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Richard O. Burhop, 70, W2280 Crestview Lane, Sheboygan, passed away on Feb 5. He is survived by his wife Shirley and other relatives and, friends. The Lippert funeral Home served the family.

Glenn W DeBruine, 67, formerly of Cedar Grove, passed away recently. He is survived by his sisters, Bernice of Pine Haven Christian Home and Lois of Cedar Grove, and other relatives and friends. The Huehns-Wenig Funeral Home served the family.

Dale B. Dewar Jr., 45, Cleveland, passed away on Feb. 12. He is survived by his wife Kristin, his parents, Dale and Nora Mae Dewar of Traverse City, Mich., his sons, Derek of Cleveland and Darrell of Florida, his daughters, Nora I of Cleveland and Jennifer of Florida, his sisters Cindy, Deanna@ and Janet, his brother Scott, and other relatives and friends. The Balffiorn Chapels served the famfly.

Marjorie C. (Peterson) Gibson, 94, South 18th St., Sheboygan, passed away on Feb. 9. She is survived by her son Roy of Sheboygan, her daughter Grace of Sheboygan, 13 grandchildren, 25 great-grandchildren, her sister Winifred of Milwaukee, and other relatives and friends. The Ballhorn Chapels served the family.

Sophia'Sophie" (Simolke) Hamus, 93, formerly of 241 1 Wedemeyer St., Sheboygan, resident of Morningside Health Center, passed away on Feb. 12. She is survived by her son Henry of Sheboygan, two granddaughters, three great-grandchildren, her sister Gertrude of Sheboygan, and other relatives and friends. The Ramm-Ziegier-Novak-Rettke Funeral Home served the family.

Noreen E. (Sutton) Hatleii, 41, 3917B Country Place, Sheboygan, passed away on Feb. I 1. She is survived by her husband Edvin, her son Edvin III of Sheboygan, her daughter Kristi of Sheboygan, two grandsons, her father Douglas Sutton of West Allis, her brother Louis of Milwaukee, her sisters, Louise of Florida and Connie of Milwaukeei and other relatives and friends., The Ramm-Ziegler-Novak-Rettke Funeral Home served the family.

Viola N. (Hintz) Hintz, 85, formerly of Cascade, resident of Sheboygan Progressive Care Center, passed away on Feb. 10. She is survived by her sons, Norbert Jr. and Roger, both of Waldo, and Gerald of Coloma, her daugh- ter Shirley of Sheboygan, 22 grandchildren, 26 great- grandchildren, her brothers, Roland of Milwaukee, Ralph of Hartford and Edgar of Plymouth, her sister Lorraine of Milwaukee, and others relatives -and friends.

Adeline L. (Synnott) Hughes, 77, 322 N. Highland Ave., Plymouth, passed away on Feb. 13. She is survived by her sons, Jim of the Town of Lyndon, Tom of Sheboygan, Patrick of Oak Ridge, Tenn., and Dan of Hartland, her daughters, Nancy of Plymouth and Sue of Memphis, Tenn., I I grandchildren, four great-grandchildren, two step great-grandchildren, and other relatives and friends, The Suchon Funeral Home served the family.

Frederick M. Kraus, 54, formerly of Sheboygan Falls, passed away on Feb. 5. He is survived by his sister Barbara of Fond du Lac, and other relatives and friends. The Huehns-Wenig Funeral Home served the fanffly.

Steven J. Liddicoat, 15, 2729 N. 31st St., Sheboygan, passed away on Feb. 10. He is survived by,his parents, Richard E. Liddicoat and Charlotte J. Liddicoat, his mater- nal grandmother Mrs. Felix Bitkers of Sheboygan, his paternal grandmother Mrs. Everett Li.ddicoat of Madison, and other relatives and friends. The BaUhom Chapels served the family.

August "Augie" M. Meyer, 78, 2714 Wilgus Rd., Sheboygan, passed away on Feb. 10. He is survived by his wife Germaine, his sons, Michael of Sheboygan and John of Howards Grove, his daughters, Mary Jo and Lori, both of Sheboygan, 10 grandchildren, two great-grandehil- dren, his brother Robert of Valders, his sisters, Judy of Sheboygan, Kathleen of Mt. Calvary, Elaine of Manitowoc an'd Mary Lou of Natalia, Texas, and other relatives and friends. The Ranim-Ziegier-Novak-Rettke Funeral Home served the family.

