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Danielle Dutoi Schmidt posted on 7/14/20

My prayers for the family’s comfort and peace. When I visited Anne’s home, Mr. Marzolf was a kind and funny man. The world became a little darker losing him. My sincere condolences, Danielle Dutoi Schmidt

 

 

Danielle Schmidt posted on 7/14/20

My wishes for the family’s peace and comfort. I remember Mr. Marzolf from visiting Ann during HS. He was a kind and funny man. It’s a little darker in the world now.

 

Norm & Marion Beachley posted on 7/14/20

Dear Scott, Anne was such an inspiration to us even though we saw her fairly seldom. She was a perfect match for you and we hope even though she is no longer on this earth that she will continue to inspire you to carry on with your life in a way to honour her and please her - as you have already been doing. We are so sorry for your loss and ours as well. We wish you well in all you do & hope to see you before too long. With affection and caring, Norm & Marion Beachley

 

Jen Hein (Lipski) posted on 7/14/20

My childhood is filled with wonderful memories of Mr. Rosenow (and Mrs. Rosenow) going to an unfathomable number of Kids Korps shows, trips and events. Many of my best memories include the Rosenow family. I will always remember Mr. Rosenow driving us almost daily to a KK show(s) in his van every summer and then if we were lucky stopping at McDonald's on the way home. I am so truly sorry for your loss Sarah and Ryan, your dad was an amazing man. His hugs were the best. I know he and you mom will always be looking down at you and smiling. Deepest sympathy and love to your entire family.

 

Patricia Klister posted on 7/14/20

I was so saddened to see the notice of Pam's passing. I know she will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved her but she is at peace now. My deepest condolences to the family. Cherish the memories, Bill.

 

Scott Pichelman posted on 7/14/20

Very sad to hear of Terry passing. Peace to Denice and family, thinking of you during this time. Take care.

 

Carol & Jim Peterson posted on 7/14/20

Sending healing prayers and comforting hugs to family and friends. May the Lord bring you and your family the much needed peace during this sad time. We know that God has put her in a special place where she will be watching over the people who loved and cherished her! There is sorrow but also smiles as we remember the good times she & my Mom shared as friends. I’m sure they are together again creating laughter and smiles.

 

Tom and Pat Henrich posted on 7/14/20

Our prayers and thoughts are with you at this time. Tom has so many fond memories of growing up in the neighborhood and at Grace Church with Neil. He was a sincere and fun friend to both of us.

 

Cathy Alsum posted on 7/13/20

Many thoughts and prayers with your family. Thinking of you and praying for you! Cathy Alsum RN

 

 

BRIAN ROSENOW posted on 7/13/20

well be seeing ya in the after life say hi from me to everyone there..Will see ya when we see ya.................and to Ryan and Sarah sorry for your loss but hes with your Mom and everyone thats been missing him for along time ...HE WAS A GREAT FARTHER ,GRANDFATHER , UNCLE ALL AROUND HELL OF A GUY AND TRULY WILL BE MISSED..........

 

Karen Donohoue posted on 7/13/20

Neil was one of our favorite grandparents that always came to our Angels softball games and tournaments. I really enjoyed getting to know Neil over the years. My heart is truly saddened at the loss of such a great man, father, & grandfather. One of my fondest memories of Neil was when I was out in California in 2017 & I went to see The Brewers play the Los Angeles Dodgers and I had heard that Neil was going to be at the same game. I called Ryan and asked him to secretly find out where Neil was sitting. Me & My Girls walked up to Neil at Dodgers Stadium in his seat unannounced! The look on his face was priceless! ♥️ You will forever be missed, Neil!

 

Bev DeGenova Wysocki posted on 7/13/20

Tim and I were absolutely devastated to hear of Neil’s passing. Neil was an exceptional person who always had a smile on his face and a smile in his heart. He was an even better friend. I’ll treasure always those years as neighbors; the countless silly pranks and get-togethers. He lived for his family and my heartfelt sympathies go out to Ryan an Sarah, as well as his grandchildren. I pray he’s safely in God’s hands and with his beloved Marge. Bev and Tim Wysocki

 

Denise Panozzo posted on 7/13/20

What a beautiful service. I am so glad I was able to "attend". Kim was a beautiful person and will be greatly missed. My prayers are with all of you.

 

 

Lawrence Panozzo posted on 7/13/20

Wer had barely just seen you ans you looked great! This is so hard to believe. RIP

 

Mary L Geralts posted on 7/13/20

Mike, I'm sorry for your loss! Mary Lou Geralts

 

BILL AND BETTY PETERSON posted on 7/12/20

SORRY TO HEAR ABOUT JUDY. YOU HAVE OUR DEEPEST SYMPATHY. DON IF YOU CAN E-MAIL ME YOUR ADDRESS I WOULD LIKE THAT. BILL . WHERE DOES THE TIME GO?

 

Pat & Jerrt Tobin posted on 7/12/20

Darlene, we rate sorry to see of Dave’s passing. His whit and quick sense of humor will always be remembered And missed by many. .

 

Claudia posted on 7/12/20

Anne's intelligence and beauty graced so many lives and she left this world a better place. She will always inspire me.

 

 

Jean Rieger posted on 7/12/20

So very sorry for your loss, he will be truly missed.

 

Helen Stanley posted on 7/12/20

Our deepest condolences to the who family, she was such a good part of my family and always remembered with fond memories Now she is reunited with my mom again .our thoughts and prayers Helen,Tom and Judy

 

Marc Kestly posted on 7/12/20

We’re going to miss our Dad very much, but from the outpouring of love and support, and hearing so many memories from friends and family, he not only touched our lives but so many others. Dad, you may not be with us on Earth anymore but you’ll always be in our hearts guiding us through life from above. It’s not goodbye, it’s until we meet again someday. Hope you got that hole-in-one in heaven already!

 

Steven J Kane posted on 7/12/20

Marina and Josh I heard this news on July 9th , from my mother, this very sad news and I know very devastating news to you, Josh and his family and their community. I am not sure what I can say that would help never having met Josh or his family, all I know is that you need, both of you need, to stay strong in heart and mind and know the good that the world can bring. I have read the obituaries of his parents and each seemed to hold and radiate a special light on those they touched. That is why you and Josh need to stay strong and continue your lives together and make the world a good and better place. Steven, Masako, Soichi & Kouta Kane

 

KELLY VROMAN/BOB PATTERSON posted on 7/11/20

So sorry for another loss to your family, RIP Terry.

 

Todd and Barb Kane posted on 7/11/20

Our hearts and prayers are with you in these sad times. The memorial you shared with us will be in our memories forever and touched us deeply. You shared how amazing Jim and Nedra were and how they touched everyone deeply and forever and we will be touched forever as well. God bless

 

 

Michelle Rodemer posted on 7/11/20

I miss and love you grandma. You will never be forgotten. I hope you, grandpa and mom are all together and reunited. We miss you so much already. Rest In Peace. Love you forever and ever and always.

 

John, Kathy, Katie, Kari (Andy & Nick) posted on 7/11/20

Watching online and sending all our love!

 

Al Leidinger Paula Brunner posted on 7/11/20

Mary- Our deepest condolences to you and your family. Our prayers are with you. Al and Paula

 

Delores Sarenac posted on 7/11/20

Ann, I just found out you passed on. You were my Doctor for approx 25 years off and on. I will miss you soooooooo much! You were my Doctor and a friend.

 

Dale Rine posted on 7/10/20

When Maxine was a young teenager she saved her brother Dale from drowning when the bench they were sitting on broke and fell into Postlake Dale was only three years old at the time Just one of the many wonderful things Maxine did in her life thanks sister

 

Angela Wiklin posted on 7/10/20

My heart is aching for this family right now. I knew Dave when he worked at Crest Cadillac and it was because of him that I met my ex husband and it changed my life. He and Sandy were the witnesses at our wedding. They were such an important part of my life, in so many ways. Both if them truly saved me and my son. Although we lost touch, I loved looking at posts on Facebook. He was such a loving husband to Sandy and a proud father to Ryan. He left us too soon. I remember his crazy sense of humor and his big heart. He would give you the shirt off his back. I know he is looking down on his family and smiling, telling jokes to family in heaven who were waiting on him, and sending warm thoughts and wishes to those who loved him. We will see you again Dave Debiasse!!!

 

 

Christine Sameiro posted on 7/10/20

So sorry for your loss...still cant believe this is real....

 

 

Tremerell Robinson posted on 7/10/20

With Sympathy. Thinking about you in these difficult times and sending my love. John 14 KJV 1. Let not your heart be troubled: ye believe in God, believe also in me. 2. In my Father's house are many mansions: if it were not so, I would have told you. I go to prepare a place for you.

 

Lee Zellmer posted on 7/10/20

Dear Jeff: My sympathies to you and your family. May God give you peace and comfort with His promise of a blessed reunion in Heaven.

 

 

Excel Connection posted on 7/10/20

Cha Lee will be in our hearts and memories forever. It was a joy to see his bright smile day after day. His passion for helping others and hard work ethic will always be remembered. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family during this difficult time.

 

 

Suzanne Morrison posted on 7/10/20

My sincere condolences for this tragic loss. My prayers for the safe repose of This beautiful young man’s soul. I am Kellarease Sanders aunt on her mom’s side

 

 

Alicia Wray Garcia posted on 7/10/20

God is with you all ❤️

 

Orlando Rimmer posted on 7/10/20

I am so sorry for your Loss Juliette and Ms. Patti. I am praying for you both, and your family at this tough time.

 

 

Eugenia Wray posted on 7/10/20

In memory of Jaden N. Sanders-McDaniel, Eugenia Wray lit a candle

 

 

Miles Hagness posted on 7/10/20

Sorry to read about your Mom. I will be praying for you all. Miles Hagness

 

 

Elizabeth Kromm posted on 7/10/20

In memory of Nancy Bishop, Elizabeth Kromm lit a candle

 

 

Enici Soto posted on 7/10/20

Very sorry for your loss .

 

Earlee Dove posted on 7/10/20

A child is always with us. First, in their lifetime, then forever in our memory. My prayer is that God will give you strength to face the upcoming days ahead.

 

 

Felita Gray posted on 7/10/20

We would like to send our sincere Condolences in the loss of my Dear Cousin Linda. May she Rest In Peace. She was always so beautiful. No more suffering. God’s Peace~

 

 

Kells posted on 7/10/20

Sending all of my love to you fam!

 

Mary Jo Knapp posted on 7/10/20

Dear Patti and Family, Please accept my sincerest condolences for Jaden. It makes me happy that he continued loving music his whole life. I will not only pray for Jaden but also for all of you who are in so much pain and loss. He will always be a part of my warm Elm memories. Always an Elmer! Take care of yourselves. With sincere love, Mary Jo and the Knapp Family

 

 

Vickie Jackson posted on 7/10/20

In loving memory of Jaden. I am Quentona’s great aunt.

 

 

Lawrence and Betty Renner posted on 7/10/20

We are sorry for your loss. Mike was a wonderful man and sharp dresser. We wish we could be there for you. With sympathy, love Lawrence and Betty

 

John & Joyce Weigel posted on 7/10/20

Wish to express our sympathies to family members we know from our years attending Bethel Tabernacle. Shirley Olsen, Bev and Dan Fester and all the Bagley family. It is at times like this that is is the hardest for us to not be living in Wisconsin and able to attend memorial services for friends we have known and loved over the years.

 

 

Jamie Kahmanne posted on 7/10/20

My thoughts and prayers are with you and your son. Much love.

 

Karen Carney posted on 7/10/20

God bless the family of this tragic loss the Lord is by your side and you will be comforted we all look forward for the coming of the Lord

 

Stephanie posted on 7/10/20

Growing up with my Aunt Linda was full of beautiful memories. She was kind and gentle. She always knew the words to say to comfort you when you were upset. My aunt Linda was my cheerleader and always saw in me what I didn’t see in myself. I loved hanging out with her and hearing about her life or her thoughts while we played board games. She instilled in me that it’s ok to be different, and to look at those differences as strengths not weaknesses. My Aunt Linda most importantly taught me that strongest people are those that fight every day in the most gentle way. They meet life’s challenges with a gentle smile and are content with being in the moment no matter how imperfect that moment may be. I will miss laughing with you. Until we meet again. I know you be watching over us. Your niece Stephanie.

 

 

Barbara Howze posted on 7/9/20

In memory of Jaden N. Sanders-McDaniel, Barbara Howze lit a candle

 

Barbara Howze posted on 7/9/20

Prayers and love always.

 

 

Joe and Lorie (val rollins) schleicher posted on 7/9/20

Linda, Kim, Sam, Robert we send our heart felt sympathies to you and your families. Till we see you again we will hold you and yours in the palm of our hand as you journey through this hard time. Cuz Lorie and Joe

 

Dale & June Kluth posted on 7/9/20

Donald and family So sorry to hear that Judy passed away. You have our deepest sympathy. May God sustain you in the coming days.

 

 

Betsy Dunst posted on 7/9/20

My thoughts are with you Sandra

 

Michael Sims posted on 7/9/20

My sincere condolences to Nikki, Patti and the family. May you be comforted over time by God and all who love you. May the soul of Jaden be blessed in God's loving arms and be granted with eternal peace.

 

Candace and Richard C Schuettner posted on 7/9/20

It is with such heavy hearts that we have learned about Pam's passing. We never would have imagined that she would have to suffer from cancer, only eventually to lose that fight. Knowing the Dejas made our stay in Lake Geneva that much more special. Pam became a very close friend of mine and I have missed her ever since we moved to Texas. The only respite is that she's now in peace. We send heartfelt condolences to Bill and his family.

 

 

Unique Briggs posted on 7/9/20

In memory of Jaden N. Sanders-McDaniel, Unique Briggs lit a candle

 

 

Julie Carr posted on 7/9/20

Your light will shine forever ❤

 

 

Patti Harris posted on 7/9/20

My loving grandson you stole my heart the moment you were born. You will always be in my thoughts, my prayers and definitely my heart. I will miss your hugs and kisses. I will always love you. So rest peacefully in God’s loving arms my love one fly high. Forever loved Grandma❤️

 

Donna Riedel-Petzold posted on 7/9/20

I was at st Margaret mary with Jim. 2nd thru 8th grade. Seeing him now I still see the smile and nice guy I knew so long ago. My condolences to your family.

 

 

Kim posted on 7/9/20

So sorry for beautiful daugher sister and aunt may jeohovah comfort you all at this time

 

Joanie Smith posted on 7/9/20

My sincere condolences to Nikki, Patti and the family. Jaden's bright smile used to light up the hallways of Elm Creative Arts. May he Rest In Peace.

 

Shannon Bazan posted on 7/9/20

Lona, Sending you and your family lots of prayers and love.

 

K.David Lupardus posted on 7/8/20

Cindy & Family, So sorry to hear of David's passing. I wanted to let you know our thoughts and prayers are with you as you celebrate His life and all he meant to you and your church family. I enjoyed serving with David as a Worship Assistant and also worked with him on environmental issues while he was at Briggs. I had the utmost respect for David and know he will be missed. I regret I was unable to share this personally but please know Fran and I are thinking of you and our fond memories of Cross of Life. Dave Lupardus

 

 

Deepak Arora posted on 7/8/20

In memory of Jason "Jay" Elliott, Deepak Arora lit a candle

 

 

ROCHELLE MATTHAEUS posted on 7/8/20

REST IN PEACE YOU WILL BE MISSED!

 

 

JoEllen and Mike ODonnell posted on 7/8/20

In memory of Jaden N. Sanders-McDaniel, JoEllen and Mike ODonnell lit a candle

 

 

Cynthia Thomas posted on 7/8/20

God is good all the time,and may he keep his loving arm around your family at this time.

 

 

Arthum Jackson posted on 7/8/20

You will be missed love to the family

 

Ederine Kirkendoll posted on 7/8/20

To my 10th street family, that corner will never be the same. My parents, the corner house parents left us with great memories. I thank God for knowing Curly. When Sue and I got into trouble, he’d cover for us for he knew our mothers didn’t play. All the little birdies on Chambers Street hearts are sad. Thanks for keeping an watchful eye on the neighborhood kids. Forever in our hearts. Love you all...Edie Summerville

 

 

Keith Penniex posted on 7/8/20

MY DEEPEST Condolences TO THE BOLDEN FAMILY GONE BUT NEVER FORGOTTEN LOVE YOU ETERNALLY DEAR COUSIN AMEN

 

 

Darryl and Sandra Westmoreland posted on 7/8/20

Sorry for your loss. We are praying for the family and hope all of this madness stops.

 

David W King posted on 7/8/20

I am so sorry for your loss; Jay was taken way too soon and the world is a little less bright. I will miss our time together. There are no words when one is taken so young, just know that you will be missed.

 

 

Bryan Nickolas Sanders posted on 7/8/20

My little cousin, In my eyes you're still the baby. Man, this one right here threw me off. You were definitely one of the young ones was in my family I was looking forward to growing closer with. I'm glad we had our connection even with the age gap. Like I told you when I seen you last, " You're always welcome to come and visit me, that still stands in spirit. I love you Jaden-Nick

 

Dana Bertling posted on 7/8/20

. My Dad touched a lot of lives and he left his foot print on many. Its hard to think that we have to go on with out him. I am not sure what the Lord has in store for him, but I am sure he will take very good care of him until we meet again. Rest in eternal peace Dad I miss you now and forever. I love you more than you can imagine and miss you so much. My heart and soul has a huge void in it. You walked up the 90 steps to heaven. Pausing at each step to make a special imprint on someone elses life. Mostly mine, but, a lot of others too. Now you got to the 90th step and knocked on the door in front of you. God opened it and welcomed you in. The final chapter of your 90 chapters, 90 steps to heaven have come before you. Now you must continue your journey with the Lord. We all will miss you. Enjoy and rest in eternal peace. Love you Dad

 

Matt M posted on 7/8/20

My condolences go out to his wife and kids I’ll always remember JAY for what he did for my kids when my partner passed away he gave my kids an outlet for their anger at his studio he was always there for me and someone I could talk to or if I needed anything he be there for me I hope he be remembered for the great guy and family man that he was I know I’ll never forget what he did for me and my kids Rest in peace you’re gone but not forgotten

 

 

Sheila posted on 7/8/20

My condolences goes out to the entire family. I’m going to truly miss mrs.kemps. I want to always remember Eleanor as this sweet lady whom I’ve became friends with. I even called her [email protected] times as I helped remove snow from here area so that she can have Jeffery(son) ready for his pick ups. I will truly miss you Eleanor. May you rest in peace

 

Kim Sahin posted on 7/7/20

With my deepest sympathy, I am watching this online as I could not attend the service today, Our arms and hearts and prayers reach out to you. Jay was such a loving soul with a beautiful family that we were blessed to hold some of those memories - he will be missed And cherished by so many -May his heart and soul stay near you and his wings fly high as an angel in heaven. God bless your family - I’m so sorry you have to go through this. Stay strong and know our hearts pour out to you. With Love, Kim, Kiera, Mason

 

 

Yolanda Cloyd posted on 7/7/20

Myles visited my house a lot with my grandson. He was the most polite, sweet and caring young man I had the pleasure of knowing. I loved him dearly and will miss him so much.

 

Denise Buell Christensen posted on 7/7/20

My thoughts and prayers are with you and your families. Love, Denise

 

John Wallner posted on 7/7/20

For my loving wife and best friend ,she is now at peace. God bless and keep her.

 

 

Tiffany Fry posted on 7/7/20

Our love and prayers to you all! ❤️

 

Becky Nealey posted on 7/7/20

So sorry for your lost.God will walk with you through this .He have a plan for Jaden so he remove him from to be with him along with his great grand parent.Be strong and hang in there. Becky and family

 

 

Orlando Rimmer posted on 7/7/20

In memory of Jaden N. Sanders-McDaniel, Orlando Rimmer lit a candle

 

Mary Paula Dix posted on 7/7/20

Dear Nancy and Kris, Such a nice tribute to your Mom and your Dad.Your Mom led a very cool life, and I learned some things I did not know about her. You're gonna laugh, because even though I read the death notice in the MJS, somehow I made a donation in your Mom's name to the Wisconsin Humane Society, instead of to the Hunger Task Force( to which I have previously donated). The animals will be happy, and I guess it will also be in memory of your long ago bunny rabbit. Thinking of you. Blessings, gratitude, and love, Mary Paula

 

TIM RYDER posted on 7/7/20

Mark - I am so sorry for your loss! Love, Tim Ryder

 

Pamela Johnson (Biagui) posted on 7/7/20

Hello, I'm Dominique's Mom...I was just heartbroken to hear this tragic news. Please accept my deepest condolences. Praying for peace and comfort for the family.

 

greg sherf posted on 7/6/20

gordy was one of the koolest guys I have met in my journey of 66 years; I was his shell oil rep back in the late 70's and early 80's. that guy could play and sponsor softball as well as drink beer with us youngsters like no one else could after the games- I still have my Gordy's team shell uniform. I will always cherish time spent with Gordy and his friend Chuck Miller. I spoke to Gordy last in 2012 visiting my son who lives in Racine. I plan to fish and drink with him again in my after life. what a kool guy! Greg Sherf

 

 

Keturah Swan posted on 7/6/20

My deepest condolences and my prayers and Love are with you Lauren, Mary, Nick and all family members. Love Sister Keturah

 

Mike and Kathy Machalk posted on 7/6/20

We are very sorry to hear of Jeff's unexpected passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Mike and Kathy Machalk

 

Kare stoiber bajurny posted on 7/6/20

Johnnie sorry for your loss. I always saw the two of you picking stones and rocks. What a wonderful memory. Prayers to you and your family.

 

Laura (Ratzer) Schenk posted on 7/6/20

I am so sorry you hear of your families loss. I went to High School with Jeff and just learned of his passing. I am wishing your family strength to help you through this difficult time. Allow the fond memories to fill your heart.

 

 

Zaniaya posted on 7/6/20

In memory of Jaden N. Sanders-McDaniel, Zaniaya lit a candle

 

Calum Norris posted on 7/6/20

Going to miss hearing your voice and seeing your smile nan. Sleep tight, love you x

 

Donna Denneau posted on 7/5/20

Dennis I’m so sorry to hear about your dad we all loved him. Sorry but I won’t be able to make it sending my love. Donna

 

 

Marisa Renee WIlburn posted on 7/5/20

I am sorry for your loss! I will keep you in my prayers

 

Nancy Jeske posted on 7/5/20

Such a nice lady we enjoy always visiting with her and Don!!! So sorry for your loss, please give Don are condolences for me!!!

 

melissa Eid posted on 7/5/20

Dear Lynne this is Missy Eid (Steinberg) My heart and prayers go out to you and your family your mom was my second mom for many years. I remember when my Dad was watching me he would bring me over to your home to have your mother change me. She was a king joyful person and will be missed. Fill free to call to talk any time 715-779-3070

 

Kathleen Schuh Ries posted on 7/5/20

Patti and Nikki, I am so sorry for the loss of your sweet Jaden. My heart is hurting! Now he will be rocking the Heavens with his music! May he now be your protector! Peace and healing, Kathy Schuh Ries

 

 

Bob Mansell posted on 7/5/20

Pax et bonum to you Lisa, as your souls is close to God

 

Aretha Ilion posted on 7/5/20

Your laugh and your jokes will be missed. So many will miss you here but someone more powerful needed you there. Stay strong Juliette and family. My heart is with you guys. I love you.

 

 

Bruce Laumann posted on 7/5/20

In memory of Peter Michael Willihnganz, Bruce Laumann lit a candle

 

Linda Pacheco posted on 7/5/20

My uncle Roger DuFour was a very soft spoken man and always with a kind heart. I will miss you very much and I know you will be with my mother Duffy (Dolores) and Auntie Jeanne together forever as you were before. Take care of each other along with our Father in heaven Don. God Bless all of you and keep you. I will miss you and love you always. Linda (Prisuda) Pacheco

 

 

Felicia Bryant posted on 7/4/20

In memory of Jaden N. Sanders-McDaniel, Felicia Bryant lit a candle

 

 

Daylinn posted on 7/4/20

Praying for the family! Youu will be missed ☹️ Thanks for always caring , and being there !

 

Mark and Julie Siewert posted on 7/4/20

We're so sorry to hear about the passing of your daughter Jim. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Mark and Julie

 

Stacey, Jean and Hunter posted on 7/4/20

We are here for you. I know your mom loved both of you very much. She will be missed.

 

 

Mikyah posted on 7/4/20

In memory of Jaden N. Sanders-McDaniel, Mikyah lit a candle

 

 

Jokeisha posted on 7/4/20

In memory of Jaden N. Sanders-McDaniel, Jokeisha lit a candle

 

 

Nah´Zia Stone posted on 7/4/20

R.I.P. Jay Jay Sanders Jay Sanders when I heard you were gone. Words couldn even explain it. I´m pretty sure for others too. You will be missed and not for gotten. You´ll alawys kept a smile on your face. You would ask me while we were in school walking down the halls What I´m looking at and then you would bother me❤️, but I I enjoyed the times we shared and had together. You were a great frien to me and many others and a brothers to Mia Evans Maya Evans Savannah Moore Teryàl Dinkins. You were a awesome student to many others. You luv playing basketball.... This one hurt for many❤️

 

 

Angela Ewing posted on 7/4/20

I offer you my thoughts, prayers, and well-wishes during this dark time in your life.

 

Ralf and Paula Kelm posted on 7/4/20

Dearest Elke and family, Paula and I are thinking and praying for you at this time. I have great memories of Hatty, his character, perfectionism, wit and love as I was growing up. Paula and I also remember the fond memories of the 2-7 weekly bible study, where we grew as couples and friends in the Lord. God's comfort and love from us to you!

 

 

Tamesha McKinney posted on 7/4/20

Nikki, my heart, Words can not express my deepest condolences to you. I never once would have imagine us here. I am here for you always no matter what‼️ That will never change. You won’t walk this alone - I got you “Even though I walk through the darkest valley, I will fear no evil, for you are with me; your rod and your staff, they comfort me” - Pslam 23:4 Play on Jay..

 

 

Tammy Lacy posted on 7/4/20

My dear sweet Jay... Loving you ALWAYS

 

 

Takesha Morgan posted on 7/4/20

Prayers and condolences to the family. May God provide peace, comfort, and refuge as you grieve. Rest in heaven Jaden! You will be missed.

 

Greg & Barbara Prisuda posted on 7/4/20

To the Family of my loving uncle Roger, Many years of memories keep coming back. all the trips up north to the cabin to staying over night and enjoying family outings, He enjoyed visiting us after we moved to Colorado.in 1976. We would send the old 8 tracks back and forth with recorded messages, it was fun to listen to. There is too much to say and not enough words to say it. God puts people around us for special reasons and i am Blessed to have uncle Rodger and his family, I love you all. Again thank you uncle for all the memories , enjoy your new home with our Savior. Our eternal home. God Bless. Greg and Barbara

 

 

Fabiola posted on 7/4/20

I remember when him and I weren’t in good terms, we were very awkward with each other because we both didn’t like how we both were. After a few months into freshman year, him and I began speaking more because of our mutual friends, and we found out we were pretty similar. We were both always joking around and laughing, messing around with the cool teachers and we were very loyal to our friends. He’ll always be in my memory because we started off so bad, only to find out we had very similar personalities. Rest In Paradise.

 

 

JoElyn Howze posted on 7/4/20

In memory of Jaden N. Sanders-McDaniel, JoElyn Howze lit a candle

 

 

Sheilah Toombs posted on 7/4/20

In memory of Jaden N. Sanders-McDaniel, Sheilah Toombs lit a candle

 

 

Marsheila Nash posted on 7/4/20

Praying for a peace that passes all understanding and strength to continue on.

 

 

Auntie Pam posted on 7/4/20

My heartfelt condolences to my nephew's immediate Family: my niece Juliette, & her Mother, my Sister Patti. There are no words to describe how much this hurts, but with continuous prayer may you find comfort with God's love & grace. I love & miss you Jaden...soar above the clouds

 

 

Lori Groen posted on 7/3/20

Lisa, my dear neighbor, you will be missed on this street! I will always remember when i was walking on the street with my newborn in her stroller. You came alongside me, rolled down your window and yelled out "just because you had a baby now you think you own the street!" I busted out laughing! You were fun, loving with a kind heart! Your smile will be missed greatly ;)

 

Sue and Randy Hofberger posted on 7/3/20

our heartfelt sympathies to Don and the rest of the family. We always enjoyed talking to Judy and Don about their travels at the family reunions and I have many fond memories of all the family gatherings we had when we were kids. Love, Sue

 

Sandy Knuth Moore posted on 7/3/20

I am so sorry to hear about your mom. I am thinking about each and every one of you. She had a long happy life. The last time I saw Aunt Mac was when she came up to visit my mom before she passed. My prayers are with each and every one of you ❤️

 

Joseph Fasi posted on 7/3/20

I remember Jim Ceman from the first day I met him at Marquette High many years ago. I was privileged to be one of his teachers at MUHS and his smile and great nature will be with me always. What a great guy and so proud of how he became a wonderful husband and father. The great memories will keep your family uplifted in the days and years to come. Until we meet again Jim! Blessings

 

Olivia Boon posted on 7/3/20

Loosing a special person as delightful as Lisa, breaks all our hearts. How richly blessed we all were to have known, even for a short time, someone like Lisa. May we all take with us daily, when we remember her, the joy she gave and her laughter she shared. Sincerely, Olivia and Chaplain Rick Boon

 

Bill Smith posted on 7/2/20

Pauline was a special lady...she shared many of her most treasured memories with me over the years, and I am grateful to have known her. She lives on in the laugh and sense of humor of my wife, her lovely daughter Angela. Godspeed Pauline!

 

 

Amber posted on 7/2/20

Mr Jay was an amazing instructor. Both my sons adored him and he truly was the kind of man you want the students to look up to. The world is truly less for not having him in it

 

Mickey Wallner posted on 7/2/20

I wish I was there. Praying for you. Love to you all! - Aunt Mickey

 

Anna Marie posted on 7/2/20

A man as humble and loving as Gramps will always be remembered by those of us who knew him and loved him. The warmth of his gaze as he said “I love you” The strength of his hugs said “I will keep you safe” The gentleness of his hands said “you are precious to me” I have so many wonderful and fond memories to hang onto, and I am very grateful for the times we spent together like during family gatherings and holidays, to sitting in the hospital while Ryan was in the ICU for 30 days straight, and going to a couple of his appointments. Or going down to St Mary’s and stopping in the middle of the freeway because someone was driving too close! Me, hiding in the back seat with Ryan, to crapping my pants! I remember all of the walks you took Samm and Ryan on, teaching them about nature along the way. You will truly be missed, until we meet again.

 

Robert Motl posted on 7/2/20

Our condolences to the entire Kofroth family. Ed was a great member of our railroad club for over 40 years! We will miss his quick wit and enthusiasm. Our club will be making a donation to the American Cancer Society in Ed's memory. The members of the Milwaukee Light Engineering Society.

 

Bobby Walker posted on 7/2/20

I'll always have fond memories of are summer boating trips. I'm so glad we had a chance last year to reminisce about those good times. I'll miss you Gramps!

 

Nancy Mueller posted on 7/2/20

Our hearts ache for every family member. We have been praying for all. We understand the deep hurt when someone is too young to leave us. There are no words, just tears. With compassion, empathy, and love, Ted and Nancy Mueller

 

dan (arty) marchewka posted on 7/2/20

To whom it may concern. I was Ron's friend Arty. I feel so sad losing Ron. I am leaving this message to try to reach out to either Ron's sister Ilene or Ron's brother Robert. If you can please have them contact me I would greatly appreciate it.

 

Oscar, Mary Jane, Kim and Carl Kopczynski posted on 7/2/20

Our hearts are filled with sadness in the passing of Sylvia. She was a very important part of our family and has been in our lives for many years. Our hearts are also filed with great memories we have made with her together over the years. From travels up north to shopping, adventures, and parties we have had so many good moments of life to remember. We will forever treasure these memories and the impact Sylvia has had on our lives.

 

Ron E Walker posted on 7/2/20

Gramps where to begin, so many fond memories. The time you and I went to build a bed for neen at college, the boat trips to north Wisconsin and having Granma calling the coast guard to see if we were ok while we were in bad fog. And all the great times we all spend at racetrack in Illinois, many many weekends. And as I got older all those great conversations we had at the downstairs bar in Dad's home on 95Th street. You will be missed beyond words- until I see you again Love Ron Jr and family

 

Patty Olson posted on 7/2/20

Our family was lucky to spend many holidays together at Jim and Pam's with Lisa, and her generosity with our boys was always unexpected, but so appreciated. Lisa was easy to be around and made the holidays better just by being present. Our son, Chris, was able to spend time occasionally helping out at Lisa's home and I am grateful he has fond memories of her. She was quite a lady!

 

SHERRY WAGES (WALLNER) posted on 7/2/20

IT HURTS MY HEART THAT THIS GENERATION OF WALLNERS HAVE NOW PASSED ON. UNCLE EDDIE HAS SUCH A SPECIAL PLACE IN MY HEART. WE HAD SO MUCH FUN WHEN HE CAME TO RIVERSIDE, CA OR LAS VEGAS, NV. I PRAY OF COMFORT FOR HIS FAMILY AT THIS TIME. ALL MY LOVE

 

Kelly Case posted on 7/2/20

We are so saddened my the passing of Lisa. She was such a kind, loyal and compassionate woman. She will be truly missed by all who were blessed to know her. She is now soaring instead of suffering and will always stay close to all who loved her. We pray for your peace and healing. The Thomas Kopesky Family

 

 

Kathryn R posted on 7/2/20

In memory of Peter Michael Willihnganz, Kathryn R lit a candle

 

John Barrett posted on 7/2/20

Thinking of family today. My Uncle Eddie made a huge impression on me at an early time in my life. Will remember him with love always.

 

 

JoAnn Patterson posted on 7/2/20

In memory of Darlene "Dolly" Merle Koeckenberg, JoAnn Patterson lit a candle

 

JoAnn Patterson posted on 7/2/20

What a beautiful tribute to a wonderful lady. We have been so fortunate to have had such a close knit family, so many wonderful memories of all three families spending the weekends together at the cottage, Easter breakfasts with soft boiled eggs, sausages, and of course homemade pecan rolls. Christmas Eve alternating houses each years. Great family traditions that I will always cherish. Although we cannot all be together for the service, we will be in spirit (stupid covid). Memories will carry this family through, it is now up to us cousins to carry on the tradiitions of great generation. Love to Kristine and Nancy.

 

SUE posted on 7/2/20

I do not know why the good always die young Such a shame But I know these 2 beautiful souls will rest in peace because they were so precious and so good

 

 

Zanetta Shell-Thomas posted on 7/2/20

In memory of Jacob Rice Moreland, Zanetta Shell-Thomas lit a candle

 

 

Melissa posted on 7/2/20

In memory of John G. Schrimpf, Melissa lit a candle

 

Cathy Stout (Wallner) posted on 7/2/20

Ron, Dennis and Janeen My heart goes out to you today. I wish we could be with you during this difficult time. Please know we love you all and uncle Eddie will be sooo missed. All of us in California love you and our prayers are with you and your families always. Love always the California Wallners

 

 

James C. Wallner posted on 7/2/20

Dear brother John J. Wallner, we were very saddened to hear about the passing of your wife Pauline. Please accept our sincerest expression of sympathy from all of my family to you and all of your family.

 

Diana Leskiw posted on 7/2/20

Mum you left us beautiful memories, your love is still our guide although we cannot see you, you are always by our side Diana, Pete, Grand Children & Great-grand Children Xxx

 

 

Gina Bill Poull posted on 7/2/20

Sending our sincere condolences. May God send you comfort and healing in these hours of need. Rest In Peace Jay

 

 

Richard Doxtater posted on 7/1/20

In memory of Lisa A. Strehlow, Richard Doxtater lit a candle

 

 

Dawn M DiCenso posted on 7/1/20

In memory of Jim Ceman, Dawn M DiCenso lit a candle

 

Dawn & Rich DiCenso posted on 7/1/20

Cee Cee, Our heartfelt condolences to you, Chrissie and Joanie. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Jim is resting with the Lord. He is at peace now. In that may you all have peace. ❤️. Lean on the Lord and friends. Rich and I have been reminiscing about the days of past. Good times. ❤️

 

Casey Brand posted on 7/1/20

CeeCee and family, I am so sorry to learn of Jim's passing. Please accept my deepest sympathy and know that you are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

 

Ellen Neal posted on 7/1/20

"Me. Bob".. A great man who always rose to the occasion. Great husband, father, grandfather. You will be missed dearly. My condolences to the family and all who loved him.

 

Daniel Grosskreuz posted on 7/1/20

Prayers and condolences. Jay's a kind soul. Shalom.

 

Phil Olson posted on 7/1/20

Lisa will be sorely missed by my family. She always went out of her way to make sure Chris and Cody got presents when they were younger. And, even when they were older. She was always ready to greet you with a big smile and a hug. Some people do that from habit but with her you could tell it was purely from the heart. You will forever and always be in our thoughts and prayers. We are proud to have the privilege of knowing you. All our love Patty, Phil, Chris, Cody, and Molly

 

 

Tammy Steg posted on 7/1/20

My deepest condolences to the entire family. Praying for you all.

 

John Hofbauer posted on 7/1/20

Mary and I will greatly miss you down in Florida as we did this past winter. We always enjoyed it when you and Gene stopped by in your golf cart and we had snacks and “beverages”. You were always working on something; a puzzle, painting something ceramic, and lawn art. You always talked so proudly about your family. Rest In Peace dear friend. John & Mary Hofbauer De Pere, Wisconsin

 

Christine Lewicki posted on 7/1/20

Joyce was such a beautiful cousin and with a smile that would light up any room. She will be sadly missed by all the "Tylczynski" cousins. My sympathy to all her family on loss of their Mother and Grandmother.

 

 

john kastner posted on 7/1/20

Heaven is a better place today because Jay is there. I judged many belt testings for Jay. But like always life gets in the way and I lost touch. I am so very sorry for your loss Elliott family.

 

 

Chris Bassuener posted on 7/1/20

I am very sorry for your loss. Edward will be missed by many people. He was such a kind person. I hope he has found Stella already.

 

John Danielson posted on 7/1/20

George and Leah, I was sad to hear that your Mom died. I was blessed to have her in my life as a boy in the 60’s. Your Mother had such a big beautiful personality, she was so talented, and she always made me laugh with that quick wit and rich humor. I recall her masterful wise banter with you George when we were boys, she always got the last word, won the argument, and we were left wiser and smiling from her use of humor. She was always kind to me and easy in conversation. You had the best mom in the neighborhood. I loved her and I’m grateful for her. God bless her, and God comfort you as you mourn her loss. John E. Danielson

 

 

Justin Trzebiatowski posted on 7/1/20

Deepest sympathy and prayers for the family left behind. I fully expect Jay to have all of the hottest hunting and fishing spots located in Heaven once I am able to meet my friend again. Rest in Peace my brother, until we meet again.

 

Angela Smith posted on 7/1/20

We love you and miss you mom. I hope you have found your voice and laughter again.

 

PHIL HOLLY posted on 7/1/20

LYNN, I'M SO SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS. PHIL

 

Irene Mochalski posted on 7/1/20

My sweetest, firstborn niece whom I dearly loved, you were my "Joy". I will love you always. My deepest sympathy to your beloved family. Aunt Irene

 

 

John Paul Wallner posted on 7/1/20

Mothers hold their children's hands for a while, but their hearts forever. Miss you Mom!

 

Geoff Lasch posted on 7/1/20

My deepest condolences. I have fond memories of spending time with Skip, Nancy and family at my Grandmother's. Love to all of you. Sincerly, Geoff

 

 

Craig & Melissa Yun posted on 7/1/20

In memory of John G. Schrimpf, Craig & Melissa Yun lit a candle

 

FIRST Lego League Team "LOL" posted on 7/1/20

We met Dave eight years ago through FIRST Lego League at a competition where he was a judge. Our team was known as “LOL,” FLL team #2430. Our team of girls was nervous, but Dave’s laughter and conversation with them put them at ease. At subsequent competitions, the girls would get so excited when they saw “their favorite judge.” He inspired them with his encouragement. As we continued in FIRST and began judging and volunteering, we got to know him better and looked forward to judging with him. Acts 20:35: In all things I have shown you that by working hard in this way we must help the weak and remember the words of the Lord Jesus, how he himself said, ‘It is more blessed to give than to receive.’ Dave was someone who was always giving of himself. We are blessed to have known Dave and are grateful for his willingness to give to others! Fondly, Team 2430 - LOL Team Members: Hailey Beyer, Jessica Gatewood, Rebecca Gatewood, Aleksey Hicks, Claire Johnson, Emma Johnson, Janelle Johnson, Lauren Parsons, Natalie Wessel, Hannah Willer Coaches: Brent Gatewood, Eric Johnson, Julie Wessel, Mark Willer

 

Darla posted on 7/1/20

I am so very sorry for your loss. Lisa was one of the best nurses I ever worked with. I loved her spirit, dedication, integrity and sense of humor. Heaven gained a beautiful soul. My sincere sympathy.

 

Kim Bostek posted on 7/1/20

All my thoughts and prayers are with Dave's family at this time. I had the honor to work with Dave during his time at Stantec. He enjoyed sharing his knowledge and educating others during each project & audit we worked on together. I will most remember his sense of humor and laughter.

 

Chad and Lori Boyles posted on 7/1/20

We are deeply sorry for your loss. Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. xoxo

 

Sue (Trapp) Meyer posted on 7/1/20

Ceman family – you amaze me, humble me, inspire me. Jim, because of the person you were, and the grace with which you dealt with your illness; Cee Cee, I am in absolute awe of you. Joanie, for always thinking of your Dad (thank you for suggesting the visit with your Dad and Rick during your trip to Mexico – it was a special afternoon); Chrissie, for your beautiful letter to your Dad that says it all; Rick, for your undeniable love for and support of your brother. The world was certainly a better place with Jim in it.

 

Vicki Depies posted on 7/1/20

Lisa was such a loving, caring, huge advocate for her patients, with a positive spirit. Lisa truly lived our mission. I will be forever grateful to Lisa for all that she has done for our organization and patients. I absolutely always loved seeing Lisa. I had the pleasure of working with Lisa just shy of 5 years. We all learned so much from Lisa. Certainly will miss Lisa!

 

Roger & Sherry Lewicki posted on 7/1/20

I am so glad many of us cousins got to reminisce with Joycie at Aunt Irenes 90th Birthday Party. Joycie was such a Nice person with an infectious smile and attitude. We will all miss her.

 

 

Bob Schaab posted on 7/1/20

Thoughts and prayers go out for you and the family

 

Gary and KAREN Teiken posted on 6/30/20

So so sorry on the loss of your Mom. We know first hand how hard it can be. Hugs ❤️ Gary and Karen

 

Stacy & Steve Johnson posted on 6/30/20

I am so saddened by the loss of my dear Auntie Bev! I have so many fond memories over the years of Boulder Junction and the house in New Berlin! May you rest in peace and find comfort in Uncle John's arms again!

 

 

Chris Schrimpf posted on 6/30/20

John, You will be missed more than words can express. I am certain your humble personality never allowed you to realize how much sunshine you brought into the lives you touched. You made people laugh till they cried and amazed many others with how beautiful your craftmanship was. You had a heart of gold and never hesitated to help those in need. But what I will always remember you for is the enormous amount of love you had for Lona, your children and your grandchildren. You've left them with many wonderful memories to cherish all the days of their lives. Rest in peace my wonderful brother-in-law.

 

Karen Blum posted on 6/30/20

What a wonderful picture of my cousin Joycie. Always with that beautiful smile. My sympathies to her family.

 

 

Kellie Basso posted on 6/30/20

There are no words that seem to fit a time like this. So I will simply say, Jim made me laugh and smile via FB so many times and he will be missed, but never forgotten. May God continue to keep you all in His care. God Bless.

 

Sybil McCotter posted on 6/30/20

A beautiful letter to your father, Chrissie, He was a loving, kind man. One of the best. Your family was lucky to have him. So sorry that he suffered such a terrible disease. He is at peace and looking down upon you, your sister, and your mom.

 

 

christine snodgrass posted on 6/30/20

To our dearest God daughter Lisa who was the sweetest 4 year old flower girl in our wedding. You were taken to soon and will be missed dearly. We love you and God Bless you. Love Uncle Steve and Aunt Chris

 

 

Deborah Onken Wheatley posted on 6/30/20

In memory of Hartmut "Hardy" J. Zabel, Deborah Onken Wheatley lit a candle

 

 

Lili Whyte posted on 6/30/20

I joined the Boyd family 22 years ago and I can recall the first time I met Dave. He was warm, kind, and had the most wonderful laugh. Dave was one that made anyone feel welcomed from the start. A kind, gentle person who lit up a room! You are going to be missed, Dave!

 

GEORGE A HANSON posted on 6/30/20

We had the joy of being the optometrist for Maxine and Harold for many years. They were both wonderful people and we always looked forward to seeing them. They will truly be missed. Sue and George Hanson, O.D.

