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Randolph Jefferson Neeham - Chilton Times July 1, 1905
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Last Taps Sounded


Captain Randolph Jefferson Neeham, a Grand Old Man of Calumet County, Answers the Final Roll Call

The death of Captain Needham which was briefly announced in last week's issue of The Times marks the passing of one of the most honored and beloved citizens of calumet County. The village of Stockbridge, the Captain's home for the past half a century, is in general mourning for what each one deems a personal loss; but sorrow for the deceased is not confined to Stockbridge alone, the entire county feels the bereavement and is universally grieved.

Randolph Jefferson Needham was born in Lyons, Wayne County, New York, March 9th, 1828. At the age of 9 years he went to Skaneateles, Onondago county, to live with an uncle. When eighteen years of age he served an apprenticeship at the wagon-maker's trade and in 1850 he came to Wisconsin, locating at stockbridge where his friend, Harvey Brewer, had preceded him and was established in the blacksmith business. Mr Needham built a "lean to" on Brewer's blacksmith shop and began his first wagon making in this county. Here he labored until 1858 when he left for the Southern States in quest of health. When the war broke out he returned to Stockbridge and enlisted in Co. K, of the Forth Wisconsin regiment of Volunteer infantry, April 19th 1861, one of proudest events of his life. He was transferred to the cavalry in 1863 and in 1865 he was mustered out a captain. Returning to his home town he resumed his trade at which he labored faithfully ever since, and in the same place.

He took an unusual interest in politics, was always a staunch, Republican and served as treasurer of his town for over a quarter of a century. It is safe to say that no other man was so highly respected or well beloved by the citizens of Stockbridge as he. He was indeed one of nature's nobleman, the soul of honor, of purity of thought and action; and those who were intimately associated with him for the past fifty years say that he was never know to utter a profane word or listen to a vulgar story without showing disapproval of it.

It is impossible that the influence of such a life as Captain Needhams could be extringuisted when that life is ended. Longfellow says:

"When a great man dieu,
For years beyond our ken,
The light he leaves behind him lies
Upon the paths of men."

Surely the Captain's survivors, who were fortunate enough to have lived within the circle of his friendship will be made purer and stronger thereby.

Captain Needham never married and his only surviving relative is a sister two years his junior, who arrived from Norway, New York, a few hours before his death. He never made a profession of faith or religion preferring like the immortal abou Ben Adhem to be written "as one who loved his fellowmen.:" In Ben Adlem's case the recording angel returned "and showed the names whom love of God had blessed, and lo! Ben Adhem's name led all the rest." It is sure to be so with Captain Needham.

The funeral was held at 10:30 o'clock on Saturday last at the Congregational church at Stockbridge and was impressive to a great degree. Besides the religious service by the pastor, Rev. S. G. Ruegg, an eloquent and touching eulogy on the deceased was given by his lifelong friend and admirer, S. M. Scott. Wm. B. Minabau, also a friend of the captain's and a brother Idd Fellow, paid a tribute of love and admiration to the deceased. Interment was made in the Portland Cemetery, Brant, the Odd Fellows conducting the services at the grave. The funeral was a large one, many friends from various parts of the county and also from Oshkosh and Winneconne being present.


Jeffery Newell - Chilton Times Novemer 30, 1867
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An Old Settler Dead-We regret to announce that Eelder Jeffery Newell, died in this town, on the 23d inst., at ripe age of 83. The deceased was a resident of this county for about 20 years and was beloved and respected by a large circle of friends who deeply regret his death. He was an honest, upright man and we have never yet heard any one utter an unkind word against Elder Newell, although he was not at all backward in expressing his political views, which like those of the good old men of the past generation, were Democratic to the core, and of which the Elder was justly proud.

The deceased was the father of Stewart Newell and Mrs. Nightengale, of Fond du Lac, and Jason Newell, and Mrs. J. B. Sweet and Mrs. West, of this county and was grandfather of Gen. B. J. Sweet, now of Illinois.


