Margaret C. Bushman,
age 79, formerly of 1128 Thrush St., entered peacefully
into the kingdom of God on March 8, 2000, after her courageous battle with
Alzheimer's. She was born Aug. 24, 1920, in Green Bay to the late Bert and
Emma (Deneys) Slye. On Feb. 13, 1943 she married Oliver Bushman at
Annunciation Catholic Church. They had a long and loving marriage of 52 years.
Margaret was a lifetime member of St. Jude Parish and was also a member of the
church choir and the St. Jude Ladies Guild. Margaret was lovingly involved in her
children's and grandchildren's lives. She enjoyed taking part in her grandchildren's
soccer, football, hockey, baseball, basketball, dance and piano recital and 4-H
She is survived by her loving family, Pat and Norbert Schaetz, Denmark; Jean
Jerry Brosteau, Green Bay; Chris and Jerry Wied, Ashwaubenon; Tom and Becky
Bushman, Green Bay; grandchildren and their spouses (her pride and joy), Jeff
Schaetz, Madison; Julie and Leon Kane, Denmark; Jesse Schaetz and his fiance
Sara Conrad, both of Green Bay; Kelsie Brosteau, De Pere; Toby Brosteau,
Green Bay, and his fiance, Jackie Sirkowski, Krakow; Jason and Missy Wied, De
Pere; Tony Wied, De Pere, and his fiance, Angela Welle, Waukesha; Katie Wied,
a student at Notre Dame Academy; Tim Bushman, a student at Lombardi Jr. High
School; Troy Bushman, a student at King Elementary School; her
great-grandchildren, Sammy Jo, Ben and Jacob Kane, Denmark; Jack Wied, De
Pere; her sisters and brother-in-law, Irene and Vernon De Buth, Green Bay; Milly
Boncher, Green Bay; brother-in-law, Tony Bushman, De Pere; sister-in-law,
Dorothy Bellile, Green Bay; and many nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Oliver; a son, Tim; her parents;
brothers and sisters-in-law, Norm and Clifford Slye, Gerald and Irene Slye, Will
and Bea Slye and Bernard and Lillian Slye; sister and brother-in-law, Walter and
Jeanette Marto; sisters-in-law, Fran and Jeanette Bushman; brothers-in-law, Bill
Boncher and Fred Bellile.
Friends may call at St. Jude Catholic Church from 9 to 11 a.m. on Saturday.
Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday with the Rev. Ron Belitz
officiating. Entombment will be in Allouez Catholic Mausoleum.
The family of Margaret Bushman would like to extend a special word of thanks
the caring staff of San Luis Health and Rehabilitation. In lieu of flowers a
memorial fund has been established in Margaret's name to benefit the
Alzheimer's Association. Blaney Funeral Home is assisting the family with
A Mother's Gift
After she has given birth, a mother begins to give life. By teaching her
love, she opens the doors through which his or her full potential may be realized.
And through every day of her child's life, a mother's gift continues to unfold.
-- Robert Sexton
Christensen, United States Naval Reserve (Retired), beloved
entered the presence of the Father on March 8, 2000, in Green Bay, Wis. He was
born on May 28, 1922, in the Town of Glenmore to Laura and Louis Christensen;
he was the youngest of four brothers, Ingwald, Allen and Melfred, all of whom are
now in the hands of God. A graduate of East De Pere High School, dad played the
tuba in the school band, winning many honors along the way. His love of music
lasted throughout his lifetime as evidenced by his participation in the Green Bay
City Band, the Shrine Band and the Green Bay Packer Band during the Lombardi
years. Along with his friends, Orville and Ellen Pagel, The Little German Band
delighted senior citizens throughout the area until a few short years ago.
A retired veteran and Petty Officer First Class, he fought in two theaters of
operations during World War II, serving on active duty in the Mediterranean and
the Pacific. He was called to active duty again during the Korean Conflict. He was
also a veteran of the Vietnam era, participating as a member of both the Naval
Reserve and Wisconsin Army National Guard. He was also a member of the
United States Coast Guard. His commitment to his country inspired seven of his
11 children to serve as member of the United States Armed Forces.
Carl retired from the State of Wisconsin after 30 years of faithful service,
served in the capacity of motor vehicle license examiner and small group
counselor for the Department of Motor Vehicles. Carl was also a 32nd degree
Mason and a member of the Des Pres Masonic Lodge and the Scottish Rite.
