James Otto Kintopf, 86, of Sturgeon Bay, passed away on October 23, 2020, after a full and rich life. He was born on January 26, 1934, in Sturgeon Bay to John and Ruth (Starr) Kintopf. On April 4, 1959, he married Dorothy H. Rockwell in Sturgeon Bay.
Jim served his country for 2 years in the U.S. Army in Germany. He was a past member and commander of the AMVETS Post #51. Jim was also a member at St. Peter’s Lutheran Church where he served in many capacities. He was the purchasing manager at Marine Travelift for many years.
Jim enjoyed crafting and woodworking and also taught a reupholstering class at NWTC for a number of years. He also enjoyed spending time outdoors, often in the backyard with family and friends sharing stories and laughs. Jim also liked golfing, and traveling with Dorothy, and especially enjoyed spending time with his children and grandchildren. Jim was a regular patron at the Corner Café for breakfast and enjoyed seeing his friends there.
Survivors include his wife, Dorothy; two daughters, Ginger (Peter) Ostrowski, Two Rivers; Gail (David) Arndt, Two Rivers; four grandchildren, Michael (Tara Willems) Ostrowski, Noelle (Corey) Evenson, Abigail (Alexander) Riegelman, Jordyn (special friend, Brandon) Arndt; three great-grandchildren, Lillian Evenson, Levi Evenson, and Jack Riegelman; four siblings, Milt (Barb) Kintopf, June Krauel, Jane (Fritz) Sperber, Alan (Linda) Kintopf; four sisters-in-law, Ruth Smith, Joan Krueger, Joanne Kintopf, Louise Kintopf; and countless nieces, nephews, cousins, and godchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents; three brothers, John Kintopf, Albert (Shirley) Kintopf, Norbert Kintopf; seven in-laws, Janice (“Butch”) Rockwell, Leo (Dode) Rockwell, Jack Rockwell, Mae (Walter) Haase, Marion (Al) Ash, Owen Krueger, and Gene (Pat) Rockwell
Funeral services will be at 11:00 a.m., Friday October 30, 2020, at St. Peter’s Lutheran Church with Rev. Carl Schroeder officiating. Burial will be at Bayside Cemetery. Visitation will be from 10:00 a.m. until the time of services at the church on Friday. Face masks will be required, and social distancing will be in place. Forbes Funeral Home is assisting the family. On-line condolences may be offered at forbesfuenralhome.com
Linda E. Prahl, 78. Luxemburg, died peacefully at home on Friday morning, October 23, 2020, with family at her side.
She was born on September 6, 1942 in Montpelier to the late Gerhardt C. and Irma J. (Dahlke) Raduenz.
On June 23, 1962, Linda married Merlin E. Prahl, at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Montpelier.
He preceded her in death on August 18, 2012.
Linda was a lifelong member of St. Paul Lutheran Church in Luxemburg, where she was also baptized and confirmed.
Linda worked alongside her husband in the family business and also worked at the Red Owl, Stodola’s IGA and Krohn’s Cheese Store, until her retirement. She enjoyed spending time in the woods, signing in the choir and spending time with her family and friends.
Survivors include her children, Kathy (Dan) Kratz, Luxemburg; Dan Prahl, Dave Prahl, both of Green Bay; Jody Prahl, Luxemburg; four grandchildren, Jordan (Bree) Kratz, Amanda Kratz, Jesse Kratz and Julia Prahl; two great-grandchildren, Cadance and Kinzie; five sisters, Marion (Wally) Kasten, New Franken; Judy Paral, Kewaunee; Betty (Ron) Ramesh, Land O’ Lakes; Dorothy Roehlig, Oshkosh; Karen Bosdeck, Luxemburg; two brothers, Jim (Mary) Raduenz, Montpelier; Mark (Sue) Raduenz, Luxemburg; two brothers in law, Jim Schley, Donald Prahl, both of Luxemburg; many nieces and nephews.
Linda was preceded in death by her husband Merlin of 50 years; her parents; one sister, Janet Schley; one sister in law, Diane Prahl; three brothers in law, Wayne Paral, Rein Roehlig and Wayne Bosdeck; her father in law and mother in law, Elmer and Erna (Dahlke) Prahl.
Friends may call 9:00 to 10:45 am, Tuesday, October 27, 2020 at St. Paul Lutheran Church, Montpelier. Funeral 11:00 am, Tuesday with Rev. Dr. Daniel Olson officiating.
Burial in St. Paul Lutheran Cemetery, Montpelier.
McMAHON FUNERAL HOME, LUXEMBURG is assisting the Prahl Family. www.mcmahonfh.com
Precautionary steps are requested due to the Covid-19 virus. Respect taken in social distancing and wearing a face covering is strongly suggested.
The Prahl Family wishes to extend a special thank you to Christian Servants Home Care and Unity Hospice for the wonderful care give to Linda.
Rita M. Gilson, 89, Algoma, passed away Tuesday, October 20, 2020. She was born in the Town of Lincoln, July 30, 1931 to John and Alice (Jandrin) Boulanger.
Rita married Merle Gilson October 31, 1950 at St. Peter's Catholic Church in Lincoln.
Rita worked at the Plumbers in Algoma for about 30 years and retired on her birthday, July 30, 1993. Her greatest joy in life was spending time with her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren, she also enjoyed her vegetable and flower gardens, feeding and watching her birds outside her kitchen window. In her earlier years she enjoyed cooking and baking.
Rita is survived by her three daughters Linda Yunk, Algoma; Sandy Zima, Algoma; and Karen (Tim) Johnson, Foster City, MI; five grandchildren Norie Yunk (Darren), Nichole (Lee) Todd, Natalia (Travis) Cox, Eli (Taylor) Johnson and Austin Johnson; five great grandchildren Evan Idso, Jane and Juliet Todd, Johnny Cox and Grayson Johnson; one sister Delores (Dennis) Linzmeier, Two Rivers; one brother Jim (Marge) Boulanger, Green Bay; two sisters-in-law Carol Gilson, Minocqua; and Irene Boulanger, Kewaunee; one brother-in-law John (Joan) Roberts, Kaukauna; many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband Merle, December 23, 2019, grandson Noah Johnson, son-in-law Jack Yunk, three brothers and two sisters-in-law Albert (Delores) Boulanger, Lawrence (Marie) Boulanger and Donald Boulanger; two sisters and one brother-in-law Angela (Clifford) Wery and Marie Roberts.