Albert North - Chilton Times May 7, 1892
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Albert North, who died at Calumet on the 18th ult., came to Wisconsin in 1846, commenced business in 1848, and has remained in it continuously until his death. His sudden death terminates the career of one of the earliest and most substantial pioneers of Fond du Lac County. His life history is prominently indentified with the settlement and development of one of the richest portions of the state. He was a prominent character in his community, and during his long residence filled many positions of honor and trust. He possessed in a marked degree those traits of character that inspire confidence among men, and his well trained mind and methodical habits were of great value in his town's early history. For nearly half a century he has hardly ever left his place of business. Mr. North socially, was inclined somewhat to exclusiveness, yet to his intimate friends he always attentive and cordial in a marked degree. That Mr. North combined the qualities necessary to insure a successful business career, is apparent from results. He leaves a large estate, carefully invested, as a monument of sterling integrity and faithfulness.

Albert North was born at Fly Creek, Otsego County, New York, February 5th 1823. Eight nephews and nieces are surviving heirs to his estate. The funeral services ere conducted by Rev. John Baltzly, at his home in Calumetville, Clayton H North, of Minneapolis, and George L. North of Green Bay, relatives, being present.

The remains were taken to Ripon, and were buried by the side of his brother Ceylon North. Services at the grave were conducted by Prof. Merrill of Ripon College. Albert North was the last of a family of eight children. He had never married and his estate in the absence of a will goes to surviving nephews and nieces.


John G. Nageler - June 18, 1892
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At his home in the town of New Holstein on June 10th, John G. Nafeler, aged 65 years 6 months and 3 days.

The deceased was the father of Principal John Nageler of the High School of this city. He was born in Grand Duchy of Oldenburg, Germany, Dec. 13, 1826, where he spent his boyhood days. He attended the college at Hanover, Germany and graduated as a veterinary surgeon. In the war in Schleswig and Holstein he served as army veterinary surgeon. In 1872 he came to America and the following year moved to the town of New Holstein, where he has since resided. He leaves a wife, one son and a daughter to mourn his death. He was a man held in high esteem by his neighbors and friends, all of whom turned out on Sunday last to assist in performing the last sad rites at the New Holstein cemetery.


Agnes Neuber
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On Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Carl Neuber, one of the pioneer residents of Kloten in the town of Stockbridge, passed away at the advanced age of 84 years.

Agnes Krautelt was born in Germany and in 1857 she immigrated with a party of friends to America They came to Kloten, which place has been her home since. The same year she was married to Carl Neuber and they moved onto the farm now owned by her son, Alfred, which she and her husband cleared of the heavy timber and where they raised a large family of children who are now respected citizens of our country. On August 23, 1905 her husband and companion died and she has remained on the old homestead waiting for the final summons to join her husband of her youth. She was an industrious woman, working incessantly for the interest of her family as only a true wife and mother knew how. For the past few years, although able to be up and around, she gradually failed, but would occasionally come to town to visit her daughters. Death was due to old age. She was a devout Christian and was one of the charter members of St. Elizabeh Church from which she was buried at 10:00 on Friday a.m. Fr. J.H. Huhn celebrating Requiem Mass with interment in the family lot in St. Elizabeth's cemetery.

She is survied by two sons, Alfred and Oswald, Stockbridge, and six daughters, Mrs. Peter Anderson of South Kaukauna, Mrs. William Diercks of Mohall, North Dakota; Mrs. Peter Watry of Los Angelos, California; Mrs. Michael Miller and Mrs. Ernest Teuber, Chilton and Miss Olive Neuber at the old home.


Mrs. James Nolan - February 13, 1864
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Sudden Death - On Monday evening while Mrs. James Nolan of this town was visiting at a neighbors in company with her husband, she fell from her chair and expired instantly. It is presumed that she was troubled with disease of the heart. Mr. N. has our heartfelt sympathy in his sad and unexpected bereavement.


Earl J. Neuber - Appleton Post Crescent - May 8, 2002
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Neuber, Earl J.
N4151 Long Road, Chilton

Age 75, died on Monday, May 6, 2002 at Chilton Health & Rehabilitation Center in Chilton.

He was born September 27, 1926 in Chicago, Illinois, son of the late George & Marie {Krutzik} Neuber.

Earl married Aurelia Meveriden on May 27, 1947 at St. Anthony Church in Oconto Falls. She preceded him in death on September 14, 1981.

Earl was the Owner and Operator of Earls Rides, a carnival rides company, for 46 years until his retirement in 1999.

He was member of St. Mary Catholic Church in Chilton and a member of the Chilton VFW post #3153.

