Obituaries Archives for 2017-08

Roger M. Nulton

By Paul Schmitt

Roger M Nulton, 86 passed away peacefully Sunday, August 27 at home in Egg Harbor while surrounded by his loving family. The son of the late Major General Henry G Nulton and J. Eleanore Nulton of Hillside New Jersey was born on November 10, 1930. Roger and his wife Marilynn F Nulton celebrated their blissful marriage of 62 years this past June.

With a masters degree in microbiology from Rutgers University Roger was the Director of Operations and Technology in the Grocery Products Division for Kraft Foods in Chicago, IL for 35 years. Roger was the recipient of the Chairman's award which recognized extraordinary business achievements in the areas of marketing, research and development. He retired in June 1992 when he and Marilynn started their new journey in life in Naples, FL where they spent their winters. As snow birds they flew the coop back up to their home here in Egg Harbor for the glorious summer and fall months.

While enjoying their time in Naples, they were active members of the Lakewood Country Club where Roger served on the board. He was often seen as a competitor on the tennis court and golf course. He and his brother Ed had enjoyed challenging one another with healthy competition. Roger also volunteered for the past 22 years at the Naples Community Hospital, and was dedicated to his daily workouts at the Naples Wellness Center.

Door County was Marilynn's idea of paradise, and Roger was more than happy to make that happen for them. Once their home was built Roger had an enthusiasm to give back to the community. Over the past 22 years Roger had enjoyed the fellowship and comradery of the Door County Habitat for Humanity crew. Their dedication and talents provided a hand up to their neighbors. Once again Roger's unyielding self-discipline to fitness and health had him at the YMCA seven days a week. He was greeted by many as he cruised Bay Shore Drive in his blue mini cooper convertible, floppy hat on, music cranked as he sang out What a Wonderful World.

Cruising the globe with friends and family enriched Roger and Marilynn's lives as they experienced various cultures and people. Roger was an acquired taste! Those who knew him always felt his presence. He was a one of a kind guy and the world is a better place because of his generosity, humor, compassion and willingness to be there for others. We can't say patient or flexible, but he was a great man.

Roger's greatest passion was his family. He is survived by his wife Marilynn, daughter, Marsha (David) Lidbury, son, Roger M Nulton Jr, five grandchildren, Jessie (Serhij) Duford , Ben (Katie) Lidbury, Roger (Kelley) Nulton, Ryan (Lauren) Nulton, Kaitlin Nulton and their mother Katherine Nulton. Brother, Edmund (Nancy) Nulton

Memorial service will be held Saturday, September 9th at 10:00. Church of the Atonement Episcopal 9390 Cottage Row, Fish Creek, WI

In lieu of flowers the family requests donations made in the memory of Roger Nulton to the Door County Habitat for Humanity Organization 410 North 14th Ave Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235.

Special heartfelt thanks to Dr. Richard Hogan and Unity Hospice for their compassion and support.

Ralph Hafeman

By Schinderle Funeral Home

Ralph Hafeman, 93, Algoma, passed away Monday, Aug. 28, 2017 at the Algoma Long Term Care Unit.  He was born Sept. 18, 1923 in Algoma to Otto and Esther (Iwen) Hafeman.

Ralph married Mary Ann Stoller Sept. 27, 1952.

Ralph entered the US Army during WWII  on March 27, 1943 and was honorably discharged on March 16, 1946.   After his discharge he farmed in the Algoma area until his retirement.

Ralph is survived by his three daughters, Lois (John) Albertson, Sue (Ron) Paschke and Patti (Bob) Poh; seven grandchildren, 19 great grandchildren and his brother David (Judy) Hafeman.   He was preceded in death by his wife Mary Ann, daughter Becky, grandchildren Holly and Jason and neice Liza.

Family and friends may call at the SCHINDERLE FUNERAL HOME, Algoma, from 4 PMFriday, Sept 1, 2017 until the time of services at 6 PM. with Minister Gloria Butler officiating.  Burial to follow in the Evergreen Cemetery with full military honors.

The family wants to give a special thank you to the staff at the ALTCU for their loving care of our dad.

Tyler D. Whitmire

By McMahon Funeral Home

Tyler Douglas Whitmire, 22, Luxemburg, passed away early Tuesday morning, August 22, 2017.

He was born in Green Bay to Michael Whitmire and Amy Benz on March 03, 1995. He was a 2013 graduate of Luxemburg-Casco High School. Immediately upon graduation Tyler fulfilled a lifelong dream and enlisted in the United State Marine Corp. serving most of his time in Okinawa, Japan.

While in Japan he married Lilly C. Lucas on April 06, 2017.

He was employed with Securitas as a security guard. Tyler was member of St. Mary Church, Luxemburg where he actively participated as a Mass server and lector.

His enjoyments included playing football, working out and spending time with his family, especially his niece, Audrey.

Survivors include his wife, Lilly, MCAS Futenma, Okinawa, Japan; his mother and stepfather, Amy and David Riedy, Luxemburg; his father, Mike Whitmire, formerly of Green Bay; two brothers and one sister, Trevor Whitmire; Ethan Whitmire all of Luxemburg and Abbey (Adam) Nelson, Green Bay; one niece and one nephew, Audrey and Adam Jr; two step-brothers, Dan (Natalie) Riedy, Crivitz; Alen (Jess) Riedy, Coleman; paternal grandparents, Richard and Darlene Whitmire, Green Bay; his godmother, Karen Wheatley, WI; his godfather, Marshall Whitmire, Green Bay; his mother in law, Ann Lucas, Bloomington, IN; his father in law, Greg Lucas, Bedford, IN; two sisters in law, Lexie Lucas, Bella Lucas, both of Bloomington, IN; one brother in law, Zac (Olivia) McCameron, Bloomington, IN; one half-sister in law, Presley Lucas, Bedford, IN; Lilly's paternal grandparents, Earl and Janice Lucas; one nephew, John McCameron, as well as many aunts, uncles and friends.

Tyler was preceded in death by, his maternal grandparents, Douglas and Linda Benz; his step-grandparents, James and Delores Riedy. Friends may call at St. Mary Church, 1413 Main Street, Luxemburg, 4:00 to 7:00 pm. Sunday, August 27, 2017. Closing parish prayer service 7:00 on Sunday. Visitation will continue 9:00 to 10:45 am on Monday, August 28, 2017 at St. Mary Church, Luxemburg. Funeral 11:00 am on Monday at the church with Rev. Milton Suess officiating. Burial in St. Mary Cemetery, Luxemburg with full military rites at graveside. In lieu of flowers a memorial fund will be established in Tyler's memory. McMAHON FUNERAL HOME, LUXEMBURG is assisting the Whitmire Family. The family would like to extend a special thank you to Tyler's friend, Rev. Milton Suess for always supporting and guiding Tyler.

Constance Alice Connor

By Huehns Funeral Home

Constance Alice Connor, 74, of the Town of Jacksonport, WI, formerly of Massachusetts, fell asleep in the loving arms of her family and awoke in the arms of the Lord, Tuesday morning, August 22, 2017 at Door County Medical Center in Sturgeon Bay, WI.

She was born March 27, 1943 in Brookline, MA, the daughter of Joseph Lyle Shea and Alice (Weston) Shea. Connie was raised Catholic and graduated from Rosary Academy in Brookline, MA. She was united in marriage to William Edward Connor on April 18, 1971 at St. Mark Parish in Dorchester, MA and later attended St. Colman Parish in Brockton, MA.

Connie waitressed earlier in life and eventually became the conference manager for the satellite campus of Northeastern University in Weston, MA. She was a member of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Frank M. Noyes VFW Post 8892 in Avon, MA. Connie retired to Door County, WI the week of Thanksgiving in 2009 and resided in the Town of Jacksonport.

Connie was an avid reader and an excellent cook. Her lasagna was a family-favorite. Connie loved her yellow lab, Goldie, and her family above all.

She will be missed by her children, Paul Connor of the Town of Jacksonport, WI, William "Billie" (Kristin Murphy) Connor of Whitman, MA, Chanda (Donald) Benson of Avon, MA, and Billy Connor of the Town of Jacksonport; their father, William Connor of Brockton, MA; granddaughters, Emma Otero and Meagan Tracey; and sister, Carol Foster of Brockton, MA.

Connie was reunited with her parents; and two sons, Mark and Christopher "Ditty" Tracey.

Her life will be celebrated with a gathering of family and friends at her son, Paul's home in the Town of Jacksonport, 5712 Howard Ln., Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235 on Friday, August 25, 2017 from 4:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m.

Services may also be held back home in Massachusetts (with details to be announced as soon as arrangements are finalized).

Memorials may be given in Constance's name for the GBS-CIPD Foundation International (, in honor of her battle with Guillain-Barré Syndrome (GBS) the past 15 years.

Huehns Funeral Home & Cremation Services in Sturgeon Bay, WI is assisting the Connor family. Expressions of sympathy, memories, and photos of Constance may be shared with her family through her tribute page    

"Blackie" Ronald Deprey, Sr.

By Wiesner & Massart Funeral Home

"Blackie" Ronald Deprey Sr. passed away peacefully with his family by his side on August 21, 2017 at the age of 74.