Family and friends will gather, Saturday, October 24, 2020 at St. Mary Catholic Church, Algoma from 9:00 AM until the Mass of Christian Burial at 11:00 AM with Rev. Alvan Amadi officiating. Burial to follow in the Evergreen Cemetery, Algoma.
The family wants to give special thanks to Merle Colburn, Jim Boulanger, Brian Boulanger and Unity Hospice, especially Heather for all their help, care and kindness given to mom and our family.
The SCHINDERLE FUNERAL HOME, Algoma, assisted the family with arrangements.
Ellen M. Baierl, 94, Luxemburg, died early Wednesday morning, October 21, 2020.
She was born November 7, 1925 in Green Bay to the late William & Eva (Janssen) Baenen. On April 10, 1948 she married Roland L. Baierl at St. Francis Xavier Cathedral in Green Bay. He preceded her in death on April 25, 1983. Ellen attended Cathedral school & graduated from St. Joseph Academy and St. Agnes School of Nursing, Fond du Lac. She was employed as an R.N. with St. Vincent Hospital and the Luxemburg Clinic and was an EMT with the Luxemburg Rescue Squad for many years. Ellen was a member of St. Mary Church in Luxemburg and belonged to St. Mary Christian Mother Society and the Catholic Order of Foresters. Church and her faith were very important to her. Her enjoyments included spending Sundays with her children & grandchildren. She was an avid reader and knitter and always had a supply of washcloths ready to distribute to family and friends.
Survivors include her children, Don (Nel) Baierl, Sierra Vista, AZ; Barb (Barry) Nelson, Kewaunee; Ann (Frank) Voyles, Luxemburg; Joan (Bill) Seidl, Luxemburg; Julie (Al) Paul, Green Bay; Bob (Judy) Baierl, New Franken; John (Brenda) Baierl, Luxemburg; daughters-in law Carol Baierl and Julie Dalebroux; 23 grandchildren and 27 great-grandchildren; sister Ruth Stoehr and brother Paul (Diane) Baenen; brothers & sisters-in-law Fred & Pat Dalebroux, Judy Baierl, MaryAnn Berger.
Ellen was preceded in death by two sons David & Thomas and one daughter Mary, sisters & brothers in law, Rosemary & David Jacobson, Norma & Jack Davies, Claire & Larry DeClerc, Marion & Robert Smeester, James & Carol Baenen, Don Stoehr, and Peter Baenen, Joseph & Madeline Baierl, Clarence & Doris Baierl, Arnold & Delores Baierl, Earl Baierl, John Berger.
Friends may call at St. Mary Church, Luxemburg, 9:00 to 11:15 am on Saturday, October 24, 2020. Funeral mass at 11:30 am on Saturday with Rev. Daniel Schuster officiating. Due to COVID-19 virus, masks and social distancing will be observed. Burial in St. Mary Cemetery, Luxemburg.
The family extends their sincere gratitude to Helping Hearts Assisted Living and Luxemburg Rescue.
McMahon Funeral Home, Luxemburg is assisting the family. www.mcmahonfh.com
Jelaine “Jay” A. Legois, 82, of New Franken, was welcomed into Heaven on Tuesday, October 20, 2020.
She was born in Brown County to the late Jule J. and Ella (Jauquet) Gauthier on May 24, 1938.
She married the love of her life Lawrence “Larry” Legois at St. Hubert Parish in Sugarbush on October 26, 1957. They were together, almost inseparable, for over 60 years.
She is survived by her loving husband, Larry, and their two sons Steve (Angie) Legois and Mike (Dawn) Legois; five grandchildren, Ryan (Crystal) DeBroux, Renee (Jeremy) Zimmermann, Kristin (Ryan) Kuharske, Michael (Amber) DeBroux, and Casey Legois; nine great-grandchildren, Marshall, Blake, and Chase DeBroux; Cruz, Waverly, and Finn Zimmermann; Evelyn and Olivia Kuharske; and August DeBroux; brother and sister-in-law Gary (Karen) Legois.
Jay is preceded in death by her parents, father in law and mother-in-law, Henry “Ed” and Mary (Cravillion) Legois; brother-in-law Henry “Junior” Legois; one great-granddaughter Annistin Zimmermann.
To Grandma, family was everything. She was a wonderfully devoted mother to her two sons and she was the proudest grandmother to "all her specials”- grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
Grandma was strong, thoughtful, and kind. She never complained and always put others first.
Everyone who knew her became a friend. She loved our grandfather in a way we all would want to be loved. As her grandchild, you felt like there was no one in this world that was more proud of you than she was, boasting of our achievements no matter how big or small.
She received loving care from Steve and Angie, allowing her to remain in her home spending every last moment right where she wanted to be, next to her "Honey". The family also expresses appreciation to the staff from Unity Hospice, especially Kristen and Dar, who provided peace and comfort to both our grandma and our family in her final months.
She had a huge presence in all our lives. Grandma Jay, we love you and will miss you every day.
A private service will be held at St. Kilian Church in New Franken in precaution of the Covid-19 virus. Burial in St. Kilian Cemetery, New Franken.
McMahon Funeral Home, Luxemburg, is assisting the Legois Family. www.mcmahonfh.com
David D. Englebert, 70, of Dyckesville, died unexpectedly on Thursday, October 15, 2020.
He was born in Green Bay on October 13, 1950 to the late Dale N. and Rita T. (Schauer) Englebert.
On April 17, 1971 he married Sylvia M. Annoye at St. Peter Church in Lincoln. She preceded him in death on January 3, 2017.
Dave served his country in the U.S. National Guard in his early twenty’s.
He was a self-employed mason owning Englebert’s Masonry, retiring in 2015.
Dave was an avid outdoorsman, enjoying hunting, fishing, golfing and boating. Indoors he enjoyed creating in general, including culinary delights: his fish fry’s, apple crisps and making his various wood working projects. Spending time with his family and friends were high priority.
