveling throughout the United States and abroad with his wife, Germaine. Carl also enjoyed camping, boating, golfing and was an avid Packer fan. He also found time to perform bookwork for family, friends and for the Historic Riverside Cemetery.< /br> He is survived by his wife, Germaine Nagan; his five children, Debbie and Leroy Menting, Joe Driessen, Patty and Mark Baerenwald, Lee and Amy Nagan and Nancy and Tom Vanderloop; eleven grandchildren, Bradley (Casey) Menting, Teresa (Mark) Zimmerman, Ashley Menting, David, Michael, Jeffrey and Megan Baerenwald, Simone Nagan, Brian, Traci and Kevin Vanderloop; two great grandchildren, Brittney and Alyssa Zimmerman; one brother, Don and Ruth Nagan; one sister in law, Eva Nagan; two brothers in law, Jim and Sharon Jansen and Paul and Beverly Ozburn. He will also be greatly missed by his mother in law, Frances Wolfgram and many nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, his first wife and his brother, Roy.< /br> The Funeral Service will be held at 11 a.m. Monday at St. Paul Catholic Church, 410 E. Wallace Street, Combined Locks with Fr. Robert Vandenberg officiating. Friends may call from 4 pm to 8 pm on Sunday at the Boettcher Family Funeral Home, 2401 Fieldcrest Dr. Kaukauna and after 9 a.m. Monday directly at the Church until the time of service. There will be a parish prayer service at 8 p.m. Sunday. Burial will take place in the Parish Cemetery. A memorial is being established in Carl’s name.< /br> The Family would like to thank Dr. Mariano, Dr. Gustafson and Dr. Johnson and the entire Hospice staff, especially Dana.< /br>  

Nehs, Franklin

1979 Appleton Post Crescent dated 5/7/1979; Franklin L. Nehs - 1715 Hillcrest Dr. Appleton< /br> Age 57, died unexpectedly Sunday morning at his home. Survivors include his wife, Lorraine M. Nehs; two sons, Franklin S. Nehs and Randall Nehs, both of Denver, Colorado; a brother, DeWayne, Bayside, Wi. He was preceded in death by his 20 year old daughter Vicki, Dec. 5, 1971. A memorial service will be at 7 P.m. Thursday evening at First United Methodist Church, with the Rev. David H. Brice officiating. There will be no visitation. Memorial Funds have been established for the Vicki F. Nehs Memorial Fund at the Appleton Public Schools.

Nehs, Randy

1988 Appleton Post Crescent dated 10/28/1988; Randall L. Nehs, 64 Forest Rd. Demeerest, New Jersey< /br> Age 32, formerly of Appleton, died Saturday, October 22, 1988 at the New York University Hospital in Manhattan after a six week illness. Randy was born December 29, 1955 in Appleton and graduated from Appleton High School West in 1974. He received a degree from the University of Denver and was an investment executive for Grenel & Co. of New York until the time of his death. Survivors include his wife, Sherry and their ten month old son, Eric; his mother, Lorraine, Appleton; a brother, Franklin S., Del Mar, California; mother and father-in-law, Millicent and Arnold Kronenberg, New York City. He was preceded in death by his father, Franklin L. and a sister Vicki. A memorial service was held on October 24 in New York City. Internment was in New York. The Randall L. Nehs memorial fund has been established at Banc One in Appleton, to be used for research.

Nehs, Vicki

1971 Appleton Post Crescent dated 12/6/1971< /br> Miss Vicki Nehs, 1715 Hillcrest Dr., 20 year old daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Franklin L. Nehs passed away at 8:10 p.m. Sunday. She was born May 24, 1951 in Appleton and graduated from Appleton High School West in 1969 and presently was a sophmore at the University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh and was a member of the First United Methodist Church. In addition to her parents she is also survived by two brothers; Franklin S. Nehs, University of Wisconsin and Randall at home, and her grandmother, Mrs. Clara Nehs, Neilsville, Wis. There will be no visitation. Private funeral services will be held at Wichmann Funeral Home with internment following at Highland Memorial Park. A memorial fund has been established for Appleton Public Schools.

Neitzke, Kathleen

Obit Missing died  4/23/2002 Omaha, NE.

Neitzke, Reno

Obit Missing died 6/27/2001 Omaha, NE.

Noie, Adele (Wilpolt)

1997 - OBITUARY; Adele Wilpolt - Mrs. Norbert F. Noie, 312 W. 11th st Kaukauna.< /br>Age 81, died Thursday, October 28, 1997 at St. Paul Home. She was born November 24, 1915 in Kaukauna, the daughter of the late Henry and Dora (Geldernick) Wilpolt. She graduated from Kaukauna High School in 1933. Adele married Norbert Noie on October 24, 1935 at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Kaukauna. She was a member of St. Mary's Catholic Church and the Kaukauna Community Hospital Auxilary. She is survived by her husband of 62 years, Norbert; two sons Tom and Geraldine Noie of Buffalo Grove, IL and Scott and Jill Noie of Oak Creek WI,and a daughter Nancy of Chicago, IL. eight grandchildren Tom (Jennifer), Christopher (Jennifer), Jennifer, Amy, Patrick, Eric , Brian and Sean Noie; a great grandchild Tyler Noie and a sister and brother-in-law Dorothy and Konrad Tuchscherer of Sister Bay, WI. She was preceded in death by a brother Ralph (Ruth) Wilpolt. The funeral liturgy will be at 1 PM, Thursday Oct 30, 1997 at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Kaukauna. Burial will be at Holy Cross Cemetery. A memorial Fund has been established in her name. Greenwood-Fargo Funeral Home Kaukauna.

Noie, Geraldine (McCarter)

1998 Northwest Suburban newspaper dated? ; Northwest suburban newspaper Geraldine Noie, Prayers for Geraldine M Noie, 58, of Buffalo Grove, will be said at 9:15 a.m. Wednesday, at the Glueckert funeral home Arlington Heights Road Arlington Heights, followed by 8:10 a.m. Mass at St. Mary's Church Buffalo Grove. Born January 31st, 1940, in Chicago, she died Sunday, June 28th, 1998 at Loyola Medical Center, Maywood. Internment will be in St. Mary's cemetery. Mrs. Noie was a retired head nurse at the VA Research Hospital in Chicago, and was most recently a volunteer lunchroom supervisors for Longfellow school. Survivors include her husband, Thomas Noie of Buffalo Grove, her sons, Thomas (Jennifer) of South Bend Indiana, Christopher (Jennifer) of Arlington Heights and Patrick of Buffalo Grove, daughters, Jennifer of Palatine and Amy of Buffalo Grove, mother, Anna McCarter of Chicago and father in law, Norbert Noie of Kaukauna, grandson, Tyler of South Bend Indiana, brothers, Richard (Roseanna) McCarter of Chicago, Thomas (Gail) McCarter of Lombard and James (Lori) McCarter of Willoe Springs, and her sisters, Patricia (Adam) DiMarzio of Snyder N.Y., Sue McCarter of Chicago and Margaret (Jerome) Serwa of Grayslake. Nine nieces and nephews also survived. She was preceded in death by her father, Richard McCarter. Visitation will be from 3 to 9:00 p.m. today at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be given to Leukemia Research Foundation Lincolnwood, IL..

Noie, Norbert

2000 Appleton Post Crescent - dated ? Norbert F. Noie St. Paul Manor Kaukauna< /br>Age 92, passed away on Thursday, March 9, 2000 at St. Paul Home in Kaukauna. Norbert was born May 30, 1907 in Kaukauna, son of the late Frank and Nellie (Weyenberg) Noie. He was a 1927 graduate of Kaukauna high school where he served as class president and captain of the football team. His college years were spent at the University of Wisconsin - Madison, where he was selected to participate in the Alexander Meiklejohn Experimental College along with his hometown friend, James McFadden. Norbert was also a member of the University Hockey Team.< /br>On October 24, 1935 he married the former Adele Wilpolt. She preceded him in death on October 28, 1997. Norbert was most proud of his commitment to the Kaukauna High School Alumni Association. His involvement began in 1957 when he assumed the chairmanship for reservations and ticket sales for that year's Rally. A year later, he was named to the Alumni Board of Directors, and continued as an Alumni Officer for six more years. He held the top post in the Alumni organization, Chairman of the Board in 1978 and 1979, and had worked on numerous alumni affairs committees through the years. In 1976, the alumni recognized Mr. Noie's efforts by dedicating the 1976 issue of the Alumni News in his honor. In 1987, he received the prestigious Kaukauna High School Alumni Award. He had been a member of the Alumni Advisory Board since 1965. Norbert was on of the very first inductees to the Kaukauna High School Athletic Hall of Fame. Other civic-minded groups that were near and dear to him were the B.P.O.E. Lodge #962 in Kaukauna and Council 1033 of the Knights of Columbus. A longtime member of St. Mary Parish, Norbert had served as an usher there for many years. His employment at the Appleton Papers Locks Mill was of thirty-seven years duration. He worked as a manager in the personnel department and was also a representative of the company during labor negotiations. He helped found the Combined Locks Credit Union and served as its Treasurer for some< /br>thirty years. His longtime employment at the Locks Mill gained him membership in the Quarter Century Club there.< /br>Survivors include two sons: Tom Noie, Buffalo Grove, Illinois; and Scott (Jill) Noie, Oak Creek, Wisconsin; a daughter, Nancie (David) Thompson, Chicago, Illinois; eight grandchildren: Tom (Jennifer) Noie, Christopher (Jennifer) Noie, Jennifer Noie, Amy Noie, Patrick Noie, Eric Noie, Brian Noie, and Sean Noie; two great-grandchildren: Tyler Noie and Abby Noie; two brothers: Harold Noie, Pound; and George (Audrey) Noie, Appleton; three sisters: Genevieve Walsh, Kaukauna; Lucille Flynn, Eau Claire; and Lynn (James) Weisgerber, Appleton. Norbert was preceded in death by his wife in 1997, a daughter-in-law, Geraldine Noie, a sister-in-law, Merelda Noie, and by two brothers-in-law: Melvin Walsh and Tom Flynn.< /br>The funeral liturgy will be held at 1 p.m. on Saturday, March 11, 2000 at ST. MARY CATHOLIC CHURCH, 119 W. Seventh street in Kaukauna with Father Robert Udulutsch, OFM, Cap. officiating. Interment will be in Holy Cross Cemetery. Friends may call directly at the church on Saturday from 11 a.m. until the hour of the liturgy. FARGO FUNERAL HOME 400 W. Wisconsin Avenue Kaukauna766-6200

Nussbaum, Agatha (Verhagen)

2004 Appleton Post Crescent dated ?; Nussbaum, Agatha M.< /br> Agatha M. Nussbaum, of Kaukauna, age 97, passed away peacefully on Monday, August 9, 2004 at St. Paul Elder Services. Agatha was born in Wrightstown on March 12, 1907, daughter of the late Henry and Minnie (Weyers) Verhagen. Many will remember Aggie for her many years of employment at King’s Variety, retiring in 1979. She enjoyed gardening, caring for her yard, home decorating, and playing cards with friends. Foremost in her life was her loving family and her faith life. She treasured time spent with her children and grandchildren and was a longtime and faithful member of Holy Cross Catholic Church. There, she was a member of the Altar Society, Prayer Partners, and faithfully attended daily mass.< /br> Survivors include four children: Judy (Homer) Savard of Racine; William (Julie) Nussbaum of Appleton; Janice Giallourakis of Starkville, Mississippi; Mark (Debbie) Nussbaum of Kaukauna; a daughter-in-law: Kay Nussbaum of Green Bay; twelve grandchildren: Robert (Lois) Savard, Carol (Ed) Ziesemer, Homer F. (Julie) Savard, Leigh (Brian) Redfield, Tricia (Tom) Stout, Amanda Nussbaum, Nicholas Giallourakis, Gregory Giallourakis, Tanner Nussbaum, Tanya Nussbaum, Ashley Nussbaum, and Dave Holloway; seven great-grandchildren: Joseph, Alex, and Annie Savard; Amy Ziesemer, Benjamin and Christine Savard, and Jacob; three brothers: Sylvester (Minerva) Verhagen of Kimberly, Richard (Monnie) Verhagen of Kaukauna, and Fr. Norbert Verhagen of California; a sister: Millie (Erv) DeBruin of Kimberly; two sisters-in-law: Margie Verhagen of Kaukauna, and Gladys Verhagen of Kaukauna. She is also survived by numerous nieces, nephews, other relatives, and many friends.< /br> Agatha was preceded in death by her parents, her husband Ray in 1982, her son Roger in 1985, and infant brother Francis, brothers Ben Verhagen, Edward (Rose) Verhagen, Larry Verhagen, Lloyd (Doris) Verhagen, and Raymond Verhagen; and sisters Martha (Ignatius) Schuh and Ceil (Norb) Muelemans.< /br> The funeral liturgy for Agatha will be held at 11 a.m. on Thursday, August 12, 2004 at HOLY CROSS CATHOLIC CHURCH, 309 Desnoyer Street in Kaukauna with Fr. Jack Mullarkey officiating. Interment will follow in the parish cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home on Wednesday from 4-7 p.m. and again at the church on Thursday after 10 a.m. There will be a parish prayer and scripture service to conclude the visitation Wednesday at 7 p.m. In lieu of flowers, a memorial fund has been established.< /br> The family would like to extend their thanks to the wonderful staff at St. Paul Elder Services. Mom felt so much at home while in your care — your many kindnesses will never be forgotten. Thanks also to Agatha’s friends Ann and Janet for all of the personal assistance you offered Mom over the years. We will never forget all that you have done.< /br> FARGO FUNERAL HOME400 W. Wisconsin AvenueKaukauna 766-6200www.fargofuneralhomes.com

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1982 Appleton Post Crescent dated 12/29/1982; Raymond J. Nussbaum, age 77, died Wednesday morning at Kaukauna Community Hospital following a brief illness. He was born June 7th, 1905 in Mackville and was a Kaukauna resident most of his life. He was employed by Thilmany Pulp and Paper Company for over 25 years and was a member of its Quarter Century Club. Mr. Nussbaum was a member of the Knights of Columbus, the AARP and the Holy Cross Catholic church. Survivors include his wife, Agatha Verhagen Nussbaum; two daughters and sons and law; Judy and Homer Savard, of Racine; Janice and Michael Giallourakis, of Mississippi; three sons, two daughters in law and a fiancee: Roger and Kay Nussbaum, of Kaukauna; William and Julie Nussbaum, of Appleton; Mark and his fiancee, Debra Wirth, Kaukauna; a brother Edward, of Appleton; three sisters: Mrs. Francis Hoffman, Appleton; Mrs. Joseph (Gertrude) Emons, of Mesa Arizona; Mrs. Wilfred (Delia) Brecken, Bonduel; eight grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, three brothers, Frank, Lawrence and Leonard, and a sister, Mary. The funeral will be at 10:30 a.m. Friday at Holy Cross Catholic Church, with Reverend Mike Hoffmann officiating. Burial will be in the parish cemetery. Friends may call at the Fargo Funeral home, Kaukauna, from 4 until 9:00 p.m. Thursday and after 9:00 a.m. Friday until the time of service. There will be a 7:30 prayer service Thursday evening. A memorial for Holy Cross Catholic Church would be appreciated.

Nussbaum, Roger

1985 Appleton Post Crecent dated 1/2/1985; Roger J. Nussbaum, 1008 Appleblossom Ct. Kaukauna; Age 43, died Tuesday, January 1st, 1985, following a two year illness at his home. He was born October 20th, 1941 in Kaukauna. He had worked for the Giddings and Lewis Bickford Machine Co. for 23 years. He was a member of Holy Cross Catholic church. He is survived by his wife, Kay; his mother, Agatha Nussbaum, Kaukauna; his parents in law, Karl and Dolores Kuchelmeister, Kaukauna; a son, David Holloway, Univ. of Wisconsin, Whitewater; two brothers and sisters in law, Mark and Debra Nussbaum, Kaukauna; William and Julie Nussbaum, Appleton; two sisters and brothers in law: Janis and Michael, Giallourakis, Starksville Mississippi; Judith and Homer Savard, Racine; a brother in law and a sister in law: John and Diane Meister, Elgin Illinois; 11 and nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his father, Ray Nussbaum, December, 1982. Funeral services will be at 10:30 a.m. Friday at Holy Cross Catholic Church with Father Mike Hoffman officiating assisted by Father David Beaudry and Rev. Harvey Kandler. Internment will be in the Star of Hope mausoleum, Appleton

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Ockerman, Frank

Ockerman, Verna (Green)

1981 Orange Coast Daily Pilot dated 6/28/1981; Verna M. Ockerman, resident of Newport Beach, Ca. passed away on June 25, 1981. Born in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. Beloved wife of Frank, devoted mother of Joanne (Arthur) Sawicki, Marlyn (Frank) Higgins, loving grandmother of Craig and Karen George. Private memorial services will be held on Tues June 30 at Pacific View Memorial Park.

O'Connell, Andrew

1995 Green Bay Press Gazette dated 12/9/1995; Andrew W. O'Connell, 97 of former resident of DePere and the McCormick Home, died Thursday afternoon December 7, 1995 at a local nursing home following a brief illness. "Andrew was a true Irishman who loved his family and his wit was a joy to all who knew him." The son of the late Andrew and Mary (Houlihan) O'Connell, was born on June 7, 1898 in Kaukauna and was a graduate of St. Mary's Catholic school, Kaukauna. He had been employed as a foreman at Milprint Inc. both in Milwaukee and DePere. Andy later worked for Klein-Schmidt in Libertyville Illinois, and following his retirement was employed by the Cotter funeral home in DePere. Mr. O'Connell and the former Della Feller married on June 29th 1920 at Holy Cross Catholic Church in Kaukauna, and she preceded him in death on May 21, 1980. He was a member of St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church in DePere and the Ushers Society at the church. He was also a member of the St. Jude Assembly of the 4th Degree Knights of Columbus. Survivors include his children Noreen and Leroy Jacoby of Milwaukee, Janet Nelson of DePere, Dennis and Delores O'Connell of Mundelein, Ill. His grandchildren Christine Jacoby Milwaukee; Susan Jacoby Wauwatosa; Peter and Maureen and Nelson New Berlin; Andrew Nelson La Crosse; Amy Nelson at Dillon Colorado; Martha and Bruce Richardson, Eugene Oregon; and Michael and Liz O'Connell, Cedarburg; Ryan O'Connell and Kevin O'Connell both of Mundelein Illinois; two great-grandchildren Aaron and Nicolas Tyson, Wauwatosa. A sister Mary Jane Enquist, Milwaukee; also nieces and nephews and many special friends. He was preceded in death by his wife Della; two children, Myra and Gerald; his son-in-law R. C. Nelson, seven sisters and three brothers. Friends may call at St. Francis at Xavier Catholic Church, DePere after 9:30 a.m. on Monday December 11, 1995 until the service. Mass of Christian burial 11:00 a.m. Monday at the church with Father Gary Meehan officiating. Burial at Holy Cross cemetery in Kaukauna. In lieu of flowers a Memorial Fund for the Brown County Library has been established. The family expresses their deep appreciation to the caring staffs and Santa Maria nursing home and the McCormick Home.

O'Connell, Anna (Powers)

1912 Kaukauna Sun dated 5/2/1912; Mrs. David O'Connell; Mrs. Anna O'Connell, wife of David O'Connell, died at the family home on Seventh St. Monday morning at 3:45 after an illness of several months. Deceased was 53 years of age. She was born in Hollandtown in 1859 and was married in 1886 to David O'Connell at Marinette by the Rt. Rev. Bishop J.J. Fox of Green Bay. Mr. & Mrs. O'Connell came to Kaukauna in 1891 where they have since resided. Deceased is survived by her husband and five children, namely William, Margaret, David, Richard and James also by two brothers and two sisters, John Powers of Unity; Richard Powers and Mrs. Sarah Wilpolt of this city and Mrs. Patterson of British Columbia. Mrs. O'Connell was a member of Sacred Heart Court of the Women's Catholic Order of Foresters and a member of the Altar Society of St. Mary's Church. She was a devout christian and a kind and loving mother and wife and will be sadly missed in the family circle. The funeral was hel yesterday morning at 9 o clock from St. Mary's Church with inturnment in the parish cemetery. Among thos who attended the funeral from out-of-town were Mr. & Mrs James O'Connell Sr., Marinette; Mrs. Hanrahan, Mrs. O'Mera and daughter Miss Mary of Juneau; W.J. O'Connell of Milwaukee; John Powers of Unity; John Powers, Jr. and Mrs. Coyle, Neenah; Mrs. O'Donnell, Mrs. Carl Wigman, DePere; Anthony Mahoney of Juneau; Herman Vandehey, Mr. & Mrs. Clune, Mrs. William Campbell and Will Powers of Hollandtown; Miss Sadie Powers, Mike Fox and wife of Askeaton and E.X. Collette of DePere.

O'Connell, David

1940 Appleton Post Crescent dated 7/6/1940; David O'Connell, 88, died at 1 o'clock this morning at his home 429 W. Seventh St. Kaukauna. He was born Aug 12, 1851, at Springfield, Mass. and moved to Kaukauna in 1891. He was a member of the Catholic Order of Foresters. Survivors are a daughter, Margaret, Kaukauna; four sons, Richard and James, Indiana Harbor, Ind., David Jr., Milwaukee; W.J. O'Connell, Green Bay; one sister, Mrs. Catherine O'Mara, and three grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 9 o'clock Monday morning at St. Mary's church, Kaukauna with the cortege forming at the Greenwood funeral home at 8:30. The Foresters will say the Rosary at 8 o'clock tonight and Sunday night at the funeral home.

O'Connell, David F.

1986 Herald Tribune Reporter dated March 28, 1986< /br>David F. O'Connell, 92, formerly of 607A Chicago St. Manitowoc, died Wednesday evening March 26, at Memorial Hospital in Manitowoc. The Mass of Christian Burial will be 10 a.m. Monday at Sacred Heart Catholic Church preceded by brief family rites at 9:30 a.m. at Urban? and Schel Pfeffer Funeral Home, Manitowoc. Rev. William Zimmer will officiate and burial will be at St. Mary cemetery, Kaukauna.< /br>Mr. O'Connell was born January 29, 1894 at Kaukauna, Wisconsin, son of the late David and Ana Powers O'Connell. He grew up and was educated in Kaukauna and as a young man worked for Chicago & Northwestern Railroad, living in various cities in the Fox River Valley before moving to Milwaukee in 1920 (or 1930, hard to read) He lived in Milwaukee until 1951 and while there he was manager of various A & P Grocery Stores. In 1951 Mr. O'Connelll moved to Janesville, Wisconsin and while there owned a retail grocery store until his retirement in 1963. In 1963, Mr. O'Connell moved to Wausau, Wisconsin and later in 1966? moved to Manitowoc where he has lived since. He married Margurite M. Christiansen on June 24, 1920, by Rev. Luby at Sacred Heart Catholic church, Manitowoc. The couple had just celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary in 1985. Mr. O'Connell was a member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church. Survivors include his wife Margurite; a brother, James O'Connell of East Chicago, Ind., nieces, nephews and other relatives also survive. He was preceded in death by a sister and two brothers.

O'Connell, Della (Feller)

1980 Green Bay Press Gazette dated 5/21/1980; Mrs. Andrew O'Connell (Della), 79, 408 N. St. Bernard Dr., DePere, died Wednesday morning in a local hospital after a long illness. The daughter of the late Mr. & Mrs. John Feller was born March 2, 1901 in Kaukauna. Mr. & Mrs. O'Connell lived in Libertyville, IL. for 15 years until they returned to DePere 13 years ago. Mr. & Mrs. O'Connell were married June 29, 1920 at Holy Cross Church, Kaukauna, and would have celebrated their 60th anniversary this year. Mrs. O'Connell was employed as a buyer for Langworthy's Department Store, Libertyville, IL. She was a member of the DePere Catholic Women's Club, the Catholic Women of DePere, Mission Society, the Royal Neighbors of America and St. Francis Altar-Rosary Society. Survivors include her husband; one son, Dennis, Mundelein, IL.; two daughters, Mrs. Robert (Janet) Nelson, DePere; Mrs. Leroy (Noreen) Jacobi, Milwaukee; nine grandchildren; two great grandchildren, and one sister, Mrs. Frank Yingling, Kaukauna. Her parents, one son, one daughter, three brothers and two sisters preceded her in death. Friends may call at Cotter Funeral Home, DePere. Burial at Holy Cross Cemetery, Kaukauna.

O'Connell, Elizabeth (Farrell)

1998 The Times dated 2/24/98 Elizabeth F. O'Connell, East Chicago, Elizabeth F. O'Connell, 90, of East Chicago, Indiana, passed away on Friday, February 20th, 1998.  She is survived by a son, Richard (Ann Marie) O'Connell of Munster, Indiana; and five grandchildren, five great-grandchildren; several nieces, nephews, the great nieces and a great nephews.  Preceded in death by her husband Richard in 1968.  Private services were held on Monday, February 23rd, 1998 from the Burn-Case funeral Home in Munster, Indiana, with internment at St. Joseph's cemetery, Hammond Indiana.  Mrs. O'Connell was a member of St. Patrick's Church, East Chicago.  In lieu of flowers, donations to a charity of your choice in her memory appreciated.

O'Connell, James

1987 The Times newspaper dated 4/4/1987 Obituary< /br>O'Connell, James J. age 82 of East Chicago, Indiana passed away Thursday April 2, 1987 at St. Catherine Hospital. Survivors are two sisters in law, Mrs. Betty O'Connell of East Chicago, Ind. and Margaret O'Connell of Manitowoc, Wis.; two nephews, Richard O'Connell of Munster and Norbert O'Connell of Washington Island, Wis.; niece Agnes Turriff of DePere, Wis. Funeral services will be held at Kaukauna Wisconsin from the Greenwood Funeral home. Friends are invited to call at the Oleska Funeral home, 3934 Elm St, East Chicago, Sunday from 2 to 5 p.m. Mr. O'Connell was a member of St. Patrick's church; a retired employee of the Inland Steel Company; a member of the Inland 25 year club; a member of the Knights of Columbus msgr. Connely Council # 1700 and a member of the Senior Citizens club of East Chicago.

O'Connell, Margaret

1977 Appleton Post Crescent dated 4/4/1977; Margaret R. O'Connell, Formerly of West Seventh St. Kaukauna, age 85, died Sunday evening after several months of illness. She was born April 8, 1891 in Marinette, and moved to Kaukauna as an infant, with her parents the later David and Ann Powers O'Connell. She was a member of St. Mary's Church, Kaukauna. Survivors include two brothers, David F., Manitowoc; and James J. East Chicago, INd.; several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by two brothers, William A. and Richard J. The funeral will be at 10 am Wednesday at St. Mary Catholic Church, Kaukauna, with their Reverend Charles Fredericks officiating. Burial will be in the parish cemetery. Friends may call on the Greenwood Funeral home after 3:00 p.m. Tuesday. There will be a prayer service at 8 Tuesday evening.

O'Connell, Margaruite (Christensen) 1895-1998

Obit Missing - died 2/21/1998 Manitowoc, WI.

O'Connell, Norbert

2000 Washington Island Newspaper< /br>Norbert "Okie" O'Connell, 87, of Washington Island, WI., died Sept 13, 2000, at his home. He was born July 2, 1913, in DePere, WI., to William and Rose O'Connell. He married Pauline Gudmundsen, who preceded him in death Dec. 17, 1993. Okie owned and operated O'Connell Plumbing and Heating on Washington Island for many years. He was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church and the Washington Island Lions Club. He is survived by a son, Michael (Barbara) of Washington Island; daughters Patti Cauldwell, of Asheville, NC, Kathryn O'Connell and Maureen O'Connell, both of Green Bay; grandchildren Christine, Ted, Scott and Courtney; and a sister, Agnes, of DePere. A memorial service was held Sept 15 at Trinity Church on the Island, with Pastor David Glesne officiating. Burial was in the Island Cemetery.

O'Connell, Pauline (Gudmundsen)

1993 Washington Island Newspaper< /br>Pauline O'Connell, 76, Washington Island, died Dec 17, 1993 at Bellin Hospital after a two week illness. Memorial services were held Dec 19 at Trinity Church. Pauline was born on the Island June 20, 1917 to Theodore and Sigrid Gudmundsen. She was employed by the Bank of Sturgeon Bay for many years and was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church where she was organist for over 14 years. She was an active member of the Women of the Church and a dedicated member of the quilting group. She also belonged to the W.I. Archives, the W. I. Women's club, and the Detroit Harbor Ladies Aid. Her husband Norbert sirvives, along with her children Michael (Barbara) Washington Island, Patricia Cauldwell, Miami, FL., Kathryn, Minneapolis, MN, and Maureen of Green Bay. She is further survived by four grandchildren, Scott and Courtney Cauldwell, Tempe, AZ, and Christine and Ted O'Connell, Washington Island, as well as a sister Deloris of Chicago.

O'Connell, Richard A.

1968 The Times Newspaper dated 2/19/1968< /br>Richard A. O'Connell, age 71, of 4120 Fir St. East Chicago, passed away Sunday February 18 at St. Catherine Hospital. Survivors are wife Betty; one son, Richard A. O'Connell, Jr. of Munster; two grandchildren, Dave of Manitowoc, Wis and James of East Chicago; one sister, Miss Margaret O'Connell of Appleton, Wis. Funeral services will be held Wednesday Feb 21 at 9:30 a.m. from the MCGuan Mortuary and at 10 a.m. from St. Patrick church with Rev. Phillip N. Fusco officiating. Burial will be at St. Joseph cemetery Hammond. He was a retired employee of the General Transportation Company and a World War I veteran, he was past commander of the American Legion Twin City Post 266 and a member of the Knights of Columbus, the Msgr Connelly Council 1700. Rosary services wil be held Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the chapel.

O'Connell, Richard A. Jr.

2002 The Times dated 6/23/02; Richard Anthony O'Connell Jr., age 67, passed away Thursday, June 20th, 2002, at his home in Munster.  He is survived by his loving wife of 35 years, Ann Marie Fitzgerald O'Connell; 511 children: Kevin Michael (Maddy) O'Connell, Kathleen Anne (Paul) Beno, Richard Antony (Christine) O'Connell III, Michael Fitzgerald (Kathleen) O'Connell and Briget Ann (James) Collins; six grandchildren: Sarah Marie Beno, Brian Richard Beno,  Mark Joseph Beno, Patrick Fitzgerald O'Connell, Anne Elizabeth O'Connell and John Furlong O'Connell; sister-in-law, Kathleen Fitzgerald; three nephews, Brian, Kevin and Sean Burke; and one niece, Kelly Burke Church.  Preceded in death by his first wife, Rita (mother of Kevin Michael O'Connell and Kathleen Anne Beno) and his parents, Elizabeth Farrell O'Connell and Richard Anthony O'Connell the first.  Funeral services will be held Tuesday, June 25th, 2002, at 9:30 a.m. from the Burns-Kish funeral home. Mass of Christian burial at 10:00 a.m. at St. Thomas More Church, Munster.  Burial will be in the Elmwood cemetery, Hammond.  Friends may call at the funeral home on Monday from 2 to 4:00 p.m. and 7 to 9:00 p.m. Richard was born May 27th, 1935 in East Chicago.  He was a graduate of Bishop Noll Institute and Perdue University in West Lafayette Indiana, where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering in 1957 and was a member of the Pi Pau Sigma National Honor Mechanical Engineering fraternity.  Richard was the owner and president of O'Connell construction company in Hammond and relocated to Highland in the late '70s.  During his approximately nine years of retirement he and Anne Marie traveled and spend their winters in Palm Springs, California.  As a representative of the Calumet Builders' Association, Richard was a trustee of the construction advancement Foundation from September 1975 to September 1983.  He served as president of the Calumet builders of  Lake County from 1981 to 1983.  He was a past president of the Perdue Club of Lake County and passed a member of the Hammond Optimist Club and TradeWinds.  Richard also served as president and vice president of the Culver Academy’s parents Association in Culver, an Indiana, from 1991 to 1993.  He was a member of the Briar Ridge Country Club in Schererville, in the Canyon Country Club in Palm Springs, California.  Contributions may be made to the Hospice of the Calumet area, the Multiple Myeloma Foundation and the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation International, New York N.Y..

O'Connell, Rita (Rueth) 1935-1965

Obit Missing - died abt Aug 1965 Hammond, IN. 

O'Connell, Rose (Robach)

1982 Green Bay Press Gazette< /br>Mrs. William (Rose) O'Connell, 94, formerly of 6-8 N. Ontario St., DePere, died Saturday at a local nursing home. The daughter of the late Ernst and Magdalene Robach was born September 24, 1887 in Brillion and lived in the Green Bay area most of her life. Mr. & Mrs. O'Connell married July 30, 1912, at St. Mary's church, Kaukauna. She is survived by a daughter and son-in-law, Agnes and Norbert Turriff; a son and daughter-in-law, Norbert and Pauline O'Connell, Washington Island; five grandchildren, six great-grandchildren, a sister, Mrs. Kathryn Hartung, Menasha. She was preceded in death by her husband, two grandchildren, a sister and a brother. Friends may call at the St. Francis church, DePere after 10 a.m. Monday. Funeral is at 10:30 a.m. Monday at the church with Rev. Tom Golden officiating. Burial in Allouez cemetery with Cotter Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.

O'Connell, William John

1964 Green Bay Press Gazette< /br>William J. O'Connell, 75, 414 Harvard St., died Monday afternoon in a local hospital after a short illness. Mr. O'Connell was a 50-year member of the Catholic Order of Foresters and a member of the Annunciation Holy Name Society. Surviving are his wife, the former Rose Robach; one sone, Norbert, Washington Island; one daughter, Mrs. Norbert (Agnes) Turriff, DePere; six grandchildren; three brothers, Richard and James, both of East Chicago, Ind.; David, Wassau; one sister, Miss Margaret, Appleton.

Osbolt, Catharine (Harney)

1993 Sentinel Record newspaper dated 1/13/1993; Catharine Harney Osbolt, 87, of Hot Springs died Monday January 11th, 1993, in Hot Springs. A native of Cloquet Minnesota, she was a graduate of Esko High School and attended the University of Minnesota and Superior State teachers College in Superior Wisconsin, where she received her bachelor's degree in education. She taught for many years and several senior high schools and in northeastern Minnesota, was a hospital recreation worker for the American Red Cross and during World War II, an active worker in the Council of Catholic Women for many years and served as Deanery president of the Hibbing Council in Minnesota. She continued to work in the Catholic Council upon moving here and was a member of St. John Church, once serving as president of the Alter Society, and the Prime Time Catholics and the Knights of Columbus Auxiliary. Survivors include two brothers, Leo Harney of Hot Springs and Martin Harney of Monterial, Wisconsin. Several nieces and nephews; five grandchildren; and 14 great-grandchildren. Services will be at 9:00 a.m. Friday in St. John Catholic Church with the Rev. Tom Baker officiating. Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery under the direction of Gross Funeral home. A rosary will be said at 4:00 p.m. today in the Gross Funeral Home Chapel.< /br> < /br> 1993 Sentinel Record Friday January 15th, 1993 Catharine Osbolt - Services for Catharine Harney Osbolt, 87, Hot Springs who died Monday January 11th, 1993, in Hot Springs will be held at 9:00 a.m. today in St. John's Catholic Church with the Reverend Tom Baker officiating. Pallbearers are the Knights of Columbus, Daniel Burton, Ralph Berdikoski, Bill Kagel, Joseph Kostka, Ron Priest and Earl Robbins. Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery under the direction of Gross Funeral home.< /br>  

Osbolt, Jacob

1980 Sentinel Record dated 6/16/1980; Jacob Osbolt, 91, a resident of Hot Springs since 1958, died June 15th at his home in Hot Springs. Born in Logatec, Slovenia, he came with his family to Wakefield Michigan in 1901. He attended St. Vincent's College in Pennsylvania, St. John's University in Collegeville, Minn., and served in the infantry in World War I. He served as president of the First National Bank of Chisholm Minnesota from 1947 to his retirement in 1958. He was a member of the Knights of Columbus, post 6419, the Hot Springs Elks Lodge, the American Legion and the Prime Time Catholics. He was a member of St. John's Catholic Church. Survivors include his wife, Catharine Osbolt of Hot Springs; a daughter, Betty Parrucci of Chisholm, Minnesota; a sister, Frances Lopp of Arcadia, California; five grandchildren, 11 great-grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews. There will be a rosary service today in Gross Mortuary Chapel. Funeral services will be at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday at St. John's Catholic Church, with Father Ralph Esposito officiating. Burial will be in Cavalry Cemetery with Gross Mortuary in charge of arrangements.

Oudenhoven, Anton

1968 Appleton Post Crescent dated 3/16/1968; Anton P. Oudenhoven, age 67, passed away about 10:30 p.m. Thursday after a short illness. He was born March 26th, 1900 in Grand Chute. He was a member of the Third Order of St. Francis, the Holy Name Society and also a member of the Quarter Century Club, Kimberly Clark Corp. of Kimberly. Survivors include his wife; one daughter, Mrs. Peter (Rita) VanSambeek Jr. of Kimberly; three sons, Jerome and Donald, both of Kimberly; Kenneth, Cudahy; one brother Dick, of Appleton and; six sisters, Mrs. Jack VanLieshout, of California; Mrs. Henry Vosbeek, Albert Lee, Minnesota; Mrs. Mary West, Miss Catherine Oudenhoven, Mrs. Ray Dohr, and Mrs. Victor Bloomer, all of Appleton; 18 grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at Monday at 10:00 a.m. at the Holy Name Catholic Church, Kimberly with internment in the parish cemetery.

Oudenhoven, Donald

1996 Appleton Post Crescent June 6th, 1996, Donald T.Oudenhoven, age 66, died Tuesday, June 4th, 1996 at his home following a heart attack. He is born October 29th, 1929 in Appleton, the son of the late Anton P. and Matilda (Verhagen) Oudenhoven. Don lived in Kimberly all his life. On November 24th, 1956 he married Carol Cisler. Don worked at Tuttle Press Artfaire for 40 years and was formerly secretary and president for Local 324. Don was very active in scouting for 44 years. Presently he was Assistant Scoutmaster with Boys Scout troop 67, Appleton. He received the St. George Award and the Silver Beaver and was a Vigil in the Order of the Arrow. He was a member of Holy Name Catholic Church, Kimberly where he was an usher for 30 years and presently Eucharistic Minister. Don served in the Korean conflict and was a member of American Legion post 60 of Kimberly and the VFW Harvey Pierre Post 2778 of Appleton. Don loved playing Santa for his grandchildren and fishing and camping with his family and scouts. He also enjoyed square dancing for 30 years. He is survived by his wife of 39 years, Carol M (Cisler) Oudenhoven; five children Jane (Frank) Taycher, Mackville; and their children: Afften, Christine and Joseph; Karen Oudenhoven and friend Bill Hanson, Appleton, and her children; Holly, Jeremy, Michael, Andrew, Alicia and Joshua; Paul (Tammy) Oudenhoven, Cartersville Georgia, and their children: Casey Jo and Kayla; Mary (David) Ratzburg, Appleton; Ann (Scott) Breyer, Appleton, and their children: Courtney and Chelsea; two brothers and sisters in law; Jerome and Marion Oudenhoven, Kimberly; Kenneth and Carole Oudenhoven, Franklin; a sister and brother in law: Rita and Peter VanSambeek, Kimberly. He was preceded in death by a granddaughter, Amy Breyer. The mass of resurrection will be at 11:00 a.m. on Friday at Holy Name Catholic Church, Kimberly. Burial will be in the Holy Name cemetery.< /br>  

Oudenhoven, Leon

2003 Appleton Post Crescent dated 6/23/2003; Oudenhoven, Leon, “Lee” Little Chute< /br> Age 53, died peacefully Friday June 20, 2003 at his home. He was born November 3, 1949 in Appleton, WI son of Jerome and Marion (Sprangers) Oudenhoven. On May 20, 1972 Lee married the former Mary Pankratz at Holy Name Catholic Church in Kimberly. The couple lived in the Kimberly area their entire married lives, moving to Little Chute a year ago. Lee was employed at Bergstrom Buick-Pontiac-GMC. He had three loves in his life; his family, his fishing and his playing of Santa to generations of area families. He was a member of Holy Name Catholic Church, Kimberly. Survivors include his wife Mary, Little Chute, a daughter Tammy (special friend Keith), Chicago, a son, Kyle (special friend, Sarah), Stevens Point, his mother, Marion (special friend Ed Klarner), Kimberly, a sister and brother-in-law, Shirley (Jim) Vander Heiden, Appleton, 3 brothers and sisters-in-law; Duane (Betsy) Oudenhoven, Chicago, IL, Bruce (Malynda) Oudenhoven, Little Chute, Dr. Keith (Pam) Oudenhoven, Kimberly. Lee is further survived by his wife’s family, Julia Pankratz, Ronald (Patty) Poleshinski, all of Combined Locks, numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his father, Jerome in 1997 and his father-in-law, Jerome Pankratz in 1990. Memorial services will be held at 5 pm Tuesday at Holy Name Catholic Church, Kimberly with Fr. Robert Vandenberg officiating. Friends may call directly at the church from 2 pm Tuesday until the time of services. In lieu of flowers, a memorial fund has been established in his name. Boettcher Family Funeral Home, Kaukauna is assisting the family.

Oudenhoven, Matilda (Verhagen)

1981 Appleton Post Crescent dated 12/16/1981; Mrs. Anton P. Oudenhoven, (Mathilda Verhagen), age 79 died Friday evening after a long illness. She was born April 1st, 1902 in Kaukauna. She lived in the Fox Valley area all of her life. Mrs. Oudenhoven was a life member of the third order of St. Francis, a member of the Kimberly Golden Agers, Holy Name Catholic Church, the ladies of Holy Name and the mission society. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Peter (Rita) VanSambeek, of Kimberly, a son Kenneth, of Milwaukee, two sons and daughters in law, Jerome and Marion, Donald and Carol all of Kimberly, a brother Nick Verhagen, of Menasha, 18 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, three sisters and three brothers. The funeral be at 12 noon Monday with a concelebrated Mass at Holy Name Catholic Church in Kimberly with Rev. Greg Smith Monsignor Jim Vandenhogen and Deacon Dennis Drury officiating. Burial will be in the parish cemetery.

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Patterson, Minnie (Powers)    (I am searching for any persons descended from Minnie (Powers) Patterson.)

1931 The Daily Olympian dated 11/21/1931 : Mrs. Patterson Dies In Seattle Hospital; Mrs. Minnie Patterson, 73, a resident of this city, died at a Seattle Hospital Friday. The deceased had made her home here with her daughter, Mrs. Harriet Stewart, 516 Franklin St, for the past four years. She was born in Wisconsin October 24, 1858. She came west early in life and married in Tacoma. With her husband she subsequently moved to Canada, where he died. Later she returned to the states and made her home in Portland until she came here. Surviving besides the daughter here is another, Mrs. Charles Gibbons, Banks, Oregon, and three grandchildren. The remains are at the Mills Funeral parlors pending arrangements for the funeral.

Peeters, Orville

1981 Appleton Post Crescent dated 7/25/1981; Orville Peeters, Little Chute, age 66, died unexpectedly at 12:22 p.m. Sunday. He was born August 21, 1914 in Little Chute. Mr. Peeters had been employed by the Kimberly-Clark Corp. for 34 years prior to his retirement. It was a member of the Kimberly-Clark Quarter-Century Club, served 10 years as a member of Little Chute Fire Department, was director of Leroy's Dutchboy's for 37 years, was a member of the Little Chute Community Band for 54 years, the Musicians Local 337 for 45 years, Little Chute Golden Agers and the Community Blood Bank. Survivors include his wife, Verona Romenesko Peeters; two daughters and one at son-in-law: Mary Joyce Egan, of Kaukauna; Darlene and Mike Evers, of Little Chute; two sons and daughters in law: Carl and Margaret, of Little Chute; Tom and Lynn, of Winchester; four sisters: Mrs. Jake (Reena) Gerritts, of Appleton; Mrs. Edwin (Anna) Miller, of Neenah; Mrs. Frank (Josephine) Tummett, of Menasha; Mrs. Frank (Rosella) Shaefer, of Appleton; 18 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents and two brothers, Frank and Clarence. The funeral will be at 10:00 a.m. Tuesday at St. John Catholic Church, with the Rev. James Vanden hogen officiating. Internment will be in the parish cemetery.

Pennings, Arthur G

1995 Appleton Post Crescent August 31st, 1995, Arthur G. Pennings, age 83, was born to eternal life August 30, 1995 at 11:22 a.m. following a courageous battle with cancer. He entered life in Freedom, Wisconsin on May 25th, 1912 the 12th of 14 children born to the late Theodore and Henrietta (Romanesko) Pennings. He married the former Bernice Widmar on August 18th, 1934. They celebrated 56 years of marriage prior to her death on November 19th, 1988. Mr. Pennings was employed by Fairmont Foods Co. for 26 years and then by Neenah Menasha Credit Bureau until his retirement in 1978, when he relocated to Glendale Arizona. Survivors include eight children: Shirley (Ed) Hartfiel, Appleton; Elaine (Ernie) Flunker, Fremont; Anita (Wayne) Sawall, New London; Marlene Gruetzmacher, Menasha; Kate (Jack) Williams, Osseo, Nancy Pennings, Neenah; Wayne (Barbara) Pennings, Appleton; Colleen (David) Baehnman, Appleton; 20 grandchildren, 15 great-grandchildren, a brother in law, Wallace (Vi) Widmar, Chilton. Arthur is survived and numerous nieces and nephews, and other relatives and friends. He was preceded in death by his parents, his wife, seven brothers, six sisters, a grandson, Greg Crane; and a great-grandson, Eric Delzer. The mass of resurrection will be celebrated at 11:00 a.m. Friday September 1st, 1995 at St. Bernard Catholic Church with Father Orville Jansen officiating. Friends may call Friday directly at the church from 9:00 a.m. until the hour of services. The family wishes to thank the Visiting Nurse Association and the Fox Cities Committee hospice, especially Betty for her help and thoughtful care, it was greatly appreciated by the family. Our father, who went to heaven, Arthur was his name. Was in May 25th of which he came upon this earth a small lad. He wasn't always perfect, but he gave it all he had. There were many hardships in this family; some made us very sad. But through all those times of trouble we always leaned on Dad. Now he's gone to heaven, to meet our mother Bernie. We have to lean on each other and leave the Lord in charge. Now it's time to say goodbye there's one thing we must say, Dad, we really love you and will miss you more each and every day. Your journey is ended. Till we meet again, peace to you, Dad. Your loving family.

Pennings, Bernice (Widmar)

1988 Appleton Post Crescent dated 11/20/1988; Mrs. Arthur G. Pennings, (Bernice M. Widmar) 5950 W. Missouri Ave. Glendale, AZ, Age 72, died at 12:41 am Saturday Novemner 19, 1988, after a courageous battle with cancer. She was born May 8, 1916, in Hanover, Ill. and had been an Appleton resident most of her life. Bernice had been employed by Piggly Wiggly, Kroger, Krambo and A & P stores for more than 30 years. She and her husband moved to the Phoenix, Ariz. area in 1981 where she has lived since that time. She was a former member of St. Bernard Catholic Church in Appleton. She is survived by her husband, Arthur, whom she married on Aug. 18, 1934; seven daughters and three sons-in-law. Shirley Crane of Appleton, Elaine and Ernest Flunker of Fremont, Anita Samson of New London, Marlene, Gruepzmacher of Mehasha, Kay and Jack Williams of Osseo, Nancy Pennings of Neenah, Colleen and David Baehnman of Appleton; a son and daughter-in-law, Wayne and Barbara Pennings of Appleton; a brother and sister-in-law, Wallace and Violet Widmar of Chilton; 19 grandchildren; 11 great grandchildren, a great-uncle, Al Kass of Menasha; and two nephews: She was preceded in death by her parents, John and Kathryn (Newhouse) Widmar: a grandson, Gregory Crane; and a great-grandson Eric Delzer.< /br> Complete funeral services will be at St. Bernard Catholic Church, 1617 W Pine St Appleton; Father Orville H. Lassen officiating. Friends may call at Wichmann Funeral Home Tuesday 2 to 8 pm. A memorial fund is being established. "It is the sincere wish of the family that friends and colleagues attend the Tuesday evening service to celebrate her good works and courage, and with the understanding that her battle is now over."

Pennings, Caroline (Burke) (also Caze, also Bahde)

1986 Appleton Post Crescent dated 12/26/1986 Caroline Bahde, Caroline Caze, West Allis, age 80, died Tuesday evening, December 23rd, 1986, after a short illness. She was born March 17th, 1906 in Kaukauna, and had been an Appleton resident most of her life. She was a member of St. Mary Catholic church. Survivors include three daughters and sons in law, Dorothy and William Henn, Appleton, Delores and Larry Peters, Beverly and Bob Liederbach, all of Milwaukee, two sons and a daughter in law, Eugene and Pat Pennings, Vista, Calif., Thomas Caze, Milwaukee, two brothers, three sisters, 21 grandchildren, 31 great-grandchildren, many nieces and nephews and friends. She was preceded in death by her husband's, a son, Francis Caze, her parents, and two sisters. The complete funeral will be Saturday at 11:00 a.m. from the valley funeral home, with Reverend Michael O. Rourke officiating,. Burial will be in Combined Locks. Friends may call at the Valley funeral home from 10:00 a.m. Saturday until the time of service.

Pennings, Esther (DeDecker)

Unknown Newspaper ; Esther Pennings; Funeral services were held Monday at Green Bay for Mrs. John Esther Pennings, 76, who died September 4th in Green Bay. She was born in Brussels in June 1st, 1911 to Alex and Barbara Decker,. She married John C. Pennings, August 20th, 1930 and Appleton and they farmed and also had operated several nursing homes including the Dorchester Nursing Center. Survivors include her husband John, Green Bay, four sons and three daughters, including Mrs. George (Barbara) Schmelzer, Sturgeon Bay, a foster son, 34 grandchildren, 24 great-grandchildren, and two brothers.

Pennings, Eugene

Obit Missing - Died 12/17/2003 Eden, UT.

Pennings, Henrietta (Romenesko)

1946 Kaukauna Times dated 7/31/1946; Mrs. Pennings Funeral Rites Held at Freedom - Dies in Green Bay at age 74 after Illness lasting 5 weeks.< /br> Funeral services for Mrs. Henrietta Pennings, mother of Mrs Tony Derus and Mrs. Leo Benotch, and sister of Walter Romenesko, Mrs. Dora Verhagen and Mrs. Matt Weber, were held Tuesday morning at St. Nicholas Catholic church in Freedom with the Rev. Van Dyke in charge. The funeral procession left Fargo funeral home and proceeded to Freedom where burial was in Freedom cemetery. She was born Feb. 24, 1872 in Freedom and lived there most of her life until her death which came Saturday afternoon in Green Bay after a 5 week illness. She is survived by five daughters, Mrs Don McCauly and Mrs. Herman Penterman of Appleton, Mrs Derus and Mrs Benotch of Kaukauna, Mrs. Marvin Green of Green Bay; four sons Harry of Los Angleles, CA, John of Green Bay, Arthur and Leo of Appleton; one brother Walter Romenesko of Kaukauna,; three sisters Mrs Charles Unmuth of Appleton, Mrs. Verhagen and Mrs Weber of Kaukauna, 40 grandchildren, and 4 great-grandchildren. Pall bearers were Orrin Romenesko, Ted Feller, Ed Unmuth, Peter Verhagen, John Verhagen and Herbert Weber.

Pennings, Henry M

1951 Appleton Post Crecent dated 12/4/1951; Harry M. Pennings, 56, Los Angeles, Calif., Formerly of Freedom, is dead in California according to word received by relatives. He was born June 11, 1895 in Freedom and lived there for many years. Survivors include the widow, one daughter, Gloria, one son, Raymond, Los Angeles; three brothers, John of Green Bay, Arthur of Readfield, and Leo of Newton, Wis.; five sisters, Mrs. Josephine MacCauley, Appleton; Mrs. A. R. Derus, Kaukauna; Mrs. herman Penterman, Appleton, Mrs. Marvin Green, Green Bay, and Mrs. Loe Benotch, Kaukauna, and two gran children. Funeral services and burial will be held in California.

Pennings, Leo T

1989 Appleton Post Crescent dated 8/28/1989; Leo T. Pennings, 308 Forest Blvd. Sheboygan Falls, age 75, died Sunday Augusf, 27, 1989, at his home after a lengthy illness. He was born July 6, 1914 in Freedom, Wisconsin, the son of the late Theodore and Henrietta (Romanesko) Pennings. On June 16, 1936, he married Lucille Hanig of Appleton. The couple was married at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Appleton. He was employed at Plastic Engineering and Kohler General, retiring in 1973. Mr. Pennings is survived by his wife, Lucille; five sons: Paul T. Pennings, Howards Grove, James L. Pennings, Sheboygan Falls; Nikki Pennings, Sheboygan, Steven, K. Pennings, Howards Grove and Jeffery Pennings, Sheboygan; six daughters: Mrs. William (Patrcia) Steward, Kaukauna, Mrs. Dale (Diane) Borgan, Elkhart Lake; Ms. Linda Barker, Woodruff; Mrs. Dale (Laurie) Meyer, Gibbsville, Mrs. Donald (Donna) Reindl, Du Quain, llIinois, and Mrs. David (Cindy) Faucher, Sheboygan; 31 grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; two brothers: John Pennings, Green Bay; and Arthur Pennings, Glendale, Arizona; a sIster, Mrs. Magdalene Benotch, Kaukauria. He was preceded in death by two grandchildren and several brothers and sisters. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, August 30, 1989,8 p.m; at the Ballhorn Chapels. Rosary will be at 7 p.m. Deacon William Jens of St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church will officiate. Cremation will follow, with the urn entombed in< /br> The Resurrection Mausoleum. Friends may call at the Ballhorn Chapels on Wednesday from 2 p.m. to the time of services.

Pennings, Margaret (Verhagen) (also Hietpas)

1994 Obit Appleton Post Crescent dated 8/22/1994; Margaret Hietpas Pennings (Margaret Verhagen), Kaukauna, age 95, died at 2:00 p.m. Saturday, August 20th, 1994. She was born April 13th, 1899 to the late Gerrit Verhagen and Dora Romenesko. She was a member of the St. John Catholic Church, Little Chute. Survivors include three daughters: Patricia Tatro, of Appleton; Betty VanderSanden, of Little Chute; Margaret Hietpas, of Kaukauna; a daughter in law, Yvonne Hietpas, of Little Chute; five sons: Arthur and Irene Hietpas, of Appleton; Paul and Ethel Hietpas, of Coleman; Owen and Irene Hietpas, of Leesburg Fla.; Mark Hietpas and special friend of Betty VanSchindel, of Kaukauna; Dennis Hietpas, of Kaukauna; a son in law William Mattern, of Menasha; 50 grandchildren, 11 great-grandchildren, and 10 great great-grandchildren. She's also survived by stepdaughters, Helen Dutkrevic of Combined Locks; Beatrice Watry of Little Chute; Evelyn and Julius Schmidt of Sherwood; Leila and Norbert Delrow of Kaukauna; Adele and Jerry Stein of Little Chute; stepsons Clarence Pennings, of Combined Locks; Alvin Pennings, of Combined Locks; 17 step grandchildren and 22 step great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, William P. Hietpas in 1955; her second husband William Pennings in 1978, two daughters, Bernice Larson in 1985 and Shirley Mattern in 1988, and a daughter in law Ruth Hietpas in 1991, a son, William in 1988; three sons-in-laws; Ted Larson in 1968, Henry Tatro in 1980, and Casey VanderSanden in 1993, grandchildren Randy Hietpas, Kay Ellen Hietpas, Doug Mattern; four brothers Henry, Michael, Louis, and John Verhagen; four sisters Ann, Hattie, Catherine, and Mary. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday from St. John Catholic Church with the Reverend Monsignor James Vandenhogen officiating. Internment will be in the parish cemetery.

Pennings, Peter

1922 Appleton Post Crescent dated 10/25/1922; Pennings Funeral - Funeral services for Peter T. Pennings, 28, who was drowned Tuesday afternoon in the tailrace of Fox River Paper Company mill will be held at 9 am Monday morning from St. Joseph's church. Internment will be in the St. Joseph's cemetery.

Pennings, Theodore

1937 Appleton Post Crescent dated 5/29/1937; Theodore Pennings, 68, 840 Kamps avenue, died at 3:10 Friday afternoon following a lingering illness. He was born in the town of Freedom Sept. 5. 1868, and lived on a farm there until eight years ago when he came to Appleton He was a member of St. Therese church. Survivors are the widow; five daughters; Mrs. Don McCauley. Appleton; Mrs. Anthony Derus and Mrs. Leo Benotch, Kaukauna; Mrs. Marvin Greene, Green Bay, Mrs. Herman Penterman, Medina; four sons, Harry, San Pedro, Calif.: John, Green Bay: Arthur, Menasha, Leo, Appleton: one sister, Mrs. William Delrow, Appleton and twenty -three grandchildren. The funeral will be held at 8 o'clock Tuesday morning, at the residence with services at 9 o'clock at St. Nicholas, Freedom. Burial will be in the parish cemetery.

Pennings, Walter Mathias

1927 Appleton Post Crescent dated 7/8/1927; Locktender drowns in Kaukauna Canal - Body of Walter Pennings is recovered an hour after he fell in water - Kaukauna - Walter Pennings, 27, locktender here was drowned at 10:30 Tuesday evening when he walked into the Fox River at the approach of the fourth lock. Mr. Pennings was on his way to open the second lock about a quarter mile west of the fourth lock and because of wet grass, he walked along the stones along the Canal bank. Mr. Pennings stopped at te lock tender's house at the fourth lock to turn on the lights which are located at each lock but there are none in between. He continued his walk along the canal bank and is believed to have fallen in the river about 30 feet from the house where the canal widens and the bank turns sharply to the right. Walter Ritten who helped Mr. Pennings at the fourth lock heard a call for help but when he reached th ebank it was so extremely dark that he could only see where the body had gone down. Mr. Pennings cap was floating in the water. A number of men worked with pikes poles and grappling hooks and the body was recovered at about 11;15 by Louis Rassmussen, lockmaster and Louis Rogers. Mr. Pennings is survived by his widow and one sone, Eugene, his parents, Mr. & Mrs. Theodore Pennings of Freedom, and four brothers, Harry of San Pedro, Calif., Oliver, Leo and Arthur of Freedom, four sisters, Mrs. Donald McCaulley of Appleton, Mrs. Anton Derys of Kaukauna, Magdelen and Loretta Pennings of Freedom.< /br>  

Pennings, William

1970 Appleton Post Crescent dated September 9th, 1970, William Pennings, age 80, passed away at 6:45 p.m. Tuesday after a brief illness. He was born, July 16th, 1890 in Phlox, Wisconsin. He was a member of the Holy Name Society of St. John Catholic church. Survivors are his wife, Margaret; five daughters, Mrs. Harvey (Helen) Kobussen, of Kimberly, Mrs. Guiles (Beatrice) Watry, of Little Chute, Mrs. Julius (Evelyn) Schmidt, of Sherwood, Mrs. Norbert (Lila) Delrow, of Dundas, Mrs. Gerald (Adele) Stein, of Little Chute; two sons, Clarence and Alvin, both of Combined Locks; five stepdaughters, Mrs. Henry (Patricia) Tatro, Mrs. Ted (Bernice) Larsen, both of Kaukauna, Mrs. Casey (Betty) Vandersanden, Mrs. William (Shirley) Mattern, Menasha, and Margaret Ann, at home; six stepsons, Arthur Hietpas, of Appleton, Paul, William and Mark Hietpas, all of Little Chute, Owen Hietpas, of Appleton and Dennis, at home; three brothers, Julius and Wilbert, both of Little Chute, John, of Combined Locks; one sister, Mrs. Arnold Strick, of Little Chute; 61 grandchildren and 24 great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 10:00 a.m. Friday at St. John Catholic Church with internment in the parish cemetery. The Rev. Norbert VandeLoo officiating.< /br> < /br>  

Penterman, Herman A Jr

Herman A. Penterman Jr. Eagle Lake, Minnesota< /br> Herman Anthony Penterman Jr., age 62 of Eagle Lake, Minnesota died Wednesday morning, June 13, 2001 at Cherry Meadows, Appleton, Wisconsin. He was born on June 19, 1938 in Horton, Wisconsin, the son of the late Herman an Loretta (Pennings) Penterman. Herman honored his country by serving in the U.S. Air Force from 1956 until 1960. He made his home in Appleton, Wisconsin where he was employed with Piper Industries from 1969 until 1983. He then worked for R.J. Immel and Sons Excavating in Appleton and then with Hiniker Company in Mankato, Minnesota from 1987 until the time of his illness. He married Amy Hartenbach on May 26, 1990 in Madison Lake, Minnesota and they have made their home in Eagle Lake, Minnesota. Herman was a member of All Saints Catholic Church in Madison Lake, Minnesota. Herman loved his home, gardening, growing roses and spending many hours enjoying the outdoors, woods and hunting with his special nephew Fran Jr.< /br> He is survived by his wife Amy Penterman, Eagle Lake, Minnesota; a daughter and son-in-law: Jaunita and Dan Zenefski, Dale, Wisconsin; a brother and sister-in-law: Frances and Ruth Penterman, Waupaca, Wisconsin; a sister and brother-in-law: Judi and Donald Schinke, Appleton, Wisconsin; a granddaughter Ashley, and a number of nieces and nephews. Along with his parents, he was also preceded in death by a sister, Noreen and two brothers: Peter and Joseph.< /br> Funeral services will be held on Friday, June 15, 2001 at 6 p.m. at St. Mary Catholic Church, Winneconne, Wisconsin with Rev. LeRoy Smet officiating. Due to wet conditions, burial will be held at a later time in Winneconne Cemetery, with military honors. Family and friends may call at the church on Friday from 4 p.m. until the hour of services.Mueller Funeral Home 904 E. Main St. P.O. Box 30< /br> Winneconne, WI 54986 920-582-4242

Penterman, Herman Sr.

1976 Appleton Post Crescent dated 11/14/1976; Herman Penterman, Sr. age 81, died suddenly Friday afternoon at St. Elizabeths hospital. He was born May 25th, 1895 in the town of Holland Wisconsin. He had served in the U.S. Army during World War I. He had been a resident of Outagamie all of his life, where he farmed until his retirement. Mr. Penterman was a member of St. Joseph's Parish Appleton, the disabled American Veterans, the Veterans of World War I. Survivors include his wife Loretta, to daughters, Mrs. Roger (Judith) Floyd and Noreen, both of Appleton, four sons, Peter, Joseph, Herman Jr., and Francis, all of Appleton, 11 grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. The funeral will be at 10:30 a.m. at St. Joseph Catholic Church with the Rev. Roger Zack officiating. Burial will be in the St. Joseph cemetery.

Penterman, Loretta (Pennings)

1988 Appleton Post Crescent dated 2/13/1988; Loretta M. (Pennings) Penterman, 3721 Capital Court, Appleton, age 79. went to her eternal rest on February 12, 1988. She was born May 19, 1908 in the town of Freedom and was a lifelong resident of Appleton. On May 21, 1928 she married Herman Penterman Sr. in St. Nicholas Catholic Church in Freedom. Early in their marriage, she and her husband farmed in the Appleton area. She then spent the rest of her working life employed in several area nursing facilities until her retirment. She will be sadly missed by her daughter and son-in-law, Judy and Don Schinke, with whom she resided the last two years; her other daughter Noreen Kelly of Milwaukee; her four sons and faur daughters in law; Peter and Janice Penterman, and Joseph and Lavern Penterman, all of Appleton, Herman and Amy Penterman of Pine River; three brothers and two sisters, John Pennings of Green Bay, Arthur and Bernice Pennings of Glandale, Arizona, Leo and Lou Pennings of Sheboygan Falls; a sister Magdelene Benotch of Kaukauna, 11 grandchildren, and numerous great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband on Nov 12, 1976. three sisters and three brothers and a grandchild, Dawn Penterman. The completee funeral...Internment will take place in St. Joseph Cemetery...A memorial fund has been established. At this time we wish to extend our heartfelt gratification to Sarah Weyenberg and Antionette Durben for their dedication and love, Loretta wiil no long be in our daily lives, but we will meet again one day.

Pfotenhauer, Dorothy (McGrath)

1963 Green Bay Press Gazette dated 7/16/1963; Mrs. Walter Pfotenhauer, 67, 644 S. Roosevelt St. died this morning after a short illness. She was born May 30, 1896, in Kaukauna. The former Dorothy McGrath lived in Green Bay most of her life. Her husband preceded her in death on March 2, 1962. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Hillard (Eunice) Perra; Mrs. Lawrence (Audrey) Maloney; both of Green Bay; seven grandchildren, one sisiter Mrs. Edward (Marion) Madigan, Green Bay. ...Burial will be in Allouez Cemetery.

Piper, Adeline (Fox)

Obit Missing - died 2/6/1976 Keystone Heights, FL.

Piper, Carl H

Obit Missing - died 12/15/1988 Keystone Heights, FL.

Platt, Lucille (Green)

1996 Appleton Post Crescent dated 9/2/1996; Mrs. William Platt, Lucille Green, passed away unexpectedly Saturday afternoon, August 31st at Theda Clark Regional Medical Center at the age of 76. She was born December 17th, 1919 in Appleton and had been a resident of Menasha since 1946. She was the daughter of William and Blanche (Brady) Green. She was a graduate of Appleton high-school class of 1937. She and Mr. Platt were married September 20th, 1941. Lucille was a devoted and dedicated wife, mother and grandmother who found time during her lifetime to serve the community in addition to the family, relatives and friends. During World War II she was a nurse's aide at St. Elizabeth Hospital in Appleton. This was followed by serving as a Red Cross Gray Lady and subsequent service to the Red Cross as a blood bank worker, including chairperson of volunteers. She and her partner Dorothy VanLoo were among the first deliverers of meals on wheels. This was followed by more than 20 years of service with the Theda Clark Hospital auxiliary. She was still active at the time of her death. While her two daughters were growing up, she served as a Brownie leader and cochaired the Buttes des Morts grade school in Menasha PTA with her husband. She taught Bible school at St. Timothy's Lutheran Church in Menasha while her children were growing up. The family was a member of St. Timothy's from 1946 to 1972 and at St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Neenah since 1972. She sang in both churches choirs for many years and was active in the Lutheran Church Women's Organization, having held of all offices from Circle leader to chair person between the two churches. Her civic activities included poll worker, a jury duty, and Friends of the Menasha library. She also served on the board of directors of the Visiting Nurse Association as well as the Red Cross. She loved the change of seasons, particularly fall, and flowers of all kinds. She will be missed by all who knew her. Survivors are her husband William; two daughters, Mrs. Robert (Susan) Petersen, of Glendale, and Nancy M. Platt of Appleton; two brothers, Donald (Blanche) Green, of Appleton and Robert Green of Kimberly; three grandchildren, Mark William Peterson of Milwaukee, Kristen Elizabeth Peterson of Glendale and Heidi Platt Suke of Appleton. Also survived by a brother in law Richard Platt (Billie) Rojean of Dayton Ohio, a sister in law Mrs. Dorothy (Robert) Gruen of Hedgesville, West Virginia, a former son-in-law Paul Suke of Appleton. She was preceded in death by her parents, Nicholas and Blanche Green and her oldest brother Marvin Greene of Appleton. The funeral will be Wednesday at 11:00 a.m. at St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Neenah with the Rev. Allan Krabbe officiating. Entombment will be in the Highland Memorial Park Appleton. In lieu of flowers the family requests that memorial gifts be given to St. Paul's Lutheran Church Memorial Fund, the American Red Cross, Neenah- Menasha Chapter and Theda Clark Hospital Auxiliary student scholarship program.

Platt, William Fred

1998 Appleton Post Crescent dated 4/3/1998, William Fred Platt, died Appleton Wednesday April 1, 1998 after a long illness. He was born October 11th, 1918 in Racine, Wisconsin. He was the oldest child of Neil E. and Martha J. (Herman) Platt. He grew up in Crown Point, Indiana and was graduated from Crown Point High School in 1935 and Purdue University in 1939 with a degree in chemical engineering. He was employed by Kimberly-Clark Corp. for 41 and one-half years in various capacities and retired in January of 1981 as distribution manager for the U.S. Consumer Division. He served in many civic and municipal functions which included school board for the city of Menasha, Commissioner of Menasha Electric and utilities, past president of Kiwanis Club, PTA, officer and director of the Neenah- Menasha chapter of the American Red Cross, Neenah-Menasha United Way Allocations and Nominating committee, East district chairman of the valley Council of Boy Scouts of America, a member and past president of the Neenah Club, member of the BPOE. 676, Kimberly post of the American Legion, member of the Theda Clark Hospital auxiliary, member of the St. Paul's Lutheran Church and active in the choir, Church Council and other committees. Bill served on the board of directors of the Badger Hawkeyes Blood Service region of Madison, and served on the board of directors of Fox valley Lutheran homes Inc., Appleton. He was a life member of Kimberly-Clark Corp., a veteran of World War II and served in the U.S. Navy on L S T 947 in the Pacific as lieutenant JG. USNR. He was a resident of Menasha since 1946. He enjoyed fishing, golf, music and piano, and was an avid reader. Bill was preceded in death by his wife, the former Lucille Green, Appleton, whom he married on September 20th, 1941; his parents and a sister, Rosalie. He is survived by his two daughters; Susan and Robert Peterson, Glendale, and their children Mark (Wendy) Peterson and Kristin Peterson; Nancy Platt, Appleton and her daughter Heidi Platt Suke, a brother, Richard (Billy) Platt, in Dayton Ohio, a sister Dorothy (Bob) Green, Hedgesville West Virginia, two brothers in law, Donald and Blanche Green and Robert Green, nieces, nephews, and many dear friends. Funeral services will be held Monday April 6, 1998 at 11:00 a.m. at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Neenah and with the Rev. James Siem, Alan Crab, and James Plymire officiating. Entombment will be in the Star of Hope mausoleum, Appleton. The family expresses much gratitude and thanks to caregivers Jan Markel, Mary Beth Hickey, and Carolyn Johnson as well as the Fox Valley VNA hospice staff.< /br>  

Portman, James

2004 James J. Portman, 59, of Oshkosh, died Monday April 12, 2004 at his residence. He was born July 12, 1944 in Appleton a son of Ervin and Val West Portman Sr. On July 20, 2002 he married Julie Thomas in Maui, Hawaii. < /br> He was a veteran of the U.S. Marines serving in Vietnam for 4 years. He was a member of the VFW Post 1908 and loved sailing. < /br> He is survived by his wife, Julie of Oshkosh, two sons Gerard (fiancée Carol) Portman, Joseph “Jody” Portman all of Dallas, TX., his father Ervin Portman Sr. of Oshkosh, three brothers Jerry (Julie) Portman of Wheaton, IL., Lee (Leanne) Portman of Fond du Lac, Ervin (Sue) Portman Jr. of Cary, N.C., four sisters Susan (Jerry) Woodson of Oshkosh, Barbara (Rev Dean) Einerson of Rhinelander, Beverly (Jim) Campbell of Middleton, Patricia (Karl) Linck of Kohler, one grandson Derian Portman, many nieces and nephews. < /br> He was preceded in death by his mother. < /br> Funeral services will be held on Friday April 16, 2004 at 2 p.m at Konrad-Behlman Funeral Home-West with Rev. Daniel Felton officiating. Visitation will be held on Friday at the funeral home from noon until the time of the service. Burial will be in King Veterans Cemetery. < /br> A memorial has been established.