Jerrold L. Raab, 61, 3315 S. 12th St., Sheboygan, passed away on Feb. 5. He is survived by his brothers, Arnold of Cascade, AHenof Sheboygan, Gary of Wisconsin Rapids, Richard of Appleton, William of, Elkhart Lake, Randall of Wisconsin Rapids, Dennis of Arpin, Michael of Atlbu'mdale,'vind Douglas of Arpin, his sisters, Barbara of Sheboygan Falls, Donna of Plymouth, Dorene of Marshfield, and Diane of 'Rosholt, and other relatives and friends. The Ramm-Ziegler-Novak-Rettke Funeral Home served the family.

Marie C. (Rochrborn) Samsal, 80, 1015 Green Acres Dr., Sheboygan Falls, passed away on Feb. 9. She is sur- vived by her husband Virgil, her sons, James of Madison and Richard of Milwaukee, and other relatives' and friends. The Huehns-Wenig Funeral Home served the family.

John A. Schad, 84, formerly of Kiel, resident of Calumet Homestead Rehabilitation Center, passed away. on. Feb. I 1. He is , survived. by his brothers, Theodore of Sheboygan, Clarence of St. Nazianz, Max, ofsheboygan, and Leonard of Manitowoc, his sisters, Marie of Kiel, Rose of New Hoiste'm, and Theresa of Mission,Texas, and other relatives and friends.

Hilda E. (Nagel) Schreiber, 87, of Kiel passed away on Feb. 7. She is survived by her sons, Roger of Kiel and Ronald of Oshkosh, seven grandchildren, one great- grandchild, and other relatives and ftiehds.

Kenneth T. Schrimpf, 75, 1644 S. 19th St., Sheboygan, passed away on Feb. 8. He is survived by his wife Ellen, his daughters, jwie of San Francisco, Calif., S usan of, Smyrna, Tenn., and. Kendra of Glide, Ore., five gra@dchil- dren, one great-grandson, his brothers, Jerry and Roger, both of Sheboygan, and OrUn of Mesa, Ariz., and other relatives and friends. The Ramm-Ziegler-Noyak-Rettke Funeral Home served the family.

Cyril W. Stemper, 91, of St. Anna passed away on Feb. 7. He is survived by his sons, Don of Las Vegas, Nev., and Lloyd of DeMotte, Ind., his daughters, Lorelie of Chilton, Ind., and Dianne of Chariesburg, 30 grandchildren, 56 great-grandchildren, one great-great grandchild, and other relatives and friends.

Mildred M. (Grams) Utech, 67, 2420 Elm- Ave., Sheboygan, passed away on Feb. 12. She is survived by her husband Kenneth, her sons, David of Sheboygan and Robert of Hingham, her daughters, Debra of Glastonbury, Conn., Vicki of Merritt Island, Fla., and Pamela of Sheboygan, 12 grandchildren, her sisters, Ruth of Oostburg and Hilma of Sheboygan, and other relatives and friends. The Ranim-Ziegier-Novak-Rettke Funeral Home served the family.

Anita D. Warning, 90, formerly of 821 N. 28th St., Sheboygan, resident of Meadowview Manor Nursing Home, passed away on Feb. 8. She is survived by her daughter Jeanette of Lakewood, three granddaughters, seven great-grandchildren, and her sisters, Esther and Adeline, both of Sheboygan Falls. The Lippert Funeral Horne served-the family.

Emil Widra, 85, 1722 N. 25th St., Sheboygan, passed away on Feb. 6. He is survived by his wife Anna, his son Paul of DeForest, his daughters, Ella of Big Bend and Ruth of Valparaiso, Ind., six grandchildren, five great-grandchildren, and other relatives and friends. The Habermann-Zimmer Funeral Home served the family.

Henry Zachow, 89, resident of the Village of Edwards,
passed away on Feb. 6. He is survived by his nephew William of Abrams, and other relatives and. friends. The Zimmer Funeral Home served the family,

Vincent A. "Jim" Schultz, 79, 426 Schwartz St., Plymouth, passed away on Jan. 4. He is survived' by his sons, Wayne of Greenbush and Jerry of Plymouth, his daughters, JoAnn and Karen, both of New Holstein, four grandchildren, his brother Oliver of Plyinouth, his sisters, Adeline, Carola and Virgifine, all @f Cascade, and Arleen of Batavia, and other relatives and friends. The Suchon Funeral Home served the family.

