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updated 18 Apr 2011


This is the 2011 alphabetical listing of extractions of Obituaries that the PGS has gleaned from newspaper and funeral home obituaries that relate to the families of Door County residents that do not have a cemetery listed and that we were unable to link to a cemetery in the county using our PGS Cemetery Indexes, or because they are buried somewhere other than Door County.


Some Brown and Kewaunee residents are included as well because the family surname is also found in Door County.


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ANDERSON, Grace M.*/b. 28 Jun 1922, Sister Bay, Door Co., WI-d. Sun. 13 Feb 2011, Woodview at Scandia Village, Sister Bay, Door Co., WI; *Source: OBITUARY-CASPERSON Funeral Home: Grace M. ANDERSON, (88) of Sister Bay, Wisconsin-Parents: George and Odell LOGERQUIST-Grace and her husband Roland owned and operated Little Sister Resort in Sister Bay until their retirement-was a member of First Baptist Church of Sister Bay and very active in the music ministry of the church-Married Roland ANDERSON in Sister Bay, WI on 28 May1946-he preceded her in death on 2 Sep 1977-Survivors include her son Dwight (Mary Jo) ANDERSON; sister , Faye ( Roger ) ISAACSON and brother-in-law, Leonard PETERSON-also survived by many nieces, nephews, cousins and other relatives and friends- preceded in death by her parents, husband, daughter Bonnie Jean and sisters Alice PETERSON and Betty WILTSE-Funeral Services held at First Baptist Church in Sister Bay, WI on Wednesday 16 Feb 2011-CASPERSON Funeral Home, .


APFELBACH, Henry William, M.D./d. 1 Jan 2011; *Source: Door Co. Advocate-Wed. 5 Jan 2011; Henry William APFELBACH, M.D., (89), Lake Forest, Ill. and Fish Creek, Wis.-36 year staff member of Lake Forest Hospital and founder of Lake Forest Orthopaedics-Husband of Priscilla F. APFELBACH-Father of Carl W. (Margaret) APFELBACH, Lura A. (Scott) LACKIE, Henry L. APFELBACH and Peter G. (DEDE) APFELBACH-Stepfather of Margaret STICKEL, Anan RAYMOND, Elizabeth A. RAYMOND and Daniel RAYMOND, Grandfather of 17-Brother of Dr. George L. APFELBACH, Jr-preceded in death by his mother, Louise S. APFELBACH and by his father, George APFELBACH and stepmother, Alice-Memorial visitation Thursday, 6 Jan 2011, at Wenban Funeral Home, 320 E. Vine Avenue, Lake Forest, IL 60045-Funeral services and interment will be held at a later date in Door County, Wis.-WENBAN Funeral Home,


BARNOWSKY, Gladys*/b. 6 May 1924, Marenisco, MI-d. 14 Mar 2011; *Source-OBITUARY-CASPERSON Funeral Home: Gladys BARNOWSKY (May 6, 1924 Ė March 14, 2011)-Gladie BARNOWSKY-Parents: Robert and Martha BELLAMY-grew up in Monico, WI where she married Ervin ERICKSON who gave his life in service to his country in WWII, leaving behind a young widow and infant son, Michael-Gladie married Arwed BARNOWSKY in 1946 and they enjoyed more than 50 years as life partners in all things- Forty of those years were spent in Baileys Harbor where they both were active participants in church and community activities-Ever independent and a feminist long before the word resurfaced in the 1960ís; Gladie never let gender expectations stop her from her next challenge-one of the first female school bus drivers for Gibraltar, the first Baileys Harbor "Lioness" and she was very proud to be the first woman to earn her airplane pilotís license in Door County in 1974-preceded in death by her beloved husband Arwed, brother Jess, sisters Verna, Ann, Laura and Marie-survived by her four children; Mike BARNOWSKY (Cathy), Sharon KOESSL (Thomas), Nancy GOSS (Thomas) and Dan BARNOWSKY (Jane), foster son Carl BUSCH, five grandchildren; Chuck BARNOWSKY (Lynn), Dawn GRIECO (Scott), Eryn ROMEIS, Keely OPPERMANN (Kevin) and Cole BARNOWSKY (fiancť Celia), four great grandchildren; Kelsey BARNOWSKY, Max BARNOWSKY, and twins Madeline and Kaitlyn GRIECO-Funeral service Saturday, 19 Mar 2011, at Shepherd of the Bay Church in Ellison Bay-CASPERSON Funeral Home

BEANE, Pearl SCHROEDER*/b. 18 Sep 1924, Town of Warren, Berlin, WI-d. Mon. 7 Feb 2011, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI; *Source: OBITUARY-HUEHNS Funeral Home: Pearl SCHROEDER BEANE, (86)-Parents: Edward and Ella (TEWS) SCHROEDER-graduated from Berlin High School and attended Business College in Milwaukee-was employed by the Sturgeon Bay School District for 22 years as a librarian-married to Welby "Bud" BEANE, who passed away in 1990-Survivors include her three children, Tom (Sherry) BEANE of Hudson, WI, Pricilla BEANE of Sturgeon Bay, and Peter (Deb) BEANE of Kewaunee, WI; five grandchildren; and two sisters, Mildred SCHRAM and Velda JONES-memorial service held on Saturday, 12 Feb 2011 at Bay View Lutheran Church-Burial will be at a later date at Nepeuskun Cemetery in Berlin, WI-HUEHNS Funeral Home,


BERNS, Lucille A.*/b. 5 May 1923, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI-d. Fri. 11 Feb 2011; *Source: OBITUARY-HUEHNS Funeral Home: Lucille A. BERNS, (87), Sturgeon Bay-Parents: Frank and Anna (SPAHN) DEUTSCH -graduated from Sturgeon Bay High School in 1940-Upon graduation was employed by the local telephone company-later worked for Leathem Smith Shipbuilding as a switchboard operator-Married on 24 Apr 1947 to Lester F. BERNS at Corpus Christi Catholic Church in Sturgeon Bay-member of the Saint Joseph Catholic Church choir for many years-Since 1984, one of her true passions was volunteering at Feed and Clothe My People-also volunteered at the American Red Cross and Lifeline of Door County- led rosary groups at local assisted living facilities, often "going the extra mile" to go shopping for residentsí special requests-Survivors include her husband, Lester BERNS, Sturgeon Bay; children John (Kristine) BERNS, Sturgeon Bay; Thomas (Dana) BERNS, Mequon, WI; Vicky RAAB (Dennis), Chagrin Falls, OH; Lester Jr. "Butch" (Mary) BERNS, Green Bay, WI; nine grandchildren and one great-grandchild; and two brothers Harold DEUTSCH and John DEUTSCH-preceded in death by her parents, and sisters Marie KROLL and Dorothy MIELER-Memorial Mass celebrated on Saturday 19 Feb 2011 with Fr. Robert KONKOL as celebrant-The family also would like to express our gratitude to Golden Living Center-Dorchester and AseraCare Hospice for providing comfort and care for both Lucille and her family during our time of need-HUEHNS Funeral Home,


BITTORF, Deborah "Debby"*/b. 19 Sep 1957, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI-d. 23 Feb 2011, at home, Egg Harbor, Door Co., WI; *Source: OBITUARY-FORBES Funeral Home: Deborah "Debby" BITTORF, (53), of Egg Harbor-Parents: Matthias and Elizabeth (ANSCHUTZ) OSTRAND-graduated from Gibraltar High School-married on 17 Sep 1977 to Daniel J. BITTORF in Egg Harbor-Survivors include her husband, Dan; one sister, Tina OSTRAND (Jeff LAUTENBACH), Sturgeon Bay; other siblings; nieces and nephews, Cheryl, Christopher, Jonathan and Gracie HENDRICKS; aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends-preceded in death by her parents; and two sisters, Laurie Ann and Tammy Lynn- Private family services will be conducted-FORBES Funeral Home


BOLLER, Crystal CHRISTOPHERSON*/b. 14 Jun 1910, Viroqua, WI-d. 7 Apr 2011, Golden Living Dorchester, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co. WI; *Source: OBITUARY-FORBES Funeral Home: Crystal CHRISTOPHERSON BOLLER-(100)-Parents: Christopher and Brita CHRISTOPHERSON-married Kenneth BOLLER in 1935-he proceeded her in death in 2003 after 67 years of marriage-she resided with her daughter Cynthia and husband Terry KINNEY in Sturgeon Bay till entering the Dorchester last fall-survived by Cynthia (Terry) KINNEY, Jane BOLLER STROEBEL (Cedarburg, WI) and 5 grandchildren, Katherine BOLLER, Toby & Jon KINNEY all of Denver, CO, Suzanne KINNEY of Madison, and Rev Mark (Colleen) KINNEY of Appleton and one great grandchild, Sydney KINNEY of Hallettsville, TX-Also Nieces Cleo REED of Middleton, Gloria (Harlan) RUDE (Westby, WI)-Marilyn BERGE (Soldiers Grove, WI) Nephew John (Sharon) CHRISTOFERSON (Belvidere, IL). One son Bruce and grandchild John BOLLER preceeded her in death-graduated from Madison Business College and was a clerk for the State of Wisconsin drivers license and unemployment compensaton offices in Madison-was a life time member of First Methodist Madison and associate member of Hainesville Lutheran, Sturgeon Bay-active in Daughters of the Nile-Graveside services will be in Madison at Sunset Gardens Thursday 14 Apr with a memorial service at Hainesville, Sturgeon Bay this summer-FORBES Funeral Home,


BONGEL, Ann Marie*/b. 11 Feb 1952, Memphis, TN-d. Thurs. 10 Mar 2011, Aurora Bay Care Medical Center, Green Bay, Brown Co., WI; *Source: OBITUARY-SCHINDERLE Funeral Home: Ann Marie BONGEL, (59), Algoma- passed away unexpectedly-Parents: the late Onia V. (REED) and Henry O. KNIGHT-lived in Memphis until 29 years old-moved up to Algoma and lived with her sister Ruth-met Darwin BONGEL-married him 3 Aug 1985 at St. John's Lutheran Church in Rankin-went back to school-got GED-later became a Certified Nurses Assistant-worked at various nursing homes in the area-Due to health issues with her back had to give up nursing career-worked as a newspaper carrier for a number of years, until health got bad-had to retire-survived by her husband of 25 years, Darwin, two sons John MUNNERLYN, Columbia, SC; David STANLEY Jr., Winnebago, WI; three stepdaughters Yvonne (Steve) BENSON, Green Bay; Christi (Dean) BLASIER, Brussels; Laurie (Aaron) VALLASTER, Lovelock, NV; 10 grandchildren, one sister Ruby (Frank) ADAMS, Memphis, TN and one brother Joe GILPIN, Memphis, TN-preceded in death by parents, two sisters and three brothers-Memorial Service at St. John's Lutheran Church, Rankin Wed., 16 Mar 2011 with Rev. John NEUGEBAUER officiating-Burial at a later date at the Evergreen Cemetery- SCHINDERLE FUNERAL HOME, Algoma,