Survivors include his two children, Eric (Heidi) Englebert, Luxemburg; Kristin (Chuck) Heurkens, Dyckesville; eight grandchildren, Kayla, Gavin, Caden, Maddy, Mason, Carter, Grant and Jack; mother, Bea Englebert, Dyckesville; brothers and sisters, Phil (Carole) Englebert, Howards Grove; Anne (Joe) Thibaudeau, Carol (Jim) Werth, Lynn (Andy) Benson, all of New Franken; brothers in law and sisters in law, Sam Annoye, Algoma; Sandy (Randy) LeFevre, Casco; Bonnie (Chuck) Balleine, Green Bay; Cindy (Paul) Jerovetz, Pilsen; nieces, nephews and many friends further survive.
Dave was preceded in death by his wife; his parents; his father in law and mother in law, Harry and Martha Annoye; two brothers in law, Paul Annoye and Glen Gruetzmacher; his close friend, Bob Ropson.
Friends may call 2:30 to 6:45 pm. Monday, October 19, 2020 at St. Louis Church, Dyckesville. Closing parish prayer service 6:45 pm on Monday.
A Private funeral Mass for Dave will be livestreamed at 11:00 am on Tuesday, October 20, 2020 on the Saint Louis Parish, Facebook page.
Burial in St. Louis Cemetery, Dyckesville with full military honors at graveside.
As a precaution to the Covid-19 virus, we ask your cooperation with social distancing, wearing a face covering and hand sanitizing at the church, please.
McMAHON FUNERAL HOME, LUXEMBURG, is assisting the Englebert Family. www.mcmahonfh.com
In lieu of flowers a memorial fund will be established in Dave’s memory.
A special thank you is extended to Andy Benson for his heroic efforts on Thursday and to all of Dave’s fishing and golfing buddies for the support shared these past years.
“The walleye population now breathes a sigh of relief!”
We Will Miss You Dad!
Thomas R. Muehl, 78, of North Prairie, Wisconsin passed away September 26, 2020. Thomas injured himself at home when he fell sideways off a set of stairs and landed on an antique coffee grinder. This led to a hard-fought three-month battle in the hospital which he lost.
Thomas was born on September 4, 1942 in Waukesha, Wisconsin. He will be remembered as a philanthropist, a successful businessman and a lover of the Bible, planes, trains and automobiles. Tom was educated in the Waukesha Public School system and received a BS in Accounting at the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee. He was a Teaching Assistant there while he pursued a Masters in Accounting. Tom served in the U.S. Army Reserve with a rank of Sergeant E5.
Tom was President of Dierks Waukesha from 1994 to 2015 at which time the family business was sold to U.S. Foods. At the age of ten Tom started working at Muehl’s Food Market for his parents. His mother was instrumental in his development as an outstanding foodservice salesman and businessman. With his in-depth knowledge, perspective and perseverance, Tom went the extra mile for his customers in Door County, Madison and Milwaukee.
Like his mother, Tom had a lot of character and interests. Tom was a private pilot who owned several airplanes, had an extensive collection of high performance Ford Mustangs (which he enjoyed running at Road America), had expert knowledge of steam-driven locomotives, loved to take vintage railroad trips and was an aficionado of collecting Early American furniture. Tom and his wife loved spending time with each other. They had planned on participating in a vintage road rally this summer with Tom driving and his wife navigating. Tom enjoyed the natural beauty of his country home and like his father, one of Tom’s favorite pastimes was mowing his own lawn.
Tom is preceded in death by his father, Robert Muehl, and mother, Kathryn (Volland) Muehl and is survived by his loyal customers, his heartbroken wife “My Lyn” Muehl, brother Eric (Susan) Muehl, brother Wesley (Donna) Muehl, special cousin and confidante David (Joan) Bauer as well as numerous other relatives and close friends. He is also survived by his former spouses Louise and Janice.
Tom loved people and enjoyed helping them. From your family, friends and loyal customers, Tom, we say to you:
“Auf Weidersein……’til we see you again”
On October 10, 2020 Tom was laid to rest at Prairie Home Cemetery, Waukesha, Wisconsin. Memorials can be made to one’s favorite charity or to one of Tom’s favorite charities: the Mayo Clinic, 200 First Street SW, Rochester, Minnesota 55905, to be used for cardiac research; the Wisconsin Badger Camp Inc., P.O. Box 723, Platteville, Wisconsin 53818 or the UWM Foundation Inc., 1440 East North Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202, to be used specifically for the Jerry Leer Advanced Accounting Scholarship.
Floyd H. Hanamann, 91, Casco, passed away on Tuesday, October 13, 2020 at King Veteran’s Home. Floyd was born on February 28, 1929 to the late Edward and Erna (Retzlaff) Hanamann. On September 8, 1951 he married Edna Bitzan, she preceded him in death on September 5, 2016. Floyd was a Korean war veteran having served in the U.S. Army. At home Floyd and Edna together were farmers after retirement, they moved to Dunbar and Floyd worked at the Senior Center in Niagara. He enjoyed snowmobiling, hunting, traveling, gardening, and spending time with his children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren.
Floyd is survived by his children, Edward (Karen) Hanamann, Algoma, and Suzanne (Jerry) Guerzon, Davis, California; grandchildren, Derek (Laura) Hanamann, Blake Hanamann, Ashley (Kyle) Kienast, Eric Guerzon, and Elizabeth Guerzon; great-grandchildren, Aaron, Mya, and Lane Hanamann, Calvin and Baby Kienast (due in January); brother, Jim (Janice) Hanamann; brothers- and sisters-in-law, Emery (Judy) Bitzan, Eleanor Machut, and Clarence Jerovetz; as well as by nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his wife, Edna; his parents Edward and Erna Hanamann; in-laws, John and Elvina Bitzan; infant daughter, Susan Jane Hanamann; sister, Ruth Kantz, Ruth’s first husband Stanley Maedke, and her second husband, Melvin Kantz; brothers- and sisters-in-law, Earl (Vi) Bitzan, Elroy (Sylvia) Bitzan, Edger Bitzan, Melvin Mahut, Ethel (Earl) Glander, Elda (Ernald) Anderson, Eunice (Russell) Hanamann, Jean Jerovetz; as well as by nieces and nephews.