Blackie was born on the family farm on June 20, 1943 in Euren, WI to Joe and Delores Deprey. He attended Casco High School.  Blackie married Lenore Burmeister on April 25, 1964 at St. Mary Parish in Algoma, WI.  He had numerous jobs throughout his life, but was most known as a lifelong mechanic with a wrecker service and a custodian at Algoma High school for 22 years.  Every job he held was an opportunity to make more friends.

Blackie was a dedicated member of Alcoholics Anonymous celebrating 31 years of sobriety on June 18, 2017.  He was a generous, quick witted man who always had time for anyone in need.  He adored his children and grandchildren and often shared stories about them.   He took pride in delivering Meals on Wheels and bell ringing for the Salvation Army.  He will truly be missed by his family and friends.

Blackie is survived by his wife of 53 years, Lenore, his children Dawn and Thomas De Guelle, Hortonville, WI and Ronnie and Mary Jo Deprey, Luxemburg, WI.  His grandchildren, Megan De Guelle (special friend, Michael), Luke De Guelle (special friend, Abigail), Tucker De Guelle, Ryan Deprey (fiancée Katie), and Evan Deprey (special friend Kayla). His sisters, Karen (Kenny) Lumaye and Arletta (Gerald) Bertrand. His brother-in-law Larry (Shirley) Burmeister.  He is further survived by his nieces and nephew who were like his own children, Brian Burmeister, Melissa Burmeister, Mandy and Keith Deschaine.

Blackie was preceded in death by his infant daughter, Renee Deprey, parents, Joe and Delores Deprey, sister, Vernalda Deprey, brother and sisters-in-law, Joe and Linda Burmeister, Cami Burmeister.

Visitation with the family will take place from 3-7 pm, Saturday, August 26, 2017 at Wiesner & Massart Funeral Home – Algoma, 1617 Flora Ave., Algoma, WI. A memorial service will follow at 7 pm with Fr. Peter Stryker of St. Mary's Parish officiating. Entombment will be in the columbarium at St. Mary's Cemetery, Algoma, WI at a later date. Online condolence messages may be shared at

Coffee and donuts will follow at the funeral home after the service.

Donabella (Dona) Mae Pritchett

By Casperson Funeral Home

Donabelle Mae Pritchett, 94, of Sister Bay died peacefully on the morning of August 18, 2017. Her children and husband were by her side when she passed away in Scandia Village, Sister Bay.


Dona was born on her family farm in Sister Bay in 1922 and attended Appleport school in Liberty Grove. At age 11 Dona accepted Jesus Christ as her savior and God and joined the First Baptist Church of Sister Bay. She graduated from Gibraltar High School in 1940. In 1941 she met her husband, Tom, on a blind date while Dona was studying art at Milwaukee State Teachers College, and within 30 days she had invited Tom to Door County to meet her parents and their futures were destined to be together. The couple celebrated their 74th wedding anniversary this past July.


Dona and Tom had a great life together living around the world and the United States for 74 years after their marriage.


In 1944, Dona with friends and cousins, left Door County to work in Seattle during World War II. Dona was selected to work in the art department at Boeing for the remainder of the war effort. After the war she and her husband returned to Wisconsin, and started a family and had three children when her husband was called to duty for the Korean war in 1951. In 1953, Dona and her children joined Tom in Japan for 2 years. Dona was among the first group of Westerners ever to visit the sacred grounds of the Japanese Imperial Palace. The family then moved to Seattle where Tom was reassigned, there, Dona continued to display her artistic abilities through the remodeling of their home and they celebrated the birth of their fourth child. Over the next 15 years, Dona and her family lived in Germany for six years and returned to Door County to be with family and friends as frequently as possible


Dona had a lifelong love for art and was an accomplished painter and designer. She taught art design at a college in the Chicago suburbs during the 1970s. In the 80s, Dona and her husband moved to Dayton Ohio and she became the renowned Antique Country Americana and Quilt Dealer known as "The Ohio Connection". She loved traveling to Europe with friends and family and discovering beautiful antique fabrics.


In 2000 Dona and Tom moved back to Sister Bay in Door County permanently and remodeled the family farm first built by her grandfather Daniel Hedeen in 1890. The farm was featured In "Our Wisconsin" magazine.


She will be missed by Husband Tom, Daughter Pam (Binnie), Son Peter (Melissa), Son Steve (Pat), Brother Ranny Nelson (Kris), 5 Grandchildren and 10 Great Grandchildren and numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and friends


She is preceded in death by youngest Daughter Sara, Sister Iris, Sister in Law Ruth Nelson, Brother in Law Donald Lappe, and parents Arnold and Mamie Nelson


Friends and family are invited to a memorial service at the first Baptist Church of Sister Bay on Monday August 28 at 2 PM. The service followed by light refreshments will be preceded at 1PM with a visitation.


In lieu of flowers donations may be made to DOOR CANcer Inc, or Scandia Village Capital Campaign.

Patricia Metido

By Forbes Funeral Home

Patricia Metido, 79, of Sturgeon Bay, formerly of Illinois, passed away on Aug. 18, 2017 at Door County Medical Center.   She was born May 1, 1938 in Villa Park, IL to Frank and Hannah Pecoraro.   She lived most of her life in Illinois, moving to Door County several years ago.


She is survived by 3 children, Elizabeth (Tom) Groves, Woodridge, IL; John Metido, Gilbert, AZ; and Vickie (Scott) Kelley, Surprise, AZ; 3 grandchildren, 2 great-grandchildren and 4 brothers.


She was preceded in death by her parents, 3 brothers and 1 sister.


Private family services will be held in Illinois.

Vivian Louise Jacobe

By Huehns Funeral Home

Vivian Louise Jacobe, lifelong resident of Sturgeon Bay, passed away at home, Tuesday morning, August 15, 2017. She made it to her 90th birthday, just as she hoped to.

Vivian was born April 28, 1927 to Dewey George Haskell and Louise Bertha (Diefenbach) Haskell. She attended school and initially went to work as a waitress at her uncle, Sam Haskell's restaurant in Fish Creek. She was united in marriage to David LeRoy Jacobe on June 15, 1946 in the rectory of St. Joseph Catholic Church. Vivian was employed with Milwaukee Shoe Factory in the late 1950s until the late 1960s. She finished her career at Emerson Motors after almost 10 years, retiring in 1989. Vivian and David shared over 37 years of marriage. He preceded her in death on August 23, 1983.

Vivian was also a lifelong member of St. Joseph Parish where she helped serve the funeral lunches. She enjoyed bowling at Worley's and later, Apple Valley. Vivian liked to exercise at the YMCA, especially with the Hearty Conditioning Class. She was always up for a good road trip, often times to Suzie's in Lincoln or Sweet Seasons in Dyckesville for a good chicken dinner. Vivian also enjoyed going to the Door County Senior Resource Center to share a meal.

Her love will live on in the hearts of her three daughters and one son, Rosemary (George) Maccaux, Nancy Demmin, both of Sturgeon Bay, Debra (Keith) Weitermann of Aurora, IL, John (Belinda) Jacobe of Brussels; daughter-in-law, Mary Jacobe of Green Bay; eleven grandchildren, John (Lisa Swanson), James (Heather), and Joseph Maccaux, Warren (Michelle) and Jennifer (Al Coyer) Demmin, Mackenzie and Savanna Weitermann, Preslie, Jaden, and Jonni Jacobe, and Todd Jacobe; nine great-grandchildren, David, Alex and Tara, Chloe, Collin, Cambria and Samantha, and Sawyer and Jordan; great-great-grandson, Evan; brother, James Haskell of Sturgeon Bay; and sister-in-law, Janet Haskell of Sturgeon Bay.

Vivian was preceded in death by her parents; husband; son and daughter, Dale and Barbara Jacobe; son-in-law, Russell Demmin; infant grandson, Wade Demmin; siblings, Bernice (Raymond) Whipple, Gladys (Harold) May, Eugene (Leandra) Haskell, Russell (Evelyn) Haskell, and Roger Haskell; and sister-in-law, Janice Haskell.

Her life will be honored with a Mass of Christian Burial celebrated at 11:00 a.m. on Tuesday, August 22, 2017 at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Sturgeon Bay with Fr. Anthony Birdsall as celebrant. Vivian will be laid to rest in St. Joseph Cemetery, beside her husband, David.

Family and friends may call at Huehns Funeral Home on Monday, August 21, 2017 from 3:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. with the Rosary to be prayed to at 2:40 p.m. and a parish wake service to conclude the evening at 7:00 p.m. Visitation will continue at St. Joseph Catholic Church, Tuesday morning, from 10:00 a.m. until the time of Mass.

Expressions of sympathy, memories, and photos of Vivian may be shared through her tribute page

Carl T. Carlson

By Casperson Funeral Home

Carl T. Carlson, age 70 of Ellison Bay, WI passed away in Milwaukee, WI on Wednesday August 16, 2017.  A Memorial Service is being planned and a complete notice will be available soon.

Arthur Glen Turnquist

By Casperson Funeral Home

Arthur Glen Turnquist, 47, of Baileys Harbor, WI. died peacefully while surrounded by those closest to him at 11:24 a.m. on Tuesday, August 15th after a year and a half battle with an extremely rare and aggressive form of brain cancer.  Arthur was born on October 8th, 1969, to Carol Ann (Drew) and James A Turnquist. He grew up on the family farm northeast of Greenwood, WI.  He graduated from Greenwood High School in 1988 where he was a part of the 1988 state champion basketball team.  He earned his bachelor's degree in Communications at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point in 1993.  Art loved the outdoors, organic farming, and touched the lives of all who met him with his charm, sense of humor, and kindness.