BOUCHE, Reginald Wilbur*/b. 29 Feb 1948, Forestville, Door Co., WI-25 Mar 2011, Ministry-Door County Medical Center; *Source: OBITUARY-FORBES Funeral Home: Reginald Wilbur BOUCHE (February 29, 1928 - March 25, 2011)-Reginald W. "Reggie" BOUCHE, (63), of Brussels-Parents: Wilbur and Celia (ENGLEBERT) BOUCHE-worked at Marine Travelift for a number of years and retired from Hatco Corporation-loved tractors, particularly International Harvesters-Married on 12 Dec 2009 to Mary (DUFEK) MOHR in Brussels-Survivors include his wife; two children, Jennifer (Shawn) FISCHER, Green Bay; Amanda (Daniel Sr. ) SALLINEN, Sturgeon Bay; four grandchildren, Robin FISCHER, Daniel SALLINEN, Jr., Ethan SALLINEN and Kevin FISCHER; three sisters, Beverly (Douglas) LANDEAU, Appleton; Becky (Jerry) REINCE, Luxemburg; Sue (Jan) SIXEL, Sturgeon Bay; a brother, Randy BOUCHE, Algoma; three step-children, Heather (Jasen) COVERT, CA; Bryan MOHR, Green Bay; Sara MOHR, Green Bay; five step-grandchildren, Matthew and Angela SALLINEN, Kaitlyn, Onna, and Abbie COVERT; brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law, Gary and Bev SCHMELING, Pat and Mark KOHLBECK, Jane COPPERSMITH, Gerald and Leann DUFEK; Dick MOHRís family, Judy and Norman JOHNSON, Sandy and Melvin HERMAN, Joann and John NEINAS, Steve and Linda MOHR-preceded by his parents and a nephew, Justin SIXEL-Funeral Services Tuesday, 29 Mar 2011 at Holy Name of Mary Church in Maplewood-FORBES Funeral Home, Sturgeon Bay,


BOYER, Gary D., Sr./b. 8 May 1943, Bolder, Colorado-d. 4 Jan 2011, Green Bay, Brown Co., WI; *Source: OBITUARY-FORBES Funeral Home: Gary D. BOYER Sr., (67), of Sturgeon Bay-parents: Walter and Alice (RUNION) BOYER-served his country in the U.S. Army from 1960-1973-also worked as a master cabinetmaker-married in 1973 to Carla GUNDERSON-married her again on 3 Jan 2011-Survivors include his wife, Carla; 2 sons, Gary D. BOYER II, De Pere and Matthew BOYER, Sturgeon Bay; 7 grandchildren; 2 sisters, Vera (Lou) ZAMATAIS and Joy (Harold) OWNBY, all of Colorado; 1 brother, Walter BOYER, Missouri-was preceded in death by his parents, a sister, Nellie, and a daughter, Sabrina. According to Garys wishes, there will be no services.-FORBES Funeral Home.


BROGAN, Geraldine "Geri" (MITBY)/b. 10 Apr 1932, LaCrosse, Wis.-d. 15 Jan 2011; Source: Door Co. Advocate-Wed. 19 Jan 2011: Geraldine "Geri" (MITBY) BROGAN- graduated valedictorian of La Crosse Central High School in 1949-earned a bachelor of science degree in dietetics and institutional management from UW-Madison in 1955-served as Ensign in the U.S. Public Health Service from 1955 to 1957, at Staten Island and New Orleans Maritime Public Health Service hospitals-married her husband, Robert H. BROGAN, on 27 Oct 1956-her interest in health and wellness led to careers in nutrition, spa management, and massage therapy, in addition to numerous volunteer activities-Survivors include her husband of 54 years; daughter, Linda LANDE (Dave), Burtonsville, Md.; and granddaughters, Heather TIMMEL and Chelsea (Ross) BONGERT and step-grandchildren, Michelle TORRES and Dan LANDE; daughter, Janine "Annie" (Kent) BUBOLZ, Wisconsin Rapids, Wis.; daughter, Nancy CAMPBELL (John), Madison, Wis.; daughter, Theresa SCHUSTER (Don), Deerfield, Wis. and grandchildren, Hugh, Sarah and Christian; daughter, Coleen (Tim) VALLEY, Oconomowoc, Wis., and grandchildren, McKenzie, Colin, Sienna, Danielle and Timmy; daughter, Stefanie HAMMIS (Jim), Stoughton, Wis. and step-grandchildren, Adam, Molly and Zo, and step-great-grandchild, Saige; and son Jeffrey (Amy) BROGAN, Stevens Point, Wis. and grandsons, Benjamin and Justin-also is survived by brother, Bernel (Louise) MITBY, Wauwatosa, Wis. and their children, Katie (Kevin) CRARY, Pewaukee, Wis. and Matt MITBY, Estes Park, Colo.; and uncle, Col. David KRAMER, McAllen, Texas; and aunt, Bessie SHIERE, Concord, N.H.-she will be laid to rest in La Crosse, Wis., with a private family service- A celebration of her life event will be held this spring-The family sincerely appreciates the loving care Geri received from Dr. Marina Kropp, Wauwatosa; and Drs. Anthony Jazlowski and Michael Volk and staff of Green Bay Oncology; and staffs of St. Vincent and Door County Memorial hospitals-Burial in LaCrosse, WI, with a private family service-celebration of her life will be held on Sunday 10 Apr 2011 in Vail Hall at Bjorklunden, 7590 Boynten Lane Baileys Harbor, WI -Casperson Funeral Home


CARMODY, Donna Jean*/b. 1926, Owatonna, Minnesota-d. 11 Apr 2011, at home, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI; *Source: OBITUARY-FORBES Funeral Home: Donna Jean CARMODY (May 20, 1926 - April 11, 2011)-Donna Jean CARMODY 1926-2011-died 11 Apr 2011 in her home of 34 years surrounded by children, grandchildren and great grandchildren- She had lost a short battle with lung cancer, but thankfully she was not in any pain and exited this world the way she wanted to, in her bed with family by her side-the youngest of 7 children-after high school trained with her friends at Bay Shipbuilding to be a welder for efforts toward WWII-Because of her petite figure, she was perfect for welding in tight places-After a short time in North Carolina working in an office for the Navy, she married Elmer (Elmo) CARMODY in 1944 and made her way back to Sturgeon Bay to begin her own family-While raising her family she served as a nurse to Dr. DORCHESTER, and helped to deliver many children while working in obstetrics-also owned and operated Esquire Cleaners for about 30 years and made a go of things in good times and in bad-after a car accident in 1986 and some resulting complications she was left paralyzed for 4 months and was told she would never walk again-despite that terrible news, she proved the doctors wrong-Survivors include her daughter, Beverly CARMODY, Sturgeon Bay; a son, Paul CARMODY, Virginia Beach, VA; three grandchildren, Lisa (Geoff) SANSOM, Aaron (Nicole) CARMODY, Sturgeon Bay, and Tobie (Sunita) MUIR, Great Britain; nine great grandchildren-preceded in death by her parents, husband, two sisters and four brothers-Funeral Services Friday, 15 Apr 2011 at FORBES Funeral Home, the Rev. Darrick KOLTERJAHN officiating-Entombment will be at the Shrine of Good Shepherd Mausoleum-memorials to St. Peterís Lutheran Church-FORBES Funeral Home.


CLOUGH, Roger Edmond*/b. 20 Mar 1932, Kenosha, WI-d. 25 Mar 2011, Ministry Door County Medical Center, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI; *Source: OBITUARY-FORBES Funeral Home: Roger Edmond CLOUGH, (79), passed away on 25 Mar 2011 at Ministry Door County Medical Center-born on 20 Mar 1932 in Kenosha, WI-parents: Alfred and Gladys (HEIE) CLOUGH-Roger lived in the Sturgeon Bay area since 2001. According to Roger's wishes, there will be no services


DeWITT, Thomas Martin/d. Tuesday, 11 Jan 2011, Cleveland Clinic, Weston, Fla.; *Source: Door Co. Advocate-Wed. 19 Jan 2011: Thomas Martin DeWITT, (68), Grand Cayman, passed away as the result of a stroke surrounded by his family-survived by his mother, Lovita DeWITT, Green Bay, Wis.; Vandeen DeWITT, Grand Cayman; his children, Troy (Vicki) DeWITT, Lake Elmo, Minn.; Tanya (Steve) CORNELL, Kenosha, Wis.; and Lillie (Tony) CONRAD, Appleton, Wis.; and his adoring grandchildren, Avery DeWITT, Rowan DeWITT, Tommy CORNELL, Carly CORNELL, Henry CONRAD, and Ana CONRAD-also survived by his sisters, Nancy (Alan) WENTWORTH, Mary (Greg) STAPLES, and Sue (Jerry) GANTZ and many nieces and nephews-preceded in death by his father, Henry DeWITT-led an adventurous life filled with fishing, hunting, traveling, and boating-a jeweler for almost 55 years-owned several business during that time-was a resident of the Cayman Islands and spent a significant amount of time on Washington Island, Wis.-Memorial services will be held in Green Bay, Wis. on Washington Island, Wis. and in the Cayman Islands-Plans for the services are still being finalized and will be announced at a future time


DIWIK, Andrew E./b. 5 Dec 1934, Chicago, Ill.-d. Sun. 16 Jan 2011; *Source: Door Co. Advocate-Wed. 19 Jan 2011: Andrew E. DIWIK, (76), passed away peacefully in his sleep-parents: the late Andrew and Mary DIWIK-After graduating from St. Ignatius High School and Northwestern University, served in the U.S. Army working at the Pentagon-then continued his career as a systems engineer at IBM-This position brought him to Columbus, where he raised his family and eventually retired from Chemical Abstracts Service as Chief Financial Officer-member of St. Andrew Catholic Church, where he served as a lector and distributor of Holy Communion-was a volunteer for the American Red Cross, Ohio Radio Reading Service, and other charitable causes-loved spending his summers at his cottage in Door County, Wis.-was preceded in death by his wife, Marcia M. (WALKER) DIWIK; and his sister, Mary MASSETT-survived by his children, Lisa (Mark) DOUPLE, Andrew (Jacqueline) DIWIK, David (Marianne) DIWIK, James (Pamela) DIWIK, Jason (Caroline) DIWIK, and Clarice (Abrahim) CAROCI; siblings, Walter DIWIK, Helen KLAGES, Jean MAGOLD, and Alice ZIEMANN; brother- and sister-in-law, Mike and Millie WALKER; 11 grandchildren; and other extended family members and friends-prayer service Thursday at the SCHOEDINGER NORTHWEST CHAPEL, 1740 Zollinger Road-Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Friday, 21 Jan 2011, at St. Andrew Church, 1899 McCoy Road, Fr. Michael B. WATSON, Celebrant-SCHOEDINGER Funeral Service,