Powers, Alice (Nash)

Obit Missing died 8/14/1982 Appleton

Powers, Alma (Bredendick)

Obit Missing died 10/16/1973 Brookfield, WI.

Powers, Audrey (Walters)

Obit Missing died 10/13/1994 Green Bay, WI.

Powers, Catherine (Finnel)

1902 Kaukauna Times dated 12/5/1902; Mrs Patrick Powers one of the oldest settlers of Holland departed life last Saturday aged 76 years. Funeral was held at Hollandtown church and one of the largest ever attended, over 165 teams lined up in the funeral cortege.

Powers, Edward

1986 Appleton Post Crescent dated 1/2/1986; Edward A. Powers, Birch Hill Care Center, Shawano, Age 85, died Wednesday, January 1, 1986. He was born August 10, 1900 in Kaukauna to the late John and Helen Rohan Powers. Survivors include a daughter, Colleen Holmes, Seattle; a sister, Genevieve Helbock, Appleton; a sister-in-law, Helen Powers, Green Bay; three grandchildren. He was preceded in death by four brothers, Willy, Patrick, John and Harold, four sisters, Elsie, Mamie, Eleanor Hanson and Margaurite. The funeral will be at 12 noon Saturday at Greenwood Funeral Home, Kaukauna, with the Rev. Theodore Hendricks officiating. Internment will be in St, Mary's Cemetery, Kaukauna. Friends may call at the Greenwood Funeral Home from 10 a.m. Saturday morning until the service.

Powers, Harold Joseph

1948 Green Bay Press Gazette dated April 20, 1948< /br> Funeral services for Harold Powers, 40, 836 Kellog St. who died Monday, will be held at 9:30 Wednesday morning at St. Mary's church, Kaukauna, with burial in Holy Cross Cemetery.

Powers, Helen (Hurst)

Obit Missing died 3/9/1999 Green Bay, WI.

Powers, Helen (Rohan)

1915 Kaukauna Times dated 3/5/1915; Mrs. John Powers< /br>After a lingering illness, Helen, wife of John Powers of Buchanan, sank peacefully to her long rest early Tuesday morning, surrounded by the family who are left heart broken by her loss. Her husband and ten children, her mother, two brothers and two sisters mourn her departure. Soon after the first of December, Mrs. Powers, whose failing health caused her to seek a change of climate, went to Berkley, California, thinking to spend the winter and in the spring return recuperated to her dear ones. But the damp atmosphere of that locality only made her worse and as soon as possible she returned home feeling she needed the gentle care of her family more than anything else, and from her arrival at home January 28, she continued to fail until the end came Tuesday morning at 12:40 o'clock, when she bid her dear ones a loving and final farewell.< /br>Helen Rohan was born in Buchanan, June 20th, 1866, and has lived all her life in this vicinity. She was married July 3rd, 1888, to John Powers, who with their children survive. They are as follows; William H. Powers, Buchanan; Mrs. John Vandenberg, Kenosha; Mrs. Charles McDonald, Chicago; Eleanor, Marguerite, Genevieve, Patrick, John, Edward, and Harold Powers at home; also her mother, Mrs. John Rohan, and brothers William and Patrick Rohan, Kaukauna, and sisters, Mrs Barney Keelan, Antigo and Mrs. Martin Conners, Appleton.< /br>Mrs. Powers death will long be mourned by a large circle of friends in Buchanan and Kaukauna where she was universally respected for her many good qualities of mind and character.< /br>The funeral was held from St. Francis church at Holland Thursday under charge of her pastor, Rev. Father Van Elsen, with internment in the parish cemetery. The six pall-bearers were her own family, her husband, John Powers and her five sons, William H. Powers, Patrick Powers, John Powers, Jr., Edward Powers and Harold Powers. What could be more appropriate than to be tenderly born to her last earthly home by her own dearly beloved ones - those who loved her best.

Powers, Joan (Kelly)

2002 Appleton Post Crescent dated 1/1/2002;Powers, Joan J. (nee Kelly) 100 E. 13th Kaukauna< /br> Age 72, passed away Saturday morning, December 29, 2001 in Milwaukee following a long illness. She was born December 4, 1929 in Menomonee, Michigan; daughter of A.J. and Gertrude (Dugan) Kelly. Joan attended and graduated from St. Patrick Grade School and St. Joseph Academy in Green Bay. On September 30, 1950 she married Wilfred Powers at St. Patrick Catholic Church, Green Bay. The couple lived in Kaukauna their entire married lives. Joan worked for the Bank of Kaukauna for ten years. She enjoyed collecting cook books, playing cards and bingo. Joan especially enjoyed spending time with the grandchildren. She was a member of St. Aloysius Catholic Church, where she was a Past President of the Parish Council and was a member of the VFW Auxiliary Posts 3319.< /br> Survivors include her husband, Wilfred “Wolfie”, Kaukauna; a daughter and son-in-law, Kelly Ann (Jon) Johnson, Madison; a son and daughter-in-law, Brian (Michelle) Powers, Appleton; and Dr. Jeff (Valerie) Palarski (whom she always considered part of the family), Roscoe, Illinois; two grandchildren, Brittany and Erin Powers; her mother, Gertrude Kelly, Kaukauna. She is further survived by her husband’s family: Richard (Marie) Powers, Appleton; Sherman (Patty) Powers, Denton, Texas; and Al Zirbel, Wrightstown; numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her father, A.J.; and a son, Michael.< /br> Funeral services will be held 11:30 a.m. Thursday at St. Aloysius Catholic Church, Kaukauna with Fr. David Schmidt officiating. Burial in Holy Cross Cemetery, Kaukauna. Friends may call at BOETTCHER FAMILY FUNERAL HOME, 2401 Fieldcrest Dr., Kaukauna from 4 to 8 p.m. Wednesday and after 10:30 a.m. Thursday directly at the church until the time of services. There will be a parish prayer service at 7 p.m. Wednesday. A memorial fund has been established in her name.< /br> The family would like to thank the doctors and nurses at the ICU at St. Elizabeth Hospital, Appleton and St. Joseph Hospital, Milwaukee and also to the staff of Life Care Specialties in Milwaukee and Fesenius Medical Care (Dialysis Unit) in Appleton. Also sincere appreciation goes to Dr. Alan Cherkasky, Kaukauna.< /br> If tears could build a stairway And memories a lane< /br> I’d walk right up to heaven and Bring you home again.< /br> From Brittany & Erin< /br> < /br> 2002 Green Bay Press Gazette dated 01/01/2002; Powers, Joan J. (nee) Kelly,< /br> Joan J. Powers (nee Kelly), 100 E. 13th, Kaukauna, 72, passed away Saturday morning, Dec. 29, 2001 in Milwaukee following a long illness. She was born Dec. 4, 1929 in Menomonee, Mich., daughter of A.J. and Gertrude (Dugan) Kelly. Joan attended and graduated from St. Patrick Grade School and St. Joseph Academy in Green Bay. On Sept. 30, 1950 she married Wilfred Powers at St. Patrick Catholic Church, Green Bay. The couple lived in Kaukauna their entire married lives. Joan worked for the Bank of Kaukauna for 10 years. She enjoyed collecting cook books, playing cards and bingo. Joan especially enjoyed spending time with the grandchildren. She was a member of St. Aloysius Catholic Church, where she was a Past President of the Parish Council and was a member of the VFW Auxiliary Post 3319.< /br> Survivors include her husband, Wilfred “Wolfie”, Kaukauna; a daughter and son-in-law, Kelly Ann (Jon) Johnson, Madison; a son and daughter-in-law, Brian (Michelle) Powers, Appleton; and Dr. Jeff (Valerie) Palarski (whom she always considered part of the family) of Roscoe, Ill.; two grandchildren, Brittany and Erin Powers, her mother Gertrude Kelly, Kaukauna. She is further survived by her husband’s family, Richard (Marie) Powers, Appleton; Sherman (Patty) Powers, Denton, Texas and Al Zirbel, Wrightstown; numerous nieces and nephews.< /br> She was preceded in death by her father, A.J. and a son, Michael.< /br> Funeral services will be held 11:30 a.m. Thursday at St. Aloysius Catholic Church, Kaukauna, with Fr. David Schmidt officiating. Burial in Holy Cross Cemetery, Kaukauna. Friends may call at BOETTCHER FAMILY FUNERAL HOME, 2401 Fieldcrest Dr. Kaukauna from 4 to 8 p.m. Wednesday and after 10:30 a.m. Thursday directly at the church until the time of services. There will be a parish prayer service at 7 p.m. Wednesday. A memorial fund has been established in her name.< /br> The family would like to thank the Doctors and Nurses at the ICU at St. Elizabeth Hospital, Appleton and St. Joseph Hospital, Milwaukee and also to the staff of Life Care Specialties in Milwaukee and Fesenius Medical Care (Dialysis Unit) in Appleton. Also sincere appreciation goes to Dr. Alan Cherkasky, Kaukauna.< /br> If tears could build a stairway And memories a lane< /br> I’d walk right up to heaven and Bring you home again.< /br> From Brittany and Erin

Powers, John (1858-1935)

1935 Wausau Daily record Herald dated 3/1/1935; Obituary John Powers; John Powers, 76, of Ringle retired farmer, died last evening at 5 o'clock at a local hospital after an illness of ten days. Funeral services will be held Tuesday morning at St. Francis Church in Hollandtown. Burial will be in the Catholic Cemetery in Hollandtown. Th ebody will be at the Barden funeral home until tomorrow morning when it will be taken to Hollandtown. The deceased was born May 14, 1858 in the town of Buchanan, Brown County. He was married in Hollandtown 2/15/1857 to Miss Mary Vandehey. He moved to Unity in 1902 and was a resident of Ringle for the past three years. Surviving him are his widow; one daughter, Mrs John Hein of Ringle and one brother, Richard Hein of Oshkosh.

Powers, John (1898-1944)

1944 Kaukauna Times dated 11/15/1944; Last Rites For J. Powers to be Held Thursday - John Powers, Jr., Died Saturday Night at St. Elizabeth's Hospital. Funeral services for John Powers, Jr., 46, route 3, who died at 11:55 Saturday night at St. Elizabeth's Hospital after an illness of about one year, will be held Thursday morning from the Greenwood Funeral home and at 10 o'clock from St. Mary's Church with the Rev. A. Roder officiating. Burial will be in Holy Cross cemetery.< /br> He was born in town of Buchanan, Feb. 17, 1989 and farmed there all of his life. Survivors are his father, John Powers, Sr., Appleton; three brothers, William Powers, Kaukauna, Edward and Harold Powers of Green Bay; three sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth Vandenberg, Kenosha, Mrs. Eleanor Hansen, Kaukauna and Mrs. Genevieve Houle, Appleton. The rosary will be recited at 8 o'clock tonight at the funeral home.< /br>  

Powers, John "Jack" (1863-1950)

1950 Appleton Post Crescent - dated 8/19/1950< /br>John Powers, 86, Grand View Hotel, Kaukauna, died at 5:30 Friday afternoon at Green Bay after an illness of eight months. He was born in the town of Buchanan on Oct. 24, 1863 and lived in the vicinity of Kaukauna all of his life. He was a farmer until he retired a few years ago. He was a member of St. Mary's church, Kaukauna. Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Elsie Vandenberg, Kenosha; Mrs. Eleanor Hansen, Green Bay; and Genevieve, Seattle; one son, Edward, Camden, N.J.; one sister, Mrs. Mary Fox, Askeaton; seven grandchildren and six great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 9 o'clock Monday morning at the St, Mary church. The Rev. Joseph Esdepsky, pastor will be in charge. Burial will be in the Holy Cross cemetery, Kaukauna.

Powers, John William

1932 Unknown paper dated 11/30/1932; Death Claims John W. Powers, Bank Cashier - Dies suddenly of Heart Attack at Home Early Today< /br>John W. Powers, prominent in local and state banking circles, died in his sleep at his home, 433 South Commercial St at an early hour this morning. He succumbed to a heart attack. Suffering with a cold, Mr. Powers remained away from his duties as cashier of the First National Bank yesterday, but on retiring in the evening stated that he would return to work today. Mrs. Powers discovered the lifeless body at about 7 o'clock this morning.< /br>Mr. Powers, who was 43 years of age, was a World War veteran, having served in the United States Navy. He was born in Unity, Wisconsin, coming to Neenah in 1912. Since that time, with the exception of the time he served during the war and a brief period of employment at the First National Bank in Appleton, he had been associated with the First National Bank of this city. He was named cashier in 1925.< /br>Headed Bank Group - Mr. Powers was a past president of Group 3, Wisconsin Bankers' association secretary of the Neenah club, secretary of the St. Margaret Mary church, president of the Twin City Clearing House association, and secretary of the City Bowling association. He was also a Fourth Degree Knight of Columbus and a member of the Catholic Foresters.< /br>The survivors are the parents, Mr. & Mrs. John Powers, Sr., Unity; a sister Mrs John Hein, Unity; the widow and two children, Marjorie and James. Funeral services with a Solemn High Mass will be conducted at 10 o'clock Friday morning at St. Patrick's church by Rev. Joseph VanBogart, pastor of St. Margaret Mary church. Burial will take place at Oak Hill cemetery. Pall bearers will be members of the Knights of Columbus. The death of Mr. Powers takes from the community a citizen whose life and influence had been always kindly, helpful and constructive. Always interested in all phases of the civic, social and religious life of the community, he gave freely of his time and his service in many enterprises. He was a man of that friendly spirit which begets friendship, and he will be greatly missed by a large circle of friends.< /br>< /br>1932 Unknown paper; Banks Honor Memory of John Powers< /br>The three banks of Neenah will be closed until 1 o'clock Friday afternoon out of respect to the memory of John Powers, cashier at the First National Bank. Funeral services for Mr. Powers, with Solemn High Mass, will be conducted at St. Patick's church at 10 o'clock Friday morning. Rev. Joseph VanBogart will officiate and burial will be in Oak Hill cemetery. Pall bearers will be E.M. Hatton, Dr. J.M. Donovan, John Mayer and Henry Jung, all Fourth degree Knights of Columbus, of which Mr. Powers was a member. The body was removed from Sorensen's chapel to the home, 433 South Commercial St. this afternoon. Members of James P. Hawley Post, Veterans of Foreign Wars, will go in a body to view the remains this evening.

Powers, Kenneth

1967 Appleton Post Crescent dated 8/28/1967< /br> Mr. Kenneth Powers, Rt. 1, Brillion, Age 51, passed away Saturday evening in a Green Bay Hospital following a short illness. He was born January 12, 1916 in the town of Buchanan. He worked as a machinist at the Manitowoc Engineering Corps. He was a member of the Holy Name Society of St. Patricks Church Askeaton. Survivors are his mother, Mrs. Sadie Powers of Brillion; four brothers, Joe, Brillion; Sherman, Garland, Texas; Richard of Neenah; and Wilfred of Kaukauna; Two sisters, Mrs. Alvin Zirbel of Wrightstown; and Mrs. Charles Damro of Kaukauna. Friends may call at the DeWane Funeral Home after 7 p.m. tonight. Funeral services will be held at 10 o'clock in St. Patricks Church Askeaton with the Rev. Kenneth Rogers officiating and burial will be in the parish cemetery.< /br> Died at St. Vincent's Hosp. Green Bay

Powers, Margaret (Finnegan)

1962 Milwaukee Journal obit dated 11/26/1962; Nee Finnegan, Sun., Nov 25, aged 88 years, residence 2550 S. 20th St. dear mother of Lois P. Dembinski, sister of George Finnegan of San Diego, mother in law of Roman Dembinski. Funeral Wed....Burial Mount Olivet.

Powers, Margaret (Noonan)

1905 Kaukauna Times dated 11/5/1905< /br> Mrs. R. Powers died at the home of her daughter Mrs. Annie O'Connell Thursday Nov 2, and was buried the following Saturday the funeral taking place at St. Mary's church. She was over 80 years old and had been a resident of this city for about 6 years, coming from Holland(town), shortly after the death of her husband, where she had made her home for over 40 years. She is survived by 3 daughters and 2 sons. The internment was at West Holland.< /br> < /br> 1905 Kaukauna Sun dated 11/9/1905< /br> Mrs R. Powers for about six years a resident of this city, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs Anna O'Connell, on Thursday and was buried from St. Mary's Church, Saturday. The deceased was about 81 years of age and had been in poor health for about one year. She leaves three daughters and two sons, all married. Mrs. Powers was one of the old settlers at Holland, having resided there between forty and fifty years, coming to this city after the death of her husband, to make her home with her daughter. Internment was made at St. Francis Church in West Holland.

Powers, Margaretha

Obit Missing died abt 1929

Powers, Mary "Mayme"

1935 Kaukauna Times dated 5/21/1935; MAYME POWERS DIES AT GREEN BAY - Mayme Powers age 42 passed away at St. Vincent's Hospital in Green Bay Saturday following an illness of 6 months. The deceased was born in the town of Buchanan where she resided until she was 16 years old, when she left to make her home in Chicago where she resided since. She became sick while residing in that city and was transferred to St. Vincent's where she died. Survivors are her father John Powers, 5 brothers; William, John and Patrick Powers of Kaukauna and Edward and Harold of Green Bay, three sisters; Mrs. Elsie Vandenberg of Kenosha, Mrs. Eleanor Hansen of Kaukauna and Genevieve Powers of Kaukauna. The body of Miss Powers was taken to the home of her sister Mrs Eleanor Hansen for viewing until the time of the funeral. Funeral services were held at 10 AM this morning at St. Marys. Internment will be at Holy Cross Cemetery. Pall Bearers were Philip Cox, Edward Glasheen, Clifford Rohan, Edward Kennedy, Charles Clune and James Duffy.< /br> < /br> (Note, Charles Clune was 48 years old at the time and had been the neighbor of the Powers family for many years, Charles Clune is probably related to Mayme's brother in law Raymond Clune. Clifford Rohan is probably related to Mayme's mother Helena Rohan, Philip Cox is probably related to Mayme's Greatgrandmother Mary Cox. )

Powers, Mary A. (Vandehei)

1935 Wausau Daily Record Herald dated 11/20/1935; Obituary - Mrs Mary Powers.< /br>Mrs Mary Powers, nee Vandehey, 72, who made her home the last three months with her sister, Mrs Alice Hughes, in the town of Eau Pleine, died at 10 o'clock yesterday morning after one years illness with Bright's disease and heart trouble. Funeral services will be tomorrow morning at 10 'oclock at the catholic church at Hollandtown and burial will be in the parish cemetery. The deceased was born November 23, 1863 at Hollandtown and was married there to a Fred Powers (incorrect) who died one year ago. She was a member of the Catholic church at Hollandtown. She is survived by one daughter, Mrs John Hein of Unity; seven brothers, James Vandehey of Abbotsford, Daniel Vandehey of Loyal, Herman and Henry Vandehey of Appleton, Peter Vandehey of Kimberly, John Vandehey of Minneapolis and Alfred Vandehey of Kaukauna; and five sisters, Mrs Alice Hughes of the town of Eau Pliene, Mrs Nora Sullivan of Appleton, Mrs John Coffey of Freedom, Mrs Peter Houlihan of Kaukauna and Mrs H.H. Hubert of Milwaukee.< /br>< /br>1935 Kaukauna Times Dated 11/26/1935< /br>Services for Mrs Mary Powers, sister of Alfred Vandehey and Mrs. Peter Hoolihan, who passed away at the home of her sister Mrs. Alice Hughes of Eau Pleine last Tuesday were held at St. Francis. Survivors are 1 daughter, Mrs John Hein of Unity. seven brothers, James Vandehey of Abbotsford, Daniel of Loyal, Herman and Henry of Appleton, Peter of Kimberly, John of Minneapolis and Alfred of Kaukauna. Sister surviving are Mrs Hughes of Eau Pleine, Mrs Nora Sullivan of Appleton, Mrs John Coffey of Freedom, Mrs. Peter Hoolihan of Kaukauna and Mrs H.H. Hubert of Milwaukee.

Powers, Maydell (Parker)

Obit Missing - died 11/26/1976 Dallas, TX.

Powers, Patrick

1920 Kaukauna Times dated May 6, 1920 - OBITUARY HOLLANDTOWN< /br> Patrick Powers, aged 92, the last surviving member of the pioneers of this neighborhood, died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Mike Fox, at Askeaton last Friday evening at 8 o'clock of diseases incident to old age. Mr. Powers was born in County Clare, Ireland in 1828 and came with his parents, Mr. & Mrs Martin Powers, to this country, settling in the east and later in the Town of Buchanan where Patrick Powers lived the greater part of his life. His wife died several years ago and he is survived by a daughter, Mrs Mike Fox of Askeaton, two sons, John of Kenosha and Richard of Askeaton. The funeral services were held Monday May 3 at St. Francis Church, the Rev. Louis Van Oeffel celebrating requiem high mass. The interment was made in the Powers family lot in the parish cemetery. The pallbearers were : William Campbell, Dan Glasheen, William Glasheen, Patrick Rohan, John. D. Cox and Thomas Clune.< /br> < /br> 1920 Kaukauna Times dated May 6, 1920 (second Article) LAST OF THE PIONEERS< /br> In the death last Friday of Patrick Powers passed away the last of the sturdy band of pioneers of this neighborhood who came to Wisconsin before it became a state and so largely made the state what it has become. Mr. Powers, who was born in 1828 and settled in Buchanan in 1848 was noted for his powerful physique and was one of the most picturesque characters of Outagamie County, admired as much for his native wit and personality as for his remarkable physical strength. He married Katherine Finnell in 1859, who proceeded him in death a few years ago and besides his three children, is survived by 19 grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren. His obituary notice is given in another column.< /br>  

Powers, Patrick L

Obit Missing died 5/8/1938 Askeaton, WI.

Powers, Richard

1893 Kaukauna Sun dated 4/21/1893 -Richard Powers Dead< /br> Richard Powers of Buchanan died Saturday morning, the funeral was held at the Hollandtown church Tuesday forenoon. Mr. Powers was one of the earliest settlers of the town and was highly esteemed by all, he leaves a wife and 3 children besides a host of friends.< /br> < /br> 1893 Appleton Post Crescent dated 4/22/1893< /br> Richard Powers, of Buchanan, who died last Sunday, was buried Tuesday and his funeral was attended by a number from Appleton. He was about 70 years of age and had resided in this county 35 years.

Powers, Richard (1862-1942)

1942 Appleton Post Crescent dated 12/15/1942< /br> Richard Powers, 80, died Monday afternoon at the home of his sister, Mrs. Michael Fox, route 1, Forest Junction after an 8 month illness. Born May 15, 1862 in the town of Buchanan, he operated a farm there until 31 years ago when he retired. Survivors are one sister, Mrs. Fox; one brother, John of Appleton. Funeral services will be held at 10 o'clock Thursday morning at St. Francis church, Hollandtown, with the cortege forming at 9:30 at Greenwood Funeral home, Kaukauna where the body may be viewed after 7 o'clock tonight and the rosary will be recited at 8 o'clock tonight and tomorrow night, burial will be in the parish cemetery.

Powers, Richard B.

1948 Appleton Post Crescent dated 8/25/1948; Former Kaukauna Rail Engineer Dies Monday< /br>Kaukauna - Richard Powers, 84, formerly of Kaukauna died Monday noon at Milwaukee. He was retired North Western railroad engineer. Funeral services will be held Thursday morning at Milwaukee. Relatives from Kaukauna will attend the services are Mr. & Mrs. Edward Bay and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilpolt. Also attending will be Richard Wilpolt, Reading Ohio, formerly of Kaukauna and now visiting relatives here.

Powers, Sarah "Sadie" (Powers)

1968 Appleton Post Crescent dated 7/12/1968< /br> Mrs. Sadie Powers, Rt. 1 Brillion, Passed away Thursday morning following a short illness. She was born June 25, 1892 in the town of Brillion and farmed in the area all of her life. She was a member of the Altar Society of St. Patrick Church, Askeaton. Survivors are one daughter, Mrs. Alvin Zirbel, Wrightstown; one son, Joseph at home; seven sisters, Mrs. Nellie Quirk, Rt. 1 Brillion; Mrs M. E. Gannon and Mrs. Julia Watson, both of Milwaukee; Mrs Martha Sauncy, Deerbrook; Mrs. V.D. Edmunds and Mrs. Myrtle VanAbel, both of Chicago; Mrs. Verna Stephan, Wrightstown; five grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Burial at St. Patricks church cemetery.

Powers, Sheridan "Joseph"

1981 Appleton Post Crescent dated 8/18/1981< /br> Joseph S. Powers, Route 1, Brillion, age 63, died Monday evening at a Green Bay Hospital following a short illness. He was born October 4, 1917 in Askeaton, Wisconsin, to the late William and Sadie Powers. He served in the army in World War II and farmed in the Askeaton area. He was a member of the Legion Post No. 126 of Brillion. Survivors include two sisters: Mrs. Alvin (Mary) Zirbel, Wrightstown; Mrs Charles (Lorraine) Damro, Kaukauna; three brothers, Sherman and Richard Powers, both of Dallas Texas, Wilfred Powers, Kaukauna. He was preceded in death by his parents and a brother. The funeral will be at 10:30 a.m. Thursday morning at St. Patrick's Church Askeaton, with the Rev. David Koehne officiating. Burial will be in the parish cemetery.

Powers, Thelma (Roberts)

Obit Missing died 7/25/1950 Kaukauna, WI.

Powers, William H

1947 Kaukauna Times dated 4/23/1947; William Powers Long A Resident Dies Here at 58< /br> Served on County Board, Collected Historical Data on Churches for WPA Project.< /br> William H. Powers, 58, died at his home on Route 3, at 8:30 Monday morning after a long illness. Funeral services will be held at 9 o'clock Thursday morning from the Greenwood Funeral home and at 9:30 from St. Mary church, the Rev. Joseph Esdepsky saying the funeral mass. Mr. Powers was born in the town of Buchanan and lived in the vicinity all of his life.< /br> He attended St. Francis school in Hollandtown and graduated from Oshkosh Normal School. He operated a farm in Buchanan and at one time was the proprietor of the Grand View Hotel here. He retired about ten years ago to his home on County trunk Z at the top of Rohan's hill. This is the log house that received a great deal of fame when it was built about twenty years ago as the chimney-less house. All cooking and heating in it was done by electricity from the "Electric City" at that time.< /br> Interested and active in civic affairs, Mr. Powers held a number of civic offices. From 1928 to 1932 he served on the county board as supervisor from the Third Ward.< /br> Last fall he was a democratic candidate for the state assembly from the second district, running against his neighbor, William Rohan, who won the election. During the days of the Works Progress Administration, he worked on a historical project collecting data on the churches in this area for the WPA.< /br> Survivors are the widow; father, John Powers, Kaukauna; two daughters, Mrs. Al Zirbel, Wrightstown; Miss Lorraine Powers, Kaukauna; sons, Joseph, Askeaton, Kenneth, Sherman, Richard, Wilfred, Kaukauna; two brothers Edward and Arnold, both of Green Bay; three sisters, Mrs. Elsie Vandenberg, Kenosha, Mrs. eleanor Hanson, Kaukauna and Miss Genevieve Powers, Hurley, and four grandchildren. The rosary will be recited at 8 o'clock tonight at the funeral home. Burial will be in Holy Cross cemetery.

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Raither, Ramona (Panter) (Wilpolt)

Rathsack, Kathleen (Hawley)

2004 Appleton Post Crescent dated 10/28/2004; Rathsack, Kathleen “Kitty” (nee Hawley)< /br>Kathleen “Kitty” (nee Hawley) Rathsack, of W6183 W. Spencer, Appleton, age 80, passed away peacefully surrounded by her family on Tuesday evening October 26th, 2004 at Rennes Health Care Center in Appleton. Kitty was born February 8, 1924 in Appleton.< /br>She was the wife of the late Quintin “Bud” Rathsack, and the mother of sixteen children: Bob (Jean) Rathsack, Appleton; Bill (Judy) Rathsack, Appleton; Dave Rathsack, Black Creek; Kathleen (Jim) Gerrits, Appleton; Dick (Jan) Rathsack, Appleton; Tom Rathsack Sr., Fremont; Mary Lou (Don) Vande Hey, Hortonville; Betty (Art) Zabel, Germantown, WI; Luane (Dick) Osborne, Oshkosh; Jerry Rathsack, Appleton; Paul “Fred” (Amy) Rathsack, Appleton; Jim (Joan) Rathsack, Appleton; Jean Kessler, Menasha; Pat (Monica) Rathsack, Appleton; Ruth (Joe) Tlamka, Estes Park, CO; and Joe (Theresa) Rathsack, Neenah. She was the grandmother of 44 grandchildren and the great-grandmother of 22. She is further survived by her brother Willard (Katie) Hawley, Kaukauna, and many nieces and nephews.< /br>She is preceded in death by her parents James and Mary (Hardy) Hawley, her husband Quintin “Bud,” her son Bob, her grandsons Brian and Tyler, her two brothers David and James, her sisters Nancy Ellen (Walter) Long, Anne (George) Cooney, and Margaret (Simon) Freiburger.< /br>Kitty was married April 28, 1943 to her husband “Bud” for 35 years. She was a lifelong member of St. Mary Catholic Church and a graduate of Appleton High School. Mom enjoyed flowers, gardening, traveling, and the many visits with her family around the kitchen table. Her family will most remember the very special Christmas Eves of singing carols and the homemade gifts.< /br>A Mass of Resurrection will be celebrated 10 a.m. Saturday, October 30th at St. Mary Catholic Church, 312 S. State St. Appleton, with her great-nephew the Rev. Thomas Long officiating. Friends may call from 4-8 p.m. Friday at the Brettschneider-Trettin-Lederer Funeral Chapel, and after 9 a.m. Saturday directly at the Church until the time of service. Parish Wake Service 7:30 p.m. Friday at the Funeral Chapel. Interment will take place at St. Mary Catholic Cemetery, Appleton. In lieu of flowers, a memorial fund is being been established.< /br>The family wishes to express their great gratitude to her caregivers: Kristi Kearn, Chris Lauer, her granddaughter Julie, and the entire staff at Rennes Health Care Center for their love and care of Mom.< /br>Brettschneider-Trettin-Lederer 606 N. Oneida St.Appleton 733-7383

Reault, Alexander

Obit Missing - but found Death Notice;

1959 Seattle Times Death Notice dated 9/30/1959; Alexander Reault, husband of Helen, father of Wilfred, Seattle, son of Mrs. Grace Reault, brother of Mrs. John Salters, both of Tacoma; Mrs. Tom Beckett, of Seattle. Member of Book Binders Union, Olympia K. of C. and Holy Name Society. Requiem mass Thursday 9:30 a.m. Blessed Sacrament church. Internment Calvary cemetery.

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Reynolds, John N Jr

1982 Milwaukee Journal dated 6/6/1982 Milwaukee Journal dated June 6th, 1982 John N Reynolds, age 56, of the town of Lisbon, formerly of West Allis June 5th. Preceded in death by his beloved wife Marcella. Beloved son of Nora, dear father of Maureen (Bud) Bakken, Jack (Pat), Bob (Sandy), Peggy (Bill) Nellio, Eileen, Kathy (Bruce) Heming, Rocky, Kay and Tim. Dear brother of Charles (Marilyn) and Stan (Pat); 14 grandchildren, other relatives and friends. Member of Kejci-Braun-Meyer VFW Post and D.A.V. Chapter 19 of West Allis and a former president of MathiasDrum and Bugle Corps. Funeral 9:30 a.m. Tuesday internment at Mt. Olivet

Reynolds, Marcella (Binder)

1967 Milwaukee Journal dated 6/26/1967 Milwaukee Journal dated June 26, 1967 Marcella Ann Reynolds, nee Binder, passed away Sunday June 25th, aged 43 years. Residence 1200 West Springfield Avenue, Greenfield. Beloved wife of John N. Jr. dear mother of Maureen, and John, Robert, Peggy, Eileen, Kathleen, Brian, and Tim. Fond daughter of Frank J. Binder, a daughter in law of Nora and John N. Reynolds, sister of Mrs. Francis (Robert) Brown of Boise Idaho; Robert (Ruth) of Oshkosh, and J. Stanley (Teresa) and John (Lin) Binder of Erie Pa.; Mrs. Del (Edward) Kelley of Elk Grove, IL., and Mrs. Kathleen (Alvin) Robl of Oshkosh; sisters in law brothers in law, nieces, nephews and other relatives and friends also survived. Funeral services Wednesday June 28th from the funeral home to St. Matthias church, internment at Mt. Olivet cemetery

Rhoder, Mary (Romenesko)

1941 Green Bay Press Gazette dated 2/5/1941; Mrs August Rhoder Died Here Tuesday; Mrs. August Rhoder, 80, for more than 50 years a resident of Green Bay, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Henry De Wan, 321 S. Webster avenue. Tuesday eveining after a lingering illness. The body is at the Mohr funeral and funeral services are scheduled at 9 Friday morning at St. Francis Xavier Cathedral with Rev. George Schemmer, pastor, in charge. Burial will be in Allouez cemetery. ..Mrs. Rhoder is survived by one daughter, Mrs. DeWan; two grandchildren; one brother, Walter G. Romenesko, Seattle, Wash.; and three sisters; Mrs. Dora McGrath, Green Bay, Mrs. John Schuh, Freedom; and Sister M. Calazanza, a member of the Notre Dame order, stationed at St. Joseph's here. The Rhoders were married at St. Willebrod's church here in June 1892, and Mr. Rhoder died last June.

Ringwelski, Cordell Theresa (Siebers)

2002 Appleton Post Crescent dated 5/17/2002; Ringwelski, Mrs. Frank Cordell T. Siebers “Corkie”< /br> Age 76, passed away April 27, 2002 at her home in Long Beach, California. Cordell was born in Kaukauna, Wisconsin to John and Josephine Siebers, one of thirteen children. She is survived by her son, Scott, Long Beach; her daughter, Tina Sutten, Long Beach; three grandchildren: Michael (Jennifer) Sutten, Jason and Demetria Sutten; two great-grandchildren, Victor and Tyler Sutten, all from California; three brothers: Arthur, Appleton; Floyd and Ronald, Kaukauna; an aunt, Marie Conard, 98 years old, Kaukauna; two sisters: Madelyn (Louis) Bergeron, Kaukauna; Lorraine Stoeger, Appleton. She was preceded in death by her parents, John and Josephine; husband, Frank; and brothers, David, Emmett, Harvey, and Gerald; sisters: Florence Siebers, Lavern Johnson, Elizabeth Schaefer. The funeral was held at St. Cornelius Catholic Church, Long Beach, California with burial at All Souls Cemetery on May 4, 2002.

Roehrborn, Ila (VanAsten)

Appleton Post Crescent dated 1/7/1995; Mrs. Don Roehrborn, Ila VanAsten, age 61, died Friday, January 6th, 1995, at her home following a courageous battle with cancer.  She was born April 16th, 1933 in Little Chute, the daughter of the late Henry and Catherine (Verhagen) VanAsten.  Ila married Don Roehrborn, November 3rd, 1951 in the Fort Hood, Texas.  She was a very loving and caring wife, mother and grandmother who doted over her family.  She was a member of the St. Francis Catholic church.  She is survived by her husband of 43 years, Don and her 10 children: Donna and Butch Lom, Freedom; Sherri McCormick and a special friend Bruce Brunner, of Appleton; Vicki and Pete Moreno, of Freedom; Margo and Doug Hietpas, of Freedom; Kurt and Marie Roehrborn, of Holland town; Tanya and Tim Haring, of Kaukauna; Maureen and Victor Tepiew, of Texas; Pauline and Ross Grode, of Appleton; Marci Roehrborn and Kelli Roehrborn, both at home; 26 grandchildren; four brothers and five sisters in law: Carl and Donna VanAsten, of Kaukauna; Floyd and Irene VanAsten, of Little Chute; Art and Jan VanAsten, of Darboy; Gene and Marge VanAsten, of Little Chute; Pat VanAsten, of Kaukauna; five sisters and four brothers in law: Millie and Robert Bachmann, of Appleton; Marion dufrane, of Little Chute; Lil and Ed VanHeuklon, of Kimberly; Marge and Ed Belongea, of Kimberly; Carol and Gene Diedrick, of Combined Locks.  She is further survived by her husband's two sisters and a brother: Virginia Sager, of Green Bay; Audrey (Robert) VanHeeswyk, of Combined Locks; Milford (Lilas) Roehrborn, of Kaukauna. She was preceded in death by a beloved son, Terry, her father and mother in law, Walter and Emma Roehrborn, a brother, Robert, a sister, Rita VanAsten, two brothers in law: Larry Dufrane and Gary (Maribeth) Roehrborn.  The funeral services will be at 11:00 a.m. Monday at St. Francis Catholic Church, Holland town with Father William Rickert officiating.  Burial will be in the St. Francis cemetery.  Friends may call at the Fargo a funeral home from 4 until 8:00 p.m. on Sunday and after 8:30 a.m. on Monday until the cortege leaves for the church.  There will be a parish of prayer service at 8:00 p.m. on Sunday.  A memorial fund has been established in her name.  Special thanks to Fr. Ken Frozena, Fr. William Rickert, Hospice personnel, and V.N.A. of the Fox Cities.

Roll, Harold

2005; San Diego Union dated 10/11/2005; Harold Ralph Kather Roll ; Feb. 4, 1923-Oct. 1, 2005< /br> Harold Roll, 82, of El Cajon died Oct. 1. He was born in Imperial Beach and worked in retail sales. He served in the Army during World War II and was a member of the Knights of Columbus Cabrini Council.< /br> Survivors include his wife, Donna Roll; son, Richard Porter of Rancho San Diego; brother, Milton Roll of Del Mar; and two grandchildren. Rosary: 7 p.m. Friday, o14 Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church, 2766 Navajo Road, El Cajon. Services: 10 a.m. Saturday o15 at the church.< /br> Arrangements: El Cajon Mortuary. Published in the San Diego Union-Tribune on 10/11/2005.

Romenesko, Agnes (Bloch)

2002 Appleton Post Crescent dated 01/05/2002; Romenesko, Mrs. Wesley F. (Agnes M. Bloch)< /br> 510 Rosehill Road Kaukauna; Age 64, died Friday morning, January 4, 2002, following a lengthy illness. She was born August 29, 1937, to the late John and Gertrude (Kilishek) Bloch, in Kaukauna, where she was a resident most of her life. Agnes graduated from St. Agnes School of Nursing in Fond du Lac, and had been employed by St. Paul Home. She enjoyed golfing, doing crafts, watching wild birds and helping with Meals on Wheels. Agnes was a member of Holy Cross Catholic Church.< /br> She is survived by her husband, Wesley F. Romenesko, to whom she had been married for 42 years; three sons and daughters-in-law: Michael and Kay Romenesko, Kaukauna; Thomas and Vicki Romenesko, Sauk City; Jeffrey and Cindy Romenesko, Pewaukee; two daughters and a son-in-law, Jennifer and Kenneth Keeley, Cottage Grove; Paula Schink, Kaukauna; 12 grandchildren: Megan Romenesko, Michael and Kelly Behling, Joseph and Angelica Romenesko, Nate and Gabe Keeley, Elaine, Alex and Katie Romenesko, Kyle and Noah Schink; a brother and sister-in-law, Paul and Darlene Bloch, Kaukauna; three sisters and two brothers-in-law: Theresa and Hank Wildenberg, Kaukauna; Mary and Dan Verstegen, Little Chute; Beth Grosnick, Mesa, Arizona; her father-in-law, Joseph Romenesko; four brothrs-in-law: William (Celine) Romenesko, Darboy; Maynard (Rosanne) Romenesko, Combined Locks; Daniel (Gerry) Romenesko, Little Chute; Gary (Adele) Romenesko, Little Chute; two sisters-in-law: Betty (Matt) Hupfer, West Bend; Pat (Roger) Hermsen, New London; many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her mother-in-law, Barbara Romenesko.< /br> The funeral liturgy for Agnes will be held at 5 p.m. Monday, January 7, 2002, at HOLY CROSS CATHOLIC CHURCH, 309 Desnoyer Street with Father Jack Mullarkey officiating. Burial will be in Holy Cross Cemetery. Friends may call at the church from 3:00 p.m. Monday until the time of the service. A memorial fund is being established.< /br> FARGO FUNERAL HOME 400 West Wisconsin Avenue Kaukauna 766-6200

Romenesko, Anna (Brutsch)

Obit Missing - but this newspaper mention found;

1968 Post Bulletin Rochester dated 2/27/1968; Pallbearers Named for Mrs. Romenesko, Pallbearers have been named for the funeral services of Mrs. Herbert Romenesko, 70, of Weaver who died Sunday at her home. They will be Edward Berglund, Frank Gage, Glenn Bennett, Arthur Wischow, Andrew Peterson and Francis Kanz. The funeral services will be at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at Buckman funeral Home in Wabasha, with burial in Evergreen cemetery. The Rev. Richard Horton of Weaver Methodist Church will officiate.

Romenesko, Anna (Conrad)

1961 Appleton Post Crescent dated 8/8/1961; Mrs. Anna Romenesko, 127 East third Street Kaukauna, age 85, passed away at 3:00 p.m. Monday after short illness. She was born February 12th, 1876 in Freedom and lived on a farm there until 25 years ago when she moved to Kaukauna. She was a member of the Christian Mothers Society. Mrs. Romenesko is survived by six daughters, Mrs. Barney Hietpas, Mrs. Henry Vandynhoven, Mrs. Harry VanderSteen and Mrs. John Vandynhoven all of Kaukauna; Mrs. Alfred Endres and Mrs. Nick Thurner both of Appleton; three sons, John, of West DePere; Clem, of Appleton; Walter, of Black Creek caught; one of brother, John Conrad, of Boyd Wisconsin; four sisters, Mrs. Mike Niehaus and Mrs. Nick Watry both of Seymour; Mrs. John O'Neil of DePere; Mrs. Clarence Frank, of Milwaukee; 41 grandchildren and 31 great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 9:00 a.m. Thursday at St. Nicholas Catholic Church, Freedom. Burial will be in the parish cemetery.

Romenesko, Anna (Huss)

See Smith, Anna

Romenesko, Anna (Vandenberg)

1910 Kaukauna Sun dated 6/16/1910; Death of Mrs. Henry Romeneska (sic)< /br>Mrs. Henry Romeneska died early Sunday at her home in Freedom after an illness of three weeks. Mrs Romeneska was born in Holland sevent eight years ago. She is an old settler in Freedom having lived there about fifty years. Survivors are her husband Henry Romeneska and her children, Wm. Van Rixel, John VanRixel, Gilbert VanRixel, Mrs Martin Weyenberg, Mrs. Arnild Ebers, Mrs. Michael Huss, and her step-children Mrs Matt Weber, Mrs. Louis Verhagen, Mrs. Geo. Verhagen, Mrs. theo Pennings, Mrs. John feller, Miss Delia Romeneska and Walter Romeneska. Deceased had always been held in high esteem by her friends and neighbors. The funeral was held yesterday from St. Nicholas church in Freedom.

Romenesko, Barbara (Verkuilen)

1985, Appleton Post Crescent dated 8/23/1985; Mrs. Joseph Romenesko, (Barbara Verkuilen) 930 N. Depot St. Little Chute, age 76, died at 8:30 pm Thursday, August 22, 1985. She was born July 10, 1909 in Little Chute. She was a 50 year member of St. Elizabeth Society. Survivors include her husband, Joseph, two daughters and sons in law, Betty and Matt Huppfer, West Bend, Pat and Roger Hermsen, Little Chute; five sons and daughters in law, Bill and Celine, Darboy, Maynard and Roseann, Combined Locks, Wes and Agnes, Kaukauna, Dan and Geraldine, Little Chute, Gary and Adele, Little Chute, one step sister, Bessie Lamers, a sister in law, Dorothy Verkuilen, Maribell, 31 grandchildren, and 9 great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents, a sister Martha and a brother John. Funeral services...at St. John's Little Chute. Internment will be in the parish cemetery.

Romenesko, Catharina (Green)

1929 Appleton Post Crescent dated 1/9/1929; Mrs. Walter Romenesko, (Catharina Green) funeral services for Mrs. Walter Romenesko, 88, who died Tuesday morning at the home of her son, William, at Freedom, after a short illness, will be conducted at 10:00 Friday morning at St. Nicholas Church by the Rev. A.W. Van Dyke and burial will be made in the parish cemetery. Survivors are the following a sons and daughters: William, Henry and Joseph, Mrs. Joseph Conrad and Mrs. Matt VanHoof, all of Freedom, Mrs. Albert Hartjes of Little Chute, and Mrs. Joseph Bushey of the town of Kaukauna. 55 grandchildren also survive. Mrs. Romenesko was a member of the Alter Society and of St. Theresa's society of the St. Nicholas Church.

Romenesko, Clarence

1955 Appleton Post Crescent dated 8/31/1955 Clarence Romanesko 45, DePere, native of Freedom, collapsed and died at work late Tuesday afternoon at the Reiss Coal Co. docks at Green Bay. He had suffered from a heart condition for several years and doctors said that was the cause of his death. Born in Freedom March 12th, 1919, Romanesko lived in the town of Allouez before making his home in DePere four years ago. He was a retail foreman for the Reiss firm and had worked 25 years for its predecessor, the Cleveland Cliff Coal company. Funeral services will be at 9:00 Friday morning at the St. Joseph Catholic Church, DePere, with burial in St. Nicholas cemetery, Freedom. The rosary will be recited at 8:00 tonight and Thursday night at the Ryan funeral home, DePere, where friends may call after 7:00 tonight. Survivors include his wife, Marie, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Romanesko, Freedom; four children, Betty, Judy, William and Jerry, all at home; three brothers, Walter, of Kimberly, Joseph, of Stevensville, and Elmer, of Freedom; and four sisters, Mrs. Verona Peters, Little Chute, Mrs. Al Sonnleitner, the state of Oregon, Mrs. Ray Kempen, and Mrs. John Gonnering, Kaukauna.

Romenesko, Clement J

2000 Appleton Post Crescent dated 2/1/2000; Clement J. Romenesko, Appleton, age 88, died unexpectedly and peacefully at his home on Sunday, January 30th, 2000. Clem was born February 6th, 1911, in Freedom. He was the son of Anna Conrad and Joseph Romenesko. He married Alice Baumann of Mackville on November 21st, 1933, and recently celebrated their 66th wedding anniversary. Settling in Kaukauna, he worked at Thilmany Paper Mill until purchasing a farm in 1942. At that time he also built his own livestock business which he operated as a dealer and shipper for 40 years. In 1957 they moved to Appleton at their present address where he owned and operated the Appleton Meat Packing company and in 1963 built the Romenesko Mobile Home Park. Clem retired from the livestock business in 1980 and continued to operate the mobile home park until 1996. An avid Packer fan and Hunter he still bagged a deer in the 1999 season and was well known for his sense of humor and quick wit. Clem enjoyed polka dancing every week with Alice and hunting and socializing with his nephew Wimpy and his wife Muggs. He is survived by his wife, Alice; nine children, Ron, Lee (Darlene), June Geiger, and Noreen (Tommie) Thomas, all of Appleton. Others include Bonnie (Richard) Byford, Toronto Canada; Dell J., of Greensboro, North Carolina; Dean, of Los Angeles, California; Neil, of Stevens Point; and Bev, of Plainfield, Conn. Further survivors include seven grandchildren, Brenda (Joe) Nicolais, and Bruce (Chris) Romenesko, Appleton; Sue (Jason) Marshall, and Sarah Byford, Canada; Joy (Jeff) Sim, of Virginia.; Dawn (John) Grote, of Washington D.C.; and Sonya Schilcher, of Appleton; great-grandchildren, Lexi Sim, Jason and Brittany Romenesko, Stephanie and Aaron and Nicolais, a sister Lillian Vandynhoven, of Kaukauna. He was preceded in death by a son, Wendell, and a daughter, Susan Marie; brothers, and John and Walter; five sisters, Pauline, Mathilda, Florence, Marion, and Gladys. Funeral services will be Thursday February 4th, 2000 at 11:00 a.m. at St. Thomas Moore Catholic Church Appleton. Burial will be at Holy Cross cemetery in Kaukauna.

Romenesko, Craig J

2002 Green Bay Press Gazette dated 10/2/2002; Romenesko, Craig J.< /br> Craig J. Romenesko, 37, De Pere, passed away unexpectedly Monday, Sept. 30, 2002. He was born Nov. 20, 1964, in Shawano, to Clyde and Margaret (Nackers) Romenesko and married Brenda Virtues on May 16, 1990. For 12 years, Craig owned and operated Nicolet Liquor in De Pere and for the past seven years was a courier for FedEx. He enjoyed deer-hunting, four-wheeling, going on fishing trips to Canada, taking walks with his dog, going to the cottage and he also became a handyman. Craig greatly loved his family.< /br> Survivors include his loving wife, Brenda; two daughters, Tonia and Cassandra; granddaughter, Zoe Madison; his parents, Clyde and Margaret Romenesko; siblings, Randy and Terry Romenesko, Rod Romenesko, Scott and Lynn Romenesko, Stuart and Sherry Romenesko, and Cheri and Sean Pieters; father and mother-in-law, Glen and Darlene (Erdmann) Virtues; sister-in-law and brother-in-law, Lisa and Dave Rajkovich; nieces, nephews, and his dog, Moon.< /br> Craig was preceded in death by his grandparents.< /br> Family and friends may call Thursday, Oct. 3, 2002, from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Cotter Funeral Home, 860 N. Webster Ave., De Pere, where there will be a Parish Prayer Service at 7:30 p.m. with the Rev. V. Anthony Dolski officiating.< /br> A memorial fund for the Bay Area Humane Society has been established.

Romenesko, Donald

1996 Appleton Post Crescent dated 3/16/1996; Mr. Donald E. Romenesko, age 32, died Friday March 15th, 1996 at Kaukauna Community Hospital following a courageous battle with cancer. The memorial services will be at 6 PM on Tuesday at Holy Angels Catholic Church with Father Donald Fuller officiating. Friends may call at Holy Angels Catholic Church, from 4:00 p.m. Tuesday until the time of services. According to Don's wishes he will be cremated and there will be no viewing.

Romenesko, Earl

1995 Post Bulletin Rochester dated 2/28/1995; Earl Romenesko, A Mass of Christian burial will be offered for Earl H. Romenesko at 10:00 a.m. Friday at St. Mary Catholic Church in Minneiska, with Rev. Edward McGrath officiating. Burial will be in the Fort Snelling National cemetery in Minneapolis, with military graveside rites by the Fort Snelling memorial rifle squad. Mr. Romenesko, 71, of Brownsville, Texas, formerly of Weaver and Cottage Grove, Minn., died Sunday February 26th, 1995, at Valley Regional Medical Center in Brownsville. Born July 18th, 1923, in Weaver, he worked on the Railroad in Montana in the early 1940's and served in the Navy during World War II. After his discharge, he worked for Armour Meat Packing Company in South St. Paul until the plant closed and then was employed by the A R A Food Service until his retirement in 1988. He married Vivian Villman Harer in 1957. She died in 1985. Mr. Romenesko was a member of the Moose Lodge in South St. Paul. Survivors include three daughters, Alice (Mrs. Timothy) Duncanson, of Inver Grove Heights, Minn., Leona (Mrs. Donald) Wade of Weatherford, Texas, and Barbara (Mrs. Patrick) Barker, of Beaver Creek, Ohio; a son, Earl James of Cascade, Montana; two stepdaughters, Judy (Mrs. Paul) Schintz of South St. Paul and Carol Williams of Hastings, Minn.; two stepsons, Douglas Harer of Cottage Grove and Michael Harer of St. Paul; eight grandchildren; nine step grandchildren; and three sisters, Alice Fairchild of Center City, Minn., Helen (Mrs. Ed) Lang of Winona and Elsie Heaser of Weaver. Friends May call from 3:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Thursday at Abbott funeral Home in Wabasha and an hour before the service Friday at the church.< /br> < /br>  

Romenesko, Elmer

1972 Appleton Post Crescent dated 10/30/1972; Elmer H. Romenesko, age 54, passed away Saturday noon following a brief illness. He was born January 23rd 1918 at Freedom and was a lifetime resident of the area. He had farmed at Freedom and for the past 24 years was employed at Combined Locks Paper Mill. He was a member of the St. Nicholas Holy Name society. Survivors include his wife, Grace; one daughter, Mrs. Richard (Sharon) Stuck, Menasha; three sons Donald, Kimberly; Thomas and Keith, both of Freedom; two brothers, Walter, Little Chute; Joseph, Stevensville, four sisters, Mrs. Orville (Verona) Peeters, Little Chute; Mrs. Mary Kempen; Mrs. Alois (Mildred) Sonnleitner, Longview, Texas; Mrs. Jack (Catherine) Gonnering, Freedom and four grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Tuesday at St. Nicholas Catholic Church, Freedom with internment in the parish cemetery. Rev. Allen Alfred Hietpas will officiate.

Romenesko, Eva (Schmalz)

1963 Appleton Post Crescent dated 4/19/1963; Mrs. Walter Romenesko, Eva Schmalz, aged 78, formerly of Kaukauna passed away Thursday at 9:00 a.m. at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Robert Jacobs, with whom she made her home. She was born in Kaukauna December 11th 1883 and was a member of the Christian Mothers of Holy Cross Catholic Church, Kaukauna and the W.C.O. F. of Kaukauna. Mrs. Romenesko is survived by four daughters, Mrs. Robert (Martha) Jacobs, Mrs. B. F. (Frances) Hutton, both of Appleton, Mrs. Edward (Germaine) St. Arnold, of Kaukauna and Mrs. Richard (Marie) Powers, of Neenah; five sons, Lloyd, Leon, Monroe and Mark, all of Kaukauna; Orrin, of Appleton; five brothers, Arthur M Schmalz, of Appleton, Raymond, of Loyal, Leo and Orris, all of Kaukauna; two sisters, Mrs. Clara Lutzow and Mrs. William Robach, both of Kaukauna; 30 grandchildren. Funeral services will be at 11:00 a.m. Saturday at Holy Cross Catholic Church with burial in the parish cemetery.

Romenesko, Frances (Hutton)

1944 Tacoma News Tribune dated Aug 16, 1944< /br> Mrs. Frances T. Romenesko, 64, died Monday at her home, 1921 Center St. A native of Arkansas, she lived in Tacoma 47 years. Survivors are her two daughters, Mrs Vera Hightower of Long Beach, CA and Miss Dorothea Romenesko of Seattle; sister Mrs. Ida Craig of Yelm; two step-children, Mrs Grace Pumphrey of Tonasket, WA and Mrs Helen Reault of Seattle. Funeral announcement will be made by CC Mellinger.

Romenesko, Frederick

1948 Daily Chronicle dated 10/30/1948; Death called Friday at the Morton Hospital for Fred G. Romenesko, 79, Morton, a resident of Lewis county for 40 years. Born December 10th, 1868, in Freedom Wisconsin, Romenesko is survived by three sons, Frank and George of Elbe, and Ralph of Curtis. Funeral services will be held at 10:00 a.m. Tuesday at the Catholic Church in Morton with Reverend Father Logan officiating. Internment will be in the Morton cemetery under the direction of Fissell's Mortuary of Chehalis.

Romenesko, Gary William

2003 Appleton Post Crescent dated 1/23/2003; Romenesko, Gary William, Black Creek< /br> Age 45, passed away January 22, 2003 at Cherry Meadows Hospice, after a long and courageous battle with cancer. Gary was born on April 28, 1957 in Appleton; the son of DuWayne and Evelyn (Schumacher) Romenesko. Gary graduated from Hortonville High School in 1975. On August 12, 1978, he married Melissa Bubolz of Appleton. Gary was co-owner and manager of Romy’s Nitingale in Black Creek. He volunteered for the Black Creek Fire Department and Black Creek Rescue. He has served as assistant Fire Chief and Fire Inspector in the Village of Black Creek. Gary loved life and the outdoors. He enjoyed fishing, woodworking, spending time with family and friends and going on “cation” to his cottage up north. He created a lifetime of wonderful memories for those who have known him.< /br> He is survived by his wife, Melissa; two daughters: Lori and Lisa; parents, DuWayne and Evelyn Romenesko, Black Creek; two brothers: Keith Romenesko, Appleton; and Rick (Cheryl) Romenesko, Greenville; a sister, Dawn (Steve) Balthazor, Black Creek; his grandmother, Agnes Schumacher, Little Chute; his parents-in-law, Lowell and Deloris Bubolz, Appleton; three brothers-in-law: Dan (Linda) Bubolz, Black Creek; Kevin (Cindy) Bubolz, Menasha; and Jeff (Margaret) Bubolz, Fremont; 12 nieces and nephews: Craig, Ashley, Ben and Danielle Romenesko; Chad and Erik Balthazor; and Sarah, Jason, Emilie, Michael, David and Peter Bubolz; and a very special friend, Don Beyer, Black Creek. Gary was preceded in death by his grandparents: Walter and Ruth Romenesko, and John Schumacher.< /br> Gary will be fondly remembered for his generosity and strength of character. His sense of humor, caring and compassion for others is an inspiration to many despite the challenges he faced. When we think of Gary, we will remember the love he shared and how he has made a difference in the world to so many people.< /br> Gary’s family would like to express special thanks to Dr. Anthony Phillips, Dr. Jeffery Klingbeil, the nursing staff at Martha Siekman Cancer Center, the nursing staff of 3 South Oncology at Appleton Medical Center, Janice Williams of Thedacare at Home, Thedacare Hospice, Cherry Meadows Hospice, Pastor Stephen Schlicht and Black Creek Rescue. Their care, compassion and sincere warmth in caring for Gary will never be forgotten. A warm thank you is also extended to family and friends who have loved Gary and have offered their loving support.< /br> The Funeral Service will be Saturday, January 25, 2003 at 11 a.m. at Immanuel Evengelical Lutheran Church, 201 E. Birch St., Black Creek, with Rev. Stephen Schlicht officiating. The visitation will be Friday, January 24, 2003 at the Valley Funeral Home from 4 until 8 p.m. and again on Saturday at the church from 9:30 a.m. until the time of the service. Burial will be in Highland Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, a memorial fund has been established.< /br> Valley Funeral Home 2211 N. Richmond St. 733-5435 *Serving as would be Served*

Romenesko, George

1972 Daily Chronicle dated 2/17/1972; George Romenesko, Morton, George Romenesko, 65, resident of Morton for 22 years, and died Wednesday at a Morton hospital. He was born at June 8th, 1906, in Elbe, Washington. He was a logger and mill worker, a member of the Morton Moose Lodge and the Morton lumber and sawmill workers union. Survivors include his widow, Alverta, at home; and two brothers, Frank, of Mossyrock, and Ralph of Adna. Services will be Saturday at 1:00 p.m. at the Morton Chapel of the Brown mortuary service with Nicholas Kilmer officiating. Internment will be at Morton cemetery.

ROMENESKO, HENRY

1913 Kaukauna Sun dated 5/1/1913; Obituary, dated Thursday May 1st, 1913, Henry Romenesko, Henry Romenesko for over 50 years a resident of Freedom departed this life Tuesday afternoon at 5:00 at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Louis Verhagen with whom he had been making his home. Mr. Romenesko has been ill for about past five weeks, the result of an abscess on his lungs. Deceased was born in Holland June 15th, 1832 and came with his parents to this country locating at Port Washington where he was married to Miss Mary Ruppert who died 29 years ago. After the death of Mrs. Romenesko, Mr. Romenesko moved to Freedom where eight years after he was united in marriage to Mrs. VanRixel, who's death occurred three years ago. Surviving deceased are six daughters, and one son, namely; Mrs. Gerard Verhagen, Mrs. Louis Verhagen, Mrs. Theo Pennings, of Freedom Mrs. John Feller, Mrs. Mat Weber, and Walter Romenesko all of this city. He is also survived by one brother, Walter Romenesko of Freedom, 45 grandchildren and 29 great-grandchildren. Mr. Romenesko was widely known throughout this vicinity where he has resided for over half a century. The funeral will be held tomorrow morning at 9:00 at St. Nicholas Catholic Church with internment in the parish cemetery. Six grandson's of the deceased will act as pallbearers.

Romenesko, Herbert

1970 Post Bulletin, Rochester, Minnesota dated 11/27/1970; Herbert Romenesko of Weaver succumbs, Herbert Romenesko, 71, Weaver blacksmith, died at his home unexpectedly Thursday of a heart condition. He had not been ill. Mr. Romenesko was born at Potsdam, July 6th, 1889. He married Anna Brutsch at Brownsville December 9th, 1919, and the couple resided in Weaver. He worked on farms in the area and also for the Milwaukee Railroad until 1936 when he took over at the Weaver blacksmith shop upon the death of his father. Mr. Romenesko was town clerk of Minneiska Township for many years. He drove school buses in this area for over 20 years. He was a member of the Modern Woodmen and the Royal Neighbors of America. His wife died in 1968. Surviving are a son, Earl of Cottage Grove; three daughters, Mrs. Aloysius (Elsie) Heaser of Weaver, Mrs. Ralph (Alice) Fairchild of South St. Paul and Mrs. Edwin (Helen) Lang of Winona; 21 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren. One great grandchild and one grandchild also preceded him in death. Funeral services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Sunday in the Buckman funeral home in Wabasha with Reverend Luther Pennington of Weaver United Methodist Church officiating. Burial will be in Evergreen Cemetery in Minneiska. Friends May call at the funeral home Saturday afternoon and evening and until the time of services Sunday.< /br> < /br>  

Romenesko, Isabel (Lamers)

2000 Appleton Post Crescent Isabel (Lamers) Romenesko, "Issy" W1948 Vandenberg Street Freedom< /br> She was age 70, died on Thursday, June 15, 2000, at Appleton Medical Center. She was born on December 21, 1929, in Little Chute, the daughter of the late Theodore G. and Minnie (De Bruin) Lamers. Issy was united in marriage to Orville Romenesko on September 25, 1948, at St. John's Catholic Church in Little Chute. Issy was a secretary for 21 years at Freedom High School. She had many hobbies with some of her favorites being bird watching, gardening, golfing, card playing, baking, and most of all, spending time with her family and grandchildren. Issy is survived by her husband of 51 years, Orville Romenesko; her three sons, Bruce, Freedom; Mark (Diane), Darboy; Paul (Debbie), Appleton; four daughters, Becky (Don) Green, Appleton; Kim Romenesko, Milwaukee; Ann (fiance, David Duquette), Freedom; Amy (special friend, Cory Coleman), Milwaukee; 16 grandchildren, Brian, Adam, Erin, Jonelle, Dana, Dawn, Elizabeth, Jessica, Dustin, Neil, Abby, Tony, Kayla Mae, David, Kayla Marie and Jon. Issy is further survived by a brother, Paul (Joyce) Lamers, Little Chute; a sister, Margaret Verstegen, Michigan; a friend and sister-in-law, Carol (Leo) Lamers, Little Chute; and a brother-in-law, Frank Brooks, Menasha. She was preceded in death by her parents; two sisters, Pearl (Florian) DeGroot, Irene (Elrick) Brooks; a brother, Leo Lamers; two brothers-in-law, John "Toby" Elrick, Gerald Verstegen, and a sister-in-law, Irene (Baeten) Lamers. The funeral liturgy will be at noon on Monday, June 19, at ST. NICHOLAS CATHOLIC CHURCH, Freedom, with the Reverend Melvin Wierzbicki officiating. Interment will be in the parish cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home on Sunday from 4-7:30 p.m., and again on Monday from 9 a.m. until the cortege leaves for church. There will be a parish prayer and scripture service at 7:30 p.m. on Sunday at the funeral home.< /br> Memorials to the American Lung Association for emphysema research would be appreciated. The family would like to extend a thank-you to all the health care professionals who took care of Issy, with a special thank-you to Dr. Maria T. Aristigueta and Dr. Alan Cherkasky.< /br> Mom was a wonderful wife, mother, grandmother and friend who is finally home in heaven breathing free and easy. We will miss her and love her always. FARGO FUNERAL HOME 400 W. Wisconsin Avenue Kaukauna 766-6200

ROMENESKO, JOSEPH (1799-1862)

Romenesko, Joseph (1912-1998)

1998 Appleton Post Crescent dated 9/11/1998; Joseph Romanesko, age 86, died Thursday, September 10th, 1998 at Franciscan Care and Rehab center. He was born January 3rd, 1912 in Freedom, the son of William and Mary (Smits) Romanesko. Joseph married Elvera "Sis" Garvey on May 1st, 1940 at St. Nicholas Catholic Church and she preceded him in death on December 13th, 1979. He owned and operated Romanesko's Grocery Store in Stephensville from 1946 to 1972. He was a long time a member of St. Nicholas Catholic Church. He is survived by his wife, Lorraine (Landwehr) Romanesko, of Freedom, a son, Richard Romanesko of Wausau, three grandchildren, Rick Romanesko, Randy Romanesko and Jenny and Kirk Ecklund, four great-grandchildren, Chanon Gallow, Trenton and Tanner Ecklund and Joseph Romanesko, a brother Walter Romanesko of Little Chute, two sisters and a brother in law Verona Peters, of Little Mhute, Mary and Jerome Seavers, of Kimberly. He was preceded in death by his parents, his wife, "Sis", two brothers, Clarence and Elmer Romanesko, two sisters, Mildred Sonnleitner and Kathy Gonnering. The fuel liturgy will be held At 1:30 P M Saturday, September 12th, 1998 at St. Nicholas Catholic Church in Freedom with Father Dennis Ryan officiating. Burial will be in the St. Nicholas cemetery.

Romenesko, Joseph H  (1907-2003)

2003 Appleton Post Crescent dated 12/7/2003; Romenesko, Joseph H., Little Chute< /br> Age 96, died Saturday December 6, 2003 at Parkside Care Center. Funeral arrangements are incomplete and pending. A complete obituary will appear in Monday’s edition.

< /br> 2003 Appleton Post Crescent dated 12/8/2003; Romenesko, Joseph H., Little Chute< /br> Age 96, died Saturday, December 6, 2003 with his family at his side, at Parkside Care Center, Little Chute. Joseph was born December 4, 1907, son of the late Hank and Mary (Conrad) Romenesko. He married Barbara Verkuilen September 8, 1931, at St. John Nepomucene Catholic Church, Little Chute. She preceded him in death August 22, 1985. Joseph was head fireman for 38 years at Combined Locks Paper, until his retirement in 1970. He enjoyed fishing, playing cards and just meeting people. Joseph also enjoyed helping out his family and was especially proud of his grandchildren. He is survived by 7 children: William (Celine), Darboy; Maynard (Roseanne), Combined Locks; Wesley, Kaukauna; Daniel (Geraldine), Little Chute; Gary (Adele), Little Chute; Betty (Matt) Hupfer, West Bend; Pat (Roger) Hermsen, New London; a sister, Stella Sanders and a sister-in-law, Dorothy Verkuilen. Joseph is further survived by 31 grandchildren, 62 great-grandchildren and 1 great-great grandchild. He is preceded in death by 7 brothers and sisters: Walter (Mabel), Len (Gerry), Wenzel (Marella) and Catherine Romenesko; Margaret (Arnold Vanden Boogart-John Vanden Heuvel), Mary Ann (Arnold) Van Asten and Lloyd Sanders; a daughter-in-law, Aggie Romenesko; a brother-in-law, John Verkuilen and a sister-in-law, Martha (Erv) Borree. Funeral services will be held at 6:00 p.m. Wednesday, December 10, 2003 at Holy Name Catholic Church, Kimberly, with Rev. Msgr. James Vanden Hogen officiating. Interment will be in St. John Cemetery. Friends may call at the church from 4:00 p.m. until the time of the Mass. Jennifer O’Connell with Affordable Funeral & Cremation Services is assisting the family with arrangements. The family would like to thank the staff at Parkside Care Center and Pioneer Village, especially Ron Smith, John Schuetze and Phil Atkin, for their care and support. In lieu of flowers a memorial is being established. AFS 1-888-877-7550< /br>  

Romenesko, Joseph (1867-1929)

I have not been able to find a copy of an obituary for this Joseph Romenesko. If you have one, please contact me!

1929 Outagamie County Death records Vol 24 pg 705; Death date listed as 10/23/1929. Cause of death listed as Bronchial pneumonia and asthma, occupation Farmer born Freedom, Buried St. Nicholas, Freedom.

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Romenesko, Leon Theodore

2002 Appleton Post Crescent dated 4/9/2002; Romenesko, Leon T. “Butch” Kaukauna< /br>Age 87, died in Appleton on April 7, 2002 after a brief illness. He was born on October 27, 1914 in Kaukauna, the son of the late Walter and Eva (Schmalz) Romenesko. On January 24, 1948, he married Margaret Bridget Smith. Butch was very loving and dedicated to his family. He retired from Thilmany in October, 1979. Butch is survived by his wife Margaret, four sons and one daughter: Terry (Catherine) Sharron, Colorado Springs, Colorado; Larry (Mary) Sharron, Kaukauna; Mary Kay (Thomas) Lutzow Appleton; Michael (Kay) Romenesko, Kaukauna; and Patrick (Sandra) Romenesko, Kaukauna; 14 grandchildren, five great-grandchildren, two brothers: Monroe (Lenora) Romenesko Kaukauna; Orrin Romenesko Appleton; four sisters: Martha (Mrs. Robert Jacobs) Appleton; Germaine St. Arnold Kaukauna; Marie (Mrs. Richard Powers), Appleton; Frances (Mrs. Bernard Hutton), Appleton; two sisters-in-law: Mildred (Mrs. Lloyd Romenesko), Kaukauna; and Mildred (Mrs. Mark Romenesko), Kaukauna; numerous nieces, nephews, and many special friends. Butch is preceded in death by three brothers: Lloyd Romenesko, Mark Romenesko and infant brother Michael; and one grandson, Kevin Thomas Lutzow. The funeral liturgy will be at 4:00 p.m. on Wednesday, April 10, 2002, at ST. MARY CATHOLIC CHURCH, 119 W. Seventh St., Kaukauna, with Father Robert Udulutsch, O.F.M.Cap. officiating. Friends will be received at the church from 2 p.m. until the time of service. Burial will be at Holy Cross Cemetery. A memorial fund is being established in Butch’s name. Contributions will go toward Alzheimer’s research. The family extends a special thank you to the staff at Cherry Meadows Hospice.

