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Obituaries Archives for 2020-06

Marvin J. Rollin

Marvin J. Rollin, 85, of Luxemburg died peacefully after a short battle with cancer at his home surrounded by family on Monday, June 29, 2020. 


He was born on September 15, 1934 to the late John & Pauline (Duchateau) Rollin in Humboldt, WI.


He graduated from Catholic Central High School, Green Bay in 1952.


Over the years Marvin was employed at: Liebmans, Konops, Saturn, Kewaunee Engineering, but his passion was farming, which he did for 25 years.  He was a proud and dedicated member of the Luxemburg Council #5844 Knights of Columbus, serving in the 4th Degree Honor Guard and also as a Grand Knight. 


Marvin was united in marriage on October 13, 1956 to his sweetheart, Viola M. Crevier at Ss. Peter & Paul Catholic Church, Green Bay.  Through the years, they enjoyed polka & square dancing together.


In addition to Viola, Marvin is survived by 8 of their 9 children:  Cheryl (Dean) Daul Algoma; Duane (Patti) De Pere; Robert (Kathy) Ripon; Dale (Patti) Luxemburg; Allen (Brenda) Sobieski; Tim (Gail) Sturgeon Bay; Mike (special friend, Lynn Wundrow) Green Bay; Anne (Ken) Edgar Green Bay; one daughter-in-law Jackie, Fl. He is further survived by 24 grandchildren, 27 great- grandchildren; one sister, Dolores (Leonard) Zellner, New Franken; two sisters-in-law, Vernie Rosenthal and Betty (Tom) Ratajczak, all of Green Bay.


Marvin was preceded in death by his parents, one son Kurt; one grandson John; four sisters, and many brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law.


A public Wake will be held on Wednesday, July 1, 2020 at St. Mary Catholic Church, Luxemburg from 3:00-7:00pm. Closing parish prayer service 7:00 pm, Wednesday.  Mass of Christian burial will be for immediate family only (due to Covid-19) with Rev. Daniel Schuster officiating and Rev. Milton Suess concelebrating and will be livestreamed at 10:00 am on “St. Mary School of Luxemburg” facebook page.


Entombment in the Shrine of the Good Shepherd Mausoleum, Green Bay.


 McMahon Funeral Home of Luxemburg is assisting the family.


Social distancing will be practiced and masks are suggested for safety both days. Please enter the church via the Southeast (Handicap) entrance.


A special thank you to Unity Hospice for all the love, care & support given to Marvin & family.

Dr. Phiroze "Phil" Hansotia

Dr. Phiroze "Phil" Lovji Hansotia, 82, of Ellison Bay, died peacefully late Tuesday night, June 23, 2020 at Door County Medical Center in Sturgeon Bay with family at his side.


     He was born November 8, 1937 in Deolali, India, the son of Lovji C. Hansotia and Banu Sohrab (Bhathena) Hansotia. Phil attended St. Mary's High School, a British prep school, in Bombay. Among his various courses of study was British literature, which facilitated his love for language. Upon Phil's graduation from St. Mary's, he went on study at St. Xavier's College in Bombay. Inspired by his paternal grandfather, Phil had aspirations of becoming a doctor. He studied at Nagpur India Medical School. There, he began keeping a diary, and his love for writing flourished.


     Phil broke with tradition, and rather than going to Great Britain for further training, he had his sights set on the United States, where he knew the best (medical) technology existed. He initially interned at a hospital in Erie, PA then completed a residency at the University of Cincinnati in Ohio. Phil received a fellowship at the University of Wisconsin-Madison for neurology and specialized in electrophysiology.


     While in Madison, he met Marilyn Carol Fahning who was working as a public health nurse. They were married on January 21, 1967 in Milwaukee. They moved to London where Phil worked at the National Hospital for Neurological Diseases at Queens Square and also taught and conducted research.


     He accepted a position at Marshfield Clinic in Wisconsin, where he had an opportunity to build the neurology program there. Marshfield's (neurology) program became world-renowned during his years of practice from 1970-1997. He also developed a Sleep Medicine department and trained EEG technicians. In addition to practicing medicine, conducting and publishing research and giving presentations, Phil provided medical care in under-developed countries outside of the United States. He served as an adjunct Clinical Professor of Neurology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison from 1989-1998.


     Phil and Marilyn retired to Door County in 2004 and made their home in Ellison Bay. While in Door County, he was a member of the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship in Ephraim, The Wallace Group (a Door County poetry group), the Door County Land Trust, the Ellison Bay Service Club, Ellison Bay Historical Society, and the Clearing. Professionally, Phil was a member of the Society of Clinical Neurologists.


     With his love for writing and poetry, he published his first book of poetry, "Somewhere There", followed by "Looking for America" in 2012. He loved spending time with family and friends, biking, reading, playing tennis, painting, traveling to familiar places and to new lands and so much more.


     Phil will be missed by his wife, Marilyn, with whom he was blessed with over 53 years of marriage; son and daughter, Eric Phiroze (Nicole) Hansotia of Alpharetta, GA and Shirene (John Herms) Hansotia of Mt. Pleasant, SC; grandchildren, Everett Hansotia and Alexa Chase; brother and sister, Noshir (Hootoxy) Hansotia of Phoenix, AZ and Nina (Myron "Mike") Myers of Los Altos Hills, CA; and other relatives.


     He was preceded in death by his parents.


     Arrangements are pending for Phil's life to honored at a later date. Interment will be in the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Memorial Gardens in Ephraim.


     Memorials may be given in Phil's memory for Habitat For Humanity; Doctors Without Borders; American Red Cross; Write On Door County; and The Clearing (in Door County).