He is survived by his fiancé, soulmate, and best friend Amy Haleen and her daughters Riley and Raina Haleen of Baileys Harbor, his father James A Turnquist and stepmother Joan Strand Turnquist of Greenwood, WI, sisters Lisa Turnquist of Stratford, WI, and Chris Turnquist (Keith Foreman) of San Diego, CA, and stepbrother Steven Strand Turnquist of Santiago de Compostel, Spain, and many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.

He was preceded in death by his mother Carol Ann Turnquist, grandparents, aunts Carol and Gladie and special friend Tessa Erickson.

Celebrations of his life will be held Sunday, August 20, at Husby's Food and Spirits in Sister Bay, WI, at 4;00 p.m. as well as Our Savior Lutheran Church in Greeenwood, WI,  on Tuesday, August 22 with greetings at 1:30p.m. and memorial service at 2:00p.m.

In lieu of flowers, donations to DoorCancer, Inc, are appreciated.

Harry C. Maher

By Casperson Funeral Home

Harry Clark Maher passed away on Tuesday, August 8, 2017 at the Skilled Nursing Facility at the Door County Medical Center in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. He was 88 years old.


Harry was born in Evanston, Illinois on December 20, 1928 to Harry E. and Anastasia C. Maher. He grew up in Winnetka, Illinois and graduated from New Trier High School in 1947. He went to the University of Illinois in Champaign-Urbana where he graduated with a bachelor's degree in Business. Harry served for two years in the U.S. Army during the Korean War and was an ace rifle instructor at Fort Benning, Georgia.


On December 10, 1955, Harry married Kaye McLatchie, his greatest gift and best friend. Harry and Kaye made their home and raised their four children (Emily, John, Kate and Danny) in Northbrook,Illinois.


Harry worked as a National Buyer for Sears Roebuck for 18 years and subsequently started a family business called Kaymar Crafts in which he designed, produced and sold decorative wall plaques nationwide.


Harry and Kaye moved to Door County, Wisconsin in 1985. Harry worked as a real estate agent and appraiser but his favorite activities were the monthly potluck gatherings with great new friends that endured for 26 years and his tutoring work with Conversation Partners, teaching English to a Spanish-speaking student.


Harry was known by friends and family as a man of great wit who could tell a story that captured everyone's attention and produced cascades of laughter. His interests varied from physics and philosophy to The Real Housewives of Orange County. He was an artist with a natural talent for portrait drawing and cartoons, and someone who could invent, design and fix just about anything. He was a humble man of character and virtue who taught his children and grandchildren many lessons by the example he set.


He is survived by his wife of 61 years, Kaye, daughters Emily and Kate (Kevin) and son John (Lynn); sisters Ann Hosbein (Roger) and Carol Pennington; nieces and nephews. He was beloved "Papa" to six grandchildren, Ryan, Kathleen, Daniel, Anna, Caroline and Yelena.


Preceding him in death is his son, Danny.


Harry, with his wife Kaye, was a long-time member of the Ephraim Moravian Church, serving for a time as Trustee and Treasurer. Pastor Dawn Volpe is a friend and counselor in Christ to whom we cannot express enough gratitude. The family asks that any donations that are given in Harry's memory be sent to the Ephraim Moravian Church, PO Box 73, Ephraim, WI 54211.


Harry's family wants to send thanks and blessings to all who gave Harry such excellent care in recent months: Good Samaritan Society-Scandia Village, Cardinal Ridge Residential Care, Skilled Nursing Facility at Door County Medical Center, Unity Hospice and, especially, to Dr. Richard Hogan.


A memorial service will be held on Saturday, September 16, 2017 at 11:00 a.m. at the Ephraim Moravian Church, 9970 Moravia Street, Ephraim, Wisconsin.

Joshua J. DuBois

By Huehns Funeral Home

Joshua J. DuBois, 41, of Sturgeon Bay, passed away Friday, August 11, 2017 unexpectedly at home. He was the son of James and Sandra DuBois.


He attended Southern Door High School where he enjoyed being part of the wrestling team. He later went on to obtain his HSED. Josh then went on and received his welding certification from Moraine Park Technical College. He had worked at restaurants throughout Door County and was a highly skilled waiter and bartender. Josh had worked on various fishing charter services and presently was 1st Mate employed with RV Charters out of Algoma. He enjoyed fishing daily with his captain Neil Sealy.


On August 15, 2016, he married the love of his life, Stephanie Ann Gunnlaugsson, at her mother's home in Sturgeon Bay. They had been together these past six years. Together, they enjoyed camping, bonfires, their dog Pugsley, cats Goober, Simba, Smokey, and Jas (Josh And Steph). They loved date night together and bowling. Josh had just taken up golfing again with his step-son, Montana. He was a kind, gentle soul who loved the outdoors, being on the water or in the woods, and bowhunting. Josh was all in as a Packer fan and loved harassing Stephanie about being a Bears fan.


He will be deeply missed by his wife and the love of his life, Stephanie (Gunnlaugsson) DuBois; three step-children, Hunter, Montana, and Aspen Gunnlaugsson, all of Sturgeon Bay; two sons, Kolten DuBois and Kody Wipperfurth, both of Green Bay; parents, James and Sandra DuBois of Sturgeon Bay; brothers and sisters; Vern DuBois of Johnson Creek, John (Donna) DuBois, Donna DuBois, Nicole "Nikki" DuBois, Dallas DuBois, all of Sturgeon Bay, Maurice "Moe" DuBois, Phil (Elizabeth) DuBois, Robert DuBois, all of Appleton, Shane DuBois of Colorado, James (Jen) DuBois of Mineral Creek, Travis DuBois of Chicago, IL, Erin DuBois of Madison, and sister-in-law, Paula DuBois of Harshaw; many nieces and nephews; grandmother, Lillian DuBois of New Franken; in-laws; Amy (Rodrick) Steward, Nicole (Chris) Warwick, both of Sturgeon Bay; and dear friend, Courtney (Austin Vetter) Stenberg (and his grandchildren, Lilly and Liam).


Josh was preceded in death by his mother-in-law, Bonnie Warwick; brother, Joe DuBois; and sister-in-law, Amy DuBois.


Funeral services will be held at 5:00 p.m. on Sunday, August 20, 2017 at Huehns Funeral Home in Sturgeon Bay. Visitation for family and friends will be held at the funeral home on Sunday from 3:00 p.m. until the time of service.


In lieu of flowers, memorials would be greatly appreciated by his family.

Joyce L. Arzich

By Huehns Funeral Home

Joyce L. Arzich, 70, of Egg Harbor, passed away Thursday, August 10, 2017 at Bellin Hospital in Green Bay following a sudden illness.


She was born September 25, 1946 in Oak Park, IL, the daughter of the late Bud and Onda (Short) Wallen.


Joyce graduated from TF South High School in Lansing, IL before receiving her Masters in Nursing from the University of St. Francis. Her nursing career spanned 33 years in Intermediate and Intensive Care. She gave 19 years at Munster Community Hospital and 13 years at Door County Memorial Hospital.


On November 7, 1964, she was united in marriage to Anthony J. Arzich in Crown Point, IN. They have been coming to Door County for over 30 years and moved her permanently in 2000.



Joyce believed in lifelong learning and was an avid reader. Enjoying crossword puzzles, long walks with her dog Winston, and time with Grand Daughter Erin.  Joyce was especially fond of being near or on the water and viewing the sunset.  Working outside and tending to her flower gardens and Hummingbirds brought her great joy. She also enjoyed photography, crotchet, cooking and entertaining family.


Joyce will be deeply missed by her husband, Anthony of Egg Harbor; two sons, Mike (Moira) Arzich of Aurora, IL, Anthony (Tricia) Arzich (and their daughter, Erin) of Valparaiso, IN; one brother, Victor Wallen of Phoenix, AZ; four sisters, Connie (Clark) Simonds of Tucson, AZ, Sandee Kennedy of Austin, TX, Ruby (Ron Mangerchine) Wallen of New Orleans, LA, Brenda Wallen of Highland, IN.


A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 11:00 a.m. on Monday, September 4, 2017 at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Sturgeon Bay with Fr. Robert Stegman as celebrant. Inurnment will follow in St. Joseph Cemetery columbarium.


Friends may call at the church on Monday, September 4, 2017 from 10:00 a.m. until the time of Mass.


In lieu of flowers, memorials may be given in Joyce's memory for the Door County Humane Society, or the Door County Memorial Hospital Foundation, nursing scholarship fund.

Col. (Ret.) Thomas "Tim" Lawrie

By Huehns Funeral Home

Col. (Ret.) Thomas "Tim" Lawrie, 73, of Baileys Harbor, WI, passed away suddenly, Saturday morning, August 12, 2017 at his home after suffering an apparent heart attack.


He was born October 16, 1943 in Berlin, WI. He is the son of the late John and Vera (Moeller) Lawrie. Tim graduated from Sturgeon Bay High School in 1961 and received his BA in Economics from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in 1964. He also received his Master's Degree in Business Administration in 1971 from UW-Milwaukee. On September 17, 1966, he married Barbara Jean Brann at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Sturgeon Bay, WI.