Romenesko, Leonard H

2001 Appleton Post Crescent dated 11/13/2001; Romenesko, Leonard H., St. Paul Home, Kaukauna< /br> Formerly of Kimberly, died Monday, November 12, 2001 at a local nursing home. Len was born in Freedom on April 9, 1905; son of the late Henry and Mary (Conrad) Romenesko. On June 9, 1931, he married the former Geraldine Peeters in Little Chute; she preceded him in death on June 2, 1989. Len was employed for over 40 years as a painter at the Kimberly Clark Mill in Kimberly where he was an active member of his labor union. He served as a firefighter for the village of Kimberly, as a board member at the former Kimberly Credit Union, and donated countless hours at Holy Name Parish in Kimberly. In his younger years, he worked in lumber camps up north, enjoyed hunting and fishing, and even took up golf at the age of 70! Many will remember Len for his patience for doing fix-it jobs, and for maintaining his famous "Wall of Fame". He enjoyed playing cards, and was quite the sheepshead player. Len and Geraldine were a very loving and giving couple who always lived a simple life, finding their greatest joys by spending time in the company of their children and grandchildren.< /br> Len is survived by seven children: Eugene (Jane) Romenesko, Little Chute and their children: Patricia (Marvin) Janssen, Mike (Gail) Romenesko, Jerry (Beverly) Romenesko, Tom (Carol) Romenesko, Jack (Sandy) Romenesko, Jill (Ron) Tiedt, Dan (Mary) Romenesko, Polly (Donald, deceased) Romenesko, Dave (Kim) Romenesko, and Jan (Troy) Hietpas;< /br> Don (Barb) Romenesko, Kimberly and their children: Bob (Deb) Romenesko, Jean Salm, Joni (Tom) Martzahl, Katy (Jeff) Masak, Bill (Vicki) Romenesko, Joe (Lisa) Romenesko, Paul (Carol) Romenesko, and Andy (Sara) Romenesko;< /br> Carol (Claude) Tourville, Darboy and their children: Claudia (Rick) Van Thiel, Don (Brenda) Tourville, Tom Tourville, Pat (Sue) Tourville, Barb (Tom) Beck, Mike (Beth) Tourville, Michelle (Jim) Vanden Boom, and Jeff Tourville;< /br> Mary (Don) Mahn, Kaukauna and their children: Jill (Jeff) Tennessen, and Mary Beth Frassetto;< /br> James (Sue) Romenesko, Kaukauna and their children: Jeff (Nancy) Romenesko, Greg (Michelle) Romenesko, Michelle (Harald) Stenson, and Charley (Holly) Romenesko;< /br> Alice (Roger) Wynboom, Appleton and their children: Ann (Dave) Williams, and Sara Wynboom;< /br> Carl (Alice) Romenesko, Appleton and their children: Jenny Romenesko, Michael Romenesko, Phillip Romenesko, Allyson Romenesko, Steven Romenesko, and Patrick Romenesko.< /br> Len is further survived by 64 great-grandchildren; a great-great-granddaughter; a brother, Joseph Romenesko, Little Chute; a sister, Stella Sanders, Little Chute; and a sister-in-law, Mona Peeters, Neenah. He was preceded in death by his parents; two sons of Gene and Jane: Donald Romenesko and Ronald Romenesko; brothers and sisters: Walter (Mabel) Romenesko, Katherine Romenesko, Margaret (John) Vanden Heuvel, Ann (Arnold) Van Asten, Wensel (Merilla) Romenesko; a brother-in-law, Lloyd Sanders; and a sister-in-law, Barbara Romenesko.< /br> The funeral liturgy for Len will be held at 6:00 p.m. on Wednesday, November 14, 2001 at HOLY NAME CATHOLIC CHURCH, 600 E. Kimberly Avenue in Kimberly with Rev. Dennis Bergsbaken officiating. Interment will be in the parish cemetery. Friends may call directly at the church on Wednesday from 4:30 p.m. until the hour of the liturgy. A memorial fund for a worthy cause will be established in Len's name.< /br> The family would like to extend their gratitude to the entire staff at St. Paul Home in Kaukauna for their wonderful care over the past ten years. You made dad so comfortable there; he could have been in no better hands. Thank you so very much.< /br> Jansen Fargo Funeral Home 204 E. Kimberly Avenue Kimberly 788-6202

Romenesko, Lloyd Henry

1992 Appleton Post Crescent dated 1/29/1992; Lloyd H. Romenesko, "Squeeze", 217 Margaret St. Kaukauna, Age 78, died Monday, January 27, 1992,at St. Elizabeth Hospital He was born February 7, 1913 In Kaukauna, the son of the late Walter and Eva (Schmalz) Romenesko. He had been employed at Giddings & Lewis as Cupola Foreman until 1971 when Giddings & Lewis closed the Foundry. He was then employed at Roloff Manufacturing until his retirement. He loved his home, enjoying keeping up the yard and feeding the birds. He was a member of Holy Cross Catholic Church and served as an usher for many years; the Catholic Knights and Molders Union, 271. He is survived by his wife of 54 years Mildred (Kindler) Romenesko; a daughter and son-in-law: Jolene and John (Jack) Schaefer, Kaukauna; three grandsons: Kyle, Kevin, and Travis Schaefer; three brothers and four sisters-in-law: Leon and Margaret Romenesko, Kaukauna; Monroe and Lenora Romenesko, Kaukauna; Orrin and Mildred Romenesko, Appleton; Mildred, Romenesko, Kaukauna; four sisters and brothers-in-law: Martha and Robert Jacobs, Appleton; Germaine and Ken Reinholz, Kaukauna; Marie and Richard Powers, Appleton; Frances and Bernard Hutton, Appleton; his wife's brother; Robert (LaVerne) Kindler; Kaukauna; numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by an infant daughter, Marilyn Ann; an infant brother, Michael; and a brother, Mark. The funeral services will be at 10:30 a.m, Friday at Holy Cross Catholic Church, Kaukauna with Father Bill O'Brien officiating. Entombment will be in Highland Memorial Park; Appleton. Friends may call at Fargo Funeral Home, 400 W. Wisconsin Ave., Kaukauna from 4 until. 9 p.m.on Thursday and after 8:30 a:m; Friday until the cortege leaves for church. There will be a parish prayer service at .8;p.m.Thursday evening. A memorial fund has been established in his name.

Romenesko, Mark

1991 Appleton Post Crescent dated 12/8/1991; Mark W. Romenesko "Sparky", 918 Roosevelt St. Kaukauna, age 70, died Saturday, December 7, 1991 at St. Elizabeth Hospital following a short illness. He was born January 16, 1921, in Kaukauna, the son of the late Walter and Eva (Schmalz) Romenesko. Sparky served with the U.S. Army during World War II the C.B.I. (China, Burma, India) Campaign. He married Mildred Wilda, on Nov. 20, 1914, at St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Menasha. He had been employed Wisconsin Michigan Power Company and Kaukauna Electric & Water, retiring in 1980. He was a member of the Holy Cross Catholic Church and served as an usher. He was a very active lifetime member and past commander of the VFW Electric City Post 3319, member of the Catholic Knights and the Kaukauna Athletic Club.< /br>He was a loving husband, father, grandfather, greatgrandfather, and brother, who is survived by his wife Mildred; a son Jim Romenesko, Gurnee, Ill., two daughters and two sons in-law Janine and John Vanevenhoven, Shiocton, and Carol and Bill Shepeck, Appleton; five grandchlldren; Mark (Lynda) Vanevenhoven; Lee (Tonya) Vanevenhoven; Jeff Vanevenhoven; Jennifer Shepeck and Kati Shepeck; a great grandchild Zachariah Vanevenhoven. Four brothers and four sisters in law; Lloyd and Mildred Romenesko, Leon and Margaret Romenesko, Monroe and Lenora Romenesko all of Kaukauna and Orrin and Mildred Romenesko, Appleton, and four sisters and four brothers in law; Martha and Robert Jacobs, Appleton, Germaine and Ken Reinholz; Kaukauna, Marie and Richard Powers and Frances and Bernard Hutton, all of Appleton. He was preceded in death by an infant brother Michael. ...Burial will be in Holy Cross Cemetery.< /br>A complete military service will be conducted by the VFW immediately following the church services.

Romenesko, Mary (Conrad)

1928 Appleton Post Crescent dated 12/31/1928; Mrs. Henry Romenesko, 67, died Sunday morning at her home in Freedom. The survivors are the widower; eight children, Katherine, Walter, Margaret, Leonard, Anna, Joseph, Wenzel and Stella; seven grandchildren; four brothers, John Conrad of Boyd, Leonard of Minnesota, William of Kaukauna, Joseph of Freedom; six sisters, Mrs. C. Frank and Mrs. William Schreiter of this city, Mrs. J. O'Neil of Wrightstown, Mrs. Nick Watry and Mrs. Michael Ninhause of Isaar and Mrs. J. Romenesko of Freedom. Funeral services will be at 10:00 Wednesday morning at St. Nicholas Church at Freedom. Mrs. Romenesko was a member of the Christian Mothers Society and St. Theresa's society of St. Nicholas Church.

Romenesko, Mary (Smits)

1959 Appleton Post Crescent dated 2/14/1959; Mrs. W. Romenesko, Mrs. William Romenesko, 77, Freedom, died at 4:00 p.m. Friday after a five week illness. She was born September 26th, 1881, in Freedom and lived in that vicinity all of her life. Funeral services will be held at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday at St. Nicholas Catholic Church, Freedom, with burial in the parish cemetery. The rosary will be recited at 8:00 p.m. Sunday and Monday at the Greenwood funeral home, Kaukauna, where friends may call after 2:00 p.m. Sunday. Survivors include her husband; four daughters, Mrs. Orville Peters, of Little Chute, Mrs. Raymond Kempen, of Route 2 Kaukauna, Mrs. John Gonnering, Jr., of Freedom, and Mrs. Alois Sonnleitner, of Oregon; three sons, Walter, of Little Chute, Joseph, of Stephensville, and Elmer, of Freedom; one brother, Theodore Smits, of Kaukauna; 29 grandchildren, and 10 great-grandchildren.

Romenesko, Merilla (Vandenheuvel)

1992 Appleton Post Crescent dated 6/30/1992; Mrs. Wenzel Romenesko, Merilla Vandenheuvel, age 76, died at 4:15 a.m. Tuesday June 30th, 1992. She was born March 30th, 1916 in Little Chute, to the late George and Minnie Vandenheuvel. She was a member of St. John Catholic Church and the St. Elizabeth society. She married Wenzel Romenesko February 9, 1937 at St. John Catholic Church in Little Chute. Survivors include her husband, Wenzel; two daughters: Darlene and Dave Taylor, Appleton; Char and Bill Janssen, Little Chute; three sons: Lloyd "Buck" and Nancy Romenesko, Glenn and Nancy Romenesko, Dale and Ann Romenesko, all of Little Chute; three sisters: Ruth Romenesko, Appleton, Roselle Vandenhoven, Little Chute; Stella Wallace, Little Chute; 15 grandchildren, seven great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a granddaughter, Cheryl Ann Dalke; a son-in-law: Vernon "Slip" dalke: four brothers: Orville, Ed, Martin and Willard Vandenheuvel. Funeral services will be at 7:00 p.m. Wednesday from St. John Catholic Church Little Chute with Reverend John Doerfler officiating. Internment will be in the parish cemetery.

Romenesko, Michael

1894 Kaukauna Sun dated 7/27/1894; Mike Romenesko of Freedom died on Friday from injuries received at a barn raising the previous day. He sawed one end of a timber the other end sawed by a fellow worker unknown to Romenesko, He was on the timber when about to fall, he jumped but not in the right direction, the timber fell on his stomach. He leaves a wife and child.

Romenesko, Mildred (Micke)

1978 Appleton Post Crescent dated 2/10/1978 Mrs. Orrin Romenesko, (Mildred Micke) 1348 W. Summer St. Appleton, Age, 57, died Thursday, after an extended illness. She was born August 30, 1920 in the Town of Brillion, and lived in the Fox Valley area all of her life. She was a member of St. Mary Catholic Church. Survivors include her husband, Orrin T.; two daughters: Mrs. James (Carol) Kuehl, Denver, Colorado; Mary Rose, at home; four sons: Thomas, Virginia Beach, Virginia; Bruce,: Columbia, Maryland; David, Midland, Michigan; and Peter, MiIwaukee; Three brothers; Joseph Micke, Brillion, Wisconsin, Alfonse, Breckenridge; Minnesota; and John, Clintonville, Wisconsin; six sisters, Mrs. Agnes Reichel, Kaukauna; Mrs. Gilbert (Marion) Broerel and Miss Catherine Micke, both of Hollandtown; Mrs. Clayton (Gertrude) VanDyke, Kaukauna; Sister Mary Grace Micke, Manitowoc; Mrs. Ray (Elizabeth) Sanders, Little Chute; and six grandchildren. The complete funeral will be at11 a.m. Monday at St. Mary Catholic Church, with the Rev. James Putman officiating. Burial will be in St. Mary Cemetery. Friends may call from 4 to 9 Pm, Sunday at Brettschneider Trettin Funeral Home, with a prayer service at 8 pm. Sunday

Romenesko, Mildred (Kuehl)

1998 Appleton Post Crescent dated 12/13/1998; Mildred Romenesko, Appleton, age 85, formerly of Neenah, passed away on Friday, December 11th, 1998, at Appleton Medical center.  She was born on April 29th, 1913 the daughter of the late Charles and Lena (Haase) Kuehl.  On June 27th, 1981, Mildred married Orrin Romenesko in Appleton.  Mildred was an avid reader of mystery novels and enjoyed working on crossword puzzles.  Survivors include her husband, Orrin; her daughter, Patricia Laursen-Farster, of Menasha; a sister, Eleanor Kuehl, of Appleton; and six children, Tom (Becky) Romenesko, of California; Bruce (Peggy) Romenesko, of Maryland; David (Libby) Romenesko, of Michigan; Peter (Kathy) Romenesko, of Colorado; Carol (Jim) Kuehl, of Hartland and Mary (John) Geiger, of Sun Prairie; 14 grandchildren and two nieces.  Funeral services will be held on Tuesday, December 15th, 1998, at 11:00 a.m. at Westgor funeral home, Neenah, with Father Michael O’Rourke officiating.  Internment will be in the Oak Hill cemetery.  Family and friends will be received on Tuesday at the funeral home from 10 A.M. until the hour of service.  In lieu of flowers memorials are appreciated to St. Joseph's food pantry, the Salvation Army, or the charity of one's choice.

 

Romenesko, Orrin

2001 Appleton Post Crescent July 1, 2001; Orrin 'Butch' M. Romenesko, Appleton< /br> Age 60, died on Friday, June 29, 2001, at the Shawano Medical Center. He was born in the Town of Oneida on December 2, 1940, to the late Walter M. and Ruth A. (Vanden Heuvel) Romenesko. Butch owned and operated Butch Romenesko Excavating. He loved golf and going to his cottage on Loon Lake.< /br> He will be sadly missed by his wife, Linda; sons, Brian of Freedom and Brad of Appleton; mother-in-law, Grace Krabbe of Appleton; brothers and sisters, Duwayne (Eve) Romenesko of Black Creek; Vera Hofacker and Von (Dave) Wilson, both of Appleton; Vernon (Karen) Romenesko of Menasha; Janet (Ken) Frederickson of Darboy; Bing Romenesko of Appleton; Ivo (Lorene) Romenesko of Charlottesville, Virginia; nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. In addition to his parents he was preceded in death by his brother, Darrel; father-in-law, Orville Krabbe; sister-in-law, Kathy Romenesko; brother-in-law, William Hofacker Jr.; and a nephew, Bud Hofacker.< /br> The Funeral Service will be on Monday, July 2, 2001, at 1 p.m. at the Star of Hope Chapel in Highland Memorial, with Father Charles Brooks officiating. The visitation will be on Monday at 10 a.m. until the time of the service at the chapel.< /br> Valley Funeral Home 2211 N. Richmond St. 733-5435 *Serving as would be Served*

 

Romenesko, Patrick J

1986 Appleton Post Crescent dated 8/5/1986; Patrick J. Romenesko, "Humper", age 31, died unexpectedly Monday, August 4th, 1986. He was born July 28th, 1955, in Green Bay, the son of Lavern Weyenberg and Ray Romenesko. Pat had resided in the Fox Valley area for most of his life and had served in the U.S. Army in Germany. He was a member of St. John Catholic Church, Little Chute, and the American Legion Post No. 258, Little Chute. Survivors include his parents, Ray and Lavern Romenesko, Freedom; a son, Jimmy Romenesko, Kaukauna; two sisters and brothers in law: Donna and Dick VandeWettering, Kay and Jim Meulemans, two brothers and a sister-in-law: Mike and Patty Romenesko, Chris Romenesko, paternal grandfather, Walter H. Romenesko, maternal grandmother, Christine Weyenberg, all of Freedom; he is further survived by aunts, uncles, nieces, and nephews. Pat was preceded in death by a sister, JoAnn. The mass of resurrection will be at 10:00 a.m. Thursday, at St. John Catholic Church, Little Chute, with Rev. James Vandenhogen officiating. Internment will be in the St. Nicholas Cemetery, Freedom.< /br>  

Romenesko, Pearl (Cook)

1967 Daily Chronicle dated 6/6/1967; Mrs. George J. (Pearl F.) Romenesko, 62, died in a Morton hospital Monday morning. She had been a Morton resident for the past 17 years, coming from Anchorage Alaska. Mrs. Romenesko was born November 24th, 1904 at Nevis Minnesota. Survivors include the husband, at home; a daughter, Ardith Lucille Fitzer, of Buckley; two sons, Lewis Alvin Cooke, of Morton, and Lester Duane Cooke, of Quinault; a sister, Mrs. Clara Dye, of Centralia, and an uncle, William Sellard, also of Centralia; six grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Services will be Thursday at 1:00 p.m. in the chapel at Fissell- Brown Mortuary at Morton. The Rev. Arthur McGee will officiate, and internment will follow at the Morton cemetery.

 

Romenesko, Philomena (Sister Mary Calasanza)

From the archives at School Sisters of Notre Dame in Milwaukee;

"You would make a wonderful hospital nurse, Philomena." This praise from her fatally ill mother, gave Sister M. Calasanza the first thought of giving herself to a special work as a religious. Six years later, at twenty-one, Philomena was compelled to come to terms with herself while meditating on Christ's vivid condemnation of tepidity. Desiring to do a positive work in the Church, Philomena made the necessary contacts and with the guidance of Sister Mary Leopoldine, the superior at St. Francis Xavier Cathedral, Green Bay, entered the candidature in Milwaukee.< /br> Making known her desire for the nursing profession, Novice Mary Calasanza hoped that her superior would consider such an assignment for her. Sister tells us however, that she learned a valuable and enduring Novitiate lesson in Our Lady's recommendation, "Do whatever He tells you," and received with true joy the obedience that sent her to the classroom.< /br> From first to last, Sister cherished her vocation as she herself relates. For more than 50 years Sister was a better than average teacher. Every child in her classroom was her big concern. She would not spare herself in serving these little ones and in particular her First Communicants.< /br> When Sister was working at St. Joseph's Home in Green Bay, her health and eye-sight failed to such an extent that she was forced to give up school work. Nevertheless, her assignment as refectorian for the Sisters at the home revealed the same attention to the individual wants and needs of her Sisters. She took care to keep a late dinner hot and to serve it with a smile. Her community of these days remember her pleasant. polite and cheerful demeanor.< /br> During an active 57 years of service, Sister was stationed at: St. John Kanty, Chicago; St. Francis, De Pere; Our Lady of Lourdes, Dobie; St. Michael, Milwaukee; St. Luke, Gary; and St. Joseph Home, Green Bay.< /br> In 1955, Sister retired to Our Lady of Mount Carmel, Mount Calvary, Wisconsin and as age made more demands on her feeble strength, was transferred to Notre Dame Infirmary, Elm Grove as a patient in 1959.< /br> Always trying to avoid burdening others, Sister got around at the infirmary as best she could, but unhappily fell and broke her arm. This accident confined Sister to her room or to a wheelchair and after a bout with the flu during the ensuing winter months, Sister gradually grew very weak. On April 22 Extreme Unction was administered and on May 6, Sister prepared to welcome the angel of death. About 3:20 a.m., Monsignor Rodenkirch, Mother Annunciata, Sister's niece, Sister M. Josepha and the nurses, witnessed the quiet, peaceful exit of Sister's soul. Sister had a special devotion to our Sorrowful Mother, daily saying her chaplet. By a strange coincidence, Sister now lies buried near the 13th Station of the cross in the Elm Grove cemetery.< /br> A child of God from within twenty-four hours of her birth, this first generation American citizen spent her formative years in the quiet little village of Freedom, Wisconsin. Her parents, Gerhard Romenesco and Theresa Hagel were staunch old-world Catholics. Little is actually known of Sister's early life. She attended the two room village school where she first learned to know and love our Sisters. A prominent doctor in Green Bay always mentions Sister as his mother's hired girl who helped to bring him up. He attests that, "Some of the dearest memories of my childhood are linked with good Sister Mary Calasanza."< /br> Her long life of conformity to God's will and loving care for His children, have no doubt earned her an everlasting reward. May Sister Mary Calasanza intercede for our loved Order and send many girls with the measure of her love to serve God and our Blessed Mother as she did.< /br> May she rest in peace."

 

 

 

 

Romenesko, Ralph Leo

2002 The Chronicle Newspaper dated March 27th, 2002, Ralph Leo "Pete" Romenesko, Chehalis resident Ralph Leo Pete Romenesko died at the age of 86 Saturday, March 23rd, in Chehalis. Romenesko was born September 26th, 1915, at Elbe to Fred and Anna (McCarthy) Romenesko and lived in Chehalis for 25 years. He had also lived in Boistfirt and Adna. A Morton high-school graduate, he had also attended Mineral schools. Romenesko worked for Weyerhaeuser Corp. for 36 years as storeroom manager at Camp McDonald and later in Pe Ell. A member of Jehovah's Witnesses, he was a Bible teacher and enjoyed doing Bible work. He also enjoyed steelhead fishing. On June 22nd, 1940, he married Francis Peters in Morton. His wife survivors him at home. Also surviving are two daughters, Louise Voie of Centralia, and Jerene Heay od Olympia; seven grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren. Memorials may be donations to Visiting Nurses Foundation, Chehalis Washington and. Arrangements are under the direction of Fir Lawn Funeral chapel Toledo. A service for Ralph Leo "Pete" Romenesko will begin at 2:00 p.m. Saturday at the Chehalis Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's witnesses with Tom Raymor officiating.

 

Romenesko, Raymond J

2000 Appleton Post Crescent dated ?: Ray J. Romenesko Freedom; Age 77, passed away surrounded by his family on Saturday, June 3, 2000 at Appleton Medical Center. Ray was born May 11, 1923 in Freedom, the son of the late Walter and Mabel (Newhouse) Romenesko. He lived and farmed in the Freedom area all of his life. Ray was united in marriage to LaVerne Weyenberg on September 1, 1945, sharing 53 years together before her death on December 11, 1998. He was a veteran of World War II, serving with the U.S. Army in Europe. Ray will be remembered as a kind and gentle man who loved his family and who had a special place in his heart for his grandchildren. He enjoyed playing cards with his brothers, including his "adopted" brothers and fishing with his buddies up north. Ray was a member of St. Nicholas Catholic Church of Freedom. Survivors include two daughters: Donna (Dick) Vande Wettering, Suring; Mary Kay (Jim) Meulemans, Freedom; two sons: Mike (Patti) Romenesko, Freedom; Chris Romenesko and his special friend, Barb Kolitsch, Green Bay; a daughter-in-law, Carolyn Romenesko, Kaukauna; nine grandchildren: Jim Romenesko, Kevin (Lori) Skenandore, Joey (Tracy) Skenandore, Kelly Skenandore, Lori (Craig) Hansen, Lisa Meulemans and her fiancee, Ed Eastman, Kristi, Connie and Todd (Shari) Romenesko; three great-grandchildren: Taylor and Sierra Skenandore and Nathan Lang; seven brothers: Ken (Rose) Romenesko, Appleton; Orv (Issy) Romenesko, Freedom; Bob (Eunice) Romenesko, Kaukauna; Merle (Rose) Romenesko, Walworth; Jerry (Pat) Romenesko, Appleton; Clyde (Margaret) Romenesko; De Pere; Vernon (Barb) Romenesko; Appleton; two sisters-in-law: Betty Stilp, Kaukauna; Patty (Gary) Vande Wettering, Hollandtown. In addition to his parents and wife, Ray was preceded in death by a son, Patrick "Humper" Romenesko; a daughter, Joann Romenesko and sister, Arlene Vosters. The Mass of Resurrection will be celebrated 12 noon Tuesday, June 6 at St. Nicholas Catholic Church in Freedom with Father Dennis Ryan officiating. Burial will be in St. Nicholas Cemetery. Friends may call at the Brettschneider-Trettin-Lederer Funeral Chapel from 4-8 p.m. Monday and then at from 9 a.m. Tuesday until 11:30 at which time the cortege will leave for the church. The parish prayer service will be 7:30 p.m. Monday. A memorial fund has been established.< /br> The family would like to extend a special thank you to Dr. Wm. Guenther and his staff and to the staff of 4th floor oncology at Appleton Medical Center for their tender loving care during Ray's illness.< /br> Brettschneider-Trettin-Lederer 606 N. Oneida Street Appleton, WI (920)733-7383< /br>  

Romenesko, Walter (1862-1947)

1947 Tacoma News Tibune dated 9/30/1947; W.G. Romenesko; W.G. (Romey) Romenesko, aged 84, of 1812 S. Yakima Ave. died in a Seattle hospital Saturday. He was born in Green Bay Wis and came to Tacoma 60 years ago. He was a member of St. Leo's Catholic Church. Survivors are four daughters, Mrs. G.E. Pumphrey of Tonasket, Mrs. A.J. Reault of Seattle, Mrs. Henry Rutcheidt of Long Beach, CA. and Mrs. George M. Parsons of Seattle.; grandaughter Mrs. W.P. Grant of Vashon Island; grandson W.W.Reault of Seattle; two sisters in Wisconsin; a brother Fred or Morton, and three grandchildren. Burial will be at Calvery Cemetery.

 

 

Romenesko, Walter

1953 Appleton Post Crescent dated 4/25/1953< /br>Walter H. Romanesko, 76 of 806 Blackwell Street, Kaukauna, died last night. He had been in ill health since 1940, when he suffered a stroke. An employee of the Thilmany Pulp and Paper Company 24 years, Romanesko live in Kaukauna 42 years. He was born at June 25th, 1876 at Freedom. Survivors include the widow; four daughters, Martha, Mrs. Edward St. Arnold and Mrs. Richard Powers of Kaukauna and Mrs. Bernard Hutton Appleton; five sons, Lloyd, Leon, Monroe and Mark of Kaukauna and Orrin of Appleton; two sisters, Mrs. Delia Unmuth of Appleton and Mrs. Dora Verhagen of Kaukauna, and 18 grandchildren. The rosary will be recited at 8:00 tonight and Sunday at the Fargo funeral home, Kaukauna. A requiem Mass will be said at 930 Monday morning at Holy Cross Church, and burial will be in the parish cemetery.

Romenesko, Walter G

2002 Appleton Post Crescent dated 11/11/2002; Romenesko, Walter G. 903 East Lincoln, Little Chute< /br> Age 94, died peacefully in sleep November 9, 2002, at St. Elizabeth Hospital. Walter was born September 6, 1908, in Freedom, son of the late William and Mary (Smits) Romenesko. He was united in marriage to Ida Natrop January 17, 1931, and she preceded him in death February 26, 1997. Walter was employed at Kimberly-Clark Corporation for 40 years. He enjoyed fishing and cruising in his pontoon at his summer home on Big Archibald Lake in Lakewood. He cherished the time spent with his family, especially his grandchildren. Walter is survived by his son, Marvin (Sheila Ebben) Romenesko and his daughter, Dorothy Kempen; ten grandchildren: Lynn Palubicki; Robin (Dave) Milis; Dr. Brad (Jill Hamer) Romenesko; Lisa Romenesko; Tammy (Kurt) Zacharias; Kim (Jeff) Schuhart; Kelly (Mark) Cooke; Sandy (Joe) Wetzel; Kevin (Denise) Kempen; Brian (Melissa) Kempen; 13 great-grandchildren: Jordan Palubicki; Dylan, Molly and Sydnee Milis; Taylor, Hannah and Jake Romenesko; Quinn and Griffin Zacharias; Samuel Schuhart; Rochelle and Chris Rusch; Autumn Wetzel; two sisters: Mary Sievers and Veron Peeters; one sister-in-law: Grace Van Beek. Walter was preceded in death by his daughter, Margaret Mary; three brothers: Clarence, Elmer and Joseph Romenesko; two sisters: Catherine Gonnering and Mildren Sonleitner.< /br> Funeral services will be held at 3 p.m. Tuesday, November 12, 2002 at St. John Nepomucene Catholic Church, Little Chute with Reverend Msgr. James Vanden Hogen officiating. Interment will be in Highland Memorial Park, Appleton. Friends may call at the church from 1:30 p.m. Tuesday until the time of the mass. VERKUILEN FUNERAL HOME 101 Canal Street Little Chute 788-3321

Romenesko, Walter H

1996 Appleton Post Crescent dated 5/28/1996; Walter H. Romenesko, 1211 Oak Ridge Avenue, Kaukauna, age 96, died Tuesday, May 28th, 1996 at St. PaulHome following a brief illness. He was born December 31st, 1899 in Freedom, the son of the late Henry and Mary (Conrad) Romenesko. Walter enjoyed playing cards and taking care of his yard and garden. He was a member of St. Nicholas Catholic Church, Knights of Columbus Council 8061, and the Golden Agers of Freedom. He is survived by eight sons and daughters in law: Ray and Lavern Romenesko, of Freedom; Ken and RoseMary Romenesko, of Appleton; Orv and Isabel Romenesko, of Freedom; Bob and Eunice Romenesko, of Kaukauna; Merle and RoseMary Romenesko, of Woolworth; Gerry and Pat Romenesko, of Appleton; Clyde and Margaret Romenesko, of DePere; Vern and Barbara Romenesko, of Appleton; a son-in-law Simon Vosters, of Kaukauna 47 grandchildren; 95 great-grandchildren; and a great great grandchild; two brothers: Len Romenesko, of Kaukauna; and Joe Romenesko, of Little Chute: a sister Stella Sanders, of Little Chute. He was preceded in death by his wife, Mabel in 1981; a daughter, Arlene Vosters in 1986; an infant son, Eugene; three grandchildren: Joyann and Pat Romenesko; Bob Romenesko; a brother, Wenzel (Merella) Romenesko; three sisters: Cathrine Romenesko; Margaret (Arnold) VandenBogart, (John) Vandenheuvel; Ann (Arnold) VanAsten: two sisters in law: Gerry Romenesko, Barbara Romenesko; a brother in law Lloyd Sanders. The funeral service will be at 10:30 a.m. Friday at St. Nicholas Catholic Church in Freedom with Rev. Dennis Ryan officiating. Burial will be in St. Nicholas cemetery.

Romenesko, Walter M

1989 Appleton Post Crescent dated 12/18/1989; Walter M. Romenesko, "Romy", formerly of Freedom and Twelve Corners, presently of N2723 Lake Drive Schwano. Age 75, passed away Sunday December 17th, 1989, after a courageous battle with cancer. He was born March 4th, 1914, in the town of Freedom. Mr. Romenesko has been married to his wife, Ruth Vandenheuvel, for 52 years. Walter was in farming and trucking and founded Romy's Nightingale in 1963. He was a member of the St. Edward's Catholic Church, Mackville. Survivors include his wife, Ruth; five sons and daughters and law: Wayne (Romy) and Evelyn, of Black Creek; Orin (Butch) and Linda, of Appleton; Vernon and Karen, of Menasha; Harlan (Bing) and Cathy, of Appleton; Ivo and Lorene, of Charlottesville Virginia; three and daughters and sons in law: Vera and William Hofacker; LaVon and David Wilson; Janet and Kenneth Frederickson, all of Appleton; a brother and sister in law; Clem and Alice Romenesko, of Appleton; three sisters: Lillian Vandynhoven; Florence Vandynhoven; and Marion VanderSteen, all of Kaukauna; 30 grandchildren; 22 great-grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents; a son, Darrel, in 1986; a grandson, Bud Hofacker; a brother, John; three sisters: Gladys Thurner, Mathilda Hietpas, Pauline Endres. The complete funeral services will be at 11:00 a.m. Wednesday December 20th, 1989 at St. Edward's Catholic Church Mackville, burial will be in the parish cemetery.

Romenesko, Wenzel

1995 Apppleton Post Crescent dated 5/10/1995; Wenzel Romenesko, formerly of 925 North Madison Street Little Chute who, age 85, died at 6:15 a.m. Tuesday, May 9th, 1995. He was born October 7th, 1909 in Freedom, son of the late Henry and Mary (Conrad) Romenesko,. Wenzel was employed by the Kimberly-Clark Corporation prior to his retirement. He married Merrilla Vandenheuvel February 9, 1937 at St. John Catholic Church. He was a member of St. John Catholic Church and a member of the Kimberly-Clark Corp. Quarter Century club. Survivors include two daughters: Darlene and Dave Taylor, Appleton and; Char and Bill Janssen, Little Chute; three sons: Lloyd "Buck" and Nancy Romenesko, Glenn and Nancy Romenesko, Dale and Ann Romenesko, all of Little Chute; three brothers: Walter Romenesko, Kaukauna; Joseph Romenesko, Little Chute; Leonard Romenesko, Kaukauna; a sister, Stella Sanders, Little Chute; 15 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife, Merilla in June of 1992; three sisters: Cathryn Romenesko, and Ann VanAsten, Margaret VandenBoogart Vandenheuvel; a granddaughter, Cheryl Ann Dalke; a son in law, Vernon "Slip" dalke. Funeral services will be held at 5:45 p.m. Thursday from St. John Catholic Church, Little Chute with the Reverend John Doerfler officiating. Internment will be in the parish cemetery.

Romenesko, William

1961 Appleton Post Crescent dated 6/2/1961; William Romenesko, Freedom Wisconsin, age 81, passed away at 1:00 p.m. Thursday after a long illness. He was born in Freedom July 10th, 1879, farming in Freedom until his retirement 15 years ago. Mr. Romenesko was a member of the Holy Name Society of St. Nicholas Church of Freedom. Survivors are four daughters, Mrs. Orville Peters, of Little Chute, Mrs. Raymond Kempen, of Kaukauna, Mrs. Alois Sonnleitner, of Oregon, and Mrs. John Gonnering Jr., of Freedom; three sons, Walter, of Little Chute; Joseph, of Stephenville, and Elmer, of Freedom; three sisters, Mrs. Dora Bougie, of DePere, Mrs. Matt VanHoof, of Little Chute and Mrs. Joseph Conrad, of Freedom; 32 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be Saturday at 9:00 a.m. at St. Nicholas Church, with burial in the parish cemetery.

Ruppert, Cornelius

1930 Cedarburg, WI. News dated 1/30/1930; Former resident of this City Succumbs Monday< /br> Word was received in this city Monday announcing the death of Cornelius Ruppert, a former resident of this city which occured at his home in Milwaukee that day, following an illness due to the infirmities of old age. Mr Ruppert attained the age of 86 years. Deceased is survived by his wife, two sons and a daughter. The children are Mrs Anna Grosskopf and Albert Ruppert of Milwaukee and David Ruppert of Portland, Oregon. the funeral was held in Milwaukee yesterday and internment at Forest Home Cemetery. The Ruppert family left here some 30 years ago. Mr. Ruppert was born in Luxembourg, Germany, and came to America as a child. They lived first in this city (Cedarburg) and in 1887 went to Milwaukee. Mr Ruppert sailed the lakes as a marine engineer from 1867 to 1869. He was aboard the Seagull when it grounded off Fox Point and was with Capt. Fred Pabst when the latters steamer Messenger was wrecked. He retired in 1920.< /br> < /br> 1930 Milwaukee Journal dated 1/27/1930< /br> Ruppert, Cornelius, aged 86 years. Monday Jan 27, at the home, 737 35th St. dearly beloved husband of Regina Ruppert (nee Henricks), fond father of Mrs. Anna Grosskopf and Albert Ruppert of Milwaukee, David Ruppert of Portland, Ore. Further survived by son-in-law William Grosskopf, and daughters in law Victoria and Maude; 3 grandchildren also survive. Remains in state at the Independent Mortuary. Internment Forest Home Cemetery.< /br>  

Ruppert, Elizabeth (Kartheiser)

1963 Ozaukee Press dated Jan 24, 1963< /br> Mrs. Elizabeth Ruppert - Funeral services were held Wednesday for Mrs. Elizabeth Ruppert, 75, of R1, Cedar Grove who died Sunday, Jan 13 at St. Alphonsus hospital, Port Washington following a long illness. A native of Menominee, Michigan, she was born March 29, 1887 to Mathias and Mary Kartheiser. On June 13, 1921, she married Nicholas Ruppert at St. Mary's, Lake Church. The couple operated a farm at R 1 Cedar Grove where Mrs. Ruppert continued to live with her son Norbert, following her husband's death in 1951. Besides her son Norbert, she is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Michael (Julia) Dahm, Belgium, by two brothers, Nicholas Karthieser of Port Washington and. (Obit clipping is cut off at this point.)

Ruppert, Henry

1924 Port Washington Herald dated Jan 2, 1924;< /br> Henry Ruppert - The sudden death of Henry Ruppert, veteran fisherman, last Saturday, came as a shock to his many friends. Mr. Ruppert was in his usual good health Saturday and in the evening was seated in the Mike Lenz barber shop waiting for a shave when he suffered an attack of heart failure and sank into unconscionsness and the last slumber. Mr. Ruppert was born near Lake Church and was Sixty two years of age at the time of his demise. His parents, who proceded him in death, were pioneer settlers of the town of Belgium. Mr. Ruppert started in the fishing business when fifteen years of age, being for many years located at Amsterdam and employed by De Los Smith. Almost 20 years ago he came to this city and continued his association with Mr. Smith until his death. Deceased leaves two brothers, Nicholas and Peter of Lake Church and one sister, Mrs. Peter Schimberg of Dacada. Mr. Ruppert, through his conscientous efforts, built up a large patronage for the Smith fisheries. Honesty and straightforwardness marked his dealings with fellow men throughout life. He was unmarried and for several years has made his home at The Mayer Hotel. The funeral services were held at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at Horn's undertaking rooms, Rev. Boerner officiating. The remains were laid to rest at Union cemetery.

Ruppert, Nicholas

1951 Ozaukee Press dated 11/29/1951< /br> Lake Church - Nic Ruppert, 73, was found dead in a field on his farm on Sauk Trail Road, town of Belgium at 4 p.m. on Tuesday November 27. He had suffered a heart attack. The body is at Jungers Funeral home in Dacada. Arrangements for the services had not been made at press time. Surviving are his wife, the former Elizabeth Kartheiser, one daughter, Mrs. Mike (Julia) Dahm of Belgium, and one son, Norbert, in the U.S. Army.

Ruppert, Norbert

1976 Ozaukee Press dated July, 1976; Norbert Ruppert, A retired Belgium farmer died Monday at St. Nicholas hospital, Sheboygan. Norbert Ruppert, 48, of 4441 S. 12th St., Sheboygan died of an apparant heart attack. Mr. Ruppert was born Aug. 16, 1927 in the town of Belgium. He was the son of Nicholas and Elizabeth Kartheiser Ruppert. Services for Mr. Ruppert will be held Thursday at 10 a.m. from the Jungers-Eernisse Funeral Home, Dacada to St. Mary's Catholic Church, Lake Church at 10:30 a.m. Visitation will be Wednesday after 4 p.m. He is survived by a sister, Mrs. Julia (Michael) Dahm of Belgium.

Ruppert, William

1915 Port Washington Star dated 7/10/1915; William Ruppert, a pioneer resident of this county, passed away at his house four and one half miles northeast of Belgium, on the Sauk Trail Road, on Tuesday afternoon at 4:15. Mr. Ruppert had attained the age of eighty three years. Death resulted after a long illness. He is survived by five children as follows; Henry of Port Washington, Neles of Chicago, IL., Peter of Belgium, Nic. who is residing on a farm here, and Mrs. Peter Schimberg of Lake Church. He also leaves to mourn him one brother, Neles who lives in Milwaukee, and seven grandchildren. His wife, and two daughters. one son and one brother had left for their heavenly journey before him. The funeral was held on Thursday. A large number of people attending. May he rest in peace.

Rutten, Amy (Schaefer)

1994 Appleton Post Crescent dated October 30th, 1994, Mrs. Stephen Rutten, Amy Schaefer, age 41, died October 29th, 1994 after a short illness. Born January 14th, 1953 in Berlin, Wisconsin, she married Steve October 19th, 1974. She was a member of St. John Catholic Church. Survivors include her husband, Steve and; one daughter, Hope, at home; one son, John, at home; her parents, Donald and Marion Schaefer, Appleton; her mother in law and father in law, Walter Jr. and Dorothy Rutten of Kaukauna; four sisters, Lyn Schaefer, Cincinnati, Ohio, Ann and Daniel Oudenhoven, Appleton, Jean and Dick DeKleayn, of Menasha, Abby Schaeffer, of Orlando Fla.; two sisters in law, Donna and Kevin Biesterveld, of Little Chute, Debra and Bruce Bolwerk, of Larsen, four brothers in law, Patrick "Wally" and Karen Rutten, of Little Chute, Thomas and Janis Rutten, of Appleton, James "Barney" Rutten, of Appleton, Mark and Joan Rutten, Neenah; two grandmothers, Marie Barton, Oshkosh; Helen Rutten, Kaukauna; numerous nieces and nephews. Amy was a special godmother to Alissa Oudenhoven, Ashley Rutten and Nathan Schaeffer. Funeral services will be held Monday evening at 6:00 p.m. from the St. John Catholic Church, with Rev. James Vanden hoven officiating. Internment will be in the parish cemetery. In lieu of flowers, a college fund is being established for children. Dear Amy, you lived your life as a model for others to follow. A landing hand and a kind heart were only a few of your abundant qualities. Even though you have left this earth, your family and those who knew you will keep your memory alive forever. You will always be in our hearts and on our minds, love your family.

Ryan, Anna Laura (Donahue)

1954 Unknown Newspaper Obituary; Mrs. Anna Laura Ryan; Aged 75, of 1308 NE 17, died in St. Anthony Hospital Wednesday following a prolonged illness. Rosary will be at 7:30 pm Thursday in the Street & Draper funeral chapel, with requiem mass at 8:15am Friday in the Corpus Christi Cathedral. Burial will follow in Fairlawn cemetery.

Mrs. Ryan was born in Kaukauna, Wis., and came to Oklahoma in 1903 settling near Beggs. She had been a city resident since 1930 and was a member of the catholic church. Survivors include two daughters; Miss Virginia Ryan of the home; and Mrs. Keith Sloan, San Pedro, CA.; four sons, E.T. Ryan, 1329 NE 18; Clem Ryan, 1912 NE 23; C.M. Ryan, St. Louis, MO.; and Martin Ryan, Los Angeles; 16 grandchildren, and nine great grandchildren.

Ryan, Carole (Blessing)

1969 The Press Democrat dated 1/4/1989; A memorial Mass for Carole M. Ryan, 55, will be at 11 a.m. Thursday at St. Teresa's Catholic Church, Bodega. She died Sunday in Santa Rosa after a short illness. A native of San Francisco, she had lived in Sonoma County for 14 years. She was an allergy technician for 20 years and worked for Dr. Herbert Kaufman in Kentfield. She also was an emergency medical technician and a member of the Bodega Volunteer Fire Department. She belonged to the Santa Rosa Quilters and the Swinging Needles of Bodega. She is survived by her husband, Frank E. Ryan, Bodega; her children, Linda Curry, San Diego; and John Blessing, Petaluma; her stepdaughter, Carol Callas, Davis; her mother, Charlotte Graves, Grass Valley; her sisters, Mary Ross, Grass Valley and Laurie Loftus, Lake Almanor; and six grandchildren. Lafferty & Smith Colonial is handling arrangements.

Ryan, Catharine (Gleeson)

1920 Appleton Post Crescent dated 2/9/1920; Mrs. Daniel J. Ryan, 55 years old, wife of the chairman of the town of Buchanan, died Saturday night at her home after a short illness with bronchial-pneumonia. Mrs. Ryan had not been in good health for several weeks, but her death was entirely unexpected. The decedent is survived by her husband and six children. They are Daniel Jr., of California; Catherine of Sinsiniwa Mound; Mary, Edward, Winifred and William all at home. Funeral services were held this morning from St. Mary church at Kaukauna.

Ryan, Catherine Aurelia - Sister Mary Benedict - (See her biography within the Religious Service page)

1981 Unknown newspaper; Sr. Mary Benedict Ryan, O.P., dies - Sister Mary Benedict Ryan, O.P., former member of the general council of the Sinsinawa Dominicans (1949-61) died May 4 at St. Dominic Villa, Dubuque, IA. Funeral services were held May 7 in Queen of the Rosary Chapel here with burial in the motherhouse cemetery. Sister Benedict was born in Turlock, CA and made her first profession of vows on June 30, 1920. She was a teacher and administrator in elementary and secondary schools of her congregation until her election in 1949 to the general council. Sister Benedict's only immediate survivor is one sister, Sister Marguerite Ryan, O.P., Sinsinawa.

Ryan, Clement

Obit Missing died abt apr 1973 Oklahoma City, OK.

Ryan, Cuthbert

1995 Toledo Blade dated 11/26/1995; Cuthbert "Cussy" Ryan< /br> Cuthbert D. "Cussy" Ryan, 86 years, who formerly resided on Beverly Hills Dr. died Friday morning in the North Florida Regional Medical center, Gainesville, FL. Just one month ago he moved to Gainesville to live with his daughter. Cussy, one of six children, was born August 25, 1909 in Appleton, WI. He was a graduate of the University of Wisconsin and received a Master's Degree in Fina Arts from the Chicago Institute of Fine Arts. He worked as a designer several years for Libbey Glass then taught art in the Toledo Public School system for 33 years at Scott and Bowsher high schools retiring in the early 1970's. After his teaching career, he continued his art career as a commercial artist specializing in silk screen work for Lucas County, doing art projects at the Lucas Co Recreation Center for the childrens Winter Wonderland, the Toledo Mud Hens and the University of Toledo. Cussy was, for many years, a swimming instructor at the Boys Club and also was an active member of St. Patrick's of Heatherdowns Parish as well as the Heatherdowns Country Club. Cussy was preceded in death, six weeks ago, by his wife of 57 years, Elaine "Kookie" Ryan. He is survived by his son, Father Tom Ryan, S.J. of Walsh Jesuit High School, Stow, OH; daughter, Mrs. Pat Wallace and her husband, Dr. Charles Wallace, Gainesville, FL.; grandchildren, Ryan Wallace, Atlanta, GA. and Shannon Wallace, Gainesville, FL.; sister, Mrs. Blue (Dr. Edward) Bachhuber, Mayville, WI.< /br> Friends may call at the Coyle Funeral home, 1770 S. Reynolds Rd. Tuesday 6-9 p.m., where a Scripture Service will take place at 8 p.m. Funeral from the mortuary Wednesday, November 29, at 10:30 a.m. followed by a mass of Christian Burial in Gesu church at 11 a.m. Interment Ottawa Hills Memorial Park.

Ryan, Daniel (1820-1905)

1905 Kaukauna Sun dated 3/3/1905 (but printed with dated of 2/2/1905); Homes That The Dark Angel Visited During Past Few Days< /br>The fading ranks of the Outagamie county pioneers have again been dimmed by the loss from their number of Daniel Ryan, one of the earliest pioneers of this section. He had been in feeble health for some time, and at seven o'clock Thursday evening he died from diseases incident to his advanced aged of 84 years.< /br>Daniel Ryan was born at Castle Connell, Limerick county, Ireland, December 24, 1820. At the age of thirty years he came to this country, spending his first few years in the East, where on April 6, 1856, at Chicopee, Mass., he was married to Miss Winnefred Powers. Mr. & Mrs. Ryan soon after came west, reaching Green Bay in 1857, from which place they proceeded to Kaukauna, and Mr. Ryan purchased a tract of land lying in sections 24 & 25 of the town of Buchanan. Here he made his home up to the day of his death, and ranked among the county's most prosperous farmers.< /br>Surviving him are seven children, Mrs. Ellen Cripps, Duluth, MN., Mrs. Anna Harney, Duluth, MN., D.J. Ryan and Malachi Ryan, Buchanan, attorney Thomas H. Ryan, Appleton, Dr. M.C. Ryan, Marion, and Winifred Ryan, South Kaukauna. The funeral was held Monday forenoon at nine o'clock from St. Mary's church and was attended by a large number, including besides the immediate family of the deceased, many from the surrounding country and the cities as well. J. Driscoll and daughters, Misses Mae and Elizabeth, Dudley and Miss Catherine Cuthbert, Miss Jane Shinners and Ben Carey, Appleton; Mrs. Mary Coyle and Willie Eddy, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Rohan, Pat and John Powers and Ed. Glasheen, Holland. Mr. & Mrs. John McCarty, Mr. and Mrs. John Brill, Daniel Boyle, and William Vaughn and daughter of Appleton.< /br>< /br>1905 Kaukauna Times dated 3/3/1905; Obituary - Daniel Ryan born at Castle Condel, Limmerick Co. Ireland on 12/24/1830. The funeral was held last week at St. Mary's Church Monday and was largely attended. He came to this country May 29, 1850. The first few years after arriving in America he spent on the East coast, and on 4/5/1856 he married Winifred Powers in Chicopee, MA. Shortly afterward he and his bride started west by way of the Great Lakes. Mr. & Mrs. Ryan reached Green Bay in 1859. From Green Bay they proceeded to Kaukauna and at once purchased a tract of land in Sec. 24 & 25 of the town of Buchanan, then a part of the city of Kaukauna. Since coming to Wisconsin Mr. Ryan has been a resident of Buchanan and ranked among the most successful farmers of the county.< /br>< /br>1905 Kaukauna Times dated 3/3/1905; The funeral of Daniel Ryan, whose death was announced in our last issue, was held from St. Mary's church Monday morning and was largely attended. The following biography in addition to what was published last week will undoubtedly prove of interest to those who knew the deceased.< /br>Daniel Ryan was born at Castle Condel, Limerick County, Ireland, Dec. 24, 1830. He came to this country May 29, 1850. The first few years after arriving in America he spent in the east and on the 6th day of April 1856 at Chicopee, Mass., he was married to Miss Winifred Powers. Shortly after his marriage he and his bride started for the west by way of the Great Lakes. Mr. and Mrs. Ryan reached Green Bay in 1859. From Green Bay they proceeded to Kaukauna and at once purchased a tract of land in sections 24 and 25 of the town of Buchanan, then a part of the city of Kaukauna. Since coming to Wisconsin, Mr. Ryan has been a resident of the town of Buchanan and ranked among the most successful farmers of the county.< /br>< /br>In the same issue as above and listed just below the above is;< /br>Appleton Crescent: Among those from this city who attended the funeral of the late Daniel Ryan at Kaukauna Monday morning were Mr. & Mrs. Thomas H. Ryan, Mrs. Anna Cuthbert, Benjamin Carey, John McCarthy, Wm. Vaughn Sr., John McCarthy and Mr. and Mrs. John A. Brill.

Ryan, Daniel James

Obit Missing

Ryan, Daniel John

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Ryan, Daniel Thomas

1929 San Francisco Examiner dated November 21, 1929< /br>Ryan- In this city Nov. 20, 1929. Daniel T., dearly beloved husband of Elizabeth Ryan, loving father of Thomas, Paul, Francis and the late Vincent Ryan, son of the late Daniel and Catherine Ryan, brother of Sister Benedict, Sister Margarite O.S.Z.: William, Edward and Mary Ryan, a native of Merced, Calif. aged 41 years. Member of Holy Name Sodality of Mission Delores Church. Friends are invited to attend the funeral Friday Nov 22 at 9 AM from the parlors of William Duggan 1230 Valencia St. thence to Mission Delores Church where a solemn requiem high mass will be celebrated for the repose of his soul, commencing ay 9:30 o'clock, Internment, Holy Cross Cemetery.< /br> 

Ryan, Daniel Vincent

Obit missing died about Oct 1922 in San Francisco, CA.

Ryan, Earl T

Obit Missing - died abt Jan 1958 Oklahoma City, OK.

Ryan, Edward John

1976 Appleton Post Crescent dated 6/7/1976; Edward J. Ryan - 407 Whitney St. Kaukauna, Age 72, died Sunday afternoon after a long illness. He was born July 22, 1903 in Combined Locks and lived most of his life in Kaukauna. He had been employed at Thilmony Pulp and Paper Company for over 35 years prior to his retirement in 1968. He was a member of the Thilmony Quarter Century Club and Kaukauna Moose Lodge, the AARP and the Kaukauna Athletic Club. He was Kaukauna Third Ward Alderman during the 40's and 50's , past member of Kaukauna Farming Commision and Board of Appeals. He was active in Boy Scouting and the establishment of the Girl Scout Camp, Winnecomas in Kaukauna. He is survived by his wife, Margarite DeBrue Ryan; a daughter Mrs. George (Celine) Voris, Schaumberg, IL., two sons, Daniel, of Tipler and Patrick, Kaukauna; two sisters Sister Benedict Katherine Ryan, Chicago and Sister Maugerite Winnifred Ryan, Sinsinawa; and six grandchildren. Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday at St. Mary Catholic Church, Kaukauna with burial in the parish cemetery, The Rev. Richard Thomas will officiate.

Ryan, Eileen (Powers)

1991 Milwaukee Journal dated 4/9/1991; Ryan, Eileen M. (Nee Powers) April 8, 1991, age 96. Widow of the late William D. Ryan. Mother of Kathleen (Frank) Rice, Dr. Thomas (Joan) Ryan, Sheila (the late Joseph) Eberhardt and Eileen (John) Shipinski. Survived by grand children, great grandchildren and many relatives and friends. Not in State. Private burial Madison, WI at Resurrection Cemetery.

Ryan, Elaine (Ohman)

Obit Missing - died 10/6/1995 Toledo, OH.

Ryan, Elizabeth (Cuthbert)

1963 Appleton Post Crescent dated 11/25/1963; Mrs. Elizabeth Ryan, age 88, passed away Sunday noon at the home of her daughter, Mrs. E. A. Bachhuber, Milwaukee. She was born March 21st, 1875 in Appleton and has been a resident of Appleton her entire life. She was the widow of the late Judge Thomas H. Ryan who served as Municipal Judge for many years. She was a member of the Christian Mothers of St. Mary's Catholic church. Mrs. Ryan is survived by her for four daughters, Sister M. Hailare, O.P., Chicago; Miss Rose Patricia Ryan, at home; Mrs. Francis (Claire) Hart and Mrs. E.A. Bachhuber, both of Milwaukee; two sons, Cuthbert, of Toledo Ohio, Thomas, of Fort Huachua, Arizona, 18 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be at 10:00 a.m. Wednesday.

Ryan, Elizabeth (Hegarty)

1988 San Francisco Examiner dated 11/2/1988; < /br>Ryan, Elizabeth "Auntie Wee" - October 31, 1988; beloved wife of the late Daniel T. Ryan; devoted mother of Paul W. of SF. and Frank E. Ryan of Bodega, CA. and the late Daniel V. and Thomas J. Ryan; dear mother-in-law of Peggy, Carole and Mary Ryan of Guerneville; loving sister of the late Catherine Barry, Mary Peterson and Daniel Hegarty ; loving grandmother of fourteen grandchildren and seventeen great grandchildren; a native of San Francisco; aged 100 years; member of Ladies Sodality Mission Delores Basilica and Legion of Mary.< /br> 

Ryan, Frank E

Obit Missing - died 5/5/1997 Kauai, HI.

Ryan, Katherine (Sheehan)

Obit Missing - died 2/4/1990 Tucson, AZ.

Ryan, Malachi

1942 Appleton Post Crescent dated 112/7/1942; Malachi Ryan, 79, Succumbs - University Honored him for Agricultural Achievements in '31< /br>Malachi Ryan, 79, 405 W. Seventh St., Kaukauna, died at 4:40 this morning at his home after a 12 week illness. Born Dec. 17, 1862, in the town of Buchanan, he lived there as a farmer most of his life. As Combined Locks village president, he was a member of the Outagamie county board of supervisors from 1925 to 1933. A former member of the county agricultural committee, he was one of five persons honored in 1931 by the University of Wisconsin for outstanding work in agriculture and home-making fields. He received a certificate of recognition at the Universitys Farm and Home Week. He was a member of the Knights of Columbus, Kaukauna, and the Holy Name Society at St. Mary church, Kaukauna. Mr. Ryan retired about a year ago and moved to Kaukauna. Survivors are one brother, Judge Thomas H. Ryan, Appleton; three sisters, Mrs. Anna Harney, Cloquette, Minn.; Mrs. Ellen Cripps, Kaukauna; Miss Winifred Ryan, Kaukauna. Funeral services will be held at 9:30 Wednesday morning at the St. Mary church, Kaukauna, with the Rev. Alphonse Roder in charge. Burial will be in the parish cemetery.

Ryan, Marguerite (DeBrue)

Obit Missing - died 3/24/1990 Kaukauna, WI.

Ryan, Martin Jr.

Obit Missing - Death certificate only

1957 County of Los Angeles Death Certificate; Martin Harold Ryan born 8/25/1904 in Wisconsin to Martin C. Ryan born in Wisconsin and Anna L. Donohue born in Wisconsin, died on 11/19/1957 at St. Francis Hospital in Lynwood, Ca. of Carcinoma of Pancreas with Metastases. Occupation Plumber in Automotive Industry, residence 244 West 113th St, Los Angeles, married to Mrs. Oma Ryan. Buried at Holy Cross Cemetery (No town listed)< /br> (No Obit found in the Lynwood Press or LA Times.)

Ryan, Martin C 

Death notice of Martin C. Ryan; Death came to Martin C. Ryan on July 22, (1942) after an illness of five months. For the past 11 years he had been on the staff of the State Adjutant General. Requiem Mass was celebrated on July 24 in Corpus Christi Church for Mr. Ryan. Rev. J.J. Walde officiated at the Mass and Rev. Bernard Loftus at the services in Fairlawn.< /br>Martin C. Ryan, a native of Appleton, Wisconsin, where he was born, May 30, 1872, was the son of Daniel Ryan and Margaret Powers Ryan. He was married to Miss Nan Donohue in Kaukauna, Wisconsin. For 20 years he practiced dentistry both in Wisconsin and at Beggs, Oklahoma, where he moved in 1909. He lived for some time at Okmulgee before coming to Oklahoma City.< /br>Survivors are his widow at the home address, 1329 N.W. 18th Street, and four sons, and two daughters: Clem R. Ryan and E.T. Ryan Oklahoma City; M.H. Ryan, Los Angeles; Carl M. Ryan, Bartlesville; Mrs. Keith Sloan, Los Angeles; and Miss Virginia Ryan, of the home address. Also nine grandchildren and two brothers and three sisters. The brothers are Malachi Ryan, Kaukauna, Wisconsin; Judge T.H. Ryan, Appleton, Wisconsin; the sisters Mrs. Ellen Cripps, Miss Winifred Ryan, Kaukauna; and Mrs. Anna Harney, Cloquet, Minnesota.< /br>The bearers were Ray Weems, J.J. O'Loughlin, Bert Steffee, W. Howl, C.P. Staed, and Ed Ziegler.< /br> 

Ryan, Mary

Obit Missing - Died 4/24/1884 Outagamie County, WI.

Ryan, Mary Ann (McDonald)

1997 The Press Democrat< /br>Mary Anne Ryan, co-owner of Noonan's Grocery Store in Monte Rio for several years, died Tuesday at the Windsor home of her daughter, Jan Silva. She was 71. She was born in San Francisco. She lived in Guerneville and was a 31 year resident of Sonoma County. She and her late husband, Thomas Ryan, operated the grocery store from 1969 to 1977. An artistic woman, Ryan enjoyed sewing, crocheting, singing and writing poetry. She was a member of the Happy Hookers and the Clickity Clackers, and also volunteered at the Russian River Senior Center for 10 years. She was involved in the Russian River Lioness group, she was also a judge at the Sonoma County 4-H Annual Fashion Review.< /br>Besides her daughter, Ryan is survived by another daughter, Diane Spain of Guerneville; son Tom Ryan of Covalis, Ore. and eight grandchildren.< /br>A memorial service will be at 11 a.m. today at the Silva home, 3007 Mark West Station Road. Memorial donations are preferred to the Russian River Senior Center.

Ryan, Oma (Shanks)

Obit Missing - died 4/22/1989 Anaheim, CA.

Ryan, Paul William

2000 San Francisco Examiner dated 6/18/2000- Paul W. Ryan (SFPD Retired)< /br>Loving husband of Peg (Margaret) Ryan; loving father of Mary, Dan (Rosine), Mike (Susan), Joe (Nancy), Kevin, John Ryan and Peggy (Tom) Daley; loving grandfather of Pat, Jeff, Charlie, Katie, Kelly, Tracy and Molly Ryan and Thor and Annika Daley; brother in law of Catherine Lyons, Sister Mary Joseph O.P. and the late May Lyons. Son of the late Danel and Elizabeth Ryan; brother of the late Vincent, Thomas and Frank Ryan. Retired Inspector of the San Francisco Police Dept., Graduate of Sacred Heart High School, Class of 1945. Past President of Sacred Heart Alumni Assoc. and 1977 recipient of Sacred Heart Cor Jesu Award. Native of San Francisco. Member of San Francisco Council #1 YMI since 1945.

Ryan, Pauline (Judd)

Obit Missing - died 12/18/1990 Oklahoma City, OK.

Ryan, Rose Patricia

1969 Appleton Post Crescent dated 10/10/1969; Miss Patricia Ryan, Modern Convalesant Home, Appleton< /br> Age 67, passed away Wednesday evening. She was born February 28, 1902 in Appleton. She lived her all of her lifetime. Miss Ryan received her Bachelor of Arts Degree at Lawrence University and also a degree in music at the University. She was also a graduate of Marquette Law School and was a practicing Attorney in Appleton until her retirement 7 years ago. She was a member and served as secretary for the Outagamie Bar Association for many years. She was a member of the Phi Mu and Delta, Gamma Sororities also was a member of St. Mary's Catholic Church and was active in church work. Survivors are three sisters, Sister Hilaire O.P., Rosary Collage, River Forest, Illinois; Mrs. F. J. Hart and Mrs E. A. Bachhuber both of Milwuakee; two brothers, Cuthbert D. , Toledo, Ohio; Col. Tom, Tuscon, Arizona. Funeral services will be held Saturday morning at 10 a.m. from St. Mary's church. Burial will be in St. Mary's Cemetery. Friends may call at the Brettschneider-Trettin Funeral Home from 5 to 9 p.m. Friday. A prayer service will be held at 8 p.m. Friday evening.< /br> < /br> From Pioneers in Wisconsin Law; Rose Patricia Ryan, 1928, (1902-1969)< /br> The first woman to practice law in Appleton, Rose Patricia “Pat” Ryan was born in Appleton on Feb. 28, 1902. She was the daughter of criminal lawyer and soon-to-be first Outagamie County municipal judge, Thomas H. Ryan.< /br> After graduation from Appleton High School in 1920, Pat attended Lawrence College, receiving a B.A. degree in 1925. An accomplished pianist, she spent the year following graduation at Lawrence Conservatory of Music. Also, during that time, she was a member of a piano duet that played with the Green Bay Symphony Orchestra. Then, deciding to become a lawyer like her father and her brother Tom, she chose Marquette University for her law school, graduating in 1928.< /br> Pat’s father believed in education. Although somewhat unusual for the times, all of her sisters also obtained graduate degrees.< /br> Returning to Appleton, she first practiced with her father. Later she shared office space above the meat market on West College Avenue with her brother, and after World War II, with attorneys Syd Jacobsen and Paul Cary.< /br> Pat was active in the Outagamie County Bar Association and served as secretary for many years. In those days before specialization, she had a general practice but “leaned” toward probate and wills work. Patricia Ryan remained active in full-time practice, doing the work she loved, until seven years before her death on Oct. 8, 1969.

Ryan, Ruth Winifred (Sister Hilaire Ryan)   (See more info on Sister Hilaire on the Religious Service page)

Obit Missing - died 9/6/1986 in Dubuque, Iowa

Ryan, Thomas Aquinas

Obit Missing - died 2/4/1989 Tucson, AZ.

Ryan, Thomas Henry

1944 Kaukauna Times dated 2/4/1944; Thomas H. Ryan Succumbs to Long Illness, Thursday< /br> Rites Saturday for Prominent County Resident, Native of Town of Buchanan Was Municipal Judge from 1933-1943< /br> Thomas H. Ryan aged 77 years, native of the town of Buchanan, one of the most prominent residents of Outagamie County, well known in the county and former municipal judge, died at his home, 703 South Memorial Drive, Appleton, at 1:30 Thursday morning after an illness which dates back to the middle of last October.< /br> He was born in the town of Buchanan January 21, 1867, and had lived in Appleton since 1891. He was married in that city to Elizabeth Cuthbert in 1897.< /br> Mr. Ryan was appointed municipal judge in 1933 and was re-elected to serve until May 1, 1943. He was the first Municipal judge in the county.< /br> He served as Appleton city attorney and district attorney in Outagamie County and held positions in the Catholic Order of Foresters, Knights of Columbus and Catholic Knights of Wisconsin. He was a member of the Outagamie County Bar and the American Bar Association. He was a member of St. Mary's Catholic church, Appleton.< /br> He practiced law in Outagamie county until the time he was named municipal judge and returned to practice of law May 1, 1943, continuing until the time of his illness.< /br> Survivors include his wife; four daughters, Sister Mary Hilaire of Rosemary College, River Forest, IL., Mrs. Francis J. Hart of Milwaukee, Patricia Ryan and Mrs. E. A. Bachhuber of Appleton; two sons, Lieutenant Thomas A. Ryan, Camp Mackill, N.C., Cuthbert D. Ryan of Toledo, Ohio; three sisters, Miss Winnifred Ryan and Mrs. Ellen Cripps of Kaukauna and Mrs Anna Harney of Cloquet, MN. and eight grandchildren.< /br> The body can be viewed at Schommer funeral home, Appleton, from this afternoon until the time of the funeral. The rosary will be recited at the funeral home at 8 o'clock this evening.< /br> Final rites will be held Saturday morning from the funeral home and at 10 o'clock from St. Mary's Catholic church, with internment in the parish cemetery.< /br> < /br> 1944 Appleton Post Crescent dated 2/3/1944 See Obit with picture.; Thomas H. Ryan Late Municipal Judge Succumbs< /br> Former Jurist Was Long Active in City, County Civic Affairs< /br> Former Judge Thomas H. Ryan, 77, Outagamie Count's first municipal judge, died at his home at 703 S. Memorial Drive, at 1:30 this morning. He had been ill since last October 19.< /br> Former Judge Ryan was born January 21. 1867, the son of Daniel and Winifred Powers Ryan who has settled in the town of Buchanan 10 years previosly. He attended Ryan High School in Appleton and was graduated from the University of Wisconsin in 1891. He was admitted to the bar, after he got his degree in law the following year and he practiced in Appleton 51 years.< /br> His first law partnership was woth A. B. Whitman. Former Judge Ryan served as city attorney from 1897 to 1907 when he was named the county's first municipal judge. He retired from office in 1915 to return to private practice, forming the partnership of Ryan, Carey and Frank. He was a candidate for state attorney general in 1916. He was appointed municipal judge by Governor A. G. Schmedemann in 1933 and held the office until last May.< /br> Former Judge Ryan was one of the first backers in a movement for a new county courthouse and he dedicated the new building when it was completed. He also dedicated the Memorial Drive Bridge. He was a member of the Wisconsin Board of Visitors, a member of the library board from 1920 to 1933, a member of the city board of education from 1924 to 1933, a former county supervisor, past president of the Outagamie County Pioneer and Historical Society, member of the Knights of Columbus, Catholic Order of Foresters, Holy Name Society and od St. Mary's church.< /br> He was author of "Special Verdicts", "Judicial Legislation", "Are Instructions Which Inform the Jury of the Effect of Their Answers Inimical to Justice?", the latter which appeared in the 1940 Wisconsin Law Review.< /br> The former judge was known throughout the state for his hobby of carving. His woood carvings won a number of prizes in exhibitions.< /br> Survivors are the widow, Elizabeth; four daughters, Sister Mary Helaire, Rosary College, River Forest, IL.; Miss Patricia Ryan, Appleton; Mrs F. J. Hart, Milwaukee; and Mrs E. A. Bachhuber, Appleton; two sons, Cuthbert D. Ryan of Toledo, Ohio and Lieutenant Thomas A. Ryan, Camp Mackall, N.C.; three sisters, Mrs Ellen Cripps and Miss Winnefred Ryan of Kaukauna and Mrs. Anna Harney, Cloquet, MN.; and eight grandchildren. The flag at the county courthouse stood at half mast today.< /br> Funeral services will be held at 10 o'clock Saturday morning at St. Mary's church, the cortege forming at 9:30 at the Valley Funeral Home.< /br>  

Ryan, Thomas John

1978 Santa Rosa Press Democrat dated 6/22/1978< /br>Ryan - In Santa Rosa, Calif., June 20, 1978. Thomas J. Ryan, beloved husband of Mary Ryan, devoted father of Dianne Spain of Rio Nido, Janet Silva of Cazadero and Tom Ryan Jr. of Monte Rio, adored grandfather of Jennifer Silva of Cazadero, beloved son of Elizabeth and the late Daniel Ryan of San Francisco, revered brother of Paul Ryan of San Francisco and Frank Ryan of Occidental. A Native of California and a 7 year resident of Monte Rio, aged 59 years. Friends are invited to call at the Guernevile Redwood Chapel, 4th and Mill Sts., Gueneville until 5 pm Thursday June 22. Thomas will lie in state at St. Catharine's Catholic Church Monte Rio Ca from 6 p.m. Thursday to Rosary at 8 p.m. A mass of Christian burial will be offered for the repose of his soul, Friday at 10 a.m. at St. Catharine's. Internment at Redwood Memorial Gardens, Guerneville, CA.

Ryan, William D

Obit Missing - died 4/18/1963 Madison, WI.