     Casperson Funeral Home & Cremation Services in Sister Bay is assisting the Hansotia family. Expressions of sympathy, memories, and photos of Phil may be shared with his family through his tribute page at

Carol M. Kostichka-Bretl

Carol Margaret Kostichka-Bretl, 82, of Crivitz and formerly of Door County, passed away on June 28, 2020 at Aurora BayCare Medical Center in Green Bay.  She was born July 22, 1937 in Sturgeon Bay to Phillip and Alvina (Splingaire) Pfister.  After graduating from Sturgeon Bay High School she married Vernon Kostichka on Oct. 26, 1957 at Corpus Christi Church.  They moved to Rockford, IL in 1962 and then to Crivitz in 1978.  Vernon passed away on March 25, 2002.
On Jan. 7, 2012, Carol married Douglas G. Bretl in Crooked Lake, WI.  Carol worked for several years at Bushman Farms in Crivitz.  She served as treasurer of Catholic Financial Life for 25 years and was also a member of the altar society at St. Mary of the Lakes in Crooked Lake.  Carol was known as the “Christmas Wreath Lady” in Crivitz for many years.
She is survived by her husband, one son Randy (Elizabeth) Kostichka of Green Bay; 2 granddaughters, Jeovanna Kostichka (Matthew Bacon) and Jacklyn Kostichka (Aaron Davis);  step-son Steven (Kathy) Bretl of Roselle, IL; step-daughter Sharon (Kurt) Marrin of Homer Glen, IL; 3 step-grandchildren: Ashley (Tim Rysavy), Adam, and Isaac; sister-in-law Nancy Pfister of Institute.
She was preceded in death by her parents, first husband, and 2 brothers, Douglas and Melvin Pfister.
Public funeral services will be conducted at Corpus Christi Church in Sturgeon Bay on Thursday, July 2, 2020 at 11:00 am.  Burial will be in the Forestville Town Cemetery.  Friends and relatives may call at the church on Thursday from 10:00 am until the time of mass.  A memorial fund has been established.  Checks can be made out to the “Carol Kostichka Memorial Fund” and mailed to Douglas Bretl (W 12114 County Rd. W, Crivitz WI 54114-9139).  Forbes Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.


Robert J Glander

Robert J Glander, 73, Algoma, passed away Thursday June 25, 2020 at home after a short battle with cancer.  He was born November 25, 1946 in Algoma to Bert and Edna (Nolde) Glander.


Robert graduated from the Algoma High School and worked on the farm for 25 years.


He married Jane Cmeyla September 23, 1967 in Algoma.


After Robert retired from the farm he worked a few other places including Rio Creek Feed Mill and Spartan Construction.


Robert served in the Army reserves from six years.


Robert and Jane enjoyed traveling together going to Canada, San Diego, Denver, Arizona and Tijuana.   Robert especially enjoyed his time with his family and friends.


Robert is survived by his wife Jane, three sons, Daniel (Jackie), Jason (Tanya) and Ryan and significant other Carol), three grandchildren Maegan, Katie and Jeremy; brother-in-law John (Diane) Cmeyla and sister-in-law Judy Cmeyla.  He was preceded in death by his parents and his in-laws Milton (Vi) Cmeyla.


Family and friends may gather at St. John's Lutheran Church, Luxemburg, Saturday, June 27, 2020 from 1:00 PM until time of services at 3:00 PM with Pastor Carl Brewer officiating.


Express your sympathy on Robert tribute page at

Gail Ann Gonzales

Gail Ann Gonzales, 63, of Sturgeon Bay, passed away at St. Vincent’s Hospital in Green Bay on May 2, 2020.  She was born April 2, 1957 in Sturgeon Bay to Alvin and Della (Marchant) Jeanquart.  On August 31, 1991 Gail married the love of her life, Augie Gonzales in Brussels.
Gail and Augie currently lived in Sturgeon Bay.  Gail’s love for children inspired her to work as an administrative assistant at Southern Door School District for many years up until her retirement.
Gail and Augie adored their furry four-legged “children”, Bear, Taz, and Rocky.  She also enjoyed riding their Goldwing, swimming, gardening, campfires, bird watching, playing cards and games, an occasional fun prank, cooking (her rice pudding was phenomenal) and spending time with her nieces and nephews.  Her greatest passion was studying the Bible.  Gail attended Stewards of Grace Ministries in Brussels where she loved to fellowship and worship.
She is survived by the love of her life and best friend Augie Gonzales; Gail’s siblings: Jim (Gloria) Jeanquart, Mary Wanner, Jerry (Delores) Jeanquart, Joe (Barb) Jeanquart, Alvin Jr. (Sandy) Jeanquart, Steve Jeanquart, and Tim (Pam) Jeanquart; Augie’s mom, Aurelia Gonzales; Augie’s siblings: Maria Gonzales, Jim Gonzales, Louie (Denise) Gonzales, Pasquel Gonzales, Denise (Tim) Shultz, Sylvia (Shaun) Billotte; numerous nieces and nephews (also known as mocosos in the Gonzales’ household) and great-nieces and nephews.  Gail was preceded in death by her parents, sister-in-law, Mary Gonzales and her dog, Taz.
A memorial service to celebrate her life will be conducted at 3:30 pm Saturday, June 27 at Stewards of Grace Church.  Forbes Funeral Home is assisting the family.


Janet Eicher

A public visitation for Janet Eicher who passed away on March 19, 2020 will be held at the Forbes Funeral Home on Saturday, June 27, 2020.  The public may greet the family from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm.  According to current public health guidelines, a limited number of people will be allowed in the building at one time and social distancing measures will be implemented.  Face masks are also suggested as recommended by local public health officials. 


Fredric "Rick" Rosati

Fredric “Rick” Rosati, CEO of the national pizza restaurant group Rosati’s Pizza, passed away unexpectedly June 15 at the age of 70 at his home in Cave Creek, Ariz. He died of natural causes.

Rosati was the driving force to franchise the Rosati’s Pizza concept in 1979. He opened his first restaurant at the age of 20 in Arlington Heights, Ill., and went on to establish locations across the U.S., including the company’s first Arizona restaurant in 1986.

Rosati’s death closely follows that of his father, Rosati’s Pizza co-founder Ferdinand “Fred” Rosati, who died at the age of 102 in March.

Rick Rosati was known for his business acumen, work ethic and dedication to helping employees rise through the ranks through mentorship opportunities.

“Rick believed in American entrepreneurship and the power of small business,” brother and Rosati’s Pizza CFO Jeff Rosati said. “Rick mentored countless dishwashers and cooks and helped people move from entry-level positions to roles as managers and even store owners. A lot of his business partners were former dishwashers.”

“This isn’t just a professional loss for our franchisees; it’s personal,” sister Regina Rosati said. “A lot of our store owners have known Rick since they were teenagers. He was a father figure and friend who took a personal interest in his colleagues.”

Rick Rosati was born in Chicago on Dec. 31, 1949, and raised in Riverside, Ill., alongside his six siblings. He started working at his family’s flagship restaurant at the age of 14 and later co-founded a Chicago-based pizza supply company with his father and other relatives.

