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. Craig Schaumberg .

Collected and contributed by:  Bill Fonferek

May 7 to May 8, 2012 .
.Green Bay Press-Gazette.

Yvonne "Puts" Damp, 65, Oconto Falls, died peacefully Saturday evening, April 28, 2012 at Community Memorial Hospital surrounded by her family. She was born Nov. 1, 1946, in Oconto Falls, to Gordon and Marie (King) Heimke. Yvonne grew up in rural Oconto Falls where she attended pubic schools, graduating from high school with the class of 1964. Following graduation, she attended cosmetology school in Green Bay and worked for several years at Majestic Beauty Salon in Oconto Falls.

On March 12, 1966, she married Wayne Damp in Menominee, Mich. The couple has lived in Oconto Falls, for all of their married lives where they raised two children. Yvonne also worked in laundry services at Community Memorial Hospital for over 20 years. As a devoted wife, mother and grandmother, "Puts" will fondly be remembered for being a great cook and baker for the large dinners she'd make for her family and friends. She was also a good listener and friend to many.

Survivors are her husband of 46 years, Wayne Damp, Oconto Falls; their two children, Wendy (special friend, Sean Houska) Damp, Scott (Kate) Damp, all of Oconto Falls; four grandchildren, Jacob (fiancee, Angel Picard) and Mariah (fiance ,Marc Monfort) Oestreich, Scott W. Jr. and Max Damp; one great-grandson, Trent Jacob Oestreich; four brothers, Ron (Mary) Heimke, Abrams; Gary (Glori) Heimke, Todd "Doc" (Sandra) and Roger "Eb" (Terri) Heimke, all of Oconto Falls; many nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her parents and in-laws, Jim and Lorraine Damp. - See more at:

Craig Schaumberg, age 50 of Pulaski, died very unexpectedly Saturday
afternoon, May 5, 2012. He was born on May 1, 1962 in Oconto Falls, the son
of Lloyd and the late Barbara (Wood) Schaumberg, and was a 1980 graduate of
Gillett High School. On October 4, 1986, he married Shelly Ruege in Gillett.
The couple lived in Green Bay until 1989, at which time they relocated to
the Pulaski area. Craig was employed at Carver / Marquis Yacht, for the past
32 years.

Craig was always his family's ROCK. He was their strength, the jokester, and
the positive force in their lives. He was incredibly devoted to his family,
his faith, his work, and to every area of his life. He gave everything 100%
effort. Winter was his favorite season; his favorite sled - Ski-Doo! He had
a great passion to take things apart and re-build them "better," "stronger,"
and more powerful. These things gave him his adrenaline rush. He gained his
peaceful balance in the woods. He loved gun and bow hunting. It was his
quiet release and time to think. He loved landscaping and gardening. Craig
could eat pizza every day of the week.

Survivors include his wife, Shelly of Pulaski; his "other two girls," Amanda
Jean (Matthew) Jump of Wausau, and Ashley Jean Schaumberg of Pulaski;
father, Lloyd Schaumberg, Sr., of Krakow; mother-in-law, Jean Ruege of
Gillett; siblings, Cheryl (David) Braun of Gillett, Darrell (Jan) Ruege of
Gillett, and Debbie (Don) Peterson of Sobieski; nieces and nephews: Justin,
Mandy, and Josh; Leslie, Faye, Phillip, and Peter; Brad, Kevin, and Scott;
Laura and Kayla; godchildren, Laura and Logan; other relatives and many,
many friends.

Craig was preceded in death by his mother, Barbara Schaumberg; one brother,
Lloyd Schaumberg, Jr.; stepmother, Ronna Schaumberg; and his father-in-law,
Leonard Ruege.

Friends may call at Peace Lutheran Church, 1954 County Road U (Kunesh), from
4:00 to 8:00 p.m. Wednesday. The visitation continues at 9:00 a.m. Thursday
at the church. The Funeral Service will be celebrated at 11:00 a.m. with
Pastor Stuart Dornfeld officiating. Marnocha Funeral Home, Pulaski, is
serving the Schaumberg family.

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