Benjamin Skeris, 84, 1512 N. Third St., Sheboygan, -passed away on Jan. 8. He is su 'rvived by his wife Antoinette, his son Michael of Oostburg, his daughter Stephanie of Cambridge, five grandchildren, his sister Katherine of Crivitz, and other relatives and friends. The Habermann Zimmer Funeral Home served the family'

Betty A. (Pocan) Verga, 71, N1099 Silver Creek Rd., Random Lake, passed away on Jan. 1. She is survived by her daughter Kathleen of Waupaca, her sons, Richard of Cedarburg and Jeffrey of Hortonville, two grandsons, her sister Lois of Bremerton,.Wash., d other rel;@ves and friends. The Suchon Funeral
served the family.
James W. Blank, 56, formerly of Shel)oygan, res
of Sun Prairie, passed away on Jan. 8. He is survi
his wife Susan, his daughter Sandra of Joppatowne, Md., his sons, Scott and James, both of Baltimore, Md., one granddaughter, his sister Donna of Sheboygan, and other relatives and friends. The Ballhorn Chapels
the family.
Lawrence A. Ochowicz, 51, formerly of Adell, passed !away on Jan. 5. He is survived by his wife Carol, his 'daughters, LAurerL of Plymouth and Kermi of Lake St. 'Croix, Minn., his son Brandon of Batavia, two grand- 'children, one step-grandson, his mother Irene @Ochowicz of Cedarburg, his sisters, Barbara of Venice, .Fla., and Joyce of Mason, Mich., his brother William of Wauwatosa, and other relatives and friends. The Suchon Funeral Home served the family.
Grace Schmitt, 89, formerly of 1217 Bluff Ave.,"".
Sheboygan, resident of Beach Health Care Center, passed away on Jan. 5. She is survived by her son Milton of Shawano, six grandchildren, four step-grand- children, 11 great-grandchildren, and other relatives and friends. The Lippert Funeral Home served the fam- ily.

Albert 0. Diederich, 88, 'resident of Morningside Apartments,. passed.T away on Jan. 2. He is survived by his sons, David of Anderson, S.C., and Timothy of Schofield, his daughter Nancy of Maynard, Mass., seven grandchildren, eight great-grandchildren, his sister Hilda of Plymouth, and other relatives and friends. The Ballhorn Chapels served the family.

Donald W. Engelhardt, 72, 1110 N. 4th St., Sheboygan, passed away on Jan. 1. He i's survived by his son Daniel of Sheboygan, his daughters, josanna of Sheboygan, Madelyn of Sheboygan Falls, and Ruth of rural Pulaski, four grandchildren, one great-grandson, his brother Bernard and his sister Esther, both of Sheboygan, and other relatives and friends. The Habermann Zimmer Funeral Home served the family.

Margaret H. "Peggy" (Timm) Feudner, 86, formerly of 1904 N. 19th St., Sheboygan, resident of Meadowview Manor Nursing Home, passed away on Dec. 28. She is survived by her sons, Richard, James, and Stephen, all of Sheboygan, Michael of Oostburg, and John of Brillion, 13 grandchildren, 19 great-grandchildren, her brother Francis of Oshkosh, and other relatives and friends. The Ranim-Ziegier-Novak-Rettke Funeral Home served the family.

Gladys Finnel, 85, formerly of Larrabee, died Jan. 4, 2000. Survivors include four daughters and three sons-in-law, four sons and five daughters-in-law, 24 grandchildren, 21 great grandchil- dren, two brothers and four sis- ters-in-law, two sisters, nieces and nephews. The funeral, was held on Friday, Jan. 7, at St. James Catholic Church, Cooperstown. The Revs. William O'Brien and Ron Colombo officiated. Burial was in the parish cemetery. The Lambert Funeral Home, Mishicot, assisted with the arrangements.
Dorothy Wendt Skinkis Luebke, 62, St. Nazianz, died Jan. 7, 2000. Survivors include her husband, Bob, one son and daughter-in-law, ;ne daughter
and son-in-law, seven grandchild
dren, two step daughters and their husbands, five step grandchildren, one brother and sister-in-law, two sisters and brothers-in-law, nieces, nephews and other relatives and friends. Funeral services will be held on Tuesday (today) at 11 a.m. at Faith Lutheran Church, Vald'ers. Visitation will precede the service starting at 10 a.m. Rev. William Timm will officate. Burial will be in the Cato Cemetery.
Clement M. Pieschek, 75, died Jan. 4, 2000. Survivors- include his wife Regina, two daughters and sons-in-law, one granddaughter, four sisters and one brother-in-law. The funeral was Jan. 7 at St. John the Evangelist Church, Green Bay. Monsignor James Feely officiat- ed. Entombment was in the Allouez Catholic Cemetery. The Proko-Wall Funeral Home, Green Bay, assisted with the arrangements.