Ryan, Winifred (Powers)

1903 Kaukauna Sun dated 10/23/1903; Called To Their Reward - Mrs. Daniel Ryan Answers the Call< /br>The passing away of a pioneer always leaves a void in a community that cannot ever be filled - and this is so much more evident when an old resident passes away who has been a good citizen and a Christian. Such a being, in the person of Mrs. Daniel Ryan, passed to her reward in the unknown, at her home in the town of Buchanan, Fiday afternoon. For the past year Mrs. Ryan had been an invalid through rheumatism, the final end being brought about by a slight cold that the enfeebled frame was unable to withstand.< /br>Mrs. Daniel Ryan whose maiden name was Winnefred Bowers (sic), was born at Killaloe, County Clare, Ireland, May 31, 1831 and came to this country in January 1850. She was united in marriage to Daniel Ryan, at Chicopee, Massachusetts on April 6, 1856, and one year later came west with her husband, the couple locating in the heart of the wilderness in the town of Buchanan on the farm where they have since made their home.< /br>Mrs. Ryan was a Christian lady and it is with a feeling of intense pride that the SUN prints the following endorsement of her worth, taken from the Appleton Daily Crescent:< /br>"Mrs. Ryan was a woman possessed of all of the virtues which made the pioneer woman of this county and abiding force whose influence still remains strong in the civilization which they helped win from the early wilderness. Energetic, warm-hearted, charitable, helpful, of domestic tastes and devoted to her family, her life which is now ended was one of usefulness and Christian living. Of such as her was it said " Her children shall rise up and call her blessed"."< /br>She leaves to mourn her death her venerable husband and seven children, as follows: Thomas H. Ryan, Appleton; Malachi, Daniel Ryan and Miss Winnifred Ryan, Buchanan; Dr. M.C. Ryan, Marion, Wis.; Mrs Peter Cripps and Mrs James Harney, Duluth. Also her brother Patrick Powers of the town of Buchanan and sister, Mrs. Coyle of Menasha. All of her relatives were present at the time of her death.< /br>The funeral was held from St. Mary's church Monday forenoon at 9 o'clock and she was laid to rest in the cemetery she lived in sight of for so many years. the pall bearers were Richard Powers, Thomas Rohan, David O'Connell, Michael Farrell, Michael Fox and John Cox.< /br> < /br>1903 Appleton Crescent Paper of Appleton, Wisconsin, dated October 24, 1903. Death of Mrs. Daniel (Winnifred) Ryan.< /br>Mrs. Daniel Ryan an old pioneer of the county and mother of Thomas H. Ryan, City Attorney of Appleton, died Friday afternoon at her home in the Town of Buchanan, age 72 years. She had been an invalid through rheumatism for some time and pneumonia setting in a few days ago resulted in death. Mrs. Ryan was born Winnifred Powers in Killaloe, County Clare, Ireland, May 31, 1831 and came to this country in January 1850. On 6 April 1856 she was married to Daniel Ryan at Chicopee, Mass. and in 1857 came with her husband to Outagamie County by way of the Great Lakes.< /br>Mr. & Mrs. Ryan settled on a farm in the town of Buchanan where they have since made their home. She leaves to mourn her death her venerable husband and seven children: Thomas H. Ryan, Appleton, Malachi and Daniel of Buchanan: Dr. Martin C. and Miss Winnifred R. of Kaukauna: Mrs. Peter Cripps and Mrs. James Harney of Duluth, Minnesota. < /br> 

Ryan, Winifred

1959 Appleton Post Crescent dated 6/11/1959 - < /br> Miss Winifred Ryan, 90, 405 W. Seventh St, Kaukauna, a member of the Fox River valley's pioneer families, died this morning in Kaukauna after an illness of four months. She was born Feb 22, 1869 in the town of Buchanan. Funeral Services will be at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Kaukauna with burial in the parish cemetery. There are no immediate survivors.

Ryan, Winifred - Sister Marguerite - (See her biography within the Religious Service page)

From the archives at Sinsinawa;< /br>Sister Marguerite died at St. Dominic Villa on December 18, 1984 at the age of 90 and in the 57th year of her religious profession.< /br>Winifred Ryan was born on May 16, 1894, in Madera, California, one of three daughters and three sons born to Catherine Gleeson of Nenagh, Ireland and Daniel Ryan of Kaukauna, Wisconsin. The family later moved to Kaukauna where Winifred grew up and received her grade school education at St. Mary's and attended Kaukauna High School. She completed her studies at Oshkosh Normal and began her teaching career at a rural school in Combined Locks. She went from here to Milwaukee where she taught at Victor Berger School Until 1926 when she entered the congregation.< /br>Mr. And Mrs. Ryan both died while their family was still young, so Winifred took over the role of mother and helped raise her younger brothers and sisters. It was for this reason that she waited until she was thirty-two years old before coming to St. Clara. Her youngest sister Mary had just finished high school and her other sister, Sister Benedict, was already in the community.< /br>Winifred was received as Sister Marguerite on August 4, 1927, and professed a year later. She taught in grade and high schools for over forty years--in Madison (Edgewood), Milwaukee (St. Robert), Chicago (St. Sabina, Visitation, and Trinity), Minneapo1is, Champaign, and Omaha (St. Cecilia). Sister returned to the Mound in 1971 and remained there until 1983 when she moved to the Villa.< /br>One of the sisters at the Villa remembers her as principal of Edgewood Grade School. She was a teacher respected and loved in a special way by the students whom she taught English. Her students seemed to excel so well that seldom if< /br>ever were they placed in freshman English classes, but, rather, were placed in sophomore classes. She was highly respected for her intelligence and grasp of her subject matter. The students loved being in her class. She worked long hours at her school work, going to her classroom early in the morning, and remaining long after school hours.< /br>Sister Hilaire, a relative, remembers her as a child. The Ryan family had purchased turkey eggs for their farm and as the eggs hatched little Winifred was put in charge of shepherding the turkeys. She could often be seen in the fields, shooing the turkeys in the direction she wanted them to go.< /br>Another sister remembers her as having been a very dedicated teacher at St. Robert's. She was a determined person with a deep sense of her own dignity and capability. The students looked forward to being in her class.< /br>Sister worked in the Mound sewing room, making habits for some years. When her eyesight grew weaker she had to forego that duty, and one of her new hobbies which she developed was creating lovely cards made by pressing flowers and inserting them by means of her own technique into the paper. The process for doing this was found among her possessions at the Villa.< /br>Father Don Georgen, O.P. celebrated a Mass of Christian Burial for Sister Marguerite on December 21, 1984.

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Sabby, Lucy E (Farrell)

Obit Missing - died 4/1/1990 Oakes, ND.

Sabby, Thomas

Obit Missing

1977 LaMoure County Death Records; Listed age as 81, born 12/17/1895 in Norway, father Baard Sabby, mother Guri Lund, informant Mrs Nell Sabby, married wife's name Nell Farrell. Occupation Liquor and Grocery Merchant. Died 4/12/1977, buried at St. Raphael's Catholic Cemetery.

Sands, Betty (Smith)

The Register-Guard, Eugene, Oregon, November 2,1995; BETTY LOU SANDS< /br> The funeral will be held Nov. 4 for Betty Lou Sands of Eugene, who died Oct. 31 of an aneurysm. She was 64. Sands was born Feb. 28, 1931, in Rapid City, S.D. to Darwin and Eskaline Smith. She moved to Eugene from Rapid City in 1945 and graduated in 1949 from Eugene High School. She married David Sands in Reno, Nev., on July 23, 1956. Sands worked at Hamburger Heaven, the Glendale Cafe and the Colonial Inn Restaurant. For the past 25 years, she operated a day care center in her home. She enjoyed spending time with her family.< /br> In addition to her husband, survivors include a daughter, Cindy Perin of Eugene; a brother, Robert Smith of Reston, Va.; five sisters, Darline Hoffman, Pat Horejs, Janet Smith, Lois Smith and Kay Breaux, all of Eugene; and one grandchild. Visitation is from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. today and from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday at Musgrove Family Mortuary in Eugene. Saturday's service is at 1 p.m. at the River Road Church of Christ in Eugene. Burial will be at Rest-Haven Memorial Park in Eugene. Memorial contributions may be made to a charity of choice.

Saums, Marcella (Feller)

1997 The Daily press dated 8/12/1997; Escanaba Mich., Marcella Feller, Roseville, Minn., Marcella Feller, 77, Roseville Minnesota, (near St. Paul), died Tuesday, August 5th, 1997. She was born August 9th, 1919, in Escanaba, daughter of Joseph and Martha (Deveily) Feller. She attended Franklin grade school, Escanaba Junior High School and graduated from Escanaba High School in 1937. She also attended Badger Business College, Green Bay. She was employed with Farmers Home Administration and Social Security Administration in Escanaba and Minneapolis. She retired from the Social Security Administration in December 1978. She married Max Saums in 1940 in Escanaba. Besides her husband, survivors include; one son, Ronald, Columbia, MO.; one of brother Donald Feller, Escanaba; and two granddaughters, two great-granddaughter's, and nieces and nephews. Services were Saturday at Roseville Memorial chapel.

Saums, Max

2006 Columbia Daily Tribune; Max Saums 1911-2006 ; Published Monday, March 13, 2006 < /br> Max Glenwood Saums, 94, of rural Columbia passed away Saturday, March 11, 2006, at Boone Hospital Center. Memorial services will be at a later date.< /br> Survivors include one son, Ronald Lee Saums of Columbia; one brother, Howard Baisel Saums of Charlotte, Mich.; one sister, June Eillen Fremody of Charlotte; and two granddaughters, Kerry Anne McDonald of Columbia and Molly Sharp of Kenosha, Wis.< /br> Arrangements are by Meador & Son Funeral Home in Centralia.

Schaefer, Cletus

Schaefer, Elizabeth (Siebers)

2002 Appleton Post Crescent dated 1/8/2002; Schaefer, Elizabeth M., 125 W. 10th St.,Kaukauna< /br> Age 85, died Monday, January 2, 2002 at Parkside Care Center in Little Chute. Elizabeth was born in Kaukauna on July 7, 1916; daughter of the late John and Josephine (Green) Siebers. Elizabeth enjoyed more than fifty years of marriage to Cletus Schaefer who preceded her in death in 1986.< /br> She is survived by three daughters: Shirley (Allen)_Vanderloop, Manitowoc; Bev (Bob) Hess, Bella Vista, Arkansas; Debbie (Ron) Vandenberg, Darboy; a son, Bob (Pat) Schaefer, Kaukauna; three brothers: Art Siebers, Little Chute; Floyd Siebers, Kaukauna; Ron (Mary) Siebers, Kaukauna; three sisters: Madelyn (Louis) Bergeron, Kaukauna; Lorraine Stoeger, Appleton; Cordell Ringwelski, California; two sisters-in-law: Vivian Siebers and Janice Siebers, both of Kaukauna; two brothers-in-law: Linus (Fran) Schaefer and Clayton (Pat) Vanden Broek, both of Kaukauna. Elizabeth was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Cletus; brothers: Bing, Jerry, Dave and Harvey; sisters: Laverne (Walter) Johnson and Florence Siebers; a sister-in-law, Tina Siebers; two brothers-in-law: John Stoeger and Frank Ringwelski. The funeral liturgy will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Thursday, January 10, 2002 at ST. MARY CATHOLIC CHURCH, 119 W. Seventh Street in Kaukauna with Fr. Robert Udulutsch, OFM Cap. officiating. Interment will be in the parish cemetery. Friends may call at the church on Thursday from 9 a.m. until the hour of the liturgy. Greenwood Fargo Funeral Home 500 Hendricks Avenue Kaukauna766-6201

Schimberg, Betty (Kreft)

2001 Death notice Betty Jane Schimberg (nee Kreft), born September 22nd, 1925. Died March 23rd, 2001. Beloved wife of Ralph J., loving mother of Gary Soller, Marilyn Nemyer, Jeffrey (Carrol), Diann (Brian) Stichmann, Lynn (Wes) Aldridge. Further survived by grandchildren; Tony Nemyer, Wendy (Patrick) Delacenserie, Tammy (Joe) Wisniewski, Ben Stichmann, Kristy (Dan) Concotelli, Erin (Roger Jr.), Mayer, Katie Aldridge, Jodie Stichmann, Duly Stichmann and Jay Aldridge, great-grandchildren, Samantha and Shauna Wisniewski, Ryan Mayer, Keegan Delacenserie and Russell Mayer. Also, sisters June Golombowski, Fay L Thiry, Deanna Weber, other relatives and friends. Visitation will be at the funeral home on Monday March 26th, from 4 p.m. until time of service at 7:00 p.m. Private entombment, Wisconsin Memorial Park.

Schimberg, Brian

1977 Milwaukee Journal dated 1/3/1977; Milwaukee Journal dated January 3rd, 1977 Brian D. Schimberg January 1st, at the age of 18 years beloved son of George and Josephine. Dear brother of Sandra, Russell and Lisa. Grandson of Mrs. Bertha Kais and Mrs. Helen Schimberg. Also survived by uncle's, aunt's and other relatives and friends. Funeral Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. from Schaff's to the St. Regis Church at 10:00 a.m. Internment Holy Sepulcher Cemetery (Automobile Accident)

Schimberg, George

2000 Unknown Newspaper dated 1/3/2000< /br> Schimberg, George, December 31, 1999. Aged 71 years. Preceded in death by his loving wife Josephine and a son Brian. Beloved father of Sandra (Fred) Johnson, Russell (Becky) and Lisa (Ken) Pflugradt. Loving grandfather of Tina, Michelle, Andrew and Kristine. Brother of Rose and Ralph (Betty). Further survived by brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, nieces, nephews and other relatives and friends. Retiree of A. O. Smith. Funeral Wed. from Schaff at 10:30 to St. Rita Church, S. 60th and W. Lincoln at 11 AM. Internment Holy Sepulcher Cemetery.

Schimberg, John

1960 Ozaukee Press dated 3/11/1960; John Schimberg, 54, died suddenly at his farm home in the town of Fredonia Tuesday evening March 8. The deceased was born in the town of Belgium on October 24, 1905. He is survived by his wife Eleanor, nee Schommer; eight children: Carol, Theresa, Francis, Roger, David, Patricia, Mary and Michael all at home. He is also survived by a brother, William of Milwaukee and two sisters, Mrs. Mary Lauters of Port Washington and Mrs. Helen Aldrich of New York. Burial will be in the Holy Cross Cemetery.

Schimberg, Margaret (Ruppert)

1942 Ozaukee Press dated Jan 10, 1942; Mrs. P. Schimberg buried Wednesday - Lake Church, - Funeral services for Maggie Schimberg, age 71, who died Saturday at 6:10 a.m. at home, were held on Wednesday at Lake Church. Rev. Hausmann officiating. Mrs. Schimberg was born March 12, 1871 and was residing with her daughter Mrs. Henry Lauters from Holy Cross. On February 13, 1895 she was united in marriage to Peter Schimberg who still resides at Holy Cross. Survivors are the following children; William, Milwaukee; Peter, Sheboygan; John, Fredonia; Mrs. Henry (Mary) Lauters, Port Washington; Mrs John (Helen) Kieffer, Sheron, Wisconsin; eight grandchildren and one brother Nicholas of Cedar Grove also survive.

Schimberg, William

1965 Unknown Newspaper Death notice; William Schimburg, age 69 years, October 20th, beloved husband of Helen, father of Rosemarie Bohnert, Ralph, George and Francis Secrest, brother of Mary and Helen, further survived by two sons-in-law, and two daughters-in-law, grandchildren and other relatives. Funeral Saturday October 23rd at 8:30 a.m. from Heiden & Lange Funeral home. Internment St. Mary's cemetery, Lake Church Wisconsin.

Schmidt, Gerald

2003 Appleton Post Cresent dated 3/4/2003; Schmidt, Gerald J., W2761 Schmidt Rd.Brillion< /br> Age 68, died peacefully Sunday March 2, 2003 at his home following a courageous battle with cancer. He was born April 19, 1934 in Forest Junction; son of the late Bernard and Mary (Rossmeier) Schmidt. Gerald served his country, being honorably discharged from the Army. He was a lifelong dairy farmer and had also worked at Valley Packaging. Gerald loved collecting trains and model tractors, telling a good joke and being funny. He always enjoyed time spent with his grandchildren. He was a member of St. Francis Catholic Church, Hollandtown.< /br> Survivors include his wife, Evelyn M. (Swanningson); six sons and four daughters-in-law: Bernard and Janice, Fred and Kari, David and Holly, Keith, Karl, Henry and Sabrina; two daughters and sons-in-law: Lorie and Guy Wanta, Sara and Martin Juneau; 15 grandchildren: Daniel, Katie, Erin, Arianna, Brayden, Ashleigh, Jordan, Elizabeth, Jamie, Jacklyn, Travis, Cole, Benjamin, Alex and Emily; a brother and sister-in-law, Ralph and Grace; stepbrothers and stepsisters-in-law: Art and Marion, Len and Lori; a sister and brother-in-law, Ann Marie and Fran Kempen; stepsisters and stepbrothers-in-law: Lorraine and Don Brink, Rosemary Brantmeier and Lucy Johnson; numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, Bernard and Mary Schmidt; stepfather, Henry Schmidt; a brother, Joseph Schmidt; and a stepbrother, Clarence Schmidt.< /br> Funeral services will be held at 11am Thursday at St. Francis Catholic Church, Hollandtown with Fr. Jim Lucas officiating. Burial in the parish cemetery. The VFW Post 3319 will conduct military rites immediately following services at the church. Friends may call from 4pm to 7pm Wednesday at the Boettcher Family Funeral Home, 2401 Fieldcrest Dr., Kaukauna and after 10am Thursday directly at the church until the time of services. In lieu of flowers, a memorial fund has been established in his name.We will all miss him very much.< /br> The family would like to thank Hospice, Dr. Klingbeil, Dr. Swanson and all the staff at Appleton Medical Center and the Martha Seikman Cancer Center.< /br>  

Schneider, Lola (West)

1954 Appleton Post Crescent dated 3/6/1954; Schneider Funeral, Funeral services for Mrs. Gerald Schneider, 20, 1702 1/2 S. Jefferson street, who took her own life Thursday evening, will be held at 9 o'clock Monday morning at Sacred Heart Church with burial in St. Joseph cemetery. Friends may call at the Wichmann Funeral home after 7 o'clock tonight and from 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon until the time of services.< /br>  

Schoening, Alex

Obit Missing - died 7/1/1992 Chicago, IL.

Schoening, Ruth (Bay)

Obit Missing - died 8/14/1986 Chicago, IL.

Schowalter, Herbert

1972 The West Bend News dated 11/3/1972; Herbert Schowalter Officer with Patton, passes away at 79. Colonel Herbert P. Schowalter, 79, who served as an enlisted man in World War I, served as a top officer with distinction under General George S. Patton in World War II, became an export sales manager for the West Bend Co. after the war, and later became executive secretary for the West Bend Gallery of Fine Arts, died early today. Showalter who held the rank of retired colonel in the U.S. Army Reserve until the time of his death, was active in many community activities. He also had traveled widely, was a public speaker on post World War II subjects and was the writer of several published articles. In recent years, in addition to his work at the gallery, he had been working on a book on Patten's famous Seventh Army, of which he had been a part. His office contained boxes of research materials on the war experiences of the Seventh and General Patton. Born in the town of Jackson on September 2nd, 1893, he attended local schools and was a junior at the University of Wisconsin at Madison majoring in journalism when World War I interrupted his studies. During World War I, he served as an enlisted man in France and Germany during 1917 and 1918, later to become commissioned as second lieutenant in 1925. In World War II, he served on many battlefields from 1941 to 1946. He was a battalion commander in the Fifth Army under General Mark Clark in North Africa and later a generel supply and maintenance officer under Patton and General Alexander M. Patch Jr. in North Africa, Italy, southern France, Germany and Austria. His World War II citations included the Legion of Merit, Bronze Star with cluster, Croix de Guerre from General Charles de Gaulle and the Divisional Lorraine Cross for service with General Leclerc's Second French Armored Division in 1944. He also had five battle stars, one invasion Arrowhead and seven theater ribbons. His civilian occupation was in selling and management at the West Bend Co., starting in 1919. He became export sales manager in 1948 and served in that capacity until 1958 when he retired. He had traveled to 25 foreign countries, including Russia and other Iron Curtain countries and later gave slide presentations on his experiences. Among his many affiliations were the following: West Bend Boy Scouts, 1911 to 1936; Post and County commander of the local Legion Post, with membership from 1920 through 1948; member VFW Fred A. Shaeffer Post 1393; West Bend Chamber of Commerce, president in 1933; acting county chairman of the National Recovery Administration 1933 through 1934 chairman of Holy Angels charity drive for four years in the 1930's; chairman Holy Angels School building campaign, 1949; member of St. Francis Cabrini parish auditing committee 1960's, organizer of county units of Wisconsin crippled Children's Association 1930's American Ordnance Association and Reserve officers Association of which he was state president from 1951 through 1952. Other memberships include West Bend Kiwanis Club, order of Lafayette New York City, the Retreads Inc., Wisconsin Alumni Association, Milwaukee World Trade Club, Raconteurs Inc., and a group of male writers, West Bend Knights of Columbus, Council for Wisconsin Writers Inc. past president. He later received an award for distinguished service as a founder and first chairman of the State Writers council. Survivors include his wife Ursula (nee Feller), three children, Donna Jean (Mrs. Harold Roll), of San Diego, Calif.; Jo Ann (Mrs. Clarence Loebel), Northbrook, Illinois, and Mary (Mrs. Milton Rusch), of West Bend, 10 grandchildren, three sons-in-law, four brothers, Alwin, of Jackson, Norman of West Bend, Clarence of Beloit, and Henry of West Bend. Services will be at 10:00 a.m. Monday at the Schmidt Funeral home and at 10:30 a.m. at St. Frances Cabrini Church. Monsignor Oscar Winninghoff will be a co-celebrant of the High Mass with Pastor Robert Rutzinske. Visitation will be after 2:00 p.m. Sunday, with the vigil at 8:00 p.m. Sunday. Burial will be in Washington County Memorial Park. Graveside rites will be under the direction of Lt. Ray Dickop American Legion Post 36.

1972 The West Bend News dated 11/?/1972; The Colonel's Farewell

(Editor's Note: The following short statement was written by Col. Herbert Schowalter before he died. The well known community leader and top staff officer under Gen. George Patton in World War II, passed away on Nov. 3.)

"Please do not grieve unduly over my death> As you know, death is inevitable for all of us. God has been good to me. He has spared me from many earlier deaths, both in times of peace and war. I saw enough of this earth, experienced enough of life with innumerable peoples of many nations, to enable me to know what makes man a purposeful being, that his most important duty is to save his soul, and the souls of as many as possible of others. Life was a grand experience, far beyond my hopes or expectations, especially in my later years. Please, thank God for me again and again. You may, also pray for me" Col. Herbert P. Schowalter.

Schowalter, Ursula Marie (Feller)

1982 West Bend newspaper dated ?< /br>Ursula M. Schowalter, nee Feller, of 224 Lincoln Drive South, West Bend, died Friday at Cedar Lake Home at the age of 84. She was born April 5, 1898, in Kaukauna, and then lived in Newburg until moving to Chicago, where she attended Mosher Business College, after which she was employed at the Continental Bank in Chicago, prior to coming to West Bend in 1917. She was employed by First National Bank for many years, and was also a volunteer nurse's aide at St. Joseph's Community Hospital during World War II, and was very active in the early days of the Girl scouts of West Bend. She married Col. Herbert P. Schowalter at Holy Angels Church on October 18, 1921. He died November 3, 1972. Survivors include three children, Donna Jean (Harold) Roll, of El Cajon, Calif., Jo Ann (Clarence) Loebel, of Northbrook, Ill., and Mary (Milton) Rusch of Racine; 10 grandchildren; other relatives and friends. One daughter died in infancy. She was a charter member of the West Bend Country Club, a charter member of the West Bend Women's Club, a member of the American Legion Auxiliary of the Lt. Ray Dickop Post 36, the VFW Auxiliary Fred A. Schaefer Post 1396, the Christian Women's Fraternity of St. Frances Cabrini Church and the Apostolate of Suffering. Funeral services will be held Monday at 6;30 pm. at Schmitt Funeral home. Burial is in Washington County Memorial Park.

Schroeder, Harold

1988 Appleton Post Crescent dated 10/4/1988; Harold E. Schroeder, age 70, passed away early Tuesday morning after a lengthy illness. He was born February 27th, 1918 in the town of Freedom and married Inez Dorsey on May 15th, 1941. He was a loving husband, father, a grandfather and a friend and will be missed by many. Harold was the son of the late Ella and William Schroeder. He was a founder and president of Schroeder Moving Systems Inc., until his retirement in 1982. He was a member of St. Thomas More Catholic church. He served in the Army during World War II, and was a member of the Knights of Columbus. Mr. Schroeder was an avid sports fan and enjoyed deer hunting for many years. Survivors include his wife, Inez; three sons: James W. and Peggy, Appleton; John H. and Meg, Appleton; William T., also of Appleton 5; five daughters: Joan M. and Fred Orland, San Diego California; Linda A. and Ray Vanden Bergh, Gainesville Fla.; Christine M. and Joe Hhaubenhofer, Minneapolis Minnesota; Mary L. and Jerry Johnson, Colorado Springs; Margaret R. Schroeder, Colorado Springs. He is further survived by a brother, Ervin and Leona, Appleton; four sisters: Edna and Ervin Schultz, Appleton; Elsie Pruno, Appleton; Erma Kressin, Appleton; and Arlene and Harold Wendt, Appleton; and 15 grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents; an infant son, Douglas; four brothers: Walter, Harvey, Herbert and that Norbert; two sisters: Mamie and Laura, Appleton. Mass of resurrection will be held Thursday at 11:00 a.m. at St. Thomas More Catholic Church, with Father Gerald R. Falk officiating. Entombment will be in Highland Memorial Park cemetery, Appleton.

Schroeder, Inez (Dorsey)

2005 Appleton Post Crescent dated 2/12/2005; Schroeder, Inez M. nee Dorsey< /br> Inez M. Schroeder, of Appleton, age 83, died peacefully in her home on Friday, February 11, following a lengthy illness. The daughter of the late Thomas & Coletta (Golden) Dorsey, Inez was born on March 2, 1921, in Mackville, WI. She attended Freedom High School, and graduated from Appleton High School.< /br> Inez was married to Harold E. Schroeder for 47 years, until his death in 1988. Together they raised 8 children: Jim (Peggy); Joan (Fred) Orland; Linda (Ray) Vanden Bergh; Chris (Joe Haubenhofer); John (Meg); Peggy (Carey) Wacker; Will. She was proud of her 19 grandchildren: Sarah, Huntz, Mary, Jenny, Ben, Stacy, Joey, Annie, Cassie, Mark, Katie, Mike, Betsy, Rob, Joe, Matt, Emily, Sam, Catie and 9 great-grandchildren. She is also survived by her brother, Bob Dorsey, Bossier City, Louisiana and sister, Irene A. Hopfensperger, Appleton and Whitehouse, Texas. Irene was a devoted and loving caregiver to Inez throughout her illness.< /br> Inez was preceded in death by an infant son, Dougie; 4 sisters and 3 brothers.< /br> She lived in Appleton all her life, except for a 6-year period in Colorado Springs. Inez was a member of St. Thomas More Parish since 1963. She was an exceptional cook and an avid reader. Inez volunteered at various organizations, including St. Elizabeth Hospital and CASI house. She enjoyed playing cards with her friends and traveling. Inez found great pleasure in a good meal, a good book and a good laugh with family and friends.< /br> The funeral mass will be held at 11 a.m., on Monday, February 14, 2005, at ST. THOMAS MORE CATHOLIC CHURCH, 1810 North McDonald Street, Appleton, with Rev. Gerald Falk officiating. Friends may call at the church on Monday, February 14 from 9 a.m. until the time of service. The entombment will be held at Highland Memorial Park, Appleton.< /br> The Schroeder family is grateful to Rose Vorpahl who lovingly cared for their mom in the past months.< /br> WICHMANN FUNERAL HOME< /br> 537 North Superior Street

Schuh, Catherine (Meulemans)

1986 Appleton Post Crescent dated 11/10/1986< /br> Mrs. Fred P. Schuh, Catherine Meulemans, 1517 N. Morrison St., Age 90, died 11:45 pm Sunday after a lengthy illness. She was born March 6, 1896 in Wrightstown. She was an Appleton resident for the past 35 years; prior to that time Mrs. Schuh resided on a farm in the Freedom area. Mr. and Mrs. Schuh celebrated their 64th wedding anniversary September 13, 1986. She was a member of St. therese Catholic Church, the Christian Mothers, and the Golden Agers. Survivors include her husband, Fred P.; four daughters and sons-in-law, Rita and Lee Tessen, Little Chute; Cecilia and Joseph Smet, Sherwood; Virginia and Joseph Martin, Morrison; Delores (Dee) and Gerald Smith, Schofield; three sons and daughters-in-law, James and Judy Schuh, Little Chute; Richard j. and Beth, Oshkosh; Theodore J. and Shirley, Appleton; Two brothers, Charles Meulemans, Little Chute; and Theodore (Ted) Meulemans, Freedom; a sister, Leone Hopfensperger, Appleton; 41 grandchildren; 53 great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a son, Harold, two grandsons, Dave Tessen and Terry Schuh, four brothers and a sister. The complete funeral will be Wednesday November 12 at St. therese Catholic Church with te Rev. Dan Gilsdorf officiating. Burial will be in St. Nicholas Cemetery in Freedom.

Schuh, Frederick P

1989 Appleton Post Crescent dated 9/5/1989< /br> Fred P. Schuh, 1517 N. Morrison St, Aged 91, passed away Monday, September 4, 1989 at 9:25 am. He was born October 24, 1897 in the Town of Freedom. Mr. Schuh farmed in the Freedom area until his retirement. He had been an Appleton resident for the past 38 years. He was a member of the St. Therese Catholic Church, a charter member of the Knights of Columbus, and a member of the Holy Names Society. Survivors include four daughters and sons-in-law, Rita and Lee Tessen, Little Chute; Cecilia and Joseph Smet, Sherwood; Virginia and Joseph Martin, Greenleaf; Dolores (Dee) and Gerald Smith, Schofield; three sons and two daughters-in-law, James and Judy Schuh, Little Chute; Richard J., Oshkosh; Theodore and Shirley, Appleton; a brother and sister-in-law, Norbert and Catherine Schuh, Zephyr Hills, Florida; a sister , Philomena Liesgang, Seymour; 41 grandchildren and over 60 great grandchildren; and two daughters-in-law, Pat Zornow and Betty Schuh. He was preceded in death by his wife Katherine, November 9, 1986, a son Harlod, two grandsons, Dave Tessen and Terry Schuh; a brother, Jake Schuh and a sister, Sr. Josepha (Theresa). Complete funeral services will be Thursday, Sept. 7 at 10:30 am at St. therese Catholic Church with Father Daniel Gilsdorf officiating. Burial will be in St, Nicholas Cemetery, Freedom.

Schuh, Genevieve (VanAsten)

1957 Appleton Post Crescent dated 3/29/1957< /br> Mrs. Jake Schuh, 61, 129 N. John St. Kimberly, died about 6:30 Thursday evening after a long illness. She was born Aug 21, 1895 in Little Chute. Funeral services will be at 9 o'clock Monday morning at the Holy Name Catholic Church in Kimberly, with burial in the parish cemetery. Survivors include the husband; two daughters, Mrs. Merlin Kelpinski, Appleton and Mrs. Harry Van Den Boogard, Little Chute; five sons, Robert and Donald, Kaukauna; Eugene, Madison; Vernon, Kimberly and Roger at home; five brothers, Henry, John, Arnold and Martin VanAsten in Little Chute; and Albert Van Asten, California.; three sisters, Mrs. Nellie Vosters and Mrs. George Friebel, Little Chute, and Mrs John Schmidt, Kaukauna; and 10 grandchildren.

Schuh, Ignatius

1982 Appleton Post Crescent dated 10/13/1982; Ignatius Schuh; age 76, died Tuesday, after a lingering illness. He was born July 18th, 1906, in Freedom, and was a lifelong resident. He had farmed and worked with Schuh Construction Company until his retirement. He was a member of the Knights of Columbus, Council no. 8061, Freedom. Survivors include his wife, Martha Verhagen Schuh; five daughters: Mrs. Robert (Arlene) Vandyn Hoven, and Miss Pat Schuh, both of Appleton; Mrs. Ray (Margaret) Vandyn Hoven, and Mrs. Vernon (Carol) Frederickson, both of Kaukauna; Mrs. James (Dorothy) Appleton, Green Bay; seven sons: Donald, and Paul, both of Kimberly; Daniel, Darboy; Jerry, Pickerel; Robert, Freedom; Mike, Kaukauna; and Tom, DePere; seven brothers: Clem, Kunish; Raymond, and Arthur, both of Appleton; Servanius, Hilbert; Gustave, Kaukauna; Rev. Earl Schuh, Green Bay; and Pete, Freedom; two sisters: Mrs. Anna Voster's, and Mrs. Andrew (Calixta) Voster's, both of rural Appleton; 46 grandchildren; and 14 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents and a sister, Clara. The funeral will be at 12 noon Friday at St. Nicholas Catholic Church, Freedom, with a concelebrated Mass. Internment will be in the parish cemetery.

Schuh, Jacob

1962 Appleton Post Crescent dated 8/25/1962< /br> Jake Schuh, 129 N. John St, Kimberly, Age 67, passed away about 2:40 Friday after a long illness. Mr. Schuh was born September 10, 1894 in Freedom, WI. He was a World War I veteran, a member of the Holy Name Society, the Catholic War Vets, The American Legion and also the Third Order of St. Francis, Appleton. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Merlin (Mary) Kelpinski, Appleton and Mrs. Harry (Gladys) Vanden Boogard, Kimberly; five sons, Robert, Fond du Lac; Eugene, Combined Locks; Vernon and Donald, Appleton; Roger, Madison; 23 grandchildren. Two brothers, Fred Appleton and Norbert, Milwaukee; two sisters, Mrs. Theodore Liesgang, Seymour and Sister M. Josepha, St. Joseph's Home For Children, Green Bay. Funeral service is Monday morning at 9 am at Holy Name Catholic Church, Kimberly, with burial in the parish cemetery.

Schuh, Martha (Verhagen)

1992 Appleton Post Crescent dated June 8th, 1992; Mrs. Ignatius Schuh, Martha Verhagen, formerly of Freedom, age 84, died Saturday, June 6th, 1992 at St. Paul Home. She was born March 5th, 1908 in Wrightstown, the daughter of the late William and Wilhelmina (Weyers) Verhagen. She married Ignatius Schuh, August 21st, 1929 and lived in Wrightstown for a time, and then formed in the town of Freedom until their retirement. She was a member of the St. Nicholas Catholic Church in Freedom and the Christian Mother's of the Church. Survivors include five daughters and sons in law, Arlene and Richard Rataczak, of Manitowoc, Margaret Ann and Raymond Vandenhoven, Carol and Vernon Frederickson, all of Kaukauna, Dottie and Jim Appleton of Green Bay, Pat and Bob Rohm, of Appleton, seven sons and daughters in law, Donald and Mary Schuh, Paul and Mary, all of Kimberly, Daniel and Mary Therese, of Darboy, Jerry and Carol, of Pickerel, Robert and Sherry, of Freedom, Mike and Patty, of Kaukauna, Tom and Mary Ellen, of Denmark, three sisters and brothers in law, Agatha Nussbaum, of Kaukauna, Ceil and Norb Meulemans of Wrightstown; Millie and Erv DeBruin, of Appleton, eight brothers and sisters in law, Ben and Marge Verhagen, Larry and Gladys, Rich and Monnie, Sylvester and Minerva, all of Kaukauna, Ed and Rose, of Little Chute, Rev. Nobert, of Cuernavaca, Mexico, Rev. Donald of Vail Arizona, Raymond of Appleton, 47 grandchildren, 43 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Ignatius, and two brothers, Francis and Lloyd. Funeral services will be at 11:00 a.m. Wednesday, June 10th, 1992 at St. Nicholas Catholic Church in Freedom with Rev's Norbert's and Donald Verhagen and Rev. Dennis Ryan officiating. Internment will be in the parish cemetery< /br>  

Schuh, Mary Magdlena (Romenesko)

1943 Appleton Post Crescent dated 11/19/1943; Mrs. John Schuh, 77, died at her home in Freedom of this morning after a brief illness. Survivors are the husband; three sons, Jacob, Kimberly; Fred, Freedom; Norbert, Milwaukee; two daughters, Sister M. Josepha, Gary Indiana; Mrs. Ted Leisgang, Seymour; 23 grandchildren; two brothers, Fred and Walter Romenesko, Eatonville Washington; two sisters, Mrs. Dora McGraw, Sister Calasanz, Green Bay. Mrs. Schuh was president of the Alter Society and a member of St. Theresa's society of St. Nicholas Church at Freedom. Funeral services will be held at 9:30 Monday morning at St. Nicholas Church, Freedom, with burial in the parish cemetery.

Schultz, Christine (Pennings)

1981 Appleton Post Crescent dated 5/29/81 Christine Pennings Schultz, Milwaukee Wisconsin, formerly of Appleton, age 30, was killed by an intruder in her home in Milwaukee at 2:30 a.m. Thursday. She was born November 15th, 1950 in Menominee Mich., and moved to Appleton at the age of 3. She graduated from the Xavier High School and attended the University of Wisconsin La Crosse. Survivors include two sons; Sean and Shannon, both at home, her parents; Earl and Alice Pennings, Appleton; a sister, Mrs. Barbara (Bruce) Christ, of Gresham; two brothers and a sister in law, Peter and his wife Becky, of Denver Colorado; and Michael, of Appleton; and a step grandmother, Mrs. Emil (Veronica) Hoffman, of Appleton. The funeral will be at 10:30 a.m. Monday at St. Mary Catholic Church, with Father James Putnam officiating. Internment will follow in the St. Joseph cemetery.

Schwerbel, Louis

Louis Schwerbel, Appleton Post Crescent  April 11th 1919.

Louis Schwerbel, aged 82 years, died yesterday at his home, 1087 Lawrence Street, death was due to old age.  Mr. short bell was born April 6th, 1837, in Germany, coming to this country at the age of nine years and settling in Wisconsin.  For many years he was a member of the county board.  Deceased is survived by five daughters and two sons, Mrs. McGuire and Mrs. Kimball, Neenah; Mrs. M.J. Lorge of Cleveland, Mrs. Ralph Pomeroy, of Philadelphia; Mrs. C. Scholvin of Gardenville, N.Y.; Ambrose Schwerbel of New York and James L. Schwerbel, of the city.  His wife died 10 years ago.  Funeral services will be held Monday morning at 8:30 at St. Mary's Church with burial in St. Joseph's cemetery.

 

 

Seaver, Jerome

 

2004 Appleton Post Crescent dated 2/14/2004; Seaver, Jerome J. Kimberly< /br> Age 88, passed away Thursday, February 12, 2004 at his home. Jerome was born in Appleton on August 5, 1915; son of the late George and Elizabeth (Kampo) Seaver. He lived in Appleton until the age of nine, at which time the family relocated to Kimberly. Jerome had been a Kimberly resident and a member of Holy Name of Jesus Catholic Church since that time. He married Margaret VanDehy who preceded him in death in 1973, and in 1975 married Mary Kempen; she survives. As a young man, Jerome worked one year for the Conservation Corps, and for the next forty years was employed by Kimberly Clark. During his employment there, duty called, and he faithfully responded and served his country as a member of the United States Army, 101st Airborne Division, 327th Medical Attachment. He saw action in England, Germany, France, and Holland. Jerome was awarded the Bronze Star and the Purple Heart, and was present at the invasion of Normandy, the Battle of the Bulge, and D-Day. He enjoyed playing cards with his family and camping in Door County. His favorite times were spent with his wife Mary and the rest of the family. Jerome also looked forward to the frequent visits of his dear friends, Harold and Izzie Winius.< /br> Jerome is survived by his wife, Mary Seaver of Kimberly; five daughters: Janice (Clark) Kromenaker of Menasha, Joanne (George) Schumann of Appleton, Mary (Leonard) Retlick of Appleton, Dorothy (Patrick) Heindl of Little Chute, and Sally Ann Shipstad of Oregon; nine grandchildren: Gail Winkler, Amy (Lawrence) Bortey, Terri (Chi) Chiang, Cathy (Brad) Collyard, Stacey Heindl, Stephanie (Chad) Zinkel, Dan (Tamra) Retlick, Dave Retlick, and Mike Retlick; seven great-grandchildren; a brother, Gordon (Esther) Seaver of Menasha.< /br> Other survivors include Mary’s children: Germaine Hermans of Kimberly, Vernon (Joan) Kempen of Appleton, Leo (Vonnie) Kempen of Little Chute, Bill Kempen of Appleton, Floyd (Diane) Kempen of Hollandtown, John (Angie) Kempen of Combined Locks, Ray (Carla) Kempen of Seymour, Pat (Dan) Buchinger of Kaukauna, David (Debbie) Kempen of Appleton, Rick (Pam) Kempen of Kaukauna; twenty-eight grandchildren, sixty-four great grandchildren, and a great-great-grandchild. Jerome was preceded in death by his parents, his step-father Anton DeWildt, two sons-in-law John Shipstad and John Hermans, and a sister Violet (John) DeLeeuw.< /br> Funeral services will be held on Monday, February 16, 2004 at 12:00 NOON at HOLY NAME CATHOLIC CHURCH, 600 E. Kimberly Avenue in Kimberly with Fr. Dennis Bergsbaken officiating. Interment will be in the parish cemetery where members of the American Legion William Verhagen Post #60 will honor Jerome with military memorial rites. Friends may call at the funeral home on Sunday from 2 - 4 p.m. and again on Monday at the church after 11 a.m. Visitation hours on Sunday will conclude with a parish prayer and scripture service at 4 p.m. at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, the family has established a memorial fund to assist the children at Covenant House.< /br> AFTERGLOW I’d like the memory of me to be a happy one; I’d like to leave an afterglow of smiles when day is gone. I’d like to leave an echo whispering softly down the ways, of happy times, and laughing times, and bright and sunny days. I’d like the tears of those who grieve to dry before the sun of happy memories that I leave when life is done.< /br> Jansen Fargo Funeral Home 204 E. Kimberly Avenue Kimberly 788-6202< /br>  

 

 

Seidl, James

Obit Missing - died 7/9/1999 Bayfield, WI.

Shultz,  Jesse A

2004 Appleton Post Crescent dated 3/5/2004; Schultz, Jesse A.< /br> Jesse A. Schultz, age 16, of Little Chute, passed away unexpectedly Tuesday, March 2, 2004. He was born December 28, 1987 in Appleton, son of Timothy and Mary (Van Asten) Schultz. Jesse was a sophomore at Little Chute High School and was a recent part-time employee of Hardware Hank in Little Chute, a job he very much enjoyed. He was a member of St. John Nepomucene Catholic Church, Little Chute.< /br> Jesse was a one-of-a-kind young man who, just by his presence, made everyone around him a better person. His smile and laugh were ever present, particularly when he was engaged in some of his favorite past times. Jesse loved to go fishing and hunting with his father Tim and they enjoyed many happy hours in the woods and hunting cabin. Spending time on the boat fishing or water skiing with his family, including the family dog Molly, was another of his favorite activities. An occasional round of golf with his father Tim and brother Ryan was something Jesse always looked forward to. With his mother Mary’s help, he was also becoming an accomplished guitar player and formed a band with friends called A New Hope.< /br> Jesse is survived by his parents, Timothy and Mary Schultz, Little Chute; his brother, Ryan Schultz, Little Chute; his paternal grandmother, Alice Schultz, Waupaca; his maternal grandparents, Art and Bonnie Van Asten, Little Chute; his aunts and uncles: Connie Van Asten, Waupaca; Steve and Cathy (Schultz) Verhagen, Appleton; Dean and Julie (Schultz) Zuleger, Appleton; Jeff and Maria Van Asten, Shiocton; Mike and Lynn Van Asten, Kaukauna; his cousins: Zachary Van Asten, Brandon and Brady Zuleger, Nicole and Dan Verhagen, Curtis, Erin and Riley Van Asten, Chris and Jennifer Van Asten and Sarah Van Asten; many dear friends and classmates.< /br> He was preceded in death by his paternal grandfather, Herman Schultz; and his uncle, Rick Van Asten.< /br> Funeral services will be held at 6 p.m. Friday, March 5, 2004, at St. Paul Catholic Church, 410 Wallace Street, Combined Locks with Rev. Msgr. James Vanden Hogen officiating. Interment will be in St. John Cemetery, Little Chute. Friends may call at the church from 1 to 5:30 p.m. In lieu of flowers, a memorial has been established.< /br> The family wishes to express a special thank you to Little Chute High School and Appleton Medical Center for their efforts.< /br> Jesse, you will be truly missed. You were the love of our lives. Say hello to grandpa and uncle Rick. We love you, Mom, Dad and Ryan.< /br> VERKUILEN FUNERAL HOME101 Canal Street< /br>  

Siebers, Johanna (Verhagen)

1961 Appleton Post Crescent dated 11/14/1961; Anna Verhagen, Mrs. Nicholas Siebers, age 69, passed away at 7:00 a.m. Tuesday after a long illness. She was born December 30th, 1891 in the town of Freedom, and has been a resident of Kaukauna for the past 50 years. Mrs. Siebers is survived by her husband; one daughter, Mrs. Joyce Rademacher, of Milwaukee; two brothers, Henry Verhagen, of Kaukauna; John Verhagen, of Little Chute; three sisters, Mrs. William Pennings and Mrs. Mary Osburn, both of Kaukauna; Mrs. Henry VanAsten, Little Chute; five grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday at Holy Cross Catholic Church, Kaukauna. Burial in the parish cemetery. Friends May call at the Fargo funeral home, Kaukauna after 2:00 p.m. Wednesday. Rosary will be prayed at 8:00 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home.

Siebers, Nicholas

1977 Appleton Post Crescent dated 9/29/1977; Nicholas Siebers, formerly of Kaukauna, age 85, died Monday in Colorado. He was born November 2nd, 1891 in Freedom. He lived in the Fox Valley area until 1967, then moved to Colorado Springs, Colorado. He is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Gene (Joyce) Miller, Casper, Wyoming; four brothers: Frank Siebers, of Little Chute; Ben, of Joliet, Illinois, Steve, of Kelso, Washington, and Joe, of Kaukauna; a sister, Mrs. Wenzel (Marie) Conrad, of Kaukauna; six grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. The funeral will be at 10:00 a.m. Saturday at Holy Cross Catholic Church, with Father Mike Hoffman officiating. Burial will be in the parish cemetery.

Siebers, Richard F

2002 Appleton Post Crescent dated 11/27/2002; Siebers, Richard F. “Dick” 821 Blackwell St., Kaukauna< /br> Age 71, died November 26, 2002 at his home, following a courageous battle with cancer. He was born January 10, 1931, in Kaukauna; son of the late Albert and Mary (Verhagen) Siebers. He was a graduate of the Kaukauna High School. On October 29, 1949, he was united in marriage to Patricia Martzahl at Holy Cross Catholic Church by Rev. Andrew Quella. Dick was employed by Thilmany Pulp and Paper Company for some forty-two years, working in many different departments. He knew everyone in the mill! He also tended bar part-time for seventeen years. Dick was a member of Holy Cross Church, where he sang in the Queen of Peace Choir. Dick was also a fifty-year member of the Catholic Order of Foresters. He loved playing center and watching football, reading, hunting, card playing, gardening, wine-making, music, dancing, re-finishing woodwork, and upholstering. Dick’s favorite pastime was fishing, especially at his cottage on Range Line Lake.< /br> He is survived by his wife: Pat Siebers of Kaukauna; eight children: Dr. Daniel (Julieen) Siebers of Gilroy, California; Dawn (Bill) Ferg of Lake Nebagamon, Wisconsin; Pamela (Duane) Brockman of Kaukauna; Perry (Amy) Siebers of Waukesha; Timothy (Barb) Siebers of Kaukauna; Toni (John) Hungerford of Kaukauna; Jack Siebers of Kaukauna; and Jeff Siebers of Kaukauna. Dick is also survived by his loving grandchildren: Isabel Siebers, Melanie (David) Winter, Adam Ferg, Kate Brockman, Emily Brockman and her fiance James Vercauteren, Jacqueline, Nicole, Taylor, and Madelyn Siebers, Wesley Siebers, Hollie (John) Hammen, Heather Nabbefeld, Tyler, Tara, Cody, and Jacob Hungerford, Alex and Rachael Siebers; four great-grandchildren: Hunter and Bianca Hammen and Olivia and Sophia Winter; a sister: Gloria DeBruin of Kaukauna; two sisters-in-law: Zada Siebers of Kimberly and Mary Lappen of Kaukauna; two brothers-in-law: Bob Martzahl of Kaukauna and Bill Martzahl of Appleton. Dick is further survived by numerous nieces, nephews, other relatives, and many friends. He was preceded in death by his parents, a brother Jim Siebers, a sister Evelyn Siebers, his father and mother-in-law Walter (Kate Dolan) Martzahl; two brothers-in-law: Fritz DeBruin, Don Lappen; three sisters-in-law: Lillian (Don) Hopfensperger, Dorothy Martzahl, and Ceil Martzahl; a niece Kathy Lappen, and a nephew Jim Martzahl.< /br> The funeral liturgy will be held at 10:00 AM on Saturday, November 30, 2002 at HOLY CROSS CATHOLIC CHURCH, 309 Desnoyer Street in Kaukauna with Fr. Jim Lucas officiating. Interment will be in the parish cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home on Friday from 4-7 PM and again Saturday at the funeral home from 9 AM until the procession leaves for the church. Visiting hours on Friday will conclude with a parish prayer and scripture service at 7 PM at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be donated to the Richard Siebers Endowment Fund for Holy Cross School.< /br> The family would like to extend their gratitude to Gloria DeBruin and Bruce Siebers for their weekly visits, as well as to Kathy from ThedaCare at Home.< /br> We are all God’s children from the morning of our birth. He lets us live, and laugh and love, and have our day on earth. He guards us through the afternoon, ‘til sunset rays are cast. Then one by one, with gentle words, He calls us home at last.< /br> FARGO FUNERAL HOME 400 W. Wisconsin Avenue Kaukauna 766-6200

Siebers, Zada Mae (Zwiers)

2004 APC dated 12/27/2004; Siebers, Zada Mae (nee Zwiers)< /br> Zada Mae Siebers (nee Zwiers) 847 Highview Lane, Kimberly, age 75, (“39”) died Saturday, Dec. 25, 2004, at her home with her family by her side. She was born December 13, 1929, in Kimberly daughter of the late Arnold and Marie Zwiers. Zada gave of her time, talents and treasures to many organizations and the community that she lived in and loved so much. She retired as Vice-President of Patient Services at St. Elizabeth Hospital. Zada was a member of St. Paul Catholic Church, Combined Locks.< /br> Survivors include 3 sons and 2 daughters-in-law, Bruce M. and Sue Siebers, Kimberly; Bradley M. and Deborah Siebers, Kimberly; and Brian M. Siebers, Appleton; 2 daughters and sons-in-law, Barbara M. and James Van Lieshout, Jefferson, Wis.; Beth M. and Robert Sewall, Combined Locks; grandchildren, Krista (William) Bauman, Emily Siebers, Alicia and Martha Siebers, James and Ava Siebers and their mother Ann Siebers, Elizabeth, James and Marie Van Lieshout, Laura and Michael Sewall; one brother and a sister-in-law, Robert F. Zwiers, Kimberly; Linda Zwiers, Combined Locks; 3 sisters and 2 brothers-in-law, Linda and Donald Opsteen, Kaukauna; Nadine Verhagen, Pamela and Donald Romenesko all of Kimberly; numerous nieces and nephews.< /br> Zada was preceded in death by her loving husband, James J. Siebers; a brother, Vance Zwiers; sisters-in-law, Corrine Zwiers and Evelyn Siebers; brothers-in-law, Richard Siebers, Frederick (Fritz) DeBruin and Gerald Verhagen. Zada will also be sadly missed by her dearest friends, Arlene Bobber, Ann McKitrick and Rose Reetz.< /br> Funeral services will be held 5 p.m. Tuesday at St. Paul Catholic Church, Combined Locks with Fr. Bob Lexa presiding and Fr. Jim Lucas, Fr. Robert Vandenberg, Fr. Charles Brooks and Fr. Mike Kock concelebrating. Burial will be in Holy Name Cemetery, Kimberly. Friends may call directly at the church from 2 p.m. Tuesday until the time of services.< /br> In lieu of flowers, a memorial fund has been established for LEAVEN and Affinity Hospice.< /br> There is joy in her smile,< /br> Gentle strength in her touch,< /br> Devotion unlike any other...< /br> There is wisdom for living,< /br> And no end to giving-< /br> God’s love in the love< /br> Of a mother.< /br> Sleep in heavenly peace, Mom.< /br> Love,  Your Children< /br>  

Sloan, Helen (Ryan)

Obit Missing - died 6/13/1989 Los Angeles, CA.

Sloan, Keith

Obit Missing - died 2/24/1984 Los Angeles, CA.

Smith, Anna (DuChateau) (also Wilpolt)

Obit missing - died 8/14/1989 Green Bay, WI.

Smith, Anna (Huss) (also Romenesko)

1948 Appleton Post Crescent dated 1/13/1948; Mrs. Anna Smith, 73, or resident of Freedom all her life, died at this morning at a hospital in Green Bay after a short illness. She was a member of the Alter Society and St. Theresa's society of St. Nicholas Catholic Church at Freedom. Survivors are four daughters, Mrs. Edward Brittnacher, of DePere; Mrs. Frank Brittnacher, Appleton; Mrs. Joseph, Konkle, Freedom; and Mrs. Herman Schwartz, Appleton; six sons, Nicholas Romenesko, St. Cloud; Raymond Smith, Seymour; Earl Smith, West DePere; Elmer and Florian Smith, of Freedom, and Rubin Smith, Seymour; one brother, Nicholas Huss, Freedom; one sister, Mrs. Nicholas Fox, Appleton; 36 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. The rosary will be said at the Greenwood Funeral home, Kaukauna at 8:00 Wednesday and Thursday evenings. Friends May call at the funeral home after Wednesday noon.

Smith, Darwin Prescott Charles

1975 The Register-Guard, Eugene, Oregon, Thursday, July 10, 1975< /br> SMITH -- Darwin Charles (Doc) Smith of 1707 River Road passed away July 9, 1975 at the age of 75. He was born March 25, 1900 in South Dakota, and had been a resident of Eugene since 1945. His wife, Eskaline M. Smith, preceded him in death in 1971. He is survived by one sister, Leona M. Davies of North Hollywood, California; two sons: Wesley of Eugene and Robert D. of Portland, Oregon; six daughters: Mrs. David (Betty) Sands, Mrs. Wayne (Darline) Hoffman, Mrs. Dennis (Pat) Horejs, Janet Smith, Lois Smith, Mrs. Larry (Kay) Breaux, all of Eugene; three granddaughters; four grandsons. One son, Don, preceded him in death in 1951. Funeral services will be held Saturday, July 12, 1975 at 10 a.m. at Central Presbyterian Church, Reverend Walter Gray officiating. Interment at Rest Haven Memorial Park. Contributions in Mr. Smith's memory may be made to National Foundation for Parkinson's Disease. McGaffey-Andreason Eugene Memorial Chapel in charge of arrangements.

Smith, Eskaline (Jaynes)

1971 The Register-Guard, Eugene, Oregon, 23 Feb. 1971< /br> SMITH -- Eskaline M. Smith of 1707 River Road passed away February 22, 1971. She was born Oct. 4, 1903 at Center Square, Indiana, and was united in marriage to Darwin C. Smith, October 27, 1927, in Portland, Oregon. She had lived in Rapid City, South Dakota before coming to Eugene, where she had resided for the past 26 years. She is survived by her husband, Darwin (Doc), eight children: Mrs. David (Betty) Sands, Mrs. Wayne (Darline) Hoffman, son Wesley E. Smith, Mrs. Dennis (Pat) Horejs, Janet Smith, Mrs. Fred (Lois) Pauley of Kent, Washington, Mrs. Larry (Kay) Breaux, son, Robert Smit, Portland, Oregon. Another son Don, preceded her in death in 1951. Other survivors include sic grandchildren; four sisters, Mrs. H. H. Durham of Eugene, Mrs. W. L. Drake of Oakland, California, Mrs. Robin Mitchell of Corvallis, Oregon, Mrs. Ray P. Cobb of Grass Valley, California; eight nieces and nephews. She was a member of the Central Presbyterian Church of Eugene. Funeral services will be held Thursday February 25 at 2 p.m. at the Central Presbyterian Church in Eugene with Reverend Norman Pott officiating. McGaffey-Andreason Eugene Memorial Chapel is in charge of arrangements. Visitation will be held at the chapel 6 to 9 p.m. Wednesday evening.

Smith, Henrietta (Verhagen)

1924  Appleton Post Crescent dated 4/29/24; funeral of Mrs. Smith is held Monday morning, Kaukauna, the funeral of Mrs. Henry J. Smith, 28, who died in Appleton Friday morning, were held at 9:00 Monday morning from Holy Cross church. Burial was in the parish cemetery. Bearers were Edward and Louis Weber, Walter and Oliver Pennings, Walter and Louis Verhagen,. Mrs. Smith is survived by her widow, four children, Annaceal, Wilfred, Clyde and Marvin, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Garrett Verhagen, four brothers, Henry G. Verhagen, Freedom; Mike Verhagen, Louis and John Verhagen, of Kaukauna; four sisters, Mrs. William Hietpas, Mrs. Henry VanAystyne, of Little Chute; Mrs. Nick Siebers and Mrs. Albert Siebers, of Kaukauna. Relatives from out of town who attended the services included Mrs. Olive Wallace, of Green Bay, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick McNeurney, of DePere, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Verhagen, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Verhagen, of Little Chute, Theodore Pennings and family, Mr. and Mrs. Henry G. Verhagen and family, Nick Liesch, of Freedom.

Smith, Henry J

1958 Appleton Post Crescent dated 7/2/1958; Henry J. Smith, 65, 116 Garfield Street, Kaukauna, died at 430 this morning at his home after a 6-week illness. He was born December 15th, 1892, in Chicago. Funeral services will be at 10:00 Saturday morning at Holy Cross Church, Kaukauna, with burial in the parish cemetery, Friends may call at the Fargo funeral home after 730 Thursday night. The rosary will be recited at 8:00 Thursday and Friday nights. Survivors include the widow; one daughter, Mrs. Leslie Kernen, Sheboygan; five sons, Joseph, at home, Clyde, Marvin and Jerome, Appleton, and Wilfred, Bay settlement; one sister, Mrs. Olive Wallace, Green Bay, and 23 grandchildren.

Smith, Louis Erwin

1955 Sioux Falls Argus Leader dated 8/15/1955; Louis E. Smith< /br> Last rites for Louis E. Smith, 84, ?? S. Main Ave. were held today at the Banton, Sorenson and Boom funeral home. Mr. Smith who had been a realtor here since 1911, died at a local hospital Friday. The Rev. Frank Fagerberg officiated. Mrs. Belmont Larson was organist. Orville Otten was vocalist. Pallbearers were Byron Cook, Clarence, Jack and Velmer Reichelt, Emery Schuknect and Johnny Clark. Internment was in Mt. Pleasant cemetery.

Smith, Merle Joseph

1966 Sioux Falls Argus Leader dated? Merle Smith -Tea< /br> Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday at the Boom Funeral home for Merle J. Smith, 64. He died at a Sioux Falls hospital Sunday. Mr. Smith was born Sept 29, 1901 at Tea. Except for a few years during his youth when he lived in Rapid City and Sturgis, he has spent his entire life in Tea and Sioux Falls communities. He farmed in Lincoln county prior to 1958, when he moved to Tea where he operated a service station. He retired in 1965. His marriage to Inez Reichelt took place in Luverne, Minn. Aug 27, 1940. He is survived by his widow; a sister, Mrs. Merlin Davies, North Hollywood, Ca., and a brother Darwin, Eugene, Or.

Smith, Orlow Louis

1959 Sioux Falls Argus Leader 4/25/1959; Orlow H. Smith is Heart Victim at Track Event< /br> Orlow H. Smith, former Sioux Falls resident and divisional chief of the Internal Revenue Bureau at Aberdeen, died after suffering a heart attack while watching the Aberdeen Relays Friday afternoon. He was born Dec 27, 1907, in Sioux Falls. Later, Mr. Smith was graduated from Rapid City High school and received a bachelor of arts degree from Yankton College. After he married Willie Lee Rogers in Virginia on Jan 1, 1935, he moved to Pierre and was employed in the state treasurer's office. In 1940 Mr. Smith became deputy collector of Internal Revenue, moving to Aberdeen in 1942. He was a member of the Congregational Church at Aberdeen, the Aberdeen Masonic Blue Lodge, United Commercial Travelers, National Assoc. of Internal Revenue Men, National Foundation and was active in Boy Scout work.< /br> Survivors include Mrs. Smith, two daughters, Maureen, Ortonville, Minn., and Sheila, Aberdeen; two brothers, Merle, Tea, and Darwin, Eugene, Or., and a sister, Mrs. Merlyn Davies, North Hollywood, CA. Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Monday at Aberdeen and at 4 p.m. at the Banton Chapel with the Rev. Richard Kline officiating.

Smith, Wesley

The Register-Guard, Eugene, Oregon, August 2, 1987; SMITH -- Wesley Eugene Smith of Eugene died July 30, 1987, at the age of 42. He was born December 24, 1934 in Rapid City, South Dakota. He was the owner of Central Blueprint. He was past president of Northwest Repographics. He was a member of the Elks Lodge No. 357, Emerald Empire Printing Craftsman, and he was sponsor of 2 Central Blueprint softball teams. He is survived by his wife, Margaret; a daughter, Sheryl McCoy; 2 sons: Ronald C. and Donald L. Smith, all of Eugene; 6 sisters: Betty Sands, Darlene Hoffman, Pat Horejs, Janet Smith, Lois Smith, and Kay Breaux, all of Eugene; 1 brother, Robert D. Smith of Reston, Virginia; 3 grandchildren; numerous nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be Tuesday, August 4 at 2 P.M. at Central Presbyterian Church, Reverend Beau Harris officiating. Concluding services Rest Haven Memorial Park. Lounsbury Musgrove Funeral Chapel in charge of arrangements.

Solie, Riley

1993 - Appleton Post Crescent ; Riley F. Solie, 914 E. Hancock St. Appleton< /br>Age 71 passed away unexpectedly at Reid Municipal Golf Course, Thursday June 24, 1993. He was born January 11, 1922 in Cornell, WI the son of the late Gustav A. and Kathryn (Stein) Solie. On August 21, 1948 Riley married the former Carole A. Wilpolt in Kaukauna, she survives. A 1949 graduate of Lawrence College, Riley was employed for many years by Fore Way Express as a truck driver. He currently was working part time as a courier for Bay Title and Abstract. Riley served his country as a pilot during World War II in the United States Marine Corps and was a faithful member of St. Thomas Moore Catholic Church. Survivors include his wife, Carole, Appleton; four daughters: Sara (Richard) Baer, Eau Claire; Nancy ( Robert Vilker) Solie-Vilker, Bayside; Amy (Daniel) Stegeman, Minneapolis and Angela, Madison; eight grandchildren: Gustav, Karl and Simon Baer; Riley, Vincent and Lucy Solie-Vilker; Tony and Solie Ann Stegeman; a sister Roma (Willard) Storch, Appleton; a brother Allen (Mary) Solie, Palo Alto, CA. The mass of the Resurrection will be held Sat June 26, 1993 at 11 am at St. Thomas Moore Catholic Church.< /br>"Riley was a good man who loved his family and friends. He enjoyed puttering around the house, playing with his grandchildren, golf, and being a pal. He was there for all of us whenever he was needed"

Sonnleitner, Alois M

2001 Longview News Journal Wednesday August 8th, 2001, Alois Michael Sonnleitner, died Monday, August 6th, 2001, in Longview. He was 81. Mr. Sonnleitner was born September 29th, 1919, in Oshkosh Wisconsin, to John N. and Mary (Maier) Sonnleitner. Alois, his six brothers and two sisters were first-generation Americans. Alois' father was a cabinetmaker who immigrated from Linz Austria. His mother's family was from Cologne, Germany. Mr. Sonnleitner married Mildred Romenesko June 8th, 1940 in Freedom Wisconsin. Mr. Sonnleitner was preceded in death by his wife on April 28th, 1987; his parents; three brothers, John A. Sonnleitner, Carl Sonnleitner, and Otto Sonnleitner; and two sisters Elizabeth Sonnleitner and Mary "Sister Theorita." Mr. Sonnleitner is survived by a son, Gary M. Sonnleitner of Longview; a daughter, Deborah Ann and her husband Robert Hawk of Paragould Ark.; five of grandchildren, Megan, April, Jessica, and Jacquelyn, and Jimmy; his brothers and sisters in law, Harold and Mary Sonnleitner, Gene and Patricia Sonnleitner, of Oshkosh Wisconsin, Theresa Sonnleitner of Albuquerque New Mexico; his close friends and their children John and Avon Rock of McMinnville Oregon: John, Michael, Jeffrey, Timothy and Jeanne; and his beloved dog, Sparky. Alois was a man of many parts. He was musically gifted. He played the saxophone, trombone and accordion. Mr. Sonnleitner love to tell about how as a teenager he played the saxophone to packed stadium at Chicago's Soldiers Field. Mr. Sonnleitner enlisted in the Air Force, where he worked in intelligence. Following his military service, he and his wife Mildred settled in McMinnville Oregon where he developed the Archway cookie franchise in the Pacific Northwest. In the mid-1950s, Mr. Sonnleitner received the honor of outstanding businessman in McMinnville. In 1969 he and Mildred moved to Longview, where he pursued many successful business interests. He believed in hard work and never retired. Mr. Sonnleitner continued to work up until the day of his death. Mr. Sonnleitner was a devout in his faith and would often mentioned to his friends that he remembered them in his prayers at night. He also wrote poetry to celebrate his wife, grandchildren, and the goodness of the Almighty. Services will be held at 11:00 a.m. Friday in St. Raphael Catholic Church in Oshkosh Wisconsin, with Reverend Dan Felton officiating. Burial will be in Sacred Heart Cemetery.

Sonnleitner, Mildred (Romenesko)

1987 Appleton Post Crescent dated 4/30/1987; Mildred Romenesko Sonnleitner, formerly of Oshkosh, age 68, died suddenly while visiting in McMinnville, Ore. She was born March 22nd, 1919, in Freedom, Wisconsin, the daughter of William and Mary Romenesko. She married Alois Sonnleitner, June 8th, 1940, at St. Nicholas Church, Freedom Wisconsin. Survivors include her husband; a daughter, Debra Nelns, of Nagadoches, Texas; two sons: Gary Sonnleitner, Longview, Texas; John Rock, McMinnville Oregon; two brothers: Joseph Romenesko, Freedom; Walter Romenesko, Little Chute; two sisters: Verona Peeters, Little Chute; Mary Severs, Kimberly; six grandchildren. The service will be at 11:00 a.m. Saturday at Sacred Heart Church, Oshkosh, with the Rev. Gary Dilley officiating. Internment will be in Sacred Heart cemetery Oshkosh.< /br> < /br> Longview News Journal dated 5/1/1987; Mildred A. Sonnleitner, Oshkosh Wisconsin, rosary for Mildred A. Sonnleitner, 67, of Longview will be 7:00 p.m. Friday at Poklasng Funeral home. Services will be at 11:00 a.m. Saturday at Sacred Heart Catholic church. Burial will be in Sacred Heart cemetery. Mrs. Sonnleitner died Tuesday evening in Salem Oregon hospital. Born March 22nd, 1920, in Freedom, Wisconsin, Mrs. Sonnleitner was the owner and operator of the Archway Cookie Company in McMinnville, Ore, from 1954 to 1969. She then moved to Longview where she owned and operated the Archway Cookie Company until 1974. She was a member of the St. Anthony's Catholic church. Survivors include her husband, Alois; sons; Gary of Longview and John Rock and Larry Rock, both of Oregon; daughter, Debra Ann Nelms of Nacogdoches; two brothers; two sisters; six grandchildren; and a great-grandson.

Sprecht, Carl Otto

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Sprecht, Mary Ann (Weber)

The Coeur D’Alene Press dated 8/7/1993; Mary Ann Weber Sprecht, 93

Mary Ann Weber Sprecht, died Wednesday August 4th, 1993, in Coeur d’Alene.  She was born at January 5, 1889, to Mathias and Anna (Romenesko) Weber in Freedom, Wisconsin.  Before coming to Coeur d’Alene, she was a clerk at Office Cutler Hammer in Milwaukee.  She was a member of the Roman Catholic church.  She is survived by daughters Corinne Weber of Wauwatosa, Wisconsin and Carol Blanchette of  Coeur d’Alene; daughters-in-law Caroline Sprecht and Elizabeth Sprecht, both of Wisconsin; 16 grandchildren; and numerous great-grandchildren.  She was preceded in death by her husband Carl Sprecht in 1947.  Her funeral will be at 10:00 a.m. Monday at Holy Cross Catholic Church in Kaukauna, Wisconsin.  Arrangements are being handled by English Funeral Chapel in Coeur d’Alene.  Memorials be sent to Coeur d’Alene Homes, 704 Walnut Coeur d’Alene, Idaho.

St. Arnold, Edward

1970 Appleton Post Crescent dated 10/5/1970; Edward J. St. Arnold, 907 Roosevelt Ave. Kaukauna, age 50, passed away at 4 am Sunday norning following a brief illness. He was born January 23, 1920 in Wakefield, Michigan and had been a Kaukauna resident since 1940. He was employed with Piggly Wiggly Grocery for 27 years. He was a member of Knights of Columbus, and the VFW . Her served in the Air Force in World War II. He is survived bu his wife Germaine; three daughters, Mrs. Leslie (Nancy) Ruen, Dubuque, Iowa; Jean and Janet at home. Three brothers, William, Kaukauna, Claire, Reseda, Calif., Gordon. Two sisters, Mrs. Francis Heinz, Kaukauna, Mrs. Anthony Schmidt, Akeley, Minn. one Aunt, Mrs. Ann Poisson, Iron Mountian, Michigan, and one grandchild. Funeral services....at Holy Cross Catholic Church, with burial in the parish cemetery.