Tim spent two tours in Vietnam as a combat officer. He served as an Army Infantry Airborne soldier for more than 26 years retiring with the rank of Colonel in 1991. In 1967, he flew into Vietnam in the 1st 327 Infantry 101st Airborne Division as a rifle platoon leader and later a company commander. He was shot in combat and reassigned to Wisconsin as an ROTC instructor at his alma mater, the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. In 1972, he volunteered to serve a second tour in Vietnam working as an adviser to a South Vietnamese paratrooper battalion. Among his many recognitions and awards, he was awarded the Silver Star for bravery above self, and the Purple Heart for wounded in action.


Tim later became a partner in an international power project development firm, the Wing Group. He was a military consultant for NBC, MSNBC and Canadian Broadcasting Company appearing on numerous network and local news shows. Most recently he owned and operated Simon Creek Winery in Door County.


Tim's greatest enjoyments in life were spending time with his family, traveling, and running Simon Creek Winery.


He will be deeply missed by his wife, Barbara Jean of Baileys Harbor; daughters, Heather (Jim) Smith and Meredyth (Lance) Nelson; four grandchildren, Anastasia Smith, Lance Thomas Nelson, Daria Smith, and Alexa Nelson; beloved nieces, nephews; and step-grandchildren.


Tim was preceded in death by his parents, John and Vera Lawrie; and brother, Bill John Lawrie.


A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, August 19, 2017 at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Sturgeon Bay. Military honors will follow at the church.


Burial will be in Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia.


Family and friends may call from 4:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. on Friday, August 18, 2017 at Huehns Funeral Home in Sturgeon Bay and at the church, Saturday morning, from 9:30 a.m. until 10:50 a.m.


Memorials may be given in Tim's memory to the Wounded Warriors In Action (WWIA),c/o Door County Veterans Office, 421 Nebraska St., Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235.

Jeanne M. Trumble

By McMahon Funeral Home

Jeanne M. Trumble, 75 of Luxemburg died peacefully in her home on Sunday afternoon, August 13, 20017.  She was born in Marinette on July 21, 1942 to the late Milo G. Jr. and Rose C. (Fugate) Howarth. On April 18, 1998 Jeanne married Daniel L Trumble in Kewaunee County. They made their home in Kewaunee County.


Friends may call at the McMAHON FUNERAL HOME, LUXEMBURG, 10:00 am to 12:45 pm on Friday, August 18, 2017.  Closing prayer service at 1:00 pm on Friday.


Burial in St. Odile Cemetery, Thiry Daems.


In lieu of flowers a memorial fund will be established in Jeanne's memory.

Babe Maleski

By McMahon Funeral Home

Georgiana "Babe" E. Maleski, 93 of Luxemburg, died early Friday morning, August 11, 2017.  She was born on July 04, 1924 in Green Bay to the late George and Anna (De Caster) Schauer.  On November 30, 1946, she married Robert C. Maleski at St. Joseph Church, Green Bay.  They were married for 60 years before Robert passed away on January 26, 2007.  They were never blessed with any children but had many nieces and a nephew to fill the void.  Together Bob and Babe lived in lower Michigan for a number of years before returning to the Luxemburg area.  They built and operated the King Socker Motel in Luxemburg for many years before selling the business and pursuing other occupations. She was a life member of the Order of the Eastern Star, Honor Chapter #One.


Babe was preceded in death by her husband; her parents, two sisters and one brother in law, Mercedes and Leonard Yanda Jr; Isabelle Schauer.


Babe very much appreciated the kindness and care given to her at the assisted living facility, Fred and Mamie's Home/Helping Hearts in Luxemburg.  She would like to let all of the residents she has met along the way that she is proud to call them all friends.  Many have come and gone, she enjoyed the company of all of them that she had come to know.


Friends may call at the McMAHON FUNERAL HOME, LUXEMBURG, 3:00 to 6:00 pm on Sunday, August 13, 2017. Closing prayer service 6:00 pm.  Burial in Nicolet Memorial Gardens, Bay Settlement.


A thank you is extended to Dorothy Thiry for her countless hours of help when we needed it, and heartfelt endless appreciation to Lavonne Vandervest for taking such great care of Babe all of these years!

Hazel R. Ellison

By Huehns Funeral Home

Hazel R. Ellison, 97, of Sturgeon Bay, passed away Friday, August 11, 2017 at Cardinal Ridge CBRF.

She was born September 4, 1919 to Edward and Frances (O'Dean) Ellison in the Town of Forestville and was baptized and confirmed at the Forest Lutheran Church in Carnot.

Hazel was employed for 34 years as bookkeeper for the Door County Cooperative until her retirement.

She is survived by her sister-in-law, Hazel I. Ellison of Sturgeon Bay; five nieces, Elaine LaLuzerne of Sturgeon Bay, Karen (Bill) Smith of New Franken, Nancy (John) Sawdo of Sturgeon Bay, Kathleen Ellison of De Pere, Elsie Long of Green Bay; three nephews, Gary Long of Sturgeon Bay, Robert (Maryellen) Ellison, and Lee (Mary) Ellison, both of Forestville; and their families.

Hazel was preceded in death by her parents; infant sister, Alma; four sisters and brothers-in-law, Esther (Raymond) Anderson, Mathilda (Mervin) Isaacson, Evelyn (Stanley) Viste, and Viola (Wilmer) Long; two brothers, Curtis Ellison and Lloyd Ellison; nephew, Donald Long; great-nephew, Dennis Sawdo; great-great-nephews, Matt LaLuzerne, and Adam LaLuzerne; and other family, Wendell LaLauzerne.

Her life will be honored with a funeral service held at 11:00 a.m. on Wednesday, August 16, 2017 at Bay View Lutheran Church in Sturgeon Bay. Hazel will be laid to rest in Forest Lutheran Cemetery in Carnot.

Family and friends may call at Bay View Lutheran Church, Wednesday morning, August 16, 2017from 10:00 a.m. until the time of service.

A special thanks goes out to staffs of Unity Hospice and Cardinal Ridge for the wonderful care shown to Hazel.

Memorials may be made in her memory for Bay View Lutheran Church.

Huehns Funeral Home & Cremation Services in Sturgeon Bay is assisting the family. Expressions of sympathy and memories may be shared with her family through Hazel's tribute page

Mary Ann Bruechert

By Huehns Funeral Home

Mary Ann Bruechert, 90, of Sturgeon Bay, passed away Wednesday afternoon, August 9, 2017 at Aurora BayCare Medical Center in Green Bay with family at her side.

She was born May 21, 1927 in McIntyre, Georgia, the daughter of the late Fred and Francis (Fleming) Brewer.

Mary Ann was united in marriage to Otto E. Bruechert in Macon, GA on May 14, 1948. They returned Otto's hometown of Two Rivers shortly thereafter. Otto passed away on July 23, 1995. She moved to Sturgeon Bay in May of 2000.

Mary Ann especially enjoyed time spent with her family and dear friends. She also enjoyed knitting, crocheting, and reading.

Mary Ann's love will live on in the hearts of three daughters and two sons, Patricia (Tom) Cigler of Sturgeon Bay, Mary Jo (Steve) Tittle of Minnesota, Nancy (David) Meyer of Manitowoc, Lee (Lori) Bruechert, and Richard (friend, Josie) Bruechert, both of Two Rivers; 10 grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren; cousin, Jo Marsene Davis of Warner Robins, GA, who was like a sister to her; and dear friend, Gladys M. of Manitowoc.

Private family services will be held at Huehns Funeral Home on Monday, August 14, 2017 with burial to follow at Forest View Cemetery in Two Rivers.

The family would like to express a special thanks to Aurora Hospice, the 4th Floor Nursing Staff at Aurora BayCare, and the Door County Medical Center Skilled Nursing Facility for the kindness shown and compassionate care given to our mother, Mary Ann, when she needed it most.

Huehns Funeral Home & Cremation Services in Sturgeon Bay is assisting the family. Expressions of sympathy, memories, and photos of Mary Ann may be shared with her family through her tribute page at

Georgiana "Babe" E. Maleski

By McMahon Funeral Home

Georgiana "Babe" E. Maleski, 93 of Luxemburg, died early Friday morning, August 11, 2017.  She was born on July 04, 1924 in Green Bay to the late George and Anna (De Caster) Schauer.  On November 30, 1946 she married Robert C. Maleski at St. Joseph Church, Green Bay.  They were married for 60 years before Robert passed away on January 26, 2007.  They were never blessed with any children but had many nieces and a nephew to fill the void.  Together Bob and Babe lived in lower Michigan for a number of years before returning to the Luxemburg area.  They built and operated the King Socker Motel in Luxemburg for many years before selling the business and pursuing other occupations. She was a life member of the Order of the Eastern Star, Honor Chapter #One.

Babe was preceded in death by her husband; her parents, two sisters and one brother in law, Mercedes and Leonard Yanda Jr; Isabelle Schauer.

Babe very much appreciated the kindness and care given to her at the assisted living facility, Fred and Mamie's Home/Helping Hearts in Luxemburg.  She would like to let all of the residents she has met along the way that she is proud to call them all friends.  Many have come and gone, she enjoyed the company of all of them that she had come to know.

Friends may call at the McMAHON FUNERAL HOME, LUXEMBURG, 3:00 to 6:00 pm on Sunday, August 13, 2017. Closing prayer service 6:00 pm.  Burial in Nicolet Memorial Gardens, Bay Settlement.