 

 

SHAWANO - Ardelia M. Raaths, 92, died Wednesday, Feb. 9, 2000 at Shawano. She was born March 2, 1907, in Green Valley to the late John and Mabel (Lutsey) Berg. She graduated from Advance School and Oconto Falls High School and Teacher's Training. Ardella married William A. Raaths in Bonduel June 4, 1928. She taught school for two years. The couple farmed in the Town of Angelica until 1968 when they moved to Shawano. Ardella worked as a custodian at Shawano High School for nine years, and a volunteer at Heartland Healthcare Center of Shawano, and the Civic Center, Shawano. William preceded her in death Sept. 4, 1984. Ardella was a member of St. Paul Ev. Luth. Church, Zachow, for over 70 years; she had been President and Secretary of St. Paul's Ladies Aid, Secretary of Shawano Golden Agers, Secretary of AARP, member of Country Neighbors Homemakers, a 4-H Leader for 19 years, and she taught Sunday
school.
Survivors include a son, William (Natalie) Raaths, Menasha; four daughters, Inez (Eldon) Troge, Green Bay; Ardis (Kenton) Stewart, Buffalo, NY; Maryl (Jim) Nelsen, Green Bay; and Carol (Jim) Vanden Plas, Green Bay; 14 grandchildren, 21 great-grandchildren and four great- great-grandchildren; two sisters, Esther Eckerson, Stevens Point and Orriene (Curt) Magee, Bonduel; four sisters-in-law, Anabel Berg, Cecil; Adeline Berg, Oshkosh; Carrie Berg, Green Valley and Eve Berg, Green Bay.
She was preceded in death by one daughter, Pearl; a grand-daughter; four brothers and three sisters.
The funeral was held Sat., Feb. 12 at her church with the Rev. Philip Geiger officiating. Burial in the church cemetery.
Arrangements through Wendt Funeral Home, Bonduel.

COLEMAN - Francis Paul Brault, 88, of 257 Elm Drive, died unexpectedly Friday, Feb., 11, 2000 at Bay Area Medical Center, Marinette. The son of the late Alex and Virginia (Trottier) Brault was born Aug. 9, 1911 at Coleman. He was married to the former Alice Kafka on May 2, 1934 in Marinette. Francis was employed by Ausloos Cheese Factory, Krause Lumber Company, and Chadwick Mfg. Co. all in Coleman and then at Packerland Woodworking in Peshtigo retiring in 1974. He was a lifetime member of the Coleman Fire Dept. since 1942 and a member of Ss. Francis & Wenceslaus Church, Coleman.
Surviving are his wife, Alice Brault of Coleman, six children; Leonard (Audrey) Brault of Cole man, Lenore (Mike) Elias of Wausaukee, Donna Junion of Naples, Fla.; Donald (Yvonne) Brault of Peshtigo, Sharon (Bob) Topel of Green Bay, and Karon (Jerry) Stone of Sheller Park, IL; 22 grandchildren; 37 great-grandchildren; two great- great-grandchildren; and one sister, Blanche (Myron) Salewski of Seymour. He was preceded in death by six broth, ers, one sister, and one grand-son.
Burial was held Tuesday, Feb. 15 at his church with Rev. John Hepner officiating. Interment in St. John Catholic Cemetery, ' Coleman. Paflbearers were grandsons@and Honorary pallbearers were granddaughters. A memorial fund has been established.
Rhodes-Charapata Funeral Home Coleman, served the familv.