Married in April 1948 at Trinity Lutheran Church to Lucille Katherine
preceded him into the arms of the Lord in 1986, he was the proud father of seven
sons and four daughters, all of whom survive him, Margaret (Peg) Calhoun, Santa
Barbara, Calif.; Allen, James, Tory, Laura Peters, Lu Ann Healy, Chris, Mark,
Hans, Carl and Lynn Bildings of the greater Green Bay area. He was preceded in
death by his beautiful granddaughter, Jennifer, daughter of James. He is survived
by 25 grandchildren, Ann, Teri and Craig, Allen and Judy's children; Lucille and
Wilbur, James and Donna's children; Jason Clark, Tory Senior's son; Tory Jr.,
Tory and Anita's child; Steve, Blaise, Matthew, Amy and Tom, Laura and Bill
Peters' children; John, Aaron, Holden, Hillary and Eric, Lu Ann and Dave Healy's
children; Chris Junior, son of Chris Christensen; Sylvia and Mark Christensen Jr.,
Mark and Kimmer's children; Marissa and Logan, Hans and Terry's children; Veda
and Lambeau, Carl Jr. and Brenda's children; step-great-grandson, Tyler Calhoun,
grandson of Peg and Tom Calhoun. He is also survived by his long time friend and
companion, Lillian Westfahl.
Friends may call at Ryan Funeral Home, 305 N. Tenth St., De Pere, (920)
336-3171, 3 to 6 p.m. Saturday. Masonic Service at 6 p.m. Burial in Zion Lutheran
The family wishes to thank the staff of the St. Vincent's Coronary Care Unit
the care and concern they provided to our dad.
Marcella Holubar, 81, 250 S. Ninth St., De Pere, died Thursday, March 9,
Funeral arrangements are incomplete and will be announced by Blaney Funeral
Mrs. Wesley (Dorothy)
Mrs. Wesley (Dorothy)
Kruschke, 86, died Wednesday, March 8, at a local
nursing home. She was born May 25, 1913, in Suring, to the late Albert and Anna
(Kebshull) Gerndt. On May 4, 1938, she married Wesley Kruschke in Suring; he
preceded her in death, April 28, 1994. Dorothy was a member of Our Savior
Lutheran Church. She loved to play cards and was a member of the Senior Card
Club of Allouez and the Eagles Card Club.
She is survived by her daughter, Connie MacKenzie and her special friend,
Schoen, Green Bay; one grandson, Blaine "James" MacKenzie, Oneida; one
great-granddaughter, Caly Jean MacKenzie, Oneida; one brother and sister-in-law,
Leland and Norma Gerndt, Suring; and nieces, nephews, other relatives and
She was also preceded in death by two sisters, Isabelle Gipp and Viola Dombrow.
Friends may call after 1 p.m. Saturday at Lyndahl Funeral Home, Lombardi Ave.
and Ridge Rd. The funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. with the Rev. Arthur
Callesen officiating. Entombment will be in the Shrine of the Good Shepherd
The family wishes to offer a special thanks to the entire staff at Woodside
Lutheran Home for the care and support given to Dorothy.
Lyons Jr., James M.
James M. Lyons Jr., 36, Green Bay, died Wednesday, March 8, 2000. He was
born on Sept. 26, 1963, in Milwaukee. On Oct. 3, 1996, Jim married the former
Lori Johnson at Central Assembly of God Church, Green Bay. He enjoyed playing
cards, going for rides, going out to dinner and find the word puzzles.
Survivors include his wife, Lori; his parents, Gary and Susan Krueger, Green
two brothers, Steven Lyons, Green Bay; Brian Lyons, Green Bay; one sister, Ann
(Kenneth) Vanidestine, Green Bay; three nephews, Karl, Jason and Bryce.
Friends may call at United Pentecostal Church, 1708 N. Irwin Ave., from 10
Saturday until time of the funeral. Funeral Service 11 a.m. with the Rev. William
Kennedy officiating Saturday at the church. Proko-Wall Funeral Home is assisting
Don Mikol, 85, Green Bay, died March 8, 2000, at his home. Don was born Sept.
20, 1914, in Green Bay, to the late Edward and Mabel (Verheyden) Mikolajcyk
(Miller). He married the former Arlene M. Van on March 31, 1951, in Green Bay.
Don worked for the City of Green Bay for over 30 years and retired in 1977. He and
his family were very proud of the fact that he was inducted into the Green Bay
Bowling Hall of Fame in 1976. Don enjoyed all types of sports, especially fishing
with his wife.