When Rosati wasn’t behind an oven or in the office, he could be found fishing, hunting, boating and spending time with his family in Door County, Wisc. He was a doting uncle to 21 nieces and nephews and a longtime Chicago Cubs fan.

The first Rosati’s Pizza restaurant opened in 1964 in Mount Prospect, Ill. Today, there are approximately 200 locations throughout the U.S.

At the time of his death, Rosati was overseeing a store opening in Arizona. He worked closely with his brothers, including CFO Jeff Rosati, who will continue to manage the company.

Rick Rosati attended St. Mary’s School and Sacred Heart Seminary before studying business at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC).

He is survived by his mother Theresa Rosati (Cortina); six siblings: Regina Rosati, Stephanie Haack, Michael Rosati (Kay), Annamarie Bensfield (Joseph), William Rosati (Joanne) and Jeffrey Rosati (Karen); and 21 nieces and nephews.

Visitation will be held 2:30-6:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 24, at Ahlgrim & Sons Funeral Home, 330 W. Golf Rd. in Schaumburg, Ill., with a prayer service at 5 p.m.

Private goodbyes are scheduled for 11 a.m. Friday, June 26, at Stella Maris Catholic Parish, 2410 S. Bay Shore Dr. in Sister Bay, Wisc., with an 11:30 a.m. mass to follow.

Marcella Nimmer

Marcella Ann (Hruska) Nimmer, of Luxemburg, died peacefully on Wednesday evening, June 17, 2020 at the age of 103 with family at her side.  She is the daughter of the late Sylvester J. and Antonia (Walecka) Hruska.  Born on January 2, 1917 on a small farm in Stangelville she learned the meaning of hard work, dedication to family, a love to learn and to share her knowledge with others.  Graduating in 1935 from Kewaunee High School she went on to Algoma Teacher’s Normal School.  She continued her education with summer classes at UW Stevens Point.


  In 1937 Marcella began her career in teaching at High Bluff Elementary School, south of Ellisville where she taught for seven years.  Teaching 26 to 30 children, all eight grades in one room with no electricity, or indoor plumbing.  She came in early on frigid winter days to stoke up the wood stove.  Already at age 20 her joy in the classroom overshadowed all else.


In the summer of 1943 during WWII, Marcella traveled to Milwaukee in her Model A Ford Coup to do her part in the war effort.  She landed a job at Allis-Chalmers factory working the midnight shift making airplane parts. That fall she returned to Luxemburg and taught at Luxemburg Village School the next two years.


In 1945 hearing of the vast shortage of teachers in California, she took the train west, along with her cousin and was immediately hired at Orange Glen School in Escondido, CA. teaching grades 6, 7 and 8. The war ended and Marcella moved back home.


On June 19, 1946 at St. Lawrence Church in Stangelville she married Glenn A. Nimmer of Kewaunee.  Together they moved back to California where Glenn took work as a home builder for returning soldiers and their families.  Later that year they returned to Wisconsin to attend a wedding and this time decided to remain and raise their own family, settling in Two Rivers.  Glenn had accepted a job as general manager at the Luxemburg Manufacturing Co. in 1949.  Wanting to be closer to his employment, the family moved to Luxemburg in 1953. Glenn preceded Marcella in death on July 2, 1993.


Throughout the years, Marcella not only raised their ten children, but continued her passion for teaching.  She taught at St. Mary Catholic School in Luxemburg for four years.  After a two-year break from her career, she secured a job with Luxemburg Public Schools in the Chapter 1 program assisting students who needed extra help. She remained for 21 years before retiring in 1994 at age 77.  Then she volunteered driving for elderly services, driving until she was 88.  However, Marcella never really retired as she spent countless hours at her kitchen table helping grandchildren and great grandchildren with their studies.  Marcella’s greatest joys were her family, cooking and of course, teaching.


She is survived by her children: Gary (Roxanne), Andy, Ted (Sandy), Lucy Hilgendorf, John (Sheila), Joe, Lori (Al) Krass, Greg (Amanda); three daughters in law, Jan Arts, Carol (Phil) Wech and Diana Nimmer; 25 grandchildren; 30 great grandchildren; one sister in law, Lavonne Nimmer.


Marcella was preceded in death by her husband Glenn, one son Bob, step-son Bill, one sister Sylvia (Tony Albrecht), one brother Joe (Josie) Hruska, two sisters in law and two brothers in law, Nota Nimmer (died at age 4); Sherman (Fern) Nimmer and Dale Nimmer.


On Tuesday, June 23rd, a private visitation will take place from 9 to 9:45 am at St. Mary Church, Luxemburg. 


A private mass of Christian burial will immediately follow at 10:00 am with Rev. Daniel Schuster officiating and Rev. Milton Suess concelebrating. 


The funeral mass will be live streamed on St. Mary Church Facebook page. 


Burial will be held at 2:00 pm at the Union Cemetery in Breed, WI beside her husband, near the family cabin.


A celebration of her life will be held at a later date.


McMAHON FUNERAL HOME, LUXEMBURG is assisting the family.  Online condolence messages may be shared on our website


In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in Marcella’s name to St. Mary Catholic School tuition assistance fund in Luxemburg.


A special thank you is extended to the staff and nurses at Alpha Senior Concepts CBRF, Santa Maria Nursing Home and Fred and Mamies Assisted Living for making Marcella’s days enjoyable and comfortable.

Laverne B. Krause

Laverne B. Krause, 92, of Sturgeon Bay, passed away on June 17, 2020, at Sturgeon Bay Health Services.  She was born on May 8, 1928, in Door County to Walter and Bertha (Stenzel) Reinhard.  In March 1945, she married Richard A. Krause in Milwaukee.  Laverne enjoyed gardening, genealogy, crafting, playing cards and visiting with friends and family.
Survivors include two children, Yvonne Denny, Sturgeon Bay; Alfred (Gina) Krause, Maysville, KY; one grandson, Marvin Denny II, Sturgeon Bay; one sister-in-law, Darlene Reinhard, Fish Creek; and many nieces and nephews.  She was preceded in death by her parents; husband, Richard; one brother, Jerry Reinhard; brothers and sisters-law; many cousins, and ex. son-in-law, Marvin Denny.
A committal service and burial will be held at 11:00 a.m. Thursday, June 25, 2020, at Blossomberg Cemetery in Peninsula Park with Rev. Cory Dahl officiating.  Forbes Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.  On-line condolences may be offered at