OCONTO - Jean H. Palmer, 93, died Feb. 8, 2000 following a short battle with a brain melanoma. She was born June 13, 11406, in Chicago, Ill., to the late Charles and Mary (Shields) Hopkins. A graduate of Morgan Park High School, Chicago, her career years before marriage were with the U.S. Marshall's Office during prohibition, the Rock Island Railroad and Chicago Bell. On Dee; 31, 1935 she married Ellis F. Palmer, Mountain. He preceded her in death on July 31, 1963. Their married life was spent in Wisconsin. Her career years following marriage were the Oconto County Department of Social Services and the Farmers Home Administration. Jean became a member of the Order of Eastem Star, Auburn Park Chapter, Chicago on Dec. 9, 1925. She was a lifetime member of, Eastern Star. She was a charter member of Ajeb Temple #156, Daughters of the Nile, Green Bay. She was a member of the First Presbyterian Church, Oconto.
Jean is survived by her daughter, Susan (Harold) Sorenson, Suamico; sons, Ronald (Darlene) Palmer, La Verne, Calif.; Allan Palmer, Oconto; her two grandchildren, Ronald (Krissen) Palmer Jr., La Verne, Calif.; and Sara (Andrew) Loeffler, Claremont, Calif.; her two great-grandchildren, Nicholas Loeffler and Alyssa Palmer; and sisters-in-law, Wanda Wiedermeier and Charlotte Hopkins. She is further survived by many cousins, nieces and nephews.
Jean was preceded in death by her parents and two brothers, Monty and Allan; and four sisters-in-law, and five brothers-in-law and one niece.
The funeral was held Sat., Feb. 12 at, her church with the Rev. Don CIarke officiating.
The Gallagher Funeral Home, Oconto, assisted the family.

SURING - Clarence E. Ankerson, age 83, passed away Thursday evening., February IO, 2000, at Woodland Village Nursing Home.
He was born September 14, 1916 in Spruce, to the late Nels .and Julia Elnora (Peterson) Ankerson. He served in the U.S. Army during WWII.
On September 27, 1946, Clarence married Betty Gomber in Oconto. He farmed in the Town of Spruce and was also employed by Lena Lumber Co., Lena. He was a member of Hickory Methodist Church.
Clarence is survived by: his wife, Betty, Suring; his son: Roy, Suring; his daughter; Iris @aniak, Green Bay; three broth- ers and one sister-in-law; Norwood "Woody", Suring; Robert and Alyce, Gillett; Arnold, Iron Ridge, WI; two sis- ters and one brother-in-law; Leona and John Bergmann, ]one St6nder, all of Green Bay; four grandchildren; Todd and Dawn Janiak, Lena; Troy Janiak and his fiancee', Kristy Colwell, Toni and Doug Lange, Teri and Matt Athey, all of Green Bay; three great-grandchildren; Austin Janiak; Candice and Gregory Lange; his.future great grandson; Jesse Colwell-, one brother-in-law and sister-in-law; Pete and Pat Gomber, Gillett; and one sister-in-law and broth- er-in-law; Joyce and Arnold Johnson, Ocdnto Falls. He was preceded in. death by: one granddaughter, Tammi Janiak; one brother; Donald; four sisters and three brothers-in-law; Isabel (George "Jug") Zeitler; Arline (John) Moore; Marion Ankerson; Hazel Ankerson; John Stender; two sisters-in- law; Hilda Ankerson; and Dorothy Ankerson.
Services were held Monday, February 14, at the Kuehl Funeral Home, Gillett with Pastor James Cotter, of Bonduel,.officiating. Interment in Wanderers Rest Cemetery, Gillett, with'military rites con- ducted by members of the Gillett VFW and American Legion.
Pallbearers were Todd and Troy Janiak, Matt Athey, Eric Posey, Robert Johnson and Harry Gomber.