A PRIVATE FAMILY service will be held at Wiesner & Massart Funeral Home on Saturday, October 17, 2020 at 11:00 am with Pastor Carl Brewer officiating. Burial will follow in the St. John’s Cemetery in Luxemburg with full military rites. Live streaming of the service and committal will be shown on the Wiesner & Massart Funeral home Facebook page, www.facebook.com/AlgomaCascoFunerals. A link will be provided as well at www.wiesnermassart.com. Due to COVID-19, social distancing will be practiced and face masks must be worn. Online condolence messages may be shared at www.wiesnermassart.com. Cards and memorials can be sent to Wiesner & Massart Funeral Home, PO Box 128, Casco, WI 54205.
Ellen G. Post, 71, of Green Bay, died unexpectedly on Sunday, October 11, 2020 at her home following complications of the Covid-19 virus.
She was born in Kewaunee on October 21, 1948 to the late Frederick A. and Eleonora A. (Dahlke) Post.
Ellen was employed with Wisconsin Public Service for 45 years, until her retirement.
Ellen’s life was centered around her faith, devoting her time teaching Sunday School for 50 plus years.
Her enjoyments included quilting with a group at church and spending time with her family.
She was a very humble woman who would be ready to help others, always placing herself second.
Survivors include one brother, Roger (Carol) Post; four sisters, Jeanette Zeitler, Carol (James) Nemecek, Arlene Gruetzmacher, Shirley (Sheldon) Prodell; two sisters in law; Rita Post, Donna Post; six godchildren, Beth Lozinski, Cynthia Sohr, James Machut, Jean Pieschek, Joe Nemecek and Alexandra Lozinski; several nieces and nephews further survive.
Ellen was preceded in death by her parents; three brothers, Norman Post, Robert Post, Roy Post; one sister and three brothers in law, Bernice (Wally) Machut, Harold Zeitler, Wayne Gruetzmacher; a special friend, Rev. Richard Froehlich.
Friends may call at St. Paul Lutheran Church, (Town of Montpelier), N4108 County Road AB, Luxemburg, WI. 54217, between 9:00 and 10:45 am on Saturday, October 17, 2020.
A Private Family Memorial Service will be held at 11:00 am with Rev. Dr. Daniel Olson officiating.
Burial in St. Paul Lutheran Cemetery, Montpelier.
McMAHON FUNERAL HOME, LUXEMBURG, is assisting the Post Family. www.mcmahonfh.com
As a precaution to the Covid-19 virus we ask your cooperation with social distancing, wearing a face covering and hand sanitizing at the church, please.
A special thank you is extended to the Green Bay Police Department, the Green Bay Fire Department and the Brown County Medical Examiner’s office for your compassionate assistance when we needed your help.
Patricia (Pat) Wilkes Robison Sample passed on to heaven Saturday morning, October 10, 2020.
She is survived by son Jeffrey Robison; sisters, Kay (Wilkes) Morrison and Beverly (Wilkes) Rodgers; and several nieces and nephews. Preceding her in death were her husbands, Robert Robison (1984) and Max W. Sample (2010); and her parents, Robert and Mildred Wilkes.
Pat lived for many years in Indianapolis and was an active member of Ben Davis Christian Church, enjoying tending the children in the nursery. Upon retirement from Civil Service, she and her husband, Max, moved to her beloved Door County, Wisconsin. The three communities she loved dearly were Mt. Pulaski, Illinois, Indianapolis, Indiana and Door County Wisconsin.
After the move to Wisconsin, Pat worked part-time in the offices of McKeefry & Yeomans and The Ridges in Baileys Harbor until deciding to completely retire.
Graveside services will be held at Hopewell Cemetery on Route 47 near Lebanon, Indiana at 2:00 p.m. Saturday, October 17, 2020. Jerry Williams, retired Pastor of Ben Davis Christian Church will officiate with assistance from Strawmyer Drury Mortuary. The Buchanan & Cody Funeral Home in Jacksonville, IL is also assisting the family. Condolences may be left at buchanancody.com.
Helen M. Massart, age 98, Algoma, passed away on Sunday, October 11th, 2020. She was born September 2, 1922 in Algoma to the late Charles and Lucy (Jauquet) Rankin. She married Roy Massart on September 2, 1941 at Holy Name of Mary Church in Maplewood. Roy preceded her in death on March 21, 1996. Together, they farmed in the Forestville area before moving to Algoma in 1956. Helen worked for over 20 years at the Algoma Memorial Hospital and Long-Term Care. She was a member of St. Mary's Catholic Church, and the Rosary Society since 1957.
Helen is survived by her son, Donald (Sue) Massart; daughter, Diane Massart; grandson, Eric Webster; great-grandchildren, Kylee, Ethan and Logan; sister Ruth Meister; nieces and nephews; and dog, Ralphie.
She was preceded in death by her husband Roy in 1996; grandson, Steven Massart; sisters, Esther, Marie (Elmond) Harrison; brother Harold (Marion) Rankin; daughter-in-law, Bonnie Massart; her nephew Dean and his father, Gilbert Meister; as well as by brother-in-law and sister-in-law; and special friend Sherman Defnet.
Friends may call at St. Mary’s Catholic Church – Algoma on Friday, October 16th, from 10:00-11:00 am. Mass of Christian Burial will take place at 11:00 am with Fr. Alvan Amadi officiating. Burial will follow at the Evergreen Cemetery. Due to COVID-19, social distancing will be practiced and face masks must be worn. Online condolence messages may be shared at www.wiesnermassart.com.
The family would like to thank the staff at Algoma Long Term Care for their care and compassion in her final days.
Linda Ann Paul, 72, passed away on October 9, 2020. She was born on July 13, 1948 to the late Arthur and LaVerne (Heim) Dart. On April 8, 1967 she married James Paul who preceded her in death on January 6, 2008. Linda worked as a Home Health Care Aide for most of her life.
She enjoyed knitting hats and gloves to donate to kids charities, she was a member of the Holy Rosary Society working for funeral meals at Holy Trinity, she was an advocate for mental health where she volunteered to assist patients. She led a faithful life, and loved her grandkids, great-grandkids, and of course her chocolates.
Linda is survived by her children, Richard (Kaye) Paul of Oklahoma, Christine (Thomas) Raimbault of Illinois; grandchildren, Sarah, Matthew, Hannah Paul, Megan, and Lauren Raimbault; great-grandchildren, Porter and Wade Paul; brothers, Randy, Kevin, and Brian (special friend Debbie) Dart; and sister, Roxanne (Dan) Lohrey. She was preceded in death by her husband, James; parents, Arthur and LaVerne Dart; father and mother-in-law, Leland and Florence Paul.