FANSHAW, Kathleen "Kathy"/b. 1 Apr 1946, Waupun, Wis.-d. Sun. evening, 2 Jan 2011, Don and Marilyn ANDERSON Hospice Care Center in Fitchburg; *Source: Door Co. Advocate-Wed. 5 Jan 2011: Kathleen "Kathy" FANSHAW, (64), Madison-parents: Richard and Ruth (TILLEMA) FANSHAW-attended Waupun schools, graduating from Waupun High School in 1964-attended the University of Wisconsin in Madison for three years and transferred to Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio, where she earned her Bachelors Degree in 1969-married on 10 Jun 1967 to Joel YLVISAKER-employed for several years as a dietician at hospitals and schools in the Madison area-In the past 21 years, she was employed as a customer service representative at Lands' End, retiring in 2009-survived by three sons, Jeff YLVISAKER (Angela WALTZ), Verona, Wis.; Steve YLVISAKER, Madison, Wis.; Joel (Erin) YLVISAKER, Lake Mills, Wis.; three grandchildren, Keira, Charles, and Liberty; her father, Richard L. FANSHAW, King, Wis.; a sister, Linda (John) SCHOPF, Sturgeon Bay, Wis.; two brothers, Keith (Beth) FANSHAW, Waupun, Wis.; Lee (Robin) FANSHAW, Stoughton, Wis.; Kathy's special friend, Geoffrey LEGLER, Madison, Wis.; many nieces and nephews-preceded in death by her mother, Ruth FANSHAW-funeral services held Saturday, 8 Jan 2011 at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church in Waupun, with Rev. Peter BIRD officiating-Burial will follow at Forest Mound Cemetery in Waupun-Werner-Harmsen Funeral Home in Waupun,


FOX, Selma M.*/b. 19 Feb 1918, West Jacksonport, Door Co., WI-d. 26 Feb 2011, St. Maryís Hospital, Green Bay, Brown Co., WI; *Source: OBITUARY-HUEHNS Funeral Home: Selma M. FOX, (93)-Parents Alwin and Emelia (Fischer) DIETRICH of West Jacksonport-baptized on Easter, 31 Mar 1918, at Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church in West Jacksonport and sponsored by Wilhemina FISCHER and Adolph DIETRICH Sr. in front of Rev. STERTZ-was confirmed on 30 Aug 1931 at the same church with Rev. GOSE giving her the confirmation verse: Psalm 103:13: "Like as a father pitieth his children, so the Lord pitieth them that fear him-married to Lawrence M. FOX on 9 Aug 1939, in West Jacksonport, WI-blessed with 35 years of marriage before his death on 9 Sep 1974-grew up and lived most of her life in the Door County area-member of St. Johnís Lutheran Church in Valmy, WI, until she moved in with her son when she became a member of Messiah Lutheran church in Shiocton, WI in 2007-worked as a clerk for 18 years at F. W. Woolworth and for 11 years at Byway Grocery- was also a caregiver to many families over the years-survived by her three sons; Lawrence (Alice) FOX of Seymour, WI, Anthony (Donna) FOX of Institute, WI, and Aaron FOX of Shelton, WA; 12 grandchildren: PaulaJean (Terry) SCHELLER, Deborah (Ron) GLEASON, Steve (Maria) FOX, Rosemary (Brian) STINGLE, LauraLynn (Howie) GRIAA, Tammy (Ford) MALVETZ, Tracy (Eric) DELWICHE, Greg (Edelyn) FOX, Nicholas (Brigette) FOX, Nancy (Paul) THORNOCK, Teresa SHADDOX, and Marty (Anna) FOX; 24 great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild, Aryah KRAHN-also survived by her two sisters: Amanda HONOLD and Eunice REX; two sisters-in-law: Carol DIETRICH, Dawn DIETRICH; eight godchildren: Margaret (BRUNGRABER) MOODY, Harold FLOCK, Eunice (DIETRICH) REX, Gail (REX) WILKE, Dorothy (HONOLD) TRINKNER, Dorothy (LAVERNZ) VANPRAY, Catherine (DIETRICH) VOGEL, Karen (DIETRICH) ENGLEBERT; and many other relatives and friends-preceded in death by her parents; her loving husband, Lawrence M. FOX; one sister, Irene (Russel) OSTRAND; four brothers: Ronald DIETRICH, Earl (Mary Ann) DIETRICH, Orville DIETRICH, and Rueben DIETRICH; her uncle (through marriage), John (Olga) SCHROEDER; two brothers-in-law: Lenny REX and William HONOLD; one great-grandson, Riley STINGLE, and her good friend, Harry KAY-Funeral services held on Wednesday 2 Mar 2011 at St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church in Valmy with Rev. Brad RAGNER and Rev. Benjamin ENSTAD officiating-Huehns Funeral


FREEMAN, Catherine "Katie"*/b. 15 Sep 1959, Chicago, IL-d. Sun. 6 Mar 2011; *Source: OBITUARY-HUEHNS Funeral Home: Catherine "Katie" FREEMAN, (51) of Sturgeon Bay-Parents: the late Robert and Lillian (LAEZZA) ENGELHARDT-After graduation from Immaculate Conception High School in Elmhurst, Illinois received nursing degree from Triton College-married on 17 Sep 1983 to Michael E. FREEMAN at St. John Vieani Catholic Church in Elmhurst-was the Regional Health Operations Manager for the Sturgeon Bay Ministry Health Clinic-After marriage worked as a nurse with Elmhurst Hospital, Westlake Hospital in Melrose Park, Illinois, as an Occupational Health Nurse at Elmhurst-1998 moved with her family to Sturgeon Bay as Occupational Health Nurse with Door County Memorial Hospital, Brown County Health Nurse with Aurora, managed health care specialist for Corvel, and similar work with Alaris Medical Group of Minnesota, and for the past year with Saints of Ministry in Sturgeon Bay-was an LNC-Survivors include her husband, Mike; three children, Alyse FREEMAN of Sister Bay, Clifton and Sean FREEMAN both of Sturgeon Bay; one brother, Ben (Mary) ENGELHARDT of Chicago, Illinois; two nephews, Robert and Patrick ENGELHARDT-preceded in death by her parents, and infant brother-celebration of her life on Friday evening 11 Mar 2011 at HUEHNS Funeral Home in Sturgeon Bay-Memorials may be given in her memory to American Heart Association or to the Sheltie Rescue in Chilton,


FULP, Orland*/b. 12 Sep 1911, Algoma, Kewaunee Co., WI-d. Sat. 19 Feb 2011, Bay Road Place; *Source: OBITUARY-SCHINDERLE Funeral Home: Orland FULP, (99), Algoma-Parents: Carl Iwen and Clara FULP-As a young man he helped on the farm with his mother and step father for a couple of years-married on 5 Jul 1941 to Gladys GAEDTKE in Montpelier-lived in Algoma-worked at the US Plywood until he retired in 1976-member of St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Algoma-survived by his three daughters and sons-in-law, Diane (Jeff) LAURENT, Geraldine (Daniel) MATUSZAK and Charlotte (Sylven) KONKEL all of Algoma; eight grandchildren, Vicky LAUREN, Susan (Tim) SOUKUP, Wendy (Scott) WENDRICKS, John MATUSZAK, Amy VAUGHN, Beth KONKEL, Steven (Jennifer) KONKEL and Melissa KONKEL; six great grandchildren and one great-great grandson, four sisters-in-law and one brother-in-law, Delores CLARK, Rose DEUSCHER, Vernis KUDICK and Marie (Norbert) GAEDTKE-preceded in death by his mother Clara FULP (Richard) DEUSCHER Sr., his wife Gladys on 18 Sep 1985 and one step brother Richard DEUSCHER Jr.-Services at the SCHINDERLE FUNERAL HOME, Algoma, Wednesday, 23 Feb 2011 with Rev. John MOLL officiating-Burial in the Evergreen Cemetery, Algoma-SCHINDERLE Funeral Home,


GATTIE, Marvin L.*/b. 19 Jun 1918, Racine, WI-d. 5 Mar 2011, Scandia Village, Sister Bay, Door Co., WI; *Source: OBITUARY-CASPERSON Funeral Home: Marvin L. GATTIE (June 19, 1918 - March 5, 2011)-Parents: Harold and Gertrude GATTIE-married Vivian ANTON in 1941-marriage continued until Vivian's death in 2007-preceded in death by the passing of his parents, his wife, his two brothers: Harold GATTIE and Donald GATTIE, and his oldest daughter, Rosalind LOMBARDO-survived by his sons, Michael (Carol) GATTIE and Jeffrey (Roxanne) GATTIE, and his daughter, Katherine FREDERICK, as well as by nine grandchildren and many great grandchildren-memorial service in Marvin's honor will be held at Shepherd of the Bay Lutheran Church in Ellison Bay, WI, on 8 Apr 2011-CASPERSON Funeral Home.


GUELETTE, Blanche Mary/b. 5 Nov 1920, Namur, Door Co., WI-d. Mon. 10 Jan 2011, local health care facility, Brown Co., WI; *Source: Door Co. Advocate-Wed. 12 Jan 2011: Blanche Mary GUELETTE, (90), Green Bay-parents: the late Edward and Clara (MACAUX) LAMPEREUR-married Harold GUELETTE, 5 Jun 1941 at St. Mary of the Snow Catholic Church in Namur-he preceded her in death 6 Dec 1991-worked on the family farm for many years, at Parkview Manor Nursing Home in the kitchen, as well as Marchant's Grocery Store, Brussels, in the deli department-was a long standing member of St. Mary's of the Snow in Namur until it's closing-since that time has been a member at Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church, Green Bay-known for her Belgian Pies-survived by her two children, Christine (James) LE FEVRE, Naples, Fla.; and Lee GUELETTE, West Lynn, Ore.; two sisters-in-law, Doris LAMPEREUR and Frances GUELETTE, both of Green Bay; nieces and nephews-was preceded in death by her parents; husband, Harold; brother, Clifford LAMPEREUR; and numerous brothers and sisters-in-law-MALCORE (East) Funeral Home, University Ave. at Baird Street, Green Bay-, Saturday until the time of the Funeral Mass at Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church with the Rev. Anthony CIRIGNANI, OFM officiating-Entombment at Shrine of the Good Shepherd Mausoleum-MALCORE Funeral Home, to the staff at Tender Hearts Assisted Living in Howard, for all of their love and care-thank Unity Hospice for all of their care and concern.