Earl is survived by six children: Peggy Neuber, Chilton; Cheryl {Maynard} Landwehr, Greenleaf; George {Jessie} Neuber, Chilton; Marie {Douglas Fink} Neuber, Larsen; Earl J. Neuber II, Green Bay; and Paul {Cindy} Neuber, Chilton; 14 grandchildren: Oscar, Brandon, Abbygayl, Gabe, Apryl, Seth, Nathan, Matthew, Amber, Jake, Monica, Niki, Kandi, & Travis; and seven Great Grandchildren.

Funeral Services will be held at 1:00 PM on Friday, May 10, 2002 at Wieting Funeral Home {411 W. Main St.} in Chilton with the Reverend Norman Krutzik officiating. Burial will be in St. Elizabeth Catholic Cemetery in Kloten.

Friends may call at the Wieting Funeral Home from 3:00 - 8:00 on Thursday, May 9, 2002 and on Friday at the funeral home from 11:00 - 12:30. Parish prayer service will be held Thursday evening at 7:00 PM.


Ann Nolan - May 4, 1867
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At her residence in Chilton, on Saturday night the 27th ult. Mrs. Ann Nolan-wife of John Nolan, and daughter of John Forkin-aged 33 years.

Her remains were followed to the grave by a large concourse of relatives and friends who admired her many virtues and deeply regretted her untimely decease.


Amanda Newell - September 16, 1905
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Passing Of A Pioneer Settler

Mrs. Amanda Newell, Widow of the Late Lieutenant Stewart Newell, Died Monday at the Age of Eighty-one.

On Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock Mrs. Amanda Newell died at her home in this city, of old age and general debility. Though she had been failing gradually for the past year she was confined to her bed but one week before her death. Amanda Chesebro was born in Oneida County, N. Y., Nov. 14, 1824. She was married in her native town, to Stewart Newell, Oct. 11, 1840 and together they came to Wisconsin in 1848, settling on a farm in the town of Brothertown. At the end of a year they left the farm and moved to Illinois, but returned to Wisconsin the next year and settled on a farm in Chilton town. Two years later they moved to this city and have lived here since, her husband dying nearly two years ago. Mrs. Newell's death marks the passing of the last of the pioneer settlers of this city. She was widely known and highly respected, her kindness of heart and universal charity being specially appreciated and commented on by those who knew her. Her home was a refuge for the orphan and homeless and besides her own family of three daughters she raised and tenderly cared for five orphan grand children, two of whom were present at her funeral, Mrs. Jas. Nugent, who took care of her for the past five years, and Mrs. Hugh Jones, of Fond du Lac. She was a devout Christian, a member of the Congregational church in which she took a active interest, even in her old age, and from which she was buried on Thursday p.m., Rev. S. E. Chrisitie, of Stockbridge, conducting the funeral services. The deceased is survived by two sisters, Mrs L. Fields, of Lena and Mrs. N. Heil, of this city, and three brothers, Frank Chesebro, of Chilton town, Fred of Caraway, Iowa, and Isaac, of California. Those from out of town who attended the funeral are: Mrs. Hugh Jones, sons Stewart and John, of Fond du Lac, Mrs John Nugent, of Oshkosh, Mrs. Eva Nugent, of Kaukauna, Mrs. B. Curtiss, of New Holstein.


May Nicholson - Chilton Times - February 20, 1904
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The Sheboygan Journal of Feb. 11, gives the following notice of the death of a daughter-in-law of Geo. Nicholson of Charlestown.

"The funeral of the late Mrs. Jas. Nicholson took place on Thursday morning from the Grooms home at Waldo and the interment was made in Mt. Pleasant near Cascade.

Mrs. Jas. Nicholson came to Waldo a week ago Monday and had been confined to her bed a greater part of the time since. On Monday afternoon, however, she was sitting up and had been talking to member of the family when she suddenly fainted away and before anyone reached her side she was gone. Her death was caused by hear disease from which she been a sufferer for some time. While it was thought that death might come at any time the news of her passing away came as a great shock.

Mrs. Nicholson, whose maiden name was May Grooms, was the only daughter of Mr. And Mrs. V. R. Grooms. She was born March 21st, 1871, near Cascade, thereby making her nearly thirty-three years in age. She made her home in that vicinity up to the time of her marriage to Jas. Nicholson about twelve years ago, and since then had resided in Sheboygan. Besides her husband she leaves two sons, aged four and six years , also her parents and two brothers, Charles and Henry Grooms of Waldo."