Visitation will take place at Holy Trinity Catholic Church - Casco on Wednesday, October 14, 2020 from 9:00 to 10:45 am. Mass of Christian Burial will take place at 11:00 am with Fr. Daniel Schuster officiating. Burial to follow in the church cemetery. Due to COVID-19, social distancing will be practiced and face masks are to be worn. Online condolences may be shared at www.wiesnermassart.com.
Lisa Diane Phillips Brandt died October 10, 2020 at the age of 42. After a life time of health battles, she was carried home by angels to her Savior where she will no longer experience pain and suffering. She was a resident of Columbia Heights, Minnesota.
Lisa was born on August 24, 1978 in Green Bay to Daniel and Linda Phillips. At the age of 2, Lisa was diagnosed with kidney disease. She was one of the youngest kidney transplant recipients in the state of Wisconsin and was the poster child for the Wisconsin Kidney Foundation from 1984 to 1985. As an adult, Lisa also worked to share information on the importance of organ donation. Lisa graduated from Southern Door High School in 1997.
She married Keith Brandt at First Baptist Church of Sturgeon Bay on December 29, 2001. Keith was the love of her life and best husband. He took such thoughtful, loving care of Lisa and her family is ever so grateful. Lisa’s dogs, Honey and Phoebe, were very special to her and she cared for them as her children.
She had the largest heart in the smallest body. Her family expresses their eternal gratitude to God that they were able to have her in their lives for so many years. She was not expected to live past the age of 3. She had four kidney transplants over her lifetime, survived cancer, and made it past countless unbeatable odds. Now she rests in the arms of God.
Lisa loved children; she could not have them of her own but deeply loved her nieces and nephews. She was passionate about cooking and making jewelry, and she loved to travel to Door County as well as visit the Renaissance Fair.
She is survived by her husband Keith, her parents Daniel and Linda Phillips; her siblings Pamela (Jarrod) Parks, Kevin (Krissy) Phillips, and Matt (Mistie Kostka) Phillips; mother in law Beverly (Richard) Moline. Brother in law Roy (Elisa) Brandt and sister in law Crystal (Tom) Olson. Nieces and nephews: Helen, Isaac and Evelyn Parks; Riley and Ross Phillips, Trenton (Amanda and Axl) and Carter Phillips, and Marina and Campbell Sconzert; Kate and Zoe Brandt; and Joshua (Larissa) and Melody Olson. Those who proceeded her in death include her grandparents, Bernard and Loretta LeRoy, Richard and Helen Phillips, and father in law Roy Brandt.
A public visitation will be held at the First Baptist Church of Sturgeon Bay on Thursday, Oct. 15, 2020 from 4:30 pm until 7:00 pm. All in attendance are required to wear face masks and respect appropriate social distancing. Lisa’s favorite color was purple so visitors are invited to wear something purple in her honor. A private family service will be conducted following the visitation. The service will be lived streamed on the Forbes Funeral Home business face book page starting at 7:00 pm. Burial will be in the St. Francis and St. Mary Parish Cemetery. Forbes Funeral Home is assisting the family.
Beth Nadine (Cornell) Cline of Lockport, Illinois was born April 27, 1951 to Charlotte and Byron Cornell on Washington Island, Wisconsin. She passed away October 9, 2020 in New Lenox, Illinois.
Beth spent her first 18 years on Washington Island enjoying Island activities such as sledding, skating, drag racing and pistol shooting. Beth attended Bethel Evangelical Free Church, attending Sunday school, frequently singing with her brother, Rodney and being confirmed. Beth attended Washington Island Schools and graduated in 1969. Last year, the Class of ’69 held their fiftieth class reunion which Beth enjoyed immensely. After graduation, Beth moved to Lockport, Illinois where she raised her two children, worked in a nursing home, and drove forklift at a grocery distribution warehouse.
Family was Beth’s greatest joy and satisfaction. She and her grandson Jamie, (with whom she shared a special love relationship) made frequent trips to Washington Island to attend family gatherings, not wanting to miss any. Beth was an excellent cook, preparing meals and canned items which were enjoyed by neighbors, friends, and family. Beth and husband Larry enjoyed time at flea markets and antique shops, searching for items to decorate her home, adding to the decor of sentimental items from her past. Beth was a gift giver, lavishly bestowing gifts to all she knew. Beth loved taking her granddaughter Morgan to Sunday school.
Beth is survived by her husband, Larry; daughter, Tammy (Tom) Eymer; son, Duane (Jessica) Robison; step-children, Christal and Danny; grandchildren, Jamie, Jessica, Michael, Dylan, Darren, Olivia, Morgan; and one great-grandson, Andy of whom Beth was especially proud, showing pictures to all; sisters, Everall Jorgenson and Glenna (Don) Riewe; sister-in-law, Eileen Cornell; and many nieces, nephews, cousins, friends and neighbors. Beth will be greatly missed by all; some heart holes are just too big to fill.
Beth was preceded in death by infant son, David; her parents; brothers, Gilmore and Rodney; and brother-in-law, Chuck Jorgenson.
Funeral services will be held in Lockport at O’Neil Funeral Home with Pastor Gil Palmer of First Baptist Church officiating and on Washington Island at Bethel Church with Pastor Rick Smith officiating. Burial to follow in Washington Island Cemetery next to her big brother, Rod.
COVID protocols will be followed for services, 25% capacity, social distancing throughout, temperature checks at the door, masks are required and hand sanitizer will be provided. For those not able to attend, the service on Washington Island will be broadcasted on Saturday at Casperson Funeral Home Facebook page.
The family thanks all for their prayers. Also, to the doctors and nurses of Silver Cross Hospital. O’Neil and Casperson Funeral Homes and the pastors.
Expressions of sympathy, memories and photos of Beth may be shared with her family through her tribute page at www.caspersonfuneralhome.com
William “Curly” Carl Selvick, 90, of Sturgeon Bay passed away at home Thursday morning, October 8, 2020.
He was born May 1, 1930 in Sturgeon Bay, the son of John and Minnie (Jacobson) Selvick. Curly left high school in Sturgeon Bay at the age of 17 to work on Freighters. He served his country in the United States Marine Corps. Curly married Bonnie Erwin, and together, they owned and operated Selvick Marine Towing in Sturgeon Bay for nearly 26 years.