A thank you is extend to Dorothy Thiry for her countless hours of help when we needed it, and heartfelt endless appreciation to Lavonne Vandervest for taking such great care of Babe all of these years!

Carol M. Vertz

By Wiesner & Massart Funeral Home

Carol M. Vertz, 80, formerly of Algoma, passed away on Friday, August 11, 2017 at Atrium Post Acute Care in Kewaunee. She was born on March 19, 1937 to the late Raymond and Melva (Michaletz) Mura. On June 4, 1955 she married Lloyd Vertz at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Algoma. He preceded her in death on April 2, 2015.


Carol is survived by her children, Dan (Cindy) Vertz, Cindy (Patrick) LaLuzerne, Chris (Michael) Krueger, Debbie Pelnar, Diane (Jeff) Lischka, Mary (Jeff) Rentmeester, Joan (Rick) Alexander, and Kathy (Joel) Shemenkowski; 19 grandchildren; 18 great-grandchildren; sisters, Judy (Joe) Wiese and Marilyn (Ron) Pallex; sisters-in-law, Veronica Vertz and Liz Uecker; also survived by nieces and nephews. She is preceded in death by her husband Lloyd, son Gary, grandson, great-granddaughter, her parents, mother and father-in-law, and brothers and sisters-in-law.


Visitation will be held at Wiesner & Massart Funeral Home Algoma, 1617 Flora Ave. on Monday, August 14, 2017 from 4 pm to 8 pm. Prayer Service will take place at 7:35 pm. Visitation will continue at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Algoma from 9:30-11 am on Tuesday morning August 15, 2017. Funeral Liturgy will be at 11:00 am with Father Peter Stryker officiating. Burial will follow in the church cemetery. To leave an online condolence for the family, please visit

Betty J. Krueger

By Wiesner & Massart Funeral Home

Betty J. Krueger, 89, of Forestville passed away on August 10, 2017 at Anna's House in Sturgeon Bay. Betty was born on May 6, 1928 to the late John and Irene (Wautlet) Delongville. She married Leonard (Jack) Krueger on May 9, 1945 in Sturgeon Bay. He preceded her in death on October 7, 2006. She loved square dancing, baking, sewing, and taking bus tours to casinos.


She is survived by her children Robert (Vickie) Krueger, Florida, Diane Gerue, Florida, Vicki (Wayne) Peterson, Egg Harbor, Joanne (Patrick) Madden, Sturgeon Bay, and Roxanne (Martin) Eliason, Sturgeon Bay; thirteen grandchildren, thirteen great-grandchildren and 3 great-great-grandchildren; brothers and sister-in-law Edward (Carol) Krueger and Herbert Krueger. She was preceded in death by her husband Leonard (Jack), her parents, one grandchild, and her son-in-law Marvin Gerue.


Visitation will be held at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Algoma from 9:30 to 11:00 AM on Monday, August 14, 2017. Funeral service will take place at 11:00 am with Pastor Joel McKenney officiating. The burial will follow at the Forestville Town Cemetery. Wiesner & Massart Funeral Home – Algoma is assisting the family with arrangements. Online condolences may be shared at

Gale Rae (Williams) Alexander

By Schinderle Funeral Home

Gale Rae (Williams) Alexander, 63, Kewaunee, passed away peacefully, Thursday, August 10, 2017 in Kewaunee.  She was born Nov. 10, 1953 in Algoma  to Richard and Dorothy (Pollock) Williams.


Gale graduated from the Algoma High School    She got married to Robert Alexander and they  moved to Colorado.  Gale worked in the insurance business for a time and then started her own cleaning business.  She lived in Colorado for 11 years, before moving back to the Algoma area.  In Algoma she worked for a short time with insurance, then took a job as a librarian for the Algoma High School, which became her passion.  Later she had to retire due to health issues.  To this day she continued to stay friends with many of those students.  Gale will be remembered as a loving and giving person. She always did special things for her family and friends on their birthdays, anniversaries or other occasions.


Gale is survived by her son Jerimy Alexander, Silt CO; Jerimy's father Robert Alexander; fiance' Jack Sprecher, Kewaunee; siblings Roberta (Don) Wierichs, Algoma; Virginia Day, South Dakota; Richard (Linda) Williams, Algoma; and her twin sister Dale (George) Hendrix, California; many nieces and nephews.


She was preceded in death by her parents and one brother Guy Lee Williams.


Family and friends may call at the SCHINDERLE FUNERAL HOME,  Algoma,  from 5 PM, Tuesday, August 22, 2017 until the time of the Memorial service at 7 PM with Minister Gloria Butler officiating.

Kenneth J. Marcelle

By Huehns Funeral Home

Kenneth Joseph Marcelle, 82, formerly of Sturgeon Bay, passed away Sunday evening, August 6, 2017 at Good Samaritan Society-Scandia Village in Sister Bay. He had been living with Alzheimer's disease the past 10 years.

Ken was born November 14, 1934 in the Town of Lincoln in Kewaunee County, the only child of the late Joseph and Fyrn (Cain) Marcelle. He grew up on the west side of Sturgeon Bay (formerly known as Sawyer) before going off to attend and board at St. Norbert High School in De Pere. Upon graduating, he went to study at the Maritime Marine Academy, and soon after that, he began his 44-year career as a Merchant Marine on the Great Lakes. He retired as chief engineer in 1999.

Ken was united in marriage to Carol Ann Kalms on February 11, 1956 at Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church in Institute. They shared nearly 50 years of marriage together. Carol preceded Ken in death on February 8, 2005.

He was a member of St. Joseph Parish in Sturgeon Bay and the Knights of Columbus. Ken had a great sense of humor and was always quick with a joke. He loved football, especially the Packers, dogs, dining out, and riding his scooter. We think seldom has one Yamaha scooter had such high mileage. Most of all though, Ken was a generous man who was always ready to help someone in need.

He is survived by his three daughters and one son, Kelly (Tim Davitt) Marcelle of Evanston, IL and Ephraim, Kendall Marcelle of Fort Lauderdale, FL, Kevin (Alana Ali) Marcelle of Lake Worth, FL, and Kristi (Tomas Melian) Marcelle of Piedmont, CA [and their children, Alec, Andres, Katarina, Krystal, and Nicole].

Ken's life will be honored with a Mass of Christian Burial celebrated at 11:00 a.m. on Friday, September 8, 2017 at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Sturgeon Bay with Fr. Robert Stegmann as celebrant. A private family committal will follow at Saints Peter and Paul Cemetery in Institute.

Visitation for family and friends will be held at St. Joseph Catholic Church, Friday morning, September 8, 2017 from10:00 a.m. until the time of Mass.

The Marcelle family wishes to thank all those friends, community acquaintances, and healthcare providers who continued to treat their dad with dignity over the years even as Alzheimer's disease took away his.

Huehns Funeral Home & Cremation Services in Sturgeon Bay is assisting with arrangements. Expressions of sympathy, memories, and photos of Ken may be shared with his family through his tribute page

Arley Rose Knaup

By Huehns Funeral Home

Arley Rose Knaup was born Saturday, August 5, 2017 in Green Bay to loving parents, Heather and Ryan Knaup, of Algoma, and was called Home to Heaven shortly after.

"While her stay with us was brief, we welcomed her with love as we held her. Our hope in Christ is that one day we will be reunited with Arley again."

She is survived and will be forever remembered by her parents, Heather and Ryan Knaup; sister, Ruby Knaup; paternal grandparents, Tom and Malia Knaup; maternal grandparents, Sarah and James Charney; maternal grandfather, Scott (Shannon Larson) Kankelfitz; maternal great-grandmothers, Shirley Johnson and Judy Tschida Kankelfitz; great-grandmother, Loretta Smith; aunts, Sandra (John) Zamora and Rhiannon Osterkamp, along with many other aunts and uncles; cousins; her dear godmother, Joanne Whipple; and family friends.

Arley was preceded in death by her great-grandparents, Harriette and Clifford Knaup and John and Arline Hudson; maternal great-grandparents, William Kankelfitz, David Lantz, and Ralph and Mae Charney; grandmother, Frankie Kankelfitz; great-aunt, DeDe Stevens; and great-uncle, John Nelson.

Funeral services for Arley will be held at 7:00 p.m. on Monday, August 14, 2017 at Huehns Funeral Home in Sturgeon Bay. Arley will be laid to rest in Bayside Cemetery.

Visitation for family and friends will be held at Huehns Funeral Home on Monday, August 14, 2017 from 5:00 p.m. until the time of services.

Betty R. LaViolette

By Forbes Funeral Home

Betty Rose LaViolette, 85, of Little Sturgeon, passed away on Aug. 7, 2017 in Green Bay.  She was born March 24, 1932 in Virginia, Minnesota to Philip and Celia (Morisette) Cumiskey.  On Feb. 3, 1951 she married Howard LaViolette at Sts. Peter and Paul Church in Institute.  He preceded her in death on Jan. 23, 2011.


Betty served as treasurer for the Town of Gardner and worked in the county treasurer's office for many years.  She was also secretary of the Stevenson Cemetery for over 30 years.


Betty and her husband enjoyed many years travelling around the country and wintering in Texas. She also enjoyed knitting, sewing, reading, and little dogs.  She especially loved the time she spent with her grandchildren.