HANSEN, Richard "Dick" Louis*/b. 27 Feb 1932, Wauwatosa, WI-d. Sun. 13 Feb 2011, at home, Egg Harbor, Door Co., WI; *Source: OBITUARY-HUEHNS Funeral Home: Richard "Dick" Louis HANSEN, (78), Egg Harbor, WI-died at home in the loving arms of his wife-Parents: the late Louis and Alice (SMITH) HANSEN-grew up in West Allis, WI-married his high school sweetheart, Gloria T. BURNETT on 12 Jul 1952-worked for over 35 years at the Wisconsin Telephone Company-One of his crowning achievements was negotiating and implementing the 911 emergency calls for the state of Wisconsin-job opportunities with the telephone company moved him, and his family, from Brookfield, WI to DePere, WI, and finally to Madison, WI-After retirement he and Gloria moved to Egg Harbor, WI, where they owned and operated the Cupola House Shops-left his mark in Egg Harbor by using his meticulous craftsmanship to restore the historic EAMES House that now sits at 7836 State Hwy 42-suffered greatly the last few years from cancer-the great Hansoni-Survivors are his wife, Gloria; two daughters and sons-in-law, Judith (Robert) CALCATERRA (and their son, Bryan), and Patricia (Lawrence) BRADY (and their children, April, Anne and Audra)-preceding him in death are his parents, Louis and Alice HANSEN, and son, Robert Louis HANSEN-a celebration of his life held on Thursday (17 Feb 2011) at HUEHNS Funeral Home in Sturgeon Bay, with Fr. Robert KONKOL officiating-Huehns Funeral Home,


HANSON, Floyd Wendel*/b. 8 Sep 1939, Manistique, Michigan-d. 9 Jan 2011, Parrish, Alabama; *Source: HUEHNS Funeral Home: Floyd W HANSON, (71), Parrish, Alabama, formerly of Sturgeon Bay passed away in Parrish of natural causes-parents: the late William and Lena HANSON-graduate of Sturgeon Bay High School class of 1959-enlisted in the U. S. Air Force-worked for a number of years at Door County Hardware Store and Algoma Hardwoods-After a life threatening illness he chose to retire in Parrish Alabama-Survivors are his two sons David and Rob HANSON of Bourbonnais, Illinois, Sisters, Luella VISTE and her daughter Myrna (Bill) GROTH, June HARTEL and her children Rebecca (Mark) NEI, William (Robin) HARTEL and Paula (Cliff) STORY; Brother Allen (Georgi) HANSON and their children Kelly (Dean) TASSOUL, Lori (Ed) HARDING (Columbus WI) and Scott (Jen) HANSON all of Sturgeon Bay. Sisters in law, Ruth HANSON (children Steve and Helen) Black Creek, WI, and MaryAnn HANSON, Rotunda West FL., David (Anne) HANSON and Mary (Chuck) BOHLMAN, and many dear Great-Nieces and Nephews and friends-preceded in death by his parents, brothers, Willard, Harvey, James, and Sister, Sylvia VISTE, Brotherís in law Lawrence VISTE and Albert HARTEL, Sister in law Margaret HANSON and nephew Gary VISTE-Memorial services will be held in Sturgeon Bay WI, Saturday, 5 Feb, at Bay View Lutheran Church, with the Rev. Jerry GROTH officiating-Veteranís services will be held after the memorial service-HUEHNS Funeral Home,


HARTMAN, Edward L. "Skip"*/b. 16 Apr 1936, Steubenville, Ohio-d. 22 Feb 2011, Algoma Long Term Care Unit, Algoma, Kewaunee Co., WI; *Source: OBITUARY-FORBES Funeral Home: Edward L. "Skip" HARTMAN, (74), Sturgeon Bay-Parents: Raymond and Edith Marie (LEWIS) HARTMAN-served in the U. S. Navy for 22 years retiring in 1975-came to Sturgeon Bay and was employed at the U.S. Navy Office for several years-Married on 7 May 1988 to Marie BRETL MARTH at Corpus Christi Church-They operated the H & R Block Service for a number of years here in Sturgeon Bay-member of Corpus Christi Catholic Church and Sturgeon Bay Lions Club-member of the Order of Elks for many years-Past Exalted Ruler and Past District Deputy Grand Exalted Ruler of the Elks-Survivors include his wife, Marie; four children, Stephan HARTMAN, Virginia; Margaret (David) LOVEIN, South Carolina; Kate (Fred) YOUNG, Sturgeon Bay; Alex HARTMAN, South Carolina; four grandchildren, Bryant, Amanda, Amy and Teresa; two great grandsons, Tristan and Mark; two step-sons, John MARTH , Milwaukee; Tom (Lissa) MARTH, Green Bay; two step-grandchildren, Jessilyn and Alex-preceded in death by his parents-Funeral and Veteran Services Saturday, 26 Feb 2011 at Corpus Christi Church, the Rev. Carl SCHMITT officiating-FORBES Funeral Home.


HENRY, Thomas D.*/b. 9 Nov 1942, Door County, WI-d. Fri. 11 Feb 2011, at home, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI; *Source: OBITUARY-HUEHNS Funeral Home: Thomas D. HENRY, (68), of Sturgeon Bay, passed away Friday (Feb. 11, 2011) at his home in the arms of his wife, after a battle with cancer-Parents: the late John and Margaret (ROBERTOY) HENRY-graduated from Gibraltar High School in 1960-served in the National Guard for four years-married Cathy R. VALLIER on 23 Jul 1977 at St. Paul ís Lutheran Church in Juddville-worked for PBI as a fitter, and most recently for the Alpine Golf Course as greens keeper-member of St. Paul ís Lutheran Church in Juddville-Survivors include his loving wife, Cathy HENRY of Sturgeon Bay; three brothers, Jerry (Mary) HENRY of Florida, Daniel HENRY of Greenville, WI, Dennis (Sally) HENRY of Sturgeon Bay; two sisters, Betty KIEHNAU of Sturgeon Bay, Shirley SITTE of Florida; brother-in-law, Donald TANCK of Green Bay; three sisters-in-law, Theresa (Tony) BULTMAN of Algoma, Barbara (Rick) NELSON of Sturgeon Bay, Carrie (Ron) SCHUH of Kimberly; three brothers-in-law, Michael VALLIER of Green Bay, Edward (Brenda) VALLIER of Seattle, Washington, Daniel (P.J.) VALLIER of San Diego, California; many dear nieces, nephews, and friends-Preceding him in death were his parents; sister, Jane TANCK; brother, Bob HENRY; two brothers-in-law, Donald SITTE and Bill KIEHNAU; special friend, Bob KAMKE; parents-in-law, Michael and Madeline (HAWORTH) VALLIER-Funeral services held Wednesday (16 Feb 2010) at Huehns Funeral Home,


HULBERT, Paul I.*/b. 14 Jan 1922, Brooklyn, NY-d. 2 Mar 2011, Scandia Village, Sister Bay, Door Co., WI; *Source: OBITUARY-CASPERSON Funeral Home: Paul I HULBERT, (89), of Sister Bay, WI-Parents: Rev. Alexander John (AJ) and Marie HULBERT-graduated from Prentice High School-joined the US Navy in 1942-married Evelyn J. ISAACSON of Sister Bay on 22 Jan 1949-member of First Baptist Church-worked in Sister Bay as an electrician for Erickson Electric and as a driver for Bay View Bus Line, which he later co-owned with his brother-in-law, Roger ISAACSON-owned Beach Road Market, at the current site of Ice Cream Factory, from 1976 to 1986-survived by his wife, Evelyn and children, Dennis (Terri), Rick (Rhonda) of Utah, Pattie SCHMIRLER of Sister Bay, and grandchildren, Matthew and Kari Ana SCHMIRLER-preceded in death by his parents and sister, Mae SCHEERER- memorial service held at First Baptist Church in Sister Bay, WI on Saturday, 19 Mar 2011-CASPERSON Funeral Home,


JEANQUART, Della Mary*/b. 9 May 1925, Town of Brussels, Door Co., WI-d. 2 Apr 2011, St. Vincentís Hospital, Green Bay; *SOURCE: OBITUARY-FORBES Funeral Home: Della Mary JEANQUART (9 May 1925-2 Apr 2011)-Della M. JEANQUART, (85), of Sturgeon Bay and formerly of Brussels-Parents: Arthur and Mary (JADIN) MARCHANT-married on 24 Oct 1944 to Alvin JEANQUART at Namur-he preceded her in death on 7 Dec 1997-they farmed in the Brussels area for many years-Her greatest passion was studying the Bible-attended Stewards of Grace Ministries, Brussels-member of the National Farmers Organization and the Peninsula Belgian-American Club-Survivors include her eight children, James (Gloria) JEANQUART, Casco; Mary WANNER, Algoma; Jerry (Dolores) JEANQUART, Brussels; Joe (Barb) JEANQUART, Luxemburg; Alvin Jr. (Sandy) JEANQUART, New Franken; Gail (Augie) GONZALES, Sturgeon Bay; Steve JEANQUART, Algoma; Timothy (Pamela) JEANQUART, Brussels; 23 grandchildren, 30 great grandchildren; a sister, Rita MASSART, Algoma; a sister-in- law, Lucille ENZ, Green Bay; other in-laws, Shirley LeCLOUX, Sister Claudette, Evelyn and Leonard LeCLOUX, Marie and Wallace LeCLOUX, Harold and Mae JEANQUART, Dorothy JEANQUART and Harry JEANQUART-preceded in death by her parents, husband, an infant son, Randy; a grandson, Nicholas; a sister, Marion (Richard) ALSTEEN; a brother, Raymond MARCHANT; infant sister, Helen and an infant brother, Melvin; brother-in-law, Ben MASSART and many other brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law-Funeral Services Thursday, 7 Apr 2011 at the Forbes Funeral Home in Sturgeon Bay-Entombment will be at the Shrine of Good Shepherd Mausoleum