Geo. Nicholson and wife. Fred and Frank Nicholson and Miss Katie Nicholson, of Charlestown, attended the funeral which was held on Thursday last week.


Marie Nadler - Chilton Times Journal - Saturday, February 1, 1919
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Home in Deep Mourning

The home of Anton Nadler in the town of Stockbridge, was made desolate on Monday afternoon at about five o'clock, when the wife and mother was summoned by death after an illness of six days from influenza-pneumonia. A strong effort was made to bring the patient through but the ravishes of the disease was stronger than all human effort and despite the care and nursing she succumbed to it. The sad feature of the case is that the father and eight small children, the oldest eleven years and the youngest a babe of five weeks, are all ill with influenza and under the care of two nurses. The heart of the community goes out to them in sympathy for their great affliction.

Marie Wettstein, second youngest daughter of the late Joseph and Katherine Wettstein, was born in the town of Chilton Dec. 15, 1886. She was married to Anton Nadler in June,1907 and they began housekeeping on the Frank Nadler homestead in the town of Stockbridge, which he took over when his parents retired from active farm work.

She was a beautiful girl in childhood and developed into a splendid wife and mother, giving her children the tenderest care and leaving nothing undone that might further the welfare of her husband and family. Neighborly and hospitable, she was well liked and held the respect and affection of everyone in the community.

The funeral took place on Wednesday forenoon from St. Elizabeth's church at Kloten, Rev. Fr. J. H. Huhn of Jericho celebrating Requiem Mass, with interment in St. Elizabeth's cemetery. Many beautiful flowers were sent to the home as an expression of sympathy to the bereft ones and as a tribute to the memory of the dead.

She is survived by her husband and eight children, also by her mother, Mrs. Katherine Wettstein of this city, and five brothers, John Wettstein of Oshkosh, Edw. Wettstein of Stanley, Simon and Albert of Stockbridge and Hubert Wettstein of Monico; four sisters, Mrs. John Seichter of Charlesburg, Mrs. John Dohr of Chilton city, Mrs. Aug. Propson and Mrs. John Propson of Stockbridge.


James N. Nichols - The Sheboygan Press - Thursday, June 3, 1999 - pg. A2
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James M. Nichols, 64 of New Holstein, died Tuesday, June 1, 1999 at the Calumet Medical Center in Chilton.

He was born July 21, 1934 in Green Bay.

Jim served in the Korean War in the Army from Oct. 25, 1954 to Oct. 24, 1956. He was a member of the American Legion Post in Wheaton, Ill. For 18 years, he owned and operated Sun-Kist Dry Cleaners in West Chicago.

Survivors include a daughter, a son, five grandchildren, four step-grandchildren, two step-great-granchildren, three brothers, three sisters, nieces and nephews, and special friends.

He was preceded in death by his parents, a brother, and one nephew.

Friends may call at the Sippel Funeral Home in New Holstein on Saturday, June 5 from 9:30 a.m. until the time of services. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at the funeral home with the Rev. Frank Weber officiating.

A memorial fund will be established in Jim's name.


Mabel Marcia Norris - Clark County, WI - The Greenwood Gleaner - April 20, 1905
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Mrs. Mabel Marcia Norris, nee Ware, wife of Frank Norris died at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Ware on 26 road, Friday morning at 3:45 o'clock.

Mrs. Norris had been in poor health for some time before her death. Last September the deceased, accompanied by her husband, went to Colorado in hopes of benefitting her health but in October she was compelled to return to the home of her parents where she took to her bed and remained until her death.

Mrs. Norris' age at her death was 30 years, 11 months and 20 days, being born April 25, 1874 in Polk county Nebraska. When quite young she accompanied her parents to Stockridge, where she lived until married to Frank Norris on October, 5, 1894. This marriage took place at Wesley, Iowa. They moved to Greenwood five years ago and remained until last fall.

Mrs. Norris was a kind and loving wife and mother, a member of the Congregational church, but an earnest and active worker in the Baptist church of this city where she was loved and respected by all.

She leaves, besides, he husband, to mourn her loss, one son, Ralph, her parents and two brothers.

The funeral was held at the M. E. church, Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev. Presnall delivered the sermon, Rev. Boardman read the lesson and Rev. Hendren offered prayer.