GREEN BAY - Marion P. Edlund, age 82, of 130 Badger Lane, joyfully entered the gate of heaven on Monday, February 14, 2000 to join, her husband and to be with her Eternal Father. She was bom July 19,1917 in Green Bay to the late Hugh and Pearl (Hickman) Goddard. On May 11, 1937 she married Willis Edlund in Milwaukee. Mr. and Mrs. Edlund moved to Sheboygan and in 1955 she moved to Green Bay. Marion,
had been employed at F.W. Woolworth's and later worked as a cook for the Ashwaubenon Public School System. Marion and her husband enjoyed the
times spent at their cottage at I Green Lake with their family.' She was a long time member of Calvary Lutheran Church and was involved with the Salvation Army.
Survivors include four chil- dren, George and Donna Edlund, Rhinelander; Richard Edlund, Suring; Russell Edlund, Green Bay; Sharon Edlund, Oconto Falls; I I grandchildren, 16 great grandchildren; two very special friends, George and Blanche Adams Waupaca; nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Willis; one sister and brother-in-law, Lorraine and Edward Sanderson; an infant brother; one daughter-in-law, Sue Edlund.
Friends may call at Blaney Funeral Home, 1521 Shawano Ave., Green Bay, from I I a.m. - 1:30 p.m. Thursday. The funeral will be at 1:30 p.m. Thursday at,
the funeral home with the Rev. Earl Vorpagel III officiating, Burial will be in Allouez Cemetery.
The Edlund family wishes to express their gratitude to the staff of Bell Regional and to her close friends at Badger Terrace Apartments for their attention and care that they showed to Marion.
A memorial fund has been established in her name.

GILLETT - Anona "Nona" Sohr, age 93, slept away in Jesus, at the Gillett Nursing Home, Saturday evening, January 15, 2000.
She was boRN March 3, 1906 in Pulcifer (Shawano Co.) to the late Ole S. and Amanda (Rockman) Peterson.
She attended schools in Oconto Falls and Gillett.
On November 24, 1937, Anona married Russell C. Sohr in Oconto. Nona was a sales clerk at the former Lauermans Dept. Store, Oconto, and a nursing assistant at Community ,Memorial Hospital, Oconto Falls, for twenty years.
@ She was a member of Tabor United Methodist Church, Gillett, where she was a member of the United Methoidst Women 'and the afternoon circle of the UMW. She was also a member of the Gillett Chapter of the OES.
Until her mid 80's, Nona delivered meals for the Gillett Meal Site, as well as volunteer- ing for the Gillett Blood Drive. 'She faithfully visited at the Gillett Nursing Home, on @Sunday afternoons, reading and sharing her church bulletins with the residents'
Nona was a loving wife, moth- i er, grandmother, and sister to the following survivors: Russell C., Gillett; Rollyn (Donna), Gillett; Mona Gresenz, Greenville; Russell R. (Cindy) Sohr, Green Bay; Tonia J. Sohr, Greenville; Charles R. Gresenz, Appleton; Cara R. Gresenz, Greenville; and Eunice Lingelbach, Oconto Falls. She is further survived by nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Nona was preceded in death by four brothers, one sister and her son-in-law, Gary Gresenz. '
Services were held Tuesday, at her church, with Pastor Skip Robertson officiating. Interment in Wanderers Rest Cemetery, Gillett. Kuehl Funeral Home, Gillett assisted the family with arrangements.
A memorial fund has been established for Tabor United Methodist Church, Gillett.

SURING - Nola M. Clover, age 86 resident of Woodland Village died there February 13, 2000. She was bom in Coggon, Iowa November 26, 1913 to the late Clyde and Lois (Hunter@ Chessmore. Nola Ches@more married Irvin Clover in 1940, the couple owned and operated The Y Bar in the City of Gillett from 1965 until closing in 1990. Nola greatly enjoyed her dog Max. She was preceded in death by her husband in 1970.
Survivors include her brother Stanley Chessmore of Coggon, Iowa; three sisters Clarissa, Velma and Arville; many nieces and nephews. Nola was preced- ed in death by four brothers and two sisters.
Visitation will be held at Gruetzmacher Funeral Home in Suring on Wednesday, February 16, from 4 pm 'until services 7 pm at the funeral 'home With Linda Schmidt presiding. Following cremation Nola will be intered in Mountain Cemetery.