KIRCHMAN, Mary Ann (JEANQUART)*/b. 30 Mar 1929, Lincoln, Kewaunee Co., WI-d. Mon. 28 Mar 2011, Algoma Long Term Care Unit, Algoma, Kewaunee Co., WI; *Source: OBITUARY-SCHINDERLE Funeral Home: Mary Ann (JEANQUART) KIRCHMAN, (81)-Passed away with her family at her side after a courageous battle with Alzheimer's-Parents: the late Frank and Mathilda JEANQUART-lived in Lincoln on the family farm until her parents retired from farming and the family moved to Algoma, Wisconsin-graduated from Algoma High School in 1946-Married Lloyd Kirchman on 24 Jan 1948-He preceded her in death on 16 Jul 2010-worked for many years at the Algoma Record Herald-later on the Algoma Printing Company-was active at St. Mary's school and church for many years and assisted with many socials and fund raisers-was a member of St. Ann's Society and the Rosary Society-survived by her six children, Kathy (Edward) GALLIGAN, Franconia New Hampshire; Susan (Michael) HAFFEMAN, Green Bay, Wisconsin; Tom KIRCHMAN, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Tim (Xiaoli Zhang) KIRCHMAN, Boston, Massachusetts; Beth KIRCHMAN (John BAUMANN), DePere, Wisconsin; and Carrie (Paul) VANDER STEEG, Green Bay, Wisconsin-had 10 grandchildren: Patrick and Caitlin GALLIGAN, Ben KIRCHMAN, Tara and William KIRCHMAN, Autumn KIRCHMAN and Jessica BAUMANN, and Mary, Lee and Grace VANDER STEEG-survived by one brother and sister-in-law, Norbert and Esther JEANQUART-had many nieces and nephews-preceded in death by her husband, her parents, one sister and brother-in-law, Clem and Alvina DHUEY; two brothers and sisters-in-law, Wilfred and Laura JEANQUART; and Edward and Anna Mae JEANQUART-Mass of Christian Burial Thursday at St. Mary Catholic Church, Algoma with Father Mark VANDER STEEG officiating-Burial will be in St. Mary Catholic Cemetery-SCHINDERLE Funeral Home,


KREUTER, Jane L.*/d. 5 Mar 2011; *Source: Jane L. KREUTER, (93), Sturgeon Bay, WI-leaves behind her husband, Adam A. KREUTER-married 3 Jul 1943 in Chicago, IL-Surviving are the two children of that marriage, Kurt (Debe) KREUTER and Christine J. (David) KELLEMS; grandchildren, Taylor and Adam Charles KREUTER; Heather (Kellems) McGAHEE, Laura (KELLEMS) HOLLENBACH and Paul KELLEMS and Jessie MAYNARD; great grandchildren, Alea, Bryce and Cami KREUTER; Evelyn KRAFT KREUTER; former daughter in law, Ardis KREUTER-preceded in death by her parents, Ralph and Daisy LEFFLER of Chicago, IL-private secretary to the Vice President in charge of catalogue sales of Montgomery Ward in Chicago and later to the CEO of the Allis Chalmers Plant in Cedar Rapids, IA-graduate of Northwestern University where she affiliated with Gamma Phi Beta Sorority-Later in Cedar Rapids she took a post as a member of the Alumni Advisory Board to the Gamma Phi Beta Sorority, Iowa City Chapter at the University of Iowa-was active in PEO and helped to organize the chapter of DF in Sturgeon Bay-physically helped in the building of their own home in Cedar Rapids-date for the Memorial service will be announced later-Donations can be made in lieu of flowers to the Alzheimer Research Fund, PEO Scholarship fund or Hope United Church of Christ Memorial Garden Fund in Sturgeon Bay


KRUCK, Lois Ida*/b. 21 Apr 1935, Manitowoc, WI-d. 8 Mar 2011, Ministry Door County Medical Center, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI; *Source: OBITUARY-FORBES Funeral Home: Lois Ida KRUCK (April 21, 1935 - March 8, 2011)-(75), of Sturgeon Bay-parents: Herbert and Olga (WEGNER) BOLDT-married on 29 Jul 1955 to Jay KRUCK at St. Maryís Church in Menasha-attended Manitowoc Schools and Prospect Hall in Milwaukee-built and developed the fourth Jellystone Park in Fort Atkinson-opened Jayís Y-Inn, south of Sturgeon Bay-was a Certified Hotel Administrator and managed the Kingís Inn Motel in Sturgeon Bay-For several years was the Cash Officer at Yonkers in Sturgeon Bay-Survivors include her husband, Jay; two children, Jayne (James) SCHERMERHORN, Neenah; Brian T. (Linda) KRUCK, Two Rivers; eight grandchildren, David KRUCK, Neenah; Sandra (Robert) SITTE, Sister Bay; Cynthia KRUCK, Tampa, FL; Christopher KRUCK, Sturgeon Bay; Amanda KRUCK, Two Rivers; Michael, David, and Andrew SCHERMERHORN, Neenah; one great-grandson, Landon SITTE; a daughter in law, Sharon KRUCK, Sturgeon Bay; sister-in-law, Jenny BOLDT, Minneapolis, MN; and beloved dog, Hannah-preceded in death by her parents, a son, Gregg; brother, Harold BOLDT and a sister, Irene BOLDT-memorial service Monday, 14 Mar 2011 at St. Peterís Lutheran Church in Sturgeon Bay with Rev. Darrick KOLTERJAHN officiating-FORBES Funeral Home


KUHNS, William "Bill" Richard*/b. 8 Feb 1928, Sioux City, Iowa-d. Wed. 16 Mar 2011, Skilled Nursing Facility, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI; *Source: OBITUARY-HUEHNS Funeral Home: William "Bill" Richard KUHNS of Jacksonport, (83)-Parents: Richard Jesse KUHNS and Ella Marie PETT; Richard KUHNS (and Helen) lived in Bayfield, WI-Surviving Bill are his loving wife of 59 years, Joanne, his four children Jeanne KUHNS, Roger KUHNS (Anne), Sara KUHNS (Jen) and David KUHNS (Marijke) and his grand children Mary, Jacob, Eli MATTSON, Madeleine and Matthew KUHNS, and his brother-in-law Karl GUENTHER (Kathy), and nieces and nephews-family and his hobby of sailing on the Great Lakes were his favorite things in life- His small dog, Jackie, was a constant companion during his meanders through Door County-was an accomplished sailor, and loved the history of sailing and fishing on Lake Michigan-served in the Marines from 1946-1948-graduated from University of Wisconsin in 1953 with a degree in Agricultural Journalism-advertising career-From 1992-2004 Bill became owner, publisher and writer of NEW Month Magazine-Through the magazine Bill and Joanne explored throughout northeastern Wisconsin writing about interesting places and fascinating people-collectedantiques-celebration of Billís life is planned for Saturday 18 Jun 2011 at the Woodwalk Gallery in Egg Harbor, where friends and family will enjoy music, stories and food in Billís memory-Huehns Funeral Home assisting the family


LARSON, Gladys Marie*/b. 31 May 1925, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI-d. Fri. 18 Mar 2011, Golden Living Center/Dorchester; *Source: OBITUARY-HUEHNS Funeral Home: Gladys Marie LARSON, (85), of Sturgeon Bay-Parents: Theodore and Marie (BERGER) LONZO in Sturgeon Bay-graduated from Sturgeon Bay High School in 1943-While in high school she worked as a life guard for the city of Sturgeon Bay-Married on 21 Oct 1944 to Lloyd Sophus LARSON in Sturgeon Bay-During World War II Gladys worked at Christi Corp Shipyard in the drafting department-After the war they moved to Milwaukee and returned to Sturgeon Bay in 1994-Survived by her three children, Kenneth (Jane) LARSON of Sturgeon Bay, Paul (Patricia) LARSON of Hudson, WI, Linda (Chester) NOVEY of Boise, Idaho; seven grandchildren; 2 great-grandchildren-preceded in death by her parent; husband; and three brothers, Kenneth, Theodore, and Lloyd LONZO-Huehns Funeral Home,


LARSON, Karen Mardell*/b. 8 Dec 1941-d. Fri. 21 Jan 2011; *Source: OBITUARY-CASPERSON Funeral Home: Karen Mardell LARSON-(December 8, 1941 - January 21, 2011)-Karen MARDELL LARSON, Ephraim and Sun City, AZ, died after a long battle with cancer-only child of Parents: Berger and Mardell WEISMANN LARSON-worked as a bookkeeper in Deerfield, IL and Sun City, AZ-enjoyed spending her summers in Ephraim all her life-survived by relatives, friends, and her little dog " Me Too "-buried next to her parents in Mount Emblem Cemetery in Elmhurst, IL-Memorial Service will be held in the early summer in Ephraim, WI-CASPERSON Funeral Home,


LARSON, Paula Etter*/b. 11 Jul 1970, Jackson, Mississippi-d. Wed. 9 Feb 2011; *Source: OBITUARY-HUEHNS Funeral Home: Paula Etter LARSON, (40), of Sturgeon Bay-Parents: Jack and Robbie (HARRIS) FISHER-After high school she went on to become a certified nursing assistant-was a member of the Kingdom Hall of Jehovahís Witnesses in Sturgeon Bay-survived by her sister, Laura (Jason) ESLICK of Columbus, Ohio-preceded in death by her parents-Services held Tuesday (15 Feb 2011) at the Kingdom Hall of Jehovahís Witnesses in Sturgeon Bay-Huehns Funeral Home,


LeMENSE, Eunice*/b. 10 Nov 1922, Rosiere, Kewaunee Co., WI-d. Mon. 14 Feb 2011, Algoma Long Term Care Unit, Albgoma, Kewaunee Co., WI; *Source: OBITUARY-SCHINDERLE Funeral Home: Eunice LeMENSE, (88), Algoma -Parents: Jule and Rose (RONSMAN) SOQUET-Euncie married Gabriel LeMENSE on 18 Nov 1942 in Rosiere-farmed in Kewaunee County for many years-member of St. Mary Catholic Church, St. Mary Rosary Society and the Hospital Auxillary-survived by her seven children, Dale LeMENSE, GA; Jerome LeMENSE, Florida; Matthew (Susan) LeMENSE, Oklahoma; Rebecca (Steve) HANSON, Alabama; Mary LeMENSE, Idaho; Lynn (Ned) MAJOR, Oklahoma; and Kathy (Brian) SCHMIDT, Oklahoma; 14 grandchildren, six great grandchildren, one sister, Clara PETERSON, Algoma; one brother, Barney (Carol) SOQUET, Mountain, Wis; one sister-in-law Grace KORNTVED, and her godchild Gail WALTER, Algoma-preceded in death by her parents, husband Gabriel, sister and brother-in-law Minerva (Lloyd) HUCEK and brother and sister-in-law Edwin (Norma) SOQUET and two brothers-in-law Allen JENERJOHN and Clarence PETERSON-graveside service for Eunice on Wednesday, 16 Feb 2011 at St. Mary Catholic Cemetery with Rev. William SWICHTENBERG officiating-SCHINDERLE Funeral Home, Algoma,