Curly loved being on the water; he loved owning and running the tugboat business. He enjoyed gambling, horse racing, his trips to the casino, and eating at his favorite restaurants until a week ago. Curly left a lasting impression to all those who met him. He was a man who did it his way until his death.
Curly is survived by his four children, (triplets): Steven (Theresa) Selvick, Susan Londo, Sharon (Roger) Opiela,, all of Sturgeon Bay, and Carla (Mike) Paulman of Fort Walton Beach, FL; seven grandchildren, Carl (Samantha) Selvick of Cambridge, WI, Stephanie (Rachael) Selvick of Cottage Grove, WI, Jackie (Aaron) Holzemer of White Bear Lake, MN, Rick (Angel) Nebel, Cameron Opiela, Nicki Opiela, and Christopher Ford, all of Sturgeon Bay; five great-grandchildren, Oliver and Everett Selvick, Kameron, Drew, and Angela Nebel and other relatives.
He was preceded in death by parents, John and Minnie (Jacobson) Selvick; two sons, Melvin and John Selvick; two brothers, Melvin and Raymond Selvick; and other relatives.
A memorial service will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Monday, October 12, 2020 at Huehns Funeral Home in Sturgeon Bay with Rev. Ray Connor officiating. (Dual-chapel occupancy will be limited to 50 people [25 in each chapel].) Those attending the service are to wear face masks and maintain social distancing. Temperature checks and hand sanitizer will be provided upon entry into the funeral home.
Military honors by the Marine Corps League Door Peninsula Detachment 1130 and the Weber-Tess AMVETS Post 51 will follow the service at the funeral home.
Curly will be laid to rest in Mount Olive Cemetery in the Town of Sturgeon Bay.
A special thanks goes to his caregiver, Dale Burns, for the daily care given (to Curley) the past two years.
Carol Ann Jacquart, 80, Sturgeon Bay passed away at Sturgeon Bay Health Services on October 8, 2020. She was born March 3, 1940, in Kewaunee County to Glenway and Myrtle (Kudick) Luedtke. She graduated from Kewaunee High School. On May 3, 1974, she married Donald Jacquart at St. Peter’s Church in Kewaunee. He preceded her in death on August 25, 1992. Carol was a realtor for American Home Realty. She loved people, bowling and playing cards.
Survivors include her three children, Kevin (Daisy) Haegele; Kandace Haegele and Kim Haegele; three grandchildren, Alex (Marge) Vlies; Samantha (Ron) Zitlow; Jennifer (Alex) Ryterski; three great grandchildren; a brother, Roger (Jan) Luedtke; two sisters, Linda (Roger) Neuzil; Lou Ann (Ray) Easton. She was preceded in death by her parents and husband, Donald.
Funeral Services will be 11:00 a.m. Tuesday, October 13, 2020 at St. Peter’s Lutheran Church, the Rev. Joel Sauer officiating. Burial will be in Bayside Cemetery. Friends may call at the church after 10:00 a.m. Tuesday until time of services. Forbes Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. On-line condolences may be offered at forbesfuneralhome.com
It is with deep sorrow and much love, that we mourn the passing of our beloved mother, grandmother, and great grandmother, Jeanette M. Barta, 95, formerly of Rio Creek, on Monday, October 5, 2020, due to complications from Covid-19. Jeanette was born on December 31, 1924, to the late Charles and Hilda (Simon) Faken in Forestville, where she later had her first job helping in her dad’s cheese factory. She graduated from Algoma High School in 1942 and went on to attend Wisconsin Rural Normal School Door-Kewaunee Counties and graduated in 1944 with a degree in elementary teaching. It was her love of big band dancing where she met her future husband. On September 26, 1946, she married Donald F. Barta, at St Mary’s Catholic Church, Maplewood, after he returned from serving in the United States Army during World War II. They farmed in Kodan until 1958, when they sold the farm and purchased the Rio Creek Feed Mill, which they operated together for 30 years, with her help as bookkeeper. Mom loved her flower and vegetable gardens, along with knitting, sewing, card playing, playing piano, and large holiday family gatherings.
She is survived by her five children, Bob (Jane), New Franken, Mary (Tony) Vogel, Brussels, Dave (Sandy), New Franken, Jerry (Tammy), Rio Creek, and Jeanne Stangel (special friend Todd), New Franken; 13 grandchildren, Heidi, Dan, and Darren Barta; Nick and Steve Vogel; Janel Barta and Stacie Orlikowski; Adam, Jake, and Sam Barta; Jessie Mommaerts, Cassie and Cayla Stangel; and 18 great grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her husband, parents, her father and mother-in-law, Frank and Adeline Barta, her sister Lorraine (Bob) Geitner, brother Roger (Colleen) Faken, sister-in-law Joyce (George) Roberts, and grandson Andy Barta.
On Tuesday, October 13, 2020, NO VISITATION, and PRIVATE MASS of Christian burial, will be held at St Mary’s Catholic Church, Algoma, with Jeanette’s favorite elementary student, the Rev. Anthony Birdsall, officiating and Rev. Bill O’Brien Co-Celebrant. PRIVATE entombment to follow at the Shrine of the Good Shepherd Mausoleum.
The SCHINDERLE FUNERAL HOME, Algoma, assisted the family with arrangements.
Evelyn M. Hendricks, 62, Algoma, passed away Tuesday, October 6, 2020 after a courageous battle with Cancer.
She was born January 18, 1958 in Green Bay to the late Ervin H. and Dolores J. (Barry) Gegare. Evelyn went on to marry the love of her life, Michael F. Hendricks in Green Bay on May 19, 1979.
Evelyn loved to travel with friends, especially when it was some where tropical, but never turned down a road trip with her dear friend Terry!
She loved to craft and was always coming up with the most creative and beautiful pieces to give to her family and friends every chance she got. If you ever met Evelyn, you likely have one of her projects as a gift in your home.
Her love of baking was enjoyed by everyone around her. She never turned away the chance to try the latest and greatest recipe regardless of how difficult the recipe may seem. Evelyn shared her baking skills with everyone, even folks she did not know very well would often reflect on her amazing desserts.