Staege, Florence (Verhagen) (also Sanderfoot)

1988 Appleton Post Crescent dated 5/9/1986; Mrs. Victor Staege, (Sanderfoot) (Florence Verhagen) 200 Sanitorium Rd. Kaukauna; Age 71, died at 1 a.m. Sunday, May 8, 1988. She was born October 15, 1916 in Kaukauna. She was a member of the St. Elizabeth Society. Survivors include her husband, Victor, two daughters and son-in-laws; Carol and Clarence Schomisch., Haskell, Oklahoma; Debra Sanderfoot, Las Vegas; three sons and two daughters-in-law, Dan and Gail Sanderfoot, Cary, Illinois; Ken and Pat Sanderfoot, Bear Creek; Jerry Sanderfoot, Greenvllle; two brothers: Jim Verhagen, Kaukauna; Mike Verhagen, Appleton; Four sisters; Phine and Hub George, Kaukauna, Dorothy and Richard Wolf, Kaukauna, Barbara Van Asten, Little Chute; Jeanette VanDeurzen, Little Chute; 10 grandchildren, three great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her first husband, Mike Sanderfoot, her parents Mike and Kate Verhagen; one brother, Don, four sisters: Rosell, Wilma, Rita and Elisabeth. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday at the Verkuilen Funeral Home with the Rev. Msgr. James Vanden Hogen officiating. Internment will be in St. John Cemetery. Friends may call at the Verkuilen Funeral from 5 until 9 p.m. (today) and from 10 a.m. Tuesday until the time of services.

Staege, Victor

1988 Appleton Post Crescent dated 8/23/1988; Victor Staege age 80, died at 1:55 p.m. Saturday August 21st, 1988. He was born September 4th, 1907 in Oshkosh. Prior to his retirement he had worked as an electrician. He was married to M. Schochow on Oct 6th, 1931, and she died July 14th 1958. He then married Florence Sanderfoot in 1961, and she died May 8th, 1988. Survivors include three daughters: Cheryl Schultz, Brooklyn, Iowa; Joan Davey, Shirley, Ark.; Loef Burt, Corpus Christi, Texas; two stepdaughters: Carol Schomisch, Haskell, Okla.; Deborah Sanderfoot, Las Vegas; three stepsons: Dan Sanderfoot, Gary, Ill.; Ken, Bear Creek; Jerry, of Greenville; a brother, William; a stepbrother, George Shead, Saginaw, Mich.; a sister, Ruth Rasmussen, St. Peter, Minn., 27 grandchildren; 18 great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents: William and Ida Schultz Staege. Funeral services will be at 4:00 p.m. Wednesday at Verkuilen funeral home, Little Chute with Deacon Vin DeGroot officiating. Internment will be in St. John's cemetery.

Stammer, Frances (Felauer)

2002 Appleton Post Crescent dated 11/17/2002; Kelley, Frances Louise, Brewster Village< /br> Age 74, died Friday, November 15, 2002. Frances was born July 17, 1928 to the late Henry and Rosella (Verhagen) Felauer in Appleton. She married Harold Stammer, he preceded her in death in 1967. Frances then married Fred Kelley, who preceded her in death in 1989. She owned and operated Stammer’s Tavern and Kelley’s Bar. Frances enjoyed cribbage, photography and family events. She retired in 1992 and enjoyed her golden years at her home at Pickerel Lake.< /br> She is survived by seven children: Lenard (Marge) Stammer, Betty (Roy) Whiteley, Judy (Lance) Johnson, Debbie (Joe) Bushman, Wendy (Jeff) Krull, Karen (Mark) Vallafskey and Denise (Donnie) Lornson; 15 grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. She will also be missed by a brother, Norman (Norma) Felauer, two sisters: Donna (Lavern) Mullen and Monica (Lynel) Arnold; and many nieces and nephews and friends.< /br> She was preceded in death by her parents, her two husbands, her sister, Florence (Oscar) Loos and a great grandchild, Gage Stammer.< /br> The funeral service will be at 7 p.m. on Monday, November 18, 2002 at the WICHMANN FUNERAL HOME, 537 North Superior Street, with Father Gerald Falk officiating. Viewing and visitation will be Monday at the Funeral Home from 4 p.m. until 6:45 p.m. In lieu of flowers, a memorial is being established in her name.< /br> The family would like to thank the entire staff at Brewster Village for all the care and love they gave Frances.< /br> WICHMANN FUNERAL HOME 537 North Superior Street Appleton 739-1231

Steffens, Richard

2002 Appleton Post Crescent dated 01/06/2002; Steffens, Richard A. 520 Idlewild St. Kaukauna< /br>Age 81, died Friday, January 4, 2002 following a short illness. He was born May 21, 1920 at 5 Corners, son of the late Joseph and Minnie (Ebben) Steffens. Rich was employed by the Modern Dairy, A.H. Nimmer Construction and retired from Thilmany Pulp and Paper in 1982. He volunteered with Meals on Wheels at St. Vincent DePaul and was an usher and Eucharistic Minister at Holy Cross Catholic Church, Kaukauna. Rich was a 50 plus year member of the Knights of Columbus Council 1033, was a member of AARP Chapter 1843, the Kaukauna Moose Lodge and Friends of 1000 Islands. Survivors include his wife of 51 years, Michaeline (Faust), Kaukauna; a daughter and son-in-law: Michele (Howard) Bush, White Pigeon, Michigan; five sons and four daughters-in-law: Keith (Kris), Auburn, California; Kevin (Donna), Madison, Wisconsin; Kenneth (Mary), Sanger, Texas; Thomas (Susan), Madison, Wisconsin; Timothy, Indianapolis, Indiana; 12 grandchildren: Richard, Margaret and Melissa Bush, B.Jay Steffens, Anthony, Angela and Tracy Steffens, Amanda and Richard Steffens, Nicole, Kristen and Corrine Steffens; four brothers and six sisters-in-law: Vincent (Leone Woods) Steffens, George (Gina) Steffens, William (Margaret) Steffens, Melvin (Beverly) Steffens, Jean Steffens, Nancy Steffens-Shimek; three sisters and two brothers-in-law: Florence (George) Bodde, Genevive (Harold) Fredrickson, Lorraine Corby. He is further survived by his wife’s family: Helen (Fritz) Diekvoss, Joann (John) Mau, Harold (Helen) Faust, Leo Faust, numerous nieces and nephews and special friends and cribbage players: Al Schumann, Gene Walker, Floyd and Ethel Dreger. Rich was preceded in death by two sisters and two brothers-in-law: Sr. Jane Frances Steffens, Sr. Leonare Steffens, Robert Corby and Lloyd Shimek; three brothers and two sisters-in-law: Francis Steffens, Peter (Dorothy) Steffens, Nicholas Steffens and Lucy Steffens. Funeral services will be 11 a.m. Tuesday at Holy Cross Catholic Church, Kaukauna with Fr. Jim Lucas officiating. Burial in the parish cemetery. Friends may call at the Boettcher Family Funeral Home, 2401 Fieldcrest Dr., Kaukauna from 4 to 8 p.m. Monday and after 10 a.m. Tuesday directly at the church until the time of services. There will be a parish prayer service at 7 p.m. Monday. In lieu of flowers, a memorial fund has been established in his name.The family would like to thank Dr. Bruce Danz, Dr. Michael Maguire, Dr. William Fletcher, Dr. D. James Mariano, as well as the staff at the ICU and 2nd Floor South at AMC. Also special thanks to the nurses and aides at Parkside Care Center.

Stuck, Sharon (Romenesko)

2003 Appleton Post Crescent dated 7/9/2003; Stuck, Sharon A.; N4170 County Road E, Freedom< /br> Age 55, passed away unexpectedly at her home on Monday, July 7, 2003. She was born in Appleton on April 12, 1948, daughter of the late Elmer and Grace (Hinkens) Romenesko. She was a graduate of the Freedom High School, and on May 30, 1968 she married Rick Stuck at St. Nicholas Catholic Church in Freedom. Sharon was currently working in the surgery department at Dental Associates in Appleton. She very much enjoyed spending time with her granddaughter, Ashley. She also loved flowers, and each year cared for her beautiful garden. She was gifted at sewing as well as crafts of all kinds, and was an avid reader — she always had at least one book going.< /br> Sharon is survived by her husband: Rick Stuck of Freedom; a son: Jody Stuck of Freedom and his daughter Ashley; three brothers: Donald (Pam) Romenesko of Kimberly; Thomas (Sue) Romenesko of Iron River, Michigan; Keith (Debbie) Romenesko of Antigo; two step-brothers: Roger (Doris) Van Beek of Greenleaf and Norman (Marge) Van Beek of Freedom. Sharon is also survived by Rick’s brothers and sisters: James (Judi) Stuck of Brillion; Andrew (Elizabeth) Stuck of Appleton; David (Cookie) Stuck of Neenah; Darlene (Craig Berg) Stuck of Appleton; Carol (John) Witt of Appleton; Patty (Jim) Walters of Dale; and by Rick’s half-brothers and half sisters: Matt (Karen) Stuck, Jr. of Menasha; Alan (Beth) Stuck of Menasha; Shirley Stuck of Menasha; and Maria Stuck of Menasha; and by her mother-in-law Bernice Stead of Menasha. Sharon was preceded in death by her parents, her step-father Jack Van Beek, her father-in-law Matthew Stuck, and by two step-nephews Roland Van Beek and Mark Van Beek.< /br> Funeral services will be held at 11:00 AM on Friday, July 11, 2003 at FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH, 311 W. Evergreen Drive with Rev. Steve Driessen officiating. Interment will be at St. Nicholas Cemetery in Freedom. Friends may call at the funeral home on Thursday from 4 - 8 PM and again Friday at the church from 10 AM until the hour of the services.< /br> “I know what I am doing. I have it all planned out - plans to take care of you, not abandon you, plans to give you the future you hope for.”< /br> —Jeremiah 29:11 FARGO FUNERAL HOME400 W. Wisconsin AvenueKaukauna 766-6200< /br>  

Summers, Anna (Tabery)

Obit Missing - Death certificate only

1977 Los Angeles County Death certificate< /br> Anna M. Summers, died 9/11/1977 at Queen of the Valley Hospital West Covina of hyperacute Myocardial Infarct. Born 1/22/1896 in Minnesota, daughter of Fred Tabery born in Germany and Joanna Schwartz born in Austria. Listed residence as 3320 Portola Ave. Los Angeles. Occupatiion, Hotel Manager. Listed in state of California for 41 years. Widowed. Informant Everitt LeRoy, 4600 Richelieu PL. Los Angeles, Ca. buried at Resurrection Cemetery.

Summers, Clement M

Obit Missing - died 4/17/1981 West Covina, CA.

Summers, Douglas M

Obit Missing - Unknown Death date

Summers, Douglas R

1972 Ontario newspaper< /br> Douglas R. Summers, 53, of Ontario, Friday at San Antonio Community Hospital after an extended illness. He was a native of St. Paul, Minn. and an Ontario-Chino-Pomona resident almost 50 years. Member of St. George Catholic church, Ontario. Survived by his mother, Josephine Summers; three sons, James M. and Thomas P. of Chino, and Douglas M. of Pomona; a daughter, Mrs. Carol M. Murphy of Chino; two sisters, Mrs. Cleone Jones of Upland and Mrs. Wilma Benedict of Fullerton; a brother, William J. of Upland; and 10 grandchildren. Rosary will be at 7:30 p.m. at St. George Catholic church, Ontario. Mass at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Internment Belleview Cemetery.

Summers, Ellen (Glasheen)

Obit Missing - died About Dec 1911 in North Dakota

Summers, Elred Joseph

1955 Monrovia Daily Post dated 2/14/1955; E.J. Summers Passes Away - Eldred J. Summers, 55, paint foreman at Gilfillan Mfg. Co. and resident of this area for 30 years, died yesterday at his home, 715 E. Huntington Dr. Mr. Summers was born in Lisbon, ND. He was a member of Immaculate Conception Parish and of the Holy Name Society. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Mary Catharine Summers, two sons, James E. Summers, and Michael B. Summers, both of Monrovia; two daughters, Dorothy MacGowan and Mary Jean Thomas, both of Covina. Five grand children, four brothers, Frank Summers of Los Angeles, Leo Summers of New York, Jack Summers of Spokane, Wash. and Bill Summers of Pomona; and two sisters, Mrs. Lucille Buie of Delano and Mrs. Winifred Marsh of Greeley, Colo. Rosary will be.....Internment at Resurrection Cemetery.

Summers, Esther (Fox)

Obit Missing - died 8/22/1986 Kaukauna, WI.

Summers, Frank Thomas

Obit Missing - death certificate only

1961 Los Angeles County Death Certificate; Listed as Frank Thomas Summers born January 12, 1895 in North Dakota, son of James Summers and Ellen Glasheen. Died on 11/25/1961 at Los Angeles County Hospital, of Deliriun tiemons, Alcoholism, Cirrhosis. Listed residence as 821 W. 9th St Los Angeles, occupation Desk Clerk. Listed as NOT is US Armed Forces. Listed as married wife's name Anna M. Summers. Buried at Ressurection Cemetery. Listed as in county 35 years.

Summers, James

Obit Missing - Death date unknown

Summers, James

1940 Monrovia daily post dated 3/11/1940; A victim, according to hospital authorities, of the fatal disease, leukemia, James Clement Summers for 15 years manager of Live Oak cemetery, died yesterday at the Veterans' hospital at Sawtelle.< /br> Mr. Summers leaves a motherless family of six young children, bereaved in the death of their mother, Mrs. Katherine Summers, Aug. 21, 1939. The Summers family resides at 490 Leroy ave., Arcadia. In addition to his business connections in Monrovia, Mr. Summers was well known here in fraternal circles and was a past exalted ruler of Monrovia Elks lodge and a member of Monrovia Council, Knights of Columbus. Mr. Summers was born Nov. 12, 1891 in North Dakota and had resided in Arcadia for 12 years and in California for 17 years. He is survived by four daughters, Kathleen, Frances, Mary Lou and Patricia and two sons, Clement and John, all at home, and a brother.< /br> Rosary will be recited tomorrow evening at 9 o'clock at the chapel of Glasser and Johns in Arcadia and requiem mass held Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock at the Church of the Holy Angels in Arcadia. Rev. Father Gerald O'Keeffe will officiate and internment will be made in Live Oak cemetery.

Summers, James E

Obit Missing -died 12/31/2002 Lakewood, CA.

Summers, John

Obit Missing - Unknown Death date

Summers, Josephine (Rando)

1979 Ontario Newspaper; Josephine O. Summers, 83, of Ontario, died Jan 10 at Bella Vista Convalescent Hospital. A retired LVN for Pomona Valley Community Hospital, she was a native of Minneapolis, Minn. and an Ontario resident 25 years. Member of Catholic Daughters of America and the Alter Society of St. George Catholic church. She is survived by one son, William Summers of Paulsbo, Wash; two daughters, Mrs. Cleone Jones of Upland and Mrs. Wilma Benedict of Fullerton. 13 grandchildren and 26 great grandchildren. Internment at Belleview Cemetery.

Summers, Joyce (Claubus)

Obit Missing - Unknown Death date 

Summers, Kathryn (Mitchell)

Obit Missing - died 8/21/1939 Arcadia, CA.

Summers, Leo

Obit Missing - Unknown Death date

Summers, Mary (Smith)

1992 Monrovia Daily News dated 2/27/1992; Catharine M. Summers, longtime Monrovia resident, passed away February 24, 1992 at age 85. Survived by two sons, Michael (Joan) and James (Jan) Summers; two daughters, Mary (John) Thomas and Dorothy (John) McGowan; 14 grand children; and nine great grandchildren. Vigil, 7 PM-: Thursday and Funeral Mass, 10 AM Friday, both at Immaculate Conception Church, Monrovia. Interment, Resurrection Cemetery Contributions may be made in the memory to: I.C. Senior Guild, c/o: Immaculate Conception Church.

Summers, Walter Edward

1987 Appleton Post Crescent dated 7/23/1987; Walter Summers, age 82, died Wednesday, July 22nd, 1987 as a result of cancer, after a four month illness. He was born January 19th, 1905 in Askeaton, the son of the late Edward and Gertrude (Van Denzen) Summers. He and his wife had farmed in Askeaton until 1953, when they moved into Kaukauna. He had been employed at Thilmany Pulp and Paper and at the Kaukauna Public Library until his second retirement. He was a member of the St. Mary's Parish, Kaukauna; The Golden Agers; and St. Vincent de Paul Society. Survivors include six daughters and sons in law: Mary Ann and Roy VandeYacht, Patricia and Joseph VanLinn, Pauline and Maynard Krueger, Judy and Robert Wurdinger, all of Kaukauna; Phyllis and Patrick Stumpf; Delores and Robert Besaw, Neenah; a son and daughter-in-law Thomas and Bonnie Summers, Hollandtown; two sisters: Mrs. Clair Dykes, of Kaukauna; Mrs. Agnes Vanderputten of Green Bay; a sister in law, Mrs. Tom (Viola) Farrell, Green Bay; 29 grandchildren; and 18 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife, Esther, a sister Genevieve Golden, and three grandchildren. The funeral will be at 6:30 p.m. Friday at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Kaukauna, with the Reverend Don Fuller and the Rev. Norbert Vandeloo officiating. Internment will be in parish cemetery. A memorial fund has been established.

Summers, William

1960 Ontario Newspaper; William W. Summers, 67, 637 W. Brooks St. died at an Ontario Rest Home today after an illness of several years. A retired refrigeration engineer, Summers was a native of Lisbon, N.D., moving to California 35 years ago. Before moving to Ontario six years before his death he was a resident of Pomona. He was a member of St. George Catholic church. In addition to his widow, Josephine, he is survived by two daughters, Mrs. William J. Jones of Ontario and Mrs. J. F. Benedick of Fullerton; two sons, Douglas R. Summers of Ontario and William J. Summers of Upland; two sisters, Mrs. E.L. March of georgia and Mrs. T.F. Buie of Delano; three brothers, Leo Summers of New Jersey, John A. Summers of Spokane, Wash., and Frank Summers of Los Angeles; 13 grandchildren and one great grandchild. Funeral services are pending.

Swanningson, Regina (Verhagen)

Appleton Post Crescent dated 1/7/1997; Mrs. Walter Swanningson, Regina Verhagen, age 78, died Sunday, January 5th, 1997 at St. Elizabeths hospital.  She was born January 19th, 1918 in Kaukauna the daughter of Louis and Catherine (Bergman) Verhagen.  She was a member of St. Mary's Catholic church.  She is survived by a son and daughter in law; Roger and Evon Swanningson, of Kaukauna; two daughters and sons in law: Evelyn and Gerald Schmidt, of Brillion; Debbie and Ray VanWychen, of Kaukauna; two daughters in law, Ann Swanningson, of Kaukauna; Carol Swanningson, of Little Chute; 16 grandchildren: Tony (Sherry) Swanningson, Kristi Swanningson; Bernard (Janet) Schmidt, Fred (Kari)  Schmidt, David (Holly) Schmidt, Keith Schmidt, Carl Schmitt, Henry Schmidt, Lori Tessen, Sara (Marty) Juneau; Andy, Amy and Brian VanWychen, Robert (Laurie) Swanningson; Lisa (Tim) Young; Rick Swanningson; 14 great-grandchildren: Corey Swanningson, Daniel, Katie and Erin Schnidt; Ashleigh and Jordan Schmidt, Arianna and Brayden Schmidt, Jacqueline and Travis Tessen, Alexander Juneau, Amanda Young; Robbie and Derek Swanningson; three brothers and two sisters in law: Ervin and Dorothy Verhagen, of Kaukauna of Eugene and Rita Verhagen, of Kaukauna; Jerome Verhagen of Waupaca; two sisters, Joanne Fink, of Algoma; Rose Kramer, of Appleton.  She was preceded in death by her husband, Walter and 1988; two sons: Robert and Richard Swanningson: two brothers: Melvin and Steve Verhagen: and two brothers in law: Clarence Fink and Bill Kramer.  The mass of resurrection will be 11:00 a.m. Wednesday at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Kaukauna with Father Irvin Udulutsch officiating.  Burial will be an Holy Cross cemetery, Kaukauna.

 

Swanningson, Walter

1988 Appleton Post Crescent dated 9/14/1988; Walter J. Swanningson, 421 W. Tenth St. Kaukauna; Age 76, died Tuesday, September 13, 1988, at Kaukauna CommunIty Hospital, following a long illness. He was born November 14, 1911, in Ingalls, Michigan, the son of the late Fred and Hilma (Lindberg) Swanningson. He resided in Kaukauna most of his life and had been employed at Appleton Papers, Combined Lock Mill, for 43 years prior to his retirement in 1974. He especially enjoyed fishing and woodcarving. He was a member of Appleton Papers Quarter Century Club; the woodcarvers Club, and local Number 144. He is survived by his wife, Regina (Verhagen) Swanningson; his children: Roger and Evon Swanningson, Kaukauna; Carol, Swanningson, Little Chute, Evelyn and Gerald Schmidt, Brillion, Debbie and Ray Van Wychen, Kaukauna; Robert and Ann Swanningson; Kaukauna; two sisters-in-law: Helen and Viola Swanningson; both of Kenosha; 16 grandchildren: Bernard, Fred, David, Keith, Karl, Henry, Lorie and Sara Schmidt; Tony and Kristi Swanningson; Andy, Amy and.Brian Van Wychen, Lisa and Ricky Swanningson; Bobby Swanningson; four great-grandchudren, He was preceded In death by, two sons, two daughters, four brothers, and a sister. The funeral will beat 11 a.m. Friday, at St. Mary Catholic Church, Kaukauna, with the Rev. James Gilsoul officiating. Buri1 will be at Holy Cross Cemetery, Friends may call at the Greenwood Fargo Funeral Home, 500 Hendricks Ave. Kaukauna from 4 to 9 p.m:, Thursday, and after 8:30 a,m., Friday, at the funeral home until the cortege leaves for the church. There will be a parish prayer service at 8 pm Thursday, A memorial fund has been established in his name.< /br>< /br>< /br> 

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Tatro, Henry

1980 Appleton Post Crescent dated August 7th, 1980 Henry Tatro, age 64, died at 12:30 p.m. Saturday after a very courageous battle with cancer for two years and eight months. He was born August 23rd, 1916 in Appleton. He had lived in Kaukauna most of his life and was employed at Kaukauna Cheese Co. for 40 years, retiring three years ago. He was a member of Holy Cross Catholic Church, Kaukauna, and served in the U.S. Coast Guard during World War II. Survivors include his wife, Pat Hietpas Tatro; two daughters and sons in law: Nancy and Wayne and Steinbach, Citrus Heights, Calif.; Pat and Dennis Dercks, Kaukauna; three sons and a daughter in law: Mark and Nancy Tatro, Appleton; Steve and Michael, Kaukauna; a half-brother, Arthur Ellenbecker, Appleton; a sister, Mrs. Robert (Ann) Tyrell, Appleton; six grandchildren Scott and Sarah Dercks; and Anna Elizabeth Steinbach, Tara and Shaena Tatro. He was preceded in death by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Tatro, and his half-brother, Wilbert Ellenbecker. The funeral will be at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday at Holy Cross Catholic Church,, with Father Mike Hough and officiating. Internment will be in the parish cemetery. Friends ay call at the funeral home from four P M to 9:00 p.m. Monday.

Tatro, Patricia (Hietpas)

1995 Appleton Post Crescent dated 9/15/1995; Mrs. Henry "Bud" Tatro; (Patricia Hietpas) aged 73, died Thursday morning, September 14th, 1995 at Colony Oaks Care Center in Appleton. She was born January 2, 1992 in Kaukauna, the daughter of the late William and Margaret (Verhagen) Hietpas. She married Henry Tatro on October 23rd, 1945 at St. John Catholic Church in Little Chute. She was a member of Holy Cross Catholic Church, the ladies of Holy Cross, and the Lady Knights of Columbus. She is survived by three sons and a doctor in law: Mark Tatro and Susan Vandehey, Steven Tatro, Michael and Bernadette Tatro, all of Kaukauna; two daughters and sons in law: Nancy and Wayne Steinbach, Burke,Virginia; Patricia and Dennis Dercks, of Kaukauna; 11 grandchildren: Ann and Elizabeth Steinbach, Scott, Sarah, Kimberly and Kristin Dercks, Tara and Shaena Tatro, Zachary, Bobbi and Lindsay Tatro, five brothers and four sisters in law: Art and Irene Hietpas, Appleton; Paul and Ethel Hietpas, Coleman; Owen and Irene Hietpas, Leesburg, Florida, Mark Hietpas and friend, Betty, Kaukauna, Dennis Hietpas, Kaukauna; Yvonne Hietpas, Little Chute; two sisters and a brother in law: Betty VanderSanden, of Little Chute; Margie Hietpas, of Kaukauna; William Mattern and friend, Sandra, Menasha. She is further survived by her husband's brother and sister; Art and Alice Ellenbecker, Anna Terrell, both of Appleton. She was preceded in death by her husband, Henry in 1980; a brother, William Hietpas; two sisters and two brothers in law: Bernice and Theodore Larson, Casey Vandersanden and Shirley Mattern; a sister in law Ruth Hietpas. The mass of resurrection will be at 10:00 a.m. Monday September 18th at Holy Cross Catholic Church, Kaukauna with Father Paul Paider officiating. Burial will be in Holy Cross cemetery. The family would like to thank the staff at: Colony Oaks care center for the special care given to Patricia. A memorial fund has been established in her name.

Tatro, Stephen J

2003 Appleton Post Crescent dated 4/19/2003; Tatro, Stephen J., “Beaver”, Kaukauna< /br> Age 51, died unexpectedly on Thursday April 17, 2003 at Appleton Medical Center. He was born February 7, 1952 to the late Henry and Patricia (Hietpas) Tatro in Appleton. Beaver was an avid hunter and fisherman.< /br> He is survived by his two sisters, Nancy (Wayne) Steinbach and their children, Anne (Dave) Eldridge and Elizabeth Steinbach; Pat (Dennis) Dercks and their children, Scott Dercks, Sara (Scott) Musich and their children, Grace & Henry, Kimberly Dercks and Kristin Dercks; two brothers, Mark (Susan Vandehey) Tatro and their children Tara Tatro, Shaena Tatro and fiance Jamie Vandhandel, Chris (Don) Dix and Sara Vandehey; Mike (Bernedette) Tatro and their children, Zach, Bobbi and Lindsey. Beaver will also be missed by many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.< /br> He was preceded in death by his parents, Pat and Bud and his grandparents, William and Margaret Hietpas and Elizabeth and Peter Tatro.< /br> The funeral service will be 11 a.m. on Tuesday April 22, 2003 at HOLY CROSS CATHOLIC CHURCH, 309 Desnoyer Street with Fr. Jim Lucas officiating. Friends will be received at the Boettcher Family Funeral Home, 2401 Fieldcrest Drive on Monday from 4 p.m. until 8 p.m. and again on Tuesday at Church from 10 a.m. until the time of service. Burial will follow services in the Parish Cemetery. A memorial is being established in Beaver’s name.The family would like to thank Dr. Philips, Dr. Winek and Dr. Nunn and the terrific staff on 3 South at AMC for all the care and compassion they gave Beaver.< /br>  

Thomas, Beatrice (Schroeder) (also Conrad)

2004 Appleton Post Crescent dated 5/31/2004; Thomas, Beatrice W. (nee Schroeder)< /br> Beatrice W. Thomas (nee Schroeder), age 92, died Saturday, May 29, 2004 at Franciscan Care Center in Appleton. She was born April 18, 1912 at Green Valley In Oconto. Her parents were Frank and Nathalie (Sommerfeldt) Schroeder. She married Richard Conrad in Gillett, Wis. on Sept. 7, 1932. They made their home in Kaukauna and later in rural Seymour. Richard preceded her in death in March of 1965. On Oct. 12, 1974 she married Earl Thomas at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Cicero, Wis. He preceded her in death in December of 1986.< /br> Beatrice is survived by three sons, Kenneth (Barbara Wussow) Conrad, Abbottsford; Wayne (Cecilia Hallam) Conrad, Manitowoc; Bruce Conrad, Appleton; daughter-in-law, Donna Conrad, Baileys Harbor; stepson, Darvin (Dorothy) Thomas, Appleton; grandchildren, Richard Conrad, Madison; Val (Paul) Knautz, Abbottsford; Mike (Tami) Conrad, Cottage Grove; Susan (Monte) Mathews, Kansas; Adam Conrad, Minnesota; Tom Conrad, Whitelaw; John (Pam) Conrad, Greenville; Greg (Terri) Conrad, New Berlin; Mary (Matt) Horton, Hawaii; step-grandchildren, Cheryl, Susie, Keith, Brian, Brent, Brenda, Rick, Bill, Vicki, Steve, Jeff and Robert, Jr.; 13 great-grandchildren and several step-great grandchildren; a brother, Les Schroeder, Gillett; sister and brother-in-law, Gloria (Bob) Miller, Minnesota; sisters-in-law, Anita Schroeder and Agnes Schroeder, Gillett; Margaret Conrad and Frances Ozburn Wolfgram, Kaukauna; nieces and nephews; special friends, Donna Mueller, who helped her and spent time with her, as well as Tootie Zuleger; and many other friends.< /br> She was preceded in death by both husbands; brothers, Walter and Herb Schroeder; stepchildren, Bobby Thomas, Mary Ann Beyer and Virgela Fischer; as well as brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law.< /br> The funeral service will be held at 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday, June 2, 2004 at Zion Lutheran Church, 912 N. Oneida St., with Pastor Wendy Wirth-Brock officiating. Visitation will be from 9:30 a.m. until the time of the service at the church. Burial will be in Highland Memorial Park.< /br> Valley Funeral Home2211 N. Richmond St.733-5435< /br> < /br> Conrad-Thomas, Beatrice W. (nee Schroeder); Beatrice W. Conrad-Thomas, age 92, died Saturday, May 29, 2004 at Franciscan Care Center in Appleton.< /br> Inadvertently omitted from the obituary were sisters-in-law: Anita Schroeder of Gillett, Margaret Van Himbergen, Frances Ozburn Wolfgram, and Marie Conrad of Kaukauna.< /br> The funeral service will be held at 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday, June 2, 2004 (TODAY) at Zion Lutheran Church, 912 N. Oneida St., with Pastor Wendy Wirth-Brock officiating. Visitation will be from 9:30 a.m. until the time of the service at the church. Burial will be in Highland Memorial Park.Valley Funeral Home< /br>  

Thomas, Mary (Summers)

Obit Missing - Died 8/7/1995 Rancho Santa Margarita, CA.

Thurner, Gladys (Romenesko)

1963 Appleton Post Crescent dated 3/6/1963; Mrs. Nick Thurner, Gladys Romenesko, 2025 North Summit Street, age 54, passed away Sunday at 11:45 p.m. after a nine month illness. She was born March 3rd, 1909 in the town of Freedom and lived in Appleton and vicinity all of her life. She was a member of St. Pius X Catholic Church and the Christian Mothers's Alter Society. Mrs. Thurner is survived by her husband: one daughter, Lila May, and one son, David, both at home; five sisters, Mrs. Barney (Mathilda) Hietpas, Mrs. John (Lillian) Vandynhoven, Mrs. Henry (Florence) Vandynhoven, and Mrs. Harvey (Mary) VanderSteen, all of Kaukauna and Mrs. Alfred (Pauline) Endres, of Appleton; three brothers, John Romenesko, of DePere; Clem Romenesko, of Appleton and Walter Romenesko, of Black Creek. Requiem High Mass will be at 10:00 a.m. Wednesday at St. Pius X Catholic Church internment will be in St. Joseph cemetery.

Thurner, Nicholas

1998 Appleton Post Crescent dated 12/5/1998; Nicholas Thurner, Parkside Nursing and Rehabilitation center, Little Chute, age 85, died early Friday, December 4th, 1998, at Parkside Nursing and Rehab center in Little Chute following a lengthy battle with Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease. He was born June 12th, 1913 in Tigerton, the son of the late John and Marie (Drexler) Thurner. As a young man, Nick worked as a farmhand in the Tigerton area. He later accompanied his parents when they moved to Appleton where he continued to work as a farmhand. He was united in marriage to Gladys Romenesko on November 22nd, 1941, in Freedom. She passed away on May 5th, 1963. Nick and Gladys operated a farm in Medina and later relocated to Appleton. Nick then accepted employment at the Outagamie County equity co-ops where he was employed until his retirement. On August 7th, 1965 Nick married Harriet Valentine Milton in Kaukauna; she survives. They resided in Appleton for one year and then move to Little Chute where they were members of St. John Parish, later the couple joined Holy Name parish in Kimberly. He is survived by his wife, Harriet Thurner, Kimberly; a son, David (Debrorah) Thurner, of Appleton; a daughter Lila Thurner, of Kimberly; a stepson, Orile (Christine) Milton, of Sturgeon Bay; a stepdaughter Dorothy (Harry) VanLith, of Little Chute; three step grandchildren, Jessica Milton, of Sister Bay; Scott VanLith, of Little Chute and Aaron VanLith of Little Chute; two brothers, Harold (Gloria) Thurner, of Neenah, and George (Gloria) Thurner, of Texas; three sisters, Caroline Nichols, of New London; Ruth (Laverne) Halverson, of Appleton, and Barbara (Norval) Swinford, of Hortonville. He was preceded in death by his parents: his first wife, Gladys; four brothers, John, Frank, Joe and Max Thurner and four sisters, Mary Eichinger, Theresa Sherman, Ann Prickette and Adeline Bayer. The funeral liturgy will be at 12 noon on Monday December 7th at Holy Name Catholic Church, Kimberly with Father Dennis Bergsbaken officiating. Internment will be in St. Joseph Cemetery, Appleton.

Trams, Jonathan M

2004 Appleton Post Crescent dated 6/26/2004; Trams, Jonathan M.< /br> Jonathan M. Trams, of Appleton. “If you are reading this that means I am dead. I died on Wednesday, June 23, 2004, after being diagnosed with leukemia on November 20, 2003; and God has decided to take me home now rather than make me suffer. This was not an unexpected death even though I am only 28. I was born on January 15, 1976 at Theda Clark. I graduated from Neenah High School in June of 1994, and in the summer of 1999, I graduated from Fox Valley Tech. On October 6, 2001, I married my wife Julie at Our Savior’s Lutheran in Oshkosh, where we were members. We shared the birth of our daughter Elizabeth on May 29, 2004. For the past three years I have been employed with SBC. I would like to say thank you to Dr. Robert Geller and everyone at his office, the nurses on 4 South at St. Elizabeth’s and Affinity Hospice for all your help. Go Niners!”< /br> Jon is survived by his wife, Julie; daughter, Elizabeth Patricia; parents, Leonard (Susan) Trams and Barbara (Towns) Porter; two sisters: Angela (Brett) Cartwright and Denise Porter; one brother, Ryan Porter; three step-sisters: Lori (Don) MacVittie, Lynn (Tim) Bostedt, and Cheri (Joel) Conover; one step-brother, Jeremy Baumgartner; two brothers-in-law: Josh and Chris Carrick; nieces and nephews: Matthew Cartwright, Korey, Galina, and Victoria MacVittie, and Jacob and Brooklyn Bostedt; maternal grandparents, John and Patricia Towns; paternal grandparents, Curt and Patricia Trams; mother-in-law, Joyce (Ivan Craig, Jr.) Carrick; two Godchildren: Olivia Behm and Amanda Bergner; special friends: Jeremy Bidwell and Roger Mullin. Jon is further survived by many aunts, uncles, other family members and friends.< /br> He was preceded in death by his father-in-law, Steven Carrick.< /br> Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Monday, June 28, 2004, at Our Savior’s Lutheran Church, Oshkosh, with Rev. Arnold Stillwell officiating. Visitation will be held on Sunday evening from 4:30 until 8:30 p.m. at Neenah’s Westgor Funeral Home and again on Monday morning from 9:30 a.m. until the time of the service at the church. Interment will take place in Lake View Memorial Park, Oshkosh. In lieu of flowers, a memorial will be established in Jon’s name.< /br> “To Monty, A Final Toast”< /br> Westgor Funeral Home  205 W. Doty Avenue

Turriff, James Robert

1976 Green Bay Press Gazette dated 8/3/1976; James R. Turriff, 29, 608 N Ontario St. De Pere, died Monday eveinging in an out of town hospital. Survivors include his parents, Norbert and Agness Turiff, DePere; one brother, Thomas N. Turriff, De Pere; his maternal grandmother, Mrs. Rose O'Connell, Green Bay; One niece and one nephew. Private services were held this afternoon at St. Francis Church in DePere, with the Rev. Thomas Golden officiating. Burial in Allouz Cemetery. < /br> 

Turriff, Joanne (Klusmeyer)

2002 Appleton Post Crescent dated 2/14/2002; Turriff, Joanne M. (Klusmeyer), De Pere< /br>Age 57, passed to her eternal reward Tuesday, February 12, 2002 after a long and courageous battle with leukemia. The daughter of Paul and Agnes (Dawes) Klusmeyer was born January 8, 1945 in Cincinnati, Ohio. Joanne was a 1963 graduate of St. Joseph Academy in Green Bay. Joanne married Tom Turriff on June17, 1967 at St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church De Pere. She worked at Brown County Savings and Loan from 1963 until 1968 at which time she left to stay home and be a fulltime mom. In 1987 she again started to work outside the home at Maisel Chiropractic. Joanne was a Girl Scout leader. She was active with the Notre Dame Booster Club and worked in the Notre Dame School library while her children were students there. She was an assistant J.V. Tennis coach at East De Pere High School, where she coached her daughter Susan’s J.V. tennis team. Joanne was a member of St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church De Pere where she was a eucharistic minister. She was a Norbertine Associate and a liturgical minister. Joanne enjoyed tennis, cross-country skiing and counted cross-stitch. Some of Grandma Jo’s most cherished moments were spent with her grandchildren.< /br>Survivors include her husband, Tom; their children: Susan and Steve Parsons and their children Kaitlin and Colton, Neenah; Bill and Cindy Turriff and their children Courtney and Allison, Fort Wayne, Indiana; her mother-in-law, Agnes Turriff, De Pere; brother and sister-in-law, Bob and Sandy Klusmeyer, Abrams; nephew, Mike and Laurie Spah, De Pere. She was preceded in death by her parents, Paul and Agnes Klusmeyer; and her father-in-law, Norbert Turriff.< /br>Friends may call at Cotter Funeral Home, 860 N. Webster Ave., De Pere from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., Friday, February 15, 2002. Prayer service 7:00 p.m. conducted by Rev Angelo Feldkamp O.Praem. Visitation will continue on Saturday, February 16, 2002 from 10:00 a.m. until the time of Mass at St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church, 220 S. Michigan St., De Pere. Concelebrated Mass of Christian Burial Saturday, February 16, 2002, 11:00 a.m. at the church with Rev. Angelo Feldkamp O.Praem presiding, Rev. Charles Hoffman will be the Homilist and Rev. V. Anthony Dolski will concelebrate the Mass. Interment in Mt. Olivet Cemetery De Pere. A memorial fund has been established for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.

Turriff, Norbert

1982 Green Bay Press Gazette dated 10/11/1982; Norbert Turriff, 70, 608 N. Ontario St. DePere, died this morning at a Green Bay Hospital. The son of the late Edwin and Emily Turriff was born Jan 7, 1912 in DePere and was a lifelong resident. He married th eformer Agnes O'Connell at Annunciation Church in 1941. He was Office Manager for Acme Tree Surgery until his retirement in 1974. Mr. Turriff was a member of St. Francis Men's Club. He is survived by his wife; one son and daughter-in-law, Tom and Joanne Turriff; two grandchildren, Billy and Susan; one brother, Malcolm, of Green Bay; one sister, Anna Mae Turriff of Green Bay. He was preceded in death by his parents and two sons. Burial in Allouz Cemetery.

Turriff, Richard

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Unmuth, Charles

1935 Appleton Post Crescent dated 4/22/1935; Charles Unmuth, 68, a housemover in Appleton for the past 40 years, died at 5 o'clock Saturday afternoon at his home, 1028 W. Wisconsin Ave. Mr. Unmuth was born in Oshkosh and lived practically his entire life in Appleton. He was a member of St. Theses Catholic Church and St. Therese Holy Name Society. Survivors are the widow, two daughters, Marie and Peggy, two sons, Edward and Walter, Appleton; two sisters, Mrs Tena Utley and Mrs. Alvina Riley, Menasha; one brother Max, of Corona Calif. Funeral services...burial will be in St. Mary cemetery.

Unmuth, Delia (Romenesko)

1954 Appleton Post Crescent dated 1/7/1954; Mrs. Delia Unmuth, 71, 1118 W. Brewster St. died at Green Bay at 1:20 wednesday afternoon after a 6 month illness. She was born Oct. 6, 1882 in Freedom, and lived in Appleton most of her life. Survivors are two daughters, Mrs. Raymond Jacob, San Francisco, Calif. and Mrs. Anton Wickesberg, Appleton; two sons, Edward and Walter, Appleton; a sister, Mrs. Dora Verhagen, Kaukauna and eight grandchildren. Funeral services will be at 9 o'clock Monday morning at St. therses Catholic Church, with burial in St. Mary Cemetery.

Unmuth, Edward

1980 Appleton Post Crescent dated 7/3/1980; Edward L. Unmuth, age 67, died Wednesday, 8:30 a.m. unexpectedly. He was born December 26th, 1912 in Appleton and where he was a lifelong resident. Mr. Unmuth was self-employed prior to the time when he worked for the Outagamie Highway Department 17 years, retiring two years ago. He was a member of St. Theresa's Catholic Church, a veteran of World War II, serving in the U.S. Army and a member of the D.A.V. Survivors include a daughter, of Mrs. David (Kathy) Verhagen, of Neenah; four sons: Gereon (Jerry), Appleton; twin sons: Jack, of Kimberly, and Joseph, of New London; Mark, at home; a brother, Walter Unmuth, of Dunlap California; two sisters: Mrs. Tony (Marie) Wickesberg, of Appleton; Mrs. Peg Larkins, of San Francisco, Calif.; 10 grandchildren. Mr. Unmuth was preceded in death by his wife, Lorraine, October 22, 1977 and a son, William, July 1965. The complete funeral will be at 11:00 a.m. Saturday at St. Theresa's Catholic Church, with the Rev. Carl Buresh officiating. Internment will be in St. Joseph Cemetery.

Unmuth, Lorraine (Bourassa)

1977 Appleton Post Crescent dated 10/24/1977; Mrs. Edward Unmuth, Lorraine Bourassa, age 62, died at 5:30 p.m. Saturday afternoon after a long illness. She was born November 12th, 1914 in Niagara, Wisconsin, and had lived in Appleton and most of her life. She was a member of St. Theresa's Catholic church. Survivors include her husband, Edward; a daughter, Mrs. David (Kathy) Verhagen, of Neenah; four sons: Geren (Jerry) Unmuth, of Appleton; twins, Jack at home and Joseph, of New London; and Mark, at home; nine grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her son, William, July 12th, 1965, three sisters, and a brother. The complete funeral will be at 11:00 a.m. Tuesday at St. Theresa's Catholic Church with Rev. Karl Buresh officiating. Burial will be in the St. Joseph Cemetery.

Unmuth, William C

1965 Appleton Post Crescent, dated 7/12/65; William C. Unmuth, , 18, passed away at 1:30 a.m. Monday. He was born in Appleton on December 13th, 1946, and lived there all his life. He graduated from the Xavier High School, class of 1965. Survivors include his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Unmuth, of Appleton; one sister, Kathleen, and four brothers, Gereon, twin brothers in Joseph and John, and Mark, all at home. He was a member of St. Theresa's Catholic church. Funeral services are incomplete and pending at the funeral home. < /br> 

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Van Abel, Albert

1946 DePere Journal Democrat dated ?< /br> ...died suddenly Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 27. He was born in Hollandtown April 25, 1882 and lived in the vicinity all of his life. He had operated a general store, dance hall and tavern until ten years ago when he accepted employment at the Dundas Canning Company until about four months ago. Besides his wife, he is survived by two sons, Thomas and James at home; one brother, William of Hollandtown; and one sister, Mrs. Mary Broeren of Thorp. Funeral Services were held at 10 o'clock Saturday morning at the St. Francis Catholic church, Hollandtown - Rev. John DeVries was in charge and burial was in the parish cemetery. The pallbearers were nephews of the deceased, Bob VanAbel, Don VanAbel, Jim Vandehei, Gerald VandeHei, Henry VanDueren, Francis VanAbel. Out of town people who attended the funeral were Mrs. Mary Broeren and Mrs. Elmer Pagel, Thorp; Mrs. C. VanAbel, Madison; Mr. & Mrs. Elmer Mogensen, Racine; Miss Martha VanAbel, Rockford, IL.; Miss Mary VanAbel, Chicago; Dr. Jos. Curtin, Milwaukee; Mrs. Myrtle VanAbel, Oak Park, IL.; Mr. & Mrs. Clifford VanAbel, Sheboygan; Dan and Gerald VandeHey, Antigo; Jim VandeHey, Iron Mountain; Mr. & Mrs. Morris Campbell, Kenosha; Mr. & Mrs. Alban Campbell and Patricia and Connie Campbell, Ripon; Mr. & Mrs. Jim Kuehn and John Milton, Milwaukee; Mrs. L. Saunccey, Chicago; Mrs. Blanche VanDeuren and daughter Mary Ann, Thomas Joyce, Mr. & Mrs. Chas. Joyce; Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Campbell, Mr. & Mrs. Henry VanDueren, Mr. & Mrs. A. Shepeck, Green Bay; Mrs. C. VanAbel and family, Dr. and Mrs. Don. Curtin, Miss Nancy VanAbel, Mr. & Mrs. B. Shinners and family, Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Dorsey, Miss Sadie Maloney, all of Appleton. Many people from neighboring towns also attended.

Van Abel, Bernice (Hopfensperger)

1993 Appleton Post Crescent  dated 3/23/93, Mrs. Donald Van Abel, Bernice Hopfensperger, age 70, died Saturday, March 27th, 1993, at Lafayette Park Regional Medical Center, Neenah.  She was born August 13th, 1922, in Kaukauna, the daughter of the late Charles and Anna (Weyenberg) Hopfensperger.  Bernice married Donald Van Abel on June 28th, 1945, at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Kaukauna.  She was co-founder and partner in the present-day Van Abel’s Supper Club, Holland town.  She was a member of the St. Francis Catholic Church, Holland town.  Bernice is survived by her husband of 45 years, Donald; four daughters and a son in law, Pat and Charlie Lindberg, of High Cliff, Sue Van Abel,  Katie Coenen and her three children Chris, Ann and Lee Coenen, all of Holland town, and Joan Van Abel, of Kaukauna; two stepdaughters and sons in law; Diane and Paul Coenen, of Greenville, and Julie and Jeff Baker, of San Diego California; three stepsons and daughters in law, Don and Kathy Lindberg, of Little Chute, Chuck and Mary Lindberg, of Yorba Linda California; and David and Susan Lindbergh, of Anaheim Calif.; 11 step grandchildren; a brother and two sisters in law, Irvin and Bea Hopfensperger, of Kaukauna, and Connie Hopfensperger, of Little Chute; a sister and two brothers in law, Dolores and Bud Garvey, of Freedom and Don Stuyvenberg, of Little Chute.  She is also survived by her husband's business partners: her husband's a brother and wife, Wil and Duff Van Abel, of Holland town; her husband's sister and spouse, Marianne and Ralph Griesbach, of Sterling Ill., and her husband's sister in law and Julie and Marvin Hooyman, of Kaukauna.  She was preceded in death by a son in law, Earl Coenen, one brother, Melvin Hopfensperger, and one sister, Dorothy Stuyvenberg.  The funeral service will be at 11:30 a.m., Tuesday, March 30th, 1993, at St. Francis Catholic Church, Holland town, with Father William Rickert officiating.  Burial will be in the St. Francis cemetery, Holland town.

Van Abel, Donald

2003 Appleton Post Crescent dated 4/6/2003; Van Abel, Donald M., Hollandtown< /br>Age 81, died peacefully Thursday, April 3, 2003 at Appleton Medical Center. Donald was born July 26, 1922 to the late William and Nell (Curtin) Van Abel in Hollandtown. On June 28, 1945 he married the former Bernice Hopfensperger and together they resided in Hollandtown their entire married lives. On March 27, 1993, she preceded him in death. Don and Bernice, along with Will and Duff, owned and operated Van Abel’s Supper Club. His greatest enjoyment came from visiting with employees, customers and longtime friends at the restaurant. Don was a member of St. Francis Catholic Church, Hollandtown where he sang in the Men’s Choir, a member of the Fox Valley Golf Course, the Knights of Columbus and was a founding member of the Hollandtown Fire Dept.< /br>Survivors include four daughters and a son-in-law: Pat and Charlie Lindberg, Sherwood and his children, Sue Van Abel, Katie Coenen both of Hollandtown and Joan Van Abel of Kaukauna; three grandchildren: Chris, Ann and Lee Coenen; special nephews and niece; Tim, Mike, John, Jerry, Pat and Jane (Marx), who worked by his side as they grew up; two sister-in-laws: Duff Van Abel of Hollandtown and Julie and Marv Hooyman, Arizona; a sister and brother-in-law, Marianne and Ralph Griesbach of Sterling, Illinois. Don is further survived by his wife’s family; Bea Hopfensperger, Kaukauna, Bud Garvey, Freedom, Don and Ginger Stuyvenberg, Kimberly and Connie Hopfensperger, Gillett. He will also be missed by numerous nieces, nephews, great nieces and great nephews. He was preceded in death by his wife, Bernice; a son-in-law, Earl Coenen, three brothers and a sister-in-law: Will Van Abel, Bob and Helen Van Abel, Jerry Van Abel; a sister and a brother-in-law, Nancy and Bud Grams.< /br>The funeral service will be 11:00 a.m. on Monday, April 7, 2003 at St. Francis Catholic Church of Hollandtown with Fr. Jack Mullarkey officiating. Burial will take place in the parish cemetery. Friends will be received at the Boettcher Family Funeral Home, 2401 Fieldcrest Drive, Kaukauna on Sunday, April 6, 2003 from 2:00 p.m. until 6:00 p.m. and again on Monday at Church from 8:30 a.m. until the time of service. A parish prayer service will conclude the evening Sunday at 6 p.m. In lieu of flowers, a memorial is being established in his name.

Van Abel, Mary (Campbell)

2002 Green Bay Press Gazette Dated 1/31/2002; Van Abel, Mary H.< /br> Surrounded by her loving family, Mary, 101, St. Paul Manor, Kaukauna, died on Monday, Jan. 28, 2002, at the Appleton Medical Center. Mary was born in Hollandtown, on Mar. 27, 1900, daughter of the late William and Anna (Glasheen) Campbell. In 1928, Mary married Bert Van Abel in Hollandtown; Bert preceded her in death in 1946. Many will remember Mary as a dedicated and devout Christian woman who dedicated her entire life to the instruction of the young and the raising of her own family. She attended the Outagamie County Normal School and taught elementary school first in Hollandtown and later at Sybil Hoppe School in Green Bay until the time of her retirement.< /br> Survivors include two sons, Tom (Jacquelyn) Van Abel and Jim (Marlene) Van Abel, both of Kaukauna; six grandchildren, Gary (Elizabeth) Van Abel and their children, Carolyn, Mary and Michael; Dick (Sue) Van Abel and their sons, Luke and John; Karen (Joe) Meyer and their children, Leah, Laura and Bryan; Mark (Kim) Van Abel and their daughter, Lauren; Amy (Bill) Sarles and their daughters, Molly, Megan and Emily; Craig (Mary) Van Abel and their sons, Joshua and Nicholas.< /br> Mary was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Bert in 1946; brothers, Maurice (Hazel) Campbell, Alban (Rachel) Campbell, Harold Campbell, Howard (Gertrude) Campbell and Willard Campbell; and by sisters, Winifred (Charles) Joyce, Olive (John) Milton, Sadie Campbell and Ruth (Tom) Campbell.The funeral liturgy for Mary will be held at 10:30 a.m. on Friday, Feb. 1, 2002, at ST. FRANCIS CATHOLIC CHURCH, Hollandtown, with Fr. Jack Mullarkey officiating. Interment will be in the parish cemetery. Friends may call directly at the church on Friday from 9 a.m. until the hour of the liturgy.< /br> FARGO FUNERAL HOME 400 W. Wisconsin Avenue Kaukauna 766-6200 www.fargofuneralhomes.com< /br> < /br> 2002 Appleton Post Crescent dated 1/31/2002; Van Abel, Mary H. St. Paul Manor Kaukauna< /br> Surrounded by her loving family, Mary, age 101, died Monday, January 28, 2002 at the Appleton Medical Center. Mary was born in Hollandtown on March 27, 1900, daughter of the late William and Anna (Glasheen) Campbell. In 1928, Mary married Bert Van Abel in Hollandtown; Bert preceded her in death in 1946. Many will remember Mary as a dedicated and devout Christian woman who dedicated her entire life to the instruction of the young and the raising of her own family. She attended the Outagamie County Normal School and taught elementary school first in Hollandtown, and later at Sybil Hoppe School in Green Bay until the time of her retirement.< /br> Survivors include two sons: Tom (Jacquelyn) Van Abel and Jim (Marlene) Van Abel, both of Kaukauna; six grandchildren: Gary (Elizabeth) Van Abel and their children Carolyn, Mary, and Michael; Dick (Sue) Van Abel and their sons Luke and John; Karen (Joe) Meyer and their children Leah, Laura, and Bryan; Mark (Kim) Van Abel and their daughter Lauren; Amy (Bill) Sarles and their daughters Molly, Megan, and Emily; Craig (Mary) Van Abel and their sons Joshua and Nicholas. Mary was preceded in death by her parents; her husband Bert in 1946; brothers Maurice (Hazel) Campbell, Alban (Rachel) Campbell, Harold Campbell, Howard (Gertrude) Campbell, and Willard Campbell; and by sisters Winifred (Charles) Joyce, Olive (John) Milton, Sadie Campbell, and Ruth (Tom) Campbell.< /br> The funeral liturgy for Mary will be held at 10:30 AM on Friday, February 1, 2002 at ST. FRANCIS CATHOLIC CHURCH, Hollandtown with Fr. Jack Mullarkey officiating. Interment will be in the parish cemetery. Friends may call directly at the church on Friday from 9 AM until the hour of the liturgy.

Van Asten, Anna (Romenesko)

1963 Appleton Post Crescent dated 5/17/1963; Mrs. Arnold VanAsten, Anna Romenesko, Little Chute, age 56, passed away at 3:25 a.m. Friday at her home. She was born August 13th, 1906 in Freedom and had been a resident of Little Chute for the past 36 years. She was a member of the St. Elizabeth society of St. John Catholic Church, Little Chute. Mrs. VanAsten is survived by her husband; two daughters, Donna, at home; Mrs. Donald (Lavonne) Natrop, Route 4 Appleton; two sons, Gordon, Little Chute; Jerome, Route 4 Appleton; four brothers, Walter Romenesko of Kaukauna; Leonard Romenesko of Kimberly, Joseph and Wenzel Romenesko of Little Chute, three sisters, Miss Catherine Romenesko; Mrs. and John (Margaret) Vandenheuvel and Mrs. Stella Sanders, all of Little Chute; 11 grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 9:00 a.m. Monday at St. John Catholic Church, Little Chute, with a solemn High Mass. Burial will be in the parish cemetery.

Van Asten, Barbara (Verhagen)

2003 Appleton Post Crescent dated 12/17/2003; Van Asten, Barbara R., “Bob”, Little Chute< /br> Age 85, died Tuesday, December 16, 2003 at St. Paul Home, Kaukauna. She was born August 27, 1918 in Kaukauna; daughter of Michael and Catherine (Dercks) Verhagen. Barbara married Urban P. Van Asten, September 14, 1937 and he preceded her in death January 8, 1987. Mrs. Van Asten was a member of St. John Nepomucene Catholic Church, Little Chute and the St. Elizabeth Society. She was also a member of the Golden Agers and the “Cousins Club”. Barbara read her prayer book every day and loved the Christmas season. She was a loving mother, grandmother and great-grandmother.< /br> Mrs. Van Asten is survived by her children: Jim (Audrey) Van Asten, Kaukauna; Linda (Dan) Gloudemans, Little Chute; Judy (Gary) Valentyne, Kimberly; Greg (Becky) Van Asten, Little Chute; a son-in-law, Jerry Fox, Suring; 14 grandchildren: Bob (Mary), Mike (Brenda), Tracy (Al), Scott (Kim), Rick (Michelle), Rob (Michelle), Todd (Amber), Jenny (Troy), Shelly (Brian), Chad, Beth, Taresa, Tony, Paige, Tom (Libbie), Tim (Tina), Brian; 23 great-grandchildren; a brother, Mike Verhagen, Greenville; a sister, Jeanette Van Deurzen, Little Chute; three sisters-in-law: Pat Verhagen, Florida; Lexie and Irene Van Asten, both of Little Chute; nieces, nephews and other relatives. She was preceded in death by a daughter, Pat Fox; brothers and sisters: Rosella (Henry) Felauer, Josephine (Hubert) George, Wilma (Nick) Vande Hey, Dorothy (Rich) Wolf, Florence (Vick) Stoege, Jim (Dot) Verhagen, Rita (Bob) Wegand, Don Verhagen, Elizabeth Verhagen; brothers and sisters-in-law: Melvin, Maurice and Cy (Joyce) Van Asten, Bern-adette (Elmer) Huss, Mathilda (Ambrose) Weigman.< /br> Funeral services will be held at 4:00 p.m. Thursday, December 18, 2003 at Holy Cross Catholic Church, Kaukauna with Rev. Msgr. James Vanden Hogen officiating. Interment will be in St. John Cemetery, Little Chute. Friends may call at the church from 1:00 p.m. Thursday until the time of the mass. A memorial for Alzheimer’s research has been established.< /br> Barbara’s family wishes to thank St. Paul Home and staff for their loving care and concern.< /br> VERKUILEN FUNERAL HOME101 Canal StreetLittle Chute 788-3321< /br>  

Van Asten, Carl

1998 Appleton Post Crescent dated 1/9/1998, Kaukauna, Carl A. Van Asten, age 69, passed away Thursday morning, January 8th, 1998, at St. Elizabeths hospital.  Carl was born on November 14th, 1928, in Little Chute, a son of the late Henry and Catherine (Verhagen) VanAsten.  He was a lifelong resident of the town of a VandenBroek where he farmed all his life.  He also worked for Kimberly Clark and Repap for 45 years.  He is survived by his wife of 47 years, Donna M. (Roberts) VanAsten, of Kaukauna, his sons, Jeffrey (Diane) VanAsten, of Kaukauna; Randall (Jan) VanAsten, of Kaukauna, Thomas (Sue) VanAsten, Kaukauna; Stephen VanAsten, of Kaukauna; Scott (Shari) VanAsten, of Kaukauna; Charles (Lisa) VanAsten, of Kaukauna; a daughter Kim Dennis, of Kaukauna; 12 grandchildren, Jesse, Julie, and Lisa VanAsten; Amy, Jill, and Matt VanAsten; Jenny and Chris VanAsten, Samantha, John Carl, and Stephanie Dennis, and Joshua Jansen; three brothers; Floyd (Irene) VanAsten, of Little Chute; Arthur (Jan) VanAsten, of Wild Rose; Eugene (Marge) VanAsten, of Little Chute; five sisters: Millie (and the late Robert) Bachman, of Kaukauna; Lillian (Edward) VanHeuklon, of  Little Chute; Marion (and the late Lawrence) Dufrane, of Little Chute; Marjorie (Edward) Belongea, of Kimberly; Carol (Eugene) Diedrick, of Combined Locks; four brothers in law: Gerald Roberts, of Pelican Lake; Lawrence (Donna) Roberts, of Appleton; Thomas (Laurie) Roberts, of Little Chute; David Roberts, of Tomah.  He is further survived by a sister in law, Pat VanAsten, of Kaukauna; and a brother in law, Don Roehrborn.  Carl is further survived by numerous nieces and nephews, and other relatives and many dear friends.  He was preceded in death by his siblings Robert VanAsten, Rita VanAsten and Ila Roehrborn, mother and father in law Walter and Anne (Strelke) Roberts; and a brother in law, Michael Roberts.  Carl enjoyed farming, hunting, fishing and especially being outdoors with his wife Donna and family.  Funeral services will be held at St. John's Catholic Church in Little Chute on Saturday January 10th, 1998 at 11:00 a.m..

 

Van Asten, Catherine (Verhagen)

1967 Appleton Post Crescent dated 10/26/1967; Mrs. Henry VanAsten, age 66, passed away at 9:00 a.m. Thursday after a lingering illness. She was born October 9th, 1901 in Freedom. She was a member of the St. Elizabeth society of St. John's Catholic Church in Little Chute. She is survived by her husband Henry; six daughters, Mrs. Robert (Mildred) Bachmann, Appleton; Mrs. Edward (Lillian) VanHeuklon, Mrs. Lawrence (Marian) DuFrane, Little Chute; Mrs. Donald (Ila Mae) Roehrborn, of Kaukauna; and Mrs. Edward (Margie) Belongea, of Kimberly; and Mrs. Eugene (Carrol) Diedrich, Combined Locks; five sons, Robert, Appleton and; Carl, Kaukauna; Floyd, Arthur and Eugene of Little Chute; two brothers, Henry over Verhagen, Cottbus, Kaukauna, and John over Verhagen of Little Chute; two sisters, Mrs. William Pennings and Mrs. Mary Ozborn, both of Kaukauna; 58 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 9:00 a.m. Saturday at St. John's Catholic Church with Reverend MartinVosbeek officiating. Burial will be in the parish cemetery.

 

Van Asten, Henry W

1980 Appleton Post Crescent dated 5/28/1980; Henry Van Asten age 87, died at 2:45 a.m. Wednesday after a brief illness. He was born August 21st, 1892 in the town of Vanden Broek. He had been employed at the Combined Locks Paper Co. for 43 years prior to his retirement. He was a member of the Catholic Order of Foresters and he had served in the Army during World War I. Survivors include six daughters, Mrs. Robert (Mildred) Bachmann of Appleton, Mrs. Edward (Lillian) VanHeuklon, of Kimberly, Mrs. Lawrence (Marion) DuFrane, of Llittle Chute, Mrs. Donald (Ila Mae) Roehrborn, of Kaukauna, Mrs. (Ed) Margie Belongea, of Kimberly, Mrs. Eugene (Carrol) Diedrick, of Combined Locks, four sons; Carl, Kaukauna, Floyd and Eugene at both of Little Chute, Art of Combined Locks, three brothers, Arnold and Martin, both of Little Chute, Al in California, 63 grandchildren and 36 great-grandchildren and. He was preceded in death by his wife Catherine, his son, Robert, and his daughter, Rita. The funeral will be held at 11:00 a.m. Friday at St. John Catholic Church, Little Chute with Reverend Richard Klingeisen officiating. Internment will be in the parish cemetery.

 

Van Asten, Patricia (Miller)

 2001 Appleton Post Crescent dated 11/8/2001; Van Asten, Patricia, 3000 Bicentennial Court, Kaukauna< /br> Age 74, died Tuesday, November 6, 2001, at Appleton Medical Center. Patricia was born on August 2, 1927, in Appleton to the late Oscar and Hazel (Olson) Miller. She married Robert W. Van Asten on August 7, 1947; he preceded her in death on August 12, 1974. With her husband, Patricia farmed until 1966. Survivors include sisters-in-law: Mildred Bachman, Marian Dufrane, Donna Van Asten, Marge (Edward) Belongea, Carol (Gene) Diedrick, and Mae Miller; her brothers-in-law: Floyd (Irene) Van Asten, Arthur (Jan) Van Asten and Don Roehrborn, Eugene (Marge) Van Asten; her cousin, Audrey (Hermie) Stecker; many nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. She was preceded in death by her brother Buzz Miller, four brothers-in-law and three sisters-in-law. Funeral services will be held at 7 p.m. on Thursday (TODAY), November 8, 2001, at WICHMANN FUNERAL HOME, Appleton, with Fr. Jim Lucas officiating. Friends may call directly at the funeral home on Thursday from 4 p.m. until the time of services. In lieu of flowers, a memorial has been established in her name.< /br> Patricia's family would like to extend a sincere thank you to her friends at the Bicentennial Court Apartments and the staff of Appleton Medical Center-ICU for their loving care. WICHMANN FUNERAL HOME 537 North Superior Street Appleton739-1231

 

Van Asten, Urban

1987 Appleton Post Crescent dated 2/9/1987; Urban VanAsten, Little Chute, age 71, loving husband, father and grandfather, died at 7:40 a.m. Thursday, January 8th, 1987 after a long illness. He was born November 12th, 1915 in Little Chute. He was employed by the Kimberly-Clark Corporation prior to his retirement. He was a member of St. John Catholic Church; the Kimberly-Clark Quarter-Century Club. Survivors include his wife, Barbara Verhaugen VanAsten; three daughters and sons in law: Patricia and Jerry Fox Suring; Linda and Dan Gloudemans, Little Chute; Judy and Gary Valentyne, Kimberly; two sons and daughters in law: James and Audrey VanAsten, Gregory and Becky VanAsten, all of Little Chute: two sisters, Bernadette Huss, Little Chute; Mathilda Weigman, Kaukauna: three sisters in law: Lexie and Irene VanAsten, both of Little chute; Joyce VanAsten, Menasha; and 15 grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents Hattie and John VanAsten; three brothers: Melvin, Maurice and Cy VanAsten. Funeral services will be at 11:00 a.m. Saturday from St. John Catholic Church with Reverend Monsignor Jim VandenHogen officiating. Internment will be in the parish cemetery.

 

VanBeek, Grace (Romenesko)

2003 Appleton Post Crescent dated 7/1/2003; Van Beek, Grace M., (Grace Romenesko Van Beek), Freedom, Age 82, passed away at her home on Sunday, June 29, 2003. Grace was born in Little Chute on August 7, 1920, daughter of the late Joseph and Ann (Van Handel) Hinkens. On September 28, 1939, Grace married Elmer Romenesko who preceded her in death in 1972. On April 26, 1976, she married John Van Beek who preceded her in death in 1993. Many will remember Grace for the years she spent employed at Geenen’s Supermarket in Freedom. She was a faithful member of St. Nicholas Catholic Church and is Christian Mothers Society, as well as the Golden Agers. She especially enjoyed crafts and travel.< /br> Grace is survived by four children: Donald (Pam) Romenesko of Kimberly; Thomas (Sue) Romenesko of Iron River, Michigan; Sharon (Richard) Stuck of Freedom; Keith (Debbie) Romenesko of Antigo; two step-sons: Roger (Doris) Van Beek of Greenleaf and Norman (Marge) Van Beek of Freedom; four half-brothers: Romy (Mary) Hinkens of Fremont; Darrell (Barb) Hinkens of Appleton; Richard (Beata) Hahn of Little Chute; Don (Bonnie) Thews of Appleton; a half-sister: Virginia Hinkens of Appleton; eight grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; seven step-grandchildren; sixteen step-great-grandchildren; two sisters-in-law: Verona Peters and Mary Sievers; and her special friends Dick (Donna) Kilsdonk of Appleton and Tom (Lois) Shandony of Neenah. She was preceded in death by her parents, two husbands, brothers Raymond Hinkens and DuWayne Hinkens, sisters Bernice Zwiers and Cynthia LeClere, and by two step-grandsons Roland Van Beek and Mark Van Beek.< /br> The funeral liturgy for Grace will be held at 10:00 AM on Wednesday, July 2, 2003 at ST. NICHOLAS CATHOLIC CHURCH in Freedom. Interment will be in the parish cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home on Tuesday from 4 - 8 PM and again Wednesday from 8:30 AM until 9:30 AM at which time the procession will leave for the church. There will be no visitation at the church on Wednesday. There will be a parish prayer and scripture service at the funeral home on Tuesday at 7:30 PM.< /br> Grace will be remembered as a loving and devoted wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, and sister. She touched the hearts of all who knew and loved her. Grace was a generous woman who always placed the needs of others before those of her own. She will be deeply missed by those she leaves behind. We love you, Mom, and will never forget you.< /br> FARGO FUNERAL HOME400 W. Wisconsin AvenueKaukauna 766-6200www.fargofuneralhomes.com< /br>  

 

Vandehey, Florence (Busse)

2001 Appleton Post Crescent dated 8/29/2001; Vandehey, Florence M. Omro< /br> Age 80, died August 24, 2001 at Webster Manor after a brief illness. She was born February 13, 1921 in Kaukauna; the daughter of William and Cornelia (Kilsdonk) Busse. She graduated from Appleton High School. In 1941, she married Milton Vandehey. They moved to Sun Prairie in 1964. She was a member of Sacred Hearts of Jesus & Mary Church, The Catholic Order of Foresters, the Marian Circle, and the Colonial Club.< /br> Survivors include a daughter, Catherine "Katie" Hooper, Cortez, Colorado; friend and daughter-in-law, Victoria Vandehey, Oshkosh; daughter-in-law, Diana Vandehey, Sun Prairie; four grandchildren: Bryan Vandehey, Oshkosh; Aimee Vandehey, Wausaukee; Carrie Barrentine, Cortez, Colorado; Tara Vandehey, Sun Prairie; two great-grandchildren, Bethany and Zachery Vandehey, Wausaukee; a sister, Jean Theiss, Appleton; nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.< /br> Florence was preceded in death by her husband, a son Paul, her parents, two brothers, a sister, and two brothers-in-law.< /br> A memorial mass for Florence will be celebrated at 11:00 a.m. Thursday, August 30, 2001 at St. Mary's Catholic Church, 442 Monroe St., Oshkosh, with the Rev. Robert Stegmann and Sr. Judy Miller officiating. Fiss & Bills - Poklasny Funeral Homes 235-1170

 

VandeHey, Nicholas

1985 Appleton Post Crescent dated 11/5/1985; Nicholas "Pope" VandeHey, 526 Vandenbroek St. Little Chute;< /br> Age 80; died unexpectedly at 10:30 a.m. Monday, November 4, 1985. He was born June 26, 1905, in Wrightstown. He had been employed by the Kimberly Clark Corporation prior to his retirement in 1971. He was a member of St. John Catholic Church, the Catholic Order of Foresters, the Kimberly-Clark Quarter Centery Club, the Little Chute Golden Agers, and the AARP. Survivors include two daughters and, sons-in-laws: Dolores and Jim DeBruin, Little Chute; Nancie and Melvin White, Wilmington, Ohio; five sons and daughters-in-law and Ethel, Freedom; Tom and Peggy, Little Chute; Bruce and Sharon, Little Chute; Wayne and Luann, Brillion; Dale and Debbie, Little Chute; five brothers: Dave, Kimberly; Leonard, Little Chute; Ernest, Kaukauna; Amos, Wrightstown; Gordon, Freedom; three sisters: Mrs. Gertrude Vandenberg, DePere; Mrs. Irene Verhagen, Little Chute; Mrs. Norbert (Lorraine) Weyenberg, Hollandtown; 25 grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; a special friend, Myrtle Hietpas, Little Chute. He was preceded in death by his parents, his wife, Wilma, and a son, Jerry, a daughter; Ethel, two sisters, Delia and Margaret,. three brothers, Pete, Clem; and Fritz. The funeral will be at 12 noon Wednesday from St. John Catholic Church, with the Rev. Paul Radetski officiating. Interment will be in the parish cemetery. Friends may call at the Verkuilen, Funeral Home, from 4 .to 9 .m. Tuesday (tonight) and from 10 a.m. Wednesday until the time of the service.< /br> There will be a Golden Agers rosary at-6:30 p.m. (tonight) and a parish prayer service at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday (tonight)< /br>  

 

Vande Hey, Wilma (Verhagen)

1978 Appleton Post Crescent dated 6/20/1978; Mrs. Nick VandeHey, Wilma Verhagen, age 65, died at 10:00 p.m. Monday after a lingering illness. She was born August 21st, 1912 in Kaukauna. She was a member of the Christian mother society, she is survived by her husband, Nick, two daughters, Mrs. James (Dolores) DeBruin, of Little Chute, Mrs. Melvin (Nancy) White, of Wilmington, Ohio, five sons, Eugene of Freedom, Thomas, Bruce, and Dale, all of Little Chute, Wayne of Green Bay, three brothers, Michael Verhagen of Appleton, James Verhagen of Kaukauna, and Donald Verhagen of Wrightstown, five sisters Mrs. Hubert (Phine) Georgeof Kaukauna, Mrs. Vic (Florence) Stage, Mrs. Urban (Barbara) VanAsten, Mrs. Robert (Janette) VanDeurzen, all of Little Chute, and Mrs. Dorothy Wolf of Kaukauna, 22 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents, to children and three sisters. The funeral be at 10:30 a.m. Thursday from Holy Cross Catholic Church in Kaukauna, with Reverend John Bergstadt officiating. Internment will be in the St. John's cemetery in Little Chute.