LYNCH, Carolyn P.*/b. 2 Feb 1938, Chattanooga, Tennessee-d. 16 Feb 2011, at home, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI; *Source: OBITUARY-FORBES Funeral Home: Carolyn P. LYNCH, (73), of Sturgeon Bay- passed away at home with loved ones at her bedside-Parents: Carol and Mildred (GRIFFIN) PINSON-attended the University of Tennessee-was a member of the Alpha Delta Pi Sorority-While there she met Clifford F. LYNCH of Memphis, Tennessee-they married on 11 Apr 1959-After a few years working as a teacher in California moved to Glen Ellyn, Illinois, to raise her family and work as a private tutor-followed Cliffís career move to Dallas, Texas, then set out on her own to Dublin, Ohio, where she volunteered for the arts, was a board member of the Dublin Women's Philanthropic Club, and concluded her tutoring career working with local and international students-spent many summers vacationing in Door County with family and friends-enjoyed extensive travel to Asia and Europe-retired to Sturgeon Bay in 2006-Survivors include her mother, Mildred PINSON, in Chattanooga, Tennessee; her daughter, Kathryn LYNCH, and her granddaughters, Ashleigh and Alyssa LYNCH, in Mesa, Arizona; her son, Michael LYNCH, his wife, Ellen, and their daughter, Haley, in Sammamish, Washington; and her best friend, Barb CRNKOVICH, here in Sturgeon Bay- preceded in death by her father-Burial will be in Chattanooga Memorial Park near the duck pond-An Irish Wake is to be held in her honor Sunday, 27 Mar 2011 at Kitty OíReillys, 59 East Oak Street, Sturgeon Bay- RSVPís to other memorial events are also being held: Hometown Dinner-Tuesday, 29 Mar 2011 at Shannonís in Glen Ellyn, Illinois-Irish Wake Thursday, 31 Mar 2011 Oscar's in Dublin, Ohio-Graveside Gathering Saturday, 2 Apr 2011 at Chattanooga Memorial Park Cemetery, 501 Memorial Drive, in Chattanooga, Tennessee followed by a reception dinner in the Bluff View Art District-FORBES Funeral Home.


MARANTO, Constance Lillian*/b. 12 Apr 1922, Chicago, Illinois-d. Tues. 12 Apr 2011, Cardinal Ridge CBRF, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI; *Source: OBITUARY-HUEHNS Funeral Home: Constance Lillian MARANTO, (89), formerly of Illinois and Washington Island-Parents: Michael and Charlotte (SCHRAUB) MONDRY-after graduating from Resurrection High School, Constance was employed with Illinois Bell Telephone Company as an operator, and later as an investigator-always "Mom" to her daughter, but to her grandchildren she was lovingly called "Buckum" and her great-grandchildren fondly referred to her as "GGB"-survived by her daughter, Bunny (John) BUXTON of Washington Island; five grandchildren, Bill (Laura) JONES, Chris (Colleen) JONES, John BUXTON III, Jay BUXTON, and Jackie (Ozie) CASANOVA; five great-grandchildren, Melanie JONES, Nina JONES, Caitlyn JONES, Samantha CASANOVA, and Joseph BUXTON; niece, Candace BECKER and nephew, Michael DEMKO-preceded in death by her parents, Michael and Charlotte MONDRY; husband, Chester PODRAZA; daughter, Colette; and sister, Patricia DEMKO-Mass of Christian Burial on Saturday, 16 Apr 2011 at St. Joseph Catholic Church with Fr. Robert KONKOL as celebrant-HUEHNS Funeral Home,


MARIN, Richard "Rick"*/b. 17 Feb 1948, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI-d. 21 Jan 2011, Jack and Ingrid MENG Hospice Residence, De Pere, Brown Co., WI; *Source: Door Co. Advocate: Wed. 26 Jan 2011: Richard "Rick" MARIN-battle with cancer-Parents: Wallace and Jacqueline (HERLACHE) MARIN-1996 retired from Proctor and Gamble Paper Mill and Gamble Paper Mill in Green Bay-moved to Crivitz area-Survived by three children, Jeff (Lynn) MARIN, Florence, Wis; Melissa MARIN and Jenna MARIN, both of Green Bay; one grand-daughter, Heather, Florence Wis.; mother Jackie MARIN, New Franken; three brothers, Steve (Paulette), Roger, Mike (Georgie) MARIN, all of Green Bay; three sisters, Sue JOHNSON, Brussels; Linda (Lonnie) WHITING, Jean (Keith) WESTERGAARD, both of Green Bay; many nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends-preceded in death by father, Wally MARIN; and one infant son-Memorial Service at MALCORE (East) Funeral Home, University Ave. at Baird St., Wed., MALCORE Funeral Home, .


McOLASH, Elaine J. SITTE*/b. 30 Jun 1920-d. Mon. 7 Feb 2011; *Source: OBITUARY-CASPERSON Funeral Home: Elaine J. McOLASH (June 30, 1920 - February 7, 2011)-Elaine (SITTE) McOLASH, (90)-survived by her son Joel (Jan) McOLASH, Sister Bay, daughter Marvel HERLACHE, Middleton, WI, special niece Sheree BECKER, very special friend Ethel TENCATE, grandchildren Mike (Laura), Scott (Mary), Tom (Cathy), April (Chris) and Jodi. 8 great-grandchildren; 3 sisters, 1 brother, 2 sister-in-laws, 2 brother-in-laws and many other loving relatives and friends-proceeded in death by her husband Matt McOLASH (1991) and son Mike McOLASH (12/8/10), 1 sister, 1 brother and 1 sister-in-law-celebration of her life will be held on 21 May 2011 at Bethel Baptist Church, Ellison Bay-. A very special thank you to Dr. Reitz, Golden Living Center-Send memorials to: Joel McOlash, 11196 Co. ZZ, Sister Bay, WI 54234-Casperson Funeral Home.


MEVERDEN, Kenneth John (KJ)*/b. 13 Oct 1928, Chicago, Ill.-d. Tuesday, 8 Feb 2011, Dorchester Golden Living Center, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI; *Source: OBITUARY-SCHINDERLE Funeral Home: Kenneth John (KJ) MEVERDEN, (82), Algoma-Parents: the late Edward and Betty (VIEU) MEVERDEN-As a young boy his family moved to Algoma-KJ attended the Algoma Schools-entered the U.S. Army and served during the Korean War as a Private First Class- After discharge he returned to Algoma-married Mary Lee ROBINSON 26 Dec 1953 in Algoma-worked at the U.S. Plywood until it closed-returned after it opened back up as the Algoma Hardwoods-retired in 1997-survived by his six children, Jack MEVERDEN, Steve MEVERDEN, Scott MEVERDEN, and Mike (Kathy) MEVERDEN, all of Algoma; Trudee MEVERDEN, Algoma; and Marlee STRANDELL (Nick EDLEBECK), Forestville; eight grandchildren, Scotty (Nicole) MEVERDEN, Kristopher (Lizzy) STRANDELL, Jenny MEVERDEN, Stephanee (Tim) McGOWAN, Elliott MEVERDEN, Alex MEVERDEN, Lydia STRANDELL and Dylan STRANDELL; five great grandchildren, Emma STRANDELL, Keegan McGOWAN, Sawyer MEVERDEN, and Vivika and Jack MEVERDEN; four siblings, Barb (Roger) YOUNG, Marianne McDERMID, Dick (Michelle) MEVERDEN and Janette MEVERDEN; one sister-in-law Bonnie BREUNING and nephew Chip BRUENING-preceded in death by his parents, wife Mary LEE on 20 Aug 1997, one son Robbie, one daughter Laura, one sister Betty Mae ANNOYE and one brother Gene MEVERDEN-Mass of Christian Burial Friday, Sat. 12 Feb 2011 At. St. Mary Catholic Church, Algoma with Rev. William Swichtenberg officiating-Burial in the church cemetery-SCHINDERLE Funeral Home, Algoma,


MICKELSON, Elaine M.*/b. 2 May 1926-d. 24 Jan 2011, Ministry Door County Medical Center, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI; *Source: Elaine M. MICKELSON, (84) of Sister Bay, WI-Parents: Mathew and Anna DAUBNER-married to Clifford A. MICKELSON on 24 Jul 1943-he preceded her in death on 1 Nov 2001-Survivors include children; Ronald (Sue) MICKELSON, Anne (Myron) RODGERS, Karen (Bill) PENDLETON and Joan (Roch) LAUTENBACH-Ten grandchildren and nine great grandchildren-Sisters: Marion SAUNDERS, Shirley LaROUCHE and Sandra GRIFFY-Funeral Mass held at Stella Maris Parish-Sister Bay on Friday, 28 Jan 2011-memorials to the Lewy Bodies Dementia Association-CASPERSON Funeral Home,


NEVERMAN, Ruby Louise/b. 5 Dec 1920-d. Fri. 14 Jan 2011, Rennes Health Center East; *Source: Door Co. Advocate-Sat. 15 Jan 2011: Ruby Louise NEVERMAN, (90), formerly of Hwy. 41 Peshtigo-parents: the late Olga and Gustav GOLDSMITH-married on 14 Nov 1942 to Selmer NEVERMAN in Milwaukee, Wis. and they had four daughters-survived by her daughters, Juliet (John) NOEL, Kaukauna; Susan (James) ANDERSON, Vicki (Brian) MYLENER, both of Peshtigo; Lisa (Gary) CARLSON, Ephraim; her grandchildren, Craig and Sara (NOEL) LILLGE, Angela ANDERSON, Luke and Gretchen (ANDERSON) THORNTON, Megan and Elizabeth MYLENER, Amanda, Nicolai and Keith CARLSON; great-granddaughter, Michelle NOEL; four sisters, Clara GOLDSMITH, Leona BERG, Hildegard ANDERSON, Hela BURG; and many nieces and nephews-preceded in death by her husband, Selmer; her parents; a grandson, Curtis NOEL; two brothers, Ted and John; and four sisters, Agnes, Elma, Erna and Elsie-Services held on Monday, 17 Jan 2011 at Zion Lutheran Church in Peshtigo, with the Rev. Luke MYSLIK officiating-Burial will be in Riverside Cemetery in Peshtigo-Berth & Rosenthal Funeral Home is assisting the family with arrangements.