Don is survived by his wife of nearly 49 years, Arlene; four children and
spouses, Dona and Jerry Schoen, Cindy and Frank Newell, Gary and Sue Mikol
and Linda and Chuck Chappelle, all of Green Bay; grandchildren and
great-grandchildren; one sister and spouse, Rita and Floyd Roskom, Green Bay.
Friends may call at St. Willebrord Parish, 209 S. Adams St., Saturday, 10:30
a.m. until the time of the service. Funeral service Saturday, 1 p.m. at the church.
Entombment will be at Allouez Chapel Mausoleum.
MALCORE Funeral Home assisting the family.
Don's family extends a special thank you to Dr. Robert Stevens and Kay
of Home Health Care for their TLC provided throughout Don's illness.
Sylvester O'Leary, 89, Green Bay, died Thursday, March 9, 2000. Arrangements
are incomplete and will be announced by Proko-Wall Funeral Home.
Piorek, Leonard J.
Leonard J. Piorek, Green Bay, passed away Thursday, March 9, 2000, at a local
nursing home. Arrangements are pending. Schauer & Schumacher Funeral Home,
432-4841, is assisting the family.
Wood Sr., Richard "Dick" H.
Richard "Dick" H. Wood
Sr., 63, Stiles, died suddenly Wednesday
March 8, 2000, at home while working in the yard. He was born April 23, 1936, in
Manitowoc, to Leon and Edna (Elk) Wood. As a young man he served in the U.S.
Air Force during the Korean Conflict. Dick lived in the Oconto Falls area for most
of his life and was employed as a service manager at two car dealerships in Green
Bay and Pulaski. He most recently worked as a self-employed carpenter. He was
a member of Our Saviour Lutheran Church in Lena. As an avid Green Bay Packers
fan, Dick handcrafted items with Packer themes from his workshop.
Survivors are his wife, Nancy; his children from a previous marriage, Rich (Debi)
Wood II, Spruce; Dawn Wood, Oconto Falls; Dean (Lisa) Wood, Pound; Bob
(Stacy) Wood, Burkburnett, Texas; his stepchildren, Victoria (Gary) Stuckart, De
Pere; Michael Ekberg, California; Holly (Terry) Grose, Green Bay; 17
grandchildren; two brothers, Vilas "Woody" (Marge) Wood, North Carolina; Wally
(Elda) Wood, Manitowoc; two sisters, Pat (Roy) Finley, West Virginia; Sharon
(Jack) Gallagher, Oconto Falls; one sister-in-law, Carol Reynolds, Green Bay.
He was preceded in death by his parents; one sister, Barb; and one brother,
Friends may call at Jones Funeral Service in Oconto Falls after 10 a.m.
until the time of services. Funeral 1 p.m. Saturday at the funeral home with the
Rev. Warren Steffenhagen officiating. Burial in the Town of Stiles Cemetery.
In lieu of other expressions of sympathy, memorials may be made.
Gooding, Mrs. Mary "Peg"
-- Friends may call at Proko-Wall Funeral
1630 E. Mason St., from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Friday. Funeral Service at 7 p.m. at the
Funeral Home, Chaplain Stan Lillich officiating. Burial in Greenwood Cemetery, De
Schmidt, Arthur W. -- Friends may call at MALCORE Funeral Home, University
Ave. at Baird Street, Friday 4 to 8 p.m. Parish wake service Friday, 7 p.m. at the
funeral home. Visitation will continue at the funeral home Saturday morning until
the time of the service. Funeral service Saturday 10 a.m. at Saints Peter and Paul
Parish, with the Rev. Thomas Farrell officiating. Entombment at Allouez Chapel
Tyrrell, William J. -- Friends may call at Cotter Funeral Home, 860 North
Webster Avenue, De Pere, Friday 4 to 8 p.m. The visitation will continue Saturday
after 9 a.m. at Resurrection Catholic Church, 333 Hilltop Dr., Allouez, Wis., until
the time of service. Mass of Christian Burial Saturday 11 a.m. at the church, with
the Reverend Paul Demuth officiating. Entombment at Allouez Chapel
Welles, Ann K. -- Friends may call at Proko-Wall Funeral Home, 1630 E. Mason
St., from 9:30 a.m. until time of funeral Saturday at St. Matthew Catholic Church,
130 St. Matthews. Mass of Christian Burial 10:30 a.m. Saturday at the church
with Father David Baeten officiating. Entombment at Allouez Chapel Mausoleum.