Leo Henry Lukes

Bellevue: Leo Henry Lukes, 92,  (formally of Kewaunee) passed away peacefully in his sleep on Saturday, June 13, 2020 at Sturgeon Bay Health Services.  He was born February 29, 1928 in Kewaunee, WI to Adolf and Esther Lukes.  Leo served his country in the U.S. Navy from 1946-48.  While in the Navy he was assigned to the U.S.S. Aircraft Carrier Philippine Sea that brought Admiral Richard Bryd to Antartica for exploration. After his return,  Leo began barbering in Kewaunee with his father, Adolf. He married Ruth (Berg) Lukes in 1950. He had 4 children; Gary, Lynn, Wendy and Kevin. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge and held the Honor of Master of the Kewaunee Lodge in 1957. Leo was a Boy Scout leader, a member of the American Legion, played sports and was an active member of his church for many years.  He barbered for 50 years, and always welcomed people who stopped by the shop to "shoot the bull". His son Lynn, the third generation barber, continues the tradition. 
Survivors include his wife, Ruth of 71 years, one brother Dick (Rita) Albuquerque, NM; one sister, Linda (Jerry) Neumann, Manitowoc; 4 children Gary (Sarah) Lukes, Poynette; Lynn Lukes, Kewaunee; Wendy (fiancé Dave) Lukes, Sturgeon Bay; Kevin (Erika) Lukes, Oneida; 5 grandchildren Christopher Lukes,  Amy (Peter) Henry, Jamie (Steve)  Fiourucci, Mason Lukes and Caden Lukes and 4 great grandchildren, Mitchell, Holly, Bronwyn, and Elena. 
 He was preceded in death by his parents, daughter Bonnie, brothers Ivan and Roy Lukes.
 A celebration of life will be held at a later date.  Thank you to the staff at Sturgeon Bay Health Services for the care and compassion they have given Leo over the years. 

Steven J. Hujet

Steven J. Hujet, 61, Algoma, passed away Tuesday June 16, 2020 at home. 


A blustery "ol' bear",  he had a helping hand for anyone who needed one. 


He is survived by the love of his life, longtime significant other, Tracy Pagel, her daughter Jessica and her children Ayden and Jayda.  He is further survived by his three brothers Dennis, Rick and Jerry and their families, and his children Bob and Sara and their families, Tracy's family and many friends, especially his friend Mary Jo. 


There will be a public gathering, Tuesday, June 23, 2020 from 5:00 PM until 7:00 PM at the SCHINDERLE FUNERAL HOME, Algoma,  It was Steven's wish not to have a formal religious service.

In lieu of other expressions of sympathy the family would like to you to make a donation to the charity of your choice in Steven's memory.


Express your sympathy, memories and pictures on Steven's tribute page at

Lloyd John Alexander

Lloyd John Alexander, 96, Sturgeon Bay passed away on June 16, 2020 at Sturgeon Bay Health Services.  He was born April 24, 1924 in Maplewood to John and Emma (Wautlet) Alexander.
Lloyd graduated from Sturgeon Bay High School and later served in the U. S. Army in Europe under General George Patton.   After serving in the Army, he worked as a welder in the shipyards and also in Milwaukee.  Lloyd enjoyed golfing with his brother Roy.  He was a member of Corpus Christi Catholic Church and the American Legion Post #72.
Survivors include his four nephews and four nieces: Michael (Louise) Tomski, Stephen Tomski, David (Julie) Alexander, Lyle (Deborah) Nelson, Shirley Frylund, Lorrraine (James) Groveau, Janet (Barry) Bilke, Julie Alexander, and numerous great nieces and nephews.  He was preceded in death by his parents, two brothers, Harold & Roy; two sisters, Martha Nelson and Irene Tomski.
Funeral and veteran services will be 11:00 a.m. Wednesday, June 24, 2020 at St. Joseph Cemetery, the Rev. Anthony Birdsall officiating.  Forbes Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements and on-line condolences may be offered at

Stanley George LaViolette

Stanley George LaViolette, 89, of Sturgeon Bay, passed away on June 15, 2020, at Sturgeon Bay Health Services.  He was born April 2, 1931, in Nasewaupee to Stanley and Edna (Hembel) LaViolette.  Stan served his country in the U.S. Army as a helicopter pilot and mechanic during the Korean War.
After returning from war, Stanley married Jean Ann Brauer who preceded him in death on July 10, 1970.  On June 26, 1971, he married Delores (Gauthier) Wilke, she preceded him in death on February 1, 2011.
Stan worked as a carpenter and inside machinist at Peterson Builders for many years, retiring as a foreman in 1986.  While working at the shipyards he also ran a mink farm.  For short time, he also built houses with Hilton Daoust. 
Stan’s hobbies included taxidermy, fishing, hunting, shooting bows, and bowling.  He and Delores enjoyed many years of camping and traveling around the states.  Stan was a dedicated husband and father and enjoyed spending time with his grandchildren.  He was a great example to his family on how to live life.
Survivors include two sons, Tom (Denise) LaViolette, Brussels; Jay (Donna) LaViolette, Portland, OR; son-in-law Dan Price, Sturgeon Bay; five grandchildren: Dawn (Mike), Tammy (Dave), Angela, Allison, and Alisha; three great-grandchildren: Tommy, Alexis, and Jon; 2 brothers, Jim (Barb) LaViolette, Sturgeon Bay; Terry (Karen) LaViolette, Desert Springs, CA; sister Yvonne (Lyle) Erfourth, FL; and special friend Charlotte Schneider.  He was preceded in death by his parents, wives, and daughter Pam Price.
A public visitation will be held at the Forbes Funeral Home on Thursday, June 18, 2020 from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm.  Appropriate social distancing measures will be implemented as will other public health guidelines.  Burial will be in St. Joseph Cemetery.  Online condolences may be offered at