ORLOSKI, Gayle J./b. 9 Mar 1954, Grand Rapids, Mich.-d. 16 Jan 2011, St. Vincent Hospital, Green Bay, Brown Co., WI; *Source: Door Co. Advocate-Wed. 19 Jan 2011: Gayle J. ORLOSKI, (56), Sturgeon Bay-parents: Donald and Margaret (BADERSCHNEIDER) JOHNSON-married on 4 Sep 1988 to Arnold "Arnie" ORLOSKI in Reed City, Mich.-was currently teaching language arts at Southern Door High School-survived by her husband, Arnie; parents, Donald and Margaret JOHNSON, Grand Rapids, Mich.; one brother, Eric JOHNSON, Chicago, Ill.; one step-son, Jeffrey (Elizabeth) ORLOSKI, Glen Ellyn, Ill.; two step-grandchildren, Abigail and Jackson-Funeral services Saturday, 22 Jan 2011, at the Forbes Funeral Home in Sturgeon Bay-FORBES Funeral Home, www.forbes


PASCHKE, Melissa (Missy) REINHART*/b. 26 Oct 1965, Algoma, Kewaunee Co., WI-d. Sat. 15 Jan 2011, Bay Area Medical Center, Marinette, WI; *Source: OBITUARY-SCHINDERLE Funeral Home: Melissa (Missy) REINHART PASCHKE, (45), Marinette, died after a 10 year courageous battle with cancer-Parents: Lana M. (BAUERS) and Allan S. REINHART-graduated from the Algoma High School-worked at the Reinhart Shoe store in Algoma for a few years-worked at various places before taking care of kids in her home along with taking care of her children-was taken care of by her "special parents" Clarence and Alice VOGEL-Survived by her six children, Meagan (Mike) BRULL, Sturgeon Bay; Alisa REINHART, Marinette; Jeremy REINHART, Forestville; Sam PASCHKE, Sturgeon Bay; Jade and Shane PASCHKE, Marinette; two grandchildren, Andyn and Abriella BRULL; her parents, Al (Lana) REINHART, Algoma; one brother Rob REINHART, Algoma; "special parents" Clarence (Alice) VOGEL, Algoma; her extended family, Teresa (Bill) HENKE, Sturgeon Bay; Gerald (Colleen) HUETTLE, Algoma; William HUETTLE, Sturgeon Bay; Scott (Karen) WILMONTT, Sturgeon Bay and many aunts, uncles and special friends-preceded in death by her paternal grandparents, Adrian (Eva) REINHART and maternal grandparents, Robert (Pearline) BAUERS-Memorial Service at St. Mary Catholic Church, 118 Church St., Algoma Saturday, 22 Jan 2011 Rev. Dennis Drury officiating-Private burial at a later date-SCHINDERLE FUNERAL HOME, Algoma,


PFEIFER, Barbara WATERS*/b. 17 Aug 1916, Sioux City, IA-d. 25 Mar 2011, Scandia Village, Sister Bay, Door Co., WI; *Source: OBITUARY-CASPERSON Funeral Home: Barbara WATERS PFEIFER, (94), died peacefully with family at her side-Parents: Dr. Ralph Milton WATERS and Louise DIEHL WATERS-lived most of her childhood in Madison, WI- The WATERS family began travelling to Door County for summer vacations in the 1920s-graduated from the University of Wisconsin, and worked in Chicago, IL where she met her husband of 69 years, Ray Edward PFEIFER-married in Madison on 7 Feb 1942-After WWII, the family lived in Ann Arbor and then Lansing, MI from 1946 to 1978-active community volunteer and worked at a pre-school-moved to Door County in 1978-Survivors include her husband Ray at Scandia Village in Sister Bay, her children Susan PFEIFER and Stefan PFEIFER of Santa Fe, NM, Sally (Chuck) CARPENTER of St. Louis, MO and grandchildren Nick, Julia and Will CARPENTER- also survived by her brothers Dar and Jack WATERS, her sister, Elva WATERS, and many other relatives and friends- The family is so thankful for the kind and caring people at Scandia Village, and appreciates the bedside memorial that was held there-private memorial will be held at a later date-. Memorial contributions may be given to Good Samaritan Scandia Village, 10560 Applewood Rd, Sister Bay, WI 54234 or to Door County charity of your choice-CASPERSON Funeral Home


PONTZLOFF, Ernest B.*/b. 10 Oct 1920-d. Sun. 13 Feb 2011, Ministry Door County Medical Center, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI; *Source: OBITUARY-HUEHNS Funeral Home: Ernest B. PONTZLOFF, (90), of Sturgeon Bay-Parents: the late Emil and Ida PONTZLOFF-was a WWII POW-owned Ernie and Murials Tap at the intersection of Hwy 42-57-drove school bus for the Southern Door Schools-member of St. Peters Lutheran Church-Survivors include one son, Richard PONTZLOFF of Appleton, many nieces and nephews, and friends-preceded in death by his parents, three wives, Berdina, Adeline, and Muriel; daughter, Judy; infant sister; and three brothers, Louis PONTZLOFF, Marvin PONTZLOFF, and Herman PONTZLOFF-Funeral services held Friday 18 Feb 2011 at Huehns Funeral Home with Rev. Darrick KOLTERJAHN officiating-HUEHNS Funeral Home,


RAETHER, Violet (Vi)*/b. 14 Dec 1917, on family farm, rural Mount Vernon, South Dakota-d. Sun. 6 Feb 2011, Algoma Long Term Care Unit, Algoma, Kewaunee Co., WI; *Source: OBITUARY-SCHINDERLE Funeral Home: Violet (Vi) RAETHER, (93)-Parents: Baden and Lizzie STULTS SCHMIDT-her father lost the family farm in 1934 at the height of the Great Depression-the family moved to the Algoma, Wisconsin area to be closer to relatives here-at the time of the move, Violet dropped out of ninth grade and went to work as a domestic servant to help support her family-married on 25 Sep 1939 to Myron RAETHER in Mitchell, South Dakota-the couple farmed in Pierce Township of Kewaunee County for a number of years before moving to Cedar Corners in 1948-worked at Beach's Dime store for several years in the 1950s and then at Katch's Department Store until the store closed in 1979-also employed at the Gift Haus of von Stiehl Winery and at Kohlbeck's Clothiers-member of St. Paul's Ev. Lutheran Church since 1937-member and one-time president of St. Paul's Ladies Aid-also volunteered in the hot lunch program of St. Paul's School for many years-Survivors include her four children: Carole, New Berlin, WI; Dale, Wayne and Leon all of Algoma; one brother, Donald, of Chase City, Virginia; four grandchildren and six great grandchildren-preceded in death by her parents, husband, one brother, one sister and by a daughter-in-law-Service at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Algoma Wednesday, 9 Feb 2011 with Reverends Roy BEYER and John MOLL officiating-Burial in the family plot at the Evergreen Cemetery-The Schinderle Funeral Home, Algoma,


RENIER, Johanna "Grandma Jo"*/b. 21 Nov 1922, Red River, Kewaunee Co., WI-d. 13 Feb 2011, at home, Brussels, Door Co., WI; *Source: OBITUARY-FORBES Funeral Home: Johanna "Grandma Jo" RENIER, (88), of Brussels-Parents: Octave and Melina (FERRON) BADER-married on 27 Sep 1939 to Louis E. RENIER-lived and worked on their home farm while having three children, two of whom survive- Johanna and Louis moved to Sturgeon Bay where they resided for many years until she moved in with her family in Brussels, in 2007, where she happily lived the last years of her life-Survivors include two sons, Norman (Nancy) RENIER, Green Bay; Ivan (Daun) RENIER, Brussels; grandchildren, Mike (Alla) RENIER, Fond du Lac; Tracie (Joe) YANT, Sturgeon Bay; Trin RENIER, Rosiere; Tera BURK, Sturgeon Bay; Aaron RENIER, Rosiere; Angela (Nicholas) RENIER-Lettie, Brussels; great-grandchildren, Maria and Dennis RENIER; Michaella YANT; Alexis and Christian BURK; Payton RENIER-LETTIE, and Isaiah RENIER; one sister, Meome (Louie) DENIL; nieces and nephews-preceded in death by her parents, her husband, one daughter, Carol, and one brother, Alvin-Funeral services Wednesday, 16 Feb 2011 at the FORBES Funeral Home in Sturgeon Bay with Rev. Anthony BIRDSALL officiating-Entombment will be at the Shrine of the Good Shepherd Mausoleum-FORBES Funeral Home


RESNER, Shirley Mae/b. 16 Nov 1927, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI-d. 9 Jan 2011, Golden Living Center-Dorchester; *Source: OBITUARY-FORBES Funeral Home: Shirley Mae RESNER, (83), of Sturgeon Bay-parents: Alex and Sarah (SAWDO) RESNER-was active in the V.F.W. Auxiliary and at the Door County Senior Citizen Center-worked at Hatco Corp. and retired after eleven and half years of employment-Survivors include her sister, Rose CEGIELSKI, Manitowoc; a brother, Edward RESNER; numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents, two sisters, Jeanette and Bernadine; three brothers, Robert, Donald and Richard-Memorial Services Wednesday, 12 Jan 2011 at Forbes Funeral Home, with the Rev. Mel HENRICHS officiating-FORBES Funeral Home.


ROSNER, Edith MAGERSTADT "Maggy"*/b. 10 Feb 1923, Chicago, IL-d. Sat. 15 Jan 2011, Wisconsin; *Source: CASPERSON Funeral Home: Edith MAGERSTADT ROSNER of Chicago Illinois, New York City, New York and Fish Creek, Wisconsin-wife of the late Joseph ROSNER-Parents: the late Edith MAHONEY MAGERSTADT and Earl George MAGERSTADT-predeceased by her sisters Ann MAGERSTADT OLIVE of Fayetteville, North Carolina and Jean MAGERSTADT DIEFENDERFER of Key Biscayne, Florida-survived by her niece Therese Ann CHERRY of Charlotte, North Carolina, and her nephews Winston MAGERSTADT OLIVE and George Hunter OLIVE of Fayetteville, as well as her godchildren and many devoted friends-(Maggy) graduated from the University of Chicago-performed with the Peninsula Players Theatre of Fish Creek, Wisconsin beginning with the 1940 summer season-last engagement with the Players was forty-four years later in 1984 with the play, Harvey-was an active participant in the Players organization throughout her life-had a life-long love of the written word-became a professional book-binder and always had a collection of books and periodicals close at hand-had an unquenchable thirst for knowledge-loved travel and, until recent years embarked on annual explorations to exotic lands-a summer memorial service is planned at The Church of the Atonement in Fish Creek, Wisconsin-had been an active member of the Bishop's Committee for many years-Casperson Funeral Home of Sister Bay, Wisconsin.