 

 

Sharon Stachowiak posted on 6/30/20

In memory of John G. Schrimpf, Sharon Stachowiak lit a candle

 

 

Eugene puschnig posted on 6/30/20

GOD BLESS

 

andy j barrie posted on 6/30/20

Cee Cee and family, my deepest condolences for your loss. Best, Andy Barrie

 

Kevin Darnell posted on 6/30/20

I worked with Dave at B&S during his tenure their. I will always remember him as a good friend and co-worker. It grieved my heart to hear about the loss to this world. I will pray for peace and understanding for you during this time of sorrow.

 

Joanne Duffy posted on 6/30/20

My condolences to the family. Thoughts and prayers with you during this hard time.

 

 

Rusty Meyer posted on 6/30/20

My condolences to your family.

 

Janice and Brian Sullivan posted on 6/30/20

Tony has been an inspiration to us for many years. From the Grandpa who picked up Matthew from Hoover in a VW bug, or took Tae Kwon Do at JK Lee, to a friendly face during the sign of peace at Seton, you could always count a being received with a smile. Rest in Peace Tony. XO

 

Rick Ceman posted on 6/30/20

Thank you, Jim, for being the perfect brother.

 

 

Cammie posted on 6/30/20

Dear Hardy, You will be missed.

 

Dan Klager posted on 6/30/20

Dave, Diane, Bob, Don, Joe--I am so sorry for the loss of your father. I hope your many good memories of him bring you comfort.

 

Karen Boyd posted on 6/30/20

"Hey Sis!" Those were the first words that would come out of David's mouth when I saw him. I looked forward to them as they were always a comfort to me because they were genuine and filled with love. I will miss those words. My heart breaks for Cindy, Ryan (Katie), Erica and Steven. His thoughtful, calm, caring, loving presence in all our lives will be undeniably missed. Thank-you for your years of encouragement, strength and support of myself and my children and Mom. Thoughts of your big, warm hugs will stay with me and continue to give me comfort. I love you. Karen

 

 

B.J Wicks posted on 6/30/20

In memory of Theodore "Ted" L. Brahm, B.J Wicks lit a candle

 

J Hnat posted on 6/30/20

Sorry for you and your families loss. Our prayers are with you.

 

 

Cathy Glad posted on 6/30/20

Love you and will miss you Auntie.

 

Jason Bond posted on 6/30/20

I didn't know or ever meet your father. I read that beautiful essay about your dad and family. I was born 5 years after your dad was but I never married or had a family of my owned so I smiled and had tears in my eyes as I read that. It is quite obvious that your dad knew Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior. Yes, you will see him again one day many years from now. May the Lord Jesus Christ be with you and your family at this time and forevermore.

 

 

Alice Preston & Jean Balestrieri posted on 6/30/20

We were shocked and saddened to read that Woody had passed. Our deepest sympathy to all. She will be missed until we meet again.

 

Amy minnick posted on 6/29/20

God bless you and your family. Let you find peace during this trying time.

 

 

Kevin & Jamie Koeppen posted on 6/29/20

In memory of Kurt "Birdie" R. Schimelpfenig, Kevin & Jamie Koeppen lit a candle

 

Mary Beth Lenz Spiering posted on 6/29/20

I loved going to Uncle Al’s and Aunt Dolly’s. Their house was always filled with love and laughter and all were made welcome—even my dog Noah. I marveled at how the house was always decorated just right for the season and holiday being celebrated. Aunt Dolly was a wonderful aunt and will be missed. I raise my glass to Al & Dolly and thank them for all the cherished memories. Hugs to Nancy and Kris. Love, Mary

 

Corinne (Lewicki) Tobin posted on 6/29/20

Joyce was such a wonderful woman. Although we were not close as cousins, we were still family and would enjoy catching up when we'd run into each other now and then at Target or Kohls in the New Berlin/Muskego area. She will be missed. My deepest sympathies to her family.

 

 

Julie Abrahamson posted on 6/29/20

Our lives won’t be the same without him. It will be a very empty feeling not seeing Hardy everyday across the yard.

 

 

Lois Mae (Robinson) Haskins posted on 6/29/20

Sister Genevieve, I love you and you will missed dearly. Love Always, Your big sis

 

 

Debbie posted on 6/29/20

I am deeply saddened by the loss of my brother-in-law, Jimmy. He was a wonderful man, a loving father and a doting husband. He will be greatly missed by everyone who knew and loved him.

 

Nancy Jamel posted on 6/29/20

Ron, Dennis, Janeen and families: The heavens are rejoicing now and Uncle Eddie is now with Aunt Stella, the love of his life. There are too many happy memories that will always fill my heart when I think of him, his love and the warm smile that always made everyone feel special. I would love to know who is going to buy the first of many "welcome home" drinks. Your Cuz, Nancy

 

 

Althea Price posted on 6/29/20

To Andrea, Though I did not know your father I am certain he will be missed by you and all your family. Loss is always hard. My heart goes out to you and your family during this difficult time. I will be praying for you and hoping all the good memories you have will Bring much comfort. God Bless! Althea Price

 

Brenda Hough posted on 6/29/20

So sorry to hear of Judy's passing. She was always so nice to me and Steve.

 

Perry Bonnema posted on 6/29/20

I think fondly on the last time we were together and am glad I got to meet you again after so many years, cousin. I am thinking of and praying for your children, wife, brothers, sister and other family and friends during this difficult time. Sending you all my love. Perry

 

Pat / Tom Weinig posted on 6/29/20

Fields Family -was a pleasure to know Judy, when we met, Judy always had time to say HI. hows everything! Our hearts and prayers are being sent to all,

 

Cynthia Mochalski posted on 6/29/20

I will remember my cousin as a woman of style and grace. She will be missed by all who knew and loved her.

 

Kristen Gunderson-Inden posted on 6/29/20

May happy memories fill all of your hearts. I was lucky enough to have known Dave for a number of years and worked with him at RMT and Stantec. He was my manager for the past 1.5 years. Even luckier to have called him a friend and mentor. His big laugh and is funny "hello" will forever remain in my head and heart.

 

Betty Thomas posted on 6/29/20

Met Judy in Fl , the condo the stayed in overlooked my house! Met her family on the beach and became fast friends! Sending my deepest sympathy to all of you!

 

Gary Anderson posted on 6/29/20

Hello, Mark. My name is Gary Anderson. I am sorry to hear of the loss of your brother, Doug. My Grandmother (Hattie Wolfe) and your Grandfather (Paul Dreifke), were siblings. It was only several weeks ago that I had wondered "what ever happened to the Dreifke's in Milwaukee? I remember you, your Mom, your Grandmother, Marie and your brother Doug coming to visit us in Kenosha. Doug sure seemed to have lived a full life. Please feel free to drop me a line. I'd love to hear from you. Again, my sympathies.

 

Mary Ann Hittle posted on 6/29/20

Along with my brothers Bob and Tom, and our families, we send our condolences to our Aunt Maxine's entire family and circle of friends. A long life, well lived, is such a blessing to all who share in that life. We know that you have many, many wonderful memories, and hope these memories bring you comfort, peace and joy. Our mother, Elaine, shared stories with us of the years she and Maxine spent together during World War II, when they both worked in Milwaukee; they truly were members of The Greatest Generation, and will be sadly missed by all of us. We send our sincere thoughts of sympathy for your loss.

 

Joan Tillison Fahning posted on 6/29/20

Joyce was the first of the Tylczynski cousins whom I loved and admired deeply. Beautiful smile and personality. May she find peace and joy in reuniting with all of our wonderful family members on the other side. Deepest condolences to family left behind.

 

Jim & Julie Tillison posted on 6/29/20

The picture of Joycie, as I called her, tells the whole story. Always a big smile on her face and a good word for everyone. Though I have not seen or talked to her in years, we am so saddened about her passing. Our deepest sympathy to all her kids, grand kids and great grand kids. Jim & Julie

 

Cheryl Thomsen posted on 6/29/20

Cindy and family - we are so sad to hear this news. I will never forget my week spent with David in the Boundary waters with the high school kids from COL. Especially the night I was sure there a bear in our campsite - only to realize it was David snoring! What a gift he was. I am sure you all are missing him terribly. God bless you and guide you through this most challenging time your lives. Love and prayers to you

 

Patricia Hanz posted on 6/29/20

My heart goes out to you for your sudden and tragic loss. I worked with Dave for decades and found him to be one of the smartest and most genuine people I have ever met. Know that he loved you and was incredibly proud of your accomplishments. You no doubt have many, many happy memories and I hope they provide you with a source of strength and comfort. Patty

 

Terry and Marj Hagen posted on 6/29/20

Our heart hurts for you a;; Donny, so many memories from years ago..Judy had a big heart for kids and even baby-sat mine..she will be missed by many. Prayers are with you all ♥

 

Lynn Latham posted on 6/29/20

Sending my condolences and prayers to the entire family during this time of the loss of your love one.

 

 

Lynn Latham posted on 6/29/20

In memory of George Washington Holt, Lynn Latham lit a candle

 

Bobby Fratto . Irene and Hydee posted on 6/29/20

The world stopped spinning for a bit when Uncle Eddie left it; while we live cross-country, we were always together in our hearts.

 

Melanie Klamar posted on 6/29/20

I had the pleasure of working with Dave during his RMT days. I could always count on him for a smile or a laugh, especially during a stressful day at the office. My heartfelt condolences go out to Dave's family - may God comfort you today and always.

 

 

Jeff Chatham posted on 6/29/20

We are so sorry for your loss. We know that Hardy is with our Heavenly Father now.

 

 

Wendy Louis posted on 6/29/20

My deepest condolences and prayers. Always remember your family and your kindness.

 

John Kempf posted on 6/29/20

I still haven’t processed your parents death. I wish I could have been with you Saturday to share tears of sadness and joyful memories. So, I shed tears in your absence and have fond, joyful memories of my times with Jim, Nedra and you children: camping, playing in your back yard, roofing a shed, eating meals in your home, having some of you in my classroom, seeing you at church and youth group events, attending weddings, chance meeting in the Northern Kettle Moraine- all of these memories add value to my life and anchor my soul with safe, encouraging, kind, generous, loving experiences. Yes, you and your parents brought goodness, kindness, faithfulness, and joy into my life. And now Jim and Nedra are gone- and that leaves a gaping hole that gets filled with confusion, sadness and pain. So, I will be working to grieve their loss along with you- tears of sadness mixed with joyful memories will fill many days ahead. John Kempf

 

ALEXANDER JUHASZ posted on 6/29/20

I was honored to have worked with Dave in the past. I will always remember him for his humor, optimism, and kindness. I will sorely miss hearing his laugh. My sincerest and deepest condolences.

 

 

Ron and Mary posted on 6/29/20

We’ll never forget all the memories we had. We love you. Say hi to Mom. Ron and Mary

 

 

Andy & Terri Knepper posted on 6/28/20

There are no words to express what a tragic loss John is to his family and his extended family. He had so many friends that considered him part of their families. So many memories come to mind when I think of John. We came home one day to find him grilling a frozen pizza outside because our stove wasn’t in yet. I look around at my home and think to myself oh John did that, or that was John’s idea. He always went above and beyond what folks expected from his craftsmanship. You could ask him the warranty on a job he just did and he would reply “it expires when I walk out the door”. That was just John, proud of himself and the work he did. We will always be in debt to him for the many times he saved our butts at our shop and didn’t ask for anything in return. He will always be remembered as our “Elf”. Sending nothing but sincere love and prayers.

 

Heidi Olson posted on 6/28/20

So sorry to hear this, Thoughts and prayers to the whole family.

 

 

Crystal Freeman posted on 6/28/20

The Freeman Family Sends Our Deepest Sympathy to the Holt Family. I know that Mr.&Mrs Holt is Back together again forever..May you all find peace in Knowing he is in Good Hands Once Again.

 

 

Karen Follmann posted on 6/28/20

In memory of John G. Schrimpf, Karen Follmann lit a candle

 

 

Claressa posted on 6/28/20

I’m so sorry for ur loss. Ur entire have my deep condolences and in my prayers

 

Kris Johnson posted on 6/28/20

Cindy, Ryan, Erica, and Steven - Our hearts are with you. You were so lucky to have David as your husband and father, and he was crazy lucky to have you. When the grief eases, I hope you will feel and remember the love and the joy. Peace and blessings to you. Kris

 

 

Anne Elizabeth posted on 6/28/20

On many occasions, while visiting Auntie Marcia and Uncle Dick (my godparents) in Ripon or with them up 'nort', Uncle Jerry, Auntie Pam and the boys would visit. I sensed and saw the joy that Uncle Jerry brought to house. Such a love of life that I got be a small part of-what a blessing. God's speed, Uncle Jerry!

 

Scott Johnson posted on 6/28/20

Cousin David, We grew up together, for a while. I remember the get togethers at your house, our house and grandpa & grandma Boyd’s house. We would get a bit crazy & the adults, drinking coffee in the other room, would come in & settle us down before too much damage happened to the house & it’s contents. We moved to California when I was 9, so you were 12. I didn’t see you much after that. We grew up & had our respective lives & families. Now you’ve moved on & I have to come to terms with that. It is said that “Life is what happens while you're busy making other plans.” Rest in Peace, cousin David. Namaste…

 

 

Helen Allen posted on 6/28/20

In memory of George Washington Holt, Helen Allen lit a candle

 

James W. Boyd posted on 6/28/20

I am thankful I had a good conversation with David last summer at Schreiners when I got a fresh glimpse of his sense of humor and clear thinking about all sorts of matters. The whole Boyd family will remember and miss him.

 

JACQUELYN M SULLIVAN posted on 6/28/20

I was so sorry to hear about Jeff's passing. You will all be in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Steve Polka posted on 6/27/20

So sorry to hear of Ed's passing. I will always have fond memories of our serious conversations at Webbs and running into him at Potawatomi on any given day. He will be missed.

 

 

Carol Johnson posted on 6/27/20

Thank you for your kindness. Love, Aunt Carol

 

 

Lona posted on 6/27/20

In memory of John G. Schrimpf, Lona lit a candle

 

Jonene Barbosa posted on 6/27/20

So sorry for your loss. I do have fond memories of Uncle Eddie. He is at peace now. RIP

 

Barb & Tom Bruns posted on 6/27/20

Our sincere condolences to Pam and the Voss family on the loss of Jerry. He will be greatly missed. He has been the very best neighbor we could have dreamed of for the past 23 years, We will miss his many walk by visits to check out what's on the smoker, driveway chats, garage toddies, dog visits and all of the projects that he always liked to help with. Who's going to fill our woodpecker holes now? We will miss you just terribly Jerry! God bless.

 

Mark Boyd posted on 6/27/20

David, my brother: Every breath and every heartbeat of yours have been during my lifetime. Now it is time to say goodbye way too soon. I expected you to be with me during our sunset years. You were one of the "good guys" that shepherded light, life, and compassion to so many in your time on Earth. As a scientist, a sensitive soul, and a pragmatic person, you brought much to the table both intellectually and philosophically. We may have argued on occasion, but I never disregarded your judgments (even when you were wrong). There is a hole in the Skip and Nancy Boyd family now which can never be filled. Going forward, I cannot imagine a day without you in it. Rest in peace, little brother. May God embrace you with open arms and a warm smile. Love, your "Big Brother."

 

 

Ron Walker posted on 6/27/20

From the Walkers in Texas

 

Charleston Harris posted on 6/27/20

There are no words that can really express my condolences for the home going of Auntie Voila May. The Bible says “earth has no sorrow that heaven cannot heal.” So, we will lean on the Lord, from which cometh all help, and to live on.... with the sweet memories that were made when you were here with us. In The Book of Ecclesiastes, King Salomon wrote “that he searched the world far and near and could not find but one upright man, and woman he found none!” However, I wish he had stayed around long enough to have met you, because he would have changed that verse, because you definitely were a Upright Woman. You were Loved and cherished by all, for your wisdom and guidance throughout our lives! I’ll never forget you, and look forward to seeing you again in Paradise. Love your nephew, Charleston

 

Great Grandma Brenda posted on 6/27/20

kiara we will miss your beautiful smile and gorgeous brown eyes and we will keep them in our hearts forever.

 

Daniel Lemke posted on 6/27/20

Jim is my only brother by blood, my brother in the Lord by grace, an example to me with his commitment to family and my best friend. I will miss his texts and long talks. I am filled wth grief. However, I know with great confidence that both have been spared from all the things we fear most. To my nephews, nieces and their families my request of the Lord is that His mercy and love surround you and embrace you. My wife Janelle, your aunt, loved your mom dearly. Give her a hug for her loss was great. Love, Uncle Daniel

 

 

Paul and Brenda Pietrzykowski posted on 6/27/20

Safe in the arms of Jesus.

 

Jane & Mike Gatzke posted on 6/27/20

Cindy and kids -- we are just so saddened to learn of David's sudden passing. We are thinking of you all and praying that God will bring you the peace that only He can provide. Hugs to you all. Please know that you are in our prayers.

 

Julie Cozad posted on 6/27/20

So sorry to hear about David. Thankfully you have your children and COL family to share memories with now and in the future. I have been thinking of you. Love, Julie Cozad

 

LaVon Poindexter posted on 6/27/20

Auntie was the greatest Aunt anyone could ever ask for. She loved me in a way that only a special angel sent from Heaven could love someone. The memories I have of Auntie are filled with laughs, tenderness, understanding and an unbreakable bond that even in Heaven I can still feel her tender arms and warm smile. My Aunt was small in stature but a giant in her charity and compassion. I will see her again at my appointed time when she will greet me and calm me as I enter into our new home. She will hug me and we will laugh and love and never have to worry about anything ever again. That's when my new life will start and Auntie will be there like she always was. the only thing missing will be the hurt, the pain and the disappointments. If angels have wings I know Auntie was granted the most graceful soft wings heaven has ever fashioned for a woman so deserving of every feather. I love you Auntie always and forever.

 

Joel and Linda Gaughan posted on 6/27/20

Our deepest condolences.

 

 

Robert Goodman posted on 6/26/20

I love you KK and auntie Karen. My heart also goes to RenRen and Cobi.

 

 

Don & Alyce Vollan posted on 6/26/20

Our deepest sympathy to you, Cindy & to your beautiful family. We pray the God of all comfort will be with you.

 

Margie Heyworth posted on 6/26/20

David and I chaperoned many a youth event together. His easy laugh and willingness to serve will be missed. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

 

Angela Cleveland posted on 6/26/20

My thoughts and prayers are with you all right now. Not a day will go by that I won't think of David. He has a way of making everyone feel special and was a genuinely caring person. He will be greatly missed

 

Anne Pierce posted on 6/26/20

Dear Mike, Karen and Family, I have enjoyed knowing Bev over the years in the New Berlin School District and then as a card playing buddy for many years. Our card group shared stories and laughs as well as supported each other during trying times. Bev always kept us organized and on track. She will be greatly missed by all of us. My sincere condolences. Sincerely, Anne Pierce

 

Susan Switalski posted on 6/26/20

Abundant prayers go out to your entire family at the loss of Tony. May he rest in the a peace love that is Christ Jesus and may the memories of his life bring you comfort. Eternal rest grant unto him, and let perpetual light shine upon him.

 

Terry and Susan Fan posted on 6/26/20

Annette, Our deepest condolence go out to you and family. Gon Gon was such a wonderful person with an unique sense of humor. He brought joyness and warmth to Kristen and Mike wedding. We knew he was an excellent father and grandpa. He raised a great family. He will be missed.

 

 

Lona posted on 6/26/20

You were my Best Friend, my Soul Mate and the Love of My Life. I will miss you everyday of my life but you will always be in my Heart. I will Love you forever ❤️

 

 

Kim Spencer posted on 6/26/20

Rest In Heaven beautiful

 

Marisa Strupp posted on 6/26/20

God Bless Randy in heaven and he will be truly missed. He was such a light in my life growing up with Kylie and the Harris family. He was an incredible father and husband with so much laughter and positivity. My family and I are keeping Randy and the Harris' in our prayers and hearts. All of our love, The Strupp's.

 

 

Gale Yun posted on 6/26/20

In memory of John G. Schrimpf, Gale Yun lit a candle

 

 

Karen Reske posted on 6/26/20

im sorry i never met the both of you but i know you are great people because you have a great daughter , amanda, son in law and 2 grandsons. You will be missed. Karen reske

 

Crystal Berg posted on 6/26/20

Leave a memory about Cheryl...my goodness, most of us could fill a book! I smiled at the words you used, especially her 'larger than life spirit' When Cheryl was in the room, not only did her signature sound fill it but she was so inclusive and welcoming. My 91 year old mother remembers how Cheryl always made it a point to welcome her to an event and share a conversation. I remember Cheryl giving several DC tours for my nieces during our 4th grade adventure there...she ended the day at the bookstore for keepsakes. She got out of her car, with my kids and told me to get behind the wheel and drive around until they were done! I knew better than to argue with her so I took a quick lesson on driving her 'handicap' car and prayed my way around until they all returned. Cheryl Sensenbrenner will always have a special place in our hearts.

 

Dr Percy Anderson Jr (Perry) posted on 6/26/20

Dear Family: The passing of Auntee is a very difficult pill to swallow. However I find comfort in knowing that she is no longer in any pain, and is safe in Jesus’ arms. Auntee played a major role in my life, although I lived in MS. I will always cherish my visits with her, my conversations with her; and her warm, loving, generous, kind spirit. I will never forget our infamous NOLA trip in 1976, Uncle Thomas and her coming to my graduation from medical school in San Francisco in 1990; which meant the world to me. Auntee will truly be missed, but we all have enough memories to last the rest of our lives. May Auntee rest in paradise. Love Always, Perry

 

 

Cheryl Jackson posted on 6/26/20

In memory of Kaylin Michelle Jones, Cheryl Jackson lit a candle

 

Laurie Klug posted on 6/26/20

I remember Nedra and the Anderson family as country neighbors when growing up on Hwy 106 West. I remember her as a sweet towheaded little girl who always had a smile on her face and looking after her brother, Kirk. Even then you could sense she had a caring heart of gold. I hadn’t seen her since my family moved to the city many years ago, but by reading the obituary about her fulfilling, caring and wonderful life she led, I wish I had known her in my adult life as well. My sincere and heartfelt condolences to the Anderson and Lemke families. Laurie Klug

 

 

Claire M Wagner posted on 6/26/20

My sympathies to my dear cousins and their families. We always enjoyed our time with your mom and dad and all of you. I was glad to see them in recent years. May their love for you live on and may memories of them bring warmth and goodness.

 

Faye Long posted on 6/26/20

I loved her.

 

Mary Wilson posted on 6/26/20

To Bev's family.... My thoughts are with all of you- her suffering is over but she will be missed. Bev was quite a gal. Many of us first met her when she was a school secretary, aka building manager. She kept everything under control and running smoothly. But she was more than that, Bev wore many hats in her lifetime. She was a fisherman's wife, a volunteer at church and hospital, a baker extraordinaire, a quilter, a golfer, a shopper and more. She loved holiday decorating, dominoes, Minocqua, a good drink, a good laugh, a good desert, the Bacheler TV show and especially a Culver's Blueberry malt. Bev forever searching for unique gifts for her family or a beautiful object to decorate her house with, always making room for one more discovery. But most of all, she loved playing games with friends. The dates in her little pocket calendar were always filled, often with two or three events for the day. She loved to play sheepshead, bridge, poker and any other card game, especially when a few dimes were at stake. She'd travel far to play Bingo or Black Jack. When the 'Stay Safe at Home' order was given, she played along with the Game Show Network. But now, as Bev heads off to that big casino in the sky, I say farewell to my friend, may you always have the most chips! Mary Wilson

 

 

Tina, Jason, and Oscar Heinonen posted on 6/26/20

Missing you, Uncle Jim, and praying for Theresa, Craig, Mason, Tess

 

Melanie Brown posted on 6/25/20

Jones Family and all of Kaylin’s loved ones: I’ve always admired Kaylin. At church, I would often think to myself “now that’s a young lady that gets it right.” She always anticipated your needs, she was action oriented and kept Christ at the center of all things. Kaylin lived out her love and passion for empowering youth. I now wish I could have told her how much I admired her. I know God is well pleased. I am praying for you all and keeping you all lifted. Love, Sister Melanie (Cannon) Brown

 

Sheila Carbonneau posted on 6/25/20

Karen, you are in my thoughts and prayers during this time. No one knows why things happen when they do. God wanted her home. She is your Angel now. I pray that God will wrap his arms around you and your family and give you the comfort and strength you need.

 

Michael Adams posted on 6/25/20

Auntie will sorrowfully be missed but please know that she is resting in Glory! May God comfort you all and Bless our Family as we journey together in Love. Please accept our deepest condolences, Michael “Sonny-Boy” and LaVera Adams

 

 

Chris Barker posted on 6/25/20

Ronn and I wish Pam and "the boys" sincere condolences on Jerry's death. We have a lot of memories of our good times together. God Bless

 

Marvin Jordahl posted on 6/25/20

Tom, Richard and Laura, how sad it is to see that Ger has passed. I remember all the fun we had on Hubbard St. and other places. I will miss talking to him. Take care friends. Old friend, Marve

 

Scott B. Eggert posted on 6/25/20

My deepest and heartfelt sympathies go out to Kurt's family and friends. I will always cherish our moments and memories together. I know Kurt is now in heaven with many of his old friends, Mother, and Father. Kurt lives in all our memories and hearts. Until we meet again Kurt... I love you.

 

Liyala M. Wesonga posted on 6/25/20

My Great Grandmother was one of a kind. She was the person to fight anything thrown at her. She was the type to overcome any obstacle placed in her way. She was stronger than any hulk or man. I loved her. Her love was Jurassic, it overwhelmed me every time I would hug her or kiss her on the cheek. She would always ask me anytime we were on the phone, “When are you coming back to see me.” Such phrases like these warmed my heart as it is always comforting to know you have people that love you. I wish, the times I was there with her, I’d spent the night at her house. But let’s not dwell on the “I wishes” and “I should’ve’s”, let’s celebrate the life of my Great Grandmother. And if I could’ve said one last thing to her… it would be, Thank you for everything.

 

Nancy Kingsbury (nee Beeskau) posted on 6/25/20

I recently heard from Marolyn Meyer (Eddie's wife) of Shirley's passing. I am her cousin. Her Mom (Olive) and my Mom (Vera) were sisters. I have lots of good memories growing up of the families visiting one another. She and Bill are together once again.

 

 

Denise Scott posted on 6/25/20

In memory of Kurt "Birdie" R. Schimelpfenig, Denise Scott lit a candle

 

 

Denise Scott posted on 6/25/20

Terri & Family: I’m so very sorry to hear of Kurt’s passing. My heartfelt condolences to you and your family! ❤️ May he rest peacefully. May the comfort of your many friends and family, and the many years you and Kurt were together be with you at this difficult time. Thinking of you, and your family, you are very close to my heart in the coming days, and months to come. Prayers for you and your family, and also Kurts many friends. Take care Terri. Denise Scott &family. ❤️

 

John posted on 6/25/20

You were the first child that I checked in each morning that I was there. I love you and will truly miss my little pea picker.

 

 

Jamie Stephan posted on 6/25/20

We are so sorry for your loss! May God wrap his arms around you, and comfort and shelter you!

 

denise thomas posted on 6/25/20

I WILL MISS MY UNCLE.HE WAS A GREAT MAN. MY CONDOLENCES FOR HIS. CHILDREN.

 

Melanie Roberson posted on 6/25/20

Sending my deepest sympathies to your family. You all are in my thoughts and prayers. Lots of love to you. The Roberson-Heinz Family

 

Lisa Hoebreckx Gibson posted on 6/25/20

I am grateful that I can participate today from Hawaii. I am one of five sisters, no brothers. This predominance of women around the house meant that other than my own father, Tom Howell knew me earlier and for more years than any other man. I was a very little girl when he began dating my big sister Sharon, I am guessing between 4 and 6 years old. I have clear memories of riding around Milwaukee in his convertible corvette, top down, giggling in the wind. Because of this long relationship and because my father had passed away, Tom gave me away at my l973 wedding to Michael Gibson. Another great memory is while we were all watching the Packers during the super bowl - not sure what year - Tom did a forward flip off the couch when Bart Starr pulled off his successful quarter back sneak. Remarkably he did not get hurt. Goodby Tom. When I think of you it is with memories of kindness, a soft voice and a warm smile. Miss you Tom. Thank you for your love.

 

 

Staci posted on 6/25/20

Kaylin - You challenged me more than anyone I’ve ever met, and I’m going to miss that so much. On day one you stole my favorite fannypack, and we pushed each other’s buttons ever since. I remember when you came over to help me set up for Charlotte’s 3rd birthday party and we all belted out Beauty and the Beast songs together. You connected with every single child you interacted with because you genuinely took an interest in each person as an individual. We all still had so much to learn from you. Rest peacefully knowing that we’re all trying to live up to your name. -Staci

 

Jacob Howell posted on 6/25/20

I will miss you grandpa. It is almost impossible to put into words how much. Being out in Arizona is hard and I wish I could be there to say goodbye. Many dont know you were also a Yoyo champion and when I was a kid you gave me the yoyo you won. I still have it. It is sitting here with me as I watch the service. I will miss the times out on the lake by your condo. The big boat you had still has one of the biggest wakes I have ever seen and was perfect for jumping a tube. It was a blast having you out there pulling us around. I always loved that place. It was hard when you moved out of it because that was always Grandpa's place. All of the Christmas celebrations with the family there, thanksgiving watching football, games in the back yard overlooking the lake. I remember and will cherish it all. Love you so much!

 

 

Fr. Jose Gonzalez posted on 6/25/20

Joanna, you and your family are in my prayers. May your father rest in the everlasting peace of Christ. Fr. José.

 

 

Rob Winter posted on 6/25/20

I am so sorry for your loss. Your family is in my prayers.

 

Bob Doig posted on 6/25/20

Tom was a great competitor and businessman, yet always fair, honest, and friendly. Our paths crossed many times over the years and I can say that it has been an honor because every time we had a chance to interact, we both got better as a result. For that i am grateful. Heartfelt condolences to Chris, the rest of Tom's family, and the great Techmaster team.

 

 

Dawn Taylor posted on 6/25/20

I know you are in heaven now, we will see each other again. Sending you lots of love!

 

Vicki Soderberg posted on 6/25/20

My deepest condolences to you and all who knew and loved Kiara. I will miss you Kiara. Vicki

 

Kim Piraino posted on 6/25/20

My heart is breaking for your families. My sincere condolences to you all.

 

Daniel Low posted on 6/24/20

My entire heart goes out to Mrs Kim Goh, Annette, Christopher & Joanna and All. Mr Tony Goh was a patient, soft-spoken & caring boss tho' with an outward stern demeanour. Worked in his wonderful shipping company in the mid-70s and everyone was treated like a family member. Thank you, Mr Goh, for the wonderful time & memories working there.

 

Mike Molloy posted on 6/24/20

Alex was part of our Strain For The Brain team, and it was like a spike to my heart when I heard the news that he had passed. I'm so sorry that his family (and we) has to do without him and he will be missed sorely!!!!! All the best to the Kaelen extended family!!

 

 

Ellamae Richmond [email protected] posted on 6/24/20

In memory of Kiara Anaya Singleton, Ellamae Richmond [email protected] lit a candle

 

 

Megan Keller posted on 6/24/20

In memory of Kiara Anaya Singleton, Megan Keller lit a candle

 

Megan Keller posted on 6/24/20

I am so sorry for the loss of Kiara. My heart breaks for you all. Sending lots of love and prayers to you! Love The Keller’s

 

Patty Santiago posted on 6/24/20

My deepest sympathy to you and the family for the loss of Kiara.

 

 

Germaine Heng posted on 6/24/20

My prayers are with you and your family.

 

 

Lina posted on 6/24/20

I’m here for anyone that wants to talk.

 

 

Connie Moorer posted on 6/24/20

My entire heart goes out to you all at this time. Joanna, May Peace be unto your family!

 

Jasmine clark posted on 6/24/20

I enjoyed working with Irene. She had will be truely missed. Prayers to the family. Stay strong lynn

 

Kia Saeian posted on 6/24/20

Mr. Goh's kindness and patience will always be cherished by all of us who had the pleasure of being involved in his care (and that of Greg). Kia Saeian (Froedtert GI Clinic)

 

Bernie and Norbert Overkamp posted on 6/24/20

Our love and prayers go out to you. Tony was a very special person and friend. He had a very special sense of humor and he always seemed ready to help you. He will be missed!

 

David (Fud) and Tammy posted on 6/24/20

Our thoughts and prayers go out to Nedra and Jim's families. May you both be at peace. May everyone find comfort in their memories of you both.

 

 

Roscoe Liston posted on 6/24/20

R.I.P. Brother David

 

 

Monica Brunette posted on 6/24/20

Great guy, will be missed, rest in peace Alex.

 

 

Annie Lee Siew Cheng posted on 6/24/20

Dearest Jo, and family, My heartfelt condolences to you, Annette, Chris, Victor. I still remember Uncle when I visited your home wins ago. I always held your parents in such high regard. My love, thoughts and prayers are with you in this difficult time. Wishing you peace n love.

 

Melinda Wesonga posted on 6/24/20

My dear grandmother, Volia Brown, was truly an angel. Though petite in stature, grandma’s personality was that of a giant. Always ready with a witty comeback, a strong opinion, or a unique observation, grandma was definitely not a shrinking violet and always made her presence known. She loved her friends and family fiercely and unconditionally. When you entered her home, you knew that you were welcome, surrounded by peace and love. Grandma was a women who was full of faith and a dedicated servant of the Lord. She instilled this faith in her children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren, never letting us forget to place God above all else. Rest well, my sweet gram. Until we meet again.

 

Emma Caldwell posted on 6/24/20

Aunt Viola Your LOVE for the family will never be forgotten. Always being there for us during our good times and bad times.. May you rest in peace in GOD's arms Emma & children

 

Tom Kraft posted on 6/24/20

I had the chance to golf nearly every Monday from May to September for the last four years with my Uncle Gerry. I learned a lot about life and my partners from the sport of golf. Looking back over the last four years, I can say with great conviction that Gerry represented the very best in the sport of golf and it reflected his character and what he meant to me. In golf, there are no refs and no one is watching to be sure you are playing fairly. Gerry counted every stroke, played by the rules, and as a partner, you could always count on him to play to the letter of the law of the sport. Gerry was always there to congratulate you after a good shot; he lifted your spirits even if you were having a tough round. I remember him very often saying, "There you go" "I knew you could do it", or "Hey, hey"! after I had finally hit a good golf shot following a brutal series of missed shots. He really lifted you up. After a good shot, he might even slyly and mischievously say, "I taught him how to do that" to our partners, always with a smile. Gerry never gave up; even if he was having a difficult round, he kept on trying, and very often succeeding in expertly walloping a good shot out on the hole. I knew last summer his leg was bothering him. He showed up every week and we always made that round of nine holes as part of the Lincoln Park Senior Men's Club. I would zoom around in the cart to meet him in the parking lot and save him the walk to and from the clubhouse. He was always appreciative and met you with a smile. You can see where this is going. The same virtues that Gerry exhibited on the golf course with me, he showed with his family and friends throughout his life. Fairness, quick with a smile and a word to lift your spirits. The playfulness, the loving jabs and the appreciation. Never giving up and working hard at a task. These are the things I will miss most of all about Uncle Gerry. I hurt, like everyone who loves him, to know I will not be able to tee it up with him on this earth any longer. But I am overjoyed that I had the chance to spend time with him on the golf course and in this life. "Good shot, Gerry"! is what Id say to him now. "Can't wait until the next time we can get out and golf"! I know someday that time will come for me. I could not have a better partner. Gerry's nephew, Tom

 

Annette M Frink posted on 6/24/20

Volia was a dedicated Lady with Court 234 St. Michael's Knights of Peter Claver and Ladies Auxiliary. She was one of the first members to join. She was not able to participate in her later years, but remained a supportive and faithful Lady of Court 234 and the Ladies of Grace. RIP Lady Volia.

 

Monica Ducksworth posted on 6/24/20

I send love and my condolences to her family. She was a great teacher and motivating person to me when I served my term at MAS. She kept it honest with me and gave me the knowledge to persevere in life. Fly high Ms Jones. Peace and love Monica R Ducksworth

 

Chip posted on 6/23/20

My condolences to you my cousins. I really loved visiting you all in Milwaukee when Uncle Melvin would take us fishing. Or when you all would come to Chicago. Those are just a few of the fond memories I have with Uncle Melvin. I love you.

 

Christine Schulthess posted on 6/23/20

Milly was a wonderful person to work with. I enjoyed going into Mrs. Fry's classroom where Milly was helping out and see her with the children. They always seemed to respond well to the help she gave. She's in a wonderful place now. God love, and rest in peace.

 

Roselyn Rabon Henry posted on 6/23/20

My Dear, Beloved Family...you are in my prayers. May the Lord fill you with peace and comfort you during this most difficult time. Uncle Melvin lives on in each one of you—in your eyes, your smiles, your laughter, and your hearts. Take comfort in knowing that he was a blessing to all whose lives he touched. He will be missed...

 

Kathy Butch posted on 6/23/20

I got to know Joyce through our ladies group at St. Paul's Catholic Church. She was an amazing woman - always a smile on her face even when going through difficult times. So talented - she could cochet anything! I remember her being somewhat cautious about traveling to Florida for the first time a few years ago but when she came back, she was so happy with her trip. I'm sorry that covid-19 took away the time we would have spent together over the past few months. I'm so sorry for your loss - she will be much missed by so many people who got to know her as I did. Please take good care of Katie for her. I know how much she loved her four footed girl.

 

Jamya Spates posted on 6/23/20

I Miss You Brother I’m So Sorry This Happened To You. I Hope You Know I Love You & I’ll Never Forget You. I Can’t Wait To See You Again. I LOVEEEE YOUUUU .

 

 

Jean Jackson posted on 6/23/20

My prayers are you all.

 

 

Sham’ia posted on 6/23/20

Rest In Peace Kaylin

 

Lisa West posted on 6/23/20

Paul, Kelly and family - Sending our heartfelt condolences to you all during this difficult time.

 

 

Kim Muehlbauer posted on 6/22/20

In memory of Kathryn D. Seelig, Kim Muehlbauer lit a candle

 

Annette M Frink (Maiden name Modeste) posted on 6/22/20

Carolyn was my mentor when I first started working at Fairview School. I had the intermediate severe and profound students and she guided me through how I could provide the best educational services I could give. She didn't take no crap from anyone but she had a caring heart. RIP Ms. Roshak, thanks for your guidance.

 

 

Rubye Jones posted on 6/22/20

My prayers are with the Rabon family

 

 

Erica Thomas posted on 6/22/20

The family remains in my prayers as you all prepare to lay our loved one to rest. May your hearts find peace and calm as Uncle Melvin rests in eternal peace. He was a blessed man to have the life, laughter and love he gave and received.

 

Brian, Colleen and Kieran Beres posted on 6/22/20

We are so sorry we couldn't be with you all in person to remember the wonderful man that Emil was, but we most certainly were holding you close in our hearts and prayers. It was a lovely service and he will be missed. Sending you so much love.

 

Helen Rent posted on 6/22/20

Ebony, it is with deep sadness and a heavy heart that I express these words of condolences to you at the loss of your mother. I know these are emotional times for you Ebony, but you already know--"you were her proud and joy." It resonates with me now as I write these heartfelt words, what a beautiful and kind person Brenda was. Over the last sixteen years, she periodically reached ou,t to let me know that she was thinking of me and praying for me. Words I will never forget. Ebony, Psalm 30:5---"Weeping may endure for a night but joy cometh in the morning."

 

 

Deborah Grothaus posted on 6/22/20

May the good Lord hold you in his arms and guide you through this difficult time

 

 

Dorothy Tatum posted on 6/22/20

In memory of Melvin Rabon Sr., Dorothy Tatum lit a candle

 

 

Christine D Horne posted on 6/22/20

The service was beautiful as the life she lived.She was a true servant of mankind.

 

 

Christine D Horne posted on 6/22/20

She had a loving heart and a lovely home coming service!

 

Christina Kelm posted on 6/22/20

Jen, I was very sorry to hear of the loss of your parents. I am praying our Lord brings you comfort during this time.

 

Kathleen A Malecki posted on 6/22/20

I'm so sorry for your loss. My prayers and love are with you and family. Auntie Joyce will always remain in my heart. I enjoyed the funny times we spent going to the movies and out for pizza. Auntie Joyce was my sponsor when I made my confirmation. I still remember the times Uncle Peter and Auntie Joyce would come over to spend time with Pa and mom. I even remember when they were engaged. They are truly missed. Sending my Love and hugs.

 

 

Tanisha Wiliams posted on 6/22/20

Sending love and light during this difficult time.

 

 

Audrey Specht posted on 6/22/20

To My Cousins: I can only imagine the loss you are experiencing. I pray that God will continue to strengthen you individually and collectively. We will miss Uncle Mel, but we will never forget him.

 

Marsha Ward posted on 6/22/20

Lord we pray Comfort & Strength upon the Hagler Family as they walk through the valley of the shadow of death. In Jesus Name we prayAmen

 

Craig Pelnar posted on 6/22/20

Dear Hansons: So very sad to hear of your loss. Aunt Bobbi was always so kind and generous, and she and Uncles Len always did everything they could for their family. Her legacy lives on in her children. "As the twig is bent, so the tree's inclined." She and Uncle Len are looking down from Heaven, very pleased that they raised such a wonderful family. Please accept my most sincere condolences. May God hold all of you in His comforting arms...

 

 

John Chappell posted on 6/22/20

Amen.

 

John Chappell posted on 6/22/20

Ebony: You’re in our prayers. God is always with us and you’re surrounded by family love. Take care and please know that we are here for you. Your cousin, John Chappell (and family)

 

 

Thomas & Bertha Anthony posted on 6/22/20

Sending healing prayers and comforting hugs your way and praying that the love of God will bring you peace today and the days to come. Much Love to Sis. Rabon (my Milwaukee mom) and family.

 

danette milleson posted on 6/22/20

My deepest sympathy goes to the entire family. I am most grateful I am thankful that I had the chance to know these two. It was about 30 years ago now when they were renting tenant house from my Grandparents ( Wes & Elaine Wenham) I lived next door to them for a while. They were the sweetest, kindest, thoughtful people one could ever meet. remembering when they started the J-N-L iron Jim worked out of the cement grainery out at the farm. the 1st two children were born. This news hurts me dearly!! There are a lot of little things i remembered and that they both marked a special spot in my heart.

 

 

Jack Johnson posted on 6/22/20

God Bless my buddy Randy Harris. One of the nicest guys I had the pleasure of knowing. ❤️❤️❤️

 

Dennis and Jan Green posted on 6/22/20

We are so very sorry for the loss of our cousin, Rita. Unfortunately, we have not seen each other in many years, but annually shared our Christmas greetings. Our prayers are with the family. Dennis and Jan

 

 

Mai Yia posted on 6/22/20

Where lives pass, memories carry on forever. Love and miss you.

 

Mary OBrien posted on 6/22/20

Dear Bonnie and family, Sharing in your sadness as you remember Russ. His struggles are over and now may he rest in peace. My prayer for you is that in time, you are able to enjoy your memories. My heart is with you and may God bless you. Sincere condolences, Mary OBrien .

 

 

Angela posted on 6/22/20

In memory of James Henry Lemke, Angela lit a candle

 

 

Carnel and Dominique Towns posted on 6/21/20

Our prayers are with the family

 

 

Kamilė Murauskaitė posted on 6/21/20

thank you for your kindness and great memories. rest in peace...

 

Jill Hait posted on 6/21/20

My condolences to the entire family. I am so saddened to learn what happened to Nedra and Jim. Nedra and Jim were foster parents through Evangelical Child and Family Agency for a number of years. I was the adoption and foster care supervisor. Nedra was so sweet and gracious. Nothing was ever a problem. She was so loving to the newborns and younger children placed in their home. Working with Nedra and Jim was delightful. It was very evident of their loving, caring relationship for each other as well for others. They were always so welcoming when I would come to visit them in their home. Hugs and prayers to their family!

 

 

Ellen Good posted on 6/21/20

My thoughts and prayers go out to Jim and Nedras children. They were the kindest people you could ever meet. They will be missed.

 

Terry & Randy Weyer posted on 6/21/20

Our Deepest Condolence to both Deb & Bob. Your Dad will always be in our hearts. He was one good man.

 

 

Amiara Beason posted on 6/21/20

I love you babe ♥️ I’ll never forget about you

 

Mrs. Mary Fry posted on 6/21/20

Miss Milly Scheifen - Dear friend that I will miss! All our years of teaching together. You helped me through my years of teaching. We had so much fun! Rest In Peace, good and faithful servant...enter into the joy of your Master.

 

Tom and Donna McMahon posted on 6/21/20

Such a lovely ceremony. Our condolences on Emil's passing.

 

Dorothy Walker-Cooper posted on 6/21/20

My Fellow Deacon we will miss you, thank you for sharing your life with us. God call to rest you are in his hands now as you kept the children safe he will now keep you. To the family cherish all the beautiful memories you have Deacon Cooper

 

Madonna Long posted on 6/21/20

RIP my lovely friend. I will never forget all our laughter and your wisdom. You were a true trailblazer and a dignified lady. I dearly miss you.