Gerald R. Simonar

Gerald R. Simonar, 87, Luxemburg, died Monday, April 13, 2020 in a local hospital.  He was born in Luxemburg on September 30, 1932 to John “Jack” and Irene (Martin) Simonar.  He attended St. Mary Catholic School serving as an altar boy for Father Huhn.  Jerry helped his father and brothers at the Simonar Gas Station until Uncle Sam called him into service Dec. 2, 1952.  He was sent to Korea June 1953, served as head of the motor pool unit and arrived home Nov of 1954.  Jerry served in the U.S. Army Reserves until 1962.  On May 17, 1958 he married Carol Sconzert at St. Hubert Church, Sugarbush.  He served in the Ralph Kline American Legion, Post 262 as commander in the 1970’s and as Sgt at arms 1990-2017 and a member of the Legion Firing Squad. He also was a member of the VFW Post 3392. Jerry served the Sportsman Club and the Luxemburg Chamber of Commerce as president, Jerry and Carol received the Community Service award in 1978 and Jerry received the Chamber of Commerce man of the year award in December of 2018. He was a member of the Planning Commission for the Village of Luxemburg.  The Sportsman Club gave him an award for wildlife habitat development.  There was a dog named “Bear” who waited for Sundays when he could go to the farm with Jerry. When the annual Fair parade came along he helped direct traffic on his scooter.  September 11, 2014, Jerry went on the Glory Honor Flight to Washington DC.  He was to go on the Honor Flight to Korea in May, but the trip was cancelled.  His hobbies included trap shooting, sporting clays, hunting, photography, making Maple syrup with brother Richard, checking on the woods were there always was a tree to cut down or a mushroom or blackberry to pick and spending time with his family and seven grandchildren. 

Survivors include his wife of 61 years, Carol and six children: Katherine “Kay” (Dale) Detampel; Jon (Kathy) Simonar; Lee (friend Audrey) Simonar; Gary (Kim) Simonar; Amy (friend Kriss) Simonar; Dale (Danee’) Simonar.  Grandchildren: Matt, Brad, Cassie (James) Enea, Dylan, Kody, Brooklyn and Garrett.  Brothers in law and sisters in law: Harry Lemens, Mark (Darlene) Sconzert, Jeanette Sconzert, Judy Simonar and Rosalyn Simonar.

Jerry was preceded in death by his parents, three brothers, Norbert, Richard, Leroy (Pat) Simonar; brother in law, Kenneth Sconzert; sister in law, Berdina Lemens. 


Friends may call 4:30 to 7:00 pm at St. Mary Church, Luxemburg on Wednesday, June 17, 2020.  Closing combined parish prayer service with Deacon Bob Miller and the American Legion/VFW service 7:00 pm.  Visitation will continue between 9:45 and 10:45 am on Thursday, June 18, 2020 at St. Mary Church, Luxemburg.  Funeral 11:00 am Thursday at the church with Rev. Daniel Schuster officiating and Rev. Milton Suess concelebrating.  Burial in St. Mary Cemetery, Luxemburg with full military rites honored by the American Legion Ralph Kline Post 262 of Luxemburg.

Lucille Helena Renier

Lucille Helena Renier, 94, of Sturgeon Bay, WI passed away at Anna’s Healthcare on June 12, 2020.  She was born March 15, 1926 in Nadeua, Michigan to Clarence and Lena (Thiry) Servais.  On January 22, 1945 she married Roy F. Renier at St. Mary’s Church in Algoma.  He preceded her in death on December 15, 1996.

Lucy and her husband lived in Misere for most of their married life, helping on the family farm.  Lucy also worked in several factories, retiring from Hatco in February of 1988 after 11 years of employment.  One of her favorite pastimes was making rosaries and cross-in-my-pockets.  Lucy made and donated over 1000 plastic bead rosaries to her church who sent them to missions across the world.  She gave the cross-in-my-pockets to countless people including doctors, nurses, family and friends.

She is survived by her five children Marilyn (Dan) Johnson, Wanda Bouche, Rod Renier, Roxanne (Scott) Spiering and Holly (Peder) Lauscher; five grandchildren: Jennifer (Shawn) Fischer, Amanda (Dan) Sallinen, Samantha (Joe) Gibas, AJ Kasten, April Kasten and four great-grandchildren.  She was preceded in death by her husband, parents, in-laws, three sisters, aunts and uncles.

Funeral Services will be 11:00 a.m. Thursday, June 18, 2020 at St. Joseph Church, the Rev. Robert Stegmann officiating. Entombment will be in the Shrine of the Good Shepherd Mausoleum, Green Bay.  Friends may call at the church on Thursday from 10:00 a.m. until time of services.  Appropriate social distancing and the wearing of facemasks is encouraged.  Forbes Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.  On-line condolences may be offered at

Very special thanks to the gentle caring nurses at Anna’s Healthcare and unity Hospice.


Robert "Red" L. Boulanger

Robert “Red” L. Boulanger, 79 of Luxemburg, passed away Thursday evening, June 11, 2020, following a short illness.  He was born in Brown County to the late Richard W. and Margaret K. (De Laruelle) Boulanger on February 2, 1941, raised by Ida Jones until seven years of age and then living with his Grandfather and Grandmother Boulanger.  At age 17 he enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps and served his country during 1958 to 1961.  He was a member of the American Legion Post 0325, Goodman.  Red was a fire fighter for the City of Green Bay for 26+ years. On February 17, 1962 he married Mary Jane DeGrand in Green Bay.  She preceded him in death April 27, 2000.  On July 11, 2002, he married Bonnie Dart-Massart in Bay Settlement.

Survivors include his wife Bonnie, one son, Jon (fiancée Becky) Boulanger; one daughter, Jill (Darryl) Heidtman, all of Marinette; Bonnie’s children, Brenda (Al) Reckelberg, DePere; Dean (fiancée Gail) Massart, Green Bay; Jackie (Ian) Bouche, New Franken; Dennis Jr. (Laura) Massart, Luxemburg; his grandchildren, Tara Raven, Katlynn Kubash, Brady Boulanger, Corey Bersie, Jayme Heidtman, Casey Heidtman, Keith Bouche, Travis Reckelberg, Stephanie Champeau, Cassie Massart, Austin Reckelberg; six great grandchildren; two brothers, Mark Boulanger, Ken Belter Jr; three sisters, Margaret Antiaris, Darlene Boulanger, Nancy Figgins; other relatives and friends further survive.

Red was preceded in death by one grandson, Scott Boulanger; his foster mother, Ida Jones; his paternal grandparents, Lillian and John Boulanger; one brother in law, Teddy Antiaris; and members of the DeGrand and Massart Families.

As per Red’s wishes his funeral will be private and held at St. Mary Church, Luxemburg with Rev. Daniel Schuster officiating.  Military rites honored by the American Legion Ralph Kline Post 262, Luxemburg.  Entombment in Allouez Chapel Mausoleum.

McMAHON FUNERAL HOME, LUXEMBURG, is assisting the family.