The choir, as well as the selections it sang were chosen by the deceased on her death bed.

The church was filled to its capacity with friends, who followed the long silent line to the last rest place of the remains in Greenwood cemetery.

The pall bearers were, Dr. Brown, Thos. Reese, Edward Einfeldt, Chas. Sheets, Joseph Thompson, and Ralph Thompson.


Patricia Nelson - The Paducah Sun - Friday - June 27, 2003
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Memorial services for Patricia Ann Nelson, 73, a resident of Paducah for 5 years, will be at noon today at St. Francis de Sales Catholic Church, where she was a member. The Rev. Al Bremer will officiate.

Mrs. Nelson died at noon Tuesday at her home.

She and her husband, the late George Nelson, owned and operated The Soap Opera in Paducah for 18 years.

Mrs. Nelson is survived by three sons, David Nelson of Chicago, Peter Nelson of Honolulu and Eric Nelson of Paducah; one sister, Donna Daun of Paducah, one half brother Jim Mullenback of Milwaukee; four grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. Her parents were George and Helen Daun.

Funeral Director Services in Symsonia is in charge of arrangements.


Alex Anton Nickel - Sheboygan Press - Friday - July 12, 1985 - p. 4 - c. 4
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Alex Anton Nickel, 62, of W4564 Stone Road, Chilton, died Thursday at Calumet Memorial Hospital, Chilton, after a brief illness. He was born March 26, 1923, in the Town of Brothertown, a son of the late August and Frances Olbrich Nickel. On Sept. 5, 1964, he married Alice Moehring at Freedom, Wis. He farmed the Nickel homestead all his life. Mr. Nickel was a member of Holy Trinity Church, Jericho. Survivors include his wife; a son, Paul, at home; three sisters, Sr. Augusta Nickel of Milwaukee, Mrs. Bernice Kolinski of West Allis, and Mrs. Leona Weninger of Chilton; and a brother, the Rev. Leander Nickel of Freedom. He was preceded in death by a sister. A concelebrated funeral Mass will be held at 11 a.m. Monday at Holy Trinity Catholic Church. The Revs. Paulinus Kraemer and Leander Nickel will officiate. Burial will be in the parish cemetery. Friends may call at Wieting Funeral Home, Chilton, from 4 to 9 p.m. Sunday, and on Monday from 7:45 a.m. until 10:30 a.m., when family rites will be held. A parish vigil will be held at the funeral home at 8 p.m. Sunday.


Peter Nett - No Newspaper Listed
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Peter Nett, Kiel, Dies at Milwaukee

Peter Nett, Kiel resident, died at the Milwaukee hospital Tuesday evening following an operation for tumor in his head.

The body was shipped from Milwaukee Wednesday and funeral services will be held at St. Peter and Paulís church in Kiel Saturday morning. Interment will be at the Marytown cemetery.

Mr. Nett was born in Marytown, April 17, 1869. He was married to Margaret Schwerzler on September 7, 1897, and four years ago moved to Kiel where he has conducted a saloon. Besides his widow he is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Jacob Boehnlein, Marytown; Mrs. Joseph Jeanty and Miss Edwina Nett at home; one son, Hubert Nett, Sheboygan Falls. He was a brother of Frank Nett and Mrs. Cyrus Roehrig.


Lorine R. Nadler - The Sheboygan Press - December 3, 2002
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Lorine R. {Wagner} Nadler, 90, of 705 S. Madison St., Chilton, died Saturday, Nov. 30, 2002, at the Calumet Medical Center in Chilton.

She was born March 4, 1912 in Jericho, a daughter of the late Charles and Louise {Olbrich} Wagner.

Lorine married Emanuel Nadler on April 21, 1931 at Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Jericho. He preceded her in death on March 21, 1981.

Lorine was a member of St. Augustine Catholic Church, Chilton, and the Christian Mothers. She enjoyed making quilts for her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Lorine also loved a good game of sheepshead with the ladies at Colonial Residence, where she resided for the past year and a half.

{Survivors omitted for privacy}

Lorine was preceded in death by her parents, Charles and Louis; her husband, Emanuel; four brothers, William Wagner, Ambrose Wagner, Reno Wagner and Martin Wagner and a brother-in-law, Erwin Ramminger.