 

Dayron L. Miller posted on 6/21/20

Mom, will always miss you but we will meet again. Love your son Dayron.

 

Shelby Cabral posted on 6/21/20

Deepak - I'm so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time.

 

 

Bill Shipley posted on 6/21/20

Celebrating your promotion to heaven Nedra, but we will miss your sweet and gentle spirit until we meet again !

 

 

Bill Shipley posted on 6/21/20

Celebrating your promotion to heaven my friend ! But you will be sorely missed until we meet again !

 

louise wisinski posted on 6/21/20

You were one of my best teachers and I've never forgotten you..and never will. RIP

 

Russell G posted on 6/21/20

Miss Scheifen. Forever remembered by myself as THE top teacher of my life. She was gently firm and commanded respect. Of the six children in our family, one thing for sure is we ALL had her as a teacher. She MUST have known and understood my particular learning style before attention deficit 'disorders' were understood, especially in parochial environments. I pretty much 'self studied' during less interesting lessons (I kept an ear out) and read the entire Encyclopedia Britannica during 7th Grade. I regret not going back to see her after graduation 47 years ago. To her survivors, I express my condolences but be cheered that she enjoyed a long life. Russ Grabczyk Runner-Up in Spelling Bee to Champion Randy Bash

 

 

Candace Carter posted on 6/21/20

In memory of Kaylin Michelle Jones, Candace Carter lit a candle

 

Charlene posted on 6/21/20

Wishing the family much love My child hood friend you most definitely will be missed god needed you more then we can Imagine ! Smile and fly high angel I96 love

 

 

Leticia Miranda posted on 6/20/20

From my family to Kaylin’s family and friends.... I pray the lord heals our hearts in the blood of Jesus and makes each and everyone of us be at comfort.

 

 

Teresa Hutton posted on 6/20/20

With deepest sympathies. I will always remember Kathy as an inspiration to me as a first time Toastmaster at Landmark Toastmasters. Keeping your family in my thoughts and prayers.

 

 

Kayla posted on 6/20/20

In memory of Kaylin Michelle Jones, Kayla lit a candle

 

Joseph Kako posted on 6/20/20

We have so many priceless images today that Kaylin isn’t in, not because she wasn’t there but because she was behind the camera! That’s a testament to her life. She did what needed to be done, not for the spotlight but for the mission&vision and the seed of the future! She has touched so many of our seeds, our young people which the world will acknowledge and deem as future leaders! But they became leaders today, thanks to Kaylin. I think back and believe she did it with such conviction and rigor because she resonated with us! Empathized with us. Encouraged us because she encouraged herself first and took the courage to encourage another. Kaylin saw apart of us in her and nurtured us all, so we now carry apart of Kaylin with us! She Touched so many lives, look at the power of what happens when one blossoms. She expounded! Leaving sweet traces of her aroma that infiltrated our souls and spirits whether we realized it or not, which can’t be ignored right now! Her remembrance will forever trigger motivation and encouragement to live out our purpose. “Still I rise! Maya Angelou Vibes!” Love, Joseph Kimanzi and Tavonna Denise Kako

 

 

Athena posted on 6/20/20

You will be missed❤️

 

 

Joseph Kako posted on 6/20/20

You were more than a sister to us! Thank you for everything!! The example you lead with will never be forgotten. You’ll forever be an inspiration to achieve. I hope we make you proud. Love, Joseph Kimanzi and Tavonna Denise Kako

 

 

Danielle Allen posted on 6/20/20

Kaylin was my daughters mentor she left a legacy of love and she is a true Legend, she even gave me advice and helped me with my girls and I’m 49, she was smart,beautiful,intelligent,and GOD fearing,she had a voice of and Angel she was loved even though we live in Arizona our heart is in wi feeling her lost we miss and love you Kaylin and Thank you for being everything that had called you to be! Your love is engraved in our hearts ,love Marlena,Shamayla and Danielle

 

Jessica Evans posted on 6/19/20

You will be missed. One thing for sure, it's a joyful feeling to know you loved the Lord and had a pure heart of worship. Thank you for your warm smile and kind spirit. My prayers and thoughts are with the family

 

 

Sally and Kurt Leroy posted on 6/19/20

Jeanne, from your words, your dad had to be a true hero, may you find peace and always hang on to all your find memories ❤️❤️

 

Tiffany Weatherall posted on 6/19/20

OMG Kaylin I will definitely miss cooking and u picking up a plate! You were something special and we will never forget the smiles and lovd you shared!!!

 

Amanda Bacher posted on 6/19/20

Our love and prayers are with you! May God bless you and keep you close in this time.

 

 

WingWah brown posted on 6/19/20

In memory of Kaylin Michelle Jones, WingWah brown lit a candle

 

 

Thomasien Malsch posted on 6/19/20

In memory of Kaylin Michelle Jones, Thomasien Malsch lit a candle

 

 

Ajanae Calhoun posted on 6/19/20

In memory of Kaylin Michelle Jones, Ajanae Calhoun lit a candle

 

 

Shemaj posted on 6/19/20

I love you ms Jones you played a huge part with helping me grieve when we lost Mrs Frew & Larenzo and I wanna thank you for everything you’ve done for me.

 

 

Kellie Sanders posted on 6/19/20

My thoughts are with you and your family.

 

 

Betty walker posted on 6/19/20

You always had my kids best interest at heart. The last thing you told me was "if you need me just give me a call". You will be greatly missed

 

 

La Tina Epps Thomas posted on 6/19/20

I’m praying for peace and comfort for you and your family. I’m so sorry.

 

Chanda rice posted on 6/19/20

Sending my prayers and condolences she was a inspiration to all the love she had for the kids was outstanding definitely gone miss that bright smile of hers very down to earth Queen forever will be miss Rest in Heaven Queen

 

 

Judy Simpson posted on 6/19/20

In memory of Kaylin Michelle Jones, Judy Simpson lit a candle

 

 

Tracy Powell posted on 6/19/20

My prayers are with you.

 

 

Dakota Jones posted on 6/19/20

In memory of Kaylin Michelle Jones, Dakota Jones lit a candle

 

 

Special Burris posted on 6/19/20

I am going to miss her so much that's was my godsister

 

 

Natayia cook posted on 6/19/20

In memory of Kaylin Michelle Jones, Natayia cook lit a candle

 

 

Christina Yancey posted on 6/19/20

You were an amazingly beautiful person, both inside and out. I wasn't expecting to see you leave here this soon, but God wanted you home. Rest in Paradise until we meet again.

 

 

Jim posted on 6/19/20

In memory of Kathryn D. Seelig, Jim lit a candle

 

 

Tina Hannah posted on 6/19/20

You are soo loved and will be missed

 

 

Vishiana posted on 6/19/20

Ms. Jones ? I Love You To The Fullest & Miss You So Much If I Would’ve Known That’ll Be My Last Hug , I Would’ve Held You Tighter

 

 

Odessa Martin posted on 6/19/20

My condolences to Kaylin’s family and friends. I thank you my Heavenly Father for sharing Kaylin with me and my family for 15 years. R.I.H Kaylin

 

David Burris posted on 6/19/20

Prayers are being sent for you and your family during this difficult time. May God give you the grace and strength that is needed at this time. May God wrap His arms around you and touch you in a way you have never felt before.

 

 

Rhonda Givens posted on 6/19/20

Sending love and light to her family and friends....you were such a sweetheart and great influence to my children! You are greatly appreciated and will be truly missed! R.I.P ❤️

 

 

Cresha posted on 6/19/20

In memory of Kaylin Michelle Jones, Cresha lit a candle

 

Jill Kopecky posted on 6/19/20

When I grow up I want to be Carol Bestland. A woman devoted to her family; she could always be counted on to help others. From volunteering at 6th grade camp to various parades, this woman had more energy than the 6th graders I taught. Her incredible daughters are proof that her beautiful soul lives on. All of her grandchildren and great-grandchildren are so special and will make sure that Carol’s life and lessons won’t be forgotten. I was blessed to know her and her family.

 

Debbie Collins posted on 6/19/20

Karen, please know You & Your Family are being uplifted in prayer through this difficult time!! Your Beautiful Daughter will be Remembered by All the lives she’s touched!! Love You ❤️

 

 

Desiree carmichael posted on 6/19/20

Rest peacefully my love

 

Susan Sheehy posted on 6/19/20

Janet and family, I was so saddened to hear of the passing of Randy. I have such fond memories of him. Cherish all of the wonderful memories you have of him. You and the family are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

 

Dawn Ige posted on 6/19/20

In memory of Kaylin Michelle Jones, Dawn Ige lit a candle

 

Loretta Venable-Keys posted on 6/19/20

Alexis, Walter and Barbara, I'm sorry for your sorry, and I would like you all to know that my pray's will always be with you and yours, from my family to yours stay strong you'll need each other. I'm also sorry I will not be able to attend Love You Much Loretta V. Keys

 

 

Elois landers posted on 6/19/20

✝️❤️

 

 

Chandra Crawford posted on 6/19/20

My condolences to the Miller Family.

 

Chandra Crawford posted on 6/19/20

My condolences to the Miller Family.

 

April Carson posted on 6/19/20

Be bless in peace god's angel. Love you Auntie.

 

 

Loree & Rodney Wright posted on 6/19/20

My condolence to the Miller family, may your loved ones rest in peace. My prayers and blessings to the entire family during these difficult times. May god continue to watch over you all, lift you up and heal your heavy hearts. God Bless

 

 

Loree & Rodney Wright posted on 6/19/20

My condolence to the Miller family. May your loved ones rest in peace. My prayers and blessings to the entire family during these difficult times. May the lord continue to watch over you all, lift you up and heal your heavy hearts. God Bless

 

Callie Hayes posted on 6/19/20

Prayers and condolences to the family. Dollie was such a great person and coworker. Very friendly and outgoing. She will be truly missed.

 

Mary Tofte posted on 6/19/20

I have known Tom Howell since 1999, when I interviewed for a position at Techmaster, 21 years later, I am still a loyal employee at Tom's most loved company. It has been a great honor to know and to have worked with Tom. He was one in many more than a million. Rest in peace my dear friend. My sincere condolences to Pam, Chris, and all his family. I have many wonderful memories of this lovely man. His infectious smile will never fade from my memories.

 

 

Cousins Courtney, Tito, Amani and Maia posted on 6/19/20

Sasha, Sleep In Peace, Young Queen. You will forever be missed because of how you touched our lives. We love you and will cherish your memory always! Your cousins, Courtney, Tito, Amani and Maia ❤

 

Ashleigh posted on 6/19/20

Love you Cousin Sasha. You will be missed. Sending love and prayers to the Shankle family. We love you ♥️

 

RhodaMandell posted on 6/19/20

I am so saddened to hear about the loss of Randy. I enjoyed many years with the Harris family at Oakledge,and was able to watch them grow to fine adults. Randy and Janet always enjoyed coming to the lake. My thoughts are with the family as they find the way through this sudden loss.

 

Roland & Linda Phipps (College Park, Ga,) posted on 6/18/20

I am so glad my Mother & I got the chance to meet Ms. Dollie when she came to visit her daughter Maggie in Lithonia, Ga. The memories that you hold in your heart will never fade away. May you find comfort in the sympathy expressed by your friends and loved ones.

 

Sarah Graby-Boris posted on 6/18/20

What a lovely service and how thankful I am that I could attend virtually. Great Uncle Sonny was always an inspiration to me on how important family is and to value our Monessen roots. He will be deeply missed. All my love, Sarah

 

 

Jane Nordstrom posted on 6/18/20

I will always remember Ed’s love of trains. He knew so much and the only person I ever met who not only knew what the Melrose Grade was and was impressed I knew too and been there. His sense of joy and humor and he lived the life he loved appreciating all around him.

 

 

Andrea Powell posted on 6/18/20

My condolences to the family, she loved my son.

 

Ann & Mike Rollo posted on 6/18/20

Absolutely beautiful service! I had forgotten about the carvings that Emil did. It made me smile to be reminded. J.T. always said some of the finest individuals came from Pennsylvania; Emil most definitely was one of them. Love to all

 

Amy posted on 6/18/20

❤️ I love you Sasha.

 

 

Dee posted on 6/18/20

Love u baby girl fly high

 

Heidi Swan Mascal posted on 6/18/20

My heartfelt sympathies are with you all...I have such beautiful memories of Uncle Roger over the years. You are all in our prayers and I somehow know mom and dad will be welcoming him with their loving arms. He is at home with Jesus. Xoxo

 

Denise Green posted on 6/18/20

My condolence to the family. I did not know Mrs Miller that well but she loved my little shihtzu Gadget. She seemed like a lovely woman. I only wish I had a chance to know her better. May God continue to bless this family.

 

 

Barbara Shankle posted on 6/18/20

We Love you so much Granddad and I will truly missed you. Rest in Peace

 

Liz Darland + Family (John, Joe and Elsa) posted on 6/18/20

Sending you all our deepest sympathies. Thank you for letting us experience Emil's memorial from afar. Love you all.

 

Mary Bachowski posted on 6/18/20

Mike, I am sorry to hear about your father's death Hopefully you are doing well and so can have some peace during this stressful time. Blessings, Mary (from day one of Life Chain)

 

Rick and Debby posted on 6/18/20

It was a wonderful service and we are so glade you allowed us to participate. We thought Deb did just a great job of describing your Dad and all he was about. He was truly a man of high Integrity and there is no higher compliment. Love and Prayers to the whole family. Love R&D

 

Dodie, Jim, Liam & Paige O'Hare posted on 6/18/20

The service was beautiful. Thank you for letting us watch it from afar. Sending you love and hugs from Florida.

 

Shelly Heffner posted on 6/18/20

It’s so hard to say goodbye to my big brother. You always had such a positive attitude and a great sense of humor! You will be missed dearly. Love you Eddie!

 

Debra Kosup posted on 6/18/20

Sending you all my deepest sympathies for the loss of your dear Dad and Grandpa. Emil was a kind and loving man. I feel very lucky to have known both Emil and Betty in our TYA days. Deb

 

Vernon Bulluck posted on 6/18/20

I remember her very warmly. May God bless her and her family One-Love my dear Diane.

 

 

Pam & John posted on 6/18/20

In memory of David James Murrell, Pam & John lit a candle

 

Pam Christiansen posted on 6/18/20

Always enjoyed seeing and visiting with him at his Brother Tom's house around 4th of July or any PARTY TOMMY HAD. ALWAYS, MADE ME LAUGH! Great memories. RIP It was an honor to get to know you.

 

 

Julie Russell and Family posted on 6/17/20

Our sincerest condolences to his family. He was a vibrant individual! To me, he was an adored uncle that always had a funny joke to cheer us up. I saw him as larger than life person, and a big barrel of fun. He will truly be Missed! Love you uncle Davy. Good luck on your next journey. Sending lots of love

 

Janet Sabol posted on 6/17/20

Deepest sympathy to the family of "uncle Emil" Sabol. I will miss him, a wonderful person! - Janet Sabol

 

Joe Sabol posted on 6/17/20

I was saddened to hear of Emil's passing. Very nice service today. I remember Emil as always happy, always busy, always caring and sharing. And, an excellent wood carver - I have two of his pieces, one he gave to me and one he gave to Margaret in Las Vegas. You are lucky to have such a wonderful person in your family. This cannot be easy during the current global state of affairs, but I hope Emil was happy and pain-free at the end. Stay strong in this difficult time, Joe Sabol

 

Jenna Lynn Albrecht posted on 6/17/20

Deb, the service was beautiful! And all of your stories about him brought a tear to my eye. What an absolutely amazing man your father was. You were so lucky. Sending you and your family my deepest condolences. Much love to you all.

 

Pete Gaveras posted on 6/17/20

Jim was a friend and a colleague... he was a driving force in the AHEPA Scholarship program, of which I am involved. He was an ideas guy and a mentor to many of us as we worked our way into the role of managing the Scholarship program that he worked so hard to develop. Jim was a kind and cherished friend to my family, and especially to my father Steve for more than 70 years! I always saw a little bit of Jim in my father, who passed away last fall, and some my dad in Jim. Jim was kind enough to check in on me on several occasions after my father's passing, and we spoke of the scholarship program, and of course basketball. I will miss him dearly. In a strange way I felt my father's spirit was still among us, in his buddy Jim. I am guessing he and my dad are now commiserating together somewhere "up there" about basketball and their favorite teams; Gonzaga and Marquette!

 

Louise A Brown posted on 6/17/20

As children we lived in the Glenside Housing Project in Reading,PA. We didn’t live far from the railroad tracks. Maybe that is why Ed became so fascinated with trains. He made friends with the caboose man on one of the trains. He would run down to the tracks to look at the train and say hello to the caboose man whenever it stopped near our house. He carried that love of trains throughout his life.His joy & enthusiasm for life made him the special person he was to family & friends.-Love Louise(sister)

 

Jennifer Grose posted on 6/17/20

Dear Deb and Sharon and families, Thank you for sharing the beautiful memorial service for your dear Dad and cherished grandfather. May your many joy-filled memories fill your hearts with comfort and peace and love.

 

Curt & Maureen Paulson posted on 6/17/20

That was a beautiful eulogy and ceremony. Our deepest heartfelt condolences to your families.

 

Chris Merker posted on 6/17/20

Our condolences to you and your family. Deb: what a beautiful eulogy. So, inspiring! What a life Emil lead! Chris

 

Kristine Klewin posted on 6/17/20

Dear Sharon, I remember that your Dad had such warmth and a wonderful smile. With deep sympathy, Kris Klewin

 

Sandra Vasatka posted on 6/17/20

Thank you for allowing me to view the beautiful service. I have fond memories of both your mom and dad. You were so blessed to have both of them and they were blessed to have you and Sharon. I will always treasure my (two) of 150 Jesus heads! Also, my wine bottle vase. All my love, Sandi

 

Ted Sabol-Williams posted on 6/17/20

Thank you to everyone involved in making this ceremony so nice. Mom, Dad, Sharon, Chris, Tom, and Jackie thank you for being there for all of us who were unable. I look forward to when we can all celebrate Pap Pap's life in Monessen together. Love, Ted and Molly

 

Maeve Quinn posted on 6/17/20

Thank you for the invitation to participate in the virtual celebration of your dear Dad, Emil Sabol. Deb, thank you for sharing so many lovely stories about your wonderful Dad. He was such a treasure and I will always remember his "can do" spirit that he applied to all big and small tasks! He always seemed to have a "twinkle in his eye" no matter the task and he had a true zest to add more joy to life. Sending love, peace and hugs to your whole family.

 

Nick + Carol Williams posted on 6/17/20

Dear Deb and Sharon, What a beautiful service for a dear, dear man. Emil was very special to us both and we will miss him greatly. We were so pleased to participate even though it was a remote participation. Much Love, Nick + Carol Williams

 

Maureen Levenhagen posted on 6/17/20

Just watched the service with my Mom at my house. It was a nice tribute to your Dad. Deb, we loved the eulogy! You really captured your Dad. Hope all is well with your families. Safe travels to PA. Love, Maureen and Lorene

 

Jane Klewin Grimm posted on 6/17/20

Sharon and family -- I have so many wonderful memories of Emil. I spend A LOT of time in the Sabol's house (especially the kitchen) during junior high and high school and Emil always had a funny quip or joke for me ("Hey Jane, where's Tarzan?") and Sharon's other friends. Emil drove of us everywhere, even to a haunted house in downtown Milwaukee with lots of girls in the car (10? 11? 12?). He was such a wonderful husband to Betty and an amazing Dad to Deb and Sharon. He will be so missed. My deepest sympathy. Love, Jane

 

Donna Condon Reimesch posted on 6/17/20

So sorry for the loss of your loved one. The service was lovely. He had two wonderful daughters that will carry on his legacy of a kind and loving person. May he rest in peace.

 

Maggie posted on 6/17/20

Beautiful service...I'm glad I was able to say good bye to Mr. Sabol from a distance. He was SUPER SABOL to me. Prayers and Peace. I love you all like crazy much!

 

Keith D Paulson posted on 6/17/20

So glad we could join you for the service. It was extremely well done. Thank you for including us, we were always so fond of Uncle Emil. Keith and Jan Paulson

 

Bruce and Nan Browne posted on 6/17/20

So many wonderful memories of time spent in the shop and backstage with Emil and Betty. How much they added to our lives, and the productions of Theatre for Young Audiences. There was never a task too small for Emil to tackle with enthusiasm--and I don't remember ever seeing anything he hadn't finished. Like you, Deb, he knew how to be there when most needed and pitch in for all the "last minute" details that make a production possible. What a lovely service, and your eulogy was everything we knew it would be. Love to you all-Bruce and Nan

 

Marie Hetzel posted on 6/17/20

My deepest condolences to the Sabol family and all who knew and loved Emil. What a beautiful service. Deb's words spoke of a wonderful, warm, caring father who left a legacy of unconditional love for his children and grandchildren. All my love to you. <3

 

Becky, Jeff, Easton, and Nolan Paulson posted on 6/17/20

The service was beautiful! Prayers and love to your family.

 

Alan R Dodds posted on 6/17/20

What a lovely service of remembrance and a heartfelt tribute to a father from a loving daughter, Deb. Thank you for allowing us to share in this memorial service and military honors for your Dad today.

 

Jack Kolb-Williams posted on 6/17/20

Thank you for hosting the live stream and making it possible for us all to be there with Grandpa. We will miss him so much, and are so thankful for everything he has done for us all. Love, Jack & Sarah

 

 

Jace posted on 6/17/20

Love and hugs to your family.

 

 

Karen Connelly posted on 6/17/20

The Heavens gained a loving man who will be truly missed. Prayers

 

 

Scott & Sara Kaczor posted on 6/17/20

In memory of David James Murrell, Scott & Sara Kaczor lit a candle

 

Michael O'Brien posted on 6/17/20

Sorry to hear about Emil. Now he is with Betty. My Mother really enjoyed the company of "Sunny" He and Betty would visit us often in Racine. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Your Cousin Mike O'Brien (Emma's son)

 

 

Genevieve P Lancaster posted on 6/17/20

My prayers and sincere sympathy to my extended family! May the peace of God comfort you during these period times and during your bereavement. I love you all and if we’re not for Covid, I would be there. ❤️❤️❤️

 

 

April Robinson posted on 6/17/20

Grace and Peace!... Rest in Peace!

 

Marnie Leopold posted on 6/17/20

The neighbors here in Florida will miss Bobbie greatly. She and Gene were great neighbors and would always greet you with a big hello and a bright smile. The neighborhood will never be the same. Miss seeing you and Gene riding in your golf cart. Rest in peace Bobbi, we will look after Gene for you. Love, Marnie

 

 

Darlene Liston posted on 6/17/20

In memory of Kathryn D. Seelig, Darlene Liston lit a candle

 

 

Jessie Gerhart posted on 6/17/20

Paul was a close friend of my grandpa's, Jim Gerhart. Even though Paul and I never got the chance to meet in person, he would still send me flowers every now and then and sign it, "To my sweetheart in Texas, from your boyfriend in Wisconsin." I could tell he had such a genuine soul and cared for us all very much, we will miss him.

 

 

Janet posted on 6/17/20

Love and light to guide you through your journey. ❤️

 

 

Amy Johnson posted on 6/17/20

Thoughts and prayers going out to you and your family. Our most sincere and deepest condolences. Amy Johnson & Family

 

 

Kris & Darrell Woltmann Family posted on 6/17/20

Thoughts & prayers are with you. Our deepest sympathies are with you.

 

daniel fonseca posted on 6/17/20

you will always be a part of me and I will miss you very much love you and my you rest in. peace.

 

Alexander Abed posted on 6/17/20

Deepak and Hema, My thoughts are with you and your family. I’m deeply saddened by the loss of your daughter Mahi. I hope you have your extended family and friends close by for comfort during this time. Your family is in the thoughts of all your friends and colleagues who cannot be there with you in person.

 

 

Kim Le posted on 6/17/20

Dear Deepak and Hema, No words can describe how sorry I am for your loss. Our hearts go out to you in your time of sorrow. Kim Le

 

Peggy Talley posted on 6/17/20

DEACON BRENDA HAGLER WAS A TRUE FRIEND AND A VERY NICE PERSON TO ME. I WILL MISS HER. MAY GOD BLESS AND STRENGTHEN THE FAMILY DURING THIS TIME OF SORROW. DEEPEST SYMPATHY

 

Hospitality Ministry, Community Baptist Church, Sis. Patricia Jude, President posted on 6/16/20

We surrender our grief to our Heavenly Father. We send all of our love to Sis. Ebony & her entire Family Tree. We honor our Deacon J. Brenda for her dignity, wit, class, gracefulness, her beauty and charm, "her walk that filled a room," her light and her angelic voice. Stay strong FAM...for the VICTORY has been won...AMEN.

 

Byron “Tonto” Marshall posted on 6/16/20

My thoughts and prayers are with Ebony & Family. Praying God will comfort and sustain you now and always.

 

Nickie and Edwin, Tadala and Zion Chalira posted on 6/16/20

Love you all very much. Knowing Uncle Emil is finally with Aunt Betty and Grandpa Bob gives me peace that they are both happy together again. All my love and prayers to find comfort. Hugs and Kisses. Love ya love ya!!!

 

Sharon and Emilia posted on 6/16/20

My condolences Ebony. Deacon Hagler was so good to always check on us and we love and appreciate you both. May the peace of Christ be yours.

 

Silvia Dragomir posted on 6/16/20

Dear Deepak, my heartfelt condolences to you and your family at this tragic loss.

 

 

Lavetia Jones posted on 6/16/20

My condolences to Ebony and family Brenda will truly be missed loving caring hardworking woman she's resting with the Lord now

 

Paul Sucherman posted on 6/16/20

so very very sorry to hear the news of Emil's passing...such a dear, sweet, kind man...funny and vibrant in his gentle way...I have so many fond memories of kibitzing with him before or after TYA rehearsals or performances...May his memory forever be a blessing - hugs to all!

 

Ed Adams posted on 6/16/20

We are deeply sorry for your loss. Our thoughts are with you. -Ed and Hedy Adams

 

Eleanore Dias posted on 6/16/20

Deepak and Hema - my deepest condolences. Praying for strength and comfort for your family during this time of grief.

 

Bro. Joe and Sis. Fannie Crossley posted on 6/16/20

To the families of sister Dixie, weeping may endure for a night, but joy cometh in the morning, GOD shall wipe all his children tears tears away, our deepest sympathy goes out to you all. May God bless you all.

 

 

Lester Howard posted on 6/16/20

My condolences to the family. I pray that the Lord gives you peace and comfort in times like this. There are so many wonderful times that I have shared with Brenda. Time will not permit me to share even a fraction without hurting. Sometimes when I would call her mother, Martha Ann without saying “Mrs.” , she would holler out. Ma! Lester calling you”Martha”! Then it would be on! Her momma staring at me and I’m trying to explain. Brenda be pushing her on. When she was visiting her mother some years ago she pulled me to the side. She said Lester, look in on my mother. I did just that. To this day I’m grateful for that honor she entrusted me with. I will always cherish her friendship. May all of us remember the joy in “Pasty”❤️

 

 

Brittany posted on 6/16/20

 

 

Odeidra posted on 6/16/20

Prayers to the family!

 

 

Harris Family posted on 6/16/20

To the family and Ebony, We send thoughts of tranquility and peace. We know that she is well and whole, and resting well along side her Lord and savior. Blessings, The Harris Family Jennifer, Lamaine, and Lady Baby

 

Shahram Pourdashti posted on 6/16/20

So, so sorry for your loss.

 

 

Lia Maxwell posted on 6/16/20

My prayers for the family and loved ones. May you find comfort and support in each other during this difficult time and draw your strength on all the loving memories. Peace be with you. Love, Lia xoxo

 

Shymol posted on 6/16/20

Dear Deepak and Hema So very sorry to hear about the tragic loss of your angel Mahi. Heartfelt condolences and prayers for strength to over come your sorrow.

 

Sanghamitra posted on 6/16/20

Deepak and Hema, Sorry to hear the sad news... Our prayers are with you and family to get through this difficult time...

 

Kris Schraufnagel posted on 6/16/20

My deepest sympathies. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

 

Renee J Taylor posted on 6/16/20

My love and prayers are with you today and always dear family.

 

 

Emilia Nordström and family posted on 6/16/20

Our sincerest condolences on the passing of Emil. He was a very special man, he will be missed by many. Emil’s family is in our thoughts.

 

Aubrie Cipov and fMily posted on 6/16/20

The Cipov family is thinking of you and sending you our best wishes.

 

Bart Brewinski posted on 6/16/20

I am deeply sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers for you and your family.

 

 

Deepanshu nayar posted on 6/16/20

Our thoughts and prayers with you

 

 

Denise Wagner posted on 6/16/20

In memory of Romaine Antonette Budzisz, Denise Wagner lit a candle

 

Deepanshu nayar posted on 6/16/20

Our thoughts and prayers with you during this difficult period.

 

 

Scott Lewis posted on 6/16/20

My heart is saddened by hearing this and you have my deepest condolences.

 

 

The Adamson Family posted on 6/16/20

In memory of Mahi Arora, The Adamson Family lit a candle

 

Terry GILBERT posted on 6/16/20

To the entire family you are in my thoughts and prayers through this trying time.

 

Laura Reyes posted on 6/16/20

Dear Arora family, We are very deeply sorry for your loss. We are thinking about you and your family during this difficult time. Our deepest condolences go out to you and your family. Wishing that you are able to find strength and peace during this extremely difficult time. The Elario-Reyes family

 

Khalid Yaseen posted on 6/16/20

No family should have to experience such a tragic loss. Please accept my sincerest condolences. May her memories shine bright, and I pray that you find peace in these difficult times.

 

Mike Diedrick posted on 6/16/20

Deepak and Hema, my heart breaks for you. Sweet Mahi was truly a ray of sunshine. We are all here for you during this difficult time!

 

Roanne posted on 6/16/20

Deepak and Family: I am deeply sorry for your loss. I am thinking about you and your family during this difficult time.

 

Cara Rushing posted on 6/16/20

Deepak and Family, My deepest condolences go out to you and your family. I can’t imagine that any amount of words can express the pain that you are going through. I pray that you are able to find strength and peace during this extremely difficult time.

 

Bachar Naman posted on 6/16/20

Deepak and Hema, our deepest sympathy and prayers to you and your family.

 

Jeff Horwath posted on 6/16/20

Dear Dia, Hema and Deepak, We’re so sad for you and will continue praying for God to help you through all of this. You will see your beautiful Mahi again and until then, she is amazingly happy and alive in the full embrace of God’s Love. -Jeff & Connie Horwath

 

Stephen Bolling posted on 6/16/20

Dear Seelig Family, Please accept our sincere condolences. Kathy will be missed, but her light will continue to shine in everyone who knew her. Steve and Kris

 

 

Lynnette Sullivan posted on 6/16/20

You are in our thoughts and prayers beautiful Mahi! We are so sorry for your loss. We will keep you in our thoughts and prayers and ask God to carry you through. Lynnette, Pat and Grace Sulllivan

 

Lynnette Sullivan posted on 6/16/20

We know there are no words to express the pain or grief that you are going through. We pray that God gives you the strength and courage you need to face the days ahead. We will continue to keep you in our thoughts and prayers. Lynnette, Pat and Grace Sulllivan

 

 

Wanda Scholl posted on 6/15/20

Jeanie, my deepest condolences to you and your family. May the wonderful memories You have help you through this difficult time.

 

Lisa Baumhardt posted on 6/15/20

Deepak - Although there are no words that could ever ease the loss, just know that you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Gaurav Badlaney posted on 6/15/20

Our heart felt condolences dear Deepak & Hema, your family is in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

 

 

JoAnn Bednarski posted on 6/15/20

In memory of Michael "Mike" V. Sarcia, JoAnn Bednarski lit a candle

 

 

Richie posted on 6/15/20

So long buddy we had a lot of great times together playing ball camping and carousing

 

 

Paula Heitzer posted on 6/15/20

Our sincere sympathy to all of Paul's family. You are going to be greatly missed.

 

Rich Fistler posted on 6/15/20

It was a pleasure working with Eric. He always cracked me up. I will miss our pre-hunt get togethers before rifle season at the cabin. My sympathy to family and friends. RIP

 

Jackie Williams posted on 6/15/20

Deepak and family – I’m deeply sorry for your loss. Praying for God’s peace to bring you comfort, courage to face the days ahead, and loving memories of your beautiful little girl, Mahi, to hold in your hearts forever.

 

MELODY MARTIN posted on 6/15/20

My deepest sympathy to all family and friends. Eric was a beloved member of Local #344. He severed our local in several capacities for many years. He will be greatly missed! RIP brother!

 

Ed Frank posted on 6/15/20

My deepest sympathies to you and your family Deepak. I pray that you find peace in these difficult times.

 

Molly Pies posted on 6/15/20

Dear Arora family, from our family to yours, we send our most sincere condolences and pray for peace in your hearts.

 

Amy Dierksmeier posted on 6/15/20

My deepest sympathies go out to you and your family.

 

 

Mikew posted on 6/15/20

RIP, buddy, sorry for your family's loss, see you on the other side.

 

MARY & JEFF PROD posted on 6/15/20

OUR PRAYERS FOR LYNN AND FAMILY THAT YOU ARE COMFORTED IN KNOWING WAYNE IS NOW BORN INTO ETERNAL LIFE.

 

Jeff Serra posted on 6/15/20

Deepak, I'm so sorry to hear about your little girl. I can't imagine what you're going through right now. We will pray for you and your family. Please take care and let us know if there is anything we can do for you or your family during this difficult time.

 

Carrie, Anne and Vincent Wong posted on 6/15/20

Our deepest sympathy to the Toy family.

 

Toni & Neil posted on 6/15/20

Our deepest condolences on your loss. We don't have any words to make the pain that you and your family are going through dissipate. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family always.

 

Sonnicca and Sanjay posted on 6/15/20

Dear Deepak, Hema and Dia, We are so sorry for your loss. May you find comfort in loving memories of dear Mahi. You are in our hearts and prayers.

 

Yvonne Ondrejicka posted on 6/15/20

I will always remember my Aunti Romaine. We spent alot of weekends together as a family going back to each other's houses. I remember she gave to me the Lady sitting on the Moon Miller High Life Tray that I always wanted way back when. It was a grand childhood and grand time in my life of which she always made it better! We will all miss you!!! Your niece

 

Robert Sweda posted on 6/15/20

Deepak, I am very saddened for your families precious loss, my families prayers are with you and your family during these difficult times.

 

Carrie Avalos posted on 6/15/20

Deepak and Hema, There is no greater tragedy than the loss of a child. I am so sorry Mahi was taken too soon. Sending you love and strength as you navigate through this journey of unthinkable grief.

 

Jason McKelvey posted on 6/15/20

I am so sorry Hema. My family and I will definitely be praying for you.

 

Erik Richter posted on 6/15/20

Hema, I am so incredibly sorry for your loss! My heart and thoughts go out to you and your family during this unimaginable time.

 

Ed Knueppel posted on 6/15/20

I am so very sorry for your loss. I will keep you, your daughter, and your family in my prayers.

 

 

Prateek Sarpal posted on 6/15/20

In memory of Mahi Arora, Prateek Sarpal lit a candle

 

Nilesh Patel posted on 6/15/20

I am sorry for your loss. Our thoughts are with you and your family during these difficult times.

 

Asher Imtiaz posted on 6/15/20

This is really heartbreaking. Will be praying for the family.

 

Kavya Yerabati posted on 6/15/20

Hema, so sorry for your loss , our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during these difficult times .

 

Lisa Cheng posted on 6/15/20

I am deeply saddened to hear your loss, I never had the chance to meet Mahi in person but I remember thinking what a beautiful smile when I saw her photo, please accept my heartfelt sympathy.

 

Anna Chernyak posted on 6/15/20

Dear Deepak and Hema, I am deeply sorry for the loss of your daughter Mahi. My deepest sympathies and condolences to your family.

 

Chad Rebstock posted on 6/15/20

I'm so sorry to learn of this. You have my condolences and in our prayers during this difficult time. May god be with you and your family.

 

Pragya Singh posted on 6/15/20

Dear Deepak, I am so sorry for your immense loss. My deepest condolences. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time.

 

Emily Lee posted on 6/15/20

Dear Deepak, I am so terribly sorry for your loss. Words cannot begin to express how sad I am for you and your family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your entire family. May your beautiful memories sustain and bring comfort to you during this difficult season.

 

Danielle MacLean posted on 6/15/20

Deepak, sending the warmest thoughts and sincerest condolences to you and your family.

 

Stephen Kassens posted on 6/15/20

Carol, Our deepest sympathy is with you and your family. You are all in our prayers, Continue to Let Your Light Shine.

 

Kelly Rieman posted on 6/15/20

I am so very sorry, and so deeply saddened, to hear of this. My sincere condolences, your family is in my constant thoughts and prayers.

 

Carol Nakagawa posted on 6/15/20

Dear Deepak, sending my heartfelt condolences to you and your family on the loss of your little one, Mahi. Wishing you strength and love always.

 

Ruth Kurtz posted on 6/15/20

I feel very sad for you on losing John and Eric so close together. I hope you have other friends and family to lean on during this difficult time.

 

Cynthia Robinson posted on 6/15/20

Dear Carol, surround yourself with the peace and love of your family. In time, warm memories will replace the sorrow. My thoughts are with you - Cindy Robinson

 

Kathey posted on 6/15/20

I'm so sorry about your loss. I wish I could have gotten to know "Mother Hubbard" better. From what I heard she was quite the character. I know she appreciated all the love and care from her daughter and my friend Lisa. Take care... Love Lemilou

 

Christy Lorts posted on 6/15/20

Deepak I'm so sorry for your loss. I know words cannot make this go away but please know that we are all here thinking about you and your family.

 

Harry Sandhu posted on 6/15/20

My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I am deeply sorry for your loss. I will pray to god to give you peace, strength, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your heart. My condolences.

 

 

Sarah Anderson posted on 6/15/20

My deepest sympathies. No one should ever experience this pain.

 

 

Mukul Handa posted on 6/15/20

RIP little Mahi

 

Krista Killeen posted on 6/15/20

Deepak and family, I am so deeply sorry for your loss. I wish there were better words than that. My condolences.

 

Sonal posted on 6/15/20

I am praying to god for your family’s well being. I know this loss is unimaginable and irreparable but god will give you all the strength to pass through this time. Be strong and please take care of yourself and your family. Mahi is and will always be in my prayers. May her soul Rest In Peace.

 

Diane Brauer posted on 6/15/20

I can not begin to understand the deep pain you and your family must be going through. Only time will help. Peace and Prayers.

 

Greg Papachristou posted on 6/15/20

Deepak, I am so very sorry for your tragic loss and am praying for you and your family during this time.

 

 

Vivian Xu posted on 6/15/20

In memory of Mahi Arora, Vivian Xu lit a candle

 

Marc Blanchette posted on 6/15/20

Deepak, I am also deeply sorry for your loss. Please accept my most sincere sympathies to you and your family in this extremely difficult time. Words cannot really express how I feel right now, stay strong and God bless you, my friend.

 

Belinda Harrison posted on 6/15/20

Deepak, I cannot imagine the depth of your pain. I am so sorry for your loss. You and your family will be in my prayers during this difficult time.

 

Chris Hefter posted on 6/15/20

I'm so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

Natalie Young posted on 6/15/20

Deepak, I'm so very sorry for your immense loss. I cannot even fathom the heartache you and your family are experiencing. Mahi was clearly very deeply loved and will be sorely missed. Please be assured of our continued prayers and promise of support from the WHI team in the coming days and months as you and your family mourn and transition. May joyful memories bring you comfort. Peace to you all.

 

 

Darla Dillman posted on 6/15/20

Prayers for you during this tragic time. So very sorry for your loss.

 

Kathy Kirkpatrick posted on 6/15/20

My thoughts are with you during this time. I am so sorry for your loss. Mahi will be in our hearts and memories forever. Wishing you strength and peace during this hard time

 

Brian Stevens posted on 6/15/20

So very sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you in this difficult time.

 

Monika Sankar posted on 6/15/20

My deepest sympathies to you and your family.

 

Pinar Crombie posted on 6/15/20

Dear Deepak and Hema, I am deeply sorry for the loss of your daughter, Mahi. You are in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

 

Jill Short posted on 6/15/20

Deepak and family- there are no words to soothe your grief. I am very sorry for your loss and hope each day gets a bit better as time goes on. My thoughts are with you and your family.

 

Dean Lillge posted on 6/15/20

Our family send our deepest sympathy and condolences to you and your family. I'm very sorry for the loss of your daughter.

 

 

Mike Andorfer posted on 6/15/20

I'm so very sorry for your loss.

 

Dylan Schuyler posted on 6/15/20

So sorry for your tragic loss. My thoughts are with you all.

 

 

Ken Fairbairn posted on 6/15/20

My sincere condolences to you and your family

 

Lynda Viedenkamp posted on 6/15/20

My deepest condolences to you and your family.

 

Michael Siniavsky posted on 6/14/20

Dear Deepak, I'm deeply sorry for the loss of your daughter Mahi. Our family extends our deepest sympathy and heartfelt condolences to you and your family. In this time of grief, our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

Kim (and Ava) Krotts posted on 6/14/20

Our most heartfelt condolences to the entire family. We are so very sorry you have lost your precious daughter, and sister. Dia, Ava and I especially send hugs to you. Praying for peace for you all. The Krotts Family

 

Stacey Lopez posted on 6/14/20

Deepak, I wish you and your family peace in this time of sorrow. My deepest condolences. My thoughts are with you.

 

Julie Pekarek posted on 6/14/20

Deepak, I am so very sorry for your loss. My heart and prayers go out to you and your family during this immensely sad time.

 

 

Mandy Long posted on 6/14/20

Thoughts and prayers with your family. We are incredibly sorry for your loss. Sending love. The Longs.

 

Jennifer Nerad posted on 6/14/20

Deepak - my sincere condolences. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

Anand Nair posted on 6/14/20

Accept my deepest and heartfelt condolences. My prayers are with you and your family.

 

Mark Lickteig posted on 6/14/20

My deepest regrets to Carol and Rachel. May Eric rest in peace.

 

Mark Lickteig posted on 6/14/20

My deepest regrets to Carol. May John rest in peace.

 

 

Erin Rice posted on 6/14/20

My deepest sympathies.

 

Michelle Davidson posted on 6/14/20

Deepak - I am so sorry for your loss. My prayers are with you and the entire Arora Family.

 

John Schroeder posted on 6/14/20

My sympathies to the family, especially the girls. I remember many good times at parties at Jeff's. Losing a parent, no matter at what age is not easy. Hope all are well. God Bless.

 

Rachel Nelson posted on 6/13/20

My prayers are with you in this difficult time.

 

Grace Feliciano posted on 6/13/20

My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. May He give you strength and love during this difficult time.

 

Jan Mba posted on 6/13/20

Please accept my deepest condolences. May our Creator meet you with peace and love at every wave of your grief.

 

Bob Schallhorn posted on 6/13/20

Deepak, my heartfelt condolences to you and your family. I wish you all the strength possible in this most difficult time. All the best to you and your family.

 

Donald Fell posted on 6/13/20

In many ways I owe my Milwaukee YMCA career to Dr. Pahle!. As one of my Board Chairs at the Southwest YMCA, he encouraged me and mentored me. During a time when it didn't appear that our capital campaign to build the Southwest YMCA would be successful and I was considering moving on he told me in no uncertain terms, "our job to successfully build a Y for the southwest Milwaukee suburbs was not done, and I needed to work with him and the board to "get the job done". He of course was right and with his leadership we did just that! When we opened the Southwest branch he was there and I will be forever grateful to him as it was one of the great accomplishment of my career thanks in large part to him. He will be missed and I express my condolences to his wife Clarice and his entire family. I will always remember him as one of my heroes! I only wish that I had found out sooner about his death so that I could join his family today to celebrate his life! Thank you Dr. Pahle for all you meant to me. I will miss you and will always value our friendship!

 

Mike and Dawn Caruss posted on 6/13/20

Our hearts and prayers are with you and all your family. Bill is missed and we wish we could take away all the pain of his loss.

 

Priyanka and Mayur posted on 6/13/20

Mahi, you will be missed terribly Our deepest condolences to the Arora- Gupta family. May god give you all immense strength to cope with the loss

 

Georgia Cooper posted on 6/13/20

Deepak, My sincere condolences to you and your family. The thought of our loved ones visiting us in our dreams has brought me comfort during times of loss. I hope that it may bring you some comfort as well. My thoughts are with you. Wishing you peace, Georgia Cooper

 

Anita Martin posted on 6/13/20

Our deepest sympathies and condolences to your family.

 

Karen Lukac posted on 6/13/20

My sincerest sympathies to her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. What an amazing family to have left behind. Auntie Romaine always had a smile on her face and a gentle voice. That is how I will remember her.