A special thank you is extended to the staff of Unity Hospice and St. Vincent Hospital for your care and concern.



Shirley Mae Kirchman

Shirley Mae Kirchman, 89, Algoma, passed away Wednesday, April 29, 2020 at the Algoma Long Term Care.  She was born July 22, 1930 in Algoma to William and Viola (Sell) Kirchman. 
Shirley graduated from the Algoma High School and UW School of Nursing "Class of 1952".  She worked at the UW Hospital in Madison, Bellin Hospital in Green Bay and then at the Algoma Hardwoods as the Occupational Health Nurse until she retired in 1994. 
Shirley enjoyed traveling in her earlier years, both within the United States and to many foreign countries.  She also spent time with her good friend Margie during winters in Florida.
She kept herself busy putting together information for many class reunions and loved including comic strips and jokes that people could relate to.  Shirley was also an avid sports enthusiast, especially the Green Bay Packers. 
Shirley was the caregiver of the family, whether bandaging a scraped knee or moving back home to care for her mother.  Her care and compassion will forever be remembered.  She was a volunteer for the Kewaunee County Food Pantry and the American Cancer Society, she served on the Kewaunee County Human Services Board and was presented the Woodrow "Woody" Smith Memorial Award from the Wisconsin County Human Services Association, served on the Algoma Long Term Care Board,  was a member of St. Paul's Lutheran Church and the organizer for  St. Paul's Vacation Bible School.
Shirley is survived by her sister Violet (Kirchman) McCosky, Algoma; Nieces, Nephews, Great Nieces and Nephews.  She was preceded in death by her parents William and Viola (Sell) Kirchman, step father Joseph Penza, sisters Eleanor (Joe) Bohman, Florence (Del) Weber, brother Lloyd "Bud" (Mary Ann) Kirchman, brother-in-law John McCosky, nieces and nephews.
The family wants to thank the staff at Oak Creek Assisted Living and the Algoma Long Term Care for the care given to Shirley over the past months
There will be a memorial service announced at a later date for Shirley.
Family and friends are invited to a Memorial Service, Saturday, June 27, 202 at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, Algoma, from 9:00 AM until time of services at 11:00 AM with Pastor Joel McKenney and Pastor John Moll officiating.  Burial at the Evergreen Cemetery, Algoma.
The SCHINDERLE FUNERAL HOME, Algoma, assisted the family with arrangements.

Sherry Poehler

Sherry Ann Poehler, 74, of Sturgeon Bay passed away at Aurora BayCare Medical Center on March 17, 2020.  
A visitation for the public will be held at Holy Name of Mary Church in Maplewood on Saturday, June 13, 2020 from 10:00 am until noon.  Appropriate social distancing measures will be practiced.  Friends and relatives are also invited to Sherry’s farm (3795 Egg Harbor Rd. Sturgeon Bay) that day at 2:00 pm for a gathering and luncheon.  Feel free to bring your favorite lawn chair.  Forbes Funeral Home and Cremations is in charge of arrangements.

Roger M. Wilke Sr.

Roger M. Wilke Sr., 86, of Sturgeon Bay passed away on Monday, June 8, 2020 at Aurora BayCare Medical Center in Green Bay.  Roger was born November 19, 1933 to Melvin and Lucille (Schulties) Wilke.  On February 4, 1967, he married Thea Gunderson in Sturgeon Bay.  She preceded him in death on December 19, 1997. 
Roger worked for Bay Shipbuilding in Sturgeon Bay and later was known as the “fix it guy” for many friends and neighbors in Little Sturgeon. Roger Could weld and fix just about anything.
He is survived by his son and daughter-in-law Roger Jr. and Laurie Wilke of Brussels; a daughter Tina Wilke and her partner John Welch Jr. of North Carolina; brother and sisters: Richard (Bonnie) Wilke, Rosemary (Bob) Holland, Lois (John) Holland and Marvel Junion; two granddaughters, Mandy (Jason) Smith and Victoria Wilke (Michael Bryfczynski); 5 great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.  He was preceded in death by his wife, parents, a brother Lynn Wilke, three sisters, Ruby Ann Paul, Judy Srnka, Susan Willke and in- laws, also his longtime companion Butch his dog.
A public visitation for family and friends will be held at the Forbes Funeral Home on Friday, June 12, 2020 from 10:00 am to 11:00 am.  A private family service and burial Schulties Cemetery will follow the visitation.  To protect the family and the public, a limited number of people will be allowed in the building at one time.  Social distancing and other measures recommended by the CDC and WEDC will also be implemented.
The family would like to thank the staffs at Aurora BayCare and Kewaunee Care Center for their care and kindness to Roger and his family.

 Roland W. Honold

 Roland Walter Honold passed away peacefully at Sturgeon Bay Health Services on Thursday, June 4, 2020 after a two-year battle with cancer.

     He was born at home in Baileys Harbor on November 27, 1939 to George and Charlotte (Eckert) Honold, graduated from Gibraltar High School, and married Joan Anschutz in October 1964.

     "Rollie," as everyone knew him, was a 21-year member of the Army Reserve and worked for over 40 years for the Sturgeon Bay Utilities. He was an active member of Girls Little League. He also built a successful firewood business in Carlsville. He loved the outdoors, deer hunting, eating out, socializing at taverns, and complaining about the Green Bay Packers. (One of his final requests was, "Make sure the TV works in my crypt!") A devoted dad, grandpa, and great-grandpa, he enjoyed spending time with his extended family.

     Roland will be missed by his son, Randall (Sydney Sidwell) of Chicago, IL; and daughter, Renee of Reno, NV; two granddaughters, Greta (Honold) Qaiyum and Lucy Honold; great-grandchildren, Julius, Cora, and Amina; and brother, George (Ruth) Honold, Jr.

     He was preceded in death by his parents; wife, Joan; and sisters, Jeanette Honold, Helen (Russell) Kalms, Lorraine (Ralph) Klansky, and Diane (John) Whitford.

     “On behalf of the Honold family we want to thank Huehns Funeral Home, Dad's at-home personal health care workers, the staff at Sturgeon Bay Health Services, neighbors, friends, and family.”  

     Due to these unprecedented times and for everyone's safety, a private service is scheduled with entombment at the Shrine of the Good Shepherd Mausoleum at Nicolet Memorial Gardens in the Town of Scott.  