Proko-Wall Funeral Home assisting the family.
(Skenandore) -- Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at
10:30 a.m. Friday at Holy Apostles Episcopal Church in Oneida with the Rev.
Brad McIntyre, officiating. Burial to follow in the church cemetery. Ryan Funeral
Home, De Pere, assisting the family.
Amy E. Steinhaus
Amy E. Steinhaus, 93, a resident of the Beach Health Care Center of the Sheboygan Retirement Home, died there Wednesday evening, March 9, 2000.
Amy was born May 16,1906 in Fond du Lac, Wis. to Alfred and Elsie (Schultz) Seidenspinner. The family moved to Sheboygan in her youth were she attended local schools. She graduated with a B.S. degree in English from Northwestern University. She, furthered her education at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and at the Bush Conservatory of Music and Speech.
Amy was on the faculty of Wheaton College where she developed and directed the Women's Department of Physical Education, On Oct. 10, 1934, she married Frederick C. Steinhaus of Sheboygan. Mr. Steinhaus joined the Stubenrauch Architectural firm during their formative years, with his architectural career spanning over 50 years.
The couple resided on Long Court for most their married life. Mr. Steinhaus preceded her in death on Aug. 8, 1990.
Mrs. Steinhaus was a member of St. Luke United Methodist Church where she served the church as a teacher of senior high youth and directed the Methodist Youth Fellowship. Amy was also Chairman of the Commission on Missions, member of the Board of Administration, Council on Ministries, was a Life Member of the United Methodist Women and served as Lay Leader of the St. Luke Church. She was also a member of the executive committee of the Council of Ministries for the Wisconsin Conference of the United Methodist Church and a member of the board of Global Ministries. She also was state secretary of the committee on Health, Retirement and Social Services, was a member of the Women's Society of Christian Service where she served as secretary of Missionary Education and Service and was also chairman of the Wisconsin Conference School of Missions and Christian Social Relations.
Amy was one of the founders of the Sheboygan Retirement Home, and served on its Board of Directors and was founder and editor of "Facets," the retirement home newsletter.
She was honorary Life Member of the American Association of University Women and was past president of the local branch of the A.A.U.W. She was a member of the Sheboygan Woman's Club and an associate member of the Kohler Woman's Club. Amy was actively involved in the Hmong community serving as chairman of the Refugee Resettlement Committee.
Survivors include two sons and daughters-in-law, Ralph and Nancy Steinhaus of Kalamazoo, Mich., Richard and Pat Steinhaus of Litchfield, Ill., four grandchildren, Kirk Steinhaus, Karen (Chris) Wood, Benjamin and Kathy Steinhaus, and other relatives and friends.
In addition to her parents and husband she was preceded in death by two brothers, Rev. Charles Seidenspinner and Rev. Clarence Seidenspinner.
Funeral services will be held Saturday at 2 p.m. at St. Luke United Methodist Church. The Rev. Larry Moody, pastor, will officiate. Burial will follow in Wildwood Cemetery.
Friends may call at Ballhorn Funeral Chapels on Friday (today) from 7 to 9 p.m. and at the church on Saturday at the time of service A memorial fund has been established in her name for St. Luke United Methodist Church.
Cyril P. Roehrig
Cyril P. Roehrig, 88, of 1702 Coolidge St., New Holstein, died Wednesday evening, March 8, 2000 at the Calumet Homestead Rehabilitation Center, New Holstein where he resided the past one and one-half years.
He was born Oct. 10, 1911 in St. Anna, a son of the late Casper and Isabelle Dreifuerst Roehrig and attended school in St. Anna.
On Feb. 28, 1938, he married Adeline Schrage at Holy Cross Catholic Church, Mt. Calvary. The couple celebrated their 50th and 60th wedding anniversaries.
Cyril farmed the family homestead in the town of New Holstein until retiring in 1976 when they moved to New Holstein. He also worked at Kohler Co. and Arps Corp. for a number of years.
He was a member of Holy Rosary Catholic Church, New Holstein and the Holy Name Society. He enjoyed fishing and playing cards.