Survivors include 2 children, Mike (Kaye) LaViolette and Sandra LaViolette, all of Brussels; 6 grandchildren: Cori, Sarah, Ezekiel, Zeph, Psalm, and Sammuel; 2 step-grandchildren, Trin and Ford; 20 great-grandchildren; and 2 nephews, Charles and Harris LaViolette.


She was preceded in death by her parents, parents-in-law, Harris and Phenia LaViolette,  husband, 2 brothers, Thomas and James Cumiskey, 2 brothers-in-law, Wally and Harvey LaViolette, granddaughter Casey and 2 nieces Lauren O'Conner and Barbara Cumiskey.


Funeral services will be 3:00 p.m. Thursday Aug. 10, 2017 at the Forbes Funeral Home in Sturgeon Bay.  Burial will be in Stevenson Cemetery.  Friends may call at the Funeral Home on Thursday from 1:00 pm until the time of service.

Michael A. Seidl

By Buchanan Funeral Home

Michael A. Seidl, age 86, of Kewaunee died on Sunday, August 6, 2017 at Emerald Shores Estates in Kewaunee. He was born on April 3, 1931 at Luxemburg to the late Peter and Catherine (Seidl) Seidl.

He married Delores (Becky) VandenAvond on August 19, 1961 at Holy Martyrs of Gorcum Church. She preceded him in death on September 23, 2000.


Mike worked at Kewaunee Engineering most of his life until retiring in1993. He also farmed all of his life in the Town of Montpelier. He was a very avid Packer fan, enjoyed going to the casino, playing cards and spending time with his family.


He was a lifelong member of St. Lawrence Church, now St. Therese Parish.


Survivors include four daughters and sons-in-law: Debbie and Paul Wisnicky, Kewaunee; Lynn and Don Lensmire, Luxemburg; Karen and Paul Janda, Luxemburg; Theresa and Troy Karnopp, Luxemburg; one son and daughter-in-law: Tom and Jane Seidl, Kewaunee; ten grandchildren: April (Fiancé, Kyle Heinze) Wisnicky; Kyra Wisnicky; Ricky (Jessica) Karnopp; Jason (Kali) Karnopp; Nicole (Eric) Dietrich; Josh Lensmire; Chris and Nick Janda; Taylor and Kyle Karnopp; four great grandchildren: Gavin and Logan Karnopp; London and Briggs Karnopp and one great grandchild, baby Dietrich, due in October; sister-in-law and special friend: Marlene Seidl; sister-in-law: Lucy Seidl both of Kewaunee; four sisters-in-law: Betty (Vern) Scherer, Green Bay; JoAnn VandenAvond, Green Bay; Mary (Gene) Havlovetz, Maribel; Pat Baumgart, New Franken. He was preceded in death by a daughter: Sharon Karnopp; three brothers: Peter Seidl; John (Lillian) Seidl; Donald Seidl; three sisters: Frances (John) Swagel; Marie (Lawrence) Kinjerski; Dorothy (Robert) Jerovetz; two brothers-in-law: Francis VandenAvond and Phil Baumgart.


Friends may call after 4:00 p.m. Wednesday, August 9 at Buchanan Funeral Home, Kewaunee. A parish wake service will be held at 7:00 p.m. Visitation continues on Thursday at the funeral home until 10:30 a.m. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 11:00 a.m. at St. Lawrence Church, Stangelville by Fr. Dennis Drury. Burial will be in the parish cemetery.

Ruth Marie Maigatter

By Buchanan Funeral Home

Ruth (Lichterman) Maigatter, 90, of Kewaunee was called home on August 5, 2017, surrounded by her loving family. Ruth was born on January 26th 1927 in Kewaunee to the late Theodore and Mae (Ouradnik) Lichterman.

After graduating from Kewaunee High School, 1945, Ruth worked in Kewaunee at the Union State Bank for over 30 years. It was while working there that she met and later married Harold Maigatter on July 23rd, 1949 at Holy Rosary Church. Here she was a life-long member along with being a member of the Rosary Society. That blessed union resulted in four children who carry on Ruth's legacy : Linda (Michael) Tiry, Chippewa Falls, WI, Lois (Randy) Dickson, Middleton, WI, Lee (Beverly) Maigatter, Kewaunee, Lora (Tom) Kenfield, Kenosha, WI; nine grandchildren: Naomi (Xavier) Salgado, Sarah (Chad) Pelishek, Leah (Erik) Lietz, Anna Tiry, Charissa Tiry, Darcy (Spencer) Stagman, Deana (Joe) Protz, John Manuel Maigatter (Meghan), Kristen Kenfield; eight great grandchildren: Marcos, Megan, Riley, Sofia, Miranda, Ashlynn, Caleb and Will; two sisters-in-law: Janet Maigatter, Kewaunee and Iva Lichterman, Appleton. She was preceded in death by Harold, her parents, two brothers and a sister-in-law: Kenneth (Eleanor), Lynn Lichterman and nephew, Jerry Lichterman. As well as six brothers-in law and four sister-in-laws: Ray (Madonna), William, David, three sisters: Esther (Gilbert) Geier, Eleanor (Frank) Bruemmer-Swintoske and Edna (Joe) McCarville.


Friends may call on Friday, August 11 from 11:30 a.m. until the Mass of Christian Burial at 3:00 p.m. at Holy Rosary Church, Kewaunee. Burial will be in Holy Rosary Cemetery.


Family and friends will fondly remember Ruth's expertise in the kitchen! She, along with Harold, were masters at making soup, canning vegetables, baking cookies & kolaches. She often gave back to the community by sharing her tasty food. Ruth's talents also included knitting. She was a member of the Algoma Sweater Knitters, which sends knitted sweaters to those in need all around the world. Many family members and others will now be cherishing and remembering Ruth lovingly as they wear their hand-knitted mittens from her. Ruth's last project was making hot pads, from recycled materials. These hot pads have been given away locally as well as globally by family members in their domestic and international travels.


Ruth's smile and chuckle will serve as an internal flame in the hearts of those she leaves behind. The family wishes to express their sincere gratitude to all the health care facilities in Kewaunee, Unity Hospice and lastly Wyndemere Estates, who surrounded Ruth with a loving extended family. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Unity Hospice of Green Bay or the Rosary Society of Holy Rosary Church of Kewaunee.

John Anthony Naples

By Buchanan Funeral Home

John Naples, age 83 of Kewaunee died on Saturday, August 5, 2017. He was born April 19, 1934 in West Virginia to the late John and Yerma (Kocis) Naples.

He married Judy Carson December 6, 1972 in Peoria, IL.


He and Judy moved to Kewaunee in 1996 to retire.


Prior to retirement, John worked for the Super-Valu Distribution Center for many years. He enjoyed collecting and working model railroads.


Survivors include his wife: Judy; four sons and three daughters and numerous grandchildren.


Funeral arrangements are pending and will be announced here when completed.

Betty Marie Whipple

By Huehns Funeral Home

Betty Marie Whipple, 91, of Sturgeon Bay, fell asleep in the loving arms of her family and awoke in the arms of the Lord, Tuesdayafternoon, August 1, 2017 at the Door County Medical Center Skilled Nursing Facility.

She was born August 16, 1925, in Escanaba, MI, the daughter of Clarence John Schroeder and Celeste Marie (Belanger) Schroeder. Betty attended grade school in Ford River, MI and moved to Wisconsin at the age of 17 when her father came to Sturgeon Bay to work in the shipyards during WWII. She worked as an electrician's assistant at Leathem Smith Shipbuilding (later Christy Corporation) where her father was an electrical foreman. Betty waitressed at the Pilot House and other area restaurants and also cleaned at the Peterson Builders, Inc. (PBI) engineering building.

She was united in marriage to Roy Howard Whipple on December 20, 1952 in Green Bay. They were blessed with over 55 years of marriage together. Roy passed away March 31, 2008.

Betty was a member of St. Joseph Parish and the American Legion Post 72 Auxiliary, both in Sturgeon Bay, and the Island City Rebekah Lodge No. 21. She loved sewing and knitting and crocheting, hats, mittens, and other creations for family, friends, and other community members. Betty even taught crocheting at the Door County Senior Citizen Resource Center. She also enjoyed gardening. Above all, Betty took wonderful care of her family and home; family was central in her life.

Her love will live on in the hearts of her five children, Jeffrey Whipple, Phillip Whipple, both of Sturgeon Bay, Celeste (Bill) Withers of Iron River, Rebecca (Scott) Haines, and Rachelle (Richard) Olson, both of Sturgeon Bay; daughter-in-law, Rebecca (William) Hann of Fort Atkinson; ten grandchildren, Travis (Shannon) Zajac and Briana (Patrick) Cleary, Devin (Lincoln Stutting) Whipple, Joshua (Tina) Withers, Benjamin Levi (Jessie) Withers, and Billie Jo Withers, Alyssa (Kevin) Perry and Braeden Haines, and Matthias and Claire Olson; nine great-grandchildren, Lauren and Ty Zajac, Braylin and Elyse Cleary, Ezra Stutting, Leah Withers, Amelia and Ivan Withers, and Trent Perry; brother, Robert (Sherron) Schroeder of Kenosha; sister-in-law, Clara Whipple of Montello; other relatives; and friends.