     Huehns Funeral Home in Sturgeon Bay is assisting the Honold family. Expressions of sympathy, memories, and photos of Roland may be shared with his family through his tribute page at


Martin D. Schram

Martin Donald Schram, 59, of Sturgeon Bay, passed away at Door County Medical Center on Wednesday, June 3, 2020.

     He was born July 4, 1960 to Martin “Gene” and the late Betty (Krueger) Schram in Sturgeon Bay. Martin graduated from Sturgeon Bay High School. He received an associate degree in Police Science from Northeast Wisconsin Technical College in Green Bay. After college, Marty enlisted in the Army. He was stationed at Johnston Island in the Pacific as a MP. Upon his return home, Marty was employed as a deputy with the Door County Sheriff Department. He completed his work career at Fincantieri Bay Ship.

     Marty was an avid sports fan. In his younger years, he loved playing baseball and basketball. A great deal of his time was spent watching sports, especially football.

     He is survived by his father, Martin “Gene” Schram; sisters, Pam DeMelle and June Schram; brother-in-law, Dean Gigot, and sister-in-law, Nancy Schram; nieces and nephews, Yvette (Mike) Tice, Kelly Gerl, Kyle DeMelle, and Brandon (Sara) Gigot; and great nieces and nephews.

     He is preceded in death by his mother, Betty Schram; brother, Harold Schram; and sister, Mary Gigot.

     Due to Covid 19 pandemic, private family services will be held at Huehns Funeral Home with Pastor Joel Sauer officiating. Burial will be in Schumacher Cemetery.

     Expressions of sympathy, memories, and photos of Martin may be shared with his family through his tribute page at

LaVerne C. Dart

God so loved LaVerne C. Dart that on June 5, 2020, thirteen days before she turned 92, he brought her to heaven to be with him. LaVerne was born June 18, 1928 in Slovan, to the late Leonard and Annie (VanDenPlaus) Heim. At a very young age they moved to Humboldt on her grandparents farm. LaVerne married Arthur Dart on June 18, 1947 at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Humboldt. She was a member of Holy Trinity Altar Rosary Society. She worked for 23 years in the cafeteria at the Luxemburg-Casco middle school. LaVerne enjoyed playing cards, going out to eat with her children and her fellow card players, but most of all she loved the many years her and Art would go to Branson and the times they spent playing cards together for 59 years.

Survivors include her five children Linda Paul, Casco, Roxanne (Dan) Lohrey, Rio Creek, Randy, Rio Creek, Kevin, Luxemburg, Brian, Gregorville; and very good friend, Debbie Doden (LaVerne's adopted daughter). She is further survived by 6 grandchildren, 11 great-grandchildren, and 2 great-great-grandchildren; sister Arenia Schuabenlander, New Franken; and brother-in-law, Arnold Dart, New Franken.


LaVerne was preceded in death by her husband, Arthur; son-in-law, James Paul, sister, Loretta Jonet; and brothers-in-law, John Jonet, Marvin Phillips, and Bob Schuabenlander.

There will be a visitation at Holy Trinity Catholic Church on Monday, June 8, 2020 from 9:00-11:00 am. Mass of Christian Burial will take place at 11:00 am with Fr. Daniel Schuster and Fr. Dennis Drury concelebrating. Burial will follow in the church cemetery. Both the visitation and the Mass are open to the public, we will be following social distancing guidelines and ask you to keep a 6-foot distance from others not in your group. Online condolence messages may be shared at

Special Thank You to LaVerne's neighbors the Deckers, Hauterbrooks, and Delebreau's for their help and kindness. Her thoughtful neighbors of many years, Julius and Bonie Thiry. Also, for all the prayers and visits from Fr. Daniel Schuster and Fr. Dennis Drury. Also, a big thank you to Crystal, Jamie, and Jenny from Unity Hospice.

Gustavo Angel Aldama Cuellar

Gustavo Angel Aldama Cuellar, 26, Algoma. passed away Thursday, June 4, 2020 from an accidental drowning.  He was born May 6, 1994 in Mexico to Aaron Aldama Dominguez and Laurentina Cuellar Juarez. 


Gustavo started his first business at the age of 19.  Then he moved to Algoma at the age of 23 and started his second business owning and operating Dairy Deans Resturant.  He was a very kind and humble man with lots of compassion for everyone he met.  He was also a very motivated man with a beautiful smile and a friend and mentor to many. He  would always put other people first and make them feel important. 


Gustavo is survived by his parents, sister Celia (John) Aldama Ward, New London; , brother Jose Alfredo Aldama, Algoma; sister Jessica Aldama, Algoma; many aunts, uncles and cousins and his best friend Donald E. Eisenach, New London.


Family and friends may come to a public viewing Tuesday, June 9, 2020 at the SCHINDERLE FUNERAL HOME, Algoma, from 10:00 AM until the time of services at 1:00 PM with Fr. Alvan Amadi officiating.  The CDC guidelines will be enforced at the funeral home.  The public will be monitored with the number of people coming into the funeral home.  Wearing a mask will be up to the public.


Express your sympathy, memories and pictures on Gustavo's tribute page at

William Eugene Caskey

With profound sadness we announce the passing of William Eugene Caskey. 

On May 29th, 2020, Bill passed in peace at his home of natural causes at the age of 81. Preceded in death by his wife, Barbara, Bill was the loving father of Elizabeth Dohr and proud grandfather of Ariana Dohr,  both from Wild Rose, WI


Bill was born November 16th, 1938 in Phelps Wisconsin. Son of the late Elmer and Christine Caskey of Phelps, WI, Bill was blessed to have 6 loving brothers and sisters; George (Jane deceased) Caskey of Idaho, Fred (Faith) Caskey of Phelps, Phyllis(deceased) (Wayne) Schmidt of Marathon, Darlene (Dick deceased) Loy of Wausau, Jane (Dave) Johnson of Wausau, Ruth (Tom) Griswold of Wausau, as well, as many special family members and friends. In particular he enjoyed his Algoma friends in which he met with several times a week at the local area restaurants for fun get togethers.


Bill grew up in Phelps WI, attended UW-Stevens Point and UW- Madison to become a Teacher and Administrator. Upon graduation from college he married his High School sweetheart, Barbara, and moved to New London, WI. beginning his career in education of over 40 years.  Starting in the classroom and then becoming Principal of 4 Elementary Schools in New London, his passion for education was instilled in his being.  Upon retirement from the New London School District, Bill and Barbara built and moved to their retirement home on the Lake in Algoma. It is there that the last 27 years Bill called home. 