Survivors include his wife of 62 years, Adeline; six children, Janice (Charles) Bittner of Green Bay, Judy (Gerald) Pieper of Manitowoc, James (Shirley) Roehrig of New Holstein, Anne (Allan) Overby of Arvada, Colo., Paul (Margaret) Roehrig of New Holstein, Lois (Paul) Achter of New Holstein; 13 grandchildren, Mike (Liz) Bittner, Patrick Bittner, Daniel Pieper, David Pieper, Kelly (Dave) Casper, Troy (Stacy) Roehrig, Mindy and Becky Roehrig, Michelle (Eric) Jens, Mark Roehrig and fiancee, Tricia Hintz, Ryan Achter and friend, Elizabeth O'Connor, Kurt Achter and Danielle Overby. He is further survived by six great-grandchildren, Jenna and Brian Bittner, Gillan Winquest Pieper, Brett, Samantha and Calvin Casper; two brothers, Harold (Dorothy) Roehrig and Dennis (Vivian) Roehrig, both of St. Anna; and four sisters, Jean (Elroy) Mauer of New Holstein, Alyce Pethan of Kiel, Rita (Howard) Hipke of Park Forest, Ill. and Mae Klase of Franklin, and a brother-in-law, Walter Bartel.
He was preceded in death by his parents, one sister, Lucille Bartel and two brothers-in-law, Robert Pethan and Charles Klase.
A funeral Mass will be held at 10:30 a.m. Monday, March 13 at Holy Rosary Catholic Church, New Holstein with the Rev. Frank Weber officiating.
Entombment will be in Ledgeview Memorial Park and Mausoleum in Fond du Lac.
Friends may call at the Meiselwitz-Vollstedt Funeral Home, Kiel, on Sunday from 4 to 8 p.m. and at the funeral home on Monday from 8 a.m. until 10 a.m.
when brief family rites will be held.
Gene David Klunk
Gene David Klunk, age 63, of 1409 Greenfield Ave., Sheboygan, died early Thursday morning, March 9, 2000, at St. Nicholas Hospital.
Gene was born in Sheboygan on April 18, 1936, a son of the late John and Helen (Goddard) Klunk.
He was a 1955 graduate of Sheboygan Central High School.
On Aug. 15, 1964 he married the former Donna M. Fritsch at St. Peter Claver Catholic Church in Sheboygan.
For many years he was employed as an upholsterer at Knaack Upholstery. He served in the National Guard, retiring In 1963. Gene loved to fish, hunt and do woodworking.
Survivors include his wife, Donna, two sons, Peter (Patty) Klunk of Plymouth and Jeff Klunk of Sheboygan, three daughters, Jennifer (Robert) Jens of Elkhart Lake, Kelly Klunk of Plymouth and Deanna (Jimmy) Voigt of Sheboygan, eight grandchildren Ricky, Ashley, Andrew, Katie, Justin, Joshua, Mariah and Jonathan, two brothers, Clifford Klunk of Sheboygan and Robert (Sharon) Klunk of Mountain Home, Ark. and two sisters Mary Ann Bellinder and Janice (Allen) Nowak, both of Sheboygan.
A funeral service will be held for Gene on Saturday, March 11, 2000, at 3 p.m. at the Ramm-Ziegler-Novak-Rettke Funeral Home, Southside Chapel, with Sr. Marilyn Brodd, of St. Peter Claver Parish, officiating.
Entombment will take place at Sunrise Memorial Garden.
Friends may call at the funeral home, 1535 South 12th Street, on Saturday, from 1 p.m. until the time of the service at 3 p.m.
A memorial fund has been established in Gene's name.
Jeanette L. Pirkov
Jeanette L. Pirkov, age 86, formerly of 2131 Plymouth St., New Holstein, died Wednesday, March 8, 2000 at the Calumet Homestead Rehabilitation Center in New Holstein.
She was born July 27, 1913 in New Holstein, a daughter of the late Adolph and Emelia Klauck Bruns.
Jeanette graduated from New Holstein High School in 1931. She worked at the former Flexiclogs Shoe Co. and at Tecumseh Products in New Holstein.
On July 18, 1934, she married Mark G. Pirkov Sr., at Holy Rosary Catholic Church, New Holstein.
Jeanette is survived by two sons, Mark L. Jr. (Dee Ann) and Lee, all of New Holstein; three daughters, Helen Quandt of Wayside, Jane (Dean) Prentice of Little Rock, Ark., and Faye (Richard) Enders of Prentice; and one brother, Art (Pearl) Bruns of Chilton. She is also survived by numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
She is preceded in death by her parents, her husband on March 23, 1993, one brother, Gilbert Bruns and one great-granddaughter, Sara Prentice.