 

Vandenberg, Catharine (Powers)

1967 Kenosha News dated 8/15/1967; Long Illness claims Mrs. Elsie Vandenberg.< /br> Mrs. Elsie Vandenberg, 77, formerly of 6621 22nd Ave., died at the Sheridan Nursing Home, early this morning after a long illness.< /br> She was born Feb. 14, 1890 in Buchanan, Wis., daughter of the late Mr. & Mrs. John Powers. She received her early education in Holland Township, Wis., and came to Kenosha in 1908. On Oct. 12, 1909 she married John J. Vandenberg in Fond du Lac, and he preceded her in death on Oct 4, 1922.< /br> Mrs. Vandenberg was a member of St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church and the Altar Society. She is survived by two sons, Oral H. and Howard, both of Kenosha; one brother, Edward of New York City; a sister, Mrs. Eleanor Hansen of Green Bay, four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by one son, Eugene; one daughter, Miss Evelyn; three brothers and three sisters.

 

Vandenberg, Howard E

Obit missing - died 3/15/1992 Madison, WI.

 

Vandenberg, John E

Original Obit Missing, died in action WWII 8/17/1942 (resided in Kenosha, WI)

 

Vandenberg, John J.

1922 Kenosha Evening News dated Oct 4, 1922- J.J. Vandenberg is Killed When Pinned Under Body of Car - Finds Fathers Body - Four Year Old Son Goes To Call Father To Dinner and Finds Him Under Automobile.< /br> Pinned under the weight of an automobile which he was repairing, preparatory to a vacation trip, John J. Vandenberg, aged 42 years, long an employee of the Chicago and Northwestern Railway Company, was crushed to death just after noon today in the garage at his home at 720 Howland Ave. He was found dying under the car by his four year old son Eugene, who at his mother's direction had been sent to call the father to dinner. "Daddy's hurt - I can't wake him" the child hurried back to tell his mother. Mrs. Vandenberg hurried to the garage and found her husband pinned beneath the rear end of the automobile. Help was summonded immediately and he was extricated from under the weight of the car at once. He was hurried to Kenosha hospital in a police ambulance. It was believed that he was still barely living when found. By the time the ambulance reached the hospital, Dr. S.W. Murphy had been summoned, who pronounced the man dead. Examination showed that his heart had been crushed by the weight of the car and that there had been no hope of recovery. On Tuesday evening Vandenberg had made plans to take his family on a vacation trip through the northern part of the state. This morning he had been at work repairing one of the springs on his large touring car preparatory to the trip. The rear of the car was on jacks and Vandenberg was beneath it working on the springs. One of the jacks evidently slipped allowing the weight of the body to fall on him. The gasoline tank hit him over the heart, this blow causing his death. The deceased for several weeks past has been employed as a deputy sheriff in the yards of the Northwestern Railway Company. Prior to that time he had been a watchman employed by that company. He had a wide circle of friends and his death has cast a shadow over the entire community which he lived.< /br> Surviving him are his widow, Mrs. Elsie Vandenberg, and three sons, Oral, 12, Eugene, 4 and Howard, seven months. He is also survived by four brothers, Anton and Henry of Kenosha, Theodore of Butte, Mont., and Joseph of Omaha, and by six sisters, Mrs. Charles Clark of Kenosha, Miss Mary Vandenberg of Chicago, Mrs. Bardeen Wilpolt, Kaukauna, and Agnes and Florence Vandenberg of Sheboygan. The remains were taken from the Kenosha Hospital to the Crossin funeral parlors. Announcements to the funeral services will be made later.

 

Vandenberg, Laurene (Van Dyke)

1979 Kenosha News, dated 7/11/1979; Laurene Vandenberg, Mrs. Oral H. (Laurene C.) Vandenberg, 64, of 1914 74th Pl., died Tuesday afternoon at Kenosha Memoral Hospital after a year long illness. She was born on April 13, 1915 in Chaseburg, Wis., the daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Philo (Augusta Bluske) VanDyke. She was educated in the Chaseburg schools and the LaCrosse Wis. High school. She came to Kenosha in 1935. On Nov. 6, 1937 in St. Thomas Aquinas church she married Oral H. Vandenberg. She was a member of St. Thomas Aquinas church and its Alter Society. Surviving are her husband; a daughter, Mrs. Joseph (Rita) Daas, Milwaukee, two grandchildren; a brother, Virgil, Durand, Wis., and a sister Mrs. Edna Hulsether, Viroqua, Wis. She was preceded in death by two sisters, Mrs. Mabel Grosskopf and Mrs. Sadie Berg.

 

Vandenberg, Oral H

Obit Missing - died 7/26/1996 Menomenee Falls, WI.

 

Vandenberg, Quentin P

2004 Appleton Post Crescent dated 2/29/2004; Vandenberg, Quentin P.< /br> Quentin P. Vandenberg, age 85, died Friday afternoon, Feb. 27, 2004, at Cherry Meadows Hospice. He was born Oct. 31, 1918, the youngest of 15 children, to the late Corneal and Magdalene (Blindauer) Vandenberg, in Freedom, where he was a resident all of his life. Quin served with the U. S. Army from 1941-1945, with the Medical Corps, in the European Theatre, in Africa and Italy. Following his discharge, Quin, married Blanche P. Conrad on April 25, 1946, at St. Nicholas Catholic Church, Freedom. He had been employed by Miller Electric for 34 years retiring in 1984. Quin was an avid Packer and Brewer fan and enjoyed playing cards and spending time with his family. He was a member of St. Nicholas Catholic Church and the Freedom VFW Post #7692.< /br> Survivors include his wife, Blanche P. Vandenberg; three sons and daughters-in-law, Ken and Marlene Vandenberg, Freedom; Gary and Dawn Vandenberg, Hortonville; Daryl and Ginger Vandenberg, Little Chute; three daughters and two sons-in-law, Shirley and Charlie Kramer, Freedom; Darlene Davis; and special friend, Bruce Grant, Hortonville; Lavonne “Bonnie” and Dan Verbeten, Kimberly. “Grandpa” will be deeply missed by his 19 precious grandchildren and their families; Shanna (Mike) Zahn, Shane (fiance, Brandy Ann) Vandenberg; Jason (fiance, Jenny), Gale and Chris Vandenberg; Wendy (fiance, Ed), Tracy and Kyle Vandenberg; Tina (Larry) Larsen, Jodi (Ross) Schmechel, Kerry (Gary) Peterson, C.J. Kramer; Chad, Shawn, Bret Springstroh, Kelly (Todd) Schroeder; Nanette (John) Gerrits, Ryan Hooyman and Eric Verbeten. He is also survived by eight great grandchildren; a sister, Loretta Malkowski, Valljo, Calif.; three sisters-in-law, Harriet Conrad and Eva Conrad, Freedom; and Mamie Conrad, Appleton; many dear nieces and nephews, countless neighbors and friends who will cherish Quin’s legacy of life and love.< /br> Quin’s son, Terry preceded him into heaven in 2000. Also welcoming him “home” are his brothers and sisters, members of Blanche’s family and many others whose lives were touched by Quin’s unlimited love and gentleness.< /br> The funeral liturgy for Quentin will be held at 5 p.m., Monday, March 1, 2004, at ST. NICHOLAS CATHOLIC CHURCH, County Trunk E, Freedom, with Father Dennis Ryan officiating. Burial will be in St. Nicholas Cemetery. Friends will be received at the church from 3 P.M., Monday, until the time of the service. A memorial fund is being established.< /br> Blanche and her family would like to extend their thanks and appreciation to the staffs of Cherry Meadows Hospice, Appleton Medical Center and St. Paul Home for their compassionate love and care during Quin’s final hours.< /br>  

Vandenberg, Terrance H

2001 Appleton Post Crescent dated 11/1/2001Vandenberg, Terrance H.; Brewster Village< /br> Formerly of Freedom, died at Brewster Village in Appleton on Monday, October 29, 2001 at the age of 41. The funeral liturgy for Terry will be held at 5 p.m. on Friday, November 2, 2001 at ST. NICHOLAS CATHOLIC CHURCH, N4088 County Road E in Freedom with Reverend Dennis M. Ryan officiating. Friends may call directly at the church on Friday from 3 p.m. until the hour of the service.< /br> FARGO FUNERAL HOME< /br> < /br> 2001 Appleton Post Crescent dated 10/31/2001; Vandenberg, Terrance H; Brewster Village< /br> Formerly of Freedom, died at Brewster Village in Appleton on Monday, October 29, 2001 at the age of 41. Terry was born in Kaukauna on August 4, 1960, son of Quentin and Blanche (Conrad) Vandenberg. As a young man, he attended Plamann School in Appleton where he participated in track events in the Special Olympics. Terry was a lover of music and listened to recordings of all kinds. Everyone will remember him for his love of life, for his easy-going ways, and for his constant smile. He is survived by his parents: Quentin and Blanche Vandenberg, Freedom; three sisters: Shirley (Charlie) Kramer, Freedom; Darlene Davis, Appleton; Lavonne "Bon" (Dan) Verbeten, Kimberly; three brothers: Ken (Marlene) Vandenberg, Freedom; Gary (Dawn) Vandenberg, Hortonville; Daryl (Ginger)_ Vandenberg, Little Chute. Terry is also survived by several aunts and uncles and by nineteen nieces and nephews, and seven great-nieces and great-nephews. The funeral liturgy for Terry will be held at 5 p.m. on Friday, November 2, 2001 at ST. NICHOLAS CATHOLIC CHURCH, N4088 County Road E in Freedom with Reverend Dennis M. Ryan officiating. Interment will be in the parish cemetery. Friends may call directly at the church on Friday from 3 p.m. until the hour of the service.< /br> Please don't be sad Mom and Dad< /br> For I am homeward bound< /br> To the place I always longed to be-< /br> With angels all around< /br> I'll wait to see your happy face< /br> When you both come up above< /br> For then I'll be able to tell you< /br> Just how much you're loved< /br> The family would like to extend their gratitude to the entire staff at Brewster Village who fondly referred to Terry as "Smiley". You are such dedicated people, your new facility is beautiful, and the care that you provided to Terry was wonderful. He could have been in no better hands. Thank you so very much.

 

 

VandenBoogart, P Arnold

1929 Appleton Post Crescent dated 12/14/1929; Little Chute; Arnold Vanden Boogard, 27, died Friday morning after a several weeks illness with typhoid fever. He is survived by his widow, 1 daughter, Lorraine and two sons Marton and Robert, his parents, Mr & Mrs John vandenBoogaard all of this village. Five brothers and three sisters also survive, they are; Frank, William and Henry of Little Chute, Cornelius of Darboy, John of Portland, Ore. Mrs John Verhagen of Appleton and Mrs Leonard VanThiel of Freedom and Mrs Adrian VanderZander of Little Chute. Funeral services were held Friday afternoon and the requiem high mass was sung Saturday at St. John's church. Burial took place in the Catholic Cemetery.

 

VandenHeuvel, Anne (Verhagen)

2001 Appleton Post Crescent; Anne Christine Vanden Heuvel, 604 Van Buren Street, Little Chute< /br> Age 66, went home to Jesus on Sunday, August 5, 2001, surrounded by her family. She was born April 26, 1935, in Little Chute, daughter of Peter and Elizabeth (Lom) Verhagen. Anne married Kenneth J. Vanden Heuvel, January 25, 1956, at Saint John Church. She was a volunteer at the Fox Cities Homeless Shelter and a member of the St. Elizabeth Society. She enjoyed crafting, painting, pontooning at her cottage on Legend Lake, gardening, reading, sewing and spending time with her grandchildren. Anne was a caring, compassionate nurse, serving the community until her retirement last year.< /br> Anne is survived by her husband, Ken; three daughters, Lori (James) Hietpas, Little Chute; Beth (Ron) Benzschawel, Greenleaf; Katy (Mark) Gloudemans, Little Chute; three sons, Peter (Ann) Vanden Heuvel and Patrick (Sherry) Vanden Heuvel, both of Little Chute; Mark (Clare) Vanden Heuvel, Oshkosh; 16 grandchildren, Kara, Kristin and Kevin Hietpas; Steve Benzschawel; Ryan, Alex and Brynn Gloudemans; Adam, Kelly, Samuel, Amos, Luke, Olivia and Grace Anne Vanden Heuvel; Emily and Josh Liebzeit; a brother, Tom (Jan) Verhagen; two sisters, Jane (Joe) Janssen and Betty (Ken) Schnese; brothers-in-law: Lloyd (Jane), Clarence (Urs), Gene, Paul (Laverne) Vanden Heuvel; four sisters-in-law, Dolores (Mike) Machurick, Donna (Bob) Welch, Barb (Mike) Kons and Noreen Vanden Heuvel; seven Godchildren; many nieces, nephews and special friends.< /br> Anne was preceded in death by her parents; her mother and father-in-law; a grandchild, Isaac Vanden Heuvel; a brother, Peter Verhagen; a sister, Barbara Verhagen; and a brother-in-law, Jerome Vanden Heuvel.< /br> Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday, August 9, 2001, at Saint John Catholic Church, Little Chute, with the Rev. Msgr. James Vanden Hogen officiating. Interment will be in Saint John Cemetery. Friends may call at the Verkuilen Funeral Home from 4 to 8 p.m. Wednesday. A special thank you to the staff at Saint Elizabeth Hospital. In lieu of flowers, a memorial has been established.< /br> We love you more! Your family VERKUILEN FUNERAL HOME 101 Canal Street Little Chute 788-3321

 

VandenHeuvel, John H

1969 Appleton Post Crescent dated 5/16/1969; John H. Vandenheuvel, age 72, passed away Thursday evening after brief illness. He was born January 29th, 1897 in the town of Vandenbroek. He was a former employee of the Kimberly-Clark Corp. of Kimberly, a member of the Holy Name society of St. John Catholic Church, and the American Legion Little Chute Post No. 258, a member of the Quarter Century Club of Kimberly-Clark mill, and a World War I veteran. Survivors are his wife Margaret, one daughter, Mrs. Merle (Jane) Vandenberg of Kimberly, six sons Harold of Milwaukee, Roman of Madison, Ben of Appleton, Father Augustine of Philadelphia, Roger and Noel both of Little Chute, two stepdaughters, Mrs. Peter (Loraine) Vanlankvelt, of Little Chute, Mrs. Walter (Dorothy) Rutten, of Kaukauna, two stepsons, Martin and Vanden Bogart and Robert Vanden Bogart both of Little Chute, five brothers Theodore of Kimberly, Chris of Appleton, Peter, Edward and at Simon all of Little Chute, three sisters, Mrs. Al (Hattie) Wynboom, Mrs. Norbert (Josephine) Hietpas, both of Little Chute, Mrs. Henry (Ella) VanderLoop, Route 5 Appleton, 15 grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 10:00 a.m. Saturday from St. John Catholic Church Little Chute. Internment in the parish cemetery.

 

 

VandenHeuvel, Margaret (Romenesko)

1970 Appleton Post Crescent dated 8/10/1970 Mrs. John Margaret Vandenheuvel, 7 04 Madison Street, Little Chute, age 67, passed away at 2:30 p.m. Saturday. She was born May 9th, 1903 in Freedom. She was a member of the St. Elizabeth society and the Woman's Catholic order of Foresters. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Peter (Loraine) Vanlankvelt, Little Chute Mrs. Walter (Dorothy) Rutten, Kaukauna, one stepdaughter, Mrs. Merle (Jane) Vandenberg, Kimberly; two sons, Martin Vanden Bogart and Robert Vanden Bogart both of Little Chute; six stepsons Harold Vandenheuvel, Milwaukee, Roman Vandenheuvel, Madison, Ben Vandenheuvel, Appleton, Father Augustine, Philadelphia, Roger and Noel Vandenheuvel, both of Little Chute, five brothers, Walter Romenesko, Freedom Leonard, of Kimberly, Joseph and Wenzel, of Little Chute, two sisters, Miss Catherine Romenesko, and Mrs. Stella Sanders, both of Little Chute; and 24 grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 10:00 a.m. Tuesday from St. John Catholic Church, Little Chute. Internment will be in the parish cemetery.

 

VandenHeuvel, Margaret (Verhagen)

1980 Appleton Post Crescent dated 6/12/1980; Mrs. Peter H. VandenHeuvel (Margaret Verhagen); age 80, died at 6:00 a.m. Thursday. She was born September 2nd, 1899 in Freedom. She was a member St. Elizabeth Society and the American Legion auxiliary of Little Chute. She is survived by four daughters and three sons in law, Mrs. Mildred Hermsen, of Little Chute, Martha and Ray Heindel, Kaukauna, Jule and Ted Huiting, Little Chute, Mona and Dr. James Bouressa, of Neenah, a son and daughter in law, Richard and Doris Vandenheuvel of Little Chute, a brother, Nic Verhagen, Neenah, a sister, Mrs. Tony (Mathilda) Oudenhoven, of Kimberly, 21 grandchildren, and 14 great-grandchildren. If she was preceded in death by her husband, Peter, in 1975 and a son-in-law Frank Hermsen Jr. in 1967. The funeral will be at 11:30 a.m. Saturday from St. John Catholic Church Little Chute with Reverend Msgr. James Vandenhogen officiating. Internment will be in the parish cemetery. A memorial fund has been established for the diabetic research fund.

 

VandenHeuvel, Peter

1975 Appleton Post Crescent dated 8/4/1975; Peter H. Vandenheuvel, age 79, died unexpectedly at 5:45 p.m. Saturday. He was born November 22nd, 1895 in at Little Chute. He had been employed by the Kimberly-Clark Corporation until his retirement in 1958. He was a member of the American Legion Post 258, of Little Chute and the Kimberly-Clark Corp. Quarter Century club. He had served in the U.S. Army during World War I. Survivors are his wife, Margaret; four daughters, Mrs. Mildred Hermsen, of Little Chute, Mrs. Ray (Martha) Heidel, of Kaukauna, Mrs. Ted (Jule) Huiting, of Little Chute, Mrs. James (Mona) Bouressa, of Neenah; a son, Dick, of Little Chute; three brothers, Ted, of Kimberly, Chris, of Appleton and, Ed, of Little Chute; three sisters, Mrs. Al (Hattie) Wynboom, and Mrs. Norbert (Josephine) Hietpas, both of Little Chute, Mrs. Henry (Ella) VanderLoop, Route 5 Appleton; 21 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Two brothers, Simon and John preceded him in death. The funeral will be at 10:00 a.m. Tuesday from the St. John Catholic Church Little Chute with Rev. Norbert VandeLoo, the Rev. Bertrand Ebben and the Rev. James Vandenhogen, as celebrants. Internment will be in the parish cemetery. Military rights will follow the mass Tuesday.

 

VandenHeuvel, Simon

1973 Appleton Post Crescent dated 6/12/1973; Simon H Vandenheuvel, age 66, passed away unexpectedly at 9:45 a.m. Monday. He was born February 10th, 1907 in Little Chute and was formerly employed by the Kimberly Clark Corp. until his retirement in 1969. He was a member of the Golden Agers and the Kimberly Clark Quarter-Century club. Survivors are his wife, Mildred Bushman Vandenheuvel, three daughters, Mrs. Gerald (Rita) Ebben, of Barrington Ill., Mrs. Donald (Joan) Sheehy, of Joplin, Mo., Mrs. Kenneth (lois) VandeWettering, of Appleton; four brothers, Ted, of Kimberly; Chris, of Appleton; Peter, and Edward, both of Little Chute; three sisters, Mrs. Norbert (Josephine) Hietpas, of Little Chute, Mrs. Al (Hattie) Wynboom, of Little Chute; Mrs. Henry (Ella) Vanderloop, of Kaukauna, eight grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 11:00 a.m. Wednesday from St. John Catholic Church with the Reverend Norbert VandeLoo officiating. Internment will be in the parish cemetery. < /br> 

 

VanderSanden, Cornelius

1993 Obit Appleton Post Crescent dated 9/23/93, Cornelius VanderSanden, "Casey" 602 Johnson court, Little Chute, age 67, died at 6:10 p.m. Tuesday September 28th, 1993 peacefully with his family at his side. He was born September 2nd, 1926 in Little Chute, the son of the late John and Mary (Hermus) Vandersanden. Casey had served with the U.S. Army during World War Two. He had been employed by the Kimberly Paper Mill for four years, retiring in 1988. He was an avid card player especially enjoyed spending time with his family and friends. He was a lifetime member of St. John Catholic Church and the American Legion Post 258, Little Chute. Survivors include his wife for 45 years, Betty Hietpas VanderSanden; three sons and daughters in law: Dan and Sheila, of Franklin, Jim and Ann, of Little Chute, Lee and Mary, of Kaukauna, two daughters and sons in law, Diane and Wayne Dorn, of Kaukauna, Becky and Ray Hietpas, of Little Chute, 15 grandchildren; Ben, Adam and Laura VanderSanden; Kari, Katie and Kevin Dorn; Jill, Ryan, Jimmy and Scott VanderSarnden; Emily, Jenny and Hilary VanderSanden, Abby and Ashley Hietpas, two sisters and brothers in law, Pat Schuh of Kaukauna, Margaret "Mutz" and Don La Brec, Little Chute, a brother, John VanderSanden, of Pearson. He is further survived by his wife's family mother in law, Margaret Hietpas Pennings, Art and Irene Hietpas, of Appleton, Paul and Ethel Hietpas, of Coleman, Owen and Irene Hietpas, of Florida, Mark Hietpas and friend Betty, of Kaukauna, a special buddy and brother in law, Dennis Hietpas, of Kaukauna, Pat Tatro, of Appleton and Margie Hietpas, of Kaukauna, brothers in law Norbert Mischler, Bill Mattern, and sister in law Yvonne Hietpas. He was preceded in death by his parents, John and Mary VanderSanden; a grandson Robbie VanderSarnden; sister Jane Mischler, Nellie VanderSarnden; father-in-law, William P. Hietpas and William Pennings, brothers in law Henry (Bud) Tatro, Bill Hietpas, Ted Larson, Harry Schuh, sisters in law Bernice Larson and Shirley Mattern. Funeral services will be 8:00 p.m. Thursday from the St. John Catholic Church with Reverend John Doerfler officiating. Internment will be in the parish cemetery.< /br>< /br> 

VanderSanden, Daniel

2005 Appleton Post Crescent dated 2/9/2005; Vander Sanden, Daniel J.< /br> Daniel J. Vander Sanden, age 54, born into Eternal Life on February 7, 2005, at home after a courageous seven-year battle with renal cell carcinoma.< /br> Loving husband of 32 years to Sheila (nee Nack), caring father of Benjamin Daniel, Adam Lee and Laura Joan. Big brother of Diane Dorn, Jim (Ann), Lee (Mary) and Becky (Ray) Hietpas. Further survived by many other family and friends.< /br> Daniel was born and raised in Little Chute and was preceded in death by his parents: Cornelius and Betty and his father and mother-in-law: Robert and Alice Nack.< /br> 1972 graduate of MSOE. Employed with Derse Exhibits for 30 years. Also volunteer fireman/EMT for several years with the Franklin Fire Department.< /br> Memorial Gathering at St. Mary Faith Community, 9520 W. Forest Home Ave., Hales Corner on Saturday, February 12, from 10 a.m. until the time of Memorial Mass at 12 noon. In lieu of flowers memorials to Kidney Cancer Association or St. Mary Parish.< /br> HARTSON FUNERAL HOME

 

VanderSanden, Elizabeth "Betty" (Hietpas)

2004 Appleton Post Crescent dated 11/3/2004; Vander Sanden, Betty nee Hietpas< /br>Betty Vander Sanden, nee Hietpas, of Little Chute, age 75, died Thursday, November 4th, 2004, at home peacefully with her family by her side, after a short battle with cancer. Betty was born April 29, 1929, in Kaukauna, daughter of the late William and Margaret (Verhagen) Hietpas. She married Cornelius Vander Sanden October 6, 1948, at St. John Nepomucene Catholic Church, Little Chute, where she was a lifelong member. He preceded her in death September 28, 1993.< /br>She was a member of the St. Elizabeth Society and an avid card player. She cherished the time spent with her family and many friends.< /br>Betty is survived by five children: Dan (Sheila) Vander Sanden, Franklin; Diane Dorn, Kaukauna; Jim (Ann) Vander Sanden, Little Chute; Lee (Mary) Vander Sanden, Kaukauna; Becky (Ray) Hietpas, Kaukauna; fifteen grandchildren: Ben, Adam, Laura, Jimmy, Scott, Jenny and Hilary Vander Sanden; Abby and Ashley Hietpas; Katie Newsome and Kevin Dorn; Jill (Dan) Jansen; Kari (Dennis) Hietpas; Ryan Vander Sanden and special friend Jamie; Emily Vander Sanden and special friend Nick; seven great-grandchildren: Corey, DJ, Shelby, and Rheann Hietpas, Bennett Jansen, Dylan Vander Sanden and Jimmy Aglikin; a sister, Margaret Hietpas; four brothers: Paul, Owen (Irene), Mark (Glady) and Dennis Hietpas; two sisters-in-law, Irene Hietpas and Mutz (Don) La Brec; a brother-in-law, Bill Mattern; and special friend Sandra.< /br>Betty was preceded in death by a grandson, Robbie Vander Sanden; mother and father-in-law, John and Mary Vander Sanden; three sisters: Pat (Bud) Tatro, Bernice (Ted) Larson and Shirley Mattern; two brothers, Art and Bill (Yvonnie) Hietpas; brothers and sisters-in law: Norbert (Jane) Mischler, Harry (Pat) Schuh, Ethel Hietpas, Nellie and John Vander Sanden.< /br>Visitation will be Monday November 8, 2004 at 3 p.m. at St. John Nepomucene Catholic Church. Mass will follow at 5:30 p.m. Interment St. John Cemetery, Little Chute. Jennifer O’Connell with Fox Cities Funeral Service is assisting the family.< /br>The family would like to thank the staff at AMC and Hospice care for the excellent care mom received. In lieu of flowers a memorial fund is established for Agape Four.< /br>Fox Cities Funeral & Cremation Services Toll free 888-877-7550

 

VanderSteen, Harry J

1976 Appleton Post Crescent dated 6/20/1976; Harry J. Vander Steen, age 70, died Friday night after a brief illness. He was born May 3rd, 1906, in Little Chute and lived in this area all of his life. He had been employed at Roloff manufacturing until his retirement in 1967. He was a member of St. Mary Catholic Church, Kaukauna, and the VFW Post 3319. He is survived by his widow, Mary Romenesko VanderSteen; four sons, Clifford, Eugene, Jerry and Tom, all of Kaukauna; a brother, Frank, of Askeaton; two sisters, Mrs. Leda Vandomolen, of Ontario Canada, and Mrs. Marcia Verstegen, of Little Chute; and 12 grandchildren. The funeral will be at 10:00 a.m. Monday at St. Mary Catholic Church, Kaukauna. Burial will be in the parish cemetery.

 

VanderSteen, Mary (Romenesko)

1992 Appleton Post Crescent dated 11/22/1992; Mrs. Harry Vander Steen, Mary Romenesko, age 85, died Monday December 21st, 1992 at Parkside Care Center following a lengthy illness. She was born August 27th, 1907 in Freedom, the daughter of the late Joseph and Anna (Conrad) Romenesko. She married Harry Vander Steen on October 2nd, 1928 in Freedom. Mary and Harry owned and operated Stoney's Bar in Kaukauna until 1968. She was a member of St. Mary Catholic Church, their Altar Society, American Legion unit 41 Auxiliary and the VFW 3319 Auxiliary. She is survived by four sons and three daughters in law, Clifford and Diane Vander Steen, of Menasha; Eugene (Stony) and Angie Vander Steen, Jerry and Carol Vander Steen; Tom Vander Steen all of Kaukauna; also survived by 11 grandchildren: Kevin, Lucy (Mike) Schuman and Chris Vander Steen, Sue VanTheil; Tom, Kevin (Wendy) and Amy Vander Steen; Jill, Mark (Vickie), Lisa and June Vander Steen; 20 great-grandchildren; a brother and two sisters in law, Clement and Alice Romenesko, Appleton; Ruth Romenesko, Fla.; a sister and two brothers in law: Lillian Vandynhoven, of Kaukauna; Nicholas (Harriet) Thurner, of Little Chute. Al Endres, Iola. She was preceded in death by her husband, Harry in 1976; a son, Harry Jr., a grandson Dan, in March 1992, a great-grandson, Kevin Jr., two brothers: John and Walter Romenesko; four sisters: Mathilda Hietpas, Pauline Endres, Gladys Thurner, Florence Vandynhoven. Funeral services will be at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at St. Mary Catholic Church, Kaukauna with Father Ron Lhott officiating. Burial will be in St. Mary's cemetery, Kaukauna.

 

 

VanDeurzen, Robert

1981 Appleton Post Crescent dated 4/24/1981; Robert VanDeurzen, "Rags", 533 Van Buren St., Little Chute; Age 59, died unexpectedly early Friday morning. He was born March 13th, 1922, in Combined Locks. He had been employed by Appleton Papers (Locks Mill.) Mr. VanDeurzen was a member of the American Legion Post 258, the Quarter Century Club, and was a World War II veteran. Survivors include his wife, Jeanette Verhagen VanDeurzen; two daughters: Kathy, of Menasha; Mrs. Jim (Susan) Spierings, of Combined Locks; five sons: Robert and Mike, both of Little Chute; Don, Steve, and Scott, all at home; three brothers: Jim, of Little Chute; Paul, of Combined Locks; Eugene, of Kaukauna; a sister, Mrs. Ray (Marilyn) Staudt, Manitowoc; a stepbrother, Roger VanderWyst, Combined Locks; two stepsisters: Mrs. Ray (Margaret) Vandenberg, Little Chute; Mrs. Pat (Bernice) Blohm, of Little Chute; two grandchildren: Bobby and Amy. He was preceded in death by his parents; two brothers: John and Ervin; three sisters: Evelyn, Aggie and Alice; two stepbrothers: Joe and Rich. The funeral will be at 11:00 a.m. Monday from the St. John Catholic Church, with the Reverend Richard Klingeisen officiating. Internment will be in the parish cemetery. Military rights will be immediately after the mass.

 

VandeYacht, Roy

Obit missing - died 2/15/1995

 

Van Dyn Hoven, Florence (Romenesko)

1991 Appleton Post Crescent dated 11/28/1991; Mrs. Henry VanDynHoven, Florence Romenesko, formerly of 129 Idlewild Street, Kaukauna, age 86, died Tuesday night, November 26th, 1991 at St. Paul Home. She was born April 5th, 1905 in Freedom, the daughter of the late Joseph and Anna (Conrad) Romenesko. She was a member of Holy Cross Catholic Church, the ladies of Holy Cross, and a life member of the VFW Auxiliary Unit 3319. She is survived by six sons and four daughters and law: Robert Vanden hoven, of Appleton; Lloyd (Al) and Cecilia Vandynhoven, Raymond (Wimp) and Margaret Vanden hoven; Ken Vandynhoven, all of Kaukauna; Carl and Alicia Vandynhoven, of Combined Locks; Dan and Mary Alice Vandynhoven, of Freedom; 22 grandchildren; 32 great-grandchildren; a brother and two sisters and law: Clem and Alice Romenesko and Ruth Romenesko, all of Appleton; two sisters: Lillian Vanden hoven and Mary VanderSteen, both of Kaukauna. She was preceded in death by her husband, Henry; a great granddaughter, Amanda Lee: two brothers: John and Walter Romenesko; three sisters: Mathilda Hietpas, Pauline Endres, and Gladys Thurner. The funeral service will be at 11:15 a.m. Friday at Holy Cross Catholic Church Father Jack Mullarkey officiating. Burial will be in Holy Cross Cemetery Kaukauna.< /br>  

 

Van Dyn Hoven, Henry

1988 Appleton Post Crescent dated 5/26/1988; Henry Vandynhoven, age 80, died unexpectedly Thursday May 26th, 1988 at St. Elizabeth Hospital. Henry had worked for Hietpas Motors and retired in 1971 after 41 years of service. He was a member of Holy Cross Catholic Church, Kaukauna, he is survived by his wife of 60 years, Florence (Romenesko) Vandynhoven; six sons and four daughters in law: Robert, Appleton; Lloyd (Al) and Cecilia; Raymond (Wimp) and Margaret; Ken, all of Kaukauna; Carl and Alicia, of Combined Locks; Dan and Mary Alice, of Freedom; three brothers and sisters in law: Albert and Roselle, of Little Chute; Gus and Bea, of Appleton; Bill and Grace, Kaukauna; a sister and brother in law: Barbara and William Deltgen, Appleton; 22 grandchildren and 25 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents: Albert and Adreanna Vanden hoven; three brothers: Anthony, Frank and John. The funeral services will be at 10:00 a.m. Saturday at Holy Cross Catholic Church Kaukauna Burial will be in the Holy Cross Cemetery.

 

 

Van Dyn Hoven, Lillian (Romenesko)

2002 Appleton Post Crescent dated 1/17/2002; Van Dyn Hoven, Lillian C. (Lillian Romenesko) 221 Black Street Kaukauna< /br> Age 89, passed away peacefully January 15, 2002 at her home, in the presence of her family and caregivers. She was born June 14, 1912 in Freedom, daughter of the late Joseph and Anna (Conrad) Romenesko, and was a longtime and faithful member of Holy Cross Catholic Church in Kaukauna. On June 30, 1937, Lillian married John Van Dyn Hoven in Freedom; he preceded her in death on June 23, 1977. Lillian was a member of the VFW Post #3319 Auxiliary and the Women of the Moose. She is survived by two daughters: Diane (Jim) Niesen and Nancy “Nan” (Bob) Mankovecky, both of Kaukauna; three grandchildren: Cory Niesen of Kaukauna, Penny (Kevin) Frelich of Wrightstown, and John Mankovecky of Menasha and his fiance Melanie Arnoldussen and her son Matt; four great-grandchildren: Brooke and Spencer Frelich and Aaron and Allison Mankovecky; sisters-in-law: Alice Romenesko, Barbara Deltgen, and Harriet Thurner; a brother-in-law: Bill (Grace) Van Dyn Hoven. She is further survived by numerous nieces, nephews, other relatives, and friends. Lillian was preceded in death by her parents, her husband John, brothers John Romenesko, Walter Romenesko, and Clem Romenesko, and by sisters Mathilda Hietpas, Pauline Endres, Gladys Thurner, Mary Van Der Steen, and Florence Van Dyn Hoven. The funeral liturgy will be held at 4:00 PM on Friday, January 18, 2002 at HOLY CROSS CATHOLIC CHURCH, 309 Desnoyer Street in Kaukauna with Fr. Jim Lucas officiating. Interment will be in the parish cemetery. Friends may call directly at the church on Friday from 2:00 PM until the hour of the service.< /br> The family would like to extend their gratitude to Lillian’s many caregivers: Jonelle, Cathy, Karen, Amy, Linda, Roxanne, and Mary, for the great care and love you showed mom for the past two years. Our family could not have done it without you. The family would also like to thank the others who made it possible for mom to stay in the comfort of her home as she desired: Kristin, Lue, Mary, Lisa, Tiffany, Sharon, Patty, and Melissa. A very special thanks also goes to Drs. Cherkasky and Schimke, and to Fr. Jack Mullarkey and Fr. Jim Lucas for their ongoing care, comfort and support. FARGO FUNERAL HOME 400 W. Wisconsin Avenue Kaukauna766-6200

 

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Van Gompel, June (Verhagen)

1986 Appleton Post Crescent dated 12/26/1986; Mrs. Marcellus Van Gompel, (June Verhagen) , 338 Cherry Lane Little Chute; Age 51 passed away at 4:35 p.m. Wednesday, December 24, 1986. She was a life long resident of Little Chute. She was born, June 1, 1935, in Little Chute. She graduated from St. John High School, Little Chute, in 1953. Mrs. VanGompel was a member of St. John's Catholic Church, a former member and President of the St. John School Board, also former member of the adult choir. She was a member of the Worship Committee, a Vice-President and President-of the Home School Association. She was a Religious Education Teacher, a Den Mother Pack 51, a Vice President of the PTA Little Chute Elementary School, a member of the Diocesan Ministry for the engaged, and was active in the Diocese of Green Bay Cursillo program. Survivors include her husband, Marcellus (mumps); her mother, Del Verhagen, Llttle Chute; three sons: Russell VanGompel and his wife, Mary Jo, and their son, Marc, Roseville.Minnesota; Gregory VanGompel and his wife, Sheila, Crystal, Minnesota; Tim VanGompel, Little Chute; three brothers: James Verhagen, and his wife, Myra, Darboy; Eugene Verhagen, and his wife, Sandy, Kaukauna; Douglas Verhagen, Little Chute; a sister, Grace Fiestedt, and her husband, Carl, Greenville; a sister-in-law, Fran Verhagen, Little Chute. She was preceded in death by her father, Walter Verhagen, a brother, Walter Verhagen Jr. both of Little Chute. The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Saturday, from St. John Catholic Church, with the Rev. Msgr. James Vanden Hogen officiating. Friends may call at St. John Catholic Church, from 4:30 to 9 p.m. Friday (today) and from 12 noon Saturday until the time of service. There will be a prayer service at 7:30 p.m. Friday. In lieu of flowers a memorial fund has been established. The Verkuilen Funeral Home is assisting the family.

 

Van Gompel, Wayne

2002 Appleton Post Crescent dated 10/30/2002< /br> Van Gompel, Wayne D. “Stitch” Athens, Tennessee< /br> Formerly of Little Chute, age 50, died unexpectedly Monday, October 28, 2002 in Athens. He was born June 14, 1952 in Appleton, son of Elmer E. and Joyce T. (Jansen) Van Gompel. Mr. Van Gompel worked at Johnson Cleaners. Wayne then founded Stitch’s Alterations and Repairs, Little Chute until 1999 when he moved to Tennessee. A note of special thanks to Jane Vanden Heuvel for her assistance at Stitch’s. He currently was employed at Waupaca Foundry, Athens, Tennessee. Wayne loved his dog, Dee Dee and his cottage at Waupaca Chain of Lakes. He enjoyed antiques and had a talent for purchasing older homes and fixing them up to new beauty.< /br> Wayne is survived by his parents: Elmer E. (Joyce T.) Van Gompel, Appleton; his close friend, Mike Ross, Athens, Tennessee; a brother, Kenneth M. (Kathy) Van Gompel, Little Chute; three sisters: Doris (Robert) Vanden Boogard, Little Chute; Lois (Mark) Kiel, Kaukauna; Ann (Bill) Kerkhof, Kimberly; nieces and nephews: Nick, Jenny and Kelly Van Gompel, Linda (Merlin) Vanden Bloomer and children: Skyler and Trevor, Sharon Vanden Boogard and fiance, Brodi and Conner; Kristy Vanden Boogard; Stephanie Kiel and fiance, Mike; Nicole and Matthew Kiel, Bill Kerkhof Jr. and fiancee Rachel; Jamie Kerkhof; aunt and uncles: Verona Gloudemans, Angela Schroeder, John (Elaine) Jansen, Roger (Darlene) Jansen, Betty (Ken) Geiger, Bill (Doris) Jansen, Maggie Guernsey and Toots Jansen; and other relatives and friends. He was preceded in death by his grandparents, aunts and uncles.< /br> A prayer service will be held at 5 p.m. Thursday, October 31, 2002 at the Verkuilen Funeral Home, Little Chute with Rev. Msgr. Janes Vanden Hogen officiating. Interment will be in St. John Cemetery, Little Chute. Friends may call from 1 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home until the time of the service. A memorial has been established.< /br> VERKUILEN FUNERAL HOME 101 Canal Street Little Chute 788-3321

 

Van Handel, Jeffrey John

2005 Appleton Post Crescent dated 5/11/2005; Van Handel Jr., Jeffrey John< /br> Jeffrey John Van Handel, Jr., age three, passed away unexpectedly Saturday, May 7th, 2005. He was born June 4th, 2001, to Jeffrey Sr. and Kim Van Handel of Freedom. Jeffery attended Adventures Day Care in Freedom.< /br> He is survived by his parents; his sisters: Jamie Ehnerd, Freedom; Tammi Peters, Black Creek; and Jasmine Van Handel, Freedom; maternal grandmother: Anne Ehnerd Wrightstown; paternal grandparents: Clarence and Sharon Van Handel, Freedom: his paternal great- grandmother: Eva Conrad, Freedom; his aunt, Kelly (Ric) Wilson, Green Bay; Uncles Randy Van Handel, Little Chute; and Larry (Kelly) Van Handel, his Godparents, of Freedom. He is further survived by his cousins Cory Ehnerd, Crystal Wilson and Jake, Josh and Chloe Van Handel. He is preceded in death by his maternal grandfather Verle “Pete” Ehnerd of Wrightstown, and paternal great-grandfather, Norbert Conrad Freedom, Great Grandparents Ed and Blanche Van Handel of Freedom.< /br> Funeral Services will be held 7 p.m. Wednesday, May 11, 2005, at St. Edwards Catholic Church, N2921 State Hwy 47 with Fr. Charles Brooks officiating. Visitation will be from 4 p.m. until the time of services at the church. Private burial will take place in the parish cemetery. In lieu of other expressions of sympathy, a memorial fund is being established.< /br> Jeffrey Sr, Kim, Jamie, Tammi and Jasmine would like to thank those who assisted the family during their difficult hours on Saturday, including the Freedom First Responders, friends and neighbors and the staff of Appleton Medical Center Emergency Room. Your kind words, gestures, and prayers will never be forgotten. Thank you to all the Doctors that helped to treat him. Thank you all so very much. Everyone who knew him will always remember his love for tractors, cows and farming.< /br> Love you forever Buddy! Mom & Dad         VALLEY FUNERAL HOME

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1999 Appleton Post Crescent dated 11/25/1999; Edward Harry VanHeuklon, Little Chute, age 76, passed away at home on Tuesday November 23rd, 1999, after a courageous battle with leukemia. His family whom he loved dearly was with him. He was born November 9th, 1923, in Appleton, the son of Harry VanHeuklon and Mary Fisher. He married Lillian VanAsten on June 21st, 1945. He was retired from Kimberly-Clark and Home Mutual, was a carpenter and built several homes. After retirement he worked at Graves Converting. He enjoyed going up north to Pelican Lake, fishing, golfing, bowling, dancing, gambling, traveling, gardening, and was an avid Packer fan he was a member of the Quarter Century Club of this Kimberly-Clark. He will be missed by his wife of 54 years, Lillian, and seven sons and six daughters;.....< /br>< /br>Special thanks to Appleton Medical Center and Hospice. Dad was a loving husband and caring father and an inspiration to all. His family meant everything to him. Pappa, we love you and miss you. Happy trails to you until we meet again. < /br> 

 

VanHeuklon, Lillian (VanAsten)

2000 Appleton Post Crescent, and dated May 11th, 2000, Lillian Margaret VanHeuklon, Little Chute, age 75, passed away at home on Wednesday, May 10th, 2000 with her family by her side. She was born December 27th, 1924 in Little Chute, the daughter of Henry and Catherine (Verhagen) VanAsten. She married Edward VanHeuklon on June 21st, 1945. She was employed at Appleton Extended Care and Graves Converting. She will be sadly missed by her six sons and six daughters: Jim (Marge) VanHeuklon, Kaukauna; Joann (Bill) Schuman, Brillion; Judy (Norm) Ott, Darboy; John (Doris) VanHeuklon, Kaukauna; Joyce Smith and friend Jim Vandenberg, of Kimberly; Jeannie (Clayton) Verhagen, Little Chute; Dave VanHeuklon, Kimberly; Rich vanHeuklon, Little Chute; Gary VanHeuklon, Kaukauna; Shirley (Jim Jr.) Greely, Neenah; Laurie Vanheuklon, Appleton; Ken (Nancy) VanHeuklon, Brillion; 24 grandchildren; Tom VanHeuklon, Knightdale, North Carolina; Tanya (Scott) Fuller, Kaukauna; Karla VanHeuklon (and friend Jason), Kaukauna; Ron (Jenny) Schuman, Little Chute; Randy (Nicki) Schuman, Menasha; Carrie Schuman (and fiancee Travis), Jacksonville, Florida; Don schuman, brillion; Bob Ott, Kimberly; Jennifer (Dean) Thoreson, Wausaukee; Scott (Beth) ott, Kaukauna; Troy Ott (and friend Nikki), Kimberly; Shawn and Sarah VanHeuklon, Kaukauna; Keith Schultz and friend Amy, Appleton; Kevin, Lisa (and friend Ryan), and Sara verhagen, Danielle VanHeuklon, Little Chute; Crystal VanHeuklon, Bear Creek; Kyle VanHeuklon, Kaukauna; Shannon and Mike Greely, Neenah; Brandon VanHeuklon, Appleton; Melissa and Nick VanHeuklon, Brillion; six Great Grandchildren; Coletta Fuller, Ashley Bongers, Chris Schuman, Justin Scguman, Tanner Thoreson and Garret Ott. She is further survived by her sisters and brothers; Millie Bachman, Kaukauna; Marian Dufrane, Little Chute; Floyd (Irene) VanAsten, Little Chute; Art (Jan) VanAsten, Wild Rose; Margie (Ed) Belongea, Kimberly; Carol (Gene) Diedrick, Combined Locks; Gene (Margie) VanAsten, Little Chute, and her brother and sister in law, Pat VanAsten, Kaukauna, and Donna VanAsten, Kaukauna, Don Roehrborn, Kaukaukna, Agnes VanHeuklon, Appleton.< /br>She was preceded in death by her husband, Ed, parents, Henry and Catherine VanAsten, a son, Jerry, brothers and sisters: Bob VanAsten, Carl VanAsten, Ila Roehrborn, Rita VanAsten: mother and father in law, Harry and Mary Vanheuklon, daughter in law Mary Vanheuklon, and brother and sisters in law Lawrence Dufrane, Bob Bachman, Lawrence VanHeuklon, Clarence and Della VanHeuklon. Special thanks to my daughters in law, Hospice, nurses Mary Lawrence and Kathy Horn, Dr. Joyce Bauer and Dr. Janine Buffo. Verkuilen funeral home is assisting the family with arrangements.

VanHoof, Anna (Romenesko)

1974 Appleton Post Crescent dated 12/12/1974; Anna VanHoof, Little Chute, age 92, passed away at 3:45 p.m. Wednesday. She was born July 12th, 1882 in Freedom. She was a member of the St. Elizabeth society. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. George (Marie) Kemps, of Route 4 DePere, and Mrs. Russell (Evelyn) Nackers of Kaukauna; three sons, Wallace, of Route 7 Appleton, Clarence, of Route 5 Appleton, and Ken of Little Chute; 38 grandchildren and 52 great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 10:00 a.m. Saturday from St. John Catholic Church, Little Chute, with Rev. Norbert VandeLoo officiating. Internment will be in the parish cemetery.

VanHoof, Dorothy (Murphy)

1968 Appleton Post Crescent dated 8/23/1968; Appleton Post Crescent dated 82368 Mrs. Walter VanHoof, age 56, passed away suddenly about 5:00 p.m. Thursday. She was born March 17th, 1912 at Freedom and resided in the Freedom area all of her life. She was a member of the Christian Mothers Society, St. Nicholas Church. Survivors include her husband, Walter; her mother, Mrs. Patrick Murphy, of Appleton; two daughters, Mrs. Emil (Mary Jane) Witter of Kimberly; Mrs. Orville (Shirley) Evers, of Route 5 Appleton; three sons, Robert, of Route 3 Appleton; James, of Route 5 Appleton; Gary, at home; three brothers, Ignatius Murphy, of Route 1 Kaukauna; Patrick and Joseph, both of Appleton; two sisters, Mrs. Walter (Margaret) Heiss, of Appleton; Mrs. Martin (Marie) VandeHey, of Kimberly; 15 grandchildren. A brother, James preceded her in death in 1943. Funeral services will be held Monday at 10:00 a.m. at St. Nicholas Catholic Church, Freedom. Internment will be in the parish cemetery.

VanHoof, Florence (Reynebeau)

2000 Appleton Post Crescent dated 12/9/2000; Florence Van Hoof (Reynebeau) Little Chute< /br> Age 78, with her family by her side, Florence was called to Jesus peacefully on Thursday, December 7, 2000 after a lengthy illness. Florence was born in Little Chute, the first child of Matthew and Louise (Marx) Reynebeau. On November 6, 1945 Florence married Kenneth Van Hoof and together they shared 55 years of married life. Together they owned and operated several family businesses all located in Little Chute. Florence was a lifelong member of St. John Parish in Little Chute. She enjoyed raising and spending time with her six children as well as spending time at the family cottage and winter trips to Florida and Arizona.< /br> Florence is survived by her husband, Kenneth; her children: Dennis (Susan) Van Hoof, Granite Falls, Minnesota; Pamela (Donald) Duddek, Pound; Richard (Nancy) Van Hoof, Little Chute; Terrance Van Hoof, Neenah; Thomas (Joan) Van Hoof, Shorewood; Mary Van Dyn Hoven (Tom St. John), Little Chute; nine grandchildren: Matthew (Brenda) Van Hoof, Daniel Van Hoof, Jaime Duddek, Martin Van Hoof, Monica Dobbe, Adam and Luke Van Dyn Hoven, Max and Annie Van Hoof; three great-grandchildren: Spencer, Malachi and Kyra Dobbe; her brothers and sisters: Joseph (Lucille) Reynebeau, Rosella (Joe) Look, Bernice (Marty) Van Domlen, Orion (Lois) Reynebeau, Virgil (Charlotte) Reynebeau; numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents, her sister and brother-in-law: Myrtle (George) Roovers.< /br> Funeral services will be 1:30 p.m. Saturday, December 9, 2000 at Saint John Catholic Church, Little Chute with Rev. John Schuetze officiating. Interment will be in Saint John Cemetery. Friends may call at the church from 12 noon Saturday until the time of the Mass.< /br> Mom: You have touched our hearts with your gentleness; you have touched our souls in more ways than you could ever know. May you rest in peace with no more discomfort, no more medication and the freedom that you so longed for. May you dance in the heavens and smile down upon us until we meet again.< /br> We would like to extend our appreciation to all of the staff members of the St. Paul Home in Kaukauna who cared for our mom. Your kindness and compassion will never be forgotten. VERKUILEN FUNERAL HOME 101 Canal Street Little Chute 788-3321

VanHoof, Matthew

1960 Appleton Post Crescent dated 10/11/1960; Matthew VanHoof, 519 West Main Street Little Chute, age 76, died at 11:00 p.m. Monday in Appleton after a long illness. He was born in Wrightstown May 8th, 1884. He was a retired farmer and a resident of Little Chute the past 14 years. A member of the Holy Name Society of St. John's Catholic Church, Little Chute, and a member of the 3rd Order of St. Norbert's. Mr. VanHoof is survived by his wife; two daughters, Mrs. George Kemps, of Green Bay; and Mrs. Russell Nackers, of Kaukauna; three sons, Walter and Clarence, of Freedom; Kenneth, of Little Chute; four brothers, Martin, of Little Chute, Antone, of Freedom; Henry, of St. Petersburg Florida, and John, of Kaukauna; two sisters, Sister Mary Beatrice St. Patrick, Milwaukee; Miss Gertrude VanHoof, of Appleton; 36 grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 9:00 a.m. Thursday at St. John's Catholic Church, Little Chute with burial in the parish cemetery.

VanHoof, Mildred (Ashauer)

1958 Appleton Post Crescent dated 12/5/1958; Mrs. Clarence VanHoof, 37, Freedom, died at Green Bay at 11:45 a.m. Thursday after a long illness connected with a heart ailment. She was born March 7th, 1921, in Kaukauna. Funeral services will be at 10:00 a.m. Saturday at St. Nicholas Catholic Church, Freedom, with burial in the parish cemetery. The rosary will be said at the Greenwood funeral home, Kaukauna, at 8:00 p.m. today. She is survived by her husband; five daughters, Mary Ellen, Jean, Bonita, Anna and Christine, and four sons, Gerald, John, Joseph and Ronald, all at home.

VanSchyndel, Sylvester

2000 Appleton Post Crescent dated 7/12/2000, Sylvester VanSchyndel, age 88, died Monday, July 10th, 2000, at St. Elizabeth Hospital after a short illness. Syl was born December 26th, 1911, in Little Chute to the late Henry and Anna (Heesacker) VanSchyndel. He married Verona Weber on June 14th, 1932, in Kaukauna, she survives. Syl was the founder and president of Badger Metals Inc.. (Distributor of heating and air-conditioning equipment), retiring on January 1st, 1998. He was a member of the Knights of Columbus Council 607: 4th degree Knights of Columbus: Elks Club a 337: and Ridgway Country club. Syl enjoyed golfing, gardening and playing cards. Survivors include his wife of 68 years: his daughter, Phyllis (Gabe) Gabrielson, of Appleton: Ruth (Frank) Leahy, of Appleton: his son, Joe (Kit) VanSchyndel, of Appleton: his 13 grandchildren, Janet (Clark) Kreider, Dee Wais, Sara (Joe) Daniel, Ann (David) Hovell, Steven (Meg) Leahy, Karen (Dan) Suminski, Peter (Marilynn) Leahy, Robert (Shellie) Leahy, Debbie (Joe) Welch, Joanne (Jim) Coates, Vicky (Ross) Chisholm, Sue VanSchyndel, and Jack VanSchyndel and 20 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by a daughter, Janet VanSchyndel: his sister, Agnes VandenHeuvel, his brothers, William, Lawrence and Jack VanSchyndel. Funeral liturgy will be 6:00 p.m. July 13th, 2000 at St. Pius X Catholic Church, Appleton, with Father Donald Zuleger officiating. Internment will be in the St. John's cemetery, Little Chute. < /br> 

Veldman, Lukas

1999 Appleton Post Crescent dated 12/6/1999; Lukas H. Veldman, age 16, formerly of Kaukauna, died Friday, December 3rd, 1999, as the result of an auto accident. Lukas was born in Waupun on June 15th, 1983, the son of Linda Romanesko and Dennis Veldman. He was currently a sophomore at Nathan Hale High School in West Allis. Lukas was employed by Stein Garden and Gifts, and all who knew him know how he enjoyed his work there. He also enjoyed hunting, fishing, and spending time with his many friends. Survivors include his mother, Linda Veldman of West Allis; his father, Dennis (Pam) Veldman of Bristol: three sisters and a brother, Kathy (Ken) Oppermann of Columbus, Denise (Jason) Stadtmueller of Kaukauna, Andrew Veldman of Kaukauna, and Ruth Veldman of West Allis; a stepbrother, Joel (Lana) Krogh of Burlington; two stepsisters, Melissa (Robert) Romaine of Las Vegas; and Allison Larson of Bristol; seven nieces and nephews, Christopher and Nicolas Oppermann, Paige and Hailey Veldman, and Krista, Tamara, and Adriana Stadtmueller, his maternal grandparents, Monroe (Lenora) Romanesko of Kaukauna; his paternal grandfather, Howard Veldman of Hancock; and his paternal great-grandmother, Myrtle Glenzer of Stevens Point. He is also survived by many aunts and uncles, Barbara (David) Drewa, of Kaukauna, Steven (Delores) Veldman of Kaukauna, Peg Veldman of Kaukauna, Daniel (Marilyn) Romanesko of Trenton, New Jersey, Denise Romanesko of West Allis, Melita (Lowell) Prickett of Kaukauna, Eileen (Dennis) Valukas of Racine, Mary VanRooy of Ashwaubenon, Walter (Cindy) Romanesko of Neenah, and Nora (Bryan) Snyder of Green Bay. Lukas is further survived by his godmother, Christine Vandenheuvel of Kaukauna. He was preceded in death by his grandmother, Ruth Ann Veldman, and by uncles, Howard Veldman Jr. and Thomas VanRooy. Funeral services for Lukas will be held at 10:30 a.m. on Tuesday December 7th, 1999 at Trinity Lutheran Church in Kaukauna with Reverend Thomas Nickelbein officiating. Internment will be in Holy Cross Cemetery.

Verhagen, Anna (Weyers)

1966 Appleton Post Crescent dated 12/22/66 Mrs. Henry G. Verhagen, Anna, Kaukauna, age 79, the former Mrs. Henry Baeten, passed away at 5:00 a.m. Thursday after a short illness. She was born February 9th, 1887 in the town of Holland and had been a resident of Kaukauna for the past 15 years. She was a member of the Alter Society of Holy Cross Catholic church. Mrs. Verhagen is survived by her husband, two daughters, Mrs. Richard (Leona) Retzlaff of Catawba Wisconsin, Mrs. Vernon (Darlene) Schnider, of Menominee Falls Wisconsin, four stepdaughters, Mrs. Ray (Agatha) Nussbaum and Mrs. Ervin (Millie) DeBruin, both of Kaukauna, Mrs. Norbert (Cecilia) Meulemans of Wrightstown, Mrs. Ignatius (Martha) Schuh of Freedom, nine stepsons, Father Norbert Verhagen of Yucatan Mexico, Father Donald of Michawaka Indiana, Ben, Lawrence, Richard and Sylvester and Raymond Verhagen all of Kaukauna, Edward Verhagen of Little Chute, Lloyd Verhagen of Sheboygan, one brother Anthony Weyers of Catawba, 90 grandchildren and 68 great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at Holy Cross Catholic Church with the very Rev. Donald Verhagen officiating. Internment will be in St. Paul cemetery in Wrightstown.

Verhagen, Benedict

2002 Appleton Post Crescent dated 4/19/2002; Verhagen, Ben “Bud”< /br> Fortified with the Sacraments of the Holy Mother Church, Wednesday, April 17, 2002. Beloved husband of Nancy Verhagen. Dear father of Benet (Peggy) Verhagen, Vicki (Bob) Schaefer and Lori (Scott) Metz. Dear son of Marge and the late Ben Verhagen. Grandfather of Joel, Suzy and Daniel Verhagen, Lexie, Kelly, Kevin and Scott Schaefer, Logann, Brenden and Andy Metz. Dear brother, brother-in-law, uncle, great-uncle, cousin and friend to many.< /br> Funeral from the SCHRADER Funeral Home, 14960 Manchester Road at Holloway, Ballwin, Missouri, Saturday, 10:45 a.m. to the Church of the Holy Infant for 11:00 a.m. Mass. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. If desired, contributions may be made to Friends of Kids With Cancer or the Ronald McDonald House. Visitation Friday 4-8 p.m.

Verhagen, Catherine (Bergman)

1985 Appleton Post Crescent dated 4/25/1985; Catherine Bergman, Mrs. Louis G. Verhagen, age 91, died Wednesday evening, April 24th, 1985. She was born January 11th, 1894, in Kaukauna, and was a lifelong resident. She was a World War II Gold Star mother, a member of the auxiliary of the VFW Post 3319, and a member of St. Mary Alter society. Survivors include three daughters and two sons in law, Johanna and Clarence Fink, of Algoma, Regina and Walter Swaningson, and Rosemary Kramer, all of Kaukauna; three sons and daughters in law, Ervin and Dorothy Verhagen, Eugene and Rita Verhagen, all of Kaukauna, Jerome and Kathryn Verhagen, of Waupaca; 25 grandchildren; 66 great-grandchildren; and sixth great great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Louis; two sons, Stephen, in World War II, and Melvin; and a daughter Lucine. The funeral service will be at 11:00 a.m. Saturday, at St. Mary Catholic Church,, with the Rev. Theodore Hendricks officiating. Burial will be in Holy Cross cemetery, Kaukauna.

Verhagen, Catherine (Derks)

1953 Appleton Post Crescent dated February 25th, 1953 Mrs. M. Verhagen Sr, Mrs. Michael Verhagen Sr., 63, of 519 South Vandenbroek Street, Little Chute, died at home at 6:50 this morning. She was born March 28th, 1889, in Little Chute and lived there all of her life. She was a member of St. John Catholic Church, Little Chute, and the St. Elizabeth Society of that church. Survivors include eight daughters, Mrs. Richard Wolfe, Route 3 Appleton, Mrs. Henry Felauer, Route 1 Seymour, Mrs. Herbert George, Mrs. Rita Wegand both of Kaukauna, Mrs. Nicholas Vandehey, Mrs. Martin Sanderfoot, and Mrs. Urban VanAsten, all of Little Chute, and Miss Janet Verhagen, at home; three sons, and James and Michael Jr., of Kaukauna and Donald in the Navy; four brothers, Henry Dercks, Nicholas and Peter all of Little Chute and John, Kaukauna, three sisters Mrs. Stephen Peteers, Mrs. William Hammen, and Mrs. Martin Hietpas, all of Little Chute, 35 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. The rosary will be recited at 8:00 Thursday and Friday nights at the funeral home Little Chute. Funeral services will be conducted at 9:00 Saturday morning at St. John Catholic Church, Little Chute. Burial be in the parish cemetery.

Verhagen, Ceil (Williamsen)

2000 Appleton Post Crescent dated 2/17/2000, Ceil Verhagen, age 90, died on Tuesday, February 15th, 2000, at St. Elizabeth Hospital, there. Ceil was born on August 10th, 1910. Ceil and Louis owned Louie's Supper Club on highway 10 & 45 from 1953 to 1972. Her hobbies were playing cards and the world's best fishermen. She was a member of St. Elizabeth Society of St. John's, Little Chute, and the American Legion auxiliary. Survivors include a daughter, Eileen (Hale) Strauch and Harold and her children, Dan and Gail Hale, Mary and Phil Conradt, Linda (Bast) Bernard Bonder, Sue and Mike Brockman, John Hale: a son, Jerry (Nadine) Verhagen and his children, Deborah and Dean Wirth, Mark and Vicki Schmalz, Doug and Cindy Hoffman, Jeff and Wendy Verhagen, David Verhagen, Mike and Jody Skeens, Julie Verhagen: a son-in-law, David Lenz and his children, Lois Lenz, Bill and Janet Lenz , Bob and Carol Lenz, and Jim and Mary Lenz, 32 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband Louis Verhagen, Sister Agnes VanderVelden and two brothers, Sylvan and Soupie Williamsen, a daughter, Jan Lenz, a son-in-law, Tom Hale, two grandson's Timmy Lenz and Bruce Hale. Friends may call to the Verkuilen funeral home on Friday, February 18th, from 3:00 p.m. until the time of services at the church at 5:00 p.m.. Mass at St. John's, Little Chute, with burial in Little Chute cemetery. The Rev. Jim VandenHogan will officiate.

Verhagen, Donald

1982 Appleton Post Crescent dated 4/5/1982; Donald J. Verhagen, age 51, died unexpectedly at Port Washington, Wisconsin, Sunday morning, following a heart attack. He was born March 21st, 1931 in Little Chute, to the late Michael and Katherine Derricks Verhagen. June 13th, 1956 he married the former Patricia Ehnerd in Wrightstown. They have resided in Wrightstown since their marriage. He was the owner of Wrightstown School Buses. He had served four years in the Navy during the Korean war. Mr. Verhagen was a member of the Holy Name society of St. Paul Catholic Church, Wrightstown, a member of the Urban Klister American Legion Post No. 436, the Wrightstown Fire Department and the Wisconsin school bus operators' association. Survivors include his wife: a son, Greg and a daughter, Peggy, both at home; two brothers: Jim, Kaukauna; and Mike, Appleton; five sisters: Mrs. Hubert (Josephine) George and Mrs. Dorothy Wolf both of Kaukauna; Mrs. Urban (Barbara) VanAsten, and Mrs. Janet Van Deurzven, both of Little Chute; and Mrs. Vick (Florence) Staege, of Appleton. The funeral will be at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at St. Paul Catholic Church, Wrightstown, with the Reverend Richard Shaefer officiating. Internment will be in the parish cemetery. There will be in American Legion military graveside rites. Friends May call at the DeWane Funeral home after 2:00 p.m. Tuesday. There will be a prayer service at 8 and American Legion visitation will be at 8:30, both Tuesday evening.

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Verhagen, Dorothy (Van Zeeland)

1997 Appleton Post Crescent dated 10/29/97; Mrs. Ervin Verhagen, Dorothy van Zeeland, 97 Joyce St., Kaukauna, age 75, died Tuesday, October 28th, 1997 at her home following a courageous battle with ovarian cancer,.  She was born March 25th, 1922 in Appleton, the daughter of the late Henry and Margaret (Biese) VanZealand.  Dot was  a volunteer for St. Vincent de Paul.  She enjoyed flower gardening, knitting and making afghans and slippers for her family.  She also loved fishing and spending time up north for colorrama, Dot was a member of Holy Cross Catholic Church, a past treasurer of the Countryside Thursday ladies Golf Team and the Catholic Order of Foresters.  She is survived by her husband of 52 years, Ervin; six daughters and sons in law: Sandra and Chuck Jacobi, of Fort Myers Florida; Mary and Len Hawley, of Crystal Lake Ill.; Barb and Leo Schuh, of Little Chute; Joyce and Ray Schuh, of Little Chute; Judy and Al Zierler, of Little Chute; Coleen and Tom Geske, of Kaukauna; three sons and daughters in law: Keith and Lynn Verhagen, of Combined Locks: Mark and Cindy Verhagen of Little Chute: Bruce and Julie Verhagen of Little Chute.  She enjoyed spending time with her 23 grandchildren: Brian (Maria), Rob and Dave Hawley: Amy (Gerry) Weyenberg, Val (Cole) Ziegelbauer,  Todd Verhagen, Brad (Michele), Scott and Matt Hawley; Bill, Tonya, and Jody Schuh, Rick and Pat Schuh; David and Doug Verhagen, Mike and Ben Verhagen, Michelle, Kathy and Kelly Zierler, Christy and Chad Geske; 3 step grandchildren Gary (Andrea), Greg and Guy (fiancee Shannon) Jacobi, six great-grandchildren Sarah and Matthew Hawley, Gary Lobermeier Kendra and Ryan Weyenberg, Alexi Verhagen; 3 step great-grandchildren Jason, Erin and Joshua Jacobi, a brother and sister in law Robert and Jan Van Zeeland of Raymond, Maine; two sisters and brothers in law, Eunice Reider, of Kimberly; Dolores and Marv Vandenberg, of Mesa Arizona, Marv and Rose Schumacher, of DePere.  She is also survived by her husband's sisters and brothers Rosemary Kramer, of Kaukauna, Johanna Fink of Algoma; Gene and Rita Verhagen, of Kaukauna; Jerry Verhagen, of  Waupaca, and many special relatives and friends. She is preceded by her parents, her mother and father in law, Louis and Catherine Verhagen, a son David, three sisters, Ardell and Margaret Ann Van Zeeland and Betsy Schumacher; a brother and sister in law Gene and Ann Van Zeeland; four brothers in law: Mel Verhagen, Steve Verhagen, Clarence Fink, and Thomas Reider, two sisters in law: Regina (Wally) Swanningson, and Kathy Verhagen.  The mass of resurrection will be at 4:00 p.m. Thursday October 30, 1997 at Holy Cross Catholic Church, Kaukauna, with Father Dave Hoffman officiating.  Burial will be in Holy Cross cemetery, Kaukauna Special thanks to Dr. Swanson and staff, Hospice and V.N.A., Mary Lawrence, Katie Bennett, neighbors and friends for all their care and support.

 

Verhagen, Edward

1992 Appleton Post Crescent dated 8/17/1992; Edward John Verhagen, age 82, beloved husband, father, brother, and grandfather, died peacefully at home Saturday, August 15th, 1992 after a lingering illness. He was born July 20th, 1910 in Freedom. He was the son of the late Henry and Wilhelmina (Weyers) Verhagen. He married Rose Nackers at St. Paul Catholic Church, Wrightstown on April 24th, 1941 and they had lived in Little Chute most of their married life. He was a member of St. John Catholic Church and was also a member of Appleton Papers Locks Mill Quarter Century club. He was employed by Appleton Papers prior to his retirement in 1973. Survivors include his wife, Rose, two daughters and a son-in-law Joan Verhagen of Little Chute, Marie and Jeno Pafford of Rockford Tenn., four sons and daughters in law Bill and Judy Verhagen, Jerry and Karen Verhagen, all of Little Chute, Carl and Karen Verhagen of Kaukauna, Dan and Patti Verhagen, of Freedom, three sisters, Agatha Nussbaum, of Kaukauna, Ceil and Norb Meulemans of Wrightstown, Millie and Irvin DeBruin, of Appleton, seven brothers, Ben and Marge Verhagen, Lawrence and Gladys Verhagen, Richard and Monnie Verhagen, Sylvester and Minerva Verhagen all from Kaukauna, Rev. Robert Verhagen, in Mexico, Raymond Verhagen, Appleton, the Rev. Donald Verhagen, Vail, Arizona, 13 grandchildren, Craig and his fiancee, Tammy Weichmann, Kathy, Judd, Jill, Sarah, Stephen, Tim, Jeff, Greg, Katie, Ben and Kristen Verhagen and Scott Pafforf. He was preceded in death by a daughter, Mary, a sister, Martha Schuh, and two brothers, Francis and Lloyd. Funeral services will be held at 6:00 p.m. Tuesday, August 18th, 1992 at St. John Catholic Church in Little Chute with Reverend Norbert Verhagen and the Rev. Donald Verhagen co-celebrating the funeral mass. Internment will be in the parish cemetery. In lieu of flowers and Memorial Fund has been established. The family of Ed Verhagen thanks God for Ed's 82 years of life and devotion to his wife, family, and friends.< /br>< /br> 

Verhagen, Elizabeth

1946 Appleton Post Crescent May 25th 1946, Miss Elizabeth Verhagen, 26, Route 1 Kaukauna, died at 1225 this morning at her home after a short illness. She was born September 18th 1919 at Kaukauna. She is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Verhagen, Route 1 Kaukauna; eight sisters, Mrs. Henry Felauer, Mrs. Nick VandeHei, Mrs. Martin Sanderfoot, and Mrs. Robert Wegand, all of Little Chute; Mrs. Hubert George and Mrs. Urban VanAsten, both of Kaukauna; Mrs. Richard Wolf of Appleton, and Miss Jeanette Verhagen, at home; three brothers, James, Donald and Mike, of Little Chute; two grandmothers, Mrs. Nicholas Dercks Sr., of Little Chute and Mrs. Dora Verhagen, of Kaukauna. Funeral services will be conducted at 9:00 Tuesday morning at Holy Cross Church, Kaukauna, with the Rev. Peter Grosnick in charge. Burial will be in the St. John's cemetery, Little Chute.