SHAWANO - Ardelia M. Raaths, 92, died Wednesday, Feb. 9, 2000 at Shawano. She was bom March 2, 1907, in Green Valley to the late John and Mabel (Lutsey) Berg. She graduated from Advance School and Oconto Falls High School and Teacher's Training. Ardella married William A. Raaths in Bonduel June 4, 1928. She taught school for two years. The couple farmed in the Town of Angelica until 1968 when they moved to Shawano. Ardella worked as a custodian at 'Shawano High School for nine years, and a volunteer at Heartland Healthcare Center of Shawano, and the Civic Center, Shawano. William preceded her in death Sept. 4, 1984. Ardella was a member of St. Paul Ev. Luth. Church, Zachow, for over 70 years; she had been President and Secretary of St. Paul's Ladies Aid, Secretary of Shawano Golden Agers, Secretary of AARP, member of Country Neighbors Homemakers, a 4-H Leader for 19 years, and she taught Sunday
school.L
Survivors include a son, William (Natalie) Raaths, Menasha; four daughters, Inez (Eldon) Troge, Green Bay; Ardis (Kenton) Stewart, Buffalo, NY; Maryl (Jim) Nelsen, Green Bay; and Carol (Jim) Vanden Plas, Green Bay; 14 grandchildren, 21 great- grandchildren and four great- great-grandchildren; two sisters, Esther Eckerson, Stevens Point and Orriene (Curt) Magee, Bonduel; four sisters-in-law, Anabel Berg, Cecil; Adeline Berg, Oshkosh; Carrie Berg, Green Valley and Eve Berg, Green Bay.
She was preceded in death by one daughter, Pearl; a grand- daughter; four brothers and three sisters.
The funeral was held Sat., Feb. 12 at her church with the Rev. Philip Geiger officiating. Burial in the church cemetery.
Arrangements through Wendt Funeral Home, Bonduel.

OCONTO FALLS - Kathleen "Kit" McCarthy Jones, 88, died Tuesday, Jan. 4, 2000, at Sharpe Care, Ltd. She was bom July 25, 1911 to James and Ellen (Devereux) McCarthy in the Town of Stiles. Kathleen mar- ried Patrick Edgar Jones on May 29, 1939 at St. Patriok Church in Stiles. They celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary last sum- mer. The couple resided in Wausau, until 1943, when they moved to Oconto County. Kathleen graduated from Oconto Falls High School where she attended Teacher's Training. She received a Bachelor of Science degree from UW- Oshkosh. Kathleen taught elementary school for 32 years in several Oconto Count,@ Schools. As a lifelong member of St. Patrick Church she was an active partic- ipant in the Council of Catholic Women and also taught religious education classes. She and her husband counseled premarriage candidates.
Her activities included mem- bership in St. Joseph Academy Parents Club, Green Bay and St. Anthony's School Parents Club, Oconto Falls and the Wisconsin chapter of the National Education Association. She also enjoyed gardening, golf, needle- craft and entertaining. Kathleen and Patrick traveled extensively after retirement.
Survivors include her hus- band, three daughters and one son, Patricia and Michael Gage, De Pere; Kathleen and Steven Schiller, Omaha, Neb.; Maureen and Patrick Stepniewski, Dallas, Texas; and James and Mary Jones, Oconto Falls, nine grand- children and five great-grand- children; and her beloved care- giver and trusted friend, Maria Dimitrova. Other surviving fam- ily members include two sisters, Betty (Ralph) Albertz, Green _PaX-, and Mrs. Marion (Adam) Netzer, Rhinelander,
two sisters- in-law,
Leora (Robert) Raisler and Grace (Robert) Hyland, both of Oconto Falls; three brothers-in- law Frank Seeman, Florida; Wiliiam (Jerry) and Joyce Jones,'
Marinette; Vernon and Lucille Jones, Downers Grove, Ill.; Leonard and Vonnie Jones, Atlanta, Ga.; numerous nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her parents; parents-in-law, William and Anna Jones; a brother, James McCarthy Jr.; sis- ters, Dorothy (Lawrence) Taapa, Winifred (Frank) Seeman; sister-in-law, Elizabeth Jones; brother-in-law, Lawrence Tappa.
Mass of Christian Burial was held Fri. Jan. 7 at St. Patrick Church, $tiles, with Monsignor Carl,E. Steiner, ne Rev. Harold Beerntsen and the Rev. Bob Groher concelebrating. Burial in Abrams Stiles Catholic Cemetery, Stiles.
The family wishes to thank Drs. Grace and Tressler and the nurses and staff on the fourth floor at St. Vincent Hospital, Dr. Clyde Siefert, Rosalee Murphy and the staff at Sharpe Care, Ltd. for their ongoing kindness and thoughtfulness in recent years.
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DE PERE - Gregory Nicholas Golueke, 49, died at his parent's home with his family at his side Monday afternoon, January 10, 2000, of a long illness. Born in Green Bay November 21, 1950, he is the son of Charles M. and Juel M. (Fillion) Golueke. Greg was a graduate of East De Pere High School. He was an accom- pl.ished guitarist. Greg enjoyed the outdoors, lumberjacking, dogs - Joe, Ben. and Coyote; gar-, aging, family g4,,t,togethets and, Iespecially times spent at the fam- ily property.'
He is survived by parents, Charles and Juel Golueke, De Pere; one sister and brother-in- law, Mary and Rollie Hebeler, Menasha; three brothers and one sister-in-law, Robert Golueke, Green Bay; Chuck Golueke, Abrams; Mark and Ann Golueke, Green Bay; one niece, Sara Hebeler; four nephews, Nick Hebeler, Eric, Scott and Paul Golueke; uncle and aunts, Nick and Bert Golueke, Allouez, Josephine Wheeler, De Pere; fur- ther survived by relatives and friends,
A Memorial Mass was held Saturday, January 15 at St. Philip the Apostle Church, De Pere, with the Rev. Larry Canavera officiating.
Malcore Funeral Horne, Green Bay, served the family.