Friends may call at the Sippel Funeral Home in New Holstein on Saturday, March 11, from 10 a.m. until noon.
Funeral services will follow at noon at the funeral home with the Rev. James E. Werner, officiating. Burial will be in the Holy Rosary Catholic Church Cemetery in New Holstein.
Nicholas L. Luecke
Nicholas L. Luecke, age 20, of N7558 Meadowlark Road, Sheboygan Falls, passed away Wednesday March 8, 2000.
He was born Sept. 26, 1979 in Sheboygan, a son of Douglas and Kristi Horness Luecke.
Nic attended school in Howards Grove, and received his H.S.E.D. from Lakeshore Technical College in 1998. He was most recently employed with Luecke Roofing and Siding and Rich Co. of Haven.
Nic had artistic talents, and he enjoyed drawing and writing poetry.
Shooting pool with his brothers and Dad was a favorite pastime, as was sharing his love with his family and many friends.
Surviving Nic are his loving Mom and Dad, his brothers Cory and Marc, paternal grandparents, Lloyd (Judy) Luecke of rural Sheboygan Falls and maternal grandparents, Robert (Pat) Horness of Howards Grove. He is further survived by numerous uncles, aunts, cousins and many friends.
A funeral service will be held for Nic on Saturday March 11, 2000 at 7 p.m. at Trinity Lutheran Church of Howards Grove with the Rev. Darrel Bergelin, pastor, officiating. Interment will be in Immanuel Lutheran Cemetery, Town Mosel.
A time of visitation and support will be held at the church on Saturday from 3 p.m. until the time of the service.
A memorial fund has been established in the name of Nicholas L. Luecke.
The Zimmer Funeral Home of Howards Grove is assisting with arrangements.
Eleanora L. Sippel
Eleanora L. Sippel, 94, a resident of the Villa Loretta Nursing Home, Mt. Calvary, for the past five years, died there Wednesday, March 8, 2000.
She was born Sept. 28, 1905 in the town of Forest, a daughter of the late George and Elizabeth Kummer Sippel. She attended St. Cloud Catholic Grade School.
Eleanora spent most of her life as a housekeeper for various priests in the Chicago area until retiring and moving to Fond du Lac.
She is survived by two sisters, Laura Hebbard of Chicago and Stella Smith of North Carolina and nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by seven brothers and two sisters.
Friends may call at the Villa Loretta Nursing Home in Mt. Calvary from 4 to 6 p.m. on Friday, March 10, where a funeral Mass will be held at 6 p.m. The Rev. Elroy Pesch will officiate and burial will be in Holy Cross Catholic Cemetery in Mt. Calvary.
The Huss Funeral Home in St. Cloud is serving the family.
Lester M. Spindler
Lester M. Spindler, 72, of 16728 Lax Chapel Road, Kiel, died unexpectedly Wednesday evening, March 8, 2000 at Calumet Medical Center, Chilton.
He was born May 17, 1927, son of the. late Walter and Louisa Spindler Spindler.
He attended Washington School in Ada.
On June 16, 1951 he married Marilyn Jacoby at Sheboygan Falls.
Lester lived and worked most of his life on the farm that he was born on, near Ada, until retiring in 1993 when they moved to Millhome.
He was a lifetime member of Bethel United Church of Christ, Town of Herman, where he formerly held the treasurer position and was a member of the consistory.
Survivors include his wife Marilyn, four sons Randy (Valerie) of rural Newton, Larry of rural Ada, Floyd of rural Ada and Terry (Faye) of rural Ada; one daughter, Bonnie (Paul) Diersen of Fargo, N.D.; seven grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
He is further survived by two brothers, Elmer of Sheboygan, Arno of rural Ada and one sister, Roma Maeuser of rural Elkhart Lake.
He was preceded in death by an infant daughter, one brother, Norman Sr. and one sister, Nelda Wehrmann.
Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m., Monday, March 13, 2000 at Bethel United Church of Christ, town of Herman with the. Rev. Hilbert Klein officiating.
Burial will be in the Church cemetery.
Friends may call at the Meiselwitz-Vollstedt Funeral Home in Kiel on Sunday, March 12, 2000 from 4-8 p.m. and at the CHURCH on Monday from 10 a.m. until the time of service.
A memorial has been established in his name.