 

Brian and Laura Delfino posted on 6/13/20

To Mike's loving family, we were so sad to hear of Mike's passing. I had the honor and pleasure of working with Mike at Kemper for 27 years. Mike often talked about his family, kids and grandkids with a smile on his face, he was so proud of the kids that he and Ginny had raised. Mike's impact during his Kemper career can be seen in the number of lives and careers Mike positively impacted. It is easy for a leader to hold people back because it makes their job easier but Mike never did that, his attitude was we can create more leaders. Mike was one of the best people I have ever met, a true gentleman, he cared about people, and will be missed tremendously. He left a great legacy with his kids and the people that will always smile when they think of Mike. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you. Brian and Laura

 

Rachel Muck posted on 6/13/20

Deanna was such a lovely lady to visit with. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you. She will be truly missed at Crossroads!

 

Desiree Davis posted on 6/13/20

My heartfelt condolences go out to you and your family during this difficult time.

 

Venky posted on 6/12/20

Deep condolences, shaken! Our prayers and thoughts are with your family to recover from this tragedy.

 

Cheryl Grey posted on 6/12/20

Laura Toy (as I knew her) was a beautiful woman all her life. Even in her 97th year. She will always be remembered by me as a kind, sweet person. She's pictured here at my mom's 90th birthday party with her daughter Joyce. She was 96 I think.

 

 

Danielle & Mike posted on 6/12/20

In memory of Romaine Antonette Budzisz, Danielle & Mike lit a candle

 

 

Ronnie and Sue Walz posted on 6/12/20

Dear Jeanne and Lisa, We're all heartbroken but be at peace knowing the your Mom now knows Peace again and is free to dance whenever and wherever she wants. With love, Ronnie and Sue

 

Christine Resler posted on 6/12/20

My most sincere sympathies to you and your family.

 

 

Melanie Robertson posted on 6/12/20

May the gift of memories hold you. She will shine bright always in your life.

 

Jim and Marita Gaines posted on 6/12/20

Our sincerest condolences for the loss of Mahi. We are praying for your family.

 

Meg Mucha posted on 6/12/20

My deepest sympathies for all of you at this time. You will be in my thoughts and prayers.

 

 

Ron and Sandy Cowan posted on 6/12/20

Mahi, you will be missed. We love you and know we will continue to feel your light and love forever.

 

Melaine Bemowski posted on 6/12/20

My sympathy to Aunt Romaine's family. Now all the Buzza girls are gone. Not so long ago we felt like our mom's were saying that all their friends were dying and they were getting old. Well now us cousins are left and some of them have passed too. Wish I could get there and see everyone, but like my brother Dave said, with the virus, we can't hug or even get close to one another. My love and prayers to all. Melaine Bemowski (Irene's daughter)

 

Nicole Bulow posted on 6/12/20

I will always know Joe as "Big Brother Joe" that always had a smile or joke to share. He had such a huge heart for children and his community. He wanted people to live life to the fullest like he always did. He was never afraid to travel the world, share his amazing stories, and open his heart to everyone he knew. He definitely lit up the room and made me smile. I and the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Ozaukee family is thinking of Joe's family and friends during this difficult time. May Joe's light continue to shine in all of you through this tough time.

 

David & Nancy Osinski posted on 6/12/20

So sorry to hear of Aunt Romaine's passing.Your in our thoughts and prayers Please accept our deepest sympathy. David & Nancy Osinksi

 

Beth Manz posted on 6/11/20

I am so sorry for your loss Kris. Hope things are well see you soon. Love, Beth

 

Nancy A Eisold posted on 6/11/20

So sorry to hear about Dave. So many memories when we were young and got together and had such good times. I will miss Daves emails always enjoyed them. I'm sure he is in heaven watching over you and family. Cherish the memories they mean so much. Nancy

 

Jubilee & Ken Jew posted on 6/11/20

Hello cousins, our love and prayers are with you all. Auntie 5 is with God in Heaven. I'm sure that she's having a wonderful time, being reunited with Uncle Eddie, and all her family members, like my parents, her sisters. Probably they're all busy playing mar jong! Although I didn't get to spend much time with Auntie 5, she's always been my favorite aunt. She was definitely a "happy-go-lucky" person and young at heart. Her presence always lid up the room because she loved to play around and her jokes always made us laugh hysterically. We loved to play mar jong with her cos she purposely lost to us. Our family was so grateful when she and Joyce travelled thousands of miles to come see our mom was mom was in the hospital. As always, her presence lifted up our mom's spirit. Thank you, Auntie 5 for being our favorite aunt. Love you and you'll be forever missed!

 

Frank Pintar posted on 6/11/20

Doc Pahle was an amazing guy and demonstrated enjoyment of his profession and always responded with a genuine engagement when interacting with people. I grew up with Joe as a great friend and the Pahle household was always welcoming and easy to visit. Ray Pahle's legacy will live on through his animal clinic, friendships, his children, and in his generations to come. A life well lived. Rest easy Doc!

 

Carol Bennett posted on 6/11/20

Shannon, My sincere condolences to you and your family on the passing of your father. I send you much love as you remember him and celebrate his life.

 

 

Dave and Joan Brussat posted on 6/11/20

Our deepest sympathy Dave and Joan Brussat

 

 

Brennon posted on 6/10/20

A true friend to so many people. This man has done so much for me and my family. He will always been In My heart and so will his family. I love and miss you old buddy Morbid Theory 4 life brother RIP hope you get to meet my mom love you brother thank you again for all you have ever done for us

 

Norbie & Nancy Stuczynski posted on 6/10/20

So sorry for the loss in your family. Our thoughts & prayers are with you at this difficult time as we carry all of you in our hearts. What a great guy & friend in Dave. Always had a little joke to tell. We enjoyed all the dinners out with Dave & Gloria. Many memories held dear in our hearts.

 

 

Helen Pat, Bill & Bryan Potter posted on 6/10/20

Dear Leah & George, I just heard about Aunt Stella today! We knew it was coming but it still isn’t easy to accept when it happens. There were so many happy times with your Mom, Birthday parties, names day’s, weddings, showers and picnics at Mouthie Lake. Those were my childhood and adult memories. Your mother always had a smile on her face and laugh to share with everyone she met. She always made me feel wanted and loved and I will never forget her!! I can see her now with your Dad and lthe rest of the family laughing and telling stories about the “good ole days”. She lived a long, full, loving and happy life. Our hearts go out to you both. All our love, The Potters

 

Cynthia posted on 6/10/20

Kris, there are no words to express the sadness I feel for you. My heart is broken and aches at your loss. From the day he was born till the day he died he was my boy. He only allowed a few people to continue calling him that into his adulthood and I was one of the very lucky ones. You raised a fine young man and God saw fit to take him home entirely too soon as far as I'm concerned. Our beloved Daryl is not in pain anymore. He will remain in our hearts forever. I have no doubt that your parents, Randy, Jonny, Dixie, David and the rest of the family, that have passed, were there to welcome him with open arms. Should you need me for anything just let me know. I love you.

 

McNamara Haba Family posted on 6/10/20

Much LOVE to Gloria and the entire family. The rest of the family will need to get even funnier to make up for the funny vacuum left behind with Dave’s passing from this world.

 

Christine Bower Edge posted on 6/10/20

Dear Ginny, Please accept my sincere sympathy on the passing of your husband, Mike. It sounds like you and he were blessed throughout your life together. What a special man he was! I pray for comfort and peace for you and your family. May all the beautiful memories you shared with Mike keep him in your heart and bring smiles to you all.

 

Rachel Lippeatt posted on 6/10/20

Kenneth, my sincere condolences for you and your family.

 

Gloria Erickson(Kultgen) posted on 6/10/20

Dear Pahle Family, I get so full of emotion when I think of all my great experiences with all of you since meeting in 1964. I am also full of joy when I think of Docs life well lived. You will all hold a special spot in my heart. Love and big hugs to you. Gloria, Mike and Karry

 

Iris Fuller posted on 6/10/20

Aunt Isabel was a very special lady. Always kind but with a spark that you knew she wasn't a push over. My love to her family.

 

Joyce Martin posted on 6/10/20

My deepest sympathy to the Wiesehuegel family.

 

Grant Nauman posted on 6/10/20

My deepest condolences to the family because he was a great guy and I'll never forget the time we went to the Waukesha County Fair and saw The Beatles impersonation band.

 

Ben Riek posted on 6/9/20

I feel sorry to see how sad it is for a great man to pass away. He definitely was a great one anyone can be around.

 

Art Kinsey posted on 6/9/20

My most heartfelt condolences the entire family. Franklin was such a special Christian man that treated our floral associates with such patients and care. Franklin worked for me for many years and I am so great full for our time together. Although this note is months late, I didn’t realize his passing. I was just thinking of him and discovered his passing upon checking. May he Rest In Peace.

 

Kay Bartell posted on 6/9/20

Jess, just know that all the Happy Memories with help you get through this difficult time. Hugs and prayers for you and your family

 

Tammy Kane posted on 6/9/20

My deepest sympathy to Emily, Jessica, Dawn and all of Duane’s family and friends. We enjoyed having him and his family as our neighbors in New Berlin for many years. We shared a lot of laughs and candy!! You are all in my prayers. Tammy Kane

 

David Fisher posted on 6/9/20

Mike was the nicest person I know. I am going to miss him. He’s in God’s hands now and not in pain anymore. ✝️

 

Chuck Delsman posted on 6/9/20

I had many great conversations about sports with Mike. We both respected each other’s opinions. Great guy. And now he’s on to bigger and better things.

 

 

Theresa Rock posted on 6/9/20

Bill was a good man with a caring heart. Praying that God will send you strength and comfort today and for years to come. God bless.

 

Tyrone P Dumas posted on 6/9/20

My condolences and prayers for the Leatherwood family as you mourn but also celebrate the life of Sam...I managed to participate in some monthly breakfast with Sam and others, semi regularly, at Perkins restaurant for a few years. Sam could tell a story and keep you laughing. He was an excellent law enforcement officer with the Milwaukee County Sheriffs office for years and a respected man in our community. God Bless you all...

 

 

Marty,Melissa Smith posted on 6/9/20

Our deepest condolences are with you Victoria & Melissa and family we are so sorry for your loss, Rest in peace my friend until we meet again, Marty,Melissa Smith Fla.

 

 

Melissa Smith posted on 6/9/20

Bill I’m so thankful we had the pleasure of being your neighbor in Florida.. We are so saddened of your passing deepest condolences to Victoria and the family Rest In Peace my friend until we meet again.. ❤️Marty,Melissa Smith

 

Carol A. Balke posted on 6/9/20

Dear Ginny, Our deepest sympathy to you and your family. Our thoughts & prayers are with you all. Sincerely, Terry & Carol Balke

 

John & Lucy Vose posted on 6/9/20

GInny & Family, Lucy and I were truly sorry to hear about Mike's passing and share our deepest condolences with you all. I worked with Mike for a number of years at Kemper and I do not know of a better man. Kind, patient, loving, knowledgeable, caring, understanding, compassionate and successful were just of the few of the many positive attributes Mike lived his life by. He was always most proud of his family and the workers he managed. I am proud to have been his frend and will miss him.

 

Janice Wysocki posted on 6/9/20

So sorry to hear of Eric's passing. We went to junior high and high school together. Remember him as being a super nice guy. My condolences to his family.

 

 

Judy and Mike Salamone posted on 6/8/20

Deepest sympathy to the Amrhein family. Ginny was a dear friend and neighbor to us while we were in our first home on 72nd Street. We lived there for 10 years and had two young children at the time. I have many fond memories of regular nightly visits with Ginny and Shirley on the front porch. Being avid baseball fans, the radio was always close by so that they could listen to the ball game at the same time. Ginny was so proud of her children and grandchildren and spoke often of all of you. I feel truly blessed to have had this wonderful lady be a part of my life. Goodbye my dear friend, until we meet again.

 

 

Lynne and Bob Brandt posted on 6/8/20

Ginny, Shannon, Kurt, John and your families, our deepest sympathy to you all. Mike was truly a special, kind, friendly, all around great human being, who will be missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time Rest In Peace Mike

 

Cindy Gorski posted on 6/8/20

Phyillis was always cheerful and friendly. Just a warm wonderful person, I always felt comfortable and accepted when she was around.

 

 

Don and Cherry posted on 6/8/20

In memory of Michael "Mike" V. Sarcia, Don and Cherry lit a candle

 

Andy Ogens posted on 6/8/20

Kris, my heart breaks for your loss. Thinking of you.

 

Kathleen Stofflet posted on 6/8/20

One of the lasr remaining first cousins. Please accept my deepest sympathy. I has been awhile since we visited with her. It was a good time. She was a great lady and I know she will be missed.

 

 

Jeff Nickels posted on 6/8/20

In memory of Jennifer A. Statza, Jeff Nickels lit a candle

 

Mathias M Lak posted on 6/8/20

The Amon Family, Heidi & I want extend our sympathy to you and family for your loss.

 

Lois Haupt posted on 6/8/20

I am so very sorry to hear of your loss. Now I know why I did not hear from her this year at Christmas for we had talked about getting together and never got to do it. We had so much fun in years past at our football games ,cookouts, at friend's houses, snowmobiling, anniversary parties,and birthday parties . Phyllis was a wonderful, fun loving, hard working, great cook and friend I had the privilege to know. Had I not had all my health issues I would have loved to have said this in person but it was not meant to be. Just wanted you Ann, Bob and Dan to know how sad I was to hear of your loss and send my deepest and most sincere sympathies to you .Lois Haupt

 

Wendy Schoua Gorski posted on 6/8/20

Jimmy was kind and gentle. I wish him peace and rest.

 

John and Rita Kinczfogel posted on 6/8/20

Our deepest sympathy Gloria to you and your family in the loss of Dave a long time friend and fun person to be around may he rest in peace.

 

Jewon Dyson posted on 6/8/20

Our hearts and prayers go out to your family. Jayla's smile, courage, and happy disposition blessed the halls of Victory Christian Academy. She taught us faith in God is not only getting His miracle healing hand, but reflecting His face in hard times. Jayla's smile reflected the love of Christ, I'm a better person for being one of her teachers. Prayers for your family.

 

 

Linda Delbovo posted on 6/7/20

I need someone from their family to reach me! 2624120457

 

Karen Stebbins posted on 6/7/20

I was so sorry to hear of Phyllis’ passing. She and I are first cousins. It has been many years since I have seen her, but she hasn’t changed much. My sincere sympathy to her children and her whole family. God’s blessings at this difficult time. Karen Stebbins

 

Ann Petersen posted on 6/6/20

Hugo, my friend, I miss you. You brought your silly smile with you everywhere. Working side by side with you, I couldn't have asked for a more caring and helpful person. Whether it was going to Fuego with the group, doing sweeps for garbage and cars in the alleys, attempting electrical homework ( or just letting me copy off you), shooting the shit in the office...I could go on and on. But through all of that, you always brought a positive attitude, funny jokes and bright energy. You will be missed dearly. Thank you for never annoying me at work (when everyone else did) and thanks for never questioning me when I needed your help. Thank you for teaching me about work and just general life. Thanks for always putting up with my questions about my car (since I knew you were the only one that actually knew what needed to be done) I will bring your positive energy with me everywhere I go, and aspire to have the care free and loving soul that you still have. Thank you for being you. Take Care Hugo, my friend always and forever. I love you.

 

 

Diana rojas posted on 6/6/20

Siempre estarás en nuestra memoria padrino fuiste un gran hombre y así te recordaremos

 

 

Ashley Koglin posted on 6/6/20

So much love to all the family at this time. grandpa Dave was so amazing, he always welcomed me into his family growing up. He will be so missed ❤️❤️

 

 

Mildred Rojas posted on 6/6/20

I didn’t get the chance to meet you but I know you are in the good hands now. Rest in peace Hugo!

 

Pam Reiss posted on 6/6/20

Chris and family, What a long life your Mom had and how lucky for you to have her for 94 years! My heart goes out to you in your loss. May she rest in eternal peace with your Dad. Love, Pam

 

Jorge G. posted on 6/6/20

I've known Hugo for at least 33 yrs or so. Hugo I'm sorry for not being a better to you, because you have never treated me like anything other than a brother. One thing about Hugo you never left his company not feeling the love he had for you or his family. He always welcomed everyone and treated everyone with respect, something this world rarely sees these days.. The world has lost a great man, dad, husband, grandfather, and most a amazing human being. To his wife, children, grand kids, brothers and sisters I am so sorry for the loss of Hugo.

 

Tyrone Love JR posted on 6/6/20

I would like to send my thoughts and prayers to the Smith family in this time of bereavement. I met Mr. Smith or 'Grandpa" as we knew him through my cousin Keyjuan Johnson. He was a Great man of wisdom, a hardworking and kind man he was. He will be missed.

 

Gina Bavinck posted on 6/6/20

He was a pure soul, I always wished we lived closer, I once told Mama B to let him come live with me. I always enjoyed going bowling and to the goodwill dances. We had such fun. He could remember what I wore and my score in bowling forever!!! Uncle Ewald is with Mama B and Papa B and Mom. I bet he is singing. Happy Trails to you, until we meet again. Sympathy to all who knew him, love

 

 

Beatrice Kelley posted on 6/6/20

In memory of Hugo Omar Rojas Escobar, Beatrice Kelley lit a candle

 

Helena Kaiser posted on 6/6/20

I am so sorry. I did not know him, but I know his sister-in-law. May the angels wrap their loving wing around you for your next journey into the Light and to his grieving family who is strong, but struggles without him. Ongoing prayers. amen

 

Sandra Potts posted on 6/6/20

Deepest sympathy to you in the loss of your loved one. No matter how old one is or how healthy, the loss is never any less. I always enjoyed when I was visiting Texas at the same time Ginny was. I remember the last time I went to Jason’s Deli and got take out for Chri’s house and we had lunch together. Always a fun time with Ginny. Love, Sandy

 

John Anderson posted on 6/6/20

Mr. Huebsch was my fourth grade teacher In 78-79. He also was the first teacher that- as my young mind recognized, really enjoyed teaching! There was a warmth and compassion in his eyes and his spirit when a student might not understand something explained the first time-He would exercise that wit and humor so even a fourth grader would be able to chuckle, and then be focused:) My heartfelt condolences to his family, and may the peace that surpasses all understanding be with you all.

 

 

Sally Goltz posted on 6/6/20

No words can describe how sorry I am for your loss. Will miss you forever.

 

Gwen Moore posted on 6/6/20

My condolences goes out to the family. Hugo was like a brother to me We worked tigatfer over 10 years at the DMV. We shared many rides to work and many left overs for lunches He will be truly missed May God be with you all in your times of sorry.

 

Paul Fairbanks posted on 6/6/20

I have many memories of uncle Ewald, I was always amazed at his memories...that is to say that he always remembered everyone that he had contact with, he always greeted everyone by their name. He was respectful of others, and a gentleman first and foremost. Ewald could always be counted on to act with restraint and dignity in any situation. He was one of those individuals who left you with a positive message of humanity.

 

Jane Kassens posted on 6/6/20

Mr. Huebsch was my 4th grade teacher at Roosevelt in 1973-4. He played a role in my fondness for my elementary school days. I credit him for my excellent spelling ability in our “Spelling Baseball” games. Mr. Huebsch made learning fun. I remember his fondness for Pelican Lake and fishing. This is sad news and I express my deepest sympathy to his family.

 

 

Dr. Ada M. Fisher posted on 6/6/20

I know it's late I just during the doctor Davis's there. He was one of my favorite professors and helped me so much not just through med school but with my own family was beside with cancer and so many family members he meant the world to me and his patients and Friends.

 

Brenda Raner posted on 6/5/20

I'm so sad for your family during this time. Hugo was always nice to me, and I will miss seeing him at work. Your family is in my prayers. Brenda

 

 

Linda Delbovo posted on 6/5/20

I'm so sorry for your loss. I didn't know he passed away until today when I was looking for his phone number to say hi to him. Him and Doreen were so kind and loving to my family. I wish I would have known he passed. I would have been there

 

James Boyd posted on 6/5/20

Larry, Very sorry about the loss of your Dad. You, and the Lueck family, are in our thoughts and prayers. Please cherish all the good times and memories you have. The Boyd Family

 

 

Ann Bordeau posted on 6/5/20

Linda you will always live in my heart. Rest in Peace my sweet Linda. Love you. Aunt Annie

 

 

David and Marcie Haughn posted on 6/5/20

In memory of Linda Buczek, David and Marcie Haughn lit a candle

 

Stephanie Klinger posted on 6/5/20

I will miss the way Uncle Dale called my name! He'd Greet me with :" Stephie your here!" I can't explain it but the way he said it, made me feel Loved! You never saw him without Aunt Carolyn! My heart breaks for her loss! He and Aunt Carolyn have always supported our Family events! We will miss Uncle Dale's mischief and playful ways! Until we meet again! Sending Lots of Love and Hugs N Prayers to you all! Love, STEPHIE

 

 

Jennifer Longbein posted on 6/5/20

So sorry for the loss

 

Lynne Hipke Senkerik posted on 6/5/20

I’m saddened to hear of Mr. Huebsch’s passing. He was such an amazing teacher. I was not in his class at Roosevelt, I had Mrs Hoover and Mr Zigan, but that didn’t matter. He loved all the kids at Roosevelt. I was so happy when years later my son was lucky enough to have him as his teacher. He impacted so many lives! His memory will live forever!

 

Kelly Bortoluzzi posted on 6/5/20

Dear Betty, My thoughts and heart are with you and the family today. I will truly miss my Uncle Tom. We didn't talk as often as we should have but every visit meant a lot to me. I will always appreciate his generosity of stories, the laughter and the firm shoulder to cry on. whenever I needed it. One of my earliest childhood memory was being upset and not wanting to go to sleep when my Uncle Tom was visiting...I snuck out of my bed and quietly sat in the hallway listening to the adults play poker....there would be political arguments one minute and dirty jokes the next minute. As an adult I always tried to connect with Uncle Tom when I came back to WI for a visit. I loved it when he had his little store in the office building downtown. My friends would be so excited to buy popcorn and other "something special from WI" products and to hang out and talk. I've always been so proud of my kind, funny, supportive and generous Uncle! I know he was very close to my Mom and missed her dearly; I'm so glad they're together again. RIP Uncle Tom, please give my parents and your brothers a big hug and kiss from all of us who miss them so much. Love to the whole family. Kelly Bortoluzzi

 

Tim Brass posted on 6/5/20

RIP Matty, I'm missing my Tuesdays with you. You are at Peace!. Probably riding motorcycles around with Dano & Lisa.......Condolences to Chris & the Family. Treasure the Memories.

 

Donna Zander posted on 6/5/20

So sorry for your lost. Prayers for Peace and comfort for the family. He always took the time to spend quality time. Bike rides and special events with family.

 

Deborah Glenn Bowie posted on 6/5/20

From the Bowie family to the Robinson's we extend our deepest sympathy in the loss of your father .... he leaves a great legacy in all of you. Find peace and comfort in all the memories of days gone pass. He was a wonderful man, quiet and strong. I will keep your family in prayer!

 

Betty Glynn posted on 6/5/20

Betty, I have been thinking of you and praying for you all week. Corrine, Mike, and their kids, Shane, and I will remember Tom with much love. The many Spring visits here to Arizona will never be forgotten. We always looked forward to those weeks of fun. Tim and Tom always had us in tears from laughter. Much love Betty Glynn and Family in Arizona

 

 

Ray Breske posted on 6/4/20

In memory of Linda Buczek, Ray Breske lit a candle

 

 

Catie posted on 6/4/20

Linda, I'm sorry to see you go, and I know you fought because you wanted more time with all of us--especially Tommy, Tom, and your mom. We had some important conversations, but many of those memories have gone with you. There was still so much to be said. I will keep your words in my heart and honor your memory as best I can. Thank you for your kind spirit. I know you did a lot of good in this world.

 

Nikkole Todorovich posted on 6/4/20

The choice was made. It shouldn't have been done. God picked for you to be the one. Together we join but in a different way. You were special, and they made that clear as day. For, whatever reason, things have to be harder than they should because if we could hold, hug, cry together, we would. They say you are only dealt with what you have strength for. This isn't true, because we need you much more. In the end, the choice has been made. As we mourn you, put you to rest, and say goodbye to your grave. We know that up above you will watch. The positives, the strength, and all that you knew we were capable of. We will never know why you were taken from us. A lot of blame, guilt, and feelings are a must. A lot of shame, thoughts, and wonder will come... The emotions are given for reason for some. In the end, there was a reason that you were chosen to go. No one knows why. No one wants it to be true. No one can say so. Today, we mourn the soul who was bright. As you continue to get closer to that light. You will be embraced with welcomed hands. As you were always an angel that stood where your heart stands. As you look down on them, give them strength. Every day might not be easy, they will go the length. Each day they will teach each other something new. Because of that, they can thank you. Although you are no longer here to help everyone you touched. The people you've reached will forever remember so much. Today, we lay you to rest. Saying goodbye is just a test. For you had a purpose in your heart. To bring everyone together, and figure out the rest. You knew it would be a start. To make promises come true, today we have to mourn you. Watch over them as we know you will, let them know you are there still. We love you in all our own ways. And still, it's not fair that it has come to today. Your smile, so bright and you... together again, in the clouds and up in the blue. RIP Linda Buczek Please, find ways to provide strength for everyone today. As you had more than enough to share... always so generous, you'll show us the ways to care.

 

Cheryl Meunier posted on 6/4/20

Nana was an amazing woman! She always made you feel at home. She will be truely missed

 

 

Maria Malvitz posted on 6/4/20

In memory of Linda Buczek, Maria Malvitz lit a candle

 

 

Nicole Jaeschke posted on 6/4/20

Linda will be missed, My condolences to you and your Family..

 

Karen posted on 6/4/20

Kris, you know I’m thinking of you and am grieving for you having to endure another loss of a beloved family member. Sometimes life just isn’t fair. I hope we can all gather together in the not too distant future to celebrate Daryl’s life and to wrap you up in love... Love, Karen

 

Mary Haughn posted on 6/4/20

Y’all my heart is heavy. Words are just don’t come. Tears tears. Linda I know your good Granny Marge is holding you. I’m going to miss that smile your positive engery . I love with have the memories of me being a clown. Auntie loves making people laugh and feel good about themselves. You sure made me smile. I will never forget the time Auntie Marcie Auntie Carol and I burn almost burn down the house forgot you in there no worries the neighbors got you to safety. Spread your wings fly high sweetheart. Till the good lord calls me home remember Auntie Mary loves you. Tom and Tommy I will call when I come home we will be together. Sue I love you sis . My Nephew David please bring the boys to come see me. Love y’all till we see each other

 

 

Geraldine Johnson posted on 6/4/20

To the family I am so sorry for your loss. I didn’t know your loved one personally, but I heard very great things about him and his brother Eric who are co- workers with my daughter Amber. God decided He needed him in Heaven.

 

 

Kerri Traber posted on 6/4/20

Tom, My deepest sympathies to you and your family. You're in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

 

Karen Hauer posted on 6/4/20

We are so surprised and wish this weren't true. Linda was ALWAYS smiling when I saw her at Irving Elementary. Her warmth and friendliness was genuine, and the children were blessed for it. She is a person to be proud of, and to be remembered. Our thoughts and prayers are for you and your family. Sincerely, Karen Hauer

 

Hannah Stoffield posted on 6/4/20

Dear Rojas family, Sending all the love and prayers your way. I am terribly sorry for your loss.

 

 

Julie Dziengel posted on 6/4/20

In memory of Linda Buczek, Julie Dziengel lit a candle

 

 

Jonathan Waldron posted on 6/4/20

Such a wonderful and kind person who will be missed.

 

 

Leah Quentin & Keira posted on 6/4/20

So many fond memories. Linda's picture tribute touched so many friends, family & memories. Let's not forget the CB radio. Riding around in our cars talking with friends. Using our handles. If memory doesn't mistaken me, I believe this is how Tom & Linda met each other. You will be forever missed. Much love to you and your family. Leah xo❤

 

 

Jim & Mary posted on 6/4/20

In memory of Linda Buczek, Jim & Mary lit a candle

 

Norma Garbarek posted on 6/4/20

Nana- You have been one of the most positive influences in my life. I will forever be grateful for the love and support you have shown Jasmine, Mia, Penny and I. It is hard to believe that after twenty years in my life you are now gone. I know you are in Heaven smiling down on all of us. Always and Forever Norma & The Girls xo

 

 

CHAD A LARSON posted on 6/4/20

You will be missed...Love Sunshine!

 

Jeff Stadler posted on 6/4/20

My heart goes out to you and your family. You will be in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Pat Savignac posted on 6/4/20

I knew Matt and Chris from growing up Brookfield/Elm Grove. Matt and I kind of ran in the same circle of friends. Matt had this big jacked up truck in high school that was an early generation of the gearhead monster trucks kids drive today. That truck was broke a lot . One of my most pronounced memories from those days and I have no idea why, was the random time I ended up in Matt's truck and he took my friend Eric and I down a long muddy trail off of river rd in Brookfield. At the end of the trail we got out of the truck and hopped in the back, sat on buckets, and proceeded to down a 12 pack that he had stashed back there...took about an hour...Random indeed. Great guy. Wish I would have kept in touch with him. My condolences to the entire Reuter family and friends.

 

Deborah Slakes posted on 6/4/20

I was very saddened to hear of the passing of our friend Doug. Doug was a friend of my late husband, Patrick Wall, and me for 40 years. Pat was also best friends with his brother Mark. Doug was always upbeat and a forward thinker. I think he was the first person we knew that owned a computer. Every time we hear John Prine or Jimi Hendrix we will remember him. He will be missed. - Deborah Slakes

 

 

VANESSA ESCALERARUDON posted on 6/4/20

Con un deseo de paz en estos momentos tan difíciles reciban un abrazo de Milton y Vanessa

 

Don Schaewe posted on 6/4/20

Deepest sympathies to the Rojas family. Hugo was a wonderful co-worker; gentle, happy and hard-working. He will be missed greatly. God's peace.

 

Neha Kumari posted on 6/4/20

I’m so sorry for your loss. Our prayers are with you and your family.

 

Timothy Bersch posted on 6/4/20

I am very sorry for your loss. Be strong and stay safe

 

Trey Lawton posted on 6/4/20

One of the kindest person I ever new

 

 

Ericka Sutton and family posted on 6/3/20

My deepest condolences to the Rojas and extended family and friends for the loss of such a young, special person. Hugo was always a light when I would have the honor of gathering with the Rojas family. I grieve and pray for peace for his family. I know he is in a better place with warm breezes in the trees, mountains and sunshine. He will always watch over us.

 

 

Nicole Hazelton posted on 6/3/20

Linda was completely love, she will live on in all the loving memories I have of her and our Irving students ❤️

 

Deborah Johnson posted on 6/3/20

I will love and miss you Daddy, until we meet again. Even though I wasn’t around much, I know you loved me. Thank you for being my dad.

 

Bonnie Joyce posted on 6/3/20

Know that I am with you in spirit as you celebrate Phyllis' life. She was always so kind to me, always loving and happy to see me. It was my joy to be her niece.

 

 

Frankie Guerrido jr posted on 6/3/20

I have good memories of hugo and the he laugh. You will be miss r.i.h

 

 

Richard Seegert posted on 6/3/20

In memory of Linda Buczek, Richard Seegert lit a candle

 

Carol and Karl Hertz posted on 6/3/20

Dear Lucy and family, We want to extend our sincere sympathy at Edward's passing. It must be extremely difficult, but please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. Blessings.

 

 

Nikki McLaurin posted on 6/3/20

Linda, It's amazing how many lives you've touched. It just goes to show what an angel you were here. You are already missed so much! Nikki & Jeff

 

Tamira Rice posted on 6/3/20

My sincere sympathies to the entire Rojas family during this time. Though I did not work with Hugo on a daily basis, every time I had the opportunity to, I was grateful that I did. He was a very kind and loving person. He will surely be missed within your family and his work family as well. Again, my sincere condolences to the entire family during this time of healing.

 

 

George posted on 6/3/20

We will all miss you!!! You will never be forgotten.

 

Jose G. Perez posted on 6/3/20

Mi más sentido pésame My sincerest condolences to family and friends. The 12th Aldermanic District is grateful to Hugo for his outstanding service and commitment. Hugo made a big difference and will be missed. RIP my brother.

 

 

Nikkole Todorovich posted on 6/3/20

In memory of Linda Buczek, Nikkole Todorovich lit a candle

 

William Brooks posted on 6/3/20

Condolences to the family. Elmer was a fine person and he will be greatly missed by those of us of the Lincoln/North Division community. RIP

 

Jennifer posted on 6/3/20

My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

 

 

Beverly Lawrence posted on 6/3/20

In memory of Hugo Omar Rojas Escobar, Beverly Lawrence lit a candle

 

Craig & Sally Salo posted on 6/2/20

Uncle Eugene was clearly a self made man proud of his accomplishments and abilities to figure stuff out as a carpenter. He held me captive listening to stories of projects he had worked on. To this day I remember him and his family showing up at our wedding in their hippie bus. How adventuresome was that !! I always look forward to visits with him on his annual treks to Las Vegas. Uncle Eugene was always there when family members lost love ones or were ill. My uncle will be missed. Our condolences go out to his family (My Cousins) for your loss. He lived a long and rewarded life. Our thoughts are with you.

 

 

Latasha Teague posted on 6/2/20

My sincere condolences to the family. We were co-workers at the Milwaukee North East DMV location. Hugo was always kind and courteous. He was always will to help others. May God bless you all.

 

Rosalie Uebelacker posted on 6/2/20

We have met Dorothy through our Brown Deer Senior. We did not know Dorothy for a long period of time. She was so kind and friendly. She sure will be missed by all. God bless her and her family.

 

Ed Hammer posted on 6/2/20

484 W Division ST IT WAS A WHILE AGO WHEN A FEW COUSINS SPENT TIME AT PHYLLIS'S HOME ALONG WITH ANN. GLORIOUS FELLOWSHIP! MANY MEMORIES SPARKED. WE HAVE A BLESSED FAMILY. ACCEPT OUR SYMPATHY AS YOU GO FORTH. BARB HAMMER

 

 

Chrissy from Paneras posted on 6/2/20

I will miss not being able to get your honey for your bagel and refresh your coffee. A great smile, a beautiful head of white hair, and wonderful sense of humor.......you will be missed but NOT forgotten.

 

Father Steven Little, STS posted on 6/2/20

My favorite memory of Uncle Eugene and Aunt Bev, is from when they and he family came to visit us in Amarillo,Texas in the sixties. They drove down in a converted school bus painted in the very best hippie style. I thought it was the coolest thing ever. Jeffery and I played a lot of chess. +May angels escort him into the Paradise of his God, May Light Perpetual shine upon him, may he Rest In Peace, and may his memory be Eternal. + I shall remember Uncle Eugene and Aunt Bev in the cannon of the Eucharist this Sunday on the Feast of the Holy Trinity.

 

Adam posted on 6/2/20

There are so many ways I hope Grandpa is remembered. For his sacrifices early in life to help his family. For his military service. For being a self-made carpenter/businessman. For raising a great family. I will always remember the look of pride he had on his face on those occasions where the entire family could meet for a meal and to catch up with each other. Grandpa was a true self-made man, one that I admired considerably and will miss even more. I love you Grandpa, and I hope you and Grandma are already dancing again.

 

Cory posted on 6/2/20

One of my fondest memories of Grandpa was the Honor Flight I took with him in Spring of 2017. For those that don't know, they call it the honor flight because it is a flight that honors our Veterans by flying them out to D.C. to view all the major war memorials but it kinda felt like an honor to me just to be included in his day. He was so happy to go on this trip. It was a long day though and around lunch time he really started craving a McDonald's Hamburger that the sub sandwiches the tour provided didn't fully suffice him. Through all the sharing of old war stories with fellow veterans, viewing of war memorials, being thanked by random crowds of strangers throughout D.C. (many of them kids and students), and the "letters from home" that were so kindly prepared for him on the flight home I'm sure that hamburger was the last thing on his mind. I have nothing but great memories of Grandpa and I feel at peace knowing that he lived such a great life and raised a tremendous family. I love you, Grandpa.. Always. Cory.

 

MalaikahRobin Manasseh posted on 6/2/20

To Debbie and Malaikah and Caleb Manasseh have been praying for the Robinson family since 1986 when God connected us through your own Deborah Robinson Johnson. We continue to pray that the God of all comfort will comfort you now in your inner being. For the Lord himself will come down from heaven with a loud command, with the voice of the archangel and with the trumpet call of God, and the dead in Christ will rise first. Praise be to the God and father of our lord Jesus Christ. To Debbie, San, Robbie, Gayle, Diane, Lynette and Pam. Your dad was a wonderful met who we had the pleasure ofmeeting each time we visited Milwaukee. He encouraged us with his wit and humor and kind words! Stay strong. We love you

 

Mr & Mrs Anthony Clementi posted on 6/2/20

We want to express our deepest sympathy For your Loss of Your Father.We hope you find comfort in knowing that he has found eternal Pease In Heaven and the ever after. Remember that the Memories live on forever. My God Bless. Tony & Mary

 

Dick and Kathie Reed posted on 6/2/20

Betty you are in our prayers and thoughts. Our deepest sympathy. We always loved going to Prairie du Chein to see a Grandpa and the triplets. They were in there late teens when I remember them playing cards in the kitchen there having a beer or 2 and us kids were upstairs watching through the heating vent in the floor. We decided to drop some marbles down the vent, Wow big mistake grandpa didn’t find it as funny as we did. He will be missed and his great smile. Hugs ,love and prayers. Dick and Kathie Reed niece.

 

Jan Tenhula Ewald posted on 6/2/20

George and Leah....I was sorry to hear the sad news of your mothers passing. I have great memories of her as a wonderful neighbor! We always felt welcome at your house! She was fun and caring, keeping an eye on all of the neighbor kids... I am proud to have known her! Gods blessings to you and your families... Fondly, Jan Tenhula Ewald

 

Pamela Huff posted on 6/2/20

Dear Daddy you have always been there for me and the family. Thank you for your love support and understanding.You always made me feel I could accomplish anything and no matter what I did accomplish you always looked at me with such pride. When mama died you made sure we still followed the same traditions. You raised our brother from just a little boy to an honorable man, You never said much but I was knew you were there. You were our ROCK. Thank you I love you always Pam

 

 

Robbie Boyd posted on 6/2/20

If tears could build a stairway, and memories a lane. I would walk right up to Heaven and bring you home, again..

 

Robbie Boyd posted on 6/2/20

Diane and Family I have no words to express my sorrow My prayers and thoughts are with you during this time of grieving, You and family are in our prayers. Robbie, Frank and BRANDEN.

 

 

Kelsey Podany posted on 6/1/20

Linda was so welcoming to me when I was a student teacher at Irving. I greatly enjoyed my daily talks with her and Sue. She had an amazing way about her and her love for her job and the kids at Irving was very apparent. My deepest condolences during this most difficult time. ~Kelsey

 

 

Diana Wilkum posted on 6/1/20

So very sorry for your loss your mother was a wonderful person always enjoyed seeing her sit outside by your house enjoying the company of her friends and family❤️

 

Michele Harrison posted on 6/1/20

Sharing in your sadness as we remember Linda. Even though we didn't talk much she was my sister in law. She was sweet, kind, and true to herself. Linda will be missed by many, she was definitely to young at 46. Just wanted to send our condolences from Florida. Our family is truly sorry to hear the news and just letting you know that we are sending comforting hugs and prayers for healing. Love you guys, Michele, Clint, Ilyssa & Logan Harrison

 

Natalie Redlinger posted on 6/1/20

I was so sad to read Linda’s obituary in Sunday’s paper. I always enjoyed seeing you both at the Fire Pit, and then the Buffet. Linda was a very nice pleasant woman.My thoughts are with you and Sue as well.

 

 

Henry and Ann Pope posted on 6/1/20

Sharing in the loss of one so dear,and sending our deepest sympathy. We will keep you all in our prayers. Henry and Ann Pope Conyers ,Ga.

 

John Geertsen posted on 6/1/20

I became an RN 1987. My first day on the job Polly was there. She was kind and confident. She helped orient me. She remained on our rehab team til she retired; and she was a great part of our success helping so many patients improve their lives. She will always be held dearly in my heart. I will miss her greatly.

 

 

Tom Buczek posted on 5/31/20

In memory of Linda Buczek, Tom Buczek lit a candle

 

Tim S. Poulson posted on 5/31/20

Peggy: My name is Tim Poulson. My youngest son Timmy and his wife Mackenzie live directly behind you. Often times when I was helping out Timmy with yard work, I would see Harvey outside and we would talk about a wide variety of things. I always found Harvey to be engaging, easy to talk to, and a very pleasant man. I wish I had had more time to have gotten to know him even better. He seemed like such a genuinely nice man. I am so sorry for your loss. You and Harvey are in my many thoughts and prayers. You have my sincere condolences.

 

Angie Nassopoulos Schmidt posted on 5/31/20

She was a lovely and kind lady. Heartfelt Condolences to your family. May her memory be eternal. Zoi se sas

 

Marlene Larsen Trokan posted on 5/31/20

Shared Stevie's service from Buckeye Arizona. I was happy to hear her Polish Chop Suey was mention, I also looked forward to it at the Perl's get togethers. My Prayers for all of Stevie's family. Love and miss you.

 

 

Perrie Reich posted on 5/31/20

In memory of Stephanie A. Perl, Perrie Reich lit a candle

 

Nancy Hart posted on 5/31/20

Prayers are with you all, she will be missed by all that were lucky enough to know her! She was one of a kind!

 

Karen M Schaub posted on 5/31/20

I started working at Congregational Home in 2016 and got to know Stella while working in the reception office or delivering mail. She was always friendly. My condolences to the entire family, including Leah, whom I had an opportunity to talk to.

 

 

Anne Schmidt posted on 5/30/20

A bright spirit has been lost. Condolences to all her loved ones. She will be truly missed.

 

 

Christopher Tillman posted on 5/30/20

In memory of Samuel "Sam" Leatherwood, Christopher Tillman lit a candle

 

Sue Baldwin posted on 5/30/20

No one ever had a bigger, kinder heart than Linda. She knew every student at Irving and loved them all! She knew those who were picky eaters, those who wanted to eat everything in sight and everyone in between. I have no idea how we can replace the compassion, the understanding, the loving patience and the selfless giving that we had with Linda. She faced so many health challenges, but they never stopped her from giving 100% and always loving the students, the staff at Irving and of course her husband, son and her mom Sue. Linda is irreplaceable and will be loved and remembered forever!

 

 

LaTasha Brown posted on 5/30/20

I love and will miss you Unk!!!

 

Bernice Mayberry Godley Riverside class of 65’ posted on 5/30/20

I am sending my deepest condolences to the Leatherwood family. I had not seen Sam since those infamous days at Riverside. I thought he was the kindness guy, and I can see that he carried that quality through out his life just by the comments and pictures about Sam. I remember Ban-Lon shirts and Hai-karate cologne for days ...the signature of Sam...Johnny and Jimmy Taylor his sidekicks. We had fun. May the God of tender mercies be with you all at this time. Bonnie Godley

 

Bianca Page posted on 5/30/20

We love you and will miss you!!! I know y’all having a dance party up there!!!

 

 

Veronica Barnes posted on 5/30/20

My condolences to my family from Bernard & Veronica Barnes.

 

 

Bernard Barnes posted on 5/30/20

Love and will miss you big cousin

 

Sonya Evans posted on 5/30/20

Dear family, you have my deepest sympathy. Bobo's passing has left a hole in our hearts. I will always remember him as a faithful husband and father. HIs smile and laughter brighten every room. He was definitely an inspiration to everyone who knew him. Rest well my cousin. You will not be forgotten. Love, Sonya Evans

 

Zenovia Lewis & Mr. & Mrs. Powell posted on 5/30/20

In time like these God is our Savior. God will take care of you.

 

Michelle Jackson posted on 5/30/20

love you cuz so much

 

Henry Douglas Knox posted on 5/30/20

After learning My brother had passed. It left a hole in my heart. This service filled that hole. When I say I love Brother Leatherwood, I see I have a long line to stand in. Sister Leatherwood I thank you and love you.

 

Thomasine Leon posted on 5/30/20

To my dear cousin and family, Alma, Those who we love will never leave us. They live forever in our hearts. I pray for you and may God grant you mercy and strength to go on in His love and faith. I love you. Thomasine

 

 

Jamon posted on 5/30/20

We love you Paige family Detroit

 

 

Donovan Martin posted on 5/30/20

In memory of Samuel "Sam" Leatherwood, Donovan Martin lit a candle

 

Regina and Marty posted on 5/30/20

To our cousin whom we knew for too short a time, he made such a wonderful impression on us. His kindness and generosity of spirit will never be forgotten. May he rest in peace.