He ability to keep us all on our toes and her unique charm will be missed by all who knew her.
She is survived by her husband of 41 years, Michael and two daughters and three sons in law, Katie (Jesse) Derenne, Duvall; Kari (Tim) LeFevre, Casco; Kiely Ramirez; six grandchildren, Brianna Vander heyden, Samantha, Natalie and Shelby Derenne, Mason and Ciara LeFevre; two sisters Judy (Toby) Smits, Mary Gegare; one brother Jimmy (Lois) Gegare; brothers in law and sisters in law, Nancy (John) Kazik, David (Christine) Hendricks, Karen (Greg) Brandt, Kathy Hendricks, Chris (Teri) Hendricks, Paul (Jackie) Hendricks; many nieces, nephews and a multitude of great friends further survive.
Evelyn is preceded in death by her parents; step father Jerry Edges; her oldest daughter Stacey Ramirez; her mother in law and father in law Elaine and Jerome Hendricks; two brothers Bobbie Gegare, David Gegare; two sisters and two brothers in law Elayne (Neil McNulty) Gegare, Karen Berry, Danny Hendricks; special nieces Angel Krueger, Bobbie Jo Solchenberger; a very dear friend, Emily Talken.
Friends may call 9:00 am to 10:45 am Wednesday, October 14, 2020 at St. Peter Church, Lincoln. Funeral 11:00 am on Wednesday with Rev. Edward Looney officiating. Burial in St. Peter Cemetery, Lincoln.
Precautionary steps against the Covid-19 virus will be suggested upon entering the church, hand sanitizing, wearing a face covering and social distancing is appreciated.
McMAHON FUNERAL HOME, LUXEMBURG is assisting the Hendricks Family. www.mcmahonfh.com
A special thank you is extended to everyone who has helped make Evelyn’s life extra special rather than treating her as if she were “Fragile” during these last few years. She was absolutely a fighter!
Sharon Ann Stahl, age 77, of Luxemburg, passed away on Sunday, October 4, 2020. Sharon was born March 26, 1943 to Quintin H. and Myrtle L (Hendricks) Veeser. Sharon was instilled with a great work ethic from early on where she helped on the family farm. On January 5, 1963, she married her sweetheart Denis E. Stahl at St. Mary Church, Luxemburg. Denis and Sharon lived in Green Bay for a number of years raising their two daughters until 1980 when they built their home in Luxemburg. Sharon worked at Straubel Paper Mill on Green Bay’s east side until 1968. She then was employed by Pauly Cheese Company which later became Beatrice Cheese until the plant closed in 1988. Sharon didn’t sit idle after her early retirement. She helped Denis with cutting and weed eating at his brother’s farm along with maintaining their own property. He preceded Sharon in death on October 4, 2016.
Sharon has a servant heart and was devoted to helping with her parents’ care until the day they each passed. She was passionate about keeping a tidy house and yard and could be seen at all hours cutting, weed eating or raking leaves on her property. In the winter she would get a head start on shoveling her driveway until help arrived. Sharon loved volunteering at her church as an usher and kitchen assistant. She would frequently talk about the fun church events she helped with and how much joy it brought her.
Sharon is survived by her daughters Carol (Keith) Van Eyck, Bellevue, and Lynn (Tim) Jonet, De Pere; five grandchildren, Jenni Davis, Christine Davis, Christopher Davis, Amber Jonet and Alyssa Jonet; one great granddaughter, Alianna.
She is further survived by three brothers and two sisters-in-law, Russell (Sherry) Veeser, Richard Veeser and special friend Debby, of Luxemburg; Randy (Cindy) Veeser, Green Bay; three sisters and two brothers-in-law, Rosey Pichette, Green Bay; Bonnie (Edsel) Charles, TN; Cindy (Romy) Szozda, FL; brothers in law and sisters in law, Lary (Michele) Stahl, Glen (Wendy) Stahl, Bernadine Mathu, all of Luxemburg; Nancy Stahl, Jeanette Nowak, both of Green Bay; Virginia Goeble, New Franken; Chris Stahl, Kewaunee; numerous nieces and nephews.
Sharon was preceded in death by her husband, Denis Stahl; sister Lois (Randy) Zimmerman; brothers-in-law, Tom Pichette, Gerald Stahl, Jim Stahl, Mike “Mickey” Stahl, Gerald Mathu.
Due to the increased Covid outbreak in our communities the Stahl Family would like to keep the funeral service for Sharon PRIVATE, only to protect others.
We can feel the love and prayers you are sending!
McMahon Funeral Home, Luxemburg is assisting the Stahl Family. www.mcmahonfh.com
Joan Frances Mitchell, 86, Howards Grove, formerly of Algoma, died Monday October 5, 2020 at the Harvest Home in Howards Grove. She was born January 9, 1934 in Detroit, MI to George and Gladys (Goddard) Carpen.
Joan married George Crithfield in Oakland CA in 1954. Then she married Donald Mitchell in Detroit, MI. September 19, 1964.
Joan enjoyed training and showing dogs including field trials. She became a certified scuba diver and learned to sail in her 60's. She was a past officer of the Wisconsin Federation of Republican Women. She exemplified life long learning, taking many classes in a variety of subjects. She also enjoyed the time she spent with her grandchildren and traveling to Cancun, Mexico.
Joan was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in Sturgeon Bay.
Joan is survived by her five children son, George Crithfield, daughter Valerie Crithfield, son Steven Crithfield (Eric Schockman), daughter Margaret (Brent) Garner and son Paul (Mary) Mitchell; 14 grandchildren, 18 great-grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents, first husband George, second husband Donald, October 18, 2009, sister Violet, brother Jack and two sisters-in-law Irene and Valerie.
Family and friends may gather at the SCHINDERLE FUNERAL HOME, Algoma, on Saturday, October 10, 2020 from 10:00 AM until the time of services at 12:00 PM.
Burial to follow at the Evergreen Cemetery.
Express your sympathy, memories or pictures on Joan's tribute page at www.schinderle.com
Covid 19 procedures will be followed by wearing masks and social distancing.
Jeff Laurent, 78, Algoma, passed away Sunday, October 4, 2020 after a courageous battle with mesothelioma. He was born August 17, 1942 in Algoma to Victor and Emma Laurent.