 

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1981 Appleton Post Crescent dated 2/9/1981; Mrs. Peter Verhagen (Elizabeth Jansen); aged 67, died at 1050 P M on Saturday after a brief illness. She was born in June 28th, 1913 in Little Chute. She was a member of the St. Elizabeth society. Survivors include three daughters and sons in law, Ann and Ken Vandenheuvel, of Little chute, Mary Jane and Joseph Janssen, of Manitowoc, Betty and Ken Schnese, of Combined Locks, a son and daughter in law, Tom and Janis of Little chute, 14 grandchildren, two great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Peter, in 1974, a son Peter, a daughter, Barbara, and a brother, Sylvester. A concelebrated Mass will be held at 11:00 a.m. Tuesday at St. John Catholic Church in Little Chute with Reverend Richard Klingeisen and the Rev. Norbert VandeLoo officiating. Internment will be in the parish cemetery.

 

Verhagen, Ervin

2000 Appleton Post Crescent dated ?; Ervin J. Verhagen, Kaukauna< /br>Age 80, died on Thursday, September 28, 2000 at his home. He was born on March 9, 1920, in New London, the son of the late Louis and Catherine (Bergman) Verhagen. Ervin served his country in the South Pacific during World War II while enlisted in the US Army and received four battle stars and a purple heart. Ervin enjoyed woodworking and building replica ships out of toothpicks. He later married< /br>the former Dorothy Van Zeeland on January 20, 1945, she preceded him in death in 1997. He was employed at Thilmany Pulp and Paper for 36 years until his retirement in 1982. Ervin was a member of Holy Cross Catholic Church and the Thilmany Paper Quarter Century Club.< /br>He is survived by six daughters and six son-in-laws: Sandra (Chuck) Jacobi, Fort Meyers, Florida; Mary (Len) Hawley, Orlando, Florida; Barb (Leo) Schuh; Joyce (Ray) Schuh; Judy (Al) Zierler, all of Little Chute; Colleen (Tom) Geske, Kaukauna; three sons and three daughter-in-laws: Keith (Lynn), Combined Locks; Mark (Cindy) and Bruce (Julie), both of Little Chute; 23 grandchildren: Brian (Maria),< /br>Rob (Fiancee Carrie) and Dave (Nika) Hawley, Amy (Gerry) Weyenberg, Val (Cole) Ziegelbauer, Todd (Fiancee Amy) Verhagen, Brad (Michelle), Scott, Matt Hawley, Bill, Tonya, Jody Schuh, Rick and Pat Schuh, David and Doug Verhagen, Mike and Ben Verhagen, Michelle, Kathy and Kelly Zierler, Christy and Chad Geske; three step grandchildren: Gary (Andrea) Jacobi; Greg Jacobi, Guy (Shannon)< /br>Jacobi; eight great grandchildren: Sarah and Matthew Hawley, Gary Lobermeier, Kendra and Ryan Weyenberg, Alexi Verhagen, Caitlyn Ziegelbauer and Elizabeth Hawley; four step great grandchildren: Jason, Erin, Joshua and Noah Jacobi. Ervin is further survived by a brother: Eugene (Rita) Verhagen, Kaukauna; two brother-in-laws: Robert (Jan) Van Zeeland and Marv (Rose) Schumacher; two< /br>sister-in-laws: Eunice Reider and Delores (Marv) Vandenberg. He was preceded in death by his wife, Dorothy; a son: David; three brothers: Melvin, Steven and Jerome (Kathy) Verhagen; four sisters: Lucina Verhagen, Regina (Wally) Swanningson, Rosemary Kramer and Johanna (Clarence) Fink; three sister-in-laws: Ardell and Margaret Ann VanZeeland and Betsy Schumacher; and two brother-in-laws:< /br>Gene (Ann) VanZeeland and Thomas Reider. The funeral liturgy will be at 12PM on Saturday, September 30, 2000, at HOLY CROSS CATHOLIC CHURCH, the Rev. Jack Mullarkey officiating. Interment will be in the parish cemetery. Friends may call directly at the church on Saturday from 10:00a.m. until the time of Mass. The family would like to extend a personal thank you to the Hospice staff and volunteers, especially Mary and Rose. FARGO FUNERAL HOME

Verhagen, Gerald

2001 Appleton Post Crescent dated 4/6/2001; Gerald Louis Verhagen "Jerry", 353 Karlyn Street, Kimberly< /br>Age 71, loving husband, father, and wonderful grandfather, passed away after a lengthy illness. Jerry was born on March 13, 1930 in Little Chute, the son of the late Louis and Ceil (Williamson) Verhagen. He graduated from Little Chute High School. Following graduation, Jerry served in the Korean War as an Airborne Ranger and Medic. He married the former Nadine (Zwiers) Verhagen on September 3, 1955. Jerry was employed as a millwright at Kimberly Clark (Midtec) until he became disabled. He is survived by his wife of 45 years, Nadine; their seven children: Deborah (Dean) Wirth, Appleton; Vicki (Mark) Schmalz, Appleton; Cindy (Doug) Hoffman, Kaukauna; Jeff (Wendy) Verhagen, Appleton; David Verhagen (fiancee Jessica), Waupaca; Jodi (Mike) Skeens, Appleton; and Julie Verhagen, Kimberly. He is further survived by his 13 loving grandchildren, and a sister and brother-in-law: Eileen (formerly Hale), and Harold Strauch, Appleton. Jerry was preceded in death by his sister and brother-in-law: Jan and Dave Lenz, Little Chute; and his parents, Ceil and Louis Verhagen. The funeral liturgy will be at 10 a.m. on Saturday, April 7, 2001 at HOLY NAME CATHOLIC CHURCH, Kimberly, the Rev. Dennis Bergsbaken officiating. Interment will be in the parish cemetery. Friends may call directly at the church on Saturday from 8:30 a.m. until the time of mass. The family would like to extend a special thanks to the Hospice staff who was so helpful during this trying time.< /br>Jansen Fargo Funeral Home 204 E. Kimberly Ave. Kimberly, 788-6202

Verhagen, Gerard (Gerritt)

1938 Appleton Post Crescent dated 1/1/1938; Garrett Verhagen dies in Kaukauna, Pioneer resident of Outagamie County succumbs to illness. Garrett Verhagen, 80, 231 Brothers Street, Kaukauna, died at 10:30 Friday night at his home after a brief illness. Mr. Verhagen was born in Little Chute in 1858 and lived on a farm near Freedom for 30 years. He lived in Kaukauna the last 25 years. Surviving are the widow; four daughters, Mrs. Nick Siebers, Mrs. William Hietpas, Mrs. Albert Siebers, Kaukauna; Mrs. Henry VanAsten, Little Chute; four sons, Michael, John, of Little Chute; Louis, of Kaukauna; Henry, of Freedom; two brothers, Louis, of Little Chute; Henry, of Freedom; one sister, Mrs. William Pennings, Kaukauna; 66 grandchildren and 20 great-grandchildren. The funeral will be conducted at 830 Tuesday morning at the Kaukauna residence with services at 9:00 at Holy Cross Church at Kaukauna with the Rev. A. Garthaus in charge. Burial will be in the Holy Cross Cemetery.

Verhagen, Gladys (Van de Hey)

2004 Appleton Post Crescent dated 12/30/2004; Verhagen, Gladys A.< /br> Gladys A. Verhagen, of Kaukauna, age 86, passed away Wednesday, December 29, 2004 at St. Paul Elder Services in Kaukauna. She was born January 9, 1918 in Wrightstown, daughter of the late Peter and Rosa (Bries) Van De Hey. On November 25, 1937, she married Lawrence Verhagen in Wrightstown; Larry preceded her in death in 2001. Many will remember Gladys as an expert seamstress and upholsterer. She enjoyed making much of her children’s clothing for many years. She also enjoyed needlepoint, other crafts, and was an avid reader.< /br> Gladys was a faithful and active member of St. Aloysius Catholic Church where she had served as a Eucharistic minister.< /br> She is survived by four daughters: Patricia (Jon) Myers of Neenah; Jean Maeder of San Antonio, Texas; Kathleen (Gordon) Westphal of Sayner, Wisconsin; Mary Lynn (Paul) Knapp of Kaukauna; four sons: Thomas (Judy) Verhagen of Kaukauna; Timothy (Karen) Verhagen of Mason, Ohio, Joseph (Bonnie) Verhagen of Kaukauna; David (Sher) Verhagen of De Pere; thirty grandchildren: Karen Hoersch, Kate Meyer, Steve Myers, Suzanne Mitchell, Andrea Myers, Amy Cody, Beth Newton, Margaret Morales, Victoria Rohner, Maureen Hermsen, Patricia Salcido, Emily Pommerening, Dan Verhagen, Roxanne Peelen, Michael Westphal, Elizabeth Verhagen, Michael Verhagen, Andrew Verhagen, Matthew Verhagen, Joshua Verhagen, Erin Verhagen, Maeghan Verhagen, Laurel Verhagen, Rosa Verhagen, Sally Verhagen, Micaela Wadzinski, Mara Knapp, Kelyn Knapp, Kendra Knapp, and Riley Knapp; twenty-six great-grandchildren; three sisters: Dorothy Planner of Kimberly; Florence Mitchell of Kaukauna; and Fran (Mark) Verbeten of Wrightstown; three sisters-in-law: Gert Van De Hey of Wrightstown; Lee Van De Hey of Green Bay; and Boots Zelzer of Kimberly. Gladys is also survived by Larry’s brothers and sister: Richard (Monnie) Verhagen of Kaukauna; Ves (Min) Verhagen of Kimberly; Fr. Norbert Verhagen of San Francisco, and Mille (Ervin) DeBruin of Kimberly; and a sister-in-law: Marge Verhagen of Kaukauna.< /br> She was preceded in death by her parents, Peter and Rosa Van De Hey; sons-in-law: Robert J. Greenwood and Donald Maeder; a grandson, Robert L. Greenwood; sisters: Margaret (Marty) Engelhardt, Mabel (Julius) Weisgerber; and Clara (Ken) Wallace; brothers: Ervin Van De Hey, Walter “Jim” Van De Hey, Elzer Van De Hey, Elard Van De Hey, and Edward Van De Hey; and by two brothers-in-law: Tom Planner and Lester Mitchell. She was also preceded in death by Larry’s brothers and sisters: Fr. Donald Verhagen, Ben Verhagen, Raymond Verhagen, Agatha (Ray) Nussbaum, Ed (Rose) Verhagen, Lloyd (Doris) Verhagen, Ceil (Norb) Meulemans, and Martha (Ignatius) Schuh.< /br> The funeral liturgy for Gladys will be held at 1 p.m. on Saturday, January 1, 2005 at ST. ALOYSIUS CATHOLIC CHURCH, 2401 Main Avenue in Kaukauna with Fr. David Schmidt officiating. Interment will be in Holy Cross Cemetery. Friends may call directly at the church on Saturday from 11 a.m. until the hour of the services.< /br> FARGO FUNERAL HOME 400 W. Wisconsin Avenue Kaukauna< /br>  

Verhagen, Henry

1908 Kaukauna Times dated 11/27/1908; Andrew (wrong) the 11 year old son of Louis Verhagen of Freedom died Monday and was buried Wednesday.< /br> < /br> 1908 Kaukauna Sun dated 11/26/1908; Andrew (wrong) Verhagen the 11 year old son of Louis Verhagen died of brain fever on Monday.< /br> < /br> 1908 Kaukauna Sun dated 12/3/1908; Henry Verhagen the 12 year old son son of Louis died of brain fever.

Verhagen, Henry Gerritt

1973 Appleton Post Crescent dated 11/21/1973; Henry G. Verhagen, age 90, a died at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday following a short illness. He was born in the town of Kaukauna. January 9th, 1883 and had been a lifelong resident of the area. He was formerly employed with the Thilmany Pulp and Paper company until his retirement in 1949. He was a member of the Catholic Foreign Mission of America, a 50 year member of the Knights of Columbus and a Quarter Century member of the Thilmany Paper company. He is survived by four daughters, Mrs. Ray (Agatha) Nussbaum, Mrs. Ervin (Millie) DeBruin, both of Kaukauna, Mrs. Ignatius (Martha) Schuh, Freedom, Mrs. Norbert (Ceil) meulemans, Wrightstown, nine sons, Father Norbert, MaryKnoll Missions, Yucatan Mexico, Rev. Donald, Salvatorian Missions, Milwaukee, Ben, Lawrence, Richard, Sylvester, all of Kaukauna, Ted, of Little Chute, Lloyd, of Sheboygan, Raymond, of Appleton; two stepdaughters, Mrs. Leona Retzlaff, of Phillips Wisconsin, Mrs. Darlene Schneider, Menominee Falls; 75 grandchildren; and 11 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife, Wilhelmina in 1950 and his deceased wife sister, Anne in 1966, whom he married following the death of Wilhelmina. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Friday morning at Holy Cross Catholic Church with his sons, Fathers Norbert and Donald Verhagen officiating. Burial will be in the parish cemetery. A memorial fund has been established for the Maryknoll or Salvatorian foreign missions.

Verhagen, James P

2002 Appleton Post Crescent dated 7/17/2002; Verhagen, James P. “Jim” Appleton< /br> Age 80, died in Appleton on July 16, 2002. James was born to the late Michael and Katherine (Dercks) Verhagen in Little Chute on July 25, 1921. On September 18, 1947, he married Theodosia “Dote” Kiffe in Kaukauna. She preceded him in death in 1993. As a member of the United States Army Air Corps., James served in England during World War II. He was a member of the Knights of Columbus and a member of the American Legion Post in Wrightstown. James owned and operated a dry wall business in Kaukauna. He enjoyed spending time with his family and friends, and particularly enjoyed playing cards with them. Watching football was a favorite past-time, James enjoyed watching the young athletes as well as the professionals. James loved animals of all kinds, whether it be watching birds in his backyard or taking care of his horse.< /br> James is survived by two sons: William (Debbie) Verhagen and Paul (Deb) Verhagen, both of Kaukauna; two daughters: Jane (Steve) Sprangers and Donna (Jerry) Schoen, both of Kaukauna; 10 grandchildren: Troy (Diane), Ben and Kevin Verhagen; Mark and Leah Sprangers, Jenny (Aaron) La Voy, Lori Schoen, and Tanya, Lindsey, and Tyler Verhagen; three great-grandchildren: Trevor Verhagen, and Kaylee and Ashley La Voy; brother, Mike Verhagen of Appleton; two sisters: Jeannette Van Deurzen of Little Chute and Barbara Van Asten of Little Chute; and many nieces, nephews, relatives and friends. James is preceded in death by his wife, parents, sisters and brothers.< /br> The funeral liturgy will be at 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, July 18, 2002, at Holy Cross Catholic Church, 309 Desnoyer Street, Kaukauna, with Fr. Jack Mullarkey officiating. Friends will be received at the church from 2:00 p.m. until the time of the service. Burial will be at Holy Cross Cemetery.< /br> The family extends a special thank you to the staff at Rennes Health Center for their compassionate care.< /br> FARGO FUNERAL HOME 400 West Wisconsin Avenue Kaukauna 766-6200

Verhagen, Jerome

1998 Appleton Post Crescent dated 9/25/1998; Jerome J. Verhagen, Waupaca; Age 71, died on Wednesday, September 23rd, 1998 at his residence in Waupaca. He was born on May 26th, 1927 in Kaukauna, a son of the late Louis and Katherene (Bergman) Verhagen. He married Catherine Gray on June 11th, 1968 in Guam. She preceded him in death on July 17th, 1986. Survivors include a stepson, Roy Luellen, Waupaca; two grandchildren: a great grandchild; two brothers: Ervin Verhagen and Eugene (Rita) Verhagen, both from Kaukauna; two sisters: Johanna Fink, Algoma; RoseMary Kramer, Little Chute; and very close friends, Bob and Kathy Barman, Lodi, Wisconsin, and their daughters Jenny and Sarah; and numerous nieces and nephews. He also had many close friends while working with the Tip-Top Carnival show. Jerry had also made many good friends in association with the Kristy B Band in the Madison area. He's preceded in death by his wife, Katheren; his parents; two sisters Lucina Verhagen and Regina Swanningson; and two brothers, Stephen and Melvin Verhagen. Jerry had served in the U. S Navy for 21 years, and had served during World War II., the Korean War, and of the Vietnam war. He had worked with the Tip-Top Carnival show for about 10 years. Jerry was also proud to have spoken to many groups through his association with Alcoholics Anonymous. Funeral services will be held at the Holly Funeral home in Waupaca on Sunday, September 27th, 1998 at 2:00 p.m. with Father Paul Vandenhogen officiating. Internment will be in the St. Mary Magdalene Catholic Cemetery in Waupaca. Friends may call at the Holly Funeral home in Waupaca on Sunday, one hour prior to the time of the funeral. The Holly funeral home of Waupaca is assisting the family with arrangements.

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Verhagen, Joan T

2003 Appleton Post Crescent dated 11/27/2003; Verhagen, Joan T., Little Chute; Age 60. On Oct. 25, 2003 Joan fell asleep and slipped from the arms of her loving family and circle of friends and awoke in the arms of our loving God. She was the daughter of the late Edward and Rosalia (Nackers) Verhagen. Joan was a lifelong member of St. John parish and a member of St. John Mission Club.< /br> She was preceded in death by her infant sister Mary.< /br> Survivors include her brothers, Bill (Judy), Little Chute, and their children Sarah, Milwaukee; Stephen (fiancee Rebecca), Chicago; Jerry (Karen), Little Chute, and their children Tim (Sara), Little Chute; Jeff, Greg, Dan (Patti), Freedom, and their children Katie, Ben, Kristin; and her sister, Marie (Geno) Pafford, Rockford, Tenn., and their son Scott. She is also survived by her great-nieces and nephews Granthum and Taitum Beck, Joshua and Hanna Verhagen; and numerous aunts and uncles.< /br> The family thanks her special friends and neighbors Joanne, Joe, Bernice, Lorie, Clarence, Shiney and Marie. We extend our thanks to FM Dialysis of Kaukauna and to a very special befriender from St. John. And we thank Molly for the special joy she brought to Joan’s life.< /br> In lieu of flowers a memorial will be established in Joan’s name.< /br> Visitation will be at Holy Cross Church in Kaukauna from 3p.m. Wednesday until the time of the Mass at 5 p.m. Internment will be at St. John’s Cemetery, Little Chute. Verkuilen Funeral Home101 Canal Street

Verhagen, John Joseph

1983 Appleton Post Crescent dated 5/24/1983; John (Jack) Verhagen; aged 76 died unexpectedly early Monday morning. He was born February 2nd 1907, in Freedom. He was employed by the Kimberly-Clark Corporation prior to his retirement. Mr. Verhagen was a member of the Kimberly-Clark Corp. Quarter Century club. Survivors include his wife, Marie Manning Verhagen, a daughter and son-in-law, Bonnie and Art VanAsten, of Little chute, three sons and daughters in law, Bill and Eileen, of Hortonville; Jerry and Rose, of Kimberly; Tom and Clare, of Kaukauna, a sister, Mrs. Margaret Pennings, of Kaukauna, 17 grandchildren six great-grandchildren. The funeral will be at 11:00 a.m. Thursday from St. John Catholic Church with the Reverend Monsignor James Vandenhogen officiating. Internment will be in the parish cemetery.

Verhagen, Josephine

1905 Kaukauna Sun dated 2/24/1905; Josephine Verhagen the 11 year old daughter of Gerrit Verhagen died Saturday at Freedom.

Verhagen, June (Zornow)

Appleton Post Crescent dated 3/24/1997 Mrs. Michael Verhagen, June L Zornow, 1325 East Pauline St., Appleton, aged 71, passed away on Sunday, March 23, 1997 at Franciscan care center.  She was born on June 4th, 1920 5 in Little Chute, the daughter of the late Walter and Theodora (Jansen) Zornow and had resided in the Little Chute, Kaukauna and Appleton area all of her life.  She was united in marriage to Michael Verhagen on September 24th, 1942 sharing 54 years together.  June was formerly employed by  Speed Mitchells in Kaukauna and also by Elm Tree Credit Union (Rich’s).  June loved playing cards and bowling.  Over the years, June and Michael had won several championships.  She was a member of St. Thomas More Catholic church.  Survivors include her husband, Michael, three daughters and two sons in law Mary and Ken Rapp, of Buffalo N.Y.; Nancy and Tim Vermette, of Barre, Vermont; Katie and her special friend Denise Morris; Bruce, Wisconsin; five sons and two daughters in law; David and Sharon Verhagen, of Neenah; Jeffrey Verhagen, of Appleton; Stephen Verhagen and his special friend Carl Grebe, of Port Orange Florida; Theodore Verhagen, of Appleton, Joe and Micki Verhagen, of Appleton: a  daughter in law Bonnie and Lyle Verhagen-Malliet of Neenah, former daughter in law Nancy Verhagen, of Appleton; two brothers and sisters in law, Bill and Margaret Zornow and Jack and Maggie Zornow, all of Little Chute, three sisters and a brother in law: Phyllis Nelson, of Little Chute, Marion VanGroll, of Appleton; Carol and Ray Schmidt, of Kaukauna; a brother in law, James Verhagen, of Kaukauna; two sisters in law, Barbara Van Asten and Jeannette VanDuerzen, both of Little Chute, 11 grandchildren, 11 great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews, other relatives and dear friends.  Besides her parents, June was preceded in death by a son, Michael, an infant sister, several brothers and sisters in law, her father and mother in law: Michael and Catherine Verhagen.  The mass of resurrection will be celebrated at 11:00 a.m. Wednesday March 26th, 1997 at St. Thomas More Catholic Church, corner of Glendale and McDonald St. with Reverend Gerald Falk officiating.  Burial will be in the St. Joseph's cemetery.

 

 

Verhagen, Katherine (Gray)

1986 Appleton Post Crescent dated 7/18/1986; Katherine G. Verhagen, Waupaca, Age 71, passed away Thursday, July 17, 1986 at St. Elizabeth Hospital, Appleton. Funeral services are set for Monday July 21, 10 A.M. at St. Mary Magdalene Catholic Church, Waupaca, the Rev. James Vennix officiating. Burial will be in the parish cemetery.

 

 

Verhagen, Lawrence H

2001 Appleton Post Crescent; Lawrence H. Verhagen "Larry" Kaukauna< /br> Age 89, passed away Wednesday, May 9, 2001 at St. Paul Home in Kaukauna. Larry was born in Freedom on October 18, 1911; son of the late Henry and Wilhelmina (Weyers) Verhagen. He opened the Depot Grocery on Kaukauna's north side in 1935. On November 25, 1937, he married Gladys Van De Hey in Wrightstown. Near the end of World War II, Larry sold Depot Grocery, and in 1947 opened Kaukauna's first self-service, cash and carry gorcery store, then known as Larry's Supermarket. In 1952, the store relocated to Dodge Street, where Larry conducted business as Piggly Wiggly until 1971. In 1964, he opened his Little Chute market and relocated the Kaukauna store to its original Crooks Avenue location in 1967. In the mid 1970's, Larry began to take some time away from the stores, and retired in 1981. Larry was a member of the Kaukauna Lions Club, the Elks Lodge, the Serra Club, and was a 4th Degree Knight of Columbus. He was proud to have been an original stockholder of the Green Bay Packers. An avid fan, he never missed a home game.< /br> Larry is survived by his wife, Gladys Verhagen, Kaukauna; four daughters: Patricia (Jon) Myers, Neenah; Jean (Donald) Maeder, San Antonio, Texas; Kathleen (Gordon) Westphal, Sayner, Wisconsin; Mary Lynn (Paul) Knapp, Kaukauna; four sons: Thomas (Judy) Verhagen, Kaukauna; Timothy (Karen) Verhagen, Charlotte, North Carolina; Joseph (Bonnie) Verhagen, Kaukauna; David (Sher) Verhagen, DePere; 30 grandchildren: Karen Hoersch, Kate Meyer, Steve Myers, Suzanne Mitchell, Andrea Myers, Amy Cody, Beth Newton, Margaret Morales, Victoria Rohner, Maureen Hermsen, Patricia Salcido, Emily Verhagen, Dan Verhagen, Roxanne Westphal, Michael Westphal, Elizabeth Verhagen, Michael Verhagen, Andrew Verhagen, Matthew Verhagen, Joshua Verhagen, Erin Verhagen, Meaghan Verhagen, Laurel Verhagen, Rosa Verhagen, Sally Verhagen, Micaela Knapp, Mara Knapp, Kelyn Knapp, Kendra Knapp, and Riley Knapp; 19 great-grandchildren; two sisters: Agatha Nussbaum, Kaukauna; Millie (Ervin) DeBruin, Kimberly; six brothers: Ben (Marge) Verhagen, Kaukauna; Richard (Monnie) Verhagen, Kaukauna; Ves (Min) Verhagen, Kimberly; Fr. Norbert Verhagen, M.M. of San Francisco; Fr. Donald Verhagen, S.D.S. of Manitowoc; Raymond Verhagen, Appleton. Larry was preceded in death by his parents; a grandson, Robert L. Greenwood; a son-in-law, Robert J. Greenwood; sisters: Ceil (Norb) Meulemans and Martha (Ignatius) Schuh; brothers: Ed (Rose) Verhagen and Lloyd (Doris) Verhagen; an infant brother, Francis Verhagen; and a brother-in-law, Ray Nussbaum.< /br> The funeral liturgy will be held at noon on Saturday, May 12, 2001 at ST. ALOYSIUS CATHOLIC CHURCH, 134 West Ann Street in Kaukauna with Fr. David Schmidt officiating. Interment will be in Holy Cross Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home on Friday from 3:00 p.m. until 8:30 p.m. and again at the church on Saturday from 10:00 a.m. until the hour of the liturgy. There will be a parish prayer and scripture service at 7:00 p.m. Friday at the funeral home. A memorial fund in Larry's name has been established.T The family would like to extend their sincere gratitude to the entire staff of St. Paul Elder Services. Your outstanding level of service put us at ease. Dad could have been in no better hands. FARGO FUNERAL HOME 400 W. Wisconsin Avenue Kaukauna766-6200 www.fargofuneralhomes.com

 

 

Verhagen, Lloyd

1990 Appleton Post Crescent dated 3/22/1990; Lloyd W. Verhagen, 2306 Main Ave. Sheboygan, age 75, died Monday, May 21, 1990, in Sheboygan. He was born April 17, 1915, son of the late Henry and Minnie (Wyers) Verhagen in Freedom, Wisconsin. He associated most of his life with automotive parts stores. He is survived by his wife, Doris; a son, James (Lori); five grandchildren, four sisters: Mrs. Agatha Nussbaum, Mrs. Martha Schuh, Mrs. Ceil Meulemans, all of Kaukauna; Mrs. Millie De Bruin, Appleton; eight brothers: Rev. Norbert Verhagen, M.M.Mexico; Rev. Donald Verhagen, S.D.S., Vail, Arizona; Ben, Larry, Richard and Ves, all of Kaukauna; Ed, Little Chute, Raymond, Appleton. He was preceded in death by a brother, Francis, A cocelebrated Funeral Mass will be held at St. Dominic Catholic Church at 10:30 Friday morning with his brothers officiating. Mass will be preceded by family rites at 10 a.m. at the Habermann Funeral Home, 805 N. 6th Street, Sheboygan. Friends m at the funeral home from 4 until 8 p.m.. Thursday. Burial will take place at Calvary Cemetery. Memorials may given in his name.< /br>  

 

Verhagen, Louis G

1945 Appleton Post Crescent dated 8/7/1945; Louis G. Verhagen, 56, died at his home this morning. He was born in the town of Freedom June 17th, 1889 and lived in Kaukauna for the last 23 years where he was employed at the Thilmany Paper Co.. He was a member of the St. Mary's Holy Name society. Survivors are the widow; his mother, Mrs. Dora Verhagen, of Kaukauna; three daughters, Mrs. Johanna Staniak, of Kaukauna, Mrs. Walter Swaninson and Mrs. Rosemary Biese, of Kaukauna; four sons, Ervin, of Kaukauna, Seaman First Class Melvin, South Pacific, the First Class Petty Officer Eugene, South Pacific, Seaman Second Class Jerome, Great Lakes; three brothers, Henry and Mike, Kaukauna and John, of Little Chute; four sisters, Mrs. Al Siebers, Kaukauna Mrs. Nick Siebers, Mrs. William Hietpas, Little Chute, and Mrs. Henry VanAsten, of Little Chute, and eight grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 930 Friday morning at St. Mary's Church, Kaukauna with the Reverend Joseph Esdepsky in charge. Burial will be at Holy Cross cemetery.

Verhagen, Louis J

1976 Appleton Post Crescent dated 10/18/1976; Mr. Louis J. Verhagen, age 69, died early Saturday evening after a brief illness. He was born December 8th, 1906 in the town of Freedom. He married Ceil Williamsen in 1926 at St. John Catholic Church, Little Chute. They celebrated their golden wedding anniversary October 5th, 1976. He had been employed by Tony Wonders Club for 24 years until he started his own business in 1953. He then operated Louie's Supper Club until his retirement in 1971. He had also served as a clerk for the village of Little Chute for 12 years and was a former chairman for the Veterans Administration board. Mr. Verhagen was a member of the St. Pius X Catholic Church, the American Legion Post No. 258, the Veterans of Foreign Wars, the Forty et 8, and an honorary member of the St. Pius Men's Society. He was a member of the Tavern League and had served as their secretary from 1955 to 1966. He had been a veteran of World War II. having served in the United States Navy from 1943 to 1945. Survivors include his wife Ceil Williamsen Verhagen; two daughters: Mrs. Tom (Eileen) Hale, of Kimberly; and Mrs. David (Janis) Lenz, of Little Chute; a son, Jerry L., of Kimberly; a brother, Nick, of Menasha; two sisters: Mrs. Peter (Margaret) VandenHeuvel, of Little Chute; and Mrs. Anton (Mathilda) Oudenhoven, of Kimberly; 17 grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by four brothers, three sisters, and a grandson. The funeral will be at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at St. John Catholic Church, Little Chute, with a concelebrated Mass with the Reverend Monsignor James Vandenhogen, Rev. Norbert VandeLoo, and the Rev. David Barrett officiating. Internment will be in the St. John's cemetery. Military rights will be held immediately following the service at the church.

Verhagen, Margaret (Burke)

2001 Appleton Post Crescent dated 4/5/2001; Margaret Elizabeth Verhagen< /br> Age 88, went to her eternal rest on April 3, 2001. She was born January 8, 1913 in Kaukauna, daughter of the former John E. and Sara (Reynders) Burke. Margaret married Nichols S. Verhagen on August 9, 1932 at St. Mary's Church in Kaukauna. She worked for Van's Candies and Dutch Oven Bakery in Neenah. She was quick to volunteer as a member of Foresters and Best Friends "Always Young Grays" or at St. Margaret Mary's. Church, family, camping, cards, knitting and crafts were her loves.< /br> In 1942, after their children were born, they moved from Little Chute to Neenah. Children and grandchildren include: son, David, married to Rosemary Bisiew; grandchildren: Pamela, Joanne, Mary (Robert) Lornson, Nick (Diane), Gary (Tamara), and Mark (Cindy); daughter, Patricia, married to John Towns; grandchildren: Barbara Porter, Debra (Steven) Krueger, Michael (Andrea), Charles (Amy), Julie (Paul) Goldbeck, and Edward (Andrea); son, Denis, married to Lynn Frieders; grandchildren: Paul (Cynthia), Michele (David) Matz, and Eric (special friend Lanan Dixon). She also leaves 32 great-grandchildren. Margaret is further survived by sisters-in-law: Mrs. Edmund (Mary) Burke, Mrs. Walter (Del) Verhagen, and brother-in-law, Sylvester Van Domelen.< /br> Preceding her in death were husband, Nick Verhagen (November 4, 1988); son Dave's first wife, Margaret (Hermus) the mother of his children; sisters: Caroline (Walter Pennings/Joe Caze/Albert Bahde), Alice (Ray Parsons/John Lavey), Jeanette (Sam Casey), Mildred (Leo Spindler), Agnes Van Domelen; and brothers: Jack (Sally) and Ed Burke; Verhagen's brother-in-laws: Joseph, Henry, Walter, Peter (Betty) and Louis (Ceil). Verhagen sister-in-laws: Mayme (Louis DeCoster), Margaret (Peter Vanden Heuvel), Josephine (John Wyro), Dora (Joe Hooyman) and Til (Tony Oudenhoven).< /br> Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, April 7, 2001 at Saint Margaret Mary Catholic Church, Neenah with Rev. David Koch officiating. Interment will be in Saint Margaret Cemetery. Friends may call at the church from 9 a.m. Saturday until the time of the service.< /br> After her husband passed away, Margaret lived 10 years in Hearthside Apartments, one in WovenHearts and finally Vallhaven Care Center. Expressions of gratitude are extended to all those who touched her life during these years.< /br> KESSLER FUNERAL HOME 304 S. Commercial Street Neenah 722-6464

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1999 Appleton Post Crescent dated 11/16/99; Marie Verhagen, age 89, formerly of 800 Grand Avenue, Little Chute, died at 1:38 a.m. Sunday, November 14th, 1999, surrounded by her loving family. She was born July 31st, 1910 in DePere, Wisconsin, daughter of James and Antoinette Manning. On October 27th, 1930, she was united in marriage to John J. Verhagen. He preceded her in death on May 23rd, 1983. Marie is survived by a daughter and son-in-law, Bonnie (Art) VanAsten, of Little Chute; Bill (Eileen) Verhagen, Manawa, Jerry (Rose) Verhagen, Darboy, and Tom (Clare) Verhagen, Center. She had 17 grandchildren and 30 great-grandchildren. Besides her husband and parents she was preceded in death by a sister Annabelle Martin, two brothers James and Bud Manning: a grandchild, Rick VanAsten, a great grandchild Bill Christian and numerous brothers and sisters in laws and nieces and nephews. Marie is further survived by four sisters, Dorothy (Melvin) Leininger, Jeanette (Joe) Glowacki, of DePere, Katie (Edward) Gliniski, of Green Bay; Lucille Danelski, of Denmark, a brother Dick (Fran) Manning, of Chilton, and a sister-in-law, Rosemary Manning, of DePere. Over the years Marie enjoyed fishing off the dock at Pickerel Lake. Playing cards, knitting, always giving her work to family, relatives, friends and charity. She was a lifelong member of St. John Catholic Church, Little Chute, and a many year member of the Mission Club. Because of her devotion to the blessed Mary, she was a promoter of the miraculous medals to all family and friends over her entire life span. Friends and relatives may call at the Verkuilen funeral home, Little Chute, on Tuesday, November 16th from 4 to 8:00 p.m. and again on Wednesday, November 17th at St. John Catholic Church from 10 A.M. until the 11:30 a.m. mass of resurrection with the Rev. Monsignor James Vanden Hogan presiding. We wish to thank Dr. David Ebben for his tireless tire less tender care for Mom over these many years. Also to the loving and special caregivers at Park side, nurse Mary, nurse Sue, CNA Pat Weber, Donna VanAsten, Lois, Diane and to anyone else at Park side who truly cared about Mom. Also many thanks go out to mothers devoted friend and neighbor Alma Weyenberg. Our family has a saddened heart, but know Mom is now at peace with Dad.

Verhagen, Mary (Romenesko)

1936 Appleton Post Crescent dated 8/24/1936 Mrs. Louis Verhagen Sr., succumbs at Little Chute, Mrs. Louis Verhagen Sr., 69, died Saturday evening at her home here after a lingering illness. Surviving are her widower, four daughters, Mrs. Louis DeCoster, Combined Locks; Mrs. Joseph Hooyman, of Freedom; Mrs. Peter Vandenheuvel, of Little Chute; Mrs. Anton Oudenhoven, of Kimberly,; four sons, Walter, Louis, Nicholas and Rev. Peter, of Little Chute; four sisters, Mrs. Gerrit Verhagen, Mrs. Matt Weber, of Kaukauna; Mrs. Theodore Pennings and Mrs. Della Unmuth, of Appleton; one of brother, Walter Romenesko, of Kaukauna. Funeral services will be conducted at St. John's Church at 9:00 Wednesday morning. Solemn High Mass will be sung by the Reverend John J. Spranger's assisted by the Reverend C. Luke Leiterman and the Rev. James Geyer. The members of the St. Elizabeth society of St. John Church will attend a funeral in a body. Burial will take place in the parish cemetery.< /br> 

Verhagen, Melvin Louis

1979 Obit Appleton Post Crescent dated 7/31/1979 Melvin M. Verhagen, 901 Sullivan Avenue, Kaukauna, age 57, died unexpectedly Monday afternoon. He was born January 10, 1922 in Kaukauna where he had been a lifelong resident and had been employed by the Kaukauna Times as a pressman. He was a member of the American Legion Thomas E. Kees Post 496, Sherwood. Mr. Verhagen was a World War II, U.S. Navy veteran. Survivors include his mother, Mrs. Catherine Verhagen, of Kaukauna; three brothers, Ervin and Eugene, both of Kaukauna and Jerome of Waupaca; three sisters, Mrs. Clarence (Johanna) Fink, of Algoma, Mrs. Walter (Regina) Swanningson and Mrs. Rosemary Kramer, both of Kaukauna. He was preceded in death by his father, Louis, a brother, Steven, and a sister Lucina. The funeral will be at 10:00 a.m. Thursday at St. Mary Catholic Church, Kaukauna, with Rev. Gary Dantinne officiating. Internment will be in Holy Cross cemetery Kaukauna.

Verhagen, Michael G

1950 Appleton Post Crescent dated 3/6/50, Michael G. Verhagen Sr.. Michael G. Verhagen Sr., 62, Route 1, Kaukauna, died at this morning following a short illness. Survivors are the widow, his mother, Mrs. Dora Verhagen, Kaukauna, eight daughters, Miss Jeanette, at home, Mrs. Henry Felauer, Route 1 at Seymour, Mrs. Hubert George and Mrs. Robert Wegand, Kaukauna, Mrs. Richard Wolfe, Route 4 Appleton, and Mrs. Nicholas P. Vandehey, Mrs. Martin Sanderfoot and Mrs. Urban VanAsten. , Little Chute, three sons, James and Michael Jr., Kaukauna and Donald, at home, two brothers, Henry, of Kaukauna and John G., Little Chute, four sisters, Mrs. Nicholas Siebers, Kenosha, Mrs. William P. Hietpas, Route 1, Kaukauna Mrs. Albert Siebers, Kaukauna and Mrs. Henry VanAsten, Little Chute, 29 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Friends may call at Fargo's funeral home, Kaukauna after 2:00 Tuesday afternoon. The rosary will be recited at 8:00 Tuesday and Wednesday evenings. The services are to be at 9:30 a.m. Thursday morning at Holy Cross cemetery Kaukauna. Burial be in the St. John's cemetery, Little Chute Verhagen was born in Freedom and lived 25 years on Route 1 Kaukauna. He was a member of Holy Cross Church, Kaukauna, and the Holy Name society. For 16 years he was the Chief Clerk of the tool room in the Kimberly-Clark Mill, Kimberly.

Verhagen, Michael

2004 Appleton Post Crescent dated 7/12/2004; Verhagen, Michael M.< /br>Michael M. Verhagen, of Appleton, Age 81, died Sunday, July 11, 2004 at Appleton Medical Center. Michael was born August 16, 1922 in Kaukauna to the late Michael G. and Catherine (Derks) Verhagen and has lived in the Fox Valley all of his life. He proudly served his country in the Army Air Corps during World War II. On Sept. 24, 1942 Michael married June Zornow at St. John Catholic Church in Little Chute, and the couple enjoyed 55 years together until her death in 1997. He worked for many years at Rich’s Bakery, formerly known as Elm Tree Bakery, until his retirement in 1984. Michael was a member at St. Thomas More Catholic Church.< /br>He is survived by three daughters, Mary (Ken) Rapp, Buffalo, NY; Nancy (Tim) Vermette, Ga; and Katherine (special friend Denise) Verhagen, Bruce, Wis; Four sons, David (Sharon) Verhagen, Neenah; Jeffrey (Danielle) Verhagen, Greenville; Steven (special friend Carl) Verhagen, Daytona Beach, Fla; Joseph (Micki) Verhagen, Appleton; and Theodore Verhagen, Greenville. 14 grandchildren and 17 great grandchildren. Further survived by his sister Jeanette Vanduerzin, Little Chute; and a daughter in law Bonnie (Lyle) Malliet, Neenah.< /br>He is preceded in death by his wife June; a son Michael; his parents; and 10 brothers and sisters.< /br>Mass of Resurrection 11 a.m. Thursday, July 15th at St. Thomas More Catholic Church, 1810 N. McDonald St. Appleton, with the Rev. Gerald Falk officiating. Friends may call on Wednesday from 4 to 8 p.m. at the Brettschneider-Trettin-Lederer Funeral Chapel and directly at the church on Thursday from 10 a.m. until the time of service. Parish Prayer Service 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral chapel. Interment will take place at St. Joseph Catholic Cemetery.< /br>In lieu of flowers, a memorial fund has been established.Brettschneider-Trettin-Lederer.606 N. Oneida St.Appleton 733-7383www.btlfuneral.com< /br> 

Verhagen, Michael Lee

1968 Appleton Post Crescent dated April 8th, 1968, Michael Lee Verhagen, age 25, passed away Monday at 1:00 a.m. Mr. Verhagen was born March 26th, 1943 in Little Chute. He was a 1961 graduate of Appleton Senior High School and was employed at Thilmany Pulp and Paper Company. He is survived by his wife, Bonita; one son, Lee Michael, one daughter, Lori Ann; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Michael M. Verhagen; three sisters, Mrs. Allen (Mary) Ebben, Route 5 Appleton; Nancy and Catherine, at home; five brothers, David, U.S. Army, Vietnam; Jeffrey, Steven, Theodore and Joseph, all at home; his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Zornow, of Little Chute. A Requiem High Mass will be held Wednesday at 715 P M at Sacred Heart Catholic church. Burial will be in St. Joseph cemetery.

Verhagen, Nicholas S

1988 Appleton Post Crescent dated 11/5/1988; Nicholas S. Verhagen, 353 First St. Neenah; Age 79, died Friday, November 4th, 1988, following a six month illness with cancer. He was born December 25th, 1908, in Freedom, to Louis and Mary Romanesko Verhagen. He married Margaret Burke on August 9th, 1932, in Kaukauna. Mr. Verhagen was employed by the Kimberly-Clark Corp. for 38 years before retiring in 1971; and was a member of their Quarter Century Club. He was a member of St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Manasha; and he was a lay distributor of the church. He was a member of the Menasha Senior Center and a director of the Sunbeam Singers, the Old Goats Club, the S P E B S Q S A Appleton Barber Shop chapter, and organized St. Margaret Mary Cub Scout troop. Survivors include his wife, Margaret; a daughter and son-in-law, Patricia and John Towns, Neenah; two sons and a daughter in law: David and Rose Mary Verhagen, of Neenah; Dennis and Linda Verhagen, Appleton; 15 grandchildren; and 12 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents; five brothers; five sisters; and a daughter in law, Margaret (Hermes) Verhagen. The funeral service will be held at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at the Kessler funeral home, and at 11:00 a.m. in St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Menasha, with Father Roy Geenen officiating. Internment will be in St. Margaret Cemetery, Neenah.

Verhagen, Peter

1974 Appleton Post crescent dated 4/5/1974; Peter Verhagen, age 62, died unexpectedly at 11:30 a.m. Thursday. He was born November 5th, 1911 in Freedom. He had worked for the Kimberly-Clark Corporation until his retirement in 1968. He was a member of the Kimberly-Clark Corp. Quarter Century club. He is survived by his wife, Elisabeth; three daughters, Mrs. Ken (Ann) VandenHeuvel of Little Chute, Mrs. Joseph (Mary Jane) Janssen of Manitowoc, Mrs. Ken (Betty) Schnese of Combined Locks; a son, Thomas of Little Chute; two brothers, Louis of Appleton, and Nick of Menasha; two sisters, Mrs. Peter (Margaret) VandenHeuvel of Little Chute, Mrs. Anton (Mathilda) Oudenhoven of Kimberly; 13 grandchildren. A son Peter and a daughter Barbara preceded him in death. Funeral services will be held at 11:00 a.m. Saturday at St. John Catholic Church with Rev. Norbert VandeLoo officiating. Internment will be in the parish cemetery.

Verhagen, Raymond A

2002 Appleton Post Crescent dated 5/7/2002; Verhagen, Raymond A.; Brewster Village< /br> Age 84, passed away Sunday, May 5, 2002 at Brewster Village. Ray was born in Freedom on October 24, 1917, son of the late Henry G. and Wilhelmina (Weyers) Verhagen. In his younger years, he was employed at Thilmany Pulp and Paper in Kaukauna.< /br> Ray is survived by three brothers: Rich (Monnie) Verhagen of Kaukauna, Ves (Min) Verhagen of Kimberly, and Fr. Norbert Verhagen of Los Altos, California; two sisters: Agatha Nussbaum of Kaukauna and Millie (Ervin) DeBruin of Kimberly; two sisters-in-law: Gladys Verhagen and Marge Verhagen, both of Kaukauna. Ray is further survived by many nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents; by brothers Ed (Rose) Verhagen, Lloyd (Doris) Verhagen, Larry Verhagen, Ben Verhagen, Fr. Donald Verhagen, and an infant brother Francis; by sisters Ceil (Norb) Meulemans and Martha (Ignatius) Schuh; and by a brother-in-law Ray Nussbaum.< /br> The funeral liturgy for Ray will be held at 5:00 PM on Wednesday, May 8, 2002 at HOLY CROSS CATHOLIC CHURCH, 309 Desnoyer Street in Kaukauna, with Fr. Jack Mullarkey officiating. Interment will be in the parish cemetery. Friends may call directly at the church on Wednesday from 4:00 PM until the hour of the liturgy.< /br> Ray will be remembered as a hard-working, deeply religious, and prayerful man, and will be missed by all who knew and loved him.< /br> The family would like to extend their sincere gratitude to the entire staff at Brewster Village in Appleton for their wonderful care and compassion. Your kindness will never be forgotten.< /br> FARGO FUNERAL HOME 400 W. Wisconsin Avenue Kaukauna 766-6200

Verhagen, Ronald J

2004 APC dated 12/27/2004; Verhagen, Ronald J.< /br> Ronald J. Verhagen (Julio) of Sherwood, age 59 passed away on Dec. 25, 2004, at his home. Ron was born June 13, 1945, in Askeaton, Wis., son of Richard and Monnie (Berken) Verhagen. Ron drove semi for Thilmany International Paper, retiring after 38 years of service. He was a member of the Stockbridge Harbor Fishing Club. Ron lived in the Kaukauna and Sherwood area most of his life. He enjoyed working at his ranch whether he was fixing a tractor, working with a horse or green chopping for the cattle. He enjoyed hunting and fishing but his favorite past-time was being in parades with his buggy horse, “Lindy” or riding the trails with his wife Tami. He will be sadly missed by all his animals, especially his 3 dogs; Abby, Boozle and Black Jack. He will be missed by all. Ron will be remembered for his kind words, his friendship and his love for animals.< /br> Ron is survived by his wife, Tami; his parents Richard and Monnie; 8 brothers, Ken (Pam), Paul (Mary Jo), Pat (Laurie), Dennis (Verla), Fran (Barb), Tony (Sherrie), Peter (Marie) and Roy; 3 sisters, Betty (Bob) Merbach, Terrie (Tom) Biese and Rose (Gary) Heindel; his childen, Todd (Vickie), Tammie (Mark) Luft; stepdaughters, Nikki Burns and Heidi Birling; grandchildren, McKayla, Travis, Taylor and Lynsie; stepgrandchildren, Jordan “Gordy,” Alyssa “Weeds” and Stephanie. He is further survived by many aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews.< /br> A memorial service will be held 8 p.m. Tuesday at Boettcher Family Funeral Home, 2401 Fieldcrest Dr., Kaukauna with Fr. David Schmidt officiating. Friends may call at the funeral home from 4 p.m. Tuesday until the time of service. In lieu of flowers, a memorial fund is being established in his name.< /br> Ron’s wife and family would like to thank all who have helped Ron these past months; especially his brothers and good friend, John Diederich. Also sincere thanks to Dr. Swanson and Ron’s special care-giver nurse “Paul.”< /br>  

Verhagen, Rosalia (Nackers)

1999 Appleton Post Crescent dated 10/19/1999; Rosalia T (Nackers) Verhagen, age 83, passed away peacefully, Sunday, October 17th, 1999, at AMC.  She was born on June 22nd, 1916, in the town of Wrightstown, the daughter of the late Martin and Mary Ann (Nelessen) Nackers.  Rose married Ed Verhagen at St. Paul Catholic church.  She was a member of St. John Catholic Church, the Resurrection Choir, St. Elizabeth Society and the Mission Club.  Larry's Piggly Wiggly employed her for 28 years.  Survivors include two daughters and a son-in-law, Joan Verhagen, of Little Chute; Marie and Gena Pafford, of Rockford Tennessee; four sons and daughters in law, Bill and Judy Verhagen, Jerry and Karen Verhagen, all of Little Chute, Carl and Karen Verhagen, of Oshkosh; Dan and Patti Verhaugen, of Freedom; 13 grandchildren, Craig and Tammy Verhagen, Cathy and Mark Beck, Judd, Jill, Sarah, Stephen, Tim, Jeff, Greg, Katie, Ben, and Kristin Verhagen and Scott Pafford; two great-grandchildren, Grantham and Taitum Beck; two sisters and brothers in law Mag Eiting, of Holland town, Anna Jane and Ernest Van de Hey, of Kaukauna; two sisters in law, Joyce and Leona Nackers.  She was preceded in death by her husband, Ed; a daughter, Mary; two brothers, Sylvester and Howard; sisters and brothers in law Marion and Ted Zimmer, Irene and Charlie Meuleman's, Lucille and Dave Van de Hey, Loraine and Adolph Fale, Gert and Joe Spierings, and Mary and Joe VanGroll.  Friends may call at St. John Catholic Church, Little Chute, from 3:30 p.m. Wednesday October 20th until the service at 5:45 p.m..  In lieu of flowers, A memorial has been established.  The family of Rose Verhagen thanks God for Rose's 83 years of life and devotion to her husband, family and friends.

 

 

Verhagen, Steven

1942 Kaukauna Times dated 1/20/1943; Kaukauna Times dated 1/20/1943; Corporal Steven C. Verhagen killed in action in Pacific; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Verhagen, 206 West Seventh Street, received a telegram from the adjutant general of the War Department Saturday informing them that their son Corporal Steven C. Verhagen 26, was killed in action in defense of his country December 31st, in the southwest Pacific area. Verhagen apparently died in the assault on Burma. He was one of four brothers in the service. He was born May 11th 1916 in this city and attended St. Mary's parochial school. He joined the Army in September 1940 as a member of Company D of Appleton. Early in December he met his brother, Sergeant Ervin Verhagen in New Guinea. They had not seen each other for two years and had been stationed only 7 mi. apart. It was a happy meeting for the two brothers. A letter received by the family informed them that the two brothers had planned on meeting again on December 30th the day before Steven was killed. Steven served as a machine gunner. Survivors are his parents; four brothers Sergeant Ervin serving in New Guinea, second-class seamen Melvin of Mare Island California, second-class seaman Eugene Indianapolis, Indiana, Jerome at home; three sisters Mrs. Walter Swaninnson, Mrs. Vincent Biese of Kaukauna, Mrs. Edward Staniak, Menasha, the grandmothers, Mrs. Mrs. Dora Verhagen of Little Chute and Mrs. Catherine Bergman, Waupaca. A requiem High Mass was held at St. Mary's Catholic Church for Corporal Verhagen Monday morning.

 

Verhagen, Thomas

2004 Appleton Post Crescent dated 12/28/2004; Verhagen, Thomas S. “Nig”< /br> Thomas S. Verhagen, age 62, Little Chute, passed away on December 26, 2004, at home with his family by his side. He was diagnosed with ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease) in September of 2002. Tom was born July 4, 1942, to Peter and Elizabeth (Janssen) Verhagen. On June 3, 1964, he married Janice A. Jansen at St. John’s Catholic Church. Tom was a 1964 graduate of St. Norbert College, De Pere. He was a self-employed accountant for many years. In 1990 he entered into a partnership forming Verhagen & Vanden Heuvel, Inc. He sold his final shares of the business in 2002, but continued his employment with VVH & Associates, LLP until his retirement in July 2004. Tom was a member of the National and State Association of Tax Practitioners and the National Association of Enrolled Agents, representing his clients before the Internal Revenue Service.< /br> He was an active member of St. John Parish, Little Chute, serving as a communion distributor, trustee and member of the finance council. He was also a member of the Knights of Columbus. Tom served the community of Little Chute for many years on the Water Commission. He was also a 30-year member of the Little Chute Fire Department, retiring as assistant chief in 2002.< /br> Survivors include his wife, Jan; two daughters: Lisa and Paul Bons and their children: Christa and Carly Vander Pas and Alex and Casey Bons; Paula and Paul Aman and their children: Katie and Haley Aman; and a son, Michael and Kristin Verhagen and their children: Caleb and Joshua Verhagen. He is also survived by his sisters: Jane (Joe) Janssen and Betty (Ken) Schnese; his brother-in-law, Ken Vanden Heuvel; his wife’s family, sister-in-law, Sue (Dennis) Van Hoof; brothers-in-law: John (Michelle) Jansen and Pete Heesakker. Special godchildren: Mark Vanden Heuvel, Kathy Hermus and Dan Van Hoof and many nieces, nephews and special friends.< /br> Tom was preceded in death by his parents; his sisters: Anne Vanden Heuvel and Barbara Verhagen and a brother, Peter Verhagen, his mother and father-in-law: John R. and Lorraine (Lom) Jansen; and a sister-in-law, Pat Heesakker.< /br> The funeral liturgy will be held at St. John Nepomucene Catholic Church, Little Chute at 11 a.m. Thursday, December 30, 2004 with the Rev. Msgr. James Vanden Hogen officiating. Friends may call at Verkuilen Funeral Home from 4-8 p.m. Wednesday. A prayer service will be held with the Little Chute Fire Department at 6 p.m. In lieu of flowers memorials have been established.< /br> Tom was a wonderful Christian man who practiced his faith in God every day of his life. He taught others by example, especially during his illness, which he accepted with dignity. He was a loving husband, father, grandfather, brother, brother-in-law and friend to many. He will be greatly missed. We find comfort in knowing he is now at peace with Jesus.< /br> The family would like to thank all of the caregivers for their help, compassion, support and love. You truly are a blessing. Thank you to Dr. Jack Meyer and Affinity Visiting Nurses & Hospice for their care.< /br> VERKUILEN FUNERAL HOME101 Canal StreetLittle Chute 788-3321< /br>  

 

Verhagen, W Bernard

2001 Appleton Post Crescent dated 5/31/2001; W. Ben Verhagen St. Paul Home Kaukauna< /br> < /br> Age 91, passed away Tuesday, May 29, 2001 at St. Paul Home in Kaukauna. Ben was born in Freedom on May 31, 1909, son of the late Henry and Wilhelmina (Weyers) Verhagen. Ben was employed for nearly 50 years by Thilmany Pulp and Paper in Kaukauna and for most of that time also operated a dairy farm in the Town of Kaukauna. Ben was a member of the Knights of Columbus, Thilmany Management and Quarter-Century Club, the AARP where he once served as local president, and the Holy Name Society. Ben was a longtime and faithful member of Holy Cross Catholic Church, where he served on the school board and was a eucharistic minister. Many will also remember Ben for the many years he volunteered for the county Social Services Department. He is survived by his wife, Marge Verhagen, Kaukauna; two daughters; Mary (John) O'Neill, League City, Texas; Margaret Guilfoyle, Appleton; five sons: Ben "Bud" (Nancy) Verhagen, Ballwin, Missouri; Jack (Loraine) Verhagen, Estero, Florida; Don (Kitty) Verhagen, Kaukauna; Bob (Marcia) Verhagen, Boca Raton, Florida; Dick (Karen) Verhagen, Madison; 19 grandchildren; 39 great-grandchildren; five brothers: Richard (Monnie) Verhagen, Kaukauna; Ves (Min) Verhagen, Kimberly; Fr. Norbert Verhagen, M.M., San Francisco; Fr. Donald Verhagen, S.D.S., Manitowoc; Raymond Verhagen, Appleton; two sisters: Agatha Nussbaum, Kaukauna; Millie (Ervin) DeBruin, Kimberly; and a sister-in-law, Gladys Verhagen, Kaukauna. He was preceded in death by his parents, sister, Ceil (Norb) Meulemans and Martha (Ignatius) Schuh, brothers: Ed (Rose) Verhagen, Lloyd (Doris) Verhagen, Larry Verhagen, and an infant brother, Francis Verhagen, and brother-in-law, Ray Nussbaum. The funeral liturgy will be 5 p.m. Friday, June 1, 2001 at HOLY CROSS CATHOLIC CHURCH, 309 Desnoyer Street in Kaukauna with Fr. Jack Mullarkey officiating. Interment will be in Holy Cross Cemetery. Friends may call directly at the church on Friday from 2 p.m. until the hour of the liturgy. A memorial fund in Ben's name has been established.< /br> The family would like to extend their sincere gratitude to the entire staff of St. Paul Elder Services. We will always remember your care, love and compassion. Thank you so very much for taking such good care of Dad.< /br> FARGO FUNERAL HOME 400 W. Wisconsin Ave. Kaukauna 766-6200 www.fargofuneralhomes.

 

 

Verhagen, Walter Jr.

1976 Appleton Post Crescent dated 11/9/1976, Walter Verhagen, age 33, died unexpectedly at 6:45 p.m. Monday. He was born March 8th, 1943 in Little Chute. He had been employed by the Thilmany pulp and paper company. Mr. Verhagen had been active in the Boy scouts. He was a 1961 graduate of St. John high-school. Survivors include his wife, Frances, his mother Mrs. Walter (Del) Verhagen Sr., of Little Chute, two daughters, and Julie and Kathy, both at home, three brothers, James of Darboy, Eugene of Kaukauna, and Douglas of Little Chute, two sisters, Mrs. Marcellus (June) VanGompel, of Little Chute and Mrs. Carleton (Grace) Fiestedt of Greenville. He was preceded in death by his father. The funeral will be at 10:30 a.m. Thursday at St. John Catholic Church in Little Chute with Reverend John Blaha officiating. Internment will be in the parish cemetery.

 

 

Verhagen, Walter Sr.

1971 Appleton Post Crescent dated 5/5/1971; Walter (Wally) Verhagen Sr., age 66, passed away at 3:00 p.m. Tuesday following a lingering illness. He is born August 12th, 1904 in Kaukauna. He was a former employee of the Kimberly-Clark Corporation retiring in 1967. He was a member of the Knights of Columbus, Father VandenBorn Council, a member of the Kimberly-Clark Quarter Century Club and the Foreman's Club of Kimberly Clark. He was the first cub master of Pack 51, of Little Chute. Survivors are his wife, Delaphine; two daughters, Mrs. Marcellus (June) VanGompel, of Little Chute, Mrs. Carlton (Grace) Fiestedt, of Greenville; four sons, James, of Darboy, Walter Jr., of Little Chute, Eugene of Little Chute, Douglas, at home; three brothers, Louis, Lake Poygan, Nick of Neenah, Peter of Little Chute; three sisters, Mrs. Mayme DeCoster, of Combined Locks, Mrs. Peter H. (Margaret) Vandenheuvel, of Little Chute, Mrs. Anton (Mathilda) Oudenhoven, of Kimberly; two sisters preceded him in death Josephine Wyro, and Dora Hooyman; he is also survived by 10 and grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 10:00 a.m. Thursday from St. John Catholic Church with internment in the parish cemetery.< /br>  

 

 

Verhagen, Wilhemina (Weyers)

1950 Appleton Post Crescent dated 3/3/1950 Mrs. Henry G. Verhagen Mrs. Henry G. Verhagen, 67, 222 Taylor Street, Kaukauna, died about 11:30 Thursday morning following a long illness. Survivors are the widower, four daughters, Mrs. Ervin DeBruin and and Mrs. Robert Nussbaum, Kaukauna, Mrs. Ignatius Schuh, Freedom, and Mrs. Norbert Meulemans, Wrightstown; nine sons, Rev. Norbert, of Mexico the Rev. Donald of Salvatore, Lawrence and Sylvester, Kaukauna, Lloyd, of Sheboygan, Edward, of Mackville, Raymond, of Appleton, and Richard, of Morrisonville, Dane County; three brothers, Frank Weyers, of Philips, Price County, John Weyers of Little Chute and Anton Weyers of Catawba Price County; two sisters, Mrs. John Buchman, Wisconsin Dells and Mrs. Philip Dantinne of Catawba and 41 grandchildren. Friends may call at the Greenwood funeral home, Kaukauna, after 7:00 Saturday evening. The rosary will be recited at 8:00 Saturday and Sunday evenings. The cortege will form at the funeral home at 9:00 Monday morning and services will be at Holy Cross Church, Kaukauna. The Reverend Andrew Quella will be in charge and the Rev. Donald Verhagen, her son, will be celebrant. Burial will be in the parish cemetery Mrs. Verhagen was born August 13, 1882, in Holland town. She lived for 40 years in Freedom and moved to Kaukauna six years ago. She was a member of the Christian Mother's Society of Holy Cross Church and the Maryknoll Society.

 

Vosters, Arlene (Romenesko)

1986 Appleton Post Crescent dated 4/29/1986: Mrs. Simon Vosters, Arlene Romanesko, age 47, a loving wife, mother, grandmother died Tuesday morning, April 29th, 1986 following a lingering illness. She was born September 22nd, 1938 in Appleton. She married Simon Vosters, November 8th, 1956 at St. Nicholas Catholic Church, Freedom. She had lived in Freedom area all of her life and was a member of the Christian Mothers at St. Nicholas Church. Survivors besides her husband, Simon, include her father, Walter H. Romenesko, Freedom; two daughters and a son-in-law: Lynn and James Francisco, of Green Bay; Lisa, of Little Chute; two sons and a daughter-in-law, Gary and Linda, Appleton; Greg at home; eight brothers: Ray, Orville, and Robert Romenesko, all of Freedom; Ken, Jerry, Vernon, Romenesko all of Appleton; Merle, of Walworth, Clyde, of DePere; four grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her mother, Mabel. The funeral services will be at 12 noon Friday at St. Nicholas Catholic Church, Freedom with Reverend Leander Nickel officiating. Internment will be in the parish cemetery.

 

Vosters, Maria Ann and Halle Rose

2003 Appleton Post Crescent dated 9/12/2003; Vosters, Maria Ann and Halle Rose< /br> Infant twin daughters of Gregory and Dawn (Reybrock) Vosters went safely into Jesus’ arms Friday, September 5 and Monday, September 8, 2003. Interment will be in St. John Cemetery where private family graveside services will be held.< /br> FootprintsHow very softly you both tiptoed into our world, almost silently, only a moment you stayed. But what an imprint your footsteps left upon our hearts.Mom and Dad VERKUILEN FUNERAL HOME 101 Canal Street Little Chute 788-3321

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Wachter, Joseph

1925 Rocky Mountian News dated 8/6/1925 Funeral Notice; Funeral services for Joseph Wachter, beloved husband of Margaret Wachter and brother in law of Mrs. Anthony Hackethal, will take place from the Theodore Hackethal mortuary, 1451 Klamath street, Saturday at 9. Requiem High Mass at St. Elizabeth's church at 9:30 a.m. Internment Fairmont. Visitation of the rosary Friday evening at 830.

Wanta, Irene (Wyro)

1996 Wausau Daily Herald dated 3/27/1996; Irene A. Wanta, 80, 125 Ethel St. Wausau, died Monday, March 25, 1996 at Wausau Hospital Hospice. Survivors include her husband, Rufus Wanta; three daughters Sharon (Art) Miller, Wausau; Susann (Dave) Wallen, Aurburn, Wash; and Shirley Storlie, Valencia, calif.; one brother, Floyd (Arletta) Wyro, Wausau; and four grandchildren. Services will be at 2 Thursday at St. Mary Catholic church, Wausau. Burial will be in the St. Agnes Parish cemetery town of Weston.

Wanta, Rufus

Weber, Anna (Romenesko)

1952 Appleton Post Crescent dated 9/11/1952; Mrs. Anna Weber, 74, 130 Taylor Street, Kaukauna, died at Clintonville at 8:35 Wednesday evening after a one week illness. She was born January 19th, 1878, at Freedom. She moved to Kaukauna in 1900 and lived there until recently. She was a member of the Holy Cross Catholic Church, the Christian Mothers Society of that church, the woman's Catholic Order of Foresters and the Alter Society. Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Carl Specht, of Milwaukee, Mrs. Joseph West and Mrs. Sylvester VanSchyndel, both of Appleton; five sons, Louis, of Appleton, Michael, Edward and Herbert all of Kaukauna, and Charles, of Neenah, two sisters, Mrs. Garrett Verhagen, of Kaukauna, and Mrs. Charles Unmuth, of Appleton; 30 grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren. Friends may call after 730 tonight at the Fargo funeral home, Kaukauna. The rosary will be recited at 8:00 tonight and Friday night. The cortege will format 930 Saturday morning and services will be conducted at 10:00 at the Holy Cross Catholic Church. Burial will be in the parish cemetery.

Weber, Audrey

1986 Appleton Post Crescent dated 7/16/1986; Audrey Elizabeth Weber, 1026 W. Oklahoma; Age 47,died Tuesday after an extended illness. She was born April 29, 1939, in Appleton. Miss Weber was employed by Kimberly Clark Lakeview Mill for 25 years, and was a member of St. Joseph Catho1ic Church. Survivors include three brothers; Victor, Appleton; Kenneth, Menasha; and Eugene, Green Bay; a sister, Mrs. Clem (Jerry) Wallace, Darboy; five aunts on her mothers side: Eleanor, and Josephine Thuecks, both of Appleton; Lillian and Julius Thuecks; Boyd, Wisconsin; Susie Robertson, and Rosalia Proulx, both of Chippewa Falls; Aunts and uncles on her fathers side: Mona Weber, Edith and Herb Weber, all of Kaukauna; Dorothy and Charles Weber, Shawano; Verona and Syl VanSchyndel, Appleton; Florence Weber, Kaukauna; Mary Ann Specht, Milwaukee; She was preceded in death by her parents, Louis and Elizabeth Weber. The complete funeral will be at 11:30 a.m. Burial will be in St. Joseph cemetery.

Weber, Charles M

2000 Appleton Post Crescent dated July ? Charles M. Weber 2600 Heritage Woods Drive Appleton< /br> Age 85, died Friday, July 21, 2000, at Peabody Manor, Appleton. Charlie was born on May 14, 1915, in Kaukauna to the late Mathias and Anna (Romenesko) Weber. He married Dorothy Hoffman on May 31, 1941, in Mackville; she survives. Charlie graduated from Holy Cross Grade School in Kaukauna and the high school department of St. Francis Seminary in St. Francis, Wisconsin. During the 1930s he worked with the Civilian Conservation Corps in northern Wisconsin, a program which employed young men in the forests, and sent part of their pay to their parents. Charlie was working at the foundry in Kaukauna when he enlisted in the U.S. Army; he spent three years with the U.S. Army Ground Forces 18th Chemical Maintenance Company in WWII in Europe. He was entitled to the ETO Service Medal with battle stars for Northern France and Rhineland, Good Conduct Medal, Distinguished Service Unit Citation, Victory Medal and three overseas service bars. Charlie was a member of the Catholic Knights, Catholic Order of the Foresters, lifetime member of Veterans Of< /br> Foreign Wars, and held a Gold Card (50+ years) in the national Plumbers Union. He worked as a plumber for various firms in the Fox River Valley, with the last 8 working years as a Plumbing Inspector. In addition to working at the trade, he also taught apprentice plumbers through Fox Valley Technical College in Appleton. He held a Masters License and a Designers License, and did some free-lance plumbing designing after retirement. While his children were growing up, he did religious instruction at St. Margaret Mary, Neenah. Charlie was also an adult member of the Girl Scouts, installing and maintaining plumbing at Chalk Hills Camp near Wausaukee. He completed part of his training toward becoming a Deacon of the Catholic Church. Charlie assisted his parishes with pastoral< /br> duties, such as visiting the sick and distributing Holy Communion at Mass and to home bound parishioners. After his retirement, he lived at Cecil, Wisconsin, for 8 years, where he was active at St. Martin Church and did political activities with the Wisconsin Coalition for the Aging. Charlie worked with a creative writing group, publishing a number of stories and he self-published his war memoirs< /br> titled, "Spam Again." He also had a few supporting roles in plays at the Mielke Theater in Shawano. Survivors include his wife of 59 years; his daughters, Rita T. (Michael) Shores, Green Bay; Nancy W. (Robert) Margraf, Green Bay; and Barbara J. Weber, West Milwaukee; his sons, Phillip M. (Patricia) Weber, Sherwood; and Carl J. (Barbara A.) Weber, Green Bay; his grandchildren, Sarah (Todd)< /br> Minten, Mathias Weber (fiancee Jennifer West); Joel Weber, Julie Weber, Jennifer (Scott) Vandeleest, Rebecca Margraf; and his two great-grandchildren, Skye Anna Vandeleest and Joseph Minten; and his sister, Verona Van Schijndel, Noord-Brabant, Netherlands, Appleton. Charlie is further survived by his brothers-in-law and his sisters-in-law, Mildred Weber and Florence Weber, both of Kaukauna; Urban (Dorothy) Hoffman, Town of Menasha; Rita B. Hoffman, Appleton; Kenneth (Rita) Hoffman, Appleton, and Elmer (Florence) Hoffman, Kimberly. He was preceded in death by his brothers, Nicholas, Louis, Edward, Michael and Herbert Weber; and his sisters, Mary Ann Specht, Katherine West and Theresa Kons. The Funeral Liturgy will be held at 5 p.m. on Monday, July 24, 2000, at ST. JOSEPH CATHOLIC CHURCH, 410 West Lawrence Street, Appleton, with Fr. John Holly officiating. Interment will be in Highland Memorial Park, Appleton. Friends may call directly at the church on Monday from 3 p.m. until the time of services. In lieu of flowers a memorial has been established in Charles' name. The family wishes to thank Dr. Mark Hallett and the staff and Peabody Manor, St. Elizabeth Hospital, Appleton Medical Center, and Valley VNA Hospice.< /br> WICHMANN FUNERAL HOME 537 North Superior Street Appleton 739-1231

Weber, Edith (Kirkdoffer)

1989 Appleton Post Crescent dated March 12, 1989; Edith Mae Kirkdoffer, Mrs. Herbert Weber, aged 65, died Friday, March 10th, 1989, at St. Elizabeth Hospital after a 15-year battle with rheumatoid arthritis. She was born April 16th, 1923, in Cushman Arkansas, the daughter of the late John and Alice (Sandefour) Kirkdoffer. Edith was happy to come to Kaukauna in 1946, when she married her husband, Herb. She was employed at St. Elizabeth Hospital as an obstetrics technician for 20 years. She was an avid bridge player. A very important part of her life in recent years was reading to and playing games with her grandchildren. She was a member of Holy Cross Catholic Church, the Ladies of Holy Cross and the Lady Knights of Columbus. She is survived by her husband of 42 years, Herbert; a son, Kirk Weber of New Ulm, Minnesota; two daughters and two sons-in-laws, Alice and Tom Rasmussen of West Bend, Ina and Rick Wenzler of Port Washington; 11 grandchildren, Ryan and Mathias Weber, Jim, Carrie, Noah, Benjamin, Sarah and Jacob Rasmussen, Jena, Hilary and Joseph Wenzler; four brothers and four sisters in law; her twin brother, Elmer and Virginia Kirk of Batesville, Ark.; Edgar and Vera Kirk, Jonesboro, Ark.; Thurston and Margie Kirk, Morrilton, Ark.; and Robert and Margaret Kirk of Hughes Springs, Texas; a sister and brother in law, Ina and Ben Sowell of Olive Branch, Mississippi. She was preceded in death by a brother and sister in law, Kenneth and Helen Kirk. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Monday at Holy Cross Catholic Church in Kaukauna, with Father Jack Mullarkey officiating. Burial will be in Holy Cross cemetery. A memorial fund has been established for the arthritic foundation.