 

 

Anthony Lamar Leatherwood posted on 5/30/20

In memory of Samuel "Sam" Leatherwood, Anthony Lamar Leatherwood lit a candle

 

Rendia posted on 5/30/20

R.I.P ❤️❤️❤️❤️

 

 

Radonda Maxey posted on 5/30/20

In memory of Samuel "Sam" Leatherwood, Radonda Maxey lit a candle

 

 

Cora Turner posted on 5/30/20

In memory of Samuel "Sam" Leatherwood, Cora Turner lit a candle

 

 

Terry and Angie Leonard posted on 5/30/20

In memory of Samuel "Sam" Leatherwood, Terry and Angie Leonard lit a candle

 

 

Terry and Angie Leonard posted on 5/30/20

It's not going to be the same with out you at the family reuions doing your two step dance or playing cards or just seeing your big smile that lights up a room, you are truly going to be missed, Love you family

 

 

Janie Twinem posted on 5/30/20

Linda will be sorely missed at Irving! She was so kind, caring loveable to all staff and all students! Sue you were a big part of our Irving Elementary family too! Linda's smile was contagious, our lunch room will never look the same. Linda would even decorate the lunch room , bring joy to all! Linda although our hearts are shattered, you will never be forgotten, RIP dear sweet Linda!!! ❤Janie Twinem

 

 

Candice Miller posted on 5/30/20

My Dear cousin Bobo, as I think of you and how I grew up under your wing, I realize you were Loved beyond words. You will be missed beyond measure and our memories of you I pray will bring our family peace and comfort. You will be missed Dear cousin and loved always.

 

Ronald L Roxbury posted on 5/30/20

To a Good and kind man, Great Teacher and Generous Mentor. Rest in Peace Sam. I send Condolences to the entire Leatherwood Family. Rox.

 

 

Ronald L Roxbury posted on 5/30/20

In memory of Samuel "Sam" Leatherwood, Ronald L Roxbury lit a candle

 

 

Kathi Cain posted on 5/29/20

Shirley & Frank, May this candle shine bright on you and your family to guide you thru this difficult time. May your mom find eternal rest and may the memories you have bring happiness to all.

 

Michelle Jackson posted on 5/29/20

hey cuz i really miss you , you is always in my heart.

 

Diane Guerra posted on 5/29/20

Sam (“Bobo”), you’ve been a special part of our family for as long as we all can remember. Imprinted in our minds are the many times we sat with you in your kitchen or your computer/tv room, especially over the last few years. Someone would add something to the conversation and in your booming voice you’d say, “You got that right!” And we would all laugh each and every time. Our hearts are broken knowing that we will not be able to enjoy your company at family functions or during a visit to your home where we can all vividly recall eating and laughing together. Bobo, you will forever be remembered for being a wonderful husband to Alma, a great father to Sonja and Anthony, and a good friend to everyone you met. You were not just a son-in-law to Ma Bea but a loving son who cared for her to the end. You will be loved, constantly thought of and missed forever. Rest in peace dear cousin and brother. Diane, Juan and Sean Guerra

 

Diane Guerra posted on 5/29/20

Sam (“Bobo”), you’ve been a special part of our family for as long as we all can remember. Imprinted in our minds are the many times we sat with you in your kitchen or your computer/tv room, especially over the last few years. Someone would add something to the conversation and in your booming voice you’d say, “You got that right!” And we would all laugh each and every time. Our hearts are broken knowing that we will not be able to enjoy your company at family functions or during a visit to your home where we can all vividly recall eating and laughing together. Bobo, you will forever be remembered for being a wonderful husband to Alma, a great father to Sonja and Anthony, and a good friend to everyone you met. You were not just a son-in-law to Ma Bea but a loving son who cared for her to the end. You will be loved, constantly thought of and missed forever. Rest in peace dear cousin and brother. Diane, Juan and Sean Guerra

 

Roberta Johnson posted on 5/29/20

My deepest condolences to you Erv and your family. You will be in my thoughts and prayers!

 

Roberta Bie posted on 5/29/20

Sending our heartfelt condolences to Dan & Athena, Terry & Deb, Julie, Tuan and family. There is nothing that can be said to lift your feelings of loss. Aunt Pauline's smile, laugh, energy, patience and caring will be missed. but never forgotten. She will always hold a very special place in our hearts. Thank-you for sharing her celebration of life with us. Love, Roberta & Rick

 

Tanya Atkinson posted on 5/29/20

So grateful to have spent some happy times with Polly. Her smile, laugh and 7-layer salad brought so much joy to so many. Polly will be so deeply missed.

 

Tina Bell posted on 5/29/20

Anthony and family - so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time.

 

Bruce and Anna Kemp posted on 5/29/20

Our deepest sympathy and prayers to the family .

 

Elena Angelos posted on 5/29/20

I offer my deepest sympathy to the whole Papachristou family. I feel blessed that I have had so many years with Auntie Stella. My childhood memories involve her so much and she was the aunt that I always thought had an amazing sense of humor, quick wit and the most infectious laugh. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. May her memory be eternal.

 

 

Laurie rae Reisener posted on 5/29/20

Polly was one amazing woman. I am so sorry for your loss!

 

Deana Assante posted on 5/29/20

Uncle Erv and family, my deepest sympathies go out to you all at the loss of Auntie Stevie. She will missed and remembered greatly. We had great times at Perl's puddles and ponds and coming over and hanging out with you at the house with Dawn. Sending love and hugs to you.

 

 

Rose A. McMillian posted on 5/29/20

To Mrs. Leatherwood: In times of sorrow, when words of comfort are needed most, it seems they are most difficult to say...... But may you find comfort in knowing that warm thoughts, prayers, love and sympathy are with you.

 

Leah Pierce posted on 5/29/20

I will fondly remember all the wonderful conversations we had at Irving as well as Linda's sly smile as she would peer above her glasses when telling a joke.

 

Lisa Mays Sampson posted on 5/29/20

My deepest sympathy for you all. She will always be remembered as my moms sidekick, the crazy one! My heart is comforted knowing the two of them are together. The memories are many and are always good. Stick together and carry on. My love to the Perl family.

 

Yelena Dahms posted on 5/28/20

I met Jeanette at my husband home couple of years ago and was touched by her talents. We talked about her creations and she offered to make a quilt for my daughter , who was pregnant that time with my first grandson. She made a very beautiful quilt. My daughter keeps it as family heirloom. She touched her heart as she did mine. And my family will remember her in my daughter and In my grandchildren. Always in our hearts.

 

 

Jeren Stolzenfeld posted on 5/28/20

I’m so sorry about your loss. Our prayers are with you and your family.

 

Nancy Sailer posted on 5/28/20

Dear Mark, We were so sad when you left us so suddenly but your Mom decided she wanted to be with you to celebrate your 65th birthday in your new heavenly home. We will always love and treasure you both and all of the happy family memories we shared.... Until we meet again, Cousin, Nancy Sailer

 

Nancy Sailer posted on 5/28/20

03/24/2020 Such a sad day... Earlier I posted my cousins 65th birthday would have been today but he passed away unexpectedly two months ago. He has lovingly cared for his mom these last years as she developed dementia/Alzheimer's and he was her sole caregiver. I received a phone call this morning that my dear "Auntie Dodo" (Dolores, I couldn't pronounce her name when I was little and I still call her that to this day) passed away today on her son's 65th birthday. She has always been such a very special part of my life. Growing up she lived downstairs from us with my grandma & grandpa until she married. She was like a big sister, taught me how to drive, took me to take my driver's test, sold me my first car ( a whole $25), was my made of honor, and was my son Steve's baptismal sponsor. She would have turned 90 on August 11th but our father in heaven decided it was time to take her to her heavenly home. I will miss my Auntie Dodo dearly, her sweet smile, her warm, kind, loving heart. I will love her forever and always and will treasure all the happy memories we had together and what a special part of our family she was. Rest in peace my dearest Auntie Dodo, you will be greatly missed... . Dear Mark, We were so sad when you left us so suddenly but your Mom decided she wanted to be with you to celebrate your 65th birthday in your new heavenly home. We will always love and treasure you both and all of the happy family memories we shared.... Until we meet again, Cousin, Nancy Sailer

 

Michaela Miller posted on 5/28/20

I enjoyed talking to Linda every lunch duty I had. I always admired how patient and attentive she was with every student. Linda will be very missed and I know many of my 5th grade students are heartbroken. My sympathies to all of Linda's friends and family.

 

Gail Citowitz Placzek posted on 5/28/20

My deepest sympathy to Tom, Tommy, Sue and the girls. Linda was a wonderfully amazing person and such a gift to Irving. I don't know what we will do without her, and I cannot imagine walking down the main hall and not seeing her and Sue together. Her love of the students was a blessing to Irving, and she touched so many lives during her lifetime. I will always miss her!

 

Liliana Tiedemann posted on 5/28/20

So good I got to meet you and enjoy some wonderful moments. You were so kind to me a few months ago when Gary passed away. You have a special place in my heart, you were a very kind lady and hope you now rest in peace, perfect peace.

 

Judy Vergata posted on 5/28/20

Erv and family please accept my sincere sympathy. I have many fond memories of Stevie from my "favorite" server at Edwardo's.

 

 

Mary provost posted on 5/28/20

So sorry for your loss to the entire family. Your all I my thoughts and prayers. Linda was a amazing woman she will be missed!

 

Louise Dahms posted on 5/28/20

To the children, relatives, and friends of Jean, so sorry to hear your mom passed, she was such a talented person enjoyed doing many craft project, the many jewelry pieces, Easter bunny baskets each one was more beautiful than the last one, blankets, and quilts, especially the heirloom quilt she made for Shari, four days before she died she asked about the quilt, she was so happy to hear you were using it, I think about her a lot, we did so much together, I knew her since she was about 12 or 13 years old. She will always remain in our hearts. Rest In Peace Jean, till we meet again.

 

Kimberly Stickel posted on 5/28/20

I haven't worked at Irving very long but walked by the lunchroom often with my little friends from Early Childhood. Linda and Sue always had a smile and a wave to my friends and could coax smiles out of the most shy. My condolences to Sue, Tom and Tommy and all who will miss her. She had a genuine warmth.

 

Kenneth Szohr posted on 5/28/20

Life is way too short for a lot of us, mine and family's health unfortunately limited our connections this past year, but we are very sorry to hear of your passing. May you enjoy past friends and family in your new eternal life! I will never forget the times we did share together!

 

Gary Huff posted on 5/28/20

Rest in Heavenly peace Daddy Robinson! Thank you for being a wonderful example of how a man should take care of his family! I love you very much and you are dearly missed! Until we meet again! With love and appreciation, Gary

 

Todd Ashworth posted on 5/28/20

Truly a great man, my condolences to the entire Leatherwood family ! He will be missed.

 

Steven C Wichmann posted on 5/28/20

Erin, Danielle & families, I don't know what to say to take away the pain. Growing up, our vacation was always traveling to Princeton to visit Dad's family. I was always excited to visit everybody and especially Arnie and Jeannie. After dad passed away, our trips to Wisconsin were few, but I still kept in touch with Arnie. The video tribute to Arnie was wonderful and brought back memories of his trip to Utah. All of the skiing pictures in the tribute were from that entire week of skiing Utah resorts and flying tours. It's one of my fondest memories and one that I will never forget. I grieve with you today, but rejoice knowing that he is now with our Savior. God bless you.

 

Michael Miller posted on 5/28/20

Erin & Dani, We will not be able to see you at CTL. We want you to know that your families are in our prayers. Dad served his Lord in many ways at CTL and in his life; now he will be with Him in person. May the Lord bless you with His peace, Rose and Michael Miller

 

Christina Martello posted on 5/28/20

Linda was a sweet and an amazing person! She cared about the students from the inside out. She had a loving and caring away about her that will definitely be missed at Irving. My thoughts and prayers go out to the family! You truly will be missed Linda!

 

 

Kathy Kopplin posted on 5/28/20

Sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

Kriss Karstedt posted on 5/28/20

I mourn Harvey's passing with all of you & the loss of his large, loving and gentle light. My love and prayers for strength & comfort sent to you Peggy, to Lynn and Mike, all the Braatz siblings & extended family's. I am so sorry for your loss and grief. Harvey's legacy wil be held in so many precious memories and his love shines on brightly through all of you❣

 

 

Nicole Hazelton posted on 5/28/20

Linda was all light. Her smiled and heart shines bright in my life even now. The moments I have will her will all be cherish. It was better at Irving because of Linda. She is so cherished and missed. Love, Nicole Hazelton

 

Dharma Dumpala posted on 5/28/20

Dear Anthony and family, our deepest condolences at the immeasurable loss and our prayers are with you. May God give you strength to bear this tremendous loss. - DD & Family

 

Carol Struble posted on 5/28/20

Although we lived States apart, I became very fond of Marie, Eileen and I along with our friend Donna traveled to Vegas a few times and met up with Marie. When Marie & Emily traveled to NYS, we enjoyed a day together in the City. I will always remember her with a smile, Eileen is not only a friend; she is like family. Sending prayers of peaceful memories to the family.

 

 

Susan Harvey posted on 5/28/20

Linda was an amazing person. She always has a smile to share. She is missed dearly. My heart and prayers goes out to you all.

 

Steven Rocha posted on 5/28/20

To the Leatherwood family... condolences to all of you and to my friend Anthony who I work with on the passing of Samuel (a son, a husband and a father.) God bless all of you

 

Janet Burhop posted on 5/28/20

Many Beautiful moments of Mom’s Life reflected in this video. May her Love and Inspiration keep flowing Thru all whom Loved her.

 

Nikki McLaurin posted on 5/27/20

I'm so very sorry...Linda was such an angel here that I guess God wanted her back. My heart is breaking for the pain everyone is feeling. She may be at peace now, but she left a void that no one could ever fill. The best any of us can do is to live life to the fullest in honor of her fun-loving spirit. Bowling will never be the same without her there for mutual moral support & to joke with. I know she'll get her 300 up there, though! Go Linda! I'll miss you!

 

 

Valerie Martinez posted on 5/27/20

My condolences to the family of Mrs. Linda from the Sanchez family my daughter kasi loved her very much.

 

Jane Domboski posted on 5/27/20

Anthony and the Leatherwood family, my sincerest condolences on the loss of your patriarch. May you find strength in your memories and each other.

 

 

Anna Braatz posted on 5/27/20

Rest easy uncle Harvey. We love you. ❤️

 

 

Michelle Lorenz posted on 5/27/20

Linda was such a caring soul. She will be dearly missed.

 

Cheryl Scaife posted on 5/27/20

Linda, I will miss you so. Next time I’m at Irving there will be a huge hole! I will miss you and your Irving kids will be so sad. Thank you for all your love, care and kindness. You were a truly special lady! Smile down on us and help us to remember to be kind and loving to all. ❤️❤️

 

 

Belinda McClure posted on 5/27/20

Very sorry for your family's loss

 

Barbara Heimsch posted on 5/27/20

I am so sorry for your loss, Peggy. Harvey was such a sweetheart, always smiling, always laughing. My heart breaks knowing what you’ve gone through. Know you did everything you possibly could. Condolences to the family in this most difficult time.

 

roy bordeau posted on 5/27/20

my favorite niece she always remeber my birthday and chistmas she alwaytook the timeout of her busy life to send me a card to let me know she cared i will miss her alot good bye linda i will see you soon

 

 

Anna Isensee posted on 5/27/20

I had only known Linda for 4 years, since I began working at Irving, but she is one of the kindest people I have ever known. So many students and staff members could count on Linda to brighten their day. She always had a smile and a hug whenever needed. She will be deeply missed. Sending my sincerest condolences to her family and friends.

 

 

Maria Malvitz posted on 5/27/20

My Sincere heartfelt Condolences to you, Tom, Tommy, Sue & Family. Linda was the most caring,thoughtful, & selfless person who will definitely be missed by all who knew her. Prayers for her soul & you, her family to find the strength to get through this difficult time. Sending Bigg Huggs with Love & comfort. I will always remember all the good times we shared in Irving’s kitchen together <3 R.I.P. Miss Linda

 

 

Debbie posted on 5/27/20

I hope you and your family are doing good. I don't know what else to say.

 

Greg & Candice West posted on 5/27/20

Linda was a wonderful caring person, our world was better for her being here and will be lesser without her,Deepest condolences to the whole family. My Mom & Dad loved Linda I hope they’re all together now.

 

Amy Wang posted on 5/27/20

Anthony-- my deepest condolences to you and your family for your loss.

 

Deborah Kaye posted on 5/27/20

To the Leatherwood family, so sorry for your loss. I worked with Sgt. Leatherwood at Milwaukee County many years ago. Rest in peace, Sgt. Leatherwood.

 

Al and Theresa Olivares posted on 5/27/20

We are so sorry for your loss Tom. We've lost a great friend. Our prayers go out to you. Let us know if there is ever anything we can do to help.

 

Minh Ly posted on 5/27/20

Anthony, my condolences on the loss of your father. May God provide comfort and strength to you and your family during this difficult time. -- Minh

 

Gordon Lang and Julie Ziefle posted on 5/27/20

Dear Leah, No matter how long we have them, it is so very hard to let our parents go. Your words that flowed after her passing expressed your great love for her. Thanks for sharing some of the numerous things she accomplished in her 93 years. Julie's and my prayers and thoughts are with her, you and the rest of. her family. Sorry we never had the opportunity of meet her, Love, Gordy and Julie

 

Elliott Bush posted on 5/27/20

Hi, Bill, So you and I have both lost our wives, mine four years ago, your two. And we have both had large families. I have two sons and four grandchildren. You have a few more. If you do read this, please get in touch. Elliott

 

PHIL HOLLY posted on 5/27/20

GEORGE, LEAH AND FAMILY, SINCE I RETIRED I OFTEN THOUGHT OF ALL MY DEAR FRIENDS AT ANNUNCIATION AND STELLA WAS ALWAYS ON THE TOP OF MY LIST.. I LOVED MY TIMES WORKING WITH HER AT FUNERALS HER SENSE OF HUMOR WAS THE BEST. I CAN STILL SEE HER PULLING IN TO THE PARKING LOT IN HER CONVERTIBLE WITH THE TOP DOWN. I'M SURE YOU HAVE A LOT OF WONDERFUL MEMORIES TO HOLD ON TO. PRAYERS TO YOU. PHIL HOLLY

 

Steve Shibley posted on 5/27/20

Anthony, deepest condolences on your loss.

 

JR Trimark posted on 5/27/20

Anthony, Sorry for your loss. Our thoughts are with you during this time. Trimark Family

 

Lea Macklem posted on 5/27/20

Joann, so sorry for your loss. You will be in my thoughts and prayers . Best wishes, Lea Macklem

 

Nathalie Kelsey posted on 5/27/20

My sincerest condolences to you and your family Anthony during this difficult time. Keeping you all in my thoughts and Prayers - Nathalie

 

Kamran Sarwar posted on 5/27/20

Our hearts are with you in this time of sorrow. Please accept my heartfelt condolences on the loss of your father. Kind Regards, Kamran.

 

Bernd Huber posted on 5/27/20

Dear Anthony - our sincerest condolences for the loss of your father. We wish you and your family strength during this difficult time. Kind regards, Bernd & Sara

 

 

Tanya posted on 5/26/20

May the memories of yesterday comfort your family in the days to come. In deepest sympathy, Tanya & Gloria Bach

 

Dean and Lise Popps and Family posted on 5/26/20

For generations, the Milwaukee Greek-American community has been blessed with strong and irrepressible matriarchs who were the bulwarks of the community through thick and thin and who were exemplary wives, mothers, grandmothers, leader-churchwomen and patriots. Stella ("Dolly" to her late childhood friends Georgia Voulgares Popps and Helen Voulgares Vans, her koumbara) was the last of this matriarchs who bridged the old world with the new and who always met every challenge for her family. We are not likely to see her type again and we grieve with you at her loss. May her memory be eternal and may her legacy be ever-lasting. With profound sadness at her passing; but, with faith in the mysteries of the Resurrection and Ascension, Dean Popps and Family (Georgia's son, Helen's nephew) McLean, Virginia

 

Pam Papachristos De La Cruz posted on 5/26/20

Our deepest condolences to the whole family. Thea Stella always made us feel welcome and made us smile. My father always spoke so kindly towards her and uncle Jim for helping him when he first came to the states. We enjoyed our visits with her and the family At Greek Fest. May her memory be eternal! We send our love to everyone.

 

Nick karegeannes posted on 5/26/20

rest in peace Stella it was a honor to have known you . You have done a wonderful job on your stay here on earth . Its time to be with the lord and direct the choir of heaven .Please you

 

 

Patsy Moreland posted on 5/26/20

Rest in Gods care. Love Patsy

 

Mark Stemberger posted on 5/26/20

Good afternoon, I was Linda's Humana agent for her Medicare plan with us. I was about to call her and see how she was doing but my file on her said she had recently passed away (and was shocked to hear) so wanted to offer my deepest condolences to you and your family for this very difficult situation you are dealing with. May she rest in peace. Mark Stemberger Humana

 

 

JoAnne Schoen Dellemann posted on 5/26/20

My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

 

Ruth Yoeckel posted on 5/26/20

Our sympathy goes out to Erin and Dani, their spouses and children.

 

Alzheimer's Association Wisconsin Chapter posted on 5/26/20

On behalf of everyone here at the Alzheimer's Association - thank you so much for thinking of us at this time of loss to your family. Memorial donations made in James' name will be put to immediate use serving families and supporting research. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Dave Grams, Executive Director

 

 

Anissia Robertson posted on 5/26/20

Your family are in my prayers. May God be with you all and may He give you strength in your time of need. Love you All!!

 

Mary Kallas posted on 5/25/20

So sorry to hear of your passing my friend. I will always remember Cheryl's wish to live long enuf to be there for her beloved Jim. I never saw a more devoted couple. When Jim and Cheryl decided to build their "river house" in Princeton on the Fox River, Jim would often comment he thought Cheryl meant she wanted a cabin to spend weekends at. Instead Chery had this big beautiful house in mind. I saw them on many of the weekends they came to Princeton. Cheryl was my college roommate and I was so fond of her, Jim, and Dale. Cheryl and Jim would landscape the church grounds, around the pastor's house, as well as giving me many hostas. As a military retiree, they would never fail to call and wish me a happy Veteran's Day. I know Jim is happy to be with his beloved wife whom he loved so very much. May God bless and keep you in his loving arms. I will miss you both more than you can imagine. Love, Mary

 

 

Emily Smith posted on 5/25/20

In memory of Karen A. Boville, Emily Smith lit a candle

 

Camille Randle posted on 5/25/20

Hi mom! So I moved to Nashville and thought of you today when shopping for flowers to put on my porch. I know you would love to be here to help me decorate. I’m engaged, which is surprising lol and Cathy is getting married soon. Wish you were here but I know you are up there spying on us lol Love u!

 

Vivian Sorsby posted on 5/25/20

To Lynnette Glenn and family. My dearest condolences. God's Blessing. Vivian

 

 

Camille Rose posted on 5/25/20

My dearest sympathies go out to the Leatherwood family. Sam was called home knowing his mission was completed. Let the love and wisdom he bestowed on you sustain you during this time. May God bless

 

Jan Toubl posted on 5/25/20

On behalf of all the Toubl family, our deepest sympathy to Cliff's family. As my youngest brother Jerry has stated, Cliff was such a good friend to him and we had wonderful memories seeing Cliff and Carolyn occasionally at Jerry's get-togethers. God bless you and your family and rest in peace, Cliff!

 

TTA posted on 5/25/20

I look after my momma comfortable and gentle

 

 

Brian Binter posted on 5/24/20

In memory of Jesse Cyril Curtis Schoen, Brian Binter lit a candle

 

 

Jeannie Davies posted on 5/24/20

In memory of Carol Louise Drover, Jeannie Davies lit a candle

 

 

Linda Druetzler posted on 5/24/20

I'm so sorry for your loss. Arnie was a kind and true friend. He will be missed!

 

 

David Kasik posted on 5/24/20

Mark and family: Shar , Kelsey,Erin and myself send our sincere condolences. We are our going to miss Jenny's smiling face and great energy. She is so much fun to be around. Till we meet again. Rest well dear friend. May the Lord's face shine upon you.

 

Dick Matthai posted on 5/24/20

God's blessings and prayers to Arnie's entire family and oh so many friends. I was blessed in knowing Arnie for many years, working with him at Falk and then meeting up and enjoying many special lunches with a few other Falk retirees. Heard so many fun and interesting stories about his biking trips around the country. A great computer guy who made so many programs work right. Arnie will not be forgotten.

 

Carolyn Webb posted on 5/24/20

Our thoughts and prayers are with Arnie's family. I (Carolyn) will always remember Arnie as my first bench partner in bell choir. He was very patient in teaching how to play bells for the first time. May the peace of God which surpasses all understanding guard your hearts and your minds. Carolyn and Brian Webb

 

ANNE CLAFFEY posted on 5/24/20

My condolences to Emmanouel's family. I know Emmanouel from the Shorewood Fitness Center. He was one of the first people at the Center to welcome me as a new member. He greeted me, helped me learn new machines and provided encouragement as I tried new machines. Emmanouel was always kind and friendly. I was blessed to know him and will miss him at the Fitness Center. "Annie "

 

 

Nica posted on 5/24/20

Rest in heaven beautiful princess. Your family loved you dearly!! Now the Angel's and God get to enjoy your beautiful soul. ❤

 

Shirley (Kleinhans) Swiecichowski posted on 5/24/20

My sincere sympathy on the death of my cousin Eleanor. The last time I saw Eleanor was at Jesse's funeral - can't believe it's already seven years ago. Now I am especially saddened because we had planned on getting together for a small family reunion or get-together and that did not materialize. I recall when our cousins and Aunt Marion from up north (White Lake) would all come down to visit our family in Parklawn - that was probably in the late 40s and early 50s. We look forward to seeing you at the memorial in July. from cousin Shirley (Kleinhans) Swiecichowski

 

 

Judy Southwell posted on 5/24/20

Peace be with you all, and love, lots of love

 

 

Mary Meiller posted on 5/23/20

My thoughts and prayers are with you at this time of loss. Arnie was a great person and a great friend. I will miss him dearly.

 

Tuan Pham posted on 5/23/20

You have been a wonderful mother-in-law to me and a great grandmother to our children. I have enjoyed wonderful visits to you and had many fond memories of your visits to us in Australia. I am grateful for having had time and conversation with you. I will miss you dearly, and am very sad we could not have more time together Tuan

 

Tanika Aikens posted on 5/23/20

I look after my momma comfortable and gentle

 

Lucy Mercado posted on 5/23/20

I will miss my lovely Christmas Eve and Easter conversations with Polly. So glad I got to know her. Love to all her family.

 

Rebecca S Perry posted on 5/23/20

My heart aches for you all. I know you all are finding comfort knowing Princess Jayla is at peace and with Our Father . God's blessings to you Cathy ,Bebe and family. Much love , Rebcecca Perry and family

 

Nina Yates posted on 5/23/20

I love you Cathy. Sorry I could not make it due to this pandemic and me having a compromised child. I did not want to put him at risk. God bless you and I’m praying for you!

 

Jerry Toubl posted on 5/23/20

My heartfelt condolences to Carolyn and Shane. Cliff was a great friend and one of a kind. His positive nature could brighten anyone’s day. I enjoyed so many things with Cliff through the years: teaching, cribbage, Brewer and Badger games, Vegas trips, betting on the horses, etc. He was the guy everyone wanted to sit next to because the conversation was both interesting and humorous. He will be greatly missed, but ALL of us are thankful that we have so many wonderful memories. RIP Cliff.

 

 

Angela Flores posted on 5/23/20

My condolences to you and your son your husband was a wonderful man thank you for giving me the opportunity take care of him.

 

 

America posted on 5/23/20

My deepest sympathy to you Cathy and family during this time. I know this is the hardest thing to deal with right now especially during these times. Jayla was a sweetheart. She is resting in the loving arms of the father. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Love you

 

Joane Kilroy posted on 5/23/20

Tim, and I have been ,married for 52+ years, but still remember Aunt Mary Lou's singing of Panis Angelicus and the Shubert Ave Maria. To this day I still wish I had an audio of those songs. She made our wedding much more meaningful and beautiful.. I will always love and remember you, Aunt Mary Lou. My condolences Carrie, Amy and Julie. Luv Joane Kilroy.

 

 

Silvano Merendi posted on 5/22/20

My Heartfelt Condolences for all of the family ~ Silvano

 

faye wellman posted on 5/22/20

Fondly remembering Mrs. Janowski as a wonderful backyard neighbor while I was growing up, a beautiful woman with a wonderful disposition and soul. May she rest in peace with her husband in the glory of God.

 

Audrey & Bob Richter posted on 5/22/20

Mary was a beautiful person and her love of God shown thru her to everyone she met. Her smile and hugs made you feel happy. Now she is home in Heaven and she will continue to send down her light to all of us. Mary would love the beautiful service Ed and family you prepared for her. God Bless you all.

 

Peter Diliberti posted on 5/22/20

Condolences to his family and extended family, didn't know Cliff as well as i would have liked, but he was impossible not to love

 

Buick Audra posted on 5/22/20

Love to Carolyn and Shane, and all who knew Cliff. Grateful to have had him as my uncle.

 

Linda and Jim McDonald posted on 5/22/20

Carolyn, Jim and I are sorry for Cliff’s passing and the struggles you both have been through these last few years. You were a good, loving couple and we’re sure he will be greatly missed. Our thoughts are with you❤️

 

Marie Meler posted on 5/22/20

Mary was a wonderful lady. The gatherings at Alan & Julie's, boy Mary's smile would come out, so happy to see everyone. She loved all of you so very much. I enjoyed listening to her when she shared her time teaching and the travels she & Ed went on. What a wonderful example of faith & love for all of us. Joe & I feel very honored to have had a chance to know her. We will miss her. Joe & Marie Meler

 

Carissa Mindt posted on 5/21/20

Emmanouel was one of the best... I use to work at the Shorewood Community Fitness Center and looked forward to conversing with him everyday. He taught me how to say a few things in Greek,Good Morning, yogurt and "I'm sitting in a chair". Not sure where I will use it again, but he never failed to put a smile on my face. Rest in peace, he was a beautiful soul.

 

betty ost posted on 5/21/20

many fond memories will sustain me through the loss of my wonderful sister. ML was a kind and loving lady with a big heart. a complete suzy homemaker and caretaker of her husband and family. yet always ready to party attend opera symphonies, sports events and family get togethers. there were many!!! though she majored in music at U of Illinois she became a beloved secretary to the VP of railroad co. (if you need to know how to spell a word just ask her she'll know.) a regular member of the YMCA swimmers who earned her 500 mi badge. she will be missed by many.

 

 

JoAnn Skodowski posted on 5/21/20

Love you and miss you Mom!

 

Emily Brauer posted on 5/20/20

Mary and Ed and Ron and Russ and I shared many fun times in the Luther Manor Dining room. Mary’s love for Ed was so endearing. She’d hold his hand and gave him kisses frequently. We sat together at dart ball games and cheered on the guys! Mary always said that Ed would do better if he would wear his glasses. I will miss Mary and her beautiful smile!

 

Mike and Rose Iannelli posted on 5/20/20

So sorry to hear about the passing of your dear mother. She really had a great life and so blessed with her family. Our deepest sympathy to you.

 

Hollie Kilroy posted on 5/20/20

Thinking of you and how hard this must be, not being together. Big hugs. Love Hollie Kilroy and Bob Huffman

 

 

Ricardo Cruz posted on 5/20/20

My deepest sympathies for your family.

 

Donald and Susan Hasch posted on 5/20/20

Our prayers go out to the Stefanski family our prayers are with you. Bob will surely be missed at the Sherman Perk coffee shop .May he rest in peace.

 

Amy posted on 5/20/20

Quick questions. I have a friend that lost her husband due to COVID. She is looking for a grief group that specific to COVID loss. Example: she wasn't able to see her husband the last 2 weeks of his life, so she has trauma related to that. Wondering if you have any resources that could help or suggestions

 

 

Anna & Doug Thompson posted on 5/20/20

So sorry for your loss. No one can replace your mother. May your memories keep her close now and forever. Thinking of you and keeping you in our prayers. Love, Anna and Doug

 

Dennis G Schneider posted on 5/20/20

2520 S. Moorland Rd Lee (& family) Diane (& family). So very sorry to here about your mom. I know how you feel. She was a great lady and I always enjoyed her company, even when I/we were young and sometimes in trouble with her. Take Care, Dennis & Judy

 

Julie Gerdman posted on 5/20/20

Beautifully written and what a wonderful life she lived! How lucky all of you are to have had her in your life. She will clearly be remembered with great love!

 

 

Ifé Carruthers posted on 5/19/20

My sincere condolences to the family.

 

 

Joe Hansen posted on 5/19/20

Love you Grandpa.

 

Gina and Chuck Ayersman posted on 5/19/20

Thoughts and prayers to you all Hansen family! Roger was certainly one of a kind and his sense of humor was certainly one of my best memories! Love the picture of Roger and Betty, very sweet.

 

 

Camilla Jackson posted on 5/19/20

My deepest Condolences to the family

 

 

Kelly and Pete Flessas posted on 5/19/20

Aunt Lydia, You will forever be in our thoughts. You were a sweet, caring and wonderful person inside and out. You will truly be missed. Our deepest condolences to Karen and Rich. We are very sorry for your loss. Love Kelly and Pete Flessas

 

Richard and Gayle Pawlak posted on 5/19/20

We always enjoyed the many conversations we had with John and Mary over the years, be it during a stop to refuel or while on patrol in the village. They both were excellent representatives of your family and their community and will be sorely missed. Please accept our deepest sympathies for your loss. Sincerely, Richard and Gayle Pawlak

 

Lydia Hernandez posted on 5/19/20

My condolences to the entire family. RIH little angel!

 

Mike Novak posted on 5/19/20

Rich, my deepest sympathy on the passing of your mother. Take care and stay safe.

 

Wayne Romeis posted on 5/18/20

Our deepest sympathy to your family. John and Mary were super people who were such an integral part of Hales Corners for so many years. We always enjoyed their company and conversations over the years. They were truly honorable people who will be missed. Wayne & Sue Romeis

 

 

Jill Roberts posted on 5/18/20

My deepest sympathy for all of the family.

 

 

Matt Gomez posted on 5/18/20

In memory of Mary G. Burhop, Matt Gomez lit a candle

 

 

John Grignon posted on 5/18/20

In memory of James L. Prim Jr., John Grignon lit a candle

 

Gary and Geraldine Lindenlaub posted on 5/18/20

Our deepest sympathies and prayers for your family at this time. We will always remember both your parents and our chance encounters at the WA farmers market.. Sincerely, Gary and Geraldine Lindenlaub

 

 

Sarah Delgadillo posted on 5/18/20

Jan, I will miss you! I will always remember how you and Tony slayed at our tamale contest. Love to you in heaven. I know you will watch over Tony and your kids and grandkids.

 

Roland and Joanne Couey posted on 5/18/20

We are first cousins with Janet. One if our memories is her with our father/father-in-law Forrest Couey. They were kindred spirits in that they loved to tease each other, especially during reunions! Joanne especially remembers Janet's wholehearted laugh! Tony and family please take care and know that your are in our thoughts!

 

 

LindaDee Derrickson posted on 5/18/20

Adios, Janet, as your spirit travels on without the burdensome confines of your physical body. May the memories of your life remain and comfort all who loved and cared for you. Blessed be, Linda (daughter of Ruth Couey, granddaughter of Hilda Halverson, niece of Rozanna Gerdman and first cousin of Janet)

 

 

Pat Kurszewski posted on 5/18/20

Our deepest sympathy to the entire family . A great son, husband, dad, and grandpa. Many stories have been shared with many family members, and he will be truly missed by all . We will surely miss him romping in the yard with the twins. He is now home pain free. May he rest in peace. Jerry & Pat Kurszewski

 

Theresa Delgadillo posted on 5/18/20

I remember Jan cooking up a very special Christmas Eve dinner for her young family -- shrimp and steak! -- that I think became their family tradition. She was an accomplished cook who made food with love. Jan was so very proud of each one of her children, and would beam when sharing any news of their lives. I remember, too, how enthusiastically she took up jogging and worked to maintain a healthy life as she grew older. Remembering a woman of many talents and mourning her passing. Que en paz descanse.

 

Gene (Butch) and Kathy Brunner posted on 5/18/20

Sorry to hear of the passing of your mother. Your father Bill and our dad Francis worked together at Schlitz many years ago. The Brunner's on North 70th Street

 

 

Margaret McClean posted on 5/17/20

My deepest sympathy to the whole family stay strong

 

 

Julie Sanders posted on 5/17/20

My prayers are with the Delgadillo family. Pablo is very special to us and our hearts go out to your sweet family.

 

Joy posted on 5/17/20

Sorry to hear about Joyce's passing. We were neighbors for many, many years. Miss our talks out on her driveway!

 

Jean Mussa posted on 5/17/20

Janet and I worked in the same office at St. Luke's Hospital. I really enjoyed Janet's great sense of humor and she was a wonderful person to work with. May God bless Janet's family during this difficult time.

 

Matt Nirschl posted on 5/17/20

Linda and David, My deepest condolences to you. Aunt Arlene was always so kind and caring. You sure could tell she was a daughter of Stan and Sophie Dziedzic. All four of them were very much alike that way. Sad to say the last time I saw her and you was at my mom's funeral. As I write today Aunt Arlene, Aunt Pat, Aunt Nita and my mom are all together again with their mom and dad in heaven. We know this because of their faith in Jesus Christ. I hope you find the joy of her eternal life as a comfort after the loss and that we can all cultivate our faith in Him so we can join them all when our day comes. Our love and prayers are with you. Matt and Cindy Nirschl

 

doug niemann posted on 5/17/20

to Happy, Tania, Butch and John jr.: it is with deep regret that only today do i learn of the passing of your father and mother. they both had my life long love and admiration for who they were as well as the many things they did for me and my family. i think of them often. i know how proud they were of you and your families. with my deepest condolences, doug niemann

 

 

Dawn Addy posted on 5/17/20

So sorry for your loss. I really enjoyed working with Janet in our office at St. Luke's. She was a great co-worker. So happy to have known her.

 

Terry and Esther posted on 5/17/20

Wayne was a good neighbor ! He always new what was wrong with our cars, He helped us out many times. We will miss his friendliness.

 

Tyrone Johnson posted on 5/16/20

My condolences to you and the family on the loss of James. I hope that you all find strength and comfort in loving each other and the countless memories you all share of James.

 

Jamie, Sarah, Sam, Logan and Dylan Delgadillo posted on 5/16/20

My favorite memory of Jan was from the party after my high school graduation. Jan helped organize in some way. My parents were going through their divorce. It was a hard time. I can’t remember what she said, but something she said to me that day made me feel better in the moment and that has stuck with me all these years. We can’t be there in person given the current environment. Sending all our love to Tony, Jessica, Amanda, Raul, Corrina and Pablo. Jan was a such great, loving person and we will really miss her.

 

 

Victoria Nishimura posted on 5/16/20

I would like to say I'm sorry for your loss. I really did not know him but what I did know was he was uncle Jim to alot of people. When I would see him he always would be happy and loved spending time with the family to All my family in Wisconsin I'm sorry for your loss I'm praying for all of you.

 

 

Greg Horton posted on 5/16/20

My condolence to the family. RIP my friend.

 

 

Nicole Sharifian posted on 5/16/20

In memory of James L. Prim Jr., Nicole Sharifian lit a candle

 

 

Rodney Morgan posted on 5/16/20

In memory of Mrs. Liddie "TT" M. Hooker, Rodney Morgan lit a candle

 

 

Willie & Shirley Simpson posted on 5/16/20

We will be praying for the family.

 

Andrea Cain posted on 5/16/20

TT has been apart of my life for 37 of 40 years I have been alive. She use to tell me "Bear don't let know one confuse you about who you are. You ain't nothing but a dark skined white person and a light skin black person". She always had sound advise and gave us amazing guidance. Although most don't understand it today she is the one who got me hooked on cheese pop and coco. Truly blessed to have been touched by you and for that I will be forever grateful. You will be missed beyond measures.

 

 

Racheal (Laufenberg) Fisher posted on 5/16/20

In memory of Barbara "Barb" J. Perket, Racheal (Laufenberg) Fisher lit a candle

 

Karen Gonzales posted on 5/16/20

My sympathies to your family.

 

 

Maritza Perez posted on 5/16/20

My prayers, thoughts, and love are with all the family

 

Dixon Family posted on 5/16/20

Please accept our heartfelt condolences, words cannot begin to express the sadness you are feeling right now, but we are here for you and we are praying for you to get through this. We wish we could be there with you all today as Isabella loved Jayla as a sister, unfortunately do to the circumstances of this virus we can only be with you in Prayers. God bless you and may the soul of your little Jayla rest in the everlasting peace of Christ Almighty. We love you all.

 

Dale & Dian Ehlers posted on 5/16/20

My Condolences to the Grimm Family. I will always remember visiting with Virginia when Bee and Francis came down and I pick up Dad to go golfing.(They also passed 2 day apart the end of April)

 

Ken Hills posted on 5/16/20

My condolences to the entire family. Liddie has been a part of my life as far back as I can remember. I grew up as part of the family and she has always made me feel like one of the family. I love her and will surely miss her. Love Ken

 

BARBARA HANSEN-HOME posted on 5/15/20

CONDOLENCES GO OUT TO THE ENTIRE DOUGHERTY FAMILY., ESECIALLY TO DAUGHTER EILEEN DOUGHERTY WITH WHOM ID WORKED WITH AT BLUE CROSS FOR MANY YEARS. IN CASE YOU WOULD LIKE TO CONTACT ME,EILEEN, MY E-MAIL ADDRESS IS ALL LOWER CASE WITH NO SPACES.

 

Dan and Noreen Welte posted on 5/15/20

Our sincere sympathy to the Grimm family. We so enjoyed our friendship with this spunky lady! Her faith inspired us. Virginia, enjoy the reward of your generous life!

 

Thomas Neary posted on 5/15/20

Kris I am sorry that this is coming so late since Tony`s passing but I have been out of the aviation circle for some time now. Tony was awesome to hang out with giving me rides in the 51 and remembering his jet that he had for a short time. He needed hanger space so he kept the cub in my hanger for a while. You and Tony borrowed my Bonanza to go to Florida and nobody flew my Bonanza except Tony I trusted him that much!! He is missed for sure. Kris please contact me I would love to talk. regards Tom

 

 

Bonnie Holland, AnNachelle & Britany posted on 5/15/20

Our prayers and deepest sympathy are with you and your family. Jayla touched my heart. She will always be a beautiful bright star in Heaven. With all our love, Bonnie, AnNachelle, Britany & family.

 

Rick & Laurel Brown posted on 5/15/20

As you lay our dearest of friends to rest this day, know our prayers and thoughts are with you. So many memories we carry in our hearts of Virginia that this space is too small to contain. She touched many lives but most dearly ours. Along,with your father, we shared our lives together for many years.. We say goodbye for now knowing we will see her again. Rest in peace, dear friend, go with God.

 

Bernadine Stovall posted on 5/15/20

I want to extend my condolences to you and your family. I’m so sorry for your loss.

 

Mike & Sally Chier posted on 5/14/20

We remember Virginia fondly, She was both a mentor and a Mother figure for us in the early years of the Renewal. We loved talking with her and praying with her. She was a wonderful, wonderful woman. You are blessed to have her as a Mother. Mike & Sally Chier Servants of Yahweh (SOY)

 

 

Steve Douck posted on 5/14/20

Love and miss you, ma. Please don't tell the Lord how to run things up there.

 

 

Mike and Sue Miezio posted on 5/14/20

In memory of Marie "Mary" Haita, Mike and Sue Miezio lit a candle

 

Tracy posted on 5/14/20

Joyce was my neighbor for years. It was a joy to stop in and talk with her about up north, her grandkids, great and great great. I will surely miss her.

 

Justin Hilgemann posted on 5/14/20

Peace be with you and your family. May his happy smile forever be in your mind!

 

Virginia Chybowski posted on 5/14/20

My thoughts and prayers are with you as you mourn the loss of Ginny Belle. When playing bridge, I was Ginny Rose and she was Ginny Belle. One of my most treasured memories was her lifetime of guaranteed sharpened pencils. I was at her house and noticed all the dull pencils. I took them home, sharpened them and gave her a lifetime guarantee. A memorial has been sent to the Fredonia Lions Club.

 

Pattie Donahue Manz posted on 5/14/20

Our deep sympathy and prayers to you Pauline and all of your family ! God bless you with peace that passeth all understanding. Your mother was a great woman of God.

 

 

Naomi Crawford posted on 5/14/20

In memory of Jayla Christina Rodriguez, Naomi Crawford lit a candle

 

 

Justina posted on 5/14/20

Prayers for you and your family.

 

 

Leslie Agosto posted on 5/13/20

Vuelta alto princesa!

 

 

Mary Medina Escajeda posted on 5/13/20

Rest In Peace Beautiful Angel

 

 

Shawn Bryaon posted on 5/13/20

Ma..Momma..you gained your wings. Rest baby girl. You was that one call I call and we would have that talk. We would laugh and you was there for me. You will be truly missed..you was one of them mother in laws where you said baby you are so sweet..we would sit and talk and talk, eat! Man Rest baby girl know more suffering or in pain. I love you Ma ❤️❤️❤️

 

 

Ylza Neziri-McGrew posted on 5/13/20

My deepest condolences ❤️ RIP precious Jayla

 

 

Laura Besteda posted on 5/13/20

My condolences to my family praying for peace that will come and comfort. God has gained another Angel will miss you sweet lady. RIP TT until time love you cuzn Laura.

 

 

Violet posted on 5/13/20

Sorry for your loss Kathy, my prayers are with you.