Bill enjoyed traveling with his daughter and granddaughter and has had many adventures throughout his life. He loved exploring the world, past history, reading, fishing, walking, volunteering at his churches, spending time with his dogs, and visiting with people. 

Bill was loved by so many for many different reasons, but mostly for the fact that he always put others first. He was typically one of the first people that someone would call if they needed advice or help with something. He was willing to donate time or a listening ear to whatever was needed, going above and beyond in making sure that whomever he came in contact with would feel the goodness in his heart and were better for meeting him.  His dedication to his family, community, and church will be greatly missed. 


Bill is preceded in death by his parents, sister Phyllis, loyal companions Trophy and Dakota, as well as, other family members. 


Special thank you to Laurie Schinderle of Schinderle Funeral Home, Inc. in Algoma,  Rory Groessl, family friends Brandy and Marcia, and his Algoma special group Swede, Linda, June, and Carol.


The family invites those able to call upon the family at the SCHINDERLE FUNERAL HOME, Algoma, Friday, June 12th, 2020 for a public Visitation from 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM followed by a Time of Remembrance from 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM. A private religious ceremony will be held at St. John’s Lutheran Church, Rankin, at 1:30 PM. with Rev. Dr. Christopher Jackson officiating.

A memorial in Bill’s name will be established to the American Cancer Society and the American Heart Association. 


Family and friends are asked to seek comfort in knowing that Bill closed his eyes and saw God.

Express your sympathy, memories and pictures on Bill's tribute page at

Richard J. Ostrowski

Richard J. Ostrowski, 68, of Egg Harbor, passed away suddenly during surgery Friday, May 29, 2020.
     He was born May 26, 1952 in Stevens Point the son of the late Bernard and Joan (Czerniak) Ostrowski. Richard graduated from Assumption High School in Wisconsin Rapids in 1970 before pursuing his degree in Natural Resources at UW Stevens Point graduating in 1974. On June 14, 1980, he married Mary Jo Klein at St. Mary's Catholic Church in DePere. Richard worked as head maintenance and ranger for Peninsula State Park and ranger and park manager at Whitefish Dunes State Park. He also was in charge of DNR firearms registration and was an armorer.
     He was a member of Stella Maris Parish, Egg Harbor site and parish council. Richard was a member of St. Vincent DePaul and a hunter safety instructor in Northern Door. He enjoyed the outdoors all his life and everything that went with it, hunting, fishing, gardening and even talking to his tomatoes (it really worked). Richard was a lifelong Packers and Cubs fan. He enjoyed being a loving Papa to Sophia.
     Surviving family include his loving wife, Mary Jo; dear daughters, Krystal (Scott) Thorn of Sturgeon Bay (and their daughter, Sophia), Kate (Tyson) Biwer of Las Vegas, NV; his grand puppies; and eight siblings, Edward (Jolene) Ostrowski of Wisconsin Rapids, Susan (Mark) Motylinski of Holmen, WI, David (Laurie) Ostrowski of Superior, Mary Lou (Jerry) Pasto of Salmon, Idaho, Michael (Gina) Ostrowski of Eau Claire, Diane Ostrowski of Cadot, WI, Sandy (David) Mancl of DePere, and Nancy (Steve) Schinderle of LaVeen, AZ; many dear nieces and nephews.
     Preceding him in death were his parents, Bernard and Joan Ostrowski and an infant sister; brother-in-law, Robert Etter Jr.; nephews, Brian Landgraf and Ben Motylinski; and father-in-law, Joseph Klein.
     A celebration of his life will be held at a later date.
     Donations may be made in Richard’s name to Samaritan Purse and St. Vincent De Paul.
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William R. Hunsader

William R. Hunsader, 72 years, of Sturgeon Bay, was called home Saturday May 30, 2020 at St. Mary’s Hospital in Green Bay.
He was born March 5, 1948 in Sturgeon Bay the son of the late Robert and Marie (Daubner) Hunsader. Bill graduated from Sturgeon Bay High School in 1966 before entering the U.S. Air Force where he would give 24 years of his life for service to his country. That service would take him throughout the world where he specialized in logistics coordination. Tours of duty would take him to Vietnam, two gulf wars, Europe, and England before returning to the place he called home, Sturgeon Bay in 1992. Even after his honorable discharge, Bill stayed involved in veteran’s affairs, lending a hand, or giving a donation when needed in support of his fellow veterans. He worked at Midwest Wire for 20 years as a press operator, a job he loved.
Bill enjoyed all sports, competing, and watching. He enjoyed golfing, bowling and softball with friends, and his sons. Bill played in many Aloha softball tournaments and leagues at Westside Ballfield. For many years, Bill bowled in leagues at Worley’s, Cherry Lanes and Apple Valley Lanes. As the years wore down his physical ability, Bill who enjoyed the social atmosphere as much as competing, enjoyed attending the music and theatrical performances at the area’s many venues. His true musical love was classic country by Haggard, Cash, Twitty, Willy, Haggard and a song favorite was God Bless the USA by Lee Greenwood.
Survivors include his two sons, Brian of Philadelphia, Brad of Sturgeon Bay; two grandchildren, Brynn and Elle Hunsader; five siblings, Barb Hanrahan, Bob (Nancy) Hunsader, Linda Mengert (John Neuville), Patti (Todd) Scherer all of Sturgeon Bay, and Paul (Patti) Hunsader of Colorado.
Preceding him in death was his parents; brother-in-law, Frank Hanrahan; and former wife, Mary Ann Hunsader.
Due to COVID safety practices, all attending services will be required to wear masks and keep social distancing.   A limited amount of 10 guests along with family will be allowed in the chapel greeting area.  Hand sanitizer and our staff’s constant sanitizing will be provided. 25% occupancy in our funeral facility will be observed.  Outside cemetery services will observe social distancing throughout.
Friends may call from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Friday, June 5, 2020 at Huehns Funeral Home in Sturgeon Bay with a procession to St. Joseph Cemetery at 1:15 p.m. Committal and graveside services will be held at 1:30 p.m. at St. Joseph Catholic Cemetery in Sturgeon Bay with Fr. Bob Stegmann officiating. Military honors by the U.S. Air Force will be held immediately following graveside services Friday.
Memorials in his memory would be gratefully received.
Expressions of sympathy, memories, and photos of Bill may be shared with his family through his tribute page at

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