Betty was welcomed Home by her parents; husband, Roy; son, Richard "Rick" Zajac; two sisters and brother, Jane (Albert) Carollo, Dorothy (Rex) Larmour, and John Schroeder; and many (Whipple) siblings-in-law (Roy's family).

Her life will be honored with a funeral service held at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, August 5, 2017 at Huehns Funeral Home in Sturgeon Bay with Chaplain John Viste officiating. Betty will be laid to rest in St. Joseph Mausoleum.

The Rosary will be prayed at the funeral home at 9:15 a.m.Saturday morning, with visitation continuing from 9:30 a.m. until the time of service.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be given in Betty's memory for the Boys & Girls Club of Door County or the Christ Child Society of Door County.

"Our family would like to extend a heartfelt thanks to the staffs of Cardinal Ridge CBRF and the DCMC Skilled Nursing Facility for the excellent care given to Betty over the years."

Expressions of sympathy, memories, and photos of Betty may be shared with her family through her tribute page

Donald J. Ledvina

By McMahon Funeral Home

Donald J. Ledvina, 81, Luxemburg, passed away peacefully surrounded by family on Thursday August 03, 2017 at Odd Fellow Nursing Home in Allouez.

He was born in Pilsen on April 13, 1936 to the late Joseph W. and Julia M. (Wessely) Ledvina.

He was a 1954 graduate of Luxemburg High School. Don held various jobs before starting is baking career with Red Owl Grocery Store in Green Bay.

In 1956 he enlisted with the U.S. Army Reserves, serving out his four year term.

On May 11, 1957 Don married Elizabeth "Betty" Estel at St. Mary Church, Luxemburg, just celebrating 60 years of marriage this year. On April 02, 1962 together they opened the doors of Don's Bakery in Luxemburg and operated it until their son Tim transitioned into the business as owner in 2004. Don was no longer able to continue working due to advancing Parkinson Disease.

He worked long, late, tireless hours to provide devoted customers with fresh baked goods every day. Don was the master of creating beautifully decorated wedding cakes. He specialized in making Belgian pies and kolaches and was voted Baker of the month with Wisconsin Bakers Association.

His enjoyments included camping in their motor home, spending time with friends playing cards and playing the organ at St. Mary Church in Luxemburg. He loved playing for the children's choir for morning Mass as well as playing for weddings and funerals.

Don was a member of the Holy Name Society of St. Mary Church and was honored to be a member of the Knights of Columbus 4th Degree, where he held many positions including top rank of Navigator. He belonged to the Luxemburg Area Chamber of Commerce, recognized as Man of the Year in 2002. Don volunteered his time at Bellin Hospital and St. Vincent Hospital for several years helping with bulk mailing and patient registration.

Survivors include his wife Betty and their three children, Tom (Chris) Ledvina, Berlin; Barb (Dan) Dhuey, New Franken; Tim (Jodi) Ledvina, Luxemburg; seven grandchildren, Cody (Abby) Ledvina; Casey Cross; Shanelle (Trey) Marcel; Nick Dhuey (special friend, Serreah Ullman); Josh Dhuey (special friend, Rebecca Ratajczak); Joel Ledvina; Ella Ledvina; six great-grandchildren, Gabriella, Harmony, Lilyana, Kynslie, Omri and Elijah; two brothers and two sisters in law, Bernard Ledvina, Manitowoc; Kenneth (Theresa) Ledvina, Pilsen; Sandy Ledvina, MA; one sister, Christine Gruetzmacher, Luxemburg; one brother in law and one sister in law, Robert Estel and Elaine Estel, both of Green Bay.

Don was preceded in death by one brother, Basil; eight brothers in law and eight sisters in law, Verlyn Gruetzmacher; Caroline Ledvina; Raymond (Betty) Estel; Eleanor (Jake) Wachal; Stacy (Frank) Krines; Peter (Alice) Estel; Millie (Eben) Vandeveld; Hildegard (Norman) Jonet; Ben Estel; Marcy Estel; nieces and nephews.

Friends may call at St. Mary Church, 1412 Main Street, Luxemburg, 4:00 to 7:00 pm on Tuesday, August 08, 2017.

Closing parish prayer service 7:00 pm.

Visitation will continue between 9:00 and 10:15 am on Wednesday, August 09, 2017 at St. Mary Church.

Funeral 11:00 am on Wednesday at the church with Rev. Milton Suess officiating.

Entombment in the Shrine of The Good Shepherd Mausoleum, Green Bay. McMAHON FUNERAL HOME, LUXEMBURG is assisting the Ledvina Family.

A very special and heartfelt thank you to all the amazing care givers and staff at Odd Fellow Nursing Home for their loving and compassionate care they gave to Don over the years. In lieu of flowers a memorial fund for St. Mary Church, Luxemburg will be established in Don's memory.

Jeffrey A. Miller

By Casperson Funeral Home

Jeffrey Miller, age 54 died on July 24, 2017 at a Nursing Home in. Green Bay, WI. He is survived in death by parents Dave and Jane (Cooper) Miller of Washington Island, WI; brother Chris Miller of McHenry, IL and sister Melinda (Lance) Campbell of Appleton, WI. He is also survived by his niece, Quinn and nephews Liam , Hayden and Bryce Campbell.

Preceding him in death are his maternal grandparents Robert and Nina Cooper of Dundee, IL and Washington Island and paternal grandparents Helen and Glenn Miller of Waterloo, IA.

Private Graveside Service will be held on Washington Island at a future date.

Phyllus Elaine (Wilson) Groves

By Huehns Funeral Home

Phyllus Elaine (Wilson) Groves, 88, passed away Tuesday, August 1, 2017, at Pine Crest Village in Sturgeon Bay, following a short battle with lung cancer. She was born September 3, 1928, in Elgin, Illinois, to Sidney H. and Nellie M. (Bell) Wilson. Phyllus married James H. Groves on October 5, 1946 at House of Hope Presbyterian Church in Elgin. Jim preceded her in death on March 29, 2016.

Phyl and Jim lived in Elgin, Illinois until 2006, when they moved to Watertown, Wisconsin, to live near their daughter. In September, 2015, they moved to their beloved Door County, where they had spent family vacations since the 1940's. They also enjoyed spending several winters in Naples and Lake Worth, Florida. Phyllus hated to cook, but was a great hostess; loved to golf and bowl; and played in the same card club for 60 years. She graduated from Elgin High School in 1946, then worked at the Elgin Watch Factory and, for one day only, at Bloom's Restaurant, where her first customers waited a long time for lunch—Phyl delivered their salads, then walked out the back door, never to return! She was a professional corsetiere, training in Chicago and working in the foundations departments of both Ackemann's and Spiess Department stores in Elgin.

Phyllus is survived by a daughter, Deborah K. (Michael) Olesen of Sturgeon Bay; a son, Steven J. Groves of Elgin; a granddaughter, Stephanie K. (Matthew) Olesen-Bute of San Jose, California; a sister-in-law, Iris Groves of Streamwood; a brother-in-law, Ralph Thieman of The Villages, Florida; and several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her husband, her parents, and her sister, Nan Jean Thieman.

A memorial service celebrating Phyllus' life will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, August 12, 2017, at Pine Crest Village in Sturgeon Bay with Rev. Richard Feyen, of Hope Church, officiating.

In lieu of any flowers, the Groves family would appreciate that memorials be made to either Unity Hospice or the Door County YMCA.

     The family would like to thank Unity Hospice for their excellent care; and the staff at Pinecrest Village for their special, compassionate care. (Thanks so much, Katie for the butterfly "tattoo." Mom loved it, and as she said, "You gave me my wings"). Thanks to the Y Rats for their e-mails and visits, and a huge thank you to Lynn for her endless support and who, Mom said, "put a wiggle in my jiggle!" Friends are a wonderful thing.

Darold Hembel

By Forbes Funeral Home

Darold Gene Hembel, born January 19, 1935 in Sturgeon Bay to Lester and Mamie Hembel, fell asleep in death on July 26, 2017.  Darold was the second of eight children.


Darold served his steamfitter apprenticeship through Milwaukee Local 601, then transferred to Green Bay Local 298/400, where he finished his career. Darold was a lifetime member of Gardner Rifle Club, and one of the original members to help clear the rifle range. He loved hunting, fishing, and enjoying beautiful mountains among wildlife.


Darold was baptized as one of Jehovah's Witnesses in 1994 and died a faithful servant of Jehovah God.  He was a loving husband, father, and grandparent.


Survivors include his wife ,Audrey (Haberli) Hembel of 62 years; daughter, Debbie Archiquette and her children Dale Hembel, James Archiquette, and Alisa Archiquette; daughter, Vicki (Gary) Carter and their children Nathan, Amanda, and Sheena Carter; son, Ricky (Jeanie) Hembel and their children Kasey Hock and Joshua Hembel; son, Scott (Angela) Hembel; son, Larry (Kay) Hembel and his daughter Katie Hembel; as well as six great-grandchildren and "one on the way"; siblings, Elean Weckler, Carol Blise, Joanne Kimber, Sandy Raynier, and Lester "Chuck" Hembel Jr.


He was preceded in death by siblings Donna Rodney and Darlene Rohr.


Please stop to visit with the family from 2:00-4:00 pm Sunday, August 13, 2017 at Forbes Funeral Home in Sturgeon Bay. A memorial service will follow at 4:00 pm.