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Weber, Edward G

1977 Appleton Post Crescent dated 7/29/1977; Edward G. Weber, age 69, died unexpectedly Tuesday evening. He was born November 3rd, 1907 in Kaukauna. He was employed at Thilmany Paper Co. most of his life. He was a veteran of World War II. He was a member of the VFW and the American Legion of Kaukauna, he was also a member of the past officers of the VFW in Kaukauna. Survivors include his wife, Catherine Florence Weber, Kaukauna; two daughters: Mrs. Daniel (Patricia) Gerrits, of Appleton; Mrs. Arnold (Cheryl) Arts, of Kaukauna; two sons: Edward N, of Appleton; James, of Kaukauna; four brothers, Herbert and Michael, of Kaukauna; Charles and Lewis, of Appleton; two sisters: Mrs. Mayme Specht, of Milwaukee; Mrs. Verona VanSchyndel, of Appleton; and three grandchildren. He was preceded in death by two sisters and a brother. The funeral will be at 11:30 a.m. Saturday at Holy Cross Catholic Church, Kaukauna, with the Reverend Mike Hoffman officiating. Burial will be in the parish cemetery.

Weber, Elizabeth (Thuecks)

1975 Appleton Post Crescent dated 9/9/1975; Mrs. Elizabeth Weber, age 71, died at 3:55 p.m. Monday, September 8th, 1975 after a short illness. She was born August 31st, 1904 in Boyd Wisconsin. She served as a nurse's aide at St. Elizabeth Hospital for 21 years. Mrs. Weber was a member of St. Joseph Catholic Church. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Clem (Geraldine) Wallace, of Darboy, and Miss Audrey Weber of Appleton; three sons Victor Weber of Appleton, Eugene Weber of Green Bay, and Kenneth Weber of Menasha; two brothers, Julius Thuecks of Boyd Wisconsin, and Clarence Thuecks, also of Boyd, Wisconsin; five sisters, Mrs. John (Catherine) Ryba, of Boyd, Mrs. Rosalie Proulx, Chippewa Falls, Mrs. Harvey (Susie) Robinson, Cadott, Wisconsin, Miss Eleanor Thuecks and Miss Josephine Thuecks, both of Appleton. 21 grandchildren and one great grandchild. Her parents, three brothers and one sister preceded her in death. She was from a family of 12. There will be no visitation. The funeral Mass will be at St. Joseph's Church at 11:00 a.m. Wednesday. The family and the remains will be at the church from 9:00 a.m. until time of the mass. Burial will be in St. Joseph cemetery.

Weber, Henry N

1941 Appleton Post Crescent dated 3/6/1941; Long Illness fatal to Nicholas H. Weber - Kaukauna, - Nicholas H. Weber, 44, 130 Taylor street, died this morning at his home after a long illness. Born in Kaukauna, he attended Holy Cross School. He worked as a blacksmith for the Northwestern Railway in Kaukauna and recently was employed at Milwaukee. He was a member of the Loyal Order of the Moose. Survivors are the parents, Mr. & Mrs. Matt Weber, Kaukauna, five brothers, Louis and Edward, Appleton; Michael, Herbert and Charles, Kaukauna; three sisters, Mrs. Joseph West, Mrs. Sylvester Van Shyndel, Appleton and Mrs. Carl Specht, Milwaukee. .....Burial in the parish cemetery.

Weber, Herbert J

Appleton Post Crescent dated 8/25/1997, Herbert J. Weber, age 76, died Saturday, August 23rd, 1997 at Peabody Manor, Appleton.  He was born December 25th, 1920 into Kaukauna, the son of the late Mathias and Anna (Romenesko) Weber.  Herb graduated from Kaukauna high-school in 1939.  During and after high school he had been employed by a malt shop in Kaukauna.  He enlisted in the U.S. Army and served in European theater with a 95th Infantry Division and was the recipient of the Bronze star.  Herb married Edith Mae Kirk on June 29th, 1946.  He started Webers Furnace works and operated that business until retirement.  He was a member of Holy Cross Catholic Church, the Knights of Columbus Council 1033, and the Allouez Assembly #1199 4th degree.  He is survived by a son and daughter in law, Kirk and Judy Weber, of Bellwood, Alabama, two daughters and a son-in-law: Alice Rasmussen of Kaukauna; Ina and Rick Wenzler, of Port Washington; 11 grandchildren: Ryan and Mathias Weber, Jim, Carrie, Noah, Ben, Sarah, and Jacob Rasmussen, Jena, Hilary and Joe Wenzler; a brother and three sisters in law: Charlie and Dorothy Weber, of Appleton; Mona Weber, of Kaukauna; Florence Weber , of Kaukauna; a sister and brother in law, Verona and Syl VanSchyndel, of Appleton, numerous nieces and nephews.  He was preceded in death by his wife, Edith Mae in 1989; four brothers: Mike, Ed, Louis (Elizabeth) and Nick (Edna) Weber; three sisters: Theresa (Tony) Kons, Mayme (Carl) Specht, Katherine (Joe) West.  The mass of resurrection will be at 10:30 a.m., Wednesday, August 27th, 1997 at Holy Cross Catholic Church, Kaukauna with Father David Hoffman officiating.  Burial will be in the Holy Cross cemetery.

 

Weber, Kirk

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Weber, Matthias

1945 Appleton Post Crescent dated 3/27/1945; Mathias Weber, 73, 130 Taylor St. Kaukauna, died at his home 10:00 Monday evening after an illness of three weeks. Born April 19th, 1871, in Woodville, Wisconsin he engaged in the blacksmith trade and in 1903 opened a blacksmith shop in Kaukauna which he operated until his death. He was a past chief ranger of the Catholic Order of Foresters, a member of the Holy Name Society and of Holy Cross Church in Kaukauna. Survivors are the widow; three daughters, Mrs. Carl Specht, of Milwaukee and Mrs. Joseph West and Mrs. Sylvester VanSchindel of Appleton; five sons, Louis, of Appleton; Michael, of Kaukauna and Staff Sergeant Edward, Sergeant Charles and Sergeant Herbert, all serving in the European area; 24 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. The funeral Mass will be read at 9:00 Wednesday morning with the Rev. Peter Grossneck officiating. Burial services will be held at 10:00 Thursday morning with burial in Holy Cross cemetery.

Weber, Michael

1984 Appleton Post Crescent dated 4/29/1984; Michael J. Weber; age 74 passed away unexpectedly, Friday evening. He was born February 9th, 1910 in Kaukauna. He was born raised and lived all of his life in Kaukauna. He was a member of Holy Cross Catholic Church, the Knights of Columbus and the Golden Agers. He is survived by his wife, Mildred (Mona) Auer Weber, three daughters and two sons in law, Mary Ann and Anthony Moringello, Milwaukee, Judith Weber, Campbell California, Katherine and Dan VandeYacht, Glendora Calif., two sons and two daughters in law, William and Colette, Fremont California, Michael and Ada of DePere, two brothers Herbert, Kaukauna, and Charles, Shawano; two sisters Mrs. Mary Ann Specht of Milwaukee and Mrs. Sylvester Verona VanSchyndel of Appleton and seven grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, three brothers and two sisters. Funeral services will be at 10:00 a.m. Monday at Holy Cross Catholic Church with Father David Beaudry officiating. Burial will be in the parish cemetery.

Wegand, Rita (Verhagen)

1976 Appleton Post Crescent dated 6/4/1976; Mrs. Robert Wegand, (Rita Verhagen), age 52, died 11:50 a.m. Thursday after a lingering illness. She was born August 17th, 1923 in Kaukauna. She was a member of the American Legion Post, #258, Little Chute, and a veteran of World War II. Survivors include a daughter, Christine, at home; five sons: Donald, of Greenleaf; Ronald and Timothy, both of Little Chute; James, of Kaukauna; Joseph, of Kimberly; three brothers; Donald Verhagen, of Wrightstown; James Verhagen, of Kaukauna, Michael Verhagen, of Appleton; six sisters: Mrs. Urban (Barbara) VanAsten, Little Chute; Mrs. Robert (Jeanette) VanDeurzen, of Little Chute; Mrs. Herbert (Josephine) George, Mrs. Nick (Wilma) Vandehey, and Mrs. Richard (Dorothy) Wolf, of Kaukauna; Mrs. Victor (Florence) Staege, New London; eight grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband Robert and a sister Rosella. The funeral will be at 10:00 a.m. Saturday at the St. John Catholic Church with Reverend Monsignor James Vandenhogen officiating. Internment will be in the parish cemetery. Military rights will immediately follow the mass on Saturday.

Wegand, Robert C

1971 Appleton Post Crescent dated 3/11/1971; Robert C. Wegand, age 50, passed away at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday following a lingering illness. He was born December 9th, 1920 in Kaukauna. He was a truck driver for Thilmany Pulp and Paper for thirty years, a member of the American Legion Post 258, the St. John Athletic Association, and a Quarter Centery Club. He served with the Army during World War Two. Survivors are his wife, Rita; his mother, Mrs. Peter Wegand, of Kaukauna; one daughter, Christine, at home; five sons, Donald, Ronald, Timothy, all of Little Chute, James and Joseph, at home; one brother, Aloysius, Kaukauna; three sisters, Mrs. John (Jenny) Barbieur, Salem Oregon, Mrs. Clinton (Helen) Driessen, Mrs. Cornelius (Viola) Niessing, both of Kaukauna; two grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 10:00 a.m. Saturday at St. John Catholic Church with internment in the parish cemetery.

Weiske, Paul

1998 Paul V Weiske, Paul Vincent Weiske age 59, of the 720 Eureka, St. Ripon, died Sunday August 2nd, 1998, at his home after a short illness.  He was born December 7th, 1938, in Princeton, a son to Vincent and Margaret (Ewald) Weikse.  Graduated from Princeton High School and then served in the U.S. Navy from August 1956 through October 1959.  On October 26th, 1963, he married the former Bernadette Campbell, and they made their home in Ripon on where Paul worked as a service manager at Speed Queen.  He was a member of St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Ripon, the Knights of Columbus and Catholic Foresters.  He was a past member of the Ripon Noon Kiwanis and had served served as Ripon city alderman in District 3 from 1985 through 1986.  Paul was an avid bowler and fishermen.  He was survived by his wife, Bernadette of Ripon; one son, Mark Weiske of Ripon; two daughters, Susan ( Christopher) Kinas of Princeton and their daughter Emily, and Catherine (Sean) McNevin of Barbaboo; two sisters, Joanne Waters of Green Lake and Rosie Weiske of Milwaukee; several nieces and nephews.  He was preceded in death by his parents, one sister, Shirley Keipe, and one brother, Tom Weiske.  A Mass of Christian burial was held today, Wednesday, August 5th at 11:00 a.m. with the Rev. William Toelle officiating.  Internment was at St. Patrick Catholic cemetery Ripon.  A memorial has been established.

 

Weiss, Katherine M (Fox)

1962 Oshkosh Daily Northwestern dated 7/19/62; Ill six months, Mrs. Weiss Dies; Mrs. Katherine M. Weiss, 67, of 725 at Bowen St., died Wednesday at 6:15 p.m. at Sweet Nursing Home, following an illness of six months. She was born in Asketon (sic), Wisconsin on March 9th, 1895, and attended St. Patrick grade school there. She attended St. Joseph Academy, Green Bay, for one year, and in 1922, graduated from St. Joseph's School of Nursing, Milwaukee, as a registered nurse. She was married to Lawrence J. Weiss on June 25th, 1930. Mrs. Weiss was a member of the St. Mary Catholic Church, parish and Oshkosh Council of Catholic women. Surviving are her husband, Lawrence, one son, the Rev. Robert Weiss, of Marinette, two daughters, Mrs. Margaret Murdock, of Oshkosh, and Mrs. Milton Ehrenberg, of Carpentersville Ill., five brothers, Edward and Richard Fox, of Asketon (sic), John, Walter and William Fox, of Milwaukee, three sisters, Mrs. Carl Piper, of Keystone Heights Florida, Mrs. Walter Summers, of Kaukauna, and Mrs. Thomas Farrow, of Green Bay, and six grandchildren. Services will be held Saturday at 10:00 a.m. at Fiss and Bill's funeral home and 10:30 a.m. with solemn room requiem Mass High Mass at St. Mary Catholic church. The Rev. Robert Weiss will be celebrant, with the Rev. Thomas Fox OP, Green Bay as deacon and the Rev. James Vennix as subdeacon. Burial will be in Calvary cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home from Friday at 3:00 p.m. until the hour of services. Council of Catholic women will recite the rosary Friday at 3:00 p.m., and again at 8:15 p.m. at the funeral home.

 

 

Weiss, Lawrence

1976 Oshkosh Daily Northwestern dated 4/6/1976; Lawrence J. Weiss, Lawrence "Larry" J. Weiss, 80, of 725 Bowen St., died this morning at Oshkosh Care Center, where he had been for the past year. He was born December 31st, 1895, in the town of Buchanan, Outagamie County. He was married to Catherine Fox on June 25th, 1930. She preceded him in death in 1962. Mr. Weiss had been employed at Sunnyview Sanatorium for a number of years, and was assistant manager of St. Mary bowling alley until his retirement. He was a member of St. Mary Catholic Church and the Ushers club. Surviving are one son, Robert of Dusseldorf Germany, two daughters, Mrs. Marge Miller, of Oshkosh and Mrs. Rita Ehrenberg, of Carpentersville Ill., one brother, John Weisss, of Marshfield and six grandchildren. Services will be held at Thursday at 9:30 p.m. at Fiss and Bill's funeral home, and at 10:00 a.m. at St. Mary Catholic Church, the Rev. William Rickert officiating. Burial will be in Cavalry cemetery.

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West, Catherine (Weber)

APPLETON POST CRESCENT OBITUARY; Mrs. Joseph West (Catherine Weber) age 73, Passed away at 4:25 PM Sunday following a lingering illness. She was born February 17, 1901 in Freedom and had lived in the Fox Valley area all of her life. Mrs. West was a member of St. Therese Catholic Church and the Christian Mothetrs Society. She is survived by her husband, Joseph, with whom she celebrated their 53 rd wedding anniversary on May 4, 1973; tow daughters, Mrs. Ervin (Val) Portman, Mrs. Thomas (Arlene) Rogers, both of Appleton; three sons, Henry J. 'Bud' West and Norbert West, both of Appleton, Robert West, Seattle, Wa.; five brothers, Michael, Herbert and Edward Weber, all of Kaukauna, Louis and Charles Weber, both of Appleton; two sisters, Mrs. Sylvester VanSchyndel, Appleton, Mrs. Carl Specht, Milwaukee; 31 grandchildren; 19 great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a daughter, Lola. Funeral services will be held at 11 AM Wednesday from St. Therese Catholic Church with interment taking place in St. Joseph Cemetery. Friends may call at the Wichmann Funeral Home from 3 to 9 PM Tuesday and after 8 AM Wednesday. The prayer service will be held at 8 o'clock Tuesday evening.

 

 

West, Joseph

Appleton Post Crescent dated 12/23/92, Joseph West, 214 East Summer St., Appleton, age  93, died Tuesday, December 22nd, 1992 after a brief illness.  Joe was born on August 14th, 1899 in Freedom, Wisconsin.  Joe was united in marriage to Catherine Weber in 1920 and were married for 54 years.  During his marriage he was employed at the former Interlake Corp., now known as Consolidated Papers Inc. for 42 years.  Joe was happy to live at the Keen Agers for the past five years.  Joe is survived by a daughter, Arlene (Thomas) Rogers, of Appleton; three sons: Henry (Jeanne) West, of Appleton; Robert (Elizabeth) West, of Seattle Washington; Norbert (Marie) West, of Appleton; a brother, Edward (Isabelle) West, of Appleton; a son-in-law, Ervin Portman, of Oshkosh; 31 grandchildren, 74 great-grandchildren, eight great great-grandchildren, many special nieces and nephews.  Joe was preceded in death by his wife, Catherine: two daughters: Valeria and Lola Mae; a daughter-in-law, Marie T. Gasser; two infant granddaughters, seven brothers and five sisters.  Funeral services will be held on Thursday, December 24th, 1992 at St. Theresa's Catholic Church, corner of Morrison at Wisconsin with Father Wilbert  Staudenmiaer officiating.

 

West, Lola

1954 Appleton Post Crescent dated 3/6/1954; Schneider Funeral, Funeral services for Mrs. Gerald Schneider, 20, 1702 1/2 S. Jefferson street, who took her own life Thursday evening, will be held at 9 o'clock Monday morning at Sacred Heart Church with burial in St. Joseph cemetery. Friends may call at the Wichmann Funeral home after 7 o'clock tonight and from 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon until the time of services.< /br>  

Westphal, Al

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Westphal, Lillian (Wilpolt)

2000 Green Bay Gazette; Obituary; Westfahl, Lillian E.< /br>Lillian E. Westfahl, 84, DePere resident passed away peacefully December 27, 2000 with her family by her side. She was born on Jan. 25, 1916 in Green Bay to Albert Wilpolt and Mathilda DuChateau. Shortly thereafter Mathilda married James Smith and Lillian became part of the Smith family. She was a graduate of West Green Bay High School. She was employed by Hartford Insurance Company of Chicago for many years. After returning to DePere she worked for Peter Herber of the Pepsi Cola Bottling Co. She was a member of Westside Moravian Church Green Bay.< /br>Survivors include sisters Dorothy Zelten and Mary Rowe, both of DePere, Helen Jacobson, Green Bay, brother Bob (Rose) Smith, DePere; brothers-in-law Carl Rowe, Lew Schaetz both of Green Bay, sisters-in-law Mary Smith, Luxemburg, Yvonne Smith, Green Bay, and Judy Smith, Pulaski; special niece Sarah Teske, DePere, stepdaughter Barbara Westfahl, Milwaukee, numerous nieces and Nephews.< /br>She was preceded in death by father Albert Wilpolt, mother Mathilda Smith, Dad James Smith; husbands Sylvester Zelten, Harry Thompson, Al Westfahl; brothers Howard Smith, James Smith, John Smith, William Smith, Thomas Smith; sisters Doris Schaetz and Fay Rowe and special friend Carl Christensen.< /br>Friends may call from 2-4 PM on Friday Dec 29, 2000 at Cotter Funeral Home, 860 N. Webster Ave, DePere. Burial will be at the West Moravian Cemetery.

Weyenberg, Barbara

Weyenberg, Douglas

Weyenberg, John

Weyenberg, Joseph

Weyenberg, Lynn

Weyenberg, Margaret

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Weyenberg, Margaret (Dorsey)

2000 Appleton Post Crescent dated 3/18/2000, Margaret Weyenberg, Larson Wisconsin, age 72, died early Friday morning, March 17th, 2000, at her home. She was born on February 24th, 1928, in Freedom, Wisconsin, the daughter of the late Thomas Anna (Golden) Dorsey. She graduated from Freedom high-school. She married Floyd Weyenberg on September 30th, 1950, in Appleton, Wisconsin. They made their home in Kaukauna, Caledonia and in 1990 moved to their present home in Larson, Wisconsin. She was a member of St. Mary Catholic Church, Winneconne Wisconsin. She is survived by her husband Floyd Weyenberg, of Larson: four sons and daughters in law, Paul and Tammy Weyenberg, of Caledonia, Peter and Mary Ann Weyenberg, of DeBary Florida, Tony and Becky Weyenberg, of Salem Wisconsin, George and Jane Weyenberg, of Caledonia: a daughter and son in law Callie and Peter Heinzlemann, of Caledonia, a brother and sister in law, Robert and Carol Dorsey, of Louisiana and, four sisters and a brother in law, Anna Crowley, of Green Bay, Inez Schroeder, of Appleton, Edna (Howard) Allen, of Hemet, Calif., Irene Hopfensperger, of Modesto Calif. and 12 grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents, brothers and sisters and eight children: Lynn, Douglas, Barbara, John, Margaret, Michael, Joseph and James. Funeral services will be held at Sunday March 19th, 2000 at 3:00 p.m. at St. Mary Catholic Church, Winneconne, Wisconsin, with Rev. Leroy Smet officiating. Burial will be in Holy Cross cemetery, Kaukauna, Wisconsin. < /br> 

Weyers, Laverne (Hietpas) (also Schumann)

2004 Appleton Post Crescent dated 6/7/2004; Schumann-Weyers, LaVerne A.< /br> LaVerne A. Schumann-Weyers, age 75, of Kaukauna, passed away suddenly, Friday evening, June 4, 2004, at her home, Kindredhearts. She was born January 16, 1928, to the late Bernard and Matilda (Romenesko) Hietpas, in Little Chute and had been an area resident for 48 years, before moving to Florida. LaVerne moved back to Kaukauna in 1995. LaVerne enjoyed fishing, bowling, golf and playing cards. She was a member of Holy Cross Catholic Church.< /br> She is survived by her husband, Clifford L. Weyers; three children and their spouses, Dawn and Dwayne Ausley, Bushnell, Fla.; Brian and Shannon, Schumann, Fruitland Park, Fla.; Dena and Randy, Carlton, Mascot, Va.; eight step-children, Barbara, Ken, Keith, Betty, Ann, Jan, Karl and Karen; numerous grandchildren and a great granddaughter, Shannon. LaVerne is further survived by a brother and sister-in-law, Marvin and Eleanor Hietpas, Kaukauna; two sisters and a brother-in-law, Mary Francis and Dan Bork, Appleton and Glady Jelence, Fla.< /br> She was preceded in death by three brothers, Vince, Jerry and Don Hietpas.< /br> The funeral liturgy will be held at 11 a.m., Wednesday, June 9, 2004, at HOLY CROSS CATHOLIC CHURCH, 309 Desnoyer Street, with Father Jack Mullarkey officiating. Friends may call at the church on Wednesday from 9:30 a.m., until the time of the mass.< /br> In lieu of flowers a memorial fund is being established.< /br> The family would like to thank the staff of Kindredhearts and Jim and Diane Niesen for their loving care and support.< /br> FARGO FUNERAL HOME400 West Wisconsin AvenueKaukauna 766-6200

Wickesberg, Anton

Appleton Post Crescent dated 8/25/2001; Anton A. Wickesberg, “Tony”, Roswell, Ga., formerly of 1032 West Wisconsin Avenue Appleton.  Age 90, died peacefully following a brief illness on Monday, August 20th, 2001.  He was born in Appleton February 13th, 1911, to Julius and Agnes (Becher) Wickesberg.  He married Marie Unmuth on October 16th, 1935, at St. Theresa's Catholic Church and was a longtime member of the St. Pius X Catholic church.  Tony spent most of his life in Appleton and and recently moved to Roswell, Ga., to be near his son and daughter in law.  He was preceded in death by his wife in December 1998 and by his parents; two sisters, Agnes and Sister Elizabeth, and a three brothers, Herbert, Hilbert and Clarence.  He is survived by a son and daughter in law, Jim and Pat Wickesberg, Alpharetta, Ga.; grandchildren, Jennifer Wickesberg, of San Antonio TX; and Matthew Wickesberg, of Phoenix Arizona; sister, Sister M. Julius Wickesberg, of the Holy Family Convent, Manitowoc; and several nieces and nephews.  Private funeral services were held in Roswell on August 24th.  Graveside services will be held on Monday August 27th, at 11:00 a.m. at St. Mary's cemetery in Appleton, Fr. Don Zuleger officiating.

 

Wickesberg, Henrietta Marie (Unmuth)

1998 Appleton Post Crescent dated 12/8/1998; Marie Wickesberg, age 82, died Saturday December 5th, 1998, at Rennes Health Center. She was born in Appleton on November 19, 1916, to the late Charles and Delia (Romenesko) Unmuth. Marie was a member of St. Pius X Catholic Church. She was preceded in death by two brothers, Walter and Edward Unmuth, and a sister, Peggy Unmuth Jacobs. She is survived by her husband, Anton "Tony", whom she was married to for 63 years; her son, Jim (Pat) Wickesberg, Tulsa, Oklahoma; grandchildren, Jennifer Wickesberg, San Antonio, Texas; and Matthew Wickesberg, Dallas, TX. She is further survived by numerous nieces and nephews and other relatives and friends. The funeral Mass will be Tuesday, December 8th, 1998, at 4:00 p.m. at St. Pius X Catholic Church, Marquette St. with Father Donald Zuleger officiating. There will be a visitation at the church from 3:00 p.m. until the time of mass. Burial will be in St. Mary's cemetery. The family would especially like to thank Wayne and Lucy Schoen for all their kindness and care.

Wilpolt, Alban

Wilpolt, Albardeen (Vandenberg)

1930 Appleton Post Crescent dated 6/14/1930< /br>Conduct Funeral For Mrs. Barney Wilpolt - Funeral services for Mrs. Barney Wilpolt, 67, who died at Appleton Wednesday morning as result of injuries received in a fall several weeks ago, were held at 10 o'clock Saturday morning from the Catholic church at Hollandtown. The Rev. F. VanOffel of Kimberly was in charge of the services. Internment was in Holy Cross Cemetery. Mrs. Wilpolt was born in Hollandtown and lived in the vicinity all her life. She is survived by her widower; three daughters, Mrs. M. Faust, Kaukauna; Mrs. L.C. Berres and Mrs. E.J. Flynn, Kenosha; and three sons, Harry of Wisconsin Rapids, and Norbert and Alban of Kenosha.

Wilpolt, Albert

No Obit Found

1964 Wisconsin Death Record; Died of Myocardial Failure (days) following Cholecystetomy and common bile duct lithotomy (days) for acute pancreatitis and ascending purulent cholangitis (weeks) Listed last address on death record as 3511 W. Mt. Vernon Ave. Milwaukee, WI. Listed as in WWI, occupation Engineer.

Wilpolt, Anna (DuChateau)

See Smith, Anna

Obit missing - died 8/14/1989

Wilpolt, Augusta (Adams)

Obit missing - died Abt Dec 1987 Sun City, AZ.

Wilpolt, Bernard

1948 Appleton Post Crescent dated 2/11/1948< /br>Bernard Wilpolt, 83, 611 Desnoyer Street, Kaukauna, died early this morning at his home after an illness of two months. He was born Feb. 15, 1864 in Sparta and operated a farm before his retirement 17 years ago. Survivors are three daughters, Mrs. Leo Berres and Mrs. Edward Flynn, both of Kenosha; and Mrs. Michael Faust, Kaukauna; three sons, Harry, Wisconsin Rapids; Alban and Norbert, Kenosha; one brother, Henry of Menasha; two half brothers, Theodore Mickie, Wrightstown and Herman Mickie, St. Cloud, Minn.; three sisters, Mrs. Peter Rademacher, Kaukauna; Mrs. Joseph Peters, Rudolph and Mrs. Martin Peters, Portland, Ore., 17 grandchildren and six great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 9:30 Saturday morning at Holy Cross Catholic Church, Kaukauna, with the Rev. Andrew Quella in charge. Burial will be in the parish cemetery.

Wilpolt, Gladys Ruth (Brewster)

1946 Appleton Post Cresent dated 3/7/1946; Mrs. Gladys Wilpolt; Mrs. Gladys Wilpolt, 50, 301 Dickson St, Kaukauna, died Thursday evening in Appleton after a three weeks' illness. She was born March 3, 1893 in Kaukauna and has lived there all her life.< /br>Survivors are the father, Arthur Brewster, Appleton; two daughters, Lieutenant Lorraine Wilpolt, army; Evelyn at home; one son, Gene at home; two brothers Eathan Brewster, Kaukauna; Mike Brewster, Appleton; five sisters; Miss Oniska Brewster, Miss Margaret Brewster and Mrs. Anton Reith, all of Los Angeles; Mrs John Dahm, Fayetteville, N.C.; and Mrs. John Bewers, Appleton.< /br>Funeral services will be held at ? o'clock Saturday afternoon at Greenwood Funeral home Kaukauna.< /br>< /br>1946 Kaukauna Times dated 3/8/1946; Mrs. Wilpolt Dies Wednesday Night; Services Saturday - Three Week Illness fatal to Mrs. Gladys Wilpolt; Died at St. Elizabeth Hospital - Mrs. Gladys Wilpolt, 50, 301 Dickson street, died at 9 o'clock Wednesday evening at St. Elizabeth's Hospital after an illness of three weeks. Funeral services will be held Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Greenwood Funeral home with Rev. John Scheib in charge. Mrs. Wilpolt was born in Kaukauna March 3, 1896, and lived in this vicinity all her life. She had been employed at Geenen's store, Appleton. Survivors are her father, Arthur Brewster, Appleton; two daughters, Lt. Lorraine Wilpolt, army nurse and Evelyn at home; one sone, Gene, at home; two brothers, Eathan Brewster, Kaukauna and Mike Brewster Appleton; and five sisters, Miss Oniska Brewster, Miss Margaret Brewster, and Mrs. Anton Rieth, Los Angeles, CA, Mrs. John Dahm, Fayettville, NC. and Mrs. John Bowers, Appleton.

Wilpolt, Harry H.

1950 Appleton Post Crescent dated 12/28/1950< /br>Harry H. Wilpolt, 57, former Kaukauna resident, died about 6 o'clock this morning at Wisconsin Rapids, his home. Surviving are the widow; two daughters, The Misses Joann and Jean at home; three sisters, Mrs. Ed Flynn and Mrs. Leo Berres, Kenosha; and Mrs. Mike Faust, Kaukauna; and two brothers, Norbert and Alban Wilpolt, Kenosha. Wilpolt was born Sept. 12, 1893, in Kaukauna, where he was first employed by the Chicago and North Western railroad. He went more than 25 years ago to Wisconsin Rapids where he entered the restaurant business. He was a member of the Catholic Church.

Wilpolt, Henry (1872-1957)

1957 Appleton Post Crescent dated 3/25/1957, Ex-Menasha Fireman Dies - Henry J. Wilpolt Had Served With Volunteers 37 Years< /br>Menasha - Henry J. Wilpolt, 84, 26 Main St. a member of Menasha's volunteer fire department for 37 years, died at 2:30 Sunday afternoon after being in poor health for a year. He was born July 28, 1872, in Sparta and had lived in Menasha for 55 years, coming from Kaukauna.< /br>He had been employed at the Menasha Wooden Ware for 50 years before retiring. He retired from volunteer fire service in 1941 when the paid department was established although he served as vacation relief fireman during the war years. He was a member of the Eagles, Catholic Order of Foresters and of Holy Name Society of St. Mary's Church. Funeral services will be held at 10 o'clock Wednesday morning at St. Mary's Catholic Church. Burial will be in Holy Cross Cemetery in Kaukauna. Friends may call at the Laemmrich Funeral Home after 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon and the rosary will be said there at 7 o'clock, 7:30 and 8:30 Tuesday night.Survivors are the widow; a half brother Ted Micke, Clouquet, MN. and two half sisters, Mrs. Elisabeth Peters, Rudolph, and Mrs. Gertrude Peters, Portland, Oregon< /br>< /br>1957 Twin City News Record dated 3/25/1957; Death Claims Henry Wilpolt; Henry J. Wilpolt, 84, of 26 Main St., Menasha, died at his home at 2:30 Sunday morning. He had been in poor health for the past year. He was born July 28, 1872 in Sparta, Wis., and had been a Menasha resident the past 55 years. He came to Menasha from Kaukauna, and was retired from Menasha Wooden Ware Corp. where he had been employed for 50 years. He also served for 37 years on the volunteer fire department for Menasha until the time paid crews were hired. He had also helped the department during World War II on his vacations. He was a member of the Menasha Eagles, The Catholic Order of Foresters, and the Holy Name Society of St. Mary's church. Survivors are his widow, a half-brother, Ted Micke of Cloquet, MN. and two half sisters, Mrs. Elisabeth Peters, Rudolph, Wis., and Mrs. Gertrude Peters, Portland Ore. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 10 am at St. Mary's church. Burial will be in Holy Cross Cemetery, Kaukauna.

Wilpolt, Henry J.(1887-1971)

1971 Appleton Post Crescent dated ?< /br>Henry J. Wilpolt, St. Mary's Home, Manitowoc, Formerly of Kaukauna, aged 84, passed away Saturday afternoon following a brief illness. He was born May 7, 1887 in Marinette and lived in Hollandtown for a short time and had been a Kaukauna resident for about 60 years. Mr. Wilpolt had lived in Kimberly and Manitowoc the past few years. He completed 50 years of service with the Chicago and Northwestern Railroad and was a lifetime honorary member of the Brotherhood Locomotive Engineers, a life member of the Kaukauna Elks Lodge No. 962, the Catholic Order of Foresters, and the Kimberly Golden Age Club. Survivors are his wife Dora; two daughters, Mrs. Norbert (Adele) Noie, Kaukauna and Mrs. Konrad (Dorothy) Tuchscherer, Neenah; a son Ralph, Sydney Australia; a brother Green Bay; a sister, Mrs. Edward (Ann) Bay, Kaukauna, 9 grandchildren and 8 great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 10:45 a.m. at St. Mary Catholic Church, Kaukauna with internment in Holy Cross Cemetery.

Wilpolt, Jessie Bacon (Peters)

2004; Obituary Hunter, Jessie Bacon Wilpolt - Honolulu Star-Bulletin, The (8/30/2004)< /br> Jessie Bacon Wilpolt, Aug. 13, 2004< /br> Jessie Bacon Wilpolt, 54, of Wahiawa, died in the Queen's Medical Center. She was born in Western Samoa. She is survived by children Mark, Elvis, Lina, and James Wilpolt, and Jessica Galletes; mother Lina Skelton; brothers Raymond and Ronald Peters; sisters Elsie Tuinei, Betty Omura, Failani Peters and Carol Valdez; and three grandchildren. Scattering of ashes: 9 a.m. Saturday at Haleiwa Boat Harbor.

Wilpolt, John "Jack"

1962 Appleton Post Crescent dated 6/28/1962; John A. Wilpolt, Formerly of Kaukauna< /br>Aged 68, passed away in Cincinnati Ohio after a one year illness. He was born March 22, 1894 in the town of Holland. Mr. Wilpolt is survived by three brothers Henry, Kaukauna, Albert, Minneapolis, Minn., and Richard, Cincinnati; one sister, Mrs. Edward Bay, Kaukauna. Funeral services will be at 9 a.m. Saturday at Holy Cross Catholic Church, Kaukauna with internment in the parish cemetery. Friends may call at the Fargo Funeral Home after 4 p.m. Friday and the rosary will be prayed at 8 p.m.

Wilpolt, Katherine (Geldernich)

1980 Unknown newspaper; Mrs. Henry Wilpolp (sic) (Catherine) Oakridge Gardens Nursing Home< /br>Age 100, died Friday evening. She was born August 5, 1879 in Freedom. She had been a Menasha resident all of her life. Survivors include nieces and nephews. The funeral will be at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at the Laemmrich Funeral home and 11 a.m. at St. Mary Catholic Church with the Rev. Robert Lussier officiating. Internment will be at Holy Cross cemetery, Kaukauna.< /br>< /br>1980 unknown newspaper dated 3/17/1980< /br>WILPOLT - Mrs Henry (Catherine), 100, Oakridge Garden Nursing Center, and formerly of 26 Main St. Menasha, died Friday evening. She was born Aug. 5, 1879, in Freedom, and was a resident of Menasha all of her life. She was active in the St. Ann Society of St. Mary Catholic church and Catholic Order of Foresters. Survivors include one brother William Geldernick, DePere; nieces and nephews. Funeral will be held at 10:30 a.m. at Laemmrich funeral home and Mass at 11 a.m. at St. Mary Catholic Church, with the Rev. Robert Lussier officiating. Burial will be at Holy Cross Cemetery, Kaukauna.

WILPOLT, LOUIS (1863-1900)

Tombstone is pictured on St. Francis Tombstone Listing.

Wilpolt, Louis (1896-1941)

1941 Appleton Post Crescent dated 5/2/1941; Louis Wilpolt of Kaukauna Is Dead< /br>Louis Wilpolt, 45, 807 Desnoyer St., Kaukauna, died at 4 o'clock this morning at the Veterans' hospital at Wood, WI. after a 3 month illness. Born March 22, 1896, at Hollandtown, he was a member of the Kaukauna Fire Department since March 1934, and formerly was employed as a tinsmith for the Haas Hardware Company, Kaukauna and the Chicago and Northwestern railway.< /br>He was a service officer of the Veterans of Foreign Wars and past commander of the American Legion Post no. 41, at Kaukauna. He was wounded in service, overseas, having been a sergeant in Company H, 128th Infantry, 32nd Division. He was a member of the Wisconsin Paid Fireman's association and of the International Association of Firefighters.< /br>The body will arrive in Kaukauna at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon and will be taken to Greenwood funeral home. Survivors are two daughters, Miss Lorraine Wilpolt, Chicago and Miss Evelyn Wilpolt, Kaukauna and one son, Gene, Kaukauna; four brothers: Henry, Kaukauna, Albert, Minneapolis, John, New York City, and Richard, Hudson Falls, N.Y. and one sister, Mrs. Ed Bay, Kaukauna.

Wilpolt, Louise (Zens)

WILPOLT, MARGARET (FELLER)

1941 Appleton Post Crescent dated 12/27/1941; Mrs. Richard Wilpolt Dies at Hudson Falls< /br>Mrs. Richard Wilpolt, 45, former Kaukauna resident, died at her home at Hudson Falls, N.Y. yesterday morning after a months illness. She moved from here four years ago. Mrs. Wilpolt was born at Kaukauna May 30, 1896 and attended the schools here. Survivors are the widow and daughters, Carol Ann and Margaret Wilpolt; a son Glen Wilpolt, all of Hudson Falls, N.Y.; three brothers, Harry Feller, Milwaukee, Theodore Feller, Two Rivers and Harold Feller, Kaukauna; three sisters, Mrs. Frank Yingling and Mrs. Frank Goetzman, Kaukauna and Mrs. Andrew O'Connell, Milwaukee. Funeral services will be held at Holy Cross Church at 9 o'clock Tuesday morning, the cortege leaving Fargo Funeral Home at 8:30. Burial will be in the parish cemetery.

Wilpolt, Martha J. (Hanchette) < /br> PARDEEVILLE/SUN PRAIRIE - Martha J. (Hanchette) Wilpolt, age 76, passed away peacefully from this life on Saturday, Nov. 29, 2003 at the Remington House, Pardeeville, Wis., after a long struggle with Alzheimers. Martha was born on Dec. 4, 1926, to Orville and Johanna (Sachs) Hanchette. She attended Holy Redeemer Catholic School, Central High School and the University of Wisconsin - Madison. She married Gene L. Wilpolt on Dec. 26, 1949, at Holy Redeemer Catholic Church, Madison. Martha was a caring person and for many years was a devoted caregiver to her mother, Johanna; a sister, Josephine; and two beloved aunts, Marie and Christine Sachs. She was also a devoted member o the Living Stones House of Prayer. She loved her flower beds, fishing on Park Lake, playing cards and the winters in the Texas Rio Grande Valley with her Winter Texan friends. But her first love was dancing, having started at the age of three at the Kehl School of Dance and she continued to be an avid ballroom dancer. She is survived by her husband, Gene; and five children, Karen Molay, Mary Jo Wilpolt, and James Wilpolt, all of Janesville, Thomas Wilpolt of Whitewater, and Barbara (Daniel) Rottiger of Portage; grandchildren, Stephen (DeAnn) Wilpolt of Janesville, Michael Wilpolt and Rebecca (Julio) Gonzales of Cambridge, Sarah and Zachary Krause of Janesville, and Trent, Tyler and Trevor Rottiger of Portage; two great-grandchildren; two sisters, Theodora Zweifel of Palm Harbor, Fla., and Mary Kiper of Hemet, Calif.; and many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents; three grandchildren, John M., Charles E., and infant Molay; two brothers, John and Richard Hanchette; and sister, Josephine Elkington. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at ST. DENNIS CATHOLIC CHURCH, 505 Dempsey Rd., Madison, on Wednesday, Dec. 3, 2003, at 11 a.m. Private entombment will follow at Roselawn Memorial Park Mausoleum. Friends may call at the GUNDERSON EAST FUNERAL HOME, 5203 Monona Drive, on Tuesday, Dec. 2, 2003, from 4 p.m. until 7 p.m. Visitation will also be held at the church on Wednesday, from 10 a.m. until the time of the services. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Alzheimers Association, 517 North Segoe Road #301, Madison, WI 53705. Martha lived her last four years in a wonderful home-like CBRF, The Remington House in Pardeeville. There she was lovingly assisted by people who sincerely cared about her. The kindness of the Remington's staff members is greatly appreciated and will always be remembered. A very special thank you to Jean Koch and Kathy Kohnke for their desire to keep Martha in their care for four long years even though she required total care. For that we will be eternally grateful. I'm Free Don't grieve for me, for now I'm free I'm following the path God laid for me. I took his hand when I heard him call I turned my back and left it all. I could not stay another day to laugh, to love, to work or play. Tasks undone must stay that way. I found that peace at close of day. If my parting has left a void then fill it with remembered joy. A friendship shared, a laugh, a kiss, ah, yes, these things I too will miss. Be not burdened with times of sorrow I wish you the sunshine of tomorrow. My life's been full, I've savored much, good friends, good times, a loved one's touch. Perhaps my time seemed all too brief, don't lengthen it now with undue grief. Lift up your hearts and share with me God wanted me now: He set me free. Gunderson East Funeral Home (608) 221-5420< /br>  

Wilpolt, Norbert

1958 Kenosha Evening News dated August 13, 1958; Norbert J. Wilpolt, 56, Dies at Residence< /br>Died at his residence 4806 18th Ave. Kenosha this morning of a heart attack at age 56. He was born in Kaukauna, Wis. on Mar. 25 1902, son of the late Mr. & Mrs. Barney Wilpolt. He was educated in Kaukauna schools. For the past 34 years, Wilpolt had resided in Kenosha.< /br>On Aug 22, 1930, he married Miss Louise Zens at St. George Catholic Church. He was a member of the Catholic Knights of Wisconsin of St. Georges Church, the Eagles and the Tavernkeeper's Association. From 1933 to 1951 he operated the Anheuser-Busch Beer Distributorship in Kenosha, and since that time had operated Wilpolt's Tavern. He was survived by his widow, Louise Zens, one brother Alban, three sisters; Mrs Leo Berres, Mrs Edward Flynn all of Kenosha and Mrs Leona Faust of Kaukauna. He was preceded in death by one brother (Harry) and his parents.

Wilpolt, Ralph

1984 Appleton Post Crescent dated 8/29/1984; Ralph H. Wilpolt< /br>A former resident of Kaukauna, age 72, died Monday, August 20, 1984 in Sun City, Arizona. His parents were the late Henry and Dora Wilpolt. He graduated from Kaukauna High School and Lawrence University. He received his Masters Degree from Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois where he majored in Geology. He was a professor of Geology at the New Mexico School of Mines, New Mexico. Later he was employed with the U.S. Geological Survey and was Chief Geologist in the Southwest for the Atomic Energy Commission. His Various positions took him to many parts of the world. He was also a member of the American Geological Society. In 1956 he returned to Kaukauna where he was chosen as the Rally Master for the Kaukauna High School Alumni Association Annual reunion. After retiring he served as a consultant working for the Department of Energy with the U.S. Atomic Agency in Vienna, Austria. Survivors include his wife, Augusta, Sun City, Arizona; three sons: David, James and Robert of the Denver, Colorado area; seven grandchildren; and two sisters: Mrs. Norbert F. (Adele) Noie, Kaukauna; Mrs. K.H. (Dorothy) Tuchscherer, Ephraim.

WILPOLT, RICHARD

1977 Appleton Post Crescent dated 10/9/1977; Richard B. Wilpolt, McCormick Home, Green Bay< /br>Age 79, died Friday evening in Green Bay after a long illness. He was born April 6, 1898 in the town of Holland. Mr. Wilpolt formerly worked for the Union Bag Paper Company, Kaukauna then the Union Bag Paper Company Hudson Falls, New York. He was also employed by Thilmany Pulp and Paper, Kaukauna. He retired in 1955 from The Fox Paper Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Survivors include two daughters: Mrs. Riley (Carole) Solie, Appleton; and Mrs. Frank (Marge) Carey, Cincinnati; a brother, (Incorrect, he is a son) Glen Wilpolt, Oakland, California, a sister Mrs. Ann Bay, Kaukauna; and 11 grandchildren. The funeral will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Holy Cross Church with Father Mike Hoffmann officiating. Burial will be in the parish cemetery. Friends may call at the Fargo Funeral Home, Kaukauna after 4pm Monday. There will be a prayer service at 7:30 Monday evening.

Wilpolt, Robert E

Obit Missing - died 4/24/1996 Moss Beach, CA.

Wilpolt, Rose Theodora (Geldernich)

1972 Appleton Post Crescent dated 11/7/1972< /br>Mrs. Henry (Rose T.) Wilpolt, St. Mary's Home, Manitowoc, Formerly of Kaukauna, Aged 83, passed away early Monday after a short illness. She was born August 13, 1889 at Freedom and was an area resident all of her life. She was a fifty year member of Sacred Heart Court 556 of the National Catholic Order of Foresters and was a former member of the Kimberly Golden Agers. Survivors include two daughters; Mrs. Norbert (Adele) Noie, Kaukauna; Mrs. Konrad (Dorothy) Tuchscherer, Neenah; one son, Ralph, Sydney Australia; one brother and one sister, nine grandchildren and nine great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Kaukauna with internment in Holy Cross Cemetery.

Wilpolt, Ruth (Schroeter)

1977 Appleton Post Crescent dated 1/27/1977< /br>Mrs. Ralph H. Wilpolt (Ruth Schoeter) 2700 G Road, Grand Junction, Colorado, age 57, died Tuesday morning at St. Mary Hospital, Grand Junction after an extended illness. She was born January 29, 1919 in Manitowoc where she attended school. Later she attended Lawrence College, majoring in music and graduating in 1941. She was a member of Alpha Chi Omega Sorority. On August 18, 1941 she married Ralph H. Wilpolt, a native of Kaukauna. Mrs. Wilpolt was a member of the Women's Auxiliary Mining and Metallurgical Engineers, the Republican's Women's Club and the Bookcliff Country Club, Grand Junction. Survivors besides her husband include three sons; David, James and Robert all living in the Denver area; six grandchildren and a brother Elmer Schroeter, Manitowoc. The funeral will be Thursday at the Martin Mortuary, Grand Junction, with Rev. William Weber officiating.

Wilpolt, Sarah (Powers)

Tombstone is pictured on St. Francis Tombstone Listing.

1926 Appleton Post Crescent dated 5/24/1926; Mrs. Wilpolt Dies At Daughter's Home< /br> Kaukauna - Mrs. Louis Wilpolt Sr. died at the home of her daughter Mrs. Edward Bay, Desnoyer Sunday morning. Plans for the funeral are indefinite and depend upon the arrival of a son from California, but is quite probable the services will be held Wednesday morning at Holy Cross Church with the Msgr. P. J. Lochman in charge. Internment will be in the Holy Cross cemetery. (Which is wrong, she was buried at St. Francis Hollandtown with her husband) Survivors are one daughter, Mrs Edward Bay, Kaukauna; five sons, Henry, Louis Jr., Richard, Kaukauna; Albert, Milwaulkee, John, San Francisco. (the address of where Sarah died was 807 Desnoyer St.)< /br> < /br> 1926 Kaukauna Times dated May 27, 1926; Wilpolt Funeral is Held Here Wednesday< /br> The funeral services for Mrs. Louis Wilpolt Sr., who died last Sunday morning, were held Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock at the Holy Cross Church. The Rt. rev. Msgr. P.J. Lochman was in charge of the services. Internment was in the St. Francis Cemetery at Hollantown. Pallbearers were her five sons, John, Richard, Louis Jr., Henry and Albert and Edward Bay. Mrs. Wilpolt, who had been sick but a short time, died at 3 o'clock Sunday morning at her daughters home, Mrs. Edward Bay 807 Desnoyer St. Kaukauna.< /br> < /br> 1926 Kaukauna Times dated June 3, 1926 (very hard to read parts not legible)< /br> Among those who attended the funeral of Mrs Sarah Wilpolt were Mr & Mrs Will Cambell of Wrightstown, Mr & Mrs Mike (? ) Of Askeaton, Mr & Mrs peter Rademacher of Dundas, Mr & Mrs Will O'Connell of Green Bay, ? O'Connell Jr. of Milwaukee, Mr & Mrs Joe Peters of Wisconsin Rapids, Mrs Wesley Markham of Milwaukee, Mrs & Mrs Henry Wilpolt of Menasha, A.F. Wilpolt of Milwaukee, John Wilpolt of San Francisco, CA., Mr & Mrs John Powers of Unity, John Powers of ?, Thomas Ryan and Mrs Frank ? of Appleton.

Wolf, Dorothy (Verhagen)

1993 Green Bay Press Gazette dated 3/16/1993; Mrs. Richard (Dorothy C. Verhagen) Wolf, 78, Kaukauna, died Monday, March 15, 1993 following a short illness. She was born Feb. 21, 1915 in Kaukauna to the late Michael and Catharine (Dericks) Verhagen. Dorothy and her husband Richard, were the former managers of the Nitingale Ballroom and the American Legion Club, Appleton. Dorothy was a member of St. Mary's Catholic Church, the Ladies Elks and Ladied Knights of Columbus. Survivors include one daughter and son-in-law, Barbara and William Merkley, Green Bay; two grand daughters, Melissa Merkley, Green Bay; Michele (Jon) Zink, Waukesha; two brothers and three sisters-in-law, James and Dote Verhagen, Kaukauna; Michael and June Verhagen, Appleton; Pat Verhagen, Wrightstown; three sisters, Josephine George, Kaukauna, Barbara Van Asten, Little Chute, Jenette Van Deurzen, Little Chute; her husband's sister, Ann Wolf. She was preceded in death by her husband Richard in 1977. one brother Donald,; Five sisters, Rosell Selaur, Wilma Vande Hey, Florence Staege, Elizabeth Verhagen and Rita Wegand. ....Burial in St. Mary Cemetery, Kaukauna.

Wolf, Richard

1977 Appleton Post Crescent dated 11/24/1977; Richard Wolf, age 69, died unexpectedly Wednesday. He was born October 10th, 1908, in Kaukauna and has been a lifelong resident. He was manager of the Appleton American Legion Club and had formerly been manager of the Nightingale Ballroom, Kaukauna. He was a member of the Kaukauna Elks Club and the to Kaukauna AARP. He is survived by his wife, Dorothy Verhagen Wolf, a daughter, Mrs. William (Barbera) Berkeley, Green Bay; two granddaughters, Michele and Melissa Berkeley, Green Bay; a brother, Fred Wolf, Kaukauna; and two sisters, Mrs. Elsie Otto, Menasha, and Miss Anna Wolf, Kaukauna. Funeral services will be at 10:00 a.m. Saturday at St. Mary Catholic Church, with burial in the parish cemetery. The Rev. Charles Fredericks will officiate. Friends may call at the Greenwood funeral home after 2:00 p.m. Tuesday. There will be a prayer service at 8:00 p.m. Friday.

Wyro, Edwin

1981 Wausau Daily Herald dated Sept 14, 1981< /br> Edwin J. Wyro, 65, 1407 Spring St., Schofield, died Sunday at Wausau Hospital Center. Mr. Wyro retired from Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Co. in 1980 after 39 years of employment. He served in the Army in World War II and was a member of the Disabled Verterans and American Legion Post 492. He was born Sept 16, 1916 in Kaukauna, the son of John and the late Josephine Wyro. He was married April 27, 1940 in Schofield to Virginia "Tootsie" Fuller, who died May 2, 1980. Survivors besides his father include five sons, Jerome, Bradley and Kirk all of Schofield, Kenneth, Milton and Donald at home; one brother Floyd, Wausau; one sister, Mrs. Rufus Wanta, Wausau and seven grandchildren. Services will be on Wednesday at Peace United Church of Christ and burial will be at Pine grove Cemetery.

Wyro, John

1984 Wausau Daily Herald dated 6/4/1984< /br> John Wyro, 92, 6001 Anderson St. Schofield, died Saturday. Mr. Wyro was born Dec 3, 1891 in Kaukauna son of William and Elizabeth Wyro. He was married Jan 30, 1914 in Kaukauna to Josephine Verhagen. She died April 25, 1936. He married Lilliam Kamke in April of 1938. She died Nov 20, 1980. Mr. Wyro was a former tavern owner and member of the Chamber of Commerce. Survivors include a son, Floyd, 1110 N. Second Ave, Wausau; a daughter Mrs. Rufus (Irene) Wanta, 125 Ethel St., Wausau; a stepdaughter , Mrs. Kenneth (Merk) Schiefelbein; 10 grandchildren, two step grandchildren; 15 great grandchildren and two step great grandchildren. Burial will be in Pine Grove Cemetery.

Wyro, Josephine (Verhagen)

NEED OBIT

Wyro, Virginia (Fuller)

1980 Wausau Daily Herald dated 5/3/1980< /br> Mrs. Edwin Wyro, 60, 1407 Spring St. Schofield, was dead on arrival at Wausau Hospital Center at 4 pm on Friday. The former Virginia "Tootsie" Fuller was born Jan. 10, 1920 in Schofield, daughter of the late Mr. & Mrs. John Fuller. She was married in Schofield April 27, 1940 to Edwin Wyro, who survives. She was a member of the Peace United Church of Christ Guild. Survivors besides her husband include five sons, Jerome, 1424 Spring St.; Bradley, 5007 Sternberg Ave. and Kirk, 2303 Sherwood Ave. all of Schofield, Kenneth, Milton, Wis., and Donald at home; two brothers, Earl Fuller, 1407 Spring St. and Jack, Louiston, Idaho; a sister Mrs. Betty Guenther, Route 2, Hatley; and six grandchildren. Services will be held Tuesday at 1:30 pm in Peace United Church of Christ, Schofield, the Rev. Vernon G. Dolde officiating. Burial will be at Pine Grove Cemetery, Wausau.

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Yarcho, Carl W

1983 Denver Post dated February 17th, 1983 Carl W. Yarcho, Mass of Christian burial for Carl W. Yarcho, an engineer for the Public Service Co. of Colorado for 38 years, will be said at 10:00 a.m. today at St. Bernadette Roman Catholic Church, West 12th Avenue, Lakewood. Entombment will be in Mount Olivet. Yarcho, 74, Lakewood, died Sunday at St. Anthony Hospital central. He was born July 6th, 1908, in Lincoln Illinois, and received a degree in chemical engineering from the University of Illinois. He moved to Denver in 1935. He was a registered professional engineer, a ham radio operator and a member of St. Bernadette's Catholic Church, Alpha Chi Sigma fraternity, American Radio relay League and several other ham radio groups. Survivors include his wife, Caroline B.; a son, Kenneth J., of Lakewood; a daughter, Rosemary Converse, of Alexandria Virginia; and five grandchildren. Contributions made to St. Anthony Hospital Systems Flight for Life, Denver or to the Dominican sisters of the Sick Poor, Denver< /br> < /br> 1983 Rocky Mountain News dated March 3rd, 1983, Carl W. Yarcho, who lived at 955 Dudley Street, Lakewood died of a heart attack February 13th in St. Anthony hospital. He was 74.

Yarcho, Caroline (Hackethal)

1994 Denver Post dated 12/8/1994; Caroline B. Yarcho, Lakewood homemaker, 89, Caroline B. Yarcho of Lakewood, a homemaker, died November 22nd at Lutheran Medical center. She was 89. A Mass was said Nov. 26 at St. Bernadette's Catholic church. Internment was at Mount Olivet. She was born November 12th, 1905 in Denver. On May 27th, 1936, she married Carl W. Yarcho in Denver. He is deceased.< /br> < /br> 1994 Rocky Mountian News; Rocky Mountain News dated 12/23/1994 Caroline B. Yarcho, a 89 of Lakewood died November 22nd at Lutheran Medical center. Services were November 26th at St. Bernadette's Catholic Church, with entombment in Mount Olivet. Mrs. Yarcho was born November 12th, 1905, in Denver. She married Carl Yarcho May 27th, 1936, in Denver. She was a homemaker. She was a member of St. Bernadette's parish. Survivors include a son, Ken of Lakewood; a daughter, Rosemary Converse of Wheat Ridge; and five grandchildren. Contributions: Little Sisters of the Poor, Denver.

Yingling, Donald

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Yingling, Francis

2002 Appleton Post Crescent dated 2/14/2002; Yingling, Francis Harold “Frank” Appleton< /br>Age 74, passed away on Tuesday, February 12, 2002 at Appleton Medical Center. He was born on August 29, 1927 to the late Frank and Mary (Feller) Yingling. He was married to Dolores Giebisch on November 6, 1954. Francis served in the Navy from 1945 to 1953. In 1953 he entered the US Marine Corps to become a Naval aviator. He served in Korea and Vietnam, retiring as a helicopter pilot in 1966, with the rank of Major.< /br>Friends from years ago will remember Frank fondly with the many hunting and fishing trips hours, they shared with him. Years ago Francis was active in his Zion Lutheran Church and the Aim Intervention Program.< /br>Francis is survived by his wife; a son, Gregory (Paula) Yingling; a daughter, Laurie Yingling; a grandson, Jake, all of Appleton; two brothers: Orville (Beatrice), Boulder Lake, Wisconsin; James (Joanne), Laona, Wisconsin; and a sister, Dorothy (Gene) Sage, Arkansas. He was preceded in death by an infant daughter, Antonette; three brothers: Jerome, Donald and Norbert Yingling. Visitation will be held on Saturday, February 16, 2002 at Zion Lutheran Chapel, 912 N. Oneida Street, Appleton starting at 2:00 p.m. with Pastor Larry Matthews leading a prayer service at 3:00 p.m. In lieu of flowers, a memorial has been established. Frank’s wishes were to be cremated.< /br>VALLEY FUNERAL HOME 2211 N. RICHMOND 733-5435

Yingling, Frank

1969 Appleton Post Crescent dated 5/28/1969; Frank Yingling, 906 Desnoyer St. Kaukauna; Age 77, died at 3:30 at home, Wednesday morning, after a lingering illness. He was born December 4, 1891 in Kaukauna and was a lifelong resident of Kaukauna. He was employed at Thilmany Pulp and Paper Company until his retirement in 1956. He was a member of the Holy Name Society of Holy Cross Catholic Church. Survivors are his wife, Mary; one daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Kennedy, Appleton and five sons, Orville and Francis, Appleton; Donald and James, Kaukauna; Norbert, Omaha: Nebraska; two sisters Mrs. Gertrude: Heinz, DeLand, FL. Mrs. Albert (Theresa) Schieffelbein, Kaukauna; 18 grandchildren. Funeral services will held at 11 a.m. Friday moning from the Holy Cross Catholic Church, with burial in the parish cemetery.

Yingling, Hazel (Aft)

1959 Shawano Evening Leader dated 6/4/1959; Woman From Appleton Dies of Injuries< /br>An Appleton woman became Shawano county's fifth road fatality of 1959 last night when she died of injuries suffered in a one car accident on the Menominee Indian reservation Sunday evening. The victim was Mrs. Orville Yingling, 44. Mrs. Yingling was a passenger in the 1956 Chevrolet station wagon that struck a tree at 8 p.m. Sunday, eleven miles north of Keshena on highway 55. Orville Yingling, the driver of the car, and three children were also hurt in the mishap, but are reported in satisfactory condition. Mrs. Yingling, died at 8 p.m. Wednesday at the local hospital where she had been confined since the accident. Mrs. Yingling was the former Hazel Alft, daughter of Mrs. Susan Alft, White Lake and the late John Alft, Sr. She was born July 1, 1914 at Shawano. Her home was at Appleton where she had been active in the Christian Mothers, the Home School Association and the VFW Auxillary. She leaves her husband and three children, Cathy, Carl and Timothy. All were in the car together at the time of the accident. The children have been released from the Shawano Municipal Hospital, but Mr. Yingling is still a patient there. She also leaves her mother and her brothers and sisters. In charge of arrangements at Shawano is the Born-Schweers Funeral home. Funeral arrangments are in charge of the Wichmann Funeral home in Appleton. Services will be conducted at St. Theresa Catholic Church in that city at 10 a.m. Saturday. Internment will be in the St. Joseph cemetery.

Yingling, Jerome

1966 Appleton Post Crescent dated 6/6/1966< /br>Jerome Yingling, 524 S. Richard St. Combined Locks, Age 51, passed away at 10:15 p.m. Thursday after a short illness. He was born May 21, 1915 in Kaukauna where he lived most of his life and was employed for 27 years by Arthur Koelm as a painter. Mr. Yingling was a member of the Holy Name Society of St. Paul's Church, Combined Locks. Survivors are his wife, helen; his parents, Mr. & Mrs. Frank Yingling, Kaukauna; two daughters, Linda and Karen both at home; Three sons, Thomas, Ft. Hood Texas, U.S. Army; Gary and David, both at home; five brothers, Orville, Appleton; Norbert, Troy, Ohio; Francis, Jacksonville, N.C.; Donald and James, Kaukauna; one sister, Dorothy, Milwaukee. Services will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at St, Pauls church with interment in the parish cemetery.

Yingling, Mayme (Feller)

1990 Appleton Post Cresent dated 11/20/1990; Mrs. Frank Yingling, Mary Feller - Formerly of 906 Desnoyer St., Kaukauna. Age almost 100, died peacefully Monday November 10, 1990 at Franciscan Care Center. She was born January 2, 1891, in Freedom, the daughter of the late John and Anna (wrong) (Romenesko Feller. She was a member of the Holy Cross Catholic Church, the Ladies of Holy Cross and the Lady Foresters. She is survived by five sons and six daughters-in-law; Orville and Bea Yingling, Langlade; Donald and Mary Yingling, Lakewood; Norbert and Della Yingling, Omaha, Nebraska; Francis and Delores Yingling, Appleton; James and JoAnn Yingling, Kaukauna; Helen Dettl and her husband John, Kaukauna; a daughter and son-in-law, Dorothy and Eugene Sage, Neenah; 19 grandchildren and 23 great granchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Frank in 1969, and a son Jereome, in 1967. The funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday at Holy Cross Church, Kaukauna with Fr. Jack Mullarkey officiating. Burial will be in Holy Cross Cemetery. Because she so loved little children, the memorial fund will be for the Milwaukee Children's Hospital.

Yingling, Norbert

1995 Omaha World Herald dated 9/3/1995; Death Notice; Yingling, Norbert A., aged 71 yrs, Survived by wife, Della; daughters and sons-in-law, Larraine and Mel Milne, Auburn, WA., Christine and Joe Amble, Captian, NM; brothers and sisters-in-law, Orville and Bea, White Lake, Wis., Francis and Delores, Appleton, Wis., Jim and Joann, Laona, Wis., Sister and brother-in-law, Dorothy and Gene Sage, Bella Vista, AR; Sisters-in-law, Mary Yingling, Lakewood, Wis., Helen Dettl, Kaukauna, Wis., many nieces, nephews and dear friends. Memorials to your favorite charity.

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Zielinski, Sara (Van Asten) 

2004 Appleton Post Crescent dated 1/8/2004; Zielinski, Sara Ann,(Van Asten), “Rara”,LaCrosse, WI< /br> Age 29, died Sunday January 4, 2004 as a result of a traffic accident. Sara was born April 7, 1974 to Jerome “Whitey” and Carol (Evers) Van Asten in Appleton. She married her best friend and soul mate, Michael Zielinski on January 10, 2003 in Jamaica. Sara graduated from Kimberly High School as Valedictorian and continued her undergraduate studies at St. Norbert’s College. She earned her master’s degree from Old Dominion University, VA in Physical Therapy. Sara had been employed by South Hampton Memorial, Franklin VA, Schubbe Resch Chiropractic & Physical Therapy and most recently at Innovations Rehabilitation in Sparta, WI. She helped to bring the best out of people through her kind and caring nature. Sara had a passion to help, which led her to her career in physical therapy. Through her pursuit of higher education she continually strived to make herself better.< /br> Family and friends were integral parts of Sara’s life. She will be greatly missed by all who knew her, especially her husband Michael, her parents, Michael’s parents who considered Sara the daughter they never had, her dear friend and sister, her brothers, her ten nieces and nephews, all of her very special friends and the many aunts, uncles, cousins, and grandparents from both families.< /br> She is survived by her husband, Michael Zielinski; her parents, Whitey (Carol) Van Asten of Darboy; her three brothers, Tom (Barb) Van Asten of Freedom and their children, Carissa, Kelsie, Kayla and Carlie; Jeff (Lois) Van Asten of Darboy and their children, Tyler and Maria; Steve (Kelly) Van Asten of Darboy and their children Kashena and Annalee; her sister, Pam (Gary) Schiedermayer of Darboy and their children Nicholas and Jeremie; Michael’s parents Tom and Natalie Zielinski of Neenah and Michael’s two brothers, Tommy and Mark Zielinski. She will be further missed by Grandma Ceil Van Asten and Michael’s grandparents John and Jackie Zielinski.< /br> She was preceded in death by her nephew, Eli Thomas Van Asten, Ann and Arne Van Asten, Ann and Peter Evers, and Natalia and Luis Alcantar.Sara’s Funeral Liturgy will be 3:15 p.m. on Friday January 9, at HOLY ANGELS CATHOLIC CHURCH, W2796 Highway KK, Darboy with Msgr. James Vanden Hogan presiding and Fr. Tom Pomeroy concelebrating. Friends will be received on Friday at Church from 12 Noon until the time of service. In lieu of flowers, an educational fund for students of physical therapy will be established in her name. Sara’s wish to help others through organ donation has been fulfilled. The Boettcher Family Funeral Home, Kaukauna is assisting the family. 920-766-2099.< /br> Our beautiful little Sara, We will forever hold you in our hearts. Your energy & enthusiasm for life will inspire us to go on and live our lives to the fullest.You will always be our special baby, Love Mom & Dad I’ll always be your true companion, Love your “Spanks”< /br>  

Zirbel, Mary (Powers)

2000 Appleton Post Crescent; Mary E. Zirbel, Wrightstown< /br> Age 85, passed away peacefully at her home with her family by her side on Saturday, July 1, 2000. The former Mary Powers was born on November 1, 1914 to the late William H. and Sadie Powers. On August 8, 1939 she married Alvin C. Zirbel at St. John's Church in Green Bay and they enjoyed over 60 years of marriage. Mary was a member of St. Paul Catholic Church in Wrightstown where she was also< /br> a member of the church's Altar Society. She was also a member of the American Legion Auxiliary, Unit #436 in Wrightstown. She attended grade school in Askeaton, Wisconsin before graduating from high school in Chicago, Illinois. Mary's most important and gratifying job in life was working in her home caring for her family. Home and family were very important to her but when working outside the home, she enjoyed her job at the Greenleaf-Wayside State Bank. Among her favorite hobbies were crocheting and knitting. Mary will be sadly missed by her husband, Al; her children: Bonnie (Howard) Tietler, Carlsbad, California; Kenneth J. (Mary) Zirbel, Kaukauna; Thomas L. (Karen) Zirbel, Wrightstown; Judy (Bruce) Ludke, Wrightstown; Patrick M. (Marie) Zirbel, Wrightstown; grandchildren: Sue Zirbel-Helms, Kenneth J. Zirbel Jr., Anna Ludke-Coussons, Paul Ludke, David Zirbel, Sarah Zirbel, Mollie Zirbel, Michael Zirbel; 10 great-grandchildren, her brothers: Sherman Powers, Denten, Texas; Richard Powers, Appleton; Wilfred Powers, Kaukauna; a sister, Lorraine Powers-Damro, Kaukauna; and several nieces and nephews. Mary was preceded in death by her parents: William H. and Sadie Powers; and two brothers: Kenneth and Joseph. Friends may call at DeWane/Cotter Funeral Home, 711 Main Street, Wrightstown on Tuesday, July 4, 2000 from 4 to 8 p.m. The American Legion Auxiliary will have a short prayer service at 6:45 p.m. followed immediately by the Parish Prayer Service at 7 p.m. at the funeral home. The visitation will continue Wednesday after 9 a.m. at the funeral