BLACK CREEK - Eugene K. Rusch, N7714 State Rd., Age 71, died unexpectedly -early Thursday morning, January 13, 2000, at the New London Medical Center. He was born June 29, 1928, in Maple Valley Township, Oconto County, son of the late Otto and Lizzie (Luebke) Rusch. On May 16, 1970, he was united in marriage to Delia (Moeller) Dey. Eugene was@@employed at Miller Electric for 22 years. Prior to this he farmed near Gillett. He was a merfiber of Cicero Immanuel Lutheran Church where he served on the Church Council. He was a past volunteer fireman for Cicero Township. Eugene was an avid outdoorsman. He enjoyed hunting, fishing trips to Canada, and loved gardening. He enjoyed his grandchildren and and greqt-grandchildren.
He is survived by his wife Delia; his children: Julie Dey (Bert) Poi, Black Creek; Marlyn (Miranda) Dey, Shiocton; Jayne (Gerald) Zuleger, Seymour; Richard (Georgia) Dey, New London; Willis (Wendy) Dey, Oshkosh; David (Martha) Dey, California; 14 grandchildren and a great-step-grandehild; two sis- ters: Florence (Art) Winkler, Underhill; Olivia Herning, Gillett; a sister-in-law, Bertha Rusch, Gillett; numerous nieces and, nephews. He was preceded in death by three brothers and a sister.
The funeral was held Monday, January 17 at his church with the Rev. Brad Pearson officiating. Burial in the parish cemetery.
Muehl-Boettc@er 'Funeral Home, Seymour, assisted the family.

GREEN BAY -Doris Mazur, 76, 223 Fisk St., died Saturday, January 15, 2000 at her home. She was bom May 30, 1923 in Oconto to Fred and Ruth Noack. Doris mm-ded Joseph Mazur on April 6, 1940 in Oconto.
Doris is survived by her moth- er, Ruth Noack, Green Bay; two sons, Rod and Dan Mazur, both of Green Bay; a son-in-law, Randy Oettinger, Green Bay; grandchildren, Pam Mazur and fiance Mark; Todd Mazur; Jenny (Don) Joski; Brad and Brian Mazur; Jodi (Jeremy) Knaus; 'Stacey Oettinger; two great@ granddaughters, Brittany and Nadia; two brothers, four sisters and their spouses, Lee (Phyllis) Noack, Cecil, Ken (Kay) Noack, Zachow,, Joyce (Jack) Zimmerman, Troy, Mich.; Donna (William) Thomis, Lansing, Ill.; Pat (Bill) Dreager, Marion, Iowa; Karen (Gene) Everett, Las Vegas, Nev.; nieces and nephews.
. She is preceded in death by her father, Fred W. Noack; her husband, Joseph; her daughter, Bonnie (Randall) Oetti4ger; bg@,
daughter in-law, 'Suian Mazur and her sister Eunice
(Walter) Schaefer.
Friends may call after 8:30 a.m. on Wednesday at the Shrine of the Good Shepherd Mausoleum. Funeral at 9:30 a.m. at the Shrine of the Good Sheperd Chapel.
Proko-,Wall Funeral Home, Green Bay served the fawfly..