Funeral services will be held at 6 p.m, Thursday, Dec. 5, 2002 at St. Augustine Catholic Church, 113 N. State St., Chilton, with the Rev. Leander Nickel officiating. Burial will be Friday morning, Dec. 6, in St. Mary Catholic Cemetery.

Friends may call at the CHURCH, from 3 to 6 p.m. on Thursday, when services will be held.

The Wieting Funeral Home is assisting the family with arrangements.


Sylvia T. Nett - Chilton Times - February 17, 2000 - P. 28 - C. 4
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Sylvia T. Nett, 88, of Jericho, died on Wednesday, Feb. 9, 2000 at the Calumet Medical Center in Chilton. She was born on Jan. 7, 1912 to the late Nick and Gertrude {Hoelzer} Schockmel. She married Emil Nett on Oct. 22, 1947 at Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Jericho.

She farmed with her husband in the Town of Brothertown and was member of Holy Trinity Catholic church in Jericho. Survivors include her husband, Emil; nieces and nephews. She was also preceded in death by two sisters. Funeral services were held Monday, Feb. 14 at Holy Trinity Church in Jericho, with the Rev. Gary New, S.D.S. as officiant. Spring burial will be in the parish cemetery. The Wieting Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.


Joyetta J. Nett - Fond du Lac Reporter - Friday - June 9, 2006 - p. A7 - c. 4
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Joyetta J. {Schneider} Nett, 59, of Stockbridge and Chilton, passed away peacefully on June 7, 2006, after a courageous battle with cervical cancer.

She was born on Jan. 14, 1947, to Norbert and Evelyn Schneider of Peebles, Wis.

On April 16, 1966, she was married to Gerald Nett.

She was employed at Chilton Public School lunch program 16 years and at Wal-Mart in Chilton. She was a member of the Light House Church of Jesus Christ in Kaukauna. She was a member of the Stockbridge Legion Auxiliary. She enjoyed taking care of her animals and she loved Appaloosa and Lipizzaner stallions, gardening, crocheting, reading, playing Bible quiz on the radio, baking and making Christmas candy. Joy will be always remembered for making the best caramel. She was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, daughter and sister.

She is survived by her husband, three sons, two daughters, five grandchildren, hr mother, five brothers, five sisters, her father-in- law and mother-in-law, her sisters-in-law, a brother-in-law, and numerous nieces and nephews {names omitted for privacy}.

She was preceded in death by her father, Norbert Schneider; a grandson, Alexander Nett; and two brothers, Randy Schneider and Rick Schneider.

The funeral service will be at 1 p.m. on Saturday, June 10, 2006, at the Boettcher Family Funeral Home, 2401 Fieldcrest Drive, Kaukauna, with the Rev. Jerry Hubert officiating.

Friends will be receiving from 9 a.m. until the time of service on Saturday, June 10, 2006, at the funeral home.

In lieu of flowers, a memorial is being established.

The Boettcher Family Funeral Home, 920-766-2099


Anthony J. Nisler - Fond du Lac Reporter - Wednesday - June 30, 1982 - p. 24 - c. 4
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Anthony J. Nisler, 67, formerly of 2332 Illinois Ave., North Fond du Lac {sic: New Holstein}, died Tues. June 29, 1982, at Calumet, Homestead, New Holstein, where he resided since May 8, 1981.

He was born in the Town of Charlestown, Calumet County, on Dec. 16, 1914, a son of the late August and Magdalena Heimann Nisler. He attended Charlestown schools and was graduated from Chilton High School in 1933. On Jan. 8, 1944, he married Margaret "Marge" Endres at St. Augustine's Catholic Church, Chilton.

Mr. Nisler was a service station a operator, retiring in October 1976. He was a member of Holy Rosary Catholic Church at New Holstein and Holy Name.

Survivors include his wife, a son and three daughters {names omitted for privacy}.

Other survivors include seven grandchildren; four brothers, George of Rt. 2, New Holstein, Aloys of Rt. 1, New Holstein, John and Joseph both of New Holstein and five sisters {names omitted for privacy}.

Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday at Erbe-Evjen Funeral Home, New Holstein, and at 10:30 a.m. at Holy Rosary Church, New Holstein. The Rev. Ralph Hermsen will officiate, and burial will be in St. Augustine's Cemetery, Chilton.

Friends of Mr. Nisler may call from 5 to 9 p.m. Friday and until 10 a.m. Saturday at the funeral home.


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