SCHUH, Mary Ann*/17 Feb 1928-10 Apr 2011; *Source: OBITUARY-CASPERSON Funeral Home: Mary Ann E SCHUH (February 17, 1928 - April 10, 2011)-Memorial Service will be held at a later date with full details to be added when available- CASPERSON Funeral Home


SORENSEN, Donovan G., Jr./b. 13 Aug 1945, Washington Island, Door Co., WI-d. 7 Jan 2011, Golden Living-Dorchester Center, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI; *Source: OBITUARY-FORBES Funeral Home: Donovan G. SORENSEN, Jr., (65), of Sturgeon Bay-parents: Donovan G. and Euleene (SMITH) SORENSEN, Sr.-served in the U.S. Navy from 1963 to 1975-married Margaret (WATLING) SORENSEN on 3 Feb 1968-received the Vietnam Service Medal and Campaign Medal with Device-Survivors include three daughters, Wendi (Jack) BRAY, Austin, TX; Staci (Gary) GATZKE, New Ulm, TX; Sheri (John) MESSER, Pflugerville, Tx; his mother, Euleene SORENSEN, Sturgeon Bay; two sisters, Swanee (Lancing) GERDMANN, Sturgeon Bay; Judy (Lee) STUEBER, DePere; and eight grandchildren-preceded in death by his father-Funeral and Veteran Services Friday, 14 Jan 2011 at FORBES Funeral Home, the Rev. Jerry GROTH officiating-FORBES Funeral Home


VANDERKINTER, Norma a. (JENERJOHN) SCHAEFER*/b. 14 Feb 1922, Town of Pierce, Kewaunee Co., WI-d. Wed. 23 Feb 2011, St. Vincentís Hospital, Green Bay, Brown Co., WI; *Source: OBITUARY-SCHINDERLE Funeral Home: Norma A. (JENERJOHN) SCHAEFER VANDERKINTER, (89), Kewaunee, formerly of Algoma-Parents: the late George and Anna (SEILER) JENERJOHN-attended Alaska Grade School-worked at the US Plywood for three years-worked at the Algoma Net Company for 31 years-married Louis SCHAEFER 3 Sep 1941-he preceded her in death on 16 Oct 1980-later married Norbert VANDERKINTER on 5 Apr 1986 in Kewaunee-They would have celebrated their 25 wedding anniversary this April- survived by her husband Norbert, Goddaughter, Bev (Dennis) LANGTEAU, Godson, Greg (Jane) JENERJOHN, special niece Jacque (Robert) FAMEREE, other nieces Jean (George) POKORNY, Cheryl (Karl) KORTH, Carole (William) WAGENER, Pat FLIPPO, Jan SWOBODA, Julaine (Ken) TLACHAC, Kay (Ken) VIRT, and Gail WALTER; one nephew Dave (Pam) OBRY; one stepson Jerry (Mary) VANDERKINTER, two stepdaughters Elaine (Terry) JANDRIN and Evelyn (Joe) STEINER; 14 - step-grandchildren and great-grandchildren; three sister-in-law and two brothers-in-law Clara JENERJOHN-PETERSON, Eunice (Earl) SIEBERT and Verna (Wilford) GEBAUER-preceded in death by her parents, husband Louis, one brother Allen JENERJOHN, two sisters and brothers-in-law Viola (Harlan) OBRY and Myrtle (John) SWOBODA and three nephews Victor FLIPPO, Gary SWOBODA and Jerry WALTER-Mass of Christian Burial at St. Mary Catholic Church, Algoma Saturday, 26 Feb 2011 with Rev. William SWICHTENBERG officiating-Burial in the Evergreen Cemetery, Algoma-SCHINDERLE Funeral Home,


WASICKI, Charlotte*/b. 29 Sep 1935, Warsaw, Poland-d. Sat. 26 Feb 2011, Ministry Door County Medical Center, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI; *Source: OBITUARY-HUEHNS Funeral Home: Charlotte WASICKI, (75), of Sturgeon Bay-Parents: the late Stanley and Victoria WASICKI-graduated from Maine East High School-worked as the apartment manager for Mallard Creek Apartments in Golden Valley, Minnesota-Survived by seven children: Debbie (Dale) WIEGAND of Sturgeon Bay, Brian SOBERSKI of Tulsa, Oklahoma, Susan SOBERSKI of Chicago, Illinois, Stephen SOBERSKI of Burnsville, Minnesota, Patricia (Michael) POLING of Houston, Texas, Richard (Barbara) SOBERSKI of Burnsville, Minnesota, and Adam SOBERSKI of Brainerd, Minnesota; eleven grandchildren; and one great-grandchild-preceded in death by her parents; her sister, Barbara KLOPACK; and her granddaughter, Leslie WIEGAND-Funeral services held Tuesday 1 Mar 2011 at Huehns Funeral Home in Sturgeon Bay-


WEBER, Jeanne R./b. 24 Sep 1930, Chicago, IL-d. 19 Mar 2011, Golden Living Center-Dorchester: *Source: HUEHNS Funeral Home: Jeanne R. WEBER, 80 years, of Sturgeon Bay, passed away Saturday 19 Mar 2011 at Golden Living Center-Dorchester-Parents: the late Enrico and M. Bernice (GALLAGHER) ROMANO- After graduating from Nicholas Senn High School in Chicago went on to study pharmacy at the University of Illinois-was one of the first female pharmacists to graduate from the program-attended Mundelein College where she earned a Masterís Degree in Education-married 14 Jul 1978 to Arnold J. WEBER at Holy Name of Mary Catholic Church in Maplewood-He preceded her in death on 30 Nov 2006-In her youth and into adulthood, Jeanne vacationed at her family cottage in Door County-moved to Door County in 1970, along with her children-active member of St. Joseph Catholic Church in Sturgeon Bay and taught history and English at St. Joseph Catholic School in the 1970ís-church involvement also included CCD, Prayer Partners, and being a member of the Literacy Council-Following her teaching at St. Josephís she worked as a pharmacist at Bohn Pharmacy, Door County Memorial Hospital, Jolins, Walmart, and Fenskeís, retiring in 1990-was an avid writer who loved poetry; wrote and published three books about her familyís history-was a member of the Door County Historical Society and her beloved Door County Writersí Club-Survived by three children: Fredric OYEN of Fairhope, AL, Christopher (Lois) OYEN, of Orlando, FL, Mary (Randy MORROW) OYEN-MORROW; four stepchildren: Wanda (Dave) WEBER of Germantown, Sally (Robert) TOMCHECK of Green Bay, Rose (Ben ALLS) WEBER of Filmore, CA, Lou (Scott) GEYER of Sturgeon Bay; six grandchildren; eight step-grandchildren; and 10 great-grandchildren-preceded in death by her parents, husband, and son-in-law, Dave AUGSBERGER-mass celebrated at St. Joseph Catholic Church on Thursday, 24 Mar 2011-Huehns Funeral Home of Sturgeon Bay is assisting the family with arrangements.


WEIR, Clarice R./b. 25 Jun 1931, Waukegan, IL-d. Sun. morning, 2 Jan 2011, Advocate Condell Medical Center, Libertyville; *Source: Door Co. Advocate-Sat. 8 Jan 2011: Clarice R. WEIR, (79), Grayslake resident, formerly a longtime resident of Sister Bay (Door County), Wis.-parents: late Robert and Rena (nee ROSING) BRACHER-attended Libertyville High School-was a Den Mother in the Grayslake area Cub Scouts-member of the Avon Players, as well as a member of St. Gilbert Catholic Church in Grayslake-mother of Brad (Jo Ann) WEIR, Gary (Carla) WEIR, Sr., Susan WEIR, Brian (Lauren) WEIR, Kym (Kim) ROULEAU, Janine (Michael) HUNT, John (Dawn) WEIR, and Betsy (Mark) LENCHO; beloved grandmother of 21; loving great-grandmother of 12; dear sister of Arlene (the late Leroy) MORLEY and Robert (Betty) BRACHER; former spouse of Clarence R. WEIR-Her sisters, Rita STONEBERG and Jackie AMANN as well as brothers Homer and Tim BRACHER preceded her in death-All services will be held privately-In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions in Clarice's name may be made to the Alzheimer's Foundation of America-STRANG FUNERAL CHAPEL & CREMATORIUM, 410 E. Belvidere Road, Grayslake, IL 60030. (847) 223-8122, www


WOLD, Russell*/d. 2 Mar 2011; *Source: OBITUARY-CASPERSON Funeral Home: Russell WOLD-(Died March 2, 2011)-Family Service will be held in Mabel, Minnesota in the Spring-Casperson Funeral Home


WOLFE, Gabriele*/b. 24 Dec 1945, Ausgburg, Germany-d. Wed. 19 Jan 2011, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI; *Source: OBITUARY-SCHINDERLE Funeral Home: Gabriele WOLFE, (65), 543 Hwy 42, Sturgeon Bay, passed away after a courageous battle with cancer with her family at her side-raised by her mother Mary WIEDEMANN-married Robert S. WOLFE, a US Marine on 10 Feb 1972- they settled in Door County moving into the home of her foster parents, Nick and Mary GOMBLER-they were married for 10 years and divorced in 1982- She continued to reside at the farm and raised her two children on her own- While raising her children she also began her career working with mentally and physically handicapped people as well as continued her education having a degree in teaching and business from Germany she obtained her certificates in Supervisory Management, Retail & Marketing, Transportation Logistics, Office Management as well as completing her C.N.A. certification twice-known for having been the first person in the area to bring back sheep to Door County-taught German at several schools and locations in the area and was known for insisting in incorporating foreign language in schools-also taught conversational German and Customs and Etiquette classes so people would feel comfortable and have usable skills when traveling abroad-also known for work with the 4-H for 22 years-known for her passion working with dogs and training the "people" so they knew how to work with their dogs-served on many organizations including Help of Door County; answering phones and counseling people through crises, the Women Employment Project, mentoring and coaching women to reach their goals and better their situations-countless hours of volunteer work and dedication to the N.A.M.I. (National Association of Mental Illness)-also cooking for the community on a weekly basis-Survived by special friend Dale, her children Nick WOLFE and Monica WOLFE-DAVIS and by her grandchildren Morgan, Mason and Malachi DAVIS and countless friends-Memorial Service at Grace Lutheran Church, N5789 Hwy 42, Kewaunee, near the Alaskan Golf Course Sat. 22 Jan 2011 with Pastor Howard BATT officiating-the SCHINDERLE FUNERAL HOME, Algoma,



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