 

 

Ashley posted on 5/13/20

May she Rest In Peace ! Fly high baby girl

 

Melissa D. posted on 5/13/20

My deepest condolences to Jayla’s loving family. I feel truly honored to have been able to assist in caring for Jayla even for a brief time. Jayla and her family are truly inspiring! ~From a member of Jayla’s hospice team

 

 

Cookie Rivera posted on 5/13/20

In memory of Jayla Christina Rodriguez, Cookie Rivera lit a candle

 

Karen Miller Wagner posted on 5/13/20

Sorry to a hear of Aunt Marion passing. If you send e-mail me your address I have a number of pictures of your mother and dad from years ago that you might like that I can mail to you.

 

Michelle Gonzalez posted on 5/13/20

Jayla you are a true worshiper of the Lord God almighty. You taught others how to trust in the Lord no matter the circumstance. You my dear have a special relationship with God that I admired. You made me want to be a better person and child of God. You loved with a pure love the touched one's soul. It truly was a privilege and honor to be a small part of your life. To see you live life to it's fullest. Your smile lit up the room. Your hugs made anyone feel all warm and cozy inside. You made us laugh, sing and dance. You are a true Warrior and have walked into your Victory with Jesus. Thank you for loving me. You will be greatly missed but forever in our hearts and minds. Love you forever Titi Michelle

 

 

Rachel S. posted on 5/13/20

Forever in the hearts of everyone who's had the pleasure of meeting you. Love you little angel :)

 

 

Yanieliz Santiago posted on 5/13/20

God bless your family will always remember you. Watch over us from heaven.

 

 

Maria Frye posted on 5/13/20

Our deepest condolences. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

 

Tom and Kimi Tomaszek posted on 5/13/20

Virginia was an inspiring friend, mentor, and neighbor. Rest in God's care now. We love you and will pray for you. Tom and Kimi

 

Scott and Renee Pompe posted on 5/13/20

Kathy and the Piacsek family, We are so sorry for your loss and you are in our thoughts and prayers. Mary was a great person and we were fortunate to have known her. Remember the wonderful times and count all the blessings. Love Scott and Renee

 

 

Monica Perez Galarza posted on 5/13/20

In memory of Jayla Christina Rodriguez, Monica Perez Galarza lit a candle

 

 

Carimar Gonzalez posted on 5/13/20

In memory of Jayla Christina Rodriguez, Carimar Gonzalez lit a candle

 

 

Melissa Rice posted on 5/13/20

I am so sorry for your loss! I am praying for you all. I love you! I never had the pleasure of meeting princess jayla in person but she inspired me so much with her loving and happy spirit always.

 

Rosa & Leo Rivera posted on 5/13/20

Our condolences to the family with our heartbreak prayers. May you keep faith in God at this time of sorrow. God has another precious Angel on his side

 

 

Rosa Rivera posted on 5/13/20

May you rest in peace our precious Angel. You will be in our hearts forever

 

 

Leah Radowicz posted on 5/13/20

I am so sorry for the heartache you feel but we must always remember that to be absent from the flesh is to be present with the lord. Jayla is flying high and will always be with you.

 

 

Maiya Hernandez posted on 5/13/20

Forever we will and miss you princess

 

 

Rosemary Torres posted on 5/13/20

In memory of Jayla Christina Rodriguez, Rosemary Torres lit a candle

 

 

Marisol posted on 5/13/20

My deepest condolences to your family on the loss of a child. May the lord give you strength to deal with such a difficult time in your life. Sleep in peace beautiful

 

 

Patti Flood posted on 5/13/20

Our Deepest Sympathy!

 

Gladys Gonzalez posted on 5/13/20

Our condolences to your family Cathy, May God gives you peace and comfort during this difficult time, prayers, she’s at peace right now, Rest In Peace beautiful Angel...

 

Brian Evans posted on 5/13/20

Our condolences go out to your family at this time of loss. I always enjoyed going over to your house in West Allis, on New Years Eve, usually -20 degrees or colder. Hope every body stays safe during these troubling times. Brian and Linda Evans

 

Ann Black posted on 5/13/20

I am praying for your sweet family. We love you all!!!!

 

Amanda Grey posted on 5/13/20

Jayla you hold such a very special place in my heart baby girl you truly truly inspired me in so many ways mama!! I have never seen such an amazing stronger fighter like you! You fought a really good fight and I am super proud of you!!! You are God Sent You defeated cancer mama!!! You are fully healed and passed in victory you are now dancing And worshiping with our Heavenly Father Jesus Christ I know the heavens were very happy to welcome you home! Oh the joy you are feeling right now being with Jesus My heart is broken knowing you are no longer with us but it’s also filled with joy knowing you’re not suffering anymore and that you’re safe and sound at home with the father I’m going to miss you so much! You had a smile that could light a whole room, you were so funny and so loving and smart you will be dearly loved and missed!! But this isn’t a good bye...we will see each other again Rest in heaven mama Mymy and I love you and we miss you so much God bless your soul princess I love you Cathy and the family so much!!! I’m so proud of you all for being strong for Jayla and fighting with her!!!God chose the PERFECT FAMILY for Jayla ❤️❤️ I’m praying for you guys always xoxo

 

Sandra Casasnovas posted on 5/13/20

My sincere condolences to the family, may the Lord fill your hearts with strength and courage in such difficult time.Rest in peace little angel.I didn't know you personally but my daughter Jessica knows you when she told me my heart broke down for you.She is now with the Lord in heaven resting looking down on her love ones.

 

Carmen Rivera-Reyes posted on 5/13/20

My precious Jayla, you will forever hold a special place in my heart. I will miss you, but never forget you. Jesus has a special place for you. Cathy, you and your family are in my prayers. May Jesus continue to give you strength and peace. I love you.

 

 

Ana & Luis posted on 5/13/20

Our hearts ache with your loss but we know you are in peace. You were a bright little star here on earth, I know you will shine even brighter in Gods kingdom. Ty Jaylita for loving us. For your special little gifts, for your hugs and kisses (that were always sooooo tight, I’d lose my breath) ty for being our little angel. You will always be close in our hearts princess. We love you!!! With love, titi Ana, tio Luis your cousins, Christian, Elijah, Maliah & JJ

 

 

Cynthia Coakley posted on 5/13/20

My condolences She will be remembered always in my heart and soul.She did so much for me and my children and I will be greatful always.With love to the family.

 

Jeannine Kaczmarek posted on 5/12/20

Buzz and I had so very many wonderful memories of the square dancing and traveling we did with Wayne and Lynn over many years.

 

Jo Montavon posted on 5/12/20

With deepest sympathy I'm praying for your healing, comfort, strength and peace during this sad and painful time. May she rest in peace!

 

Stacy posted on 5/12/20

Praying for your peace and comfort during this time. God Bless You. -Stacy L.

 

Michele (Wiorek) Raymond posted on 5/12/20

Uncle Don and family, I am so sorry for your loss! I hope you find peace in the love and memories you had through the years. Thinking of you at this difficult time. God be with you!

 

Wayne and Barbara Kollath posted on 5/12/20

Our sincere condolences. With you all in honoring the memory of our beloved sister, Beverly. Beverly’s life was devoted to serving the Lord and caring lovingly for family, friends and the many others she met along her life’s journey. Love you Sis! Wayne and Barbara

 

James Reed posted on 5/12/20

To our sister in spirit Shelia Glenn: You and your family have our deepest condolences and sympathy on the passing of Liddie. May the peace of God which surpasses all understanding, guard your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus. Know that Weeping may endure for a night, But joy comes in the morning. May God ever bless and keep you during this challenging time. "Now unto him that is able to keep you from falling, and to present you faultless before the presence of his glory with exceeding joy, To the only wise God our Saviour, be glory and majesty, dominion and power, both now and ever. Amen." (Jude 24-25) Prayerfully Yours, James & Myrine Reed

 

Sherrie Larson posted on 5/12/20

My deepest sympathy to all of you. Barb was a wonderful sister-in-law. I have many beautiful memories of her. I am so sad I haven't seen in her in the last couple of years. Love to all of you. Aunt Sherrie

 

 

Judy Rumpel posted on 5/12/20

Wayne will be missed by all your friends and neighbors. He was a wonderful husband, dad, grandpa and friend. Bless you all and know heaven just gained another angel who will be watching over all of you! With Love, Judy and family..

 

Jill (Brown) and Kevin Pasqua posted on 5/12/20

We are sad to know that our time with Mary has come to an end, but so happy that she is now with her Lord and reunited with her family who went before her. No doubt they are having quite the welcome party now! We are grateful for Mary's beautiful example. She loved everyone but especially her family, had a contagious energy, was so real, and always wanted to have fun. Mary, give Grandpa Tud a hug from me please!

 

Kim Ryan posted on 5/11/20

Chuck is one of the kindest souls I've known in this world. I've always had a fondness for my dear uncle, and am left with so many joyful memories: barbeques, Summerfest, Brewer's Stadium... Much love and my condolences go out to Andee and "the boys." May Chuck's memory be eternal.

 

 

Sue Banghart posted on 5/11/20

Mother, we will never forget your love and kindness. Eternal rest grant unto her O Lord. May her soul, though the mercy of God, rest in eternal peace.

 

Kenneth Noller posted on 5/11/20

In the 70's and 80's Adolf and I spent hours together teaching colposcopy classes in many different locations in the US, Europe and So America. I always admired his devotion to teaching and his fun-loving personality.

 

John Miller posted on 5/11/20

Statza Family, I am sorry for your loss. I worked with Jenny at Lincoln and West Milwaukee Intermediate School and she was always dedicated to her students and offering an encouraging word to cohorts.

 

 

BuySeasons posted on 5/11/20

Thinking of you, wishing you hope in the midst of sorrow, comfort in the midst of pain.

 

Haley Schmidt posted on 5/11/20

She was a very special lady who touched the hearts of so many. May you feel the peace and comfort of Jesus today. Prayers for all of you!

 

Lorraine Gruettner posted on 5/11/20

Lynn I am so sorry to hear about Wayne. I know what a loss a husband can be and pray for your comfort and peace. God's Blessings to you and your family. Love Lorraine Gruettner

 

 

Patrice Kosmoski posted on 5/11/20

To a most amazing woman that I will always carry in my heart forever. She truly was a mother of ALL and will be deeply missed and cherished. So so many memories.....cleaning the big turkey in the cottage sink!!! We love you Mary..love and sympathy to ALL of the family. Kosmoski/Dux Families

 

 

Don and Katrina posted on 5/10/20

In memory of Charles "Chuck" F. Netzel, Don and Katrina lit a candle

 

Brazgel Family posted on 5/10/20

Joanne and Paul were always standing pillars at their grandsons school functions! We came to know this beautiful couple during these times. Joanne always had such a beautiful smile and the most contagious laugh. You could easily see the joy in her eyes being able to be a part of her grandchildren’s lives! Praying you all find comfort and peace through the many wonderful memories. Hugs!

 

Valerie Chamberlain posted on 5/10/20

I miss you so much, my friend! I miss our daily phone calls. I miss your big, beautiful smile, and your silly jokes. I'll bet you have millions of new friends up in heaven, but your friends here still miss you, dear kuklo. You are a wonderful friend. All my love.

 

 

Shelley, Bob Mueller posted on 5/10/20

So sorry for your loss, our deepest sympathy to the family.

 

 

Melani Gloria posted on 5/10/20

In memory of Stephanie Lynn Zachow, Melani Gloria lit a candle

 

 

Jacquelyn J Wright posted on 5/10/20

In memory of Charles "Chuck" F. Netzel, Jacquelyn J Wright lit a candle

 

Jasmeir posted on 5/10/20

. Grandma I Love & Miss You So Much I Wish I Could Hear Your Voice One More Time every since I lost you everything just been going left I need to hear you one more time I feel like it would fix so much

 

Dottie Graham posted on 5/9/20

Kristy and family, Dick and Jenna and I want to extend our sincere condolences. We know this has been a very difficult time for you and your mom. Thank you very much for allowing us to participate in the services via Zoom. We were able to see most of it and it was very nice. Please don’t hesitate to ask if you need anything during this time. Rest and relax and cherish your best memories of mom.

 

Helen McManus posted on 5/9/20

Arlene was a dear friend. We shared children, grand children and a great grand child. I will miss her.

 

Lorianne Dunford posted on 5/9/20

I love you grandma. You will be missed.

 

 

Amber Bayer posted on 5/9/20

In memory of Charles "Chuck" F. Netzel, Amber Bayer lit a candle

 

Terry Bilke posted on 5/9/20

I can count my close friends in life on one hand. Jim was among them. We first met in the Guard in the early 80s. Even though I moved 20 years ago, we’d catch up every month or so, often to discuss a math or technical problem he was working on. One story that reflects his thoughtfulness was about 8 years ago when my wife and I went on vacation. Before we went, I mentioned on a call with Jim that we were going to the Hale Koa hotel in Hawaii. This hotel caters to the military. When we arrived at the hotel, we found a welcome gift of flowers from Jim.

 

 

Diane L. Landro posted on 5/9/20

Dear Aunt Marge, your goodness will always "shine" for all of us who knew your kind and caring heart! Love, Diane

 

 

James G Hejnal posted on 5/9/20

My deepest sympathy's go out to my cousins at the loss of their mom and my Aunt Alice. A very good lady.

 

 

Jeff and Lisa Korotko posted on 5/9/20

We are so sorry to hear about Alice’s passing. We have such wonderful memories of her. She was always smiling and such a positive person.

 

Kathy Myles posted on 5/9/20

We will miss running into Jenny at music gigs. She always had a smile and zest for life. Please accept our condolences Mark. We pray the memories will sustain you and your family during this time. Peace- Gervis and Kathy

 

David M Abbott posted on 5/9/20

Your Mom will always hold a place in my heart. She was a very special lady, and a wonderful Mother-In-Law. I have missed her. My thoughts and prayers, are with you all today. Peace and God bless. Dave

 

 

Jan Baldwin posted on 5/8/20

Sorry for your loss prayers to your family

 

 

Cliff Frailing posted on 5/8/20

We are so sorry for your loss! JoAnn will always be in our hearts. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all! We hope that the Lord brings your family the much-needed peace during this sad time. With deepest sympathy, Cliff, Kelly, Emma & Erin.

 

Lorry Land posted on 5/8/20

Alice will be sorely missed by so many among us. The goodness, warmth and kindness she shared with everyone she met, would immediately draw them close to her. As I write this, I find it difficult to refer to her as Alice. Although I’m not related, I could not help but call her Mom or Ma Kal. It was such a pleasure to have known her. Alice and Greg raised three wonderful children, who all share the same beautiful attributes she had. Alice, in her own way, has truly made this world a better place for so many of us. My deepest condolences go out to her children Rich, Don, Jean, their families and all of her family and friends. Know that Alice’s loving ways shine in all of you, and will forever, in generations to come. It is for that reason, I am sure Alice is in Heaven right now, reunited with Greg at her side. Thank you Alice, for touching our lives. Sincerely, Lorry Land

 

John and Cindy Henson posted on 5/8/20

Paul and family, we are so very sorry about Joann. Our deepest sympathy to you, John and Cindy.

 

Kathy Karrer posted on 5/8/20

Dear Bela and Kris, I am so sorry to hear of the passing of Mary, especially at this very difficult time. I hope that your fond memories of all the good times together will be a comfort to you. My thoughts and prayers are with you, Kathy Karrer

 

Jeff Balistriere posted on 5/8/20

I cannot even tell you how sorry I am for the loss of Mrs. Murn. I have so many wonderful memories of her and the family. She'd always make breakfast for us and keep the pancakes, bacon, eggs and everything in the oven to keep them warm. She was always driving us in the van to the mall, hockey, pretty much everywhere. Mr. Murn has a talent at photography and she was always so proud to show us the photos of the trips they took and explained each picture. I feel very blessed to have such a positive person in my life growing up. Take care Murn family, love you all.

 

 

Parsons Family posted on 5/8/20

Our thought and prayers are with you.

 

Erik & Susannah Henson posted on 5/8/20

Our deepest condolences to the Murn and Pietila families. JoAnn will be missed. Our thoughts are with you today.

 

Steve Slichter posted on 5/8/20

Growing up next door, Joann was like a second Mom. I was saddened to learn that she passed away. My love, prayers and deepest sympathy to Paul, Sandy, Mike and their families.

 

 

Lauren Montgomery posted on 5/7/20

I love you, Grandma. Your sea urchins miss you.

 

Daniel Bilke posted on 5/7/20

My thoughts, prayers and condolences go out to Mary and the entire McWaters family. Jim was an ultra friendly man who loved our family like his own. He was an amazing handy man who would help me out whenever I would run into a bind. He was a super smart man who knew a little bit about everything. Back when my sisters and I were kids he would invite us over with my parents to have dinner and swim in his pool. He gave me the nickname Rude Dog for the beach apparel I would wear back in the day. To this day this is one of my all-time favorite nicknames I have been given. I am extremely blessed to have known Jim. He was an amazing man who would do anything to help someone out before thinking about himself. Heaven has gained an outstanding individual. I look forward to seeing him there.

 

Mike and Cindy Perry posted on 5/7/20

We bowled with Arlene and her Daughter for years. Always very nice, and friendly. She had a dry sense of humor. The day that she called me "old man", still makes me smile , She will be missed. I would like to offer our condolence.

 

Meg Daly posted on 5/7/20

My deepest condolences to you all. She was and is a lovely woman. Sending you prayers and peace. Love, Meg Daly

 

Tom n Diane Balistriere posted on 5/7/20

Our deepest condolences to you and your family. Your mother’s kindness was contagious and her memory will live forever

 

Sue (Mathes) Hauschel posted on 5/7/20

Really going to miss that Uncle Dale. He really was a treasure - but keep all those dear memories in your hearts.

 

Susan Skalla posted on 5/7/20

Sandy- My deepest sympathy for the loss of your Mother. Sending prayers of peace your way. I always remember your Mother's laugh and thoughtful smile...I am sure she is looking down from heaven with her smile!

 

Michael Wischer posted on 5/7/20

Arlene was a bowling teammate of mine a few years ago and I continue to bowl with her daughter Kristy. She was always a joy to be around, she will be missed.

 

Deborah Foote posted on 5/7/20

I just learned of Cyndie's passing; I'm so sorry. My condolences to her family. We shared such fun times together over the years. Talked of the old days at St. Anne's, enjoyed catching up with our dinner group here at Servite, called each other to grab our "floaties" and hang out in the pool etc. At our group dinners, Cyndie always filled us in on what the kids were doing, their upcoming adventures, etc.; she was so happy and proud of them. I'm saddened that we never got to say good-bye. Cyndie, I know you are in a good place and that you are smiling and laughing again, sharing many of your stories. I will miss you friend.

 

 

Kenny and Phyllis Hubatch posted on 5/6/20

To a true friend, all our best to family and friends

 

Erica Dotson posted on 5/6/20

Sending love from the Washington family- loved friends of brother Leo Shultz in Atlanta, GA.

 

 

Nancy Poser posted on 5/5/20

In memory of Joyce Elaine Wilkinson, Nancy Poser lit a candle

 

Nancy Poser posted on 5/5/20

My sympathy to the families May she Rest In Peace.

 

Rick Karnowski posted on 5/5/20

As I began my teaching career at MATC many years ago, Raul was a mentor to me. We worked together at a few different CBO sites and I learned a lot working with him. Raul was a kind and gentle man with a passion for helping others; he will be missed. My condolences to Gracie and the entire Alcantara family for your loss.

 

Gregg Smith posted on 5/5/20

Kathy, I am so sorry to hear about your loss. Jimmy was quite the character and loved to talk! I hope you’ll be able to deal with all the quiet at home. I’m sure you have many happy memories that will help you through this difficult time. Take care.

 

 

The Pfister Family posted on 5/5/20

Sending hugs to all...

 

 

Tony posted on 5/5/20

Mom, Since the day I was born to learning to ride a bike , would run around the house with a screwdriver and all my school functions.. all to driving a car my friends said I was so lucky to have a mom like you , you cared about us all and treated everyone the same ... with your sweet southern accent you can make a gloomy day bright and happy... I can go on and on but you will be missed ... I love you ! Till we meet agian rest easy and dont try to scare us too bad when you visit your son Tony

 

Linda Nugent posted on 5/5/20

To Helens family: Please accept my deepest sympathy for the loss of your dear mother. Helen was a fixture at mass and as a communion minister it was my privilege to distribute communion to her many times over the years. Please know that she and all of you are in my prayers. May our Lord give you peace during this difficult time. With my condolences- Linda (Nugent)

 

Home Instead Senior Care - Southern Milwaukee Co. posted on 5/5/20

It was a joy to care for Wayne. In this time of sorrow, may you continue to also find peace and beauty. We are thinking of you.

 

 

Tracy Clontz posted on 5/5/20

You will be deeply missed Aunt Joyce!!! Fly high with Mama & give her a kiss for me

 

 

Andrea K posted on 5/4/20

Greatly missed but never forgotten. Cherish all the memories and her legacy will thrive. xo

 

 

Donna Larson posted on 5/4/20

My thoughts & prayers are with you Julie, Jimmy, Bob, Tony & especially your DAD. & to all your extended families. It’s always so hard to lose someone you love. Your Mom, suffered for a longtime & i know she is in a better place. I know she loved all of you very much. Hope you All will watch over your Dad now. He’s a pretty special Dad & sure does love all of you! Our Deepest Sympathy & prayers for all of you! Love, Donna & Bernie

 

Stacie (Herzog) Piacsek posted on 5/4/20

Mike & family... You may not remember me but I went to gradeschool with you and your Mom was one of the sweetest moms , soft spoken and caring. Fast forward to 2007 , she took care of my Mom, Rosalie Herzog, numerous appts at Dr Attalahs leukemia oncology. We enjoyed having talks w your mom there. Judy was kind, calming and thoughtful. My mom passed in 2017 and those 10 years were filled with hope, inpart because of your Mom.. They are both enjoying heaven. ❣️

 

The Pawlinski Family posted on 5/4/20

Our deepest sympathies to the families of Annette and Mike. May GOD comfort you in your time of sorrow.

 

Melanie Zimmer posted on 5/3/20

Wow 94 years!! Sorry to hear about Dan We were so lucky to have your family as neighbors! Dan lived the dream. Thinking about you all at this difficult and blessed time. Mel mel

 

Richard and Marilyn Waller posted on 5/3/20

Marilyn and I were pleased to be able to see Dan and Jean last July (2019) when we traveled to Wisconsin. It was also a notable occasion in that our entire California families including spouses and children were also there (Sue (Mike) Poland, Shaun, Matthew, Sara, and Steve (Sharon) Waller, Stephanie, Sofia). At the time, Dan was still driving his Cadillac and Jean was still ambulatory. Surprisingly, we didn’t reminisce too much about the past but we talked about the present and the immediate future. Although Marilyn and I traveled to visit my brother Ronnie and his wife Diane many times over the years, we always tried to visit Dan and Jean at the same time if they were in town. So, we were always somewhat close. I remember trips to the Playboy club in Lake Geneva and also the one on La Cienega and Sunset, in Hollywood, when they visited us in LA. I want to reminisce a bit about things that Dan did for Ronnie and I when we were kids. Knowing that we were orphans, he went out of his way to brighten things up. However, some of it may have been self interest. I remember a Christmas before Dan and Jean were married when Ronnie and I had a gift bonanza. The bribe consisted of an Erector Set for me, a Chemistry set for Ronnie, and at least a dozen more gifts. We were also regular passengers in the rumble seat of his Packard convertible. I think it was a late 30’s, light colored with a Red interior. This is an aside, but I remember during the big snowstorm of 1947 (I was 10 years old) when he was cavorting in a Model-T ford during the storm and went to pick up my uncle Dan Pawlowski where he was stuck on Windlake Ave. Dan was always a model-T nut and that migrated to my brother Ronnie, and also to my son Steve. It’s too bad that Dan never made it to LA to see Steve’s 1925 Model-T runabout. To close, I want to mention two memorable life events where Dan was instrumental in my well being: I was to be a piano player as was my mother. My grandparents, who raised me, dragged the piano through several moves but didn’t do it on the last move. As a result, I started on the violin at age 7. At 12 years of age, I wanted to play big band music and we rented an alto saxophone. When Dan got a whiff of the horn I was renting, he said “pew, we’re going downtown to get you a decent horn”. He took me to Flanner & Hafsoos, a musical instrument store in downtown Milwaukee and we got a 1926 Selmer alto saxophone that I still play to this day. The first recital I played on the horn was Jimmy Dorsey’s theme song. Another life event was when I was 16, after saving my money setting pins in a bowling alley; I needed advice on buying my first car. Dan was the only one I could turn to for help. He wisely got me into a black, ’46 Plymouth, 4 door. I drove it for about 4 years. Dan was heavily into Lincoln Continentals. I once mentioned to him that he would be money ahead if he bought a Rolls Royce instead. He always asked me whenever we met “what kind of car are you driving”. He was never happy with my choice until I told him I was driving a Lincoln. Seeing what Lincoln has to offer now, I can understand why he loved his Cadillac.

 

Lesley posted on 5/3/20

Papa, I miss you tons. I will never forget all the memories we made over the 37 years I have been alive. When I was little you would be front row at the dance recitals, grandparents day at school, and even the Christmas concerts cheering me on. I appreciated all the support you gave me when I was growing up and even into my adulthood. We talked almost every other day and I will not forget those conversations. Thanks for everything you did to make my life unforgettable. Today I see a lot of you in me and I will never forget that. You will always be in my heart. I love you dearly! Remember you are the glass is half full guy...not half empty!

 

Sam Lenz posted on 5/3/20

I work with her st metro market i miss her

 

Lynn M. Krogh posted on 5/3/20

What a wonderful person Dan was. Always positive and friendly. I was very impressed with his ability to keep up with technology and to carry on an intelligent conversation about most any topic. I enjoyed the time we spent together and was privileged to know Dan. He will be missed but never forgotten.

 

 

Kelly Brown posted on 5/2/20

In memory of Jimmie Lee Dorsey, Kelly Brown lit a candle

 

Sr. Jane Mary Lorbiecki, SSND posted on 5/2/20

Dear Family of Helen, I visited Helen at Franciscan Place a couple of times before I had my Oct. 31 surgery. I also called and spoke to her once. She said she would call if she would like a visit. When I returned to ministry in March, I tried calling again but there was no answer. I'm so sorry for the loss of your mom. I believe she is enjoying an eternal Easter. I pray you will receive God's healing and love. Peace, Sr. Jane Mary, Pastoral Minister, St. Bernadette/Our Lady of Good Hope.

 

 

Lisa Meier posted on 5/2/20

so sorry for your loss, my deepest condolences

 

 

Kerry posted on 5/2/20

Sending lots of love and light to the family in this dark time ❤️

 

 

Brittany Arata posted on 5/2/20

Sending you lots of love and virtual hugs in this difficult time. -Brittany & Ben

 

 

Trent Elsinger posted on 5/2/20

In memory of Stephanie Lynn Zachow, Trent Elsinger lit a candle

 

 

Jenny carl posted on 5/2/20

Stephanie you were a ray of sun you will be greatly missed thoughts and prayers to the family love Cliff and Jenny

 

 

Patricia A. Arata posted on 5/2/20

Debbie, all of you are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Tracy A Koss posted on 5/2/20

To my lovely Aunt Barbara, I remember and think back to all the good times at your house with lots of love & food & laughs. You hold a special place in my heart! XO Tracy Jim, John... my deepest sympathies to both of you.

 

 

Abby Gawlak posted on 5/2/20

My dearest grandma you will be truly missed and always loved. Nova and I are here to late for you to meet but I know she would have stole your heart with her laugh because no matter what my laugh made you laugh. I love you grandma! Rest Easy and look down on all of us!

 

 

Cheryl M Pizzino posted on 5/2/20

In memory of Stephanie Lynn Zachow, Cheryl M Pizzino lit a candle

 

Mike Mcelligott posted on 5/1/20

As I wipe away my tears I remember a cold Icy day in a Custom Van out in the country, my best buddy and his bride were tying the knot, one that lasted 38 years. In my heart forever. I will never forget you Bubba❤️❤️ Mike

 

 

Donna Meier posted on 5/1/20

In memory of Stephanie Lynn Zachow, Donna Meier lit a candle

 

Dani Petzold posted on 5/1/20

R.I.P My good friend. God gained another angel. ;)

 

Jody Rieder posted on 5/1/20

Miss you Daddy. Your little girl.

 

Lisa Abbrederis (Bauer) posted on 5/1/20

Scott and family, I was so sorry to learn of the loss of "Mrs. Gillard". She was one of my favorite moms growing up, always there with a big smile and warm and tender heart. I always thought she was such a pretty mom :) I can imagine my mom meeting her at the pearly gates and introducing her to all of God's choir members. May you take comfort in knowing that you will be with her again. God bless you all!

 

lashena A mcginnis posted on 5/1/20

My Condolences to The Tillis Family. Always, Shena Aurora Cancer Care.

 

 

Aunt Mary posted on 5/1/20

I want this screen lit up, just like you lit up our lives.

 

 

Hazel Martin posted on 5/1/20

In memory of Jimmie Lee Dorsey, Hazel Martin lit a candle

 

Hazel Martin posted on 5/1/20

My heartfelt sympathy and prayers to Evelyn and the Dorsey family. Your loss is shared with so many that knew and loved Mr. Dorsey. He was a great man that loved his family, his church and His Savior. I am Blessed to have shared him with you as a friend. May God bring you comfort and healing. Love, Hazel Martin

 

 

Uncle Tony and Aunt Mary posted on 5/1/20

Sending our love and prayers. Such a caring life lost. So many caring lives hurting.

 

Katie Thatcher posted on 5/1/20

My hearts go out to all of my honorary family.The Launder family is such a blessing to all who know and love them. Dad Launder greeted all as a friend and had so much love in his heart. I will miss him dearly but know we all will be together again. Platinum among men and so beloved. We are all better for knowing him and his beautiful and loving family. His love and legacy will live on and on. Love you Dad Launder.

 

Brian, Carla & Braylon Dorsey posted on 5/1/20

Family.. We walk with you in love with the passing of Uncle Jimmie. Our hearts are heavy and we sincerely wished to be there with you. He was honorable and loving to all that knew him. He will never be forgotten. The Creator has blessed us with his presence.

 

Russ & Gail Marsh posted on 5/1/20

Dear Rich and the Gillard Family, We are so sorry for your loss. We will always remember Judy for her beautiful smile, kindness and her ever present joy. She will be greatly missed and lovingly remembered. Sincerely, Russ & Gail

 

 

Jackie and Sheila Wigley posted on 5/1/20

Our condolences, may God comfort and keep you .

 

 

Marcus Laster posted on 5/1/20

Stefanie, My Deepest condolences to you and your family.

 

 

Marcus Laster posted on 5/1/20

Stefanie My Deepest condolences goes out to you and your family.

 

David Dodge Family posted on 5/1/20

Our prayers and thoughts are with the family Jimmie Dorsey. My family so appreciated the time we had getting to know Jimmie and his wonderful family while at Garden Homes. He was a wonderful man and will be missed by many. May you be comforted knowing that Jimmie now shares in the glory with all the saints in heaven.

 

Tia Gay and Family posted on 5/1/20

The Gay family send our love and condolences to the Dorsey family. We are so sorry that we are not there to celebrate Mr. Dorsey's life but know we are with you in spirit and prayer. May God bless and keep you all comforted through your grief.

 

Margaret Wendland posted on 5/1/20

Our hearts go out to you all, we are praying for you in your grief. Jesus keep you. Margaret & Paul Wendland & Family

 

 

Marie Bridges posted on 5/1/20

Stephanie and Kevin you are in our prayers Marie Bridges and Margie Tate

 

The Mueller Family posted on 5/1/20

Our prayers are with your family. What a blessing Jimmie was to EVERYONE who met him. He always made us smile. We have deep respect for the man he was and are thankful God let him into our lives. We're also thankful that he is with his Savior. Praise God!

 

 

Joy, Rick and Aunt Shirl posted on 5/1/20

Our sincerest condolences.

 

SHERRI EVANS posted on 5/1/20

My deepest condolences to the Dorsey/Burton Family. Mr. Dorsey was an amazing man. Thank you Stephanie for sharing your father with all of your friends. I will miss my text messages from him with his amazing usage of emojis!

 

 

Sparkle Giles posted on 5/1/20

Mr. Dorsey made a huge impact in a lot of people lives, especially amongst the Garden Homes Lutheran family. My deepest, sincere condolences and prayers goes to the family. May God be with you and Bless you during this time. Mr. Dorsey will be GREATLY missed!!!

 

 

Keysha Hampton posted on 5/1/20

Your family will continue to be in my prayers

 

The Josh Bauer Family posted on 5/1/20

May God hold you close during this difficult time. Mr. Dorsey was such a blessing for me as a teacher. I was grateful for his strong, Christian leadership and support. The entire family's presence in church was a phenomenal example for everyone. You are in our prayers.

 

The Aaron Bauer Family posted on 5/1/20

Our deepest sympathy is will the Dorsey family and all who knew Jimmie. Our family learned so much from him. He supported us and made us feel like family from the first day we arrived at Garden Homes. Our memories of him will be cherished always. "In Christ alone my hope is found...."

 

Kenya Conley posted on 5/1/20

My deepest sympathies, condolences and prayers go out to the Dorsey family. Mr. Dorsey was a true leader and the epitome of what a man should be. I learned so much from him. I love you Mr. Dorsey.

 

Danielle Burgess posted on 5/1/20

Sending my love, prayers and condolences to my Dorsey family. Mr Dorsey was a great man and will truly be missed.

 

 

Odeanna Burton posted on 5/1/20

My sincerest condolences to your entire family during this difficult time. Praying for your strength as you lay your beloved husband, father, grandfather, brother, uncle , and all around great man to rest. RIP Mr. Dorsey.

 

Carol posted on 5/1/20

Bill and Family, In sincere sympathy and to let you know that others are thinking of you.

 

Joy and RIck VanHassel posted on 4/30/20

Our thoughts and prayers go out to Becky and the Johnson Family at this sad time. May the grace of God be with you all. Our deepest sympathies. Joy and Rick

 

Kim Herrick posted on 4/30/20

Dear Gillard Family, I can't begin to tell you much your Mom meant to me. Knowing her as our neighbor when I was growing up, her confidence in me to be your babysitter and when I returned back to the neighborhood, she was so welcoming and I always looked forward to chatting with her. Please accept my deepest condolences on your loss. Our neighborhood has lost a smiling face and a kind woman.

 

 

Derrick Berry posted on 4/30/20

My deepest sympathy....

 

 

Susan and Todd Lundin Family posted on 4/30/20

Rest in Peace, beautiful Aunty Judy. Heaven gained a true angel. Thank you for so many wonderful and sweet memories. We were blessed to have you in our lives.

 

Terri Zivney posted on 4/30/20

Dear Steve and family, My deepest condolences to you and your family on the sad passing of your mother, Mary. I was so surprised to see the notice of her passing. I had such wonderful memories of our time together at A&A Mtg and times we crossed path at Waukesha Catholic events. Your mom would be there as a always supportive grandparent and I as a Godparent to George Beres. It must be especially difficult for you under the present state of the Covid-19. Please know you are remember in our prayers and thought. May Mary rest in Peace.

 

Carole Faught posted on 4/30/20

Dear Debbie and family, our paths crossed many years ago at Star and Cleveland Heights School. I loved working with you and your family and getting to know Steph, Randy and Ryan. My deepest sympathy to you as you grieve the loss of your precious daughter. She was a little cutie with a smile for everyone. Mrs.Faught

 

Katencia Bishop posted on 4/30/20

Auntie, I will miss our talks and the cards you sent for holidays. I will never forget. Take your rest, Auntie. I'll always love you, your niece KK.

 

Kathey Lemley posted on 4/30/20

I'm so sorry to hear of Glenn's passing. He was a good guy and I'll remember the times we spent together. Love ya kiddo. Kathey (Vogelsang) Lemley

 

Paul and Jan Behm posted on 4/29/20

Gordy has been a true blessing to our family. Gordy's memories will remain in your hearts forever as a kind and generous man. We have had so many great adventures with Gordy over the past 25 years. Going out for dinner with Gordy and Dona in the early years. From SuperBowl XXXI in New Orleans and SuperBowl XLV in Texas, to our annual Green Bay Packer games at Lambeau field, to Fredericksburg and Grapevine, TX to Three Lakes, WI. Traveling with Gordy and Diane in recent years was always a pleasure and we cherished our time together. Gordy always had a smile and a story for you. Gordy will be missed by ALL! Our sincere condolences to Diane and the entire Spalding family. Go Pack!!

 

Cindy posted on 4/29/20

Mr. Neau was my Sidney Poitier, To Sir With Love. I could fill a book with all the fond memories I have of him & the life lessons he taught me. He encouraged me to be better in everything from pushing us to have the straightest flute line in the Western Days parade to not putting up with a cheating boyfriend. He gave me the courage to smile without feeling self-conscious. From concerts to parades to half-time formations at Friday night football games, he was an excellent music teacher. From mooching cigarettes to book recommendations to life advice, he was a wonderful friend. My sincerest condolences to Don's kids; I always envied you. Your dad was the best!

 

Latrina Bain(Perkins) posted on 4/29/20

May Ms. Leroy rest in beautiful peace. My condolences to her beautiful family.

 

Mark Clementi posted on 4/29/20

My sincere condolences to the Zachow family. I have known them for many years, and know them as a very loving and close family. May God bless you all in this extremely difficult time, and may Stephanie rest in peace.

 

 

Mom posted on 4/29/20

I cant believe I am writing this. It seems like a nightmare. I miss you everyday, I miss the daily calls, the sound of your voice and your "Dabba". I love you Stephanie with everything I have. I have so many unanswered questions. I don't know how I will go on without you, I will have to push through the pain, I can and will tell Mason and Addison all about there beautiful, loving Auntie Deph. I know that Grandma and Grandpa will be watching over you and you will be watching over me. When I look up at the stars look back at me with that pretty smile. I wont say goodbye its till we meet again!! I love you Stephanie Lynn with all my heart and soul.

 

 

Jeannette Vandenberg posted on 4/29/20

On this your one month Anniversary may your candle light shine down upon us! Hope you had a beautiful reunion with all the family and friends we always loved !!! All my LOVE and missing you !!!! Jeannette ❤️

 

 

Barbara Eulenberg posted on 4/29/20

Sending you much love and prayers. May Russ' memory be for a blessing. Love, Barb

 

 

Vearlin Cox posted on 4/29/20

Prayers for strength and comfort to Terry and the rest of the family and friends. Pricilla and I became friends many years ago when we worked together. Life took us on different paths and we lost contact. We both tried over the past 50 + years to find each other. We were finally connected a couple of weeks ago. We talked, laughed and reminisced about the past. I am so happy that we were able to talk the last time on 4/21/20. Priscilla expressed to me that she had a good life. I will forever treasure those talks ❤ Vearlin Cox..Thanks Becky and Fonnie for helping to connect two good friends! Priceless RI L and peace my dear friend

 

Kipp Molbeck posted on 4/29/20

I’m so sorry for your loss...my twin brother and I were just talking a few weeks ago how much we loved coming over to your house as kids. Your Mom was always so nice along with the rest of the family. Thoughts and prayers to all of you.

 

Henry Aiyenero posted on 4/29/20

I am very sorry to hear that you left this world. I am grateful for your family. Especially Coach Jim Launder for being my mentor. My family will continue to pray for you.

 

Eileen Schroeder and Marvin Dickel posted on 4/29/20

words cannot express feelings at this time..know you are in our thoughts and loved

 

Glenda and Mark Warner posted on 4/29/20

So sorry to learn of cousin Annette’s passing. Our deepest condolences to cousin Esther and to Annette’s husband and her family. I remember seeing her in Milwaukee when my sister Maria and my mother Mary and I would travel from Connecticut to visit Grandma Sorce and family. She was such a sweet and loving light. Cousin Glenda

 

 

Melody Dugas posted on 4/29/20

It's still so unreal. The world is too quiet without you. Thank you for everything in the last 28 years-the good and bad. You are truly missed already.

 

Maureen posted on 4/29/20

I only knew Stephanie as a customer at Metro Mart. She always offered a much welcome smile & an offer of help among the absence of same. She was an unforgettable beauty. Thank you for bringing such a lovely person into our lives! Healing After Loss is an excellent daily meditation reader available on Amazon they may help you as you grieve. Take care. .

 

Gary & Barbara Leger posted on 4/29/20

So sorry to hear of Nettie's passing. She was such a sweetheart. There are so many great memories form our days working together at Worcester County Insurance. It really does seem like yesterday. Our thoughts and prayers to you Bill. Love Gary & Barbara Leger

 

Gilbert Manegold posted on 4/29/20

I worked with Stephanie at Metro Market and it was wonderful to see her every day. She was a great spirit with a great smile . We had a lotta laughs together. We also shared some serious and thought provoking talks . I am heart broken at her passing. I am so blessed to have known her. I wish to extend my deepest most heartfelt sympathies to her family. Thank you for sharing the lovely and amazing Stephanie with us . God bless . I would also like to share this poem by John O'Donohue-poet-priest and philosopher I hope it brings some comfort . “On the death of the beloved “ ———————————————— Though we need to weep your loss, You dwell in that safe place in our hearts, Where no storm or night or pain can reach you. Your love was like the dawn Brightening over our lives Awakening beneath the dark A further adventure of colour. The sound of your voice Found for us A new music That brightened everything. Whatever you enfolded in your gaze Quickened in the joy of its being; You placed smiles like flowers On the altar of the heart. Your mind always sparkled With wonder at things. Though your days here were brief, Your spirit was live, awake, complete. We look towards each other no longer From the old distance of our names; Now you dwell inside the rhythm of breath, As close to us as we are to ourselves. Though we cannot see you with outward eyes, We know our soul's gaze is upon your face, Smiling back at us from within everything To which we bring our best refinement. Let us not look for you only in memory, Where we would grow lonely without you. You would want us to find you in presence, Beside us when beauty brightens, When kindness glows And music echoes eternal tones. When orchids brighten the earth, Darkest winter has turned to spring; May this dark grief flower with hope In every heart that loves you. May you continue to inspire us: To enter each day with a generous heart. To serve the call of courage and love Until we see your beautiful face again In that land where there is no more separation, Where all tears will be wiped from our mind, And where we will never lose you again.

 

Brenda S.Donovan posted on 4/28/20

Our hearts go out to you with Mary's parting from our earthly world, but look for her signs that's she's plenty alive in Heaven and will see you again when you arrive. Love you all and keep the Faith!

 

 

Luke Crownover posted on 4/28/20

In memory of Douglas "Doug" Allyn Edwards, Luke Crownover lit a candle

 

Linda (Papa) Murwin posted on 4/28/20

My heart breaks that I never got to tell him how much he helped me, both with music and with life. He was truly a teacher that cared about his students and has left his mark in this world. I can see him leading a band of angels with When the Saints Come Marchin' In! My sincere condolences to all of his family. May these memories help ease the pain of your loss.

 

 

Shawnell posted on 4/28/20

My condolences to the family. May you Rest In Peace with the rest of the family uncle C Boy. Love Shawnell

 

Dianne & Paul Bretl posted on 4/28/20

A beautiful family had their wonderful husband, father go to heaven. Dear Muriel and family we are so very sorry for your loss. Russ was such a special person. He will greatly missed by so many. God bless you all and comfort you in this time grief. We will have a memorial mass said at St. Bruno’s.

 

Wally and Vernie Fredricks posted on 4/28/20

Bela, Vernie and I were saddened to learn of Mary’s passing. I will always remember her as a bright and pretty lady who made everyone around her feel like an old friend. Thinking back to our days together in the Biology Department, I thought as though we were all part of delightful, happy, extended family. I miss those days. Please pass on our condolences to Kris and the rest of the lovely family.

 

Josh Aumend posted on 4/28/20

The Aumends are keeping you in our prayers. Very lucky to have gone to school with the Zachow clan at Star of Bethlehem. Stephanie was an amazing person!

 

Larry Egofske posted on 4/28/20

Mark, I'm so sorry for your loss of Jenny, She was a great woman. I hope your doing better. Please take care of the children, It's a tough time for all. If there's anything I can do for You and the Family, Please let me help!! Larry

 

 

Abbey posted on 4/28/20

There would need to be a million candles lit to represent Stephanie’s bright, loving spirit. She will always be remembered for the beautiful, fun energy she shared with us all. Rest in paradise sweet angel. I hope you are at peace and filled with nothing but love and happiness.

 

Jack Engel posted on 4/28/20

Russ and Muriel have been dear friends to my brother Tom and I. I loved to chat with them when we fished their lake and helped occasionally around the property. Russ was a seriously good soul and entertaining with his stories. He always made us feel comfortable and welcome, and always had a smile on his face. Now I regret not visiting more often for I will miss my friend. He touched Tom and my hearts and will always be remembered in our thoughts and prayers.

 

 

Jody Kay Johnson Rieder posted on 4/28/20

In memory of Dennis K. Johnson, Jody Kay Johnson Rieder lit a candle

 

Dan Larabee posted on 4/28/20

Deepest condolences and I will pray for your family as you go through this loss. I remember her sense of humor and sense of fun as I worked with her as a student and in after school activities. She was truly a joy to be around. May you all be safely in God's hands.