Jeff married Diane Fulp in Kewaunee on March 6, 1965.
Jeff had worked various jobs until his job at the Algoma Hardwoods where he worked for 43 years. He was an avid fisherman, bird watcher and playing cards with his family and friends. He also enjoyed his flower garden and cutting his lawn. You would always see him riding his moped or his three wheel bicycle around town. He would brag about the number of squirrels he trapped and then would let go in the wild. Jeff was a stubborn old belgian, but a very loving and kind belgian. He was always very proud of his grandsons and held and took care of Jame's and Tyler's toy tractor collection that was in Jeff's basement. Jeff will be remembered by his famous words, "Don't you go away hungry".
Jeff is survived by his wife of 55 years, Diane, two daughters Vicky Laurent (Gregg Viste) and Susan Soukup; four grandson James Kruswick (financ'ee Kate Todd), Tyler (Destini) Kruswick, Corey Kruswick and Jordan Soukup; three great grandsons Brennan Kruswick, Coltin Downing and Wyatt Kruswick; two sisters Agatha McKowski and Rita Syka; brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law Daniel (Geraldine) Matuszak and Charlotte (Sylven) Konkel; many nieces and nephews
He was preceded in death by his parents, two sisters and two half-brothers.
Family and friends may gather at the SCHINDERLE FUNERAL HOME, Algoma, Friday, October 9, 2020 from 10:00 AM until the time of services at 11:30 AM with Rev. John Moll officiating. Burial to follow in the Evergreen Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers memorials may go to the Mesothelioma Applied Research Foundation or the Door Kewaunee Fish for Kids Event.
Express your sympathies, memories or pictures to Jeff's tribute page at www.schinderle.com.
Covid recommendations will be followed with masks required and social distancing at the funeral home.
Surrounded by his family, Ronald Richard Sweetman, 80, of Sturgeon Bay went to his heavenly home to be in the presence of his Savior on Sunday, October 4, 2020, after a 1 ½ year struggle with cancer.
Ron was born in Manitowoc on August 30, 1940, to Walter and Violet (Potratz) Sweetman. He was a 1958 graduate of Lincoln HS, Manitowoc, WI and served his country in the US Navy from 1958 – 1961. He retired after 34 years of employment at Bay Shipbuilding in Sturgeon Bay.
Ron married Audrey Klann on July 7, 1962, at St. John-St. James Lutheran Church, Reedsville, WI. They were blessed with two children, Christine and Scott and three granddaughters, Amber Young, and Jessica and Lauren Sweetman. He was a longtime and faithful member of St. Peter’s Lutheran Church.
In his early years, Ron played with many slow pitch softball teams in Door County. He also played fast pitch softball for 12 years, winning 2 championships with some great players behind him. He also enjoyed bowling for a number of years. In later years, Ron spent time umpiring games at the softball field.
Some of the best times Ron enjoyed were spent watching Christine and Scott participate in high school sports. He truly treasured the time he spent with family.
More recently, Ron enjoyed reading autobiographies and spy fiction, doing crossword puzzles, WDOR Trivia, and playing sheepshead and cribbage with friends.
Surviving are his wife, Audrey; children, Christine (Michael) Young, Hancock, MI; Scott (Kelly) Sweetman, Appleton; granddaughters, Amber (fiancé, Kyle McLean) Young, Bozeman, MT; Jessica and Lauren Sweetman, Appleton, WI; sister-in-law, JoAnn Krahn, Brillion, WI; brother-in-law, Gene (Kathy) Klann, Greensboro, NC; and many family and friends.
Ron was preceded in death by his parents; sister and brother-in-law, Ludene and Richard Stock; and brother-in-law, Howard Krahn.
Friends may call at St. Peter’s Lutheran Church on Friday, Oct. 9, 2020 from 9:00 am to 11:00 am. A funeral service will be conducted at 11:00 am by the Rev. Carl Schroeder. Burial with military honors will be conducted at Schumacher Cemetery. Face masks are required, and social distancing measures will be implemented for all in attendance. Memorial donations are requested to St. Peter’s Lutheran Church, Tuition Assistance Fund. Forbes Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
“Your child will teach you more than you will every teach them.”
With deepest sorrow, we announce that Paul Lyle Bonlander, 42, of Denmark, our most beloved son, brother, family member and friend, passed away on Saturday morning, September 26, 2020. Paul was born on June 30, 1978.
He graduated from Syble Hopp, Class of 2000.
Those who knew Paul, even just a little, lost a shinning light in their lives. Though he faced a myriad of challenges that set him apart from his peers in many ways, Paul showed us perseverance and inner strength through all that he overcame throughout his life.
He is survived in this world by his loving parents, Lyle and Rosie Bonlander, his two brothers, Dale (Michelle), Chuck; his sister, Dawn (Randy Gilson), nephews, Joshua, Nicholas, Noah Bonlander, Lance and Colin Gilson. Paul is further survived by his aunts and uncles, Terry (Bonnie) Bonlander, Wil and Lynnette Pernell, Tom and Linda Paider, Ron and Mary Paider, William and Jo Ann Krueger, Steve and Patti Paider, Dennis and Sandy Duckett, Jerry Paider; several cousins.
Those he will meet in Heaven include his grandparents, William and Genevieve Bonlander, Benedict Sr. and Marie Paider; godparents, Benedict Paider Jr. and Eleanor Schultz; uncles, Dale, Ron, Mark Bonlander; aunts, Jovita Bonlander and Lynn Paider.
Friends may call between 9:00 and 10:45 am on Monday, October 5, 2020 at St. Lawrence Church, Stangelville.
Funeral 11:00 am on Monday at the church with Rev. Dennis Drury officiating, Rev. William O’Brien concelebrating and Christal Wavrunek assisting.
Burial in St. Lawrence Cemetery.
Precautionary steps are requested due to the Covid-19 virus. Respect taken in social distancing and wearing a face covering is strongly suggested.
McMAHON FUNERAL HOME, LUXEMBURG is assisting the Bonlander Family. www.mcmahonfh.com
A heartfelt thank you is extended to the staff of Door County Memorial Hospital.
In lieu of flowers, Paul’s family asks that memorials to Sunshine House, Inc in Sturgeon Bay, WI be placed in his memory.
Obituaries are provided as a service of the
Schinderle Funeral Home of Algoma
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