Edward "Ed" Ebel

By Forbes Funeral Home

Edward "Ed" Ebel, 58, of Elms Road, Sturgeon Bay, lost his year-long battle with esophageal cancer on July 30, 2017.  He was the youngest in the family born on August 11, 1958, to Melvin and Geraldine Ebel, in Rice Lake, WI.  Ed moved with the family to Sturgeon Bay, WI in 1965, when Ed was seven.  On August 18, 1984, he married Patt A. Magle.  Ed was self-employed in the tanning business for many years.


Ed's man cave was a "state of the art kitchen" where he enjoyed entertaining family and friends with his home-cooking, canning, and sausage making.  He was also a skilled carpenter and enjoyed gardening, boating with the kids, country music, and following the Packers.


Survivors include his wife; two children, Paula (Damian) Evans, Cedarburg, WI; Jason Cihlar, Sturgeon Bay; three grandchildren, Antonio, Maya, and Elena; siblings, Yvonne (Tom) Sheley, Two Rivers; Greg (Sue) Ebel, Joann (Dan) Cihlar, Judy (Dean) Schumacher, Sandy (William) Wiesner, all of Sturgeon Bay; mother-in-law, Fern Magle; brothers-in-law, Glenn (Sandi) Magle, Ray Magle; sister-in-law, Karen Classon and her significant other, Kirk Ciorba.  He was preceded in death by his parents, and father-in-law, Glenn Magle.


Family and friends are invited to attend a celebration of Ed's life from 1:00 – 4:00 p.m. on August 13, 2017, at the Sherwood Point Grill (formally the Fishing Hole).

Georgine Kretzmann

By Casperson Funeral Home

Georgine (Gee) Kretzmann of Ellison Bay, WI died peacefully June 22, at Hearthside Home in Sister Bay, with her husband Conrad (Connie) and son Mark at her bedside. She was born February 22, 1928 to Orlando and Charlotte E. Carner (Arndt), Cleveland, OH. Her first college experience was at Oberlin College, Oberlin OH before transferring to Valparaiso University, Valparaiso, IN where she earned a degree in English and met Connie.


Connie and Gee were married August 27, 1950 in Cleveland, OH. They lived in Chicago where their children Katherine, Peter, and Mark were born. In 1956 they moved to Libertyville, IL before retiring to Ellison Bay, WI in 1989. In 1995 they built a home on 10 acres of hay field thus the name Hayfield House. A perfect place for Gee's love of flower gardening.


Gee taught first grade for many years in Mundelein IL. Although small in stature, Gee was large in heart. Her years were filled with generosity, love and compassion. She and Connie displayed their generosity by sharing their Libertyville home with foreign exchange students and high school students in need of a home. In Door County at the Hayfield House they invited Shepherd of the Bay Church visitors and travel club members from throughout the world to stay with them. For decades Gee and her family prayed for and helped support an Indian Christian family. On Wednesday nights she served a plain rice supper, to instill in her children solidarity with those less fortunate and to send the savings generated from this low cost simple meal, to the India family.


Gee is survived by her husband Connie, her three children, Katherine Peters of Lindenhurst, IL, Peter (Nathalie) Kretzmann of Grangerville, ID, Mark ( Tammy) Kretzmann of Poy Sippi, WI and brother-in-law- Dick Lewis of Matteson, IL; seven grandchildren Sean Peters, Amanda Peters (Jason Demming), Abby (Kate) Ritter, Crispin (Jessica) Kretzmann, Eliah Kretzmann, Nicholas (Keisy) Kretzmann, Theodore Kretzmann, and four great-grandchildren. Gee was preceded in death by her sister Lois.


The family gives heartfelt thanks to Martha Coventry and her aides at Hearthside care center in Sister Bay for their compassionate, thoughtful and loving care.


On her 67th marriage anniversary weekend on Saturday, August 26, 2017 at 11:00 A.M. a joyful service will be held at Shepherd of the Bay Lutheran Church in Ellison Bay, WI in her memory and honor.

Carl J. Paplham

By Buchanan Funeral Home

Carl J. Paplham, 61, of Kewaunee passed away Sunday July 30th after a short but very brave and courageous battle with cancer with his wife by his side.

Carl was employed at Kewaunee Fabrications for 42 years. His love of the job and people produced endless stories and friends. He had a memory like no other that allowed him to effectively and quickly do his job so he could say hello to his co workers and visit his second love, the coffee machine. He could tell you any number you needed to know whether it be from 25 years ago or yesterday. His great mind could fix anything. All it took was a minute and a look over. He lived by the motto "if there's a will, there's a way" and he would find that way. Carl's love for farming was life long. From growing up on his home farm, the work ethic on the farm styed with him until the end. Carl didn't stay on the home farm, he became a very talented welder and fabricator. The farmer in Carl called him out to help two local farms. For many, many years Carl helped Dave and Nancy Smidle from day to day chores to fabrication and repair. When Dave and Nancy retired from farming carl couldn't stay away very long. Carl came back to help his nephew, Greg and Tammy Paplham on his home farm where he grew up on.Carl did day to day chores and field work, but he especially enjoyed working with his cousin, Jim Cherveny in the shop fabricating, fixing and rebuilding equipment. Meanwhile, Carl still worked a full time job at Kewaunee Fabrications. The hard working farmer stayed with Carl his whole life.


Carl will be deeply missed by his wife Jennifer, and his 5 children: Jordyn, Brandi (Jevin), Jaycey, Reyann, and his little girl Dekotah. He is also survived by his mother, Gladys Johanek. He is further survived by a brother and sister in law: Ronald and Kaye and their children Greg (Tammy), Jeff, and his special God daughter: Courtney (Ted) Mueller. Sister: June (Nolan) Karnopp and their children Kraig and Troy (Theresa), Sister: Cindy Konop (significant other Joe Dax) and her children Nicole and Krissy, Sister: Angie (Brian) Schulz and their children Brianna (Fiancé Nic) and Ashley (Brandon) Wagner. A special brother in law Richard (Donna) Flaherty and children Sonya (Scott) Wiegand, Julie (Rob ) Serbent, Wanda Flaherty, and Lori (Peter) Jelly, brother-in-law: Eric (significant other Deanna) Parkman and children Eric (Brittany), Conner, Ben, and Emma. Sister in law Jessica (Jeremy) Burrow and children Chance and Ryker. Father in law Burton (Barbara) Parkman and mother in law Donna (Ken) Schroeder. Very special cousin and friend Russ (Linda) Shillin. Numerous other nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends. He was preceded in death by his Father: Gilbert, Step-Father: Dan Johanek, Great Nephew: Cody Paplham.


Carl was a man who knew many and disliked none. He said hello to everyone and if they responded there was surely a conversation to follow. He always had a story, always. His gift to talk was like no other. We could stop to drop something by a friend and it would turn into a 5 hour story telling session by campfire. His stories will live on in us forever and surely keep us chuckling.


Friends may call after 1:30 p.m. Friday, Aug. 4 at Buchanan Funeral Home, Kewaunee. A parish wake service will be held at 7:00 p.m. Visitation continues on Saturday after 9:30 a.m. at Holy Rosary Church until the time of services. Funeral services will be held at 11:00 with burial of the urn following at Forest Hill Cemetery in the Town of Carlton. A funeral Lunch will be served at Lakehaven Hall following the services.


I would like to extend a very special thank you to Dr. Tahsildar, Dr. James, Lynn Kaanen and the entire Bellin Cancer team, his favorite nurse Mercedes who he jokingly renamed Wednesday and the Bellin Hospital 4th floor medical unit, Unity Hospice and Unity residence, especially nurses Jenn, Gwen, Heather, and Sandy, your care and compassion is remarkable, Kewaunee Fabrications and all their employees, Deacon Chuck and Eileen, the Walecka family for help with the house and chores, Dawn and Jason Valenta, Joanna and Gary Caflisch, and our entire support system of family and friends. Whether it was a text message, phone call, bringing me food and clothes, or a visit, the care, compassion, and concern we were shown in the last 7 weeks was exceptional and will never be forgotten.


Carl, not a day will go by that your family and friends won't think of you. You were truly an exceptional husband, father, son, brother, uncle, friend and coworker. You will be missed beyond words. You will live on in every aspect of our lives forever. I hope you didn't get in trouble too much with dad for your childhood shenanigans and have found peace with him. I'm sure the farming stories are endless up there. Rest easy my chief, rest easy. Your little Fred, Red and Ed and I will keep things going here until we meet again.

Patrick Bair

By Wiesner & Massart Funeral Home

Patrick J. Bair, 52, of Algoma passed away unexpectedly on Friday, July 28, 2017.  He was born on April 13, 1965 to Francis and Jean (Kostichka) Bair. He married Angie Hudson on January 9, 1998 at St. Mary's in Algoma. Pat liked to read, watch the History Channel, cooking, spending time with his family and of course, was a Packer fan.


Pat is survived by his children Clorice Bair, Addison Bair; his parents, Francis and Jean Bair; his siblings, Mike Bair, Julie Nell, Lisa Wade, Lynn Vlies; and by the mother of his children Angie Hudson, as well as by nieces and nephews. He is preceded in death by his grandparents.


A visitation with the family will be held Wiesner & Massart Funeral Home Algoma, 1617 Flora Ave. on Tuesday, August 1, 2017 from 4 pm to 8 pm. Prayer Service will take place at 7:00 pm with Father Peter Stryker.

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