 

Michele Kirst posted on 4/28/20

Tim & I wish to extend our sincere sympathy to the Stovall family on the loss of a Mother, Grandmother & Great Grandmother. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Stay strong during these trying times. God Bless

 

Scott Bence posted on 4/28/20

Terry, I'm very sorry for your loss. I will say a pray for you and mom.

 

Anne (Hrovat) Steinert posted on 4/28/20

Mr. Neau was truly a beloved teacher and holds a dear place in my heart. He had a gift at being a music teach for sure, but beyond that, I feel he taught me many life lessons. He helped me to progress towards becoming a mature adult and to leave behind some of the pettiness that is inherent in high school. I was in marching band, concert band and jazz band 1980 to 1983. Rest in peace Mr. Neau.

 

 

Lois M posted on 4/28/20

I am so sorry for the pain and sorrow you are going thru. I met Stephanie in Fort Atkinson. She was such a sweetheart with a great sense of humor. She was a treasure and I am so glad I got to know her. My thoughts and prayers will be with you.

 

 

Bailie S posted on 4/27/20

thank you for finding your way into my life and heart rip love ya

 

Kevin plesnik posted on 4/27/20

Taught me how to play the French horn while in elementary school at Roosevelt in WA. Wanted me in the band in HS at WM. But sports took up my time. RIP

 

Holly Kiff posted on 4/27/20

Her star is shining brightly! Keeping everyone in our thoughts and prayers. Our hearts grieve, we are so sorry. Peace and love, Mitch & Holly Kidd

 

Tom & Heather Martin posted on 4/27/20

Heidi & Randy we are so deeply sorry to hear about Stephanie. Wishing the fun times and fond memories help you through the next few weeks. Sending you love, comfort and prayers. Tom & Heather

 

 

Jason and colleen grace posted on 4/27/20

We are going to miss your bubbly personality. You were such a great person.

 

 

Amanda posted on 4/27/20

Rest easy ❤

 

 

Susan McFaul posted on 4/27/20

Mr. Fuego and I loved you!! Rest In Peace beautiful!!

 

 

Camille Beamon posted on 4/27/20

May God bless and cover your family and keep them close in the name of jesus Amen prayers going up

 

Jerry and Kathy posted on 4/27/20

Hugs to Annette, family and Cunningham clan. We will miss you Mike.

 

Dana Moore LaFontsee posted on 4/27/20

Launder family, I am so sorry for your loss. Even as a teenager living across Genesee Lake Road from you, I always thought Russ was such a nice man with such a positive outlook on life. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult and sad time.

 

Paula Papanek posted on 4/27/20

Dear Dr. Piacsek (Bela) and Kris. I am so sorry for your loss, made especially hard by our pandemic. While I never met her, she must have been so very special because I have such high regard for you both in all you do professionally and as colleagues. Reading about her, i can almost see her in you both. I wish you many fond memories to hold close. Thinking of you, my best, Paula

 

 

Julie Canarr posted on 4/27/20

In memory of Stephanie Lynn Zachow, Julie Canarr lit a candle

 

 

Linda Nash posted on 4/27/20

RIP babygirl....

 

Ron and Barb Mottl posted on 4/27/20

Muriel and family, please accept our heartfelt condolences.

 

Sharon Pollnow posted on 4/27/20

To my little sister, Margaret, and your beautiful family, my heart aches for you at this time. You have all come together for each other. That is gift for your dad. Remember the good memories and tell those stories over and over again. While your dad struggled with pain and illness for many years, he yearned to be freed up from that so he could be even more for each of you. I know he ❤️ loved you greatly. He often spoke of how proud he was of you, his children. And, Margaret, you will always be the love of his life even into eternity. Rest in the arms of your God, Doug, where there is no more pain or suffering. Watch over your family. When we are visited by a cardinal, we will know it is you once again touching our hearts. Sending my love, prayers and a warm hug. ... Sharon Pollnow

 

Dr. Joel Nelson posted on 4/27/20

Dear Dorsey Family: Mrs. Nelson and I pray that the Lord continues to comfort you all during this unsettling time. A poem I like is, "We don't know what tomorrow brings, we only know this minute. But Jesus does say, 'This is the way!' so by faith we walk in it." Mr. Dorsey now leads the way to heaven for all of us, like he led the way to Jesus for so many of us while he was on this earth. It was my distinct privilege and a great, personal blessing to have worked, prayed, learned, and laughed with Jimmie. Jesus keep you all!

 

 

Tanisha spivey posted on 4/27/20

Cousin I love you soooo much. I hate this happened to you. You will truly missed.

 

Fr Ralph Gross posted on 4/27/20

Muriel and Family, I want to express my condolences at the death of Russ. He was one super guy here on earth. He will be even more awesome in his new residence in heaven because the Lord will be rewarding him for the meaningful life he lived among us. He will continue being surrounded by music in heaven. He will like that. You are all in my prayers. This week I will offer a Mass in my apartment for him and you. Love, Fr Ralph

 

Patricia Kappel posted on 4/27/20

My sympathies to Gracie and the entire Alcantara Family for the passing of Raul. I had the pleasure of knowing and working with Raul at MATC and was always impressed with his kindness. The loss of this gentle soul leaves a void in the lives of those who were blessed to have known him.

 

Thomas Eddinger posted on 4/27/20

Bela and Kris, You, your immediate families and your extended family are in our prayers. It is a wonderful thing for a saint to go to heaven to spend eternity with our Savior and all the other saints that have gone on before. It is not always easy for those of us who are left behind and will miss them terribly until we get to join them. I pray the Lord provides you comfort and peace through what is always a difficult time. The Lord’s blessings, Tom

 

 

Flavio y Patricia Pichardo posted on 4/27/20

Animo! Seguiremos unidos en oracion.

 

 

Alex Borchardt posted on 4/27/20

In memory of Raul Alcantara, Alex Borchardt lit a candle

 

 

Ricardo Zuno posted on 4/27/20

In memory of Raul Alcantara, Ricardo Zuno lit a candle

 

J. Alberto Cardenas posted on 4/27/20

For some special reason, some of our teachers come to occupy an important place in our lives, perhaps their self-denial, dedication, commitment, patience, wisdom ..... they influenced our way of "doing and saying things". Friend, you only got ahead of us, Thanks for all the change you made in us who knew you as friends. My sincere consolences to the entire Alcantara family. Mr. Cardenas

 

 

Benito y Sandra Garcia posted on 4/27/20

In memory of Raul Alcantara, Benito y Sandra Garcia lit a candle

 

Mary Nettesheim posted on 4/27/20

Gregg & Family, I am very sorry for your loss. Ruth was my first boss ever. She hired me in 1973 at Larkin Lumber. I was just out of high school. She was a great mentor in teaching me the ropes of working in the office. We had stayed friends all these years. I will always remember her singing and dancing in the office, she was very serious about her work but always added a little fun in the day. I also enjoyed it when Darwin would drop in. He was a real gentleman. Over the years I had visited her at her apartment and sent vacation postcards and Christmas cards. It was always fun visiting, we went over all our Larkin years. I noticed the last few times her memory was not too good, but we still had fun. When I could not get her by phone and it was eventually disconnected I knew something had happened. She was a great lady and I will miss her friendship.

 

michael rosen posted on 4/27/20

R.I.P. Raul Alcantara (March 28, 1956- April 18, 2020). Raul, a retired MATC faculty member, was active in AFT Local 212 and in the Latinx community. He died after a lengthy battle with COVID-19. Due to the social distancing guidelines, the visitation will be live-streamed from Our Lady Queen of Peace Catholic Church on Monday, April 27, 2020, from 11:00 AM – 11:45 AM. A Mass of Christian Burial will also be live-streamed at 12:00 PM. An entombment at St. Adalbert Catholic Cemetery is to follow. https://www.krausefuneralhome.com/obituary/raul-alcantara/ Raul was a widely respected, a life-long educator. He began his career in Milwaukee as an educational professional at South Division High School. At MATC he taught mathematics. He retired only two years ago. Rail was also a union activist repeatedly representing MATC’s faculty and professional staff union, AFT Local 212, at numerous state conventions. His commitment to education and justice extended beyond MATC into the community where he was engaged in urging Latinx youth to pursue higher education and to enroll in MATC. “Raul had a quiet intensity,” recalled Frank Shansky, Local 212’s retired Director of Labor Relations. ”He didn't say a lot, but when he spoke, people listened. Whether it was a picket line in the hallways, a rally outside or a May Day march with Voces de la Frontera, Raul was one of the first people I called, because I knew if he wasn't teaching, he'd be there. I didn't have to win him over on the need for solidarity or the need to support the struggles of others outside MATC. His life experiences taught him to be a fighter, not just for himself and his family, but for others in need.” Alcantara was recognized and respected for his community engagement. In the mid 1980’s Raul and his wife, Graciela, were awarded the Milwaukee Spanish Journal’s Community Service Award for their dedication and contribution to the Annual Hispanic Family Picnic according to H. Nelson Goodson, the former Spanish Journal Editor. He participated in many of Voces' May Day marches and in other battles for immigrant rights. Shansky recalled, “After we both retired, I would run into Raul and Graciela at the grocery store. The first thing they would do is ask how our kids were and when we could get together. They were the perfect team; Raul with his soft-spoken nature and Graciela, always bubbly and outgoing. This disease has taken one of the truly good people on this earth. His passing is tragic. But we should celebrate the life Raul lived and the people, especially his students, whose lives he touched.“ He leaves behind his beloved wife Graciela (nee Covarrubias) Alcantara and two sons, Juan C. (Cleotilde) and Gustavo (Adriana Ramirez). May his memory be a blessing.

 

Jake and Candy Karau posted on 4/27/20

Dear Bela and family: We will miss your Mary so very much. She always greeted us with a smile and open arms of friendship and she had a quick wit and warm smile we always enjoyed. She was a loved lady, who gave all of you and especially her grandchildren, every ounce of love and caring she had in her. She will be missed.... Jake and Candy

 

TOM J NORRIS posted on 4/27/20

To the family of Larry Kubisiak - I worked with Larry for several years in the late 70's putting up fences for MPS. I learned from him the value of doing the job right; the pride in good workmanship - he was a mentor to me. He talked about his family often, shared stories - was very proud of everyone. Larry was a very good man - my condolences to the family.

 

Tim Follansbee posted on 4/27/20

So sorry to hear this news. He was a great man and will be missed. Thinking of the whole family during this very hard time.

 

Robert Schultz posted on 4/27/20

I was a trumpet player at West Milwaukee High School from 1974 to1977. Your father was a great teacher and a true friend. He taught me more than just music. I will miss him but he will always be in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Angela "Kovacic" Andersen posted on 4/27/20

It was deep sadness when I heard the news of Mr. Neau's passing. If you were one of his students you will always have a special place in your heart for Don. He always cared and was always available to talk with his students and those who were not his students and pass on great advice. He loved music and made the 4 years of West Milwaukee HS Band the best!!! No one could forget his passion regarding Marching Band and all the formations he came up with. He was a teacher of music but a teacher of life lessons as well. When I think back to WeMiHi, Don is always one of those teachers who instantly pop into your thoughts. My deepest condolences to his family and may Don join the band that plays on forever. RIP you will be missed

 

sophia scott-poss posted on 4/27/20

i miss you daddy.

 

James Kelly posted on 4/27/20

Dr. P, Steve, Kris, Tom, Kathy- I can't tell you how saddened I am at your loss. Mary was lovely and always so kind to me. It is agonizing not to be able to pay my respects in person. My family is praying for yours. God Bless.

 

 

Martha Contreras posted on 4/26/20

In memory of Raul Alcantara, Martha Contreras lit a candle

 

Linda Perez (Covarrubias) posted on 4/26/20

Raul was a brother to me, he was one of a kind! He was our tired-less dancer at our family parties! We would dance and dance, he would always enjoy my food and loved my cooking! He called me little Sister! He was a big part of our family. We will forever miss him! Our family is grieving greatly for his passing. No words can ease up for the pain! Our Lord decided it was the time for him to be by his side and take him out of his pain! May God Jesus give us all peace in our hearts!... Brother until we meet again and hugs to heaven! Raul R.I.P.

 

Hetty Reisner Tollefsen posted on 4/26/20

Cyndie was too young to be taken away from her earthly family. Love to all!

 

Cindy Best (Masch) posted on 4/26/20

OMG...I have always had this man in my thoughts...he was a huge part of my life since 5th grade! He was my band teacher at Pershing and again at WeMiHi.....he wasn't only a great teacher, but an awesome human being! He always had time for his students and always had the right advice. He meant the world to me and made high school worth getting up for each day!! I'm so sad that I never got to see him again and tell him how much he meant to me. RIP!! Thoughts and prayers with and for the family. Godspeed Mr. Music!

 

Rose Noack posted on 4/26/20

Dear Bela, You and Mary have been precious friends to me. Mary was so kind and so sweet; I loved her dearly. She will be greatly missed. With love and prayers for your consolation, Rose

 

Kathleen Lively posted on 4/26/20

Bela, I'm so sorry to hear this news. I'm sending prayers for you and your family during this sad time.

 

Bill Stenzel posted on 4/26/20

I was deeply saddened to hear of Don's passing. He was a lifelong friend with a good heart. My best memory of Don is the day he was best man at my wedding in Madison, Wisconsin, in 1967. Don had the wonderful ability to never let you take yourself too seriously and yet do it in a way that expressed a genuine concern for your well being. I will miss him but still have the memories of the many good times we shared in Kenosha.

 

Beth Graf posted on 4/26/20

What can I saw about a class act who helped so many people in his life and did it with fun and flare! I feel so blessed to have worked with Russ for 10+ years and then reconnected after more than 25 years! Blessed to have had my special day reminiscing with Russ and my granddaughter chatted with Muriel. We walked to the lake and had the best day! Upper Tannery was and Heaven is a better place because of Russ!

 

Deborah Weaver posted on 4/26/20

I'm so sorry to hear of Mary's passing. My condolences to the entire family.

 

Kathleen Kugi-Tom posted on 4/26/20

My deepest sympathies to the family. Mr. Neau was one of the great 3 for Lancer Band and had a pretty big impact on my life. I appreciate the fact that he became one of the directors and really formed a great experience for many of us during that time. His dedication and care for many of the members of the band was wonderful. His sense of humor, his caring advice, and his way of pushing you to be better are things I have always remembered about my time in the band. There are so few like him and that group of men.

 

Dick Matschke posted on 4/26/20

Gordy taught me a lot 1957 - 1960 when it was still Smith's Shell. Had tons of good times away from work, but also at work. Bowling followed by Real Chili down on Wells. Every day he gave me a couple of bucks to next door to the bakery for Hard Rolls and butter. He taught me how to drive stick shift and overhaul automatic transmissions and most important he taught me a lot about life. Quite a guy.

 

 

Cindy Bates posted on 4/26/20

My heart goes out to my family I love y’all and praying for you all

 

Dennis and Linnea Fischer posted on 4/26/20

Dear Bela, Our hearts go out to you with deepest sympathy at this most difficult time. Mary was a wonderful, warm and kind-hearted friend. It was a joy to be with her. We always looked forward to seeing her on Saturdays for "bagel time" with friends. Words cannot express how much we will all miss her. You and your family are in our hearts and prayers. Dennis and Linnea

 

Kathleen posted on 4/26/20

Please accept my sincere condolences to the passing of Don Neau to family & friends. Mr Neau was my homeroom, band & helped keep me safe in high school. He really was a very caring & funny person. Loved his coke in a can & looked after many students while trying to show/teach us the beauty through learning & playing music.

 

Leann Kehr Harwitz posted on 4/26/20

My sympathies and condolences to his entire family at this time. I am one of so many of his students and yes, he was truly my favorite high school teacher! I hope the wonderful memories and his honorable legacy provides some comfort right now and in the days ahead.

 

Craig Omick posted on 4/26/20

I am devastated to hear this heartbreaking news of Don’s passing. Don, to me, was a life lesson teacher, an excellent music teacher, an inspiration & a great friend. There is so much to thank him for as the teaching manifest till this very day. I’m blessed to be a full time musician with the skill sets he helped lay the foundation for in my career. I’m glad I had the opportunity to tell him thank you in person & on the phone. I wish I could tell him again, “thank you Don”. I’ll also miss his humor & his laugh. “Snargelfarquar” my friend Peace, Love & Music Craig Omick

 

 

Darian Spivey posted on 4/25/20

It truly breaks my heart my beautiful daughter is gone. I miss you so much and always will. Until we meet again, love you ❤️

 

 

Ava Adams Lovelace posted on 4/25/20

You will always be in my prayers

 

 

PJ posted on 4/25/20

In memory of James "Jim" N. Dugas, Jr., PJ lit a candle

 

PJ posted on 4/25/20

Thank you for everything you have done and given to me in this world, to the materialistic things and the life lessons. I often times took advantage of the times we spent together because I didn’t expect you to go anywhere anytime soon. I wanted you to see me walk across that stage and get my diploma, and I know you wanted to be there too. I will get that diploma for you and I will take the things you taught me throughout life. I’m going to miss coming back to steal cookies and you being there giving me a hard time. But more import a rly I’m missing you. I love you old man, always will. Rest in heaven Grandpa Jim.

 

 

Lorraine Cuningkin aka Dee posted on 4/25/20

Sending my Condulences and prayers to the family .

 

David Ellmann posted on 4/25/20

I am very saddened by this news. I remember Mr. Neau very well from West Milwaukee. He always treated me like an adult and dispensed some good advice that I still use to this day. RIP

 

Chris Bartlein posted on 4/25/20

Very sad to hear of this today. I was always hoping to run into him. I was a student of Don’s at West Milwaukee High School, a 1984 graduate. He was one of my favorite teachers. He commented some things to my mom at a parent teacher conference that I would think about often that made a huge difference in my life to this day. He saw more and believed in some people, more than they believed in themselves. Loved that guy!

 

Mike Ciardo posted on 4/25/20

My heart is broken.....He was not only a great music teacher, he was my friend. He taught me much more than music and I took those words of wisdom on throughout my life. His love for you kids was endless. He always called me WOP and I will truly miss him. Condolences.......

 

James R.Dove posted on 4/25/20

What A Great Loss To The World. Priscilla Will Be Deeply Missed, By Her Family, Classmates And Friends. James R.Dove Surprise,AZ 623-444-4146

 

Sue Launder-Becker posted on 4/25/20

Fore!

 

Sue Launder-Becker posted on 4/25/20

Love.

 

Sue Launder-Becker posted on 4/25/20

Miss you Dad!

 

Clarence Gildemeister posted on 4/25/20

Thoughts and prayers to the family. What a wonderful person, I think of her as an educator and not a teacher. She loved her students and was available throughout their educational years and after. She became a family friend over the years and Bethany and I will always remember her and the know we were blessed to have her in our lives.

 

 

Ola Faye Walker posted on 4/25/20

Rest in Paradise my dear friend; say hello to all of your family and my family who are there to meet you! I’ll always remember the fun times we spent together as girls growing up in the Bailey Quarters in Malvern and of course, our happy summer days visiting my aunt in Little Rock; we thought we were so grown up back then!. Thanks for your love and support; see you when the Lord calls me home to Heaven where we will be together for eternity!❤️❤️✝️

 

 

Otis & Jennifer posted on 4/25/20

Rest In peace❤

 

 

LaTanya Williams-Conner posted on 4/25/20

My sincere condolences to you all. With love, my prayers are with you.

 

Terry and Leslie Cooley posted on 4/25/20

Our deepest condolences to you, Grace, and all the Alcantara family. We will always remember Raul with fondness. He was a kind man with a wonderful smile. He always warmly welcomed us to your home and into the extended "family clan." You are in our prayers. Terry and Leslie

 

dennis, Katie, Johnny, Shayna & Deni krizan posted on 4/25/20

U were loved by my kids, open, friendly, full of energy & ideas. Hope you enjoy whatever's on the other side.

 

 

Jessica Balcerowski posted on 4/25/20

One of the most caring and impactful teachers I’ve ever had. May she rest peacefully and stay in our hearts.

 

 

Linda George posted on 4/25/20

Sincerest condolences to my extended family. I love you guys❤️

 

Denise Johnson posted on 4/25/20

My heartfelt prayers go out to all of the family of Priscilla, I will always remember her kindness towards me she was closer to me than my own sister in law and she will be missed.

 

 

Fannie Dickens Ready posted on 4/25/20

You have my deepest condolences of the loss of your beautiful sister. She was always a beautiful person to me and my family living across from each other was great, praying for you all. Much love to the Bishop Family. From the Dickens Family home time Malvern, Arkansas

 

Angela Person posted on 4/25/20

I am so sorry I did not know you passed Michael. No one told me so I did not have the opportunity to pay my respects to you when you passed. You are with our Lord Jesus Christ and God our Father. Rest in peace Michael as I know how hard you looked to find it. It was my pleasure to have known you, and you have found your peace at last. You really are in a better place now. Love, Angie

 

Mary and Norm Merz posted on 4/25/20

Gordy, thanks for all of the memories; the fun times, crazy pranks, the neighbor helping neighbor

 

 

Sidney Dugas posted on 4/25/20

In memory of James "Jim" N. Dugas, Jr., Sidney Dugas lit a candle

 

 

Sidney Dugas posted on 4/25/20

Dad, Life doesn't seem fair sometimes this is one of those times. The yard and houses are to quite without you here. I keep waiting for the hey Sidney take a look at this for me which translated to fix this for me, which will never come again.I want to thank you for making me the man I am today, and being there for me and my crew even tho at times we gave you attitude you were always there for us. I want you to know I love you, my crew loves you. You will be missed greatly, but you are home now with your mom and dad plus many others. Watch over the family and give us signs of your presents from time to time please.

 

 

Bethany Gildemeister posted on 4/24/20

In memory of Jennifer A. Statza, Bethany Gildemeister lit a candle

 

Bethany Gildemeister posted on 4/24/20

She was an amazing teacher and I will never forget her. My favorite memory of her involved a hippo. Condolences to the family.

 

 

Trista posted on 4/24/20

In memory of Priscilla Stovall, Trista lit a candle

 

 

Boyd and Christian Family posted on 4/24/20

In memory of Mrs. Dorothy Jean Chaney, Boyd and Christian Family lit a candle

 

Kristin posted on 4/24/20

My deepest condolences to the family. My daughter is a more confident, independent, and intelligent young lady from having the opportunity to have a few years with Mrs. Statza in our lives. I will be forever grateful for that beyond what I can ever put into words. Her light and spirit will live on through so many students in the same way. She was truly amazing.

 

Natasha Bishop posted on 4/24/20

I Love you with all my heart auntie, I will miss you always! Love your niece Natasha

 

 

Alicia King posted on 4/24/20

One of my favorite teachers to this day, still have a hippo stuffed animal named after her from elementary school days. Sending her family much thought and love.

 

 

Leslie M Perkins posted on 4/24/20

Our condolences to the family and friends from the Aderhold family and Perkins

 

Suzanne Nissen posted on 4/24/20

Oh my! I just saw her name in the City of Milwaukee news letter! Bernice and I were friends for many years! Worked with her at JCPenney. She will be missed! Love you Bernice! XO

 

Andy Nirschl posted on 4/24/20

I am so sad, but am happy that she can visit with Mom (Chick Nirschl) again now

 

Carrie Pruhs posted on 4/24/20

Dear Kris and Bela, I'm very sorry to hear of Mary's passing. Peace and love to you both and to your family. Take good care of yourselves during this difficult time. “Death is not extinguishing the light; it is only putting out the lamp because the dawn has come.” ― Rabindranath Tagore - Carrie Pruhs, Marquette University (Dental School and Graduate School, and Faculty-Staff Choir)

 

Patti Lee posted on 4/24/20

Aunt Arlene was one of the sweetest women I've ever known. You can see her goodness by the legacy of her children, Linda and David. They are good, loving and caring people in the spirit of their mother. I will remember her as a gentle soul with loving ways and a lovely sense of humor. She is surely with the angels and will feel at home among them. To her family I send much love and the deepest of condolences. Rest in joy and peace, Aunt Arlene.

 

Stacey & Kevin Durham posted on 4/24/20

We offer our sincerest condolences to Kelvin and the entire family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

 

Gene Brittain posted on 4/24/20

KC So very sorry to hear about your mom, she was a such wonderful, upbeat person! she always had a smile. I feel fortunate to have even of met her! Your mom's spirit will always live on!

 

 

Rose Marie hansen posted on 4/24/20

So sorry Terry & to your entire family in moms passing may she RIP

 

 

Chondra gilbert posted on 4/24/20

In memory of Mrs. Dorothy Jean Chaney, Chondra gilbert lit a candle

 

 

Bonnie Blad posted on 4/24/20

In memory of James "Jim" N. Dugas, Jr., Bonnie Blad lit a candle

 

 

Bonnie Blad posted on 4/24/20

So sorry for your loss, I know he will be missed dearly, my prayers go out to Kathy, my sister and her children and extended family. We love you.

 

Iris Williams posted on 4/24/20

With my love, from my Kids and I we will truly miss you. Love always, Iris

 

Roz Britton posted on 4/24/20

Our thoughts, prayers, and love go out to the family of Sister Jessie Peer. Sister Peer will be truly missed. I remember her as having a quiet demeanor and spirit with a hint of humor. From her beautiful Sunday hats to her sporty Packer wear (only on the Sundays we had "sports theme wear" and she was a die-hard Packer fan), she had style. May God bless and keep you all.

 

 

Angela Palmisano posted on 4/24/20

In memory of Kenneth Hopkinson, Angela Palmisano lit a candle

 

Angela Palmisano posted on 4/24/20

Doreen and Family, I am so very sad. I have many shared memories with you about Ken and your family. Peace be with you and Doreen. You are in my prayers at this difficult time. Angela Palmisano

 

 

Jim and Sue McNeely posted on 4/24/20

In memory of Gordon "Gordy" J. Spalding, Jim and Sue McNeely lit a candle

 

Karen Sullivan Sensel posted on 4/24/20

Such a heartbreaking loss. Jenny had such an infectious laugh & a smile that lit up a room. Our Mothers have been best friends since grade school so I knew Jenny for a long time. My heartfelt condolences to her entire family. Reading all of the memories so many are sharing here, she touched SO many lives in her too short time here on earth. She has her angel wings now. May she rest peacefully & may her family find comfort in the lives she touched far & wide. God Bless

 

Beverly A Gilbert posted on 4/24/20

I am saddened by the loss of my dear friend. May God be with you and your family. I enjoyed talking with your mother and will miss her deeply.

 

Jane Theune-Baillargeon posted on 4/24/20

My sincerest condolences to the family. Jen was a hardworking, energetic educator and supportive friend. She will be deeply missed.

 

Judy Magee posted on 4/24/20

Dear Bela, Tom, and entire family, My sincere sympathy in the death of your dear Mary. She was such a kind person and friend in high school. God bless you and may Jesus give you peace and comfort in your grief. May Mary rest in peace, until you meet again. Sincerely, Judy Magee

 

 

Ernesto Zavala posted on 4/24/20

Graciela y Familia Alcantara Nuestro más sentido pesame, deseamos que Dios le dé fortaleza a ti y a toda la familia. Con cariño Ernesto, Jaqueline y familia. Salmo 34:19 El Señor está cerca de las almas que sienten aflicción y salva a los de espíritu abatido.

 

Mae D Killebrew-Mosley posted on 4/24/20

Linda, My heart goes out to you and the family. I certainly understand where you guys are having experienced this loss myself. I pray that God will help you find peace and over time, bring smiles to your face when you remember the joy Sister Peer brought into the lives of so many. Love you all. Mae Killebrew-Mosley 12742 Shady Ridge Lane Farragut, TN 37934

 

 

Lenore posted on 4/24/20

My heart goes out to all of you. So sorry to hear this.

 

 

Brentwood Church of Christ, Visitation Group posted on 4/24/20

Our Sweet Beloved Sister Peer, will be greatly missed! Family, we knew her love for God, you and the church. So we encourage you to continue the legacy she's left behind. We ask you, how is it possible to think of her, and not remember her grace and wit? Today as many of us (though not physically present due to circumstances) celebrate her life, we cannot help but to smile! Even behind the tears. Whether it be for something she said or did, to make us laugh! Please be encouraged! Whenever you are feeling sad, think of something she have said or would've said. Even if it's her telling you, "You might want to stop that crying, I'm just saying.... then whispers under her breathe (so u could hear it of course) ....mmmm um, looking a hot mess!" Family, you were blessed that God chose you to be a part of her lineage, but we were also blessed_ to call her our dear sister in Christ! Yet, because she was your mom, grandma, aunt and etc., we know you have many stories to tell. Those stories were seeds_ that God allowed her to plant in your hearts_ to bring you through the challenging days! Please share her stories with us! We love, pray and wish you Godly Peace! ~Brentwood Church of Christ, Visitation Group

 

Melody Wilson posted on 4/24/20

I know this is a difficult day. Sending you much love from South Carolina. I will pray that you find strength and some comfort in the legacy and precious memories that were made with Aunt Dot and May they all live forever. Love you guys! Your cousin Melody Wilson

 

Albert l davis jr posted on 4/24/20

May god bless you i love just like mother rest in peace

 

Mary Polzin posted on 4/24/20

Dear Miller Family, It was so sad to read about your Mom and Grandma’s passing. I will remember fondly the times that she and I went out for lunch and shopping and other fun things. She was a most wonderful neighbor and friend. And so very thoughtful. The day after I moved ito my condo, she rang my doorbell and brought over a delicious coffee cake. She was a wonderful caregiver to Jake. The portrait that you selected is beautiful. Very fitting for a beautiful person. May God give you peace and comfort, knowing that Carol is with her Lord and Savior forever. Love from Mary Polzin

 

 

Viridiana Flores posted on 4/23/20

Graciela siento mucho la partida de su esposo Raul, fue un gran ser humano y nos dejo enseñanzas inolvidable a muchos de los que tuvimos la fortuna de ser sus estudiantes, en lo personal le aprecie mucho y siempre estare agradecida por su tiempo y dedicacion cuando curse clases con el, le mando un fuerte abrazo.

 

Terry Stencel posted on 4/23/20

Our deepest sympathy to the entire Piacsek family. Mary was a good friend, wonderful conversationalist, and we truly enjoyed spending Saturday mornings with her and our bagel group. With love, Terry and Evelyn Stencel

 

 

Mario y Genia posted on 4/23/20

I have many memories and each one always has him smiling, peaceful,helpful always willing to help someone. I will miss him Dearly and have missed him. The First memory was when he arrived to the states and to our home. Never would have imagined we were so much alike. Tia ,J.C Gus and families receive our deepest sympathy you are not alone in your pain. We will have you in prayer. Love the Ruvalcaba's

 

Shirley Barnes posted on 4/23/20

To Mrs. Dorsey and the Bereaved Family on behalf of the Arms Family (The Late Cecil & Leona Arms) we exted our heartfelt condolences with reverenced to the passing of a dear friend named Jimmie. Jimmie Dorsey was a member of ourr father's baseball team "The Blue Jays" as a teen and spent much time with our family. He was a good friend of our brother Cecil. He was loved and admired by many. Rest in peace. And may the comfort of God be with Mrs. Dorsey and the Bereaved family and friends The Arms Family

 

Phillis Seals posted on 4/23/20

We are so sorry we are not able to be there with you all just know in are hearts and prayers we are there we love you and together we will get through this God bless you always love Phillis and Rashad

 

Susan Ruggles posted on 4/23/20

I was very sad to hear of Raul's passing. My condolences to you, Graciela, and the Alcantera family. I hope this photo will remind you of better times at MATC -- it's from a union social event in 2012. The two of you always looked so happy together. Love always.

 

Mary Olson posted on 4/23/20

To my cousin Jimmy, my heart is forever with you. I can't help but think you will find my Dad, and Cory will find you both, I miss you all. To Kathy, stay strong, I'm here for you.

 

Andrea D McClain posted on 4/23/20

My Sincere Sympathies. I Pray GOD will strengthen you Tina, Darren and Puppet. Love ya!

 

 

Alexis willis posted on 4/23/20

You will be missed thank you for everything you have done for everyone we love you!

 

Lynn Bayer Lenz posted on 4/23/20

Sorry to hear of Sue's passing. May the laughter and love you shared get you through these though times. My prayers are with you and your family. Lynn

 

 

christopher dugas posted on 4/23/20

love you grandpa.

 

 

Levon Dugas posted on 4/23/20

In memory of James "Jim" N. Dugas, Jr., Levon Dugas lit a candle

 

 

christopher dugas posted on 4/23/20

In memory of James "Jim" N. Dugas, Jr., christopher dugas lit a candle

 

Bill & Dorothy Bushell posted on 4/23/20

To all of Rich McGuire's Family: Our heartfelt condolences to all of you at this time. We were high school classmates of Rich's and just got together with him last December to celebrate his birthday. It was a fun and happy get together. Bill is going to miss him as a golf partner in the St. Catherine's Class of '63 Golf Outing. Our Sympathies, Bill & Dorothy Bushell

 

Mackenzie posted on 4/23/20

From the warm hearts of the Corbitt family to you all at this precious time of bereavement we send our deepest condolences and sympathy and extend in any way a helping hand if needed be blessed stay strong and lean on God’s unchanging favor for his mercy endures forever- The Corbitt’s

 

 

Tina Fonseca posted on 4/23/20

In memory of James "Jim" N. Dugas, Jr., Tina Fonseca lit a candle

 

Linda Bonds posted on 4/23/20

I am so sorry for your loss. We had great memories with you girls and Alex. The sleepovers, the lovebirds , the teacher conferences. Cyndie was always laughing and smiling, and caring. God bless you all, and may you find comfort in all your loving memories. The Bonds Family

 

Kathy Polacheck posted on 4/23/20

Al was a good friend, colleague and blessed many pulmonary patient with his wisdom. He volunteered in Pulmonary Rehab for Ascension-Wauwatosa for many years, comforting patients and explaining how to improve their breathing. He told them change took time and not to be discouraged. They always listened to what he had to say as he lived and breathed it everyday. He blessed us all with his presence and he will be deeply missed. Deepest sympathies to all his family who he proudly showed pictures of and shared his love for all of you.

 

Dianne Clay posted on 4/23/20

My Condolence you’re will always be in my heart Rest In Peace love your niece and family.God Blessing

 

Michael Lukasavitz posted on 4/23/20

Kelvin and family. I am so sorry for your loss. I would like to offer you and your family our deepest and most sincere condolences. Mike and Ellen Lukasavitz

 

 

Roberta Aleem posted on 4/23/20

In memory of James "Jim" N. Dugas, Jr., Roberta Aleem lit a candle

 

G Irizarry posted on 4/23/20

My sincere condolences to the Dorsey Family on the recent passing of Jimmie. I just wanted to say that J.D. was a very kind soul and a joyful person. I had the opportunity to work with him when assigned to cases in his patrol district. You knew everything was under control when Sgt J.D was on the scene supervising his officers. Our city just lost one of the few greats in MPD history and I hope his legacy and thought process on Law Enforcement will be carried on by all those he mentored. The one thing I will always remember was the aroma of his cigar as he stepped out of his squad over the years. Also, his laugh or a quick joke to break the tension during incidents on the street. He did a lot for his community over the years and will be missed by all who knew him. So, I will pray for J.D., his family and friends so that they may comfort one another during this time of sorrow. J.D. may you R.I.P as you travel on your new journey, hopefully it will be a sunny place that has nice beach and cigars for you to cherish. G. Irizarry

 

 

Tammy posted on 4/23/20

I love u old man

 

Tammy posted on 4/23/20

Every day has been an absolute struggle. Just thinking I won’t be able to hear you yell Katy to mom or yell at one of us kids about getting our mail to our own homes. Your laugh will always be remembered. That’s for sure. I look at your grandson and see nothing but you. From the times we didn’t see eye to eye or when you went along with it because you knew I would learn from the mistake. I know you heard me and felt me before you left. I hate to see you cry as you hated to see any of us kids to cry. I will do my best to stay “Dugas Strong” as that’s how the women are supposed to be. This moment is hard because you were given back to your parents way to soon. I hope I made you proud and hope to continue to make you proud. Every now and then when you find time send me another joke or something just so I know your around. I love you Dad and I will do my best to stay by Moms side.

 

The Holliday Family posted on 4/23/20

Our deepest condolences to Kelvin and the entire Chaney family. Your mom will be missed. Our prayers are with you all.

 

The Wilkerson Family posted on 4/23/20

My deepest condolences to the entire Chaney family during this difficult time.

 

Chelsea Kolterjahn posted on 4/23/20

Aunt Toni had a big heart and a beautiful soul. She will be greatly missed. ❤

 

 

Chelsea Kolterjahn posted on 4/23/20

I will miss you, Aunt Toni, but I'm so happy to know you'll be in heaven with my dad and all our other family members who are with you now. Love you! ❤

 

 

Jacqueline Humphrie posted on 4/23/20

My sincere condolences to Ms. Statza's family. I had the pleasure of working with Ms. Statza in her business concept class. She was an outstanding teacher and always had the class interested and entertained in what she was communicating to them. I must admit she even had me focused (smile). She always had a smile on her face and was always polite. I'm going to miss that. I'm praying for the family's strength.

 

Cathy Pawelski posted on 4/22/20

Rip Jimmy I will always remember that laugh! All the great times we all had together at Remember When! Love you my dear friend!

 

Jo Powers Biddle posted on 4/22/20

Adrian, Ayla and Alex Please accept my condolences for the loss of your beloved mother. I worked with your mother at Lutheran Social Services during the years that each of you were born. We also worked together at Catholic Charities. She was caring, compassionate and so very creative. In more recent years, we met for lunches and she loved sharing stories about each of you. I will miss her. Blessings to each of you.

 

Tracy Clemens posted on 4/22/20

I am sorry to hear about your loss. You are all in my thoughts.

 

Jamie Washam posted on 4/22/20

Cyndie was such a creative and thoughtful person. She loved her children beyond life and was fiercely proud of each of them and the people they became. She took in active interest in the world around her, and then worked to make it even better. Cyndie was considerate in every sense of the world. She was a remarkable woman and the world is better for her having been in it. Rest in Power.

 

Sheranne Dampier posted on 4/22/20

What a beautiful video tribute for a beautiful woman. We were good friends in the 70’s. I knew Toni through her sister Patty. We would go out and have a good time together but life happens and we lost track. I kept up with her through Patty and I was so saddened to hear about her illness. She was a loving daughter, sister, mother, wife and friend. I will always remember this amazing lady. God Bless you Toni.

 

linda derosa posted on 4/22/20

I will always remember you as Joe’s dad _-my Joe and your Joe are still lifelong friends -love to your family -Linda DeRosa-

 

Stephen Caravella posted on 4/22/20

It was an honor to have known this man. My condolences to you all at this difficult time.

 

Sue Schwindt posted on 4/22/20

My head is still spinning. I woke up the other day to a text from a fellow educator informing me of the passing of Mrs Statza. I still cannot believe it! I was so lucky to get to work with her at Lincoln. She was such an AMAZING educator/ friend. She really went above and beyond when it came to anything for the students! One of my best memories of her happen when a group of staff members decided to go get tattoos after school one day. She wasn’t getting a tattoo, but there were several of us getting tattoos. She came along as moral support, and brought along a bunch of snacks. We took over the entire tatto place. Jen made it so fun. It was more like a party with her there. She was always up for anything that meant having fun no matter what. She will be missed. Prayers and hugs to her family. Rest Easy my dear friend Jen!!!

 

 

Larry and Michelle Zwieg posted on 4/22/20

Are hearts are broken along side yours. We will always remember Jenny’s sweet personality and contagious smile. Love to all of the Statza family.

 

Marion Brandau posted on 4/22/20

How happy Ruth must be to see her Lord and loved ones, especially Debby. "She is clothed with strength and dignity, she can laugh at the days to come" (Proverbs 31:25}. In Christian Love, Marion Brandau

 

 

Larry and Michelle Zwieg posted on 4/22/20

In memory of Jennifer A. Statza, Larry and Michelle Zwieg lit a candle

 

Catherin bertolin posted on 4/22/20

Mixed feelings of relief and sadness must be overwhelming at times. I'm sorry for your loss.

 

John and Susie Miller posted on 4/22/20

Joe, we are very sorry to hear about your mom. It sounds like she lived a nice full life and all of you in the family will miss her. We will be thinking of you! Peace to her and you and your family.

 

jane fetchko posted on 4/22/20

I worked with Jenny on the science and social studies committee. She was always so encouraging and positive. Her energy, smile, and enthusiasm has left a hole in many lives. She will be missed.

 

Mary Kanno posted on 4/22/20

Our family is so sad to hear of Cyndie’s passing. She had the best smile, and was such a kind, generous and loving person. We hope that the wonderful memories you have of her bring you peace. All our love, Mary, Amanda, Molly & Joey Mattefs

 

 

Daniel-Eli Cevilla posted on 4/22/20

Kind, loving, attentive, caring, adventurous, goofy, and intelligent. A ray of sunshine in any room. He will be missed but never forgotten.

 

The Lee Family posted on 4/22/20

Juan, Cleo and the Alcantara Family: We are so sorry for your loss. Although we can't be together physically, we are thinking of you all, and keeping you in our prayers. It was always so nice to see your Dad at the boys' games. May his memory be a blessing. The Lee Family

 

Rita Dern posted on 4/22/20

Cyndi's was a friend since kindergarten. I remember her fondly as being kind hearted, intelligent and genuine. I am sorry for her family and friends and pray God's grace will bring you comfort. There will be a void on this Earth. Until we meet again.

 

Billie Jo Alexander posted on 4/22/20

My thoughts and prayers are with you Heidi.

 

 

Sindy Ruhe posted on 4/22/20

Rest peacefully Jim. Keep watch over all left behind. You will be missed by many. Thanx for loving my kids too.

 

 

Ethan Swancer posted on 4/22/20

In memory of Ian T. Young, Ethan Swancer lit a candle

 

Lori Schweitzer posted on 4/22/20

My friend Jenny! OMG I am in such shock. My heart hurts along with sooooo many others right now! You lit up the room when you were in it. You warmed the hearts of many. Your light is now shining on us. Love, hugs and peace to Mark and your family! Your friends are here for you, reach out any time.

 

 

Bruce kassulke posted on 4/22/20

R.I.P Ms. Statza you were a wonderful person and a very helpful teacher and I hope with everyone that knew her that she could live on in their memories

 

 

Sophia Thompson posted on 4/21/20

So is a life: May you touch dragonflies and stars, dance and talk to Christ as you walk around heaven as those left behind celebrate you Aunt Dot. In loving memory, Sophia Thompson (niece)

 

Roberto Esqueda posted on 4/21/20

Raul que dios te tenga en su Santa gloria te vamos a estrañar mucho una muy buena persona y como maestro que ni se diga uno de los. Mejores Raúl descansa en paz

 

Heather Imsdahl posted on 4/21/20

Aunt Cyndie was the fun Aunt. Many wonderful memories. She will be missed

 

 

Niko Amir posted on 4/21/20

You will be missed. Love you.

 

Christine posted on 4/21/20

Toni was a great lady! She was able to make me everyone around her to smile. Her random acts of kindness made my day more than once and I feel blessed to have known her. Plus she birthed my Bff.

 

Elizabeth Weston posted on 4/21/20

It saddens me deeply to learn of the passing of Emmanouel. I work at the Shorewood fitness center and talked with him daily. He was a wonderful man and always made everyones day. I loved our conversations and will miss him dearly. My condolences go to all of his family who he loved so incredibly much. Rest In Peace my beautiful friend.

 

MARY Lofton posted on 4/21/20

I wish I could be there for y’all......only God knows the pain you are in.....hang in there...LOVE YALL !!!!

 

 

Chad posted on 4/21/20

It was a pleasure to have known you. Always a smile and never short on entertainment. Until we meet again. Much Love, ❤

 

 

Lisa & Terry Geise posted on 4/21/20

So sorry for your loss

 

Dr. Alfredo Cintron posted on 4/21/20

My heartfelt sympathy to Graciela and all the family at this difficult time. May God's peace and blessing be with each of you.

 

Mike Molloy posted on 4/21/20

Alex had such a pleasant demeanor, I can’t imagine he would ever have been mean to anyone in his life. He was part of our organizing committee as a brain tumor patient!! He will be sorely missed.

 

 

Katherine posted on 4/21/20

My heartfelt condolences to you Tina and to your husband and to all who were blessed by your daughter whose light still shines on. Hold on to your memories and cherish the gift she gave everyone on how to finish the race strong. God bless you all.

 

 

Dimitrious Foster posted on 4/21/20

It was pleasure to have known Jennifer Statza. Jen was a good friend and colleague. She was always smiling and joking. She was full of knowledge and creativity. I admire Jen for the abundant love she gave to her students. My sincere condolences to the family. DF

 

Judy Benson posted on 4/21/20

I met Peggy a winter day several years ago when she stopped me as I was walking my dog. I lived down the street and hadn’t been in the neighborhood too long. She wondered whether I played Bunco(I never had) and convinced me that I should give it a try. Apparently she was the “recruiter” and that began several years now of very pleasant monthly evenings. She was always upbeat even when I am sure that things were difficult for her. I am so sorry and I will miss her. My condolences to the family.

 

 

Gabriella Arrona posted on 4/21/20

She was always a great person. I am glad to say I had her as my GCT teacher and she was great. I remeber this time when we made stress balls made out of ballon and Oobleck. That was fun. I miss her.

 

 

Renee Statza posted on 4/21/20

In memory of Jennifer A. Statza, Renee Statza lit a candle

 

isabella sciortino posted on 4/21/20

He was my great grandpa my name is in there

 

 

Latavia posted on 4/21/20

In memory of Quinisha Quinette Spivey, Latavia lit a candle

 

Beth E Novak posted on 4/21/20

Jenny and I were friends since we met in the 4th grade when we were 8 years old. I have a lifetime of precious memories of our oh so many adventures, deep conversations and countless laughs! She was an amazing person who inspired, touched and loved so many. I have always been honored to be called her friend. Mary, (the late Allen), Greg. Mark, Alison and Carolyn. You were the wind beneath her wings. Now she's the wind beneath our wings, as she forever remains alive in our hearts. Much love to you and to all who had the honor to know her. - Beth

 

 

Joshua McVey posted on 4/21/20

I am deeply saddened by the news of your loss. I pray that God will grant you the strength. My most sincere condolences. -Josh M

 

Anthony Dugas posted on 4/21/20

Dad I love you and I’m lost right now, but I can here you saying to me “Tony I’m ok“ I’m trying to stay strong because that’s how you raised us but it’s tuff man. Thanks for the 37 years you were in my life. I love you dad.

 

John and Helen Hawes posted on 4/21/20

R.I.P. Jim, I will forever hear your laugh

 

 

WMIS Sunshine posted on 4/21/20

Statza was an amazing teacher who cared about every single one of the students at WMIS. She would go out of her way to make each of them feel loved and safe. She made each of us better teachers, students, and people. She will forever be missed.

 

Noah Leigh posted on 4/21/20

Mrs Statza was a fantastic teacher. I first met her when teaching a class on the paranormal through the recreation department and the culmination of that class was an investigation of what was Lincoln Intermediate where she was a teacher at the time. She was interested in our process and the paranormal and wanted to participate in the investigation. As a scientist myself, she liked learning about how I applied my training to conducing a paranormal investigation. This interaction launched into a friendship where I was invited back to speak to some of her classes about how I applied science to my investigations which continued as recently as this last fall. It was always a privilege to work with her. Mrs. Statza was also my son's GCT teacher at Wilson up until this year. He always loved the projects and ideas Mrs. Statza came up with to spark his interest and get him thinking. I know my son wasn't the only student that she inspired. Mrs. Statza had a passion for teaching and science and it showed through in all that she did. She always had a smile on her face and was wonderful to work with. Needless to say, she is gone too soon and will be very much missed. My family and I extend our deepest condolences to you during this incredibly difficult time.

 

 

KATHARYNE DARM posted on 4/21/20

Grandma, I will miss you. You are at peace now.

 

Judith Pinchar Berkowski posted on 4/21/20

My sympathies to you all for the loss of such a vibrant spirit as Aunt Marion. I have wonderful happy memories of parties at the Pinchar home, lots of fun, laughter and joy. I found this picture of both she and Uncle John and it captured how I always think of them both, smiling and joyful. In this very sad time, I hope that your wonderful memories that you have shared and others that you hold will comfort you. Be well.

 

 

Student posted on 4/21/20

In memory of Jennifer A. Statza, Student lit a candle

 

Student posted on 4/21/20

I’d rather have this anonymous but she was a great lady, I had the chance to know cause she would help out with STEM projects and science!! She would also host our spelling bees! She was a nice funny person! I. Didn’t work with her ouch but it broke my heart when I heard she had passed!! I hope her family is coping with this well!!

 

 

Yasmine Maldonado posted on 4/21/20

In memory of Jennifer A. Statza, Yasmine Maldonado lit a candle

 

Yasmine Maldonado posted on 4/21/20

Mrs. Statza was honestly more of a bestfriend then just a teacher for me. I remember the first day she started assisting Ms. Anzia with educating us, I was having a very bad day and I thought nobody noticed. I felt alone and like I had nobody. I continued to my seat but to my surprise, I was stopped. “Hey, is there anything wrong sweetheart ?” she asked, curiously. I was surprised she even noticed my melancholic values. My eyes lit up in desperation as my mind filled with a billion words and I couldn’t get one out. I knew she could tell because she then said, “It’s okay if it’s hard to talk about it, if you want, you can sit over at this table and just write me a note explaining how you feel.” So that’s what I did. Then, after class was done, I got up, walked over to her, handed her the note, and left. Later that day she came into one of my evening classes and asked for a word with me. She told me that it’s okay to feel like this but it’s not okay to keep feelings bottled up inside. She told me that she’ll always be there for me. And she kept her word for it because I started talking to her more and more everyday and she was ALWAYS there for me when I needed someone. She was my bestfriend and my #1 supporter. This is extremely heartbreaking, my condolences to Mrs. Statza’s family and loved ones, may she rest in paradise. -Yasmine Maldonado

 

 

Patti White posted on 4/21/20

I extend my deepest sympathy to Nancy, Julie, Lynne, and all of Al's family. I share your sorrow in losing him so suddenly without the chance to say goodbye, and I wish you peace and comfort. I would like to share some of my thoughts at this time. I remember the first day I met Al as a patient some 14 or so years ago. He came to pulmonary rehab highly determined and motivated to achieve the quality of life that he wanted. I can remember noticing how strongly he felt about contributing in positive ways to the world, and that he wanted a purpose after retirement. We were so blessed to have him "adopt" us as his purpose. When he began to see improvements from participating in the rehab sessions, he invested himself further by becoming a volunteer for our cardiac and pulmonary rehab programs and became such an inspiration for other patients struggling with their chronic illness. He knew just how to talk to others about how to help themselves, and could do so in a way that health professionals cannot. We often called on him to connect with a patient who was more withdrawn. Al knew how to bring them out of their shell. He brought a reassuring and uplifting presence to all of us, patients and staff alike. We knew it would be a good day at work if Al would be there. He brought fun and laughter as well as smart ideas for improving efficiency in our workflow. We enjoyed so many social activities with Al over the years, holiday parties and various other celebrations, Hart Park Irish Fest concerts, beer garden gatherings after work, and more recently, quiet visits for tea at Colectivo near his home. He loved his family, and would proudly share photos and stories of his great grandchildren, as well as the accomplishments of other family members. He was a devoted husband to Nancy. She was always his first priority. He enjoyed interacting with the world through Facebook posts, which seemed to be chosen carefully to not only reflect his own values, but to also offer thought-provoking ideas to others. It is difficult to think about life without Al, he will be missed so very much by so many. I cherish my memories of him, and I look forward to celebrating his life when his memorial service is scheduled.

 

 

Simone posted on 4/20/20

The best science teacher I ever had she was full of joy and she pop it smiles on everyone's faces . I send condolences too her family and friends she was just the light of the day . May she rest in paradise she's a good soul gone too soon . R.I.P Mrs.Statza

 

 

Ana Colón posted on 4/20/20

My professor 33 years ago. An example of kindness, decency, competence and an inspiration to me. Thank you. May he RIP

 

Lisa posted on 4/20/20

So sorry for your loss. We loved Ms. Statza. She is the reason my boys love science to this day. I remember when she took 2 of my boys to the science competition in Madison. We are blessed to have known such an awesome teacher and great person. God bless. Lisa Salva mom of Eddie, Charlie and Joe Wood

 

 

Breana Gilbert posted on 4/20/20

In memory of Antonio "Nu-Nu" Javon Ard, Breana Gilbert lit a candle

 

 

Isabella ramczyk posted on 4/20/20

To my favorite teacher: you will be missed by so many of your students. you were such an awesome teacher. I miss you so much. ❤ may you rest in peace, much love isabella ramczyk❤

 

Alison Fine posted on 4/20/20

So sad. I was just thinking about Jenny this last week. She was a great friend. We will miss you Jenny. Alison

 

Alexis Kotlarek posted on 4/20/20

Hello, I’m a student in WMIS and I have known her since the beginning of the year. She has always made time to care about her students, whenever I or any student was sad she would always be there to help or support them. She would do anything to make a situation better if it were too sad or kids were angered. She was so nice to everyone she met and always had a heartwarming smile on her face. Every day I would go out of my way to say hello to her and see how her day has been going. She was one of the best teachers I have ever met and I’m so deeply saddened by her passing. We will all keep her in our hearts and she will be remembered forever.

 

 

Soto family posted on 4/20/20

Our condolences to your family may you find peace and strength in the Lord. God bless

 

Carter Allen posted on 4/20/20

She was a great teacher and she helped me a lot, students at wmis loved her, she will be missed by all, rip Mrs. Stanza. I hope heaven treats her well.

 

Jenny Kasun posted on 4/20/20

Dear Jen & Kristy, Sending my heartfelt condolences to you and your families at this difficult time. I loved reading about your father's accomplishments. You are in my thoughts, Jenny

 

 

Rita posted on 4/20/20

She was a loved teacher of mine and also a friend. She always encouraged my creative abilities even after I had graduated. Which at the time meant everything to me. Her smile and thearputic nature will be missed by many I'm sure. She gave me so many good memories, and I wish I hadn't taken for granted the nature of time. She was always about the kids. Giving them the best childhood she could possibly could at that time. Rest easy and always glow bright.

 

 

Gregg Nelson posted on 4/20/20

Sending my condolences to the family and loved ones of Mrs. Statza. She was a amazing teacher and person and I was so lucky to have her in my life. Thank you for all that you have done and you will be truly missed

 

 

Jennifer Koehler posted on 4/20/20

I am so sorry for your loss. Jenny was a dear friend and colleague of mine. I have many great, positive memories of her. One was her willingness and excitement to work with my 2nd & 3rd graders with some science and math extensions. The students (and I) loved working with her and her love of science was definitely contagious! No matter how hectic and busy being an educator was, she went out of her way to stop in by me- to say hello and ask how my family and I were doing. We shared much in common and I look/ed up to her for being so positive, so understanding, so kind- just a wonderful person!! I will truly miss her and will try my best to carry on her love of science. Please know you are in my thoughts and prayers and if there is anything I can assist with, please let me know. Love, Jen

 

Kyran and Jacque posted on 4/20/20

Mark, Kyran and I are shocked and saddened by the news. Jenny will be greatly missed. We send love and condolences to your whole family.

 

 

Georgia colorez posted on 4/20/20

A great teacher that will be missed

 

 

Danie Savard posted on 4/20/20

She was my teacher through out 4th grade and my science teacher on 8th. I had seen her a couple times after I graduated school, but the last time I saw her was at my boyfriends work party. It was so good to see her smile and laugh one last time. I remember she hugged me and said “do you know why I loved having you as one of my students? Because you brought so much love and happiness into the classroom.” That was the last thing she said to me and it will be the biggest thing that I will hold with me forever. Rest In Peace

 

Denaeza Fahrnow posted on 4/20/20

Jennifer was one of my middle school teachers. She had such a loving personality and wanted nothing but for everyone around her to flourish. She touched the lives of every single student she taught. She will be deeply missed.

 

 

Denise Meyer posted on 4/20/20

In memory of Jennifer A. Statza, Denise Meyer lit a candle

 

 

Amanda Timm posted on 4/20/20

Your light in the world will be missed!

 

Diane Lutzen posted on 4/20/20

Dear Mark, Carolyn and Alison.......There are no words to express how sad I am feeling. Jenny was a great mom when Carolyn and Alison attended Wilson school 20 years ago.....Then she got the itch and moved on to the teaching profession. What an honor it was for us to have her back in a different position! Our gain!!!!! She shared so many neat things - like the time we accepted possession of the moon rocks! She guarded them with her life!!!!!! She shared but never lost sight of them!!!!!! That was so super cool! She always found a way to get the kids excited about learning!!!!!!!!! Jenny will be missed beyond belief, but we know she will live on in everyone she touched with her loving soul. Take care and know that heaven gained a beautiful angel. My deepest sympathy to you...........Diane........

 

Linday James posted on 4/20/20

Jenny was such an inspiration to me when we worked together in the classroom. Her dedication to bringing science to the classroom and her passion for the students was inspirational. As a young teacher, she was so supportive of me during some of my most difficult times in the classroom. Although she was taken from us too soon, I believe she has really made a difference in the world. She made it a brighter place for all of us.

 

Donna Krasovich posted on 4/20/20

Jen was a beautiful soul who I had the pleasure of getting know well this past year. We worked together most recently on the Strategic Planning Committee. Her passion for education and helping kids is inspiring. Love and prayers to your family at this difficult time. She will be greatly missed.

 

Helen Tsatsis posted on 4/20/20

May his memory be eternal zoi se sas

 

 

Janel Holtz posted on 4/20/20

My heart is breaking for your family! She was an amazing Mentor for my son T.J.! Please reach out to us if you need anything! We loved Jenny! May God be with you in this time! Her Greatness will live on! My Condolences Janel Holtz

 

Jill Rekowski posted on 4/20/20

Mark, Alison and Carolyn I am so very sorry to hear of the loss of your wife and mother. She was an amazing lady. She always had a kind word and smile for everyone. She so loved her family and would often talk with me about you girls, she was a very proud wife and mom who raised her daughters to be independent thinkers. There were several times that I ran into Jen and her Mom out about town such a wonderful daughter, gone too soon! Jen was such a great part of the "Once A Lion Always A Lion" team. Jen always had great ideas for planning girls night and the ever favorite Haunted Science Lab, she made middle school a place kids really wanted to be. My thoughts and prayers are with you all in this very difficult time.

 

 

Jon Kinney posted on 4/20/20

In memory of Jennifer A. Statza, Jon Kinney lit a candle

 

Christine Morrissey posted on 4/20/20

I worked with Jenny when she was teaching at Wilson Elementary. She had more energy and passion than anyone I'd ever met! She was so incredibly kind and we always shared a smile whenever I got to see her. Her excitement to see you just made you feel so special every time! Such an amazing woman gone too soon.

 

Daniel Bugenhagen posted on 4/20/20

Sad to hear of her passing. I'm glad to have had the opportunity to have worked with her on the science curriculum committee in the past.

 

Justin Kosek posted on 4/20/20

I knew Jenny from her work for the WAWM school district and we worked together while she was a teacher at Horace Mann. She was an amazing educator that went over and beyond for her students and coworkers. She was a good friend and always made me smile. My condolences and I will miss her greatly!

 

Lindsay Roper-Hetland posted on 4/20/20

She was a bright light. Will always remember her kindness, her welcoming nature, her brilliance, and her passion for her students and her family. I've only known her since 2019, but she definitely left a mark that will not soon be forgotten. I am so sorry for your loss.

 

Leslie Connors posted on 4/20/20

Jenny was such a wonderful educator and caring person. I met her when I was at teacher at Wilson and the two of us worked through our graduate programs together. Jenny had so much energy and enthusiasm for teaching and would always share her ideas! The two of us were "roomies" together on our trip to Washington DC. She talked about her family all the time and how proud she was of her daughters and husband. She made the world a better place for all those she met.

 

Victoria Sandmire posted on 4/20/20

I am so sorry for your loss. I've known Mrs. Statza since I was in the third grade. She never failed to light up a room, she made every kid know they were important when they were going through the toughest years of their lives. Her impact on her students and on the community she created will never be forgotten, and neither will she. Rest in peace.

 

 

Dorian Chamness (4th Grade) posted on 4/20/20

In memory of Jennifer A. Statza, Dorian Chamness (4th Grade) lit a candle

 

 

Kaylee Ramm posted on 4/20/20

Thoughts and prayers with your family during this hard time .

 

 

Nathan A. Clark posted on 4/20/20

To Mrs Statza’s friends and family: I’m so terribly sorry for your loss. She was such a wonderful teacher to have. She always had a bright smile every morning when greeting us and always made us engaged in the topics she shared. And always put us first. I know I’m not alone when I say I’ll miss her dearly. Rest In Peace.

 

Gina Mazzone posted on 4/20/20

Mrs. Statza, Thank you for your service and commitment to my kiddos. We will truly miss you and are very grateful to have worked with you. Gina

 

 

Micheal Mullins posted on 4/20/20

She was an amazing teacher with a kind heart ❤️

 

 

Alejandro posted on 4/20/20

In memory of Jennifer A. Statza, Alejandro lit a candle

 

Kari Karth posted on 4/20/20

Rest easy Mrs. Statza. You had a huge impact on mine and my family's lives. Thank you for your gift of teaching and guidance. You were and amazing educator and an overall wonderful person. You will be remembered. <3

 

Brianna Stigen posted on 4/20/20

Thank you for all of the positive memories during my teenage years. It takes someone special to put up with teenagers, and enjoy it ;) Heaven is so much brighter now.

 

 

Hailey schultz posted on 4/20/20

Rest In Paradise Mrs. Statza. You were one of the best Science teachers I have ever had. I will forever miss you!

 

 

Jody Garner posted on 4/20/20

Kim was a ray of sunshine. Her smile was uplifting, her laugh was contagious, and she lit up the room with her welcoming and cheerful personality. She was so loved in the ADC and we will miss her terribly. Much love, many prayers and may her memory be a blessing.

 

 

Odalys Ansira posted on 4/20/20

Thank you for being the best science teacher ever. ❤️

 

 

Emilee posted on 4/20/20

Such a kind soul ❤️

 

 

Alicia Delabreau posted on 4/20/20

I’m so sorry for you lost. She was my teacher in middle school and was my favorite teacher! She taught me so much and could light up a room when she walked in. I’m such at a lost of words. She will be deeply missed. My prayers to your family!

 

 

Justin Jarumbo posted on 4/20/20

I had her as a teacher during my 8th grade year. She made me feel cared for as I came to school late from neurologist appointments, asking how they went. I can't believe she's gone.

 

Maria Garcia posted on 4/20/20

I am so very sorry for the loss of this amazing woman and teacher. She was my daughters teacher at Pershing for 2 years for GTC enrichment...my daughter greatly enjoyed her. She was so nice and loving! We will miss her! RIH Mrs Statza.

 

 

Mandi Seymour posted on 4/20/20

In memory of Kim Elizabeth Frinzi, Mandi Seymour lit a candle

 

Cindy & Dennis Trumm posted on 4/20/20

I am just speechless. This so breaks my heart! I will miss Ian coming up from behind and giving me a BIG hug. He would see my husband and I and chat for a while. He was "good people." He always made me smile and feel welcome at Skates. A huge loss to our community. The very best sent to his family. Peace be with you.

 

Kathy Boyd posted on 4/20/20

I am saddened to hear of Jen's passing. She was a great colleague who shared her passion for learning with her students and fellow teachers. She will be missed. Prayers for the family.

 

Mackenzie Novitski posted on 4/20/20

I'm so sorry for your loss. Your wife/mother was a coworker of mine and my classroom housed her dear Loki last year. She will always be remembered for her upbeat and cheery personality. <3

 

 

Amy Maddox posted on 4/20/20

This is really sad when she was teaching my child at West Milwaukee Intermediate. Sorry for the loss to the family.

 

Dana Farina posted on 4/20/20

I am so shocked and saddened by the news of Jennifer's passing. I have worked with Jennifer throughout my five years in WAWM schools. She was ALWAYS extremely kind and encouraging. I was impressed with her passion and dedication to education. I loved working with her because she was so creative and knowledgable. She made you feel comfortable and confident as an educator. She loved her family very much and shared how proud she was of them and what they were doing in their lives. Our community has lost a wonderful soul who has left a positive impression on those she came in contact with. May you find times of relief and peace in all the memories you have of her.

 

Holle Kelley posted on 4/20/20

So sorry to hear about the passing of Peggy. She was a lovely lady. She will be missed. May she Rest In Peace.

 

Lisa Erickson posted on 4/20/20

Dear Mark, Alison, and Carolyn, My thoughts and prayers are with you all! Jenny was a good friends, a wonderful colleague, and an incredible human. She will be greatly missed by so many. Please take care.

 

 

Glenda Anderson posted on 4/20/20

Kim was a very kind sweet lady. She know how to make a bad thing into a good thing. She always make sure that her friends are taken care of. We will miss her dearly.

 

Adrianna Rice posted on 4/20/20

I’m so sorry for your loss , she will be missed

 

 

Bob and Deb Tate posted on 4/19/20

Prayers!!

 

 

Wanda McDonald Spight posted on 4/19/20

My condolences to the family in this troubling time.

 

 

Anise (Nisie) Thrower posted on 4/19/20

Extending my deepest condolences, sympathies and prayers to you and your family. Love you Tina

 

 

Kris Borns posted on 4/19/20

My deepest sympathy to Toni's family and friends. She was a marvelous force in this world and obviously left behind her legacy and sense of humor.

 

 

samantha posted on 4/19/20

Sweet girl, I hope you finally have the peace you deserve.

 

Helen Peterson posted on 4/19/20

Dear Miller family, I was so sorry to read about Carol. I will miss her terribly. Carol’s dad Tony, and my grandmother Elizabeth were brother and sister. We enjoyed many wonderful visits. Lunch and dinner at Eddie Martini’s, the Corner House in Racine, Parkside to name a few! Carol was a very classy lady. She taught me many things. You are in my thoughts. She was very proud of all of you. I loved her. Helen Peterson.

 

Carol Herrle posted on 4/19/20

Marion was a wonderful colleague at Kilbourn school. Always ready to help with a smile. We often exchanged rides home, when we had pleasant conversation. She lived a very full life!

 

Tom and Sue Miller posted on 4/19/20

So sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

 

 

Kathy Rodgers posted on 4/19/20

In memory of Quinisha Quinette Spivey, Kathy Rodgers lit a candle

 

Carrie grunwald RDH posted on 4/19/20

Peggy lite up every room she entered! Her positivity was contagious! I loved hearing stories about Si, her children and grandchildren. Heaven gained an amazing person and I look forward to seeing her again! ! Please accept my deepest condolences for the loss of Peggy, your mom and grandmother! Carrie Grunwald RDH

 

 

Ursula Jäger posted on 4/19/20

In memory of Kim Elizabeth Frinzi, Ursula Jäger lit a candle

 

 

Ursula Jäger posted on 4/19/20

In memory of Kim Elizabeth Frinzi, Ursula Jäger lit a candle

 

 

Heike Marks posted on 4/19/20

In memory of Kim Elizabeth Frinzi, Heike Marks lit a candle

 

Threse (Powell) Colton posted on 4/19/20

I am so deeply saddened to lose one of my best and dearest friends. She touched so many lives in such a positive way. I am a better person because of her. She had a way of making everyone feel good about themselves and could always bring a smile to all who knew her. She was so beautiful, inside and out, kind, smart, funny, and one of the most selfless people I know. Her passing leaves a giant hole in my heart. Mark, Alison, Carolyn, and Mary, it was obvious that each one of you meant the world to her, and I am beyond sad for all of you. She will be missed tremendously. Love you so much, Jenny.

 

 

Auntie Kwauma posted on 4/19/20

Love you Chipmunk

 

 

Brandy Wiggins posted on 4/19/20

We are so sorry for your loss Nicky and family. Our thoughts are with you.

 

 

Teri Manisto (Grahn) posted on 4/19/20

Mama Toni, you will be missed so much! Thank you for all the love, light, and laughter you brought to this world. Love you!

 

Joseph Miller posted on 4/19/20

Carol's trip to Washington, DC. She always loved Wisconsin!

 

Joseph Miller posted on 4/19/20

Carol's visit to Washington DC

 

Joseph Miller posted on 4/19/20

Family Reunion in Door County

 

 

Sara Somers Perlberg posted on 4/19/20

My heart breaks for the loss of this sweet soul. I remember she was such a kind, happy person. I hope your fond memories of Jenny will help to bring some warmth and smiles through the tears. I am blessed to have known her.

 

Debbie Groth posted on 4/19/20

Jenny was one of the most positive people I knew! She was so easy going and truly wanted the best for everyone. Her passion for teaching and helping troubled youth inspired me. I’m going to miss her terribly.

 

John&Nancy Moerke posted on 4/19/20

We will miss you Toni. We love you Ted.

 

 

Mya posted on 4/19/20

In memory of Mrs. Dorothy Jean Chaney, Mya lit a candle

 

 

Jackie posted on 4/18/20

I’m so sorry for your loss

 

Tino Singson posted on 4/18/20

Sending my deepest condolences to you and your family. My heart and prayers are with you during these trying times. Sincerely, Tino Singson + Family

 

 

Jeffrey Nickels posted on 4/18/20

She will be surely missed. My condolences to the family.

 

 

Antoine Muhammad posted on 4/18/20

May The God lift the burden of sorrow from your hearts, comfort your family and grant your family His peace.

 

ShirleyG posted on 4/18/20

An Angel Nisha has become to watch over all of you..Love you Cuz and blessings..

 

 

Cheryl and Wilbert St. Julien posted on 4/18/20

Our prayers are with you as you morn the loss of your angel

 

Linda posted on 4/18/20

To Kelvin & The Chaney family, I am so sorry for your loss. Mom Chaney always shared love, kindness, and laughter with me. I am so blessed to have known her. Rest In Peace beautiful until we meet again ❤️

 

Lisa Gyger posted on 4/18/20

John and family, please accept my deepest condolences at your tremendous loss. Susie touched many lives with her beautiful spirit and grace; her fun, sweet and loving nature made it very easy to love her. My heart goes out to you all as you navigate through this immensely difficult time of grief.

 

David J Katzka posted on 4/18/20

My Heart breaks for your Family. Prayers to all of you during this time of great loss. May God heal you as your daughter, sister, loved one, now watches over you.

 

Chris Vento Bente posted on 4/18/20

My deepest sympathy to Jenny's family. I worked with Jenny in West Allis. She was a special person, extraordinary teacher who loved each student and believed in his/her talent and potential. She was an extraordianry instructional coach and dear friend. Please know that she made a difference and touched many students', teachers' and administrators'lives. She was an extraordinary person and will be dearly missed. Chris Vento Bente

 

 

Bonnie Jean Huebschen posted on 4/18/20

My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

 

Radiah Hubbert posted on 4/18/20

My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

 

Scott Wittig posted on 4/18/20

Tom Darm and I were best friends from High School to now. I knew Mrs. Darm very well. Tom and I spent a lot of time together. She was like a second Mother to me. She always had this very upbeat, positive personality. She is someone that I will always remember looking out for me like I was part of their family. Rest In Peace Mrs. Darm!

 

 

Janice mcneill posted on 4/18/20

Sorry for your loss

 

 

Lynn Sward posted on 4/18/20

prayers to all of you. May God give you strength to get through this.

 

 

Terrance Boyle posted on 4/18/20

My prayers and condolences to the family ❤

 

 

Shannon posted on 4/18/20

My condolences and prayers

 

 

Carla posted on 4/18/20

I love you Cuz and I will continue to pray for you and the family!!!

 

 

Vickie Gaillard posted on 4/18/20

Spending you love and you and your family is in my prayers .

 

Glen Jones posted on 4/18/20

Mark, Sheri and I extend our deepest condolences to you and your family.

 

 

Charles Bilbo posted on 4/18/20

Condolences from the Bilbo Family

 

 

Carolyn Seabrooks-Patterson posted on 4/18/20

Prayers and sympathy to the Spivey family, regarding the passing of their Nisha. Love Cuz Carolyn Seabrooks-Patterson

 

 

Tina Spivey posted on 4/18/20

Mommy loves you

 

Lori Geres posted on 4/18/20

May all the wonderful memories of Susie be a blessing in your lives. My sincere condolences on your loss. Lori Geres, Broomfield, Colorado

 

DIane Ulezelski posted on 4/18/20

Dear Mark, Allison,Carolyn and Mary, I am devastated by the news of Jenny’s passing. Jenny was so full of adventure, crazy fun ideas and compassion that her loss will leave a true mark on our world. Her love for her family, friends and students was unmeasurable. Mark, she would always talk about how supportive you were of her and what a wonderful father you were. She often spoke of how fortunate she was to have you by her side. Girls, there was not a prouder mom than your mom. Any time we were together she spoke about how proud she was of her daughters and how they were so strong and independent and kind. I will miss Jenny so much. She was such a positive support of my when I was principal at Lincoln and I absolutely loved her crazy ideas like the haunted science lab and dressing up as Kiss and performing for the students! I loved being a part of DYS and loved her sparkle when she got another BIG idea! Her friendship made my life richer and I loved her. She will always be a positive part of my life. If I can do anything for you, please contact me. Love, Diane

 

Grace E Tan posted on 4/18/20

My deepest condolences. Uncle Johnny was kind, sweet, and caring soul. He'll be missed greatly and we'll remember him in the most positive way. Love you all and sending lots of love and prayers to you as we heal. Beautiful service, thank you for setting up Zoom so we could be a part of it too.

 

John/Edna Weatherall posted on 4/18/20

Wishing you and your family comfort at this hour of bearevement you have our deepest heartfelt sympathy.

 

 

Mark Cincotta posted on 4/18/20

Our thoughts and prayers to the family. May she Rest In Peace.

 

Gem Cubos posted on 4/18/20

Dear Dra. Volette Singson and family, I’m extending my deepest sympathy and warmest hugs in this difficult time. May his memories comfort you and bring you peace. Remember that his memories will bless you always in the everyday things that still carry the tenderness of his life. And know that you are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

John & Jennifer Ford posted on 4/18/20

Our deepest condolences- we hold on to many fond memories with this kind and feisty lady. It was an honor to know her and pure enjoyment to hear her tell stories about her kids' shenanigans. We hope that knowing she's reunited with loved ones brings you comfort in this difficult time.

 

 

Tiffany Williams posted on 4/18/20

In memory of Quinisha Quinette Spivey, Tiffany Williams lit a candle

 

 

Colleen Sucher posted on 4/18/20

So sorry for your loss

 

Debbe Kaczorowski posted on 4/18/20

DEAR HOLLY. It was my honor to have met you and we really enjoyed spending time together. We truly hit it off and had a lot of laughs together. I will miss you my friend. You will always hold a special place in my heart. TO YOUR FAMILY – It was so nice getting to know those of you I met. I always told Holly how lucky she was to have all of you in her life and she was grateful for that. Please accept my deepest sympathy for your loss. I lost a dear friend. Please know how much I share in your grief. Debbie

 

 

Quinee Jackson posted on 4/18/20

In memory of Quinisha Quinette Spivey, Quinee Jackson lit a candle

 

Annie Wegner LeFort posted on 4/18/20

Condolences for your loss. Wishing you and your family space and time to grieve and find peace. Gratitude to have known Dr. Johnny. Hugs to you all.

 

Olivia Wong posted on 4/18/20

Kim was a special friend. If I had to sum up what Kim was like, she was kind. One of the genuinely kindest persons I have ever met. She was gentle and sweet but never “boring nice”. She was also fun-loving and witty with one liners that would crack you up. All the things you wish for in a friend. I will miss those Kim-isms. I loved being Kim’s friend throughout the years and I only wish I could give back all the joy she brought to me. Kim will always have a sweet place in my heart - forever. ❤️

 

Max and Letty Cueto And Family posted on 4/18/20

Our deepest condolence to Volette, their children and family. We will remember Johnny not only as a great physician and a good person but also a loving family man.

 

 

Shantelle posted on 4/18/20

My Condolences to the entire Family. Praying for your strength through this time of bereavement.

 

 

Pastor Karen posted on 4/18/20

Prayer surround you as you celebrate your Mom...for she is a wonder! What a blessing she now knows exquisite peace and wholeness. On behalf of the Tippe Faithing Community, Pastor Karen

 

 

Joachim Marks posted on 4/18/20

In memory of Kim Elizabeth Frinzi, Joachim Marks lit a candle

 

 

John Grignon posted on 4/18/20

In memory of Juanito "Johnny" P. Singson, MD, John Grignon lit a candle

 

Crystal posted on 4/17/20

Was Beautiful inside and out... Very talented❤

 

 

Satvir Sandhu posted on 4/17/20

In memory of Quinisha Quinette Spivey, Satvir Sandhu lit a candle

 

 

Peaches posted on 4/17/20

Wish I could’ve met you cousin ❤️

 

 

Deborah Spicer-Yates posted on 4/17/20

Beautiful young Lady God took you home so that you could watch over the rest of us. Another angel is gone home.

 

Vickie L Jeans posted on 4/17/20

My sincere condolences at the loss of your daughter

 

 

Troyetta Martin posted on 4/17/20

In memory of Quinisha Quinette Spivey, Troyetta Martin lit a candle

 

 

Dawanda Street posted on 4/17/20

In memory of Quinisha Quinette Spivey, Dawanda Street lit a candle

 

O, D. Amu posted on 4/17/20

IN MEMORY OF LATE DR. JUANITO P. SINGSON, MD. I join the Singson family and thousands of people from all over the world who are mourning the passing of such a great man like Dr. J, as some of us used to call him. Dr. Johnny Singson was a man who displayed genuine friendliness towards everyone he came across. His love and devotion to his dear wife, Dr. Violeta Singson, and his family was authentic, unparalleled and patently displayed to the whole world. I first met Dr. J. in 2008 when he welcomed me into the Free Medical Clinic , initially as a patient and subsequently as a volunteer. From then onward he always treated me with the utmost friendliness and respect. After long and meritorious services to humanity, it is time to say farewell to Dr. Juanito Singson as he embarks on his journey to the celestial home. It is apt at this juncture to recall the words of St. Paul in his second letter to Timothy; 2Timothy 4: 7-8; “I have fought a good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith.” “Now there is in store for me the crown of righteousness, which the Lord, the righteous Judge will award to me, but also to all who have longed for his appearing.” At the end of your pilgrimage on this earthly home, we pray that the heavenly hosts will lead you home to the bosom of our Lord Almighty God. I wish you Godspeed, goodbye and thanks for everything. May his gentle soul rest in perfect peace. O.D. Amu

 

 

Kulbir Sra posted on 4/17/20

Your courage, your strength, your talents, and all that I know of you to be will never be forgotten. Rest In Peace

 

 

Donna Powell posted on 4/17/20

My Condolence to the Spivey family

 

 

Mrs.Erica Hudson posted on 4/17/20

In memory of Quinisha Quinette Spivey, Mrs.Erica Hudson lit a candle

 

 

Nancy Carter posted on 4/17/20

In memory of Quinisha Quinette Spivey, Nancy Carter lit a candle

 

 

Antoinette Adkins posted on 4/17/20

In memory of Quinisha Quinette Spivey, Antoinette Adkins lit a candle

 

 

Tina Szalewski posted on 4/17/20

Dear Aunt Toni, Even though I did not know you well or for very long. I will miss all your stories of your love of animals and stories of the farm. You are with your loving husband Norbert and all of our loved ones who have passed before. You are in a better place it was an honor to serve you. Yours truly, Tina Szalewski

 

 

Lea Marks posted on 4/17/20

In memory of Kim Elizabeth Frinzi, Lea Marks lit a candle

 

Judy Ezzell posted on 4/17/20

Brian, Steve and the family of Corrine. We are saddened by the loss of your mom. She had such a kind spirit and sweetness about her. She loved her family so much + there wasn't anything more valuable in this world to her. She was quite the cook + was generous in opening her home to the cousins for dinner. She joins members of her family in her eternal home. You will be missed Corrine. Love, Judy and Mike Ezzell

 

 

Tony and Crystal Goodwill posted on 4/17/20

We can not imagine what your family is feeling. No words of condolance or hope can possibly make it better. Just know if you need anything, just ask.

 

 

Darrin Dohman posted on 4/17/20

In memory of Quinisha Quinette Spivey, Darrin Dohman lit a candle

 

 

Kimberly Somerville posted on 4/17/20

In memory of Quinisha Quinette Spivey, Kimberly Somerville lit a candle

 

Dominique Bullock posted on 4/17/20

My little big cousin, you will be truly missed. Thank you for the smiles, laughs and positive energy. Continue to watch over your family. I love you Nu-Nu

 

 

Cheryl Buckman posted on 4/17/20

May the love you shared and the memories you cherish give you comfort and peace. It was a joy to know Kim and my privilege to care for her.

 

 

Amanda Morrill posted on 4/17/20

Dear Liz and family, Know that you’re in my prayers during this time of grief. Though I didn’t know her, your mom was clearly an amazing woman whose legacy lives on the the wonderful family she created. Peace be with you all.

 

 

Emily Kulla posted on 4/17/20

You will be missed. Your sense of humor never forgotten. I am thankful to have known you. Hugs and prayers for your family.

 

 

Anne Whitney posted on 4/17/20

❤️

 

 

Gabrielle Ross posted on 4/17/20

Heaven has indeed gained an angel in my beloved God-daughter. Forever in our hearts.

 

 

Joyce Gannon Messaris posted on 4/17/20

Forever in my heart.

 

Lyn Kiley posted on 4/17/20

Rich and my brother were fast friends, in their younger years. Rich was, in many ways, our other brother. Over the years, when I saw him, Rich would keep that feeling alive. Ever charming, friendly and fun. Our greatest condolence - The Belden family: Bill, Pat, Lyn, Jan

 

Joyce Gannon Messaris posted on 4/17/20

What a beautifully written memorial for Kim. We had so much fun for more than 60 yrs. She was so kind, funny, sweet so many more. She was my rock and always will be. Not a mean bone in her body - ever. Every one of us who loved her knows how blessed we are to have her in our lives. Thank you God, she was my angel and I am eternally grateful Much love to her family, she loved you so.

 

Maryanne & John Plant posted on 4/17/20

We were all shocked this past Monday. Reality has arrived. Damn! We will deeply miss Richee / Big Brother and his kind heart and soul. He was a good friend and his warm smile and his caring spirit will not be forgotten. Sally, you have a wonderful family, one that Richard was so very proud. God Bless him, you and his family. Maryanne & John

 

 

Betty posted on 4/17/20

Sending prayers to the family. Rest in Peace

 

 

Jennie Aleksandrowicz posted on 4/17/20

I am so sorry for your loss. We are here for you with whatever you man need. Prayers for your families during this hard time!! ❤️

 

Paul Hayes posted on 4/17/20

On behalf of my family and my mother, please accept our deepest condolences, prayers and love.

 

 

Katie Fitzgerald-Torres posted on 4/17/20

The family is in my mind, heart and prayer. Please remember the beautiful laughter and love she shared with all who were lucky to know her in her lifetime ❤️

 

Ashley Hardy posted on 4/17/20

Rest easy little cousin! Sad you had to leave so soon! Watch over your mom, the twins and bro’s....they will always need you! Love, Ashley and Lauren Hardy

 

Rex Valenti posted on 4/17/20

Hello, We are very saddened by the news of Jeff’s passing. I met Jeff in April of 1986 at County Stadium on the first day I collected autographs. Jeff lent me a sharpie and was very nice to drive me home a few times that season. my love of baseball, rock & roll, and collecting turned into a fun business that was shared many times with Jeff over the past 33 years. I’m very sorry that I did not have a chance to say goodbye. I will always miss his sense of humor and the time we spent collecting, many times at The Pfister Hotel. I would like to extend my condolences to all of Jeff’s family and friends. Stay safe and Rock on Jeff!!

 

 

Dominque Wiarek posted on 4/17/20

In memory of Antonio "Nu-Nu" Javon Ard, Dominque Wiarek lit a candle

 

Lucy Krajana posted on 4/17/20

Hi Jackie, Remember me we lived at West Lawn at the same time. My Husband Tom was a Firefighter, he passed away 4 years ago from Caner. I sold my house in the Riverwest bought one in Grafton. You watched my kids the day Tom and I got married. Please call me sometime just to catch up. 1-262-618-3023. Hope to hear from you soon. Lucy

 

 

Bashardette and Jeffrey Hawthorne posted on 4/17/20

Our deepest sympathies go out to you and your family. I pray that you're able to find some peace and comfort in the sweet memories of good times that you shared with your beautiful daughter.

 

 

Quienta Bates posted on 4/17/20

My heart is with all those affected by the loss of Nu Nu. May God provide strength to us all. Love Quan

 

Marsha Gaillard-Humphries posted on 4/17/20

I am deeply sorry for your loss. I’m praying for your healing, comfort, strength and peace during this painful time.

 

 

Brental posted on 4/17/20

LongLiveNunu

 

Ernestine Tisdell-Lawrence posted on 4/17/20

My sincere condolences to all the family. May your loving memories comfort you in days and years to come. Tina

 

 

Keisha Webb posted on 4/17/20

Sending My Deepest Condolences, Love and Prayer’s To The Family!!!

 

T.J Gaillard posted on 4/17/20

We (the Gaillard family) express our condolences to you, Darian and Qwavontay. I understand, you won’t get comforted until you have shed all the tears and yours eyes are dry. Please remember that you all are not alone … we are always here for you and express our sincere condolences.

 

 

Devon johnson posted on 4/17/20

In memory of Antonio "Nu-Nu" Javon Ard, Devon johnson lit a candle

 

 

Jenella posted on 4/17/20

Fly high big brother, I’ll see you again ❤️

 

 

Jay & Cheryl Rommelfanger posted on 4/16/20

Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time.

 

JoAnn Sternke posted on 4/16/20

Craig and I send our condolences. Richard was one of the kindest men I knew. He was so much fun to golf with. I have fond memories of many a Sunday spent on the course at the Wisconsin Club with the McGuires. Sally and I would talk politics and Richard and Craig would patiently put up with us. Over the past few years Richard took a special interest in Craig’s golf game - encouraging him, giving him confidence to begin to golf with the guys at the Club, sharing more humorous emails than I could count. I am forever grateful for the kindness he showed both Craig and me. Sally, it won’t be the same yet I know we will have more fun times on the golf course. Richard would want it that way. Love to your family.

 

 

Kelly Ann Darm posted on 4/16/20

May God's grace bring strength and comfort in this time of sorrow. I am thankful for meeting and spending time with Grandma Darm. My thoughts and prayers are with her family.

 

Khrysten Grace posted on 4/16/20

Grama, I'm sorry that we didn't get to spend much time together, but that it's not that I wasn't thinking about you and I did miss you. I remember playing card games and yahtzee and drinking kiddie cocktails! And of course penguins are still my favorite! I love you. Send my love to Grampa, and Grama Ida.

 

 

Justin Darm posted on 4/16/20

There are some things that never leave us. A grandmothers love is one of them. I have fond memories of visiting my grandma in Wisconsin growing up over the years and into my adulthood. We are blessed to have had our grandmother in this world for so long.

 

Sandy Dearing (Jeszka) posted on 4/16/20

To all of you, My deepest sympathy in the loss of your dear father. Praying that our Lord Jesus Christ will comfort you in this time of sorrow.... And ...Thinking of you and remembering the fun times we had growing up together. God Bless you❣️ Sandy Dearing (Jeszka)

 

 

Jonathon Darm posted on 4/16/20

Grandma, the world is not the same without you. You will be forever missed. I rejoice in knowing that you are with Grandpa again; looking down and keeping watch over us. I love you.

 

 

Theo Braden posted on 4/16/20

Hi Whitney, I am so sorry for your loss. I wish you and your family healing. Best, Theo

 

 

Kelly Brandt posted on 4/16/20

In memory of Quinisha Quinette Spivey, Kelly Brandt lit a candle

 

 

Faye Waters posted on 4/16/20

My sincere condolences.

 

 

Steve and Linda Grau posted on 4/16/20

Helen was part of the Greatest generation. She certainly embodied why they’re called the greatest generation. Rest In Peace Helen.

 

 

Stewart & Barb posted on 4/16/20

We have all of you in our thoughts & prayers.

 

 

Lawanda Chappell posted on 4/16/20

My condolences to you and your family friend

 

Ron and Becky Mitchell posted on 4/16/20

Sally, we're so very sorry. The world has lost a true gentleman. Add sweetheart to the list of adjectives. We'll miss his smile and golfing a fun round with him.

 

 

Kim Olson posted on 4/16/20

In memory of Quinisha Quinette Spivey, Kim Olson lit a candle

 

Richard and Rose Colarusso posted on 4/16/20

We extend are thoughts and prayers to the Singson Family. His kindness and thoughtfulness will be sorely missed.

 

Richard and Rose Colarusso posted on 4/16/20

We extend are thoughts and prayers to the Singson Family.

 

 

Shirley Reaves posted on 4/16/20

His living was not in vain. Rest in Peace.

 

ROMMEL PAGUNURAN posted on 4/16/20

My heartfelt condolence on the loss of Dr. Johnny Singson. I am so thankful through Dr. Johnny, Ive learned so many good things, and met a lot of new and good friends. i will never forget you Dr. Johnny, you will always remain in my hearth and prayers...

 

 

brianna wright posted on 4/16/20

So sorry for your loss we all lost when he passed on he was a great man with a lot of knowledge and wisdom great to talk to a lot of fun to be around Rest Easy my friend you will be truely missed

 

Curt Larson posted on 4/16/20

“The Dancing Bear” On behalf of my family and the Golf Professionals at the Wisconsin Club, we are truly sorry to hear of Richie’s passing. He was one of the kindest people you could ever meet. We look forward to a chance to celebrate his amazing life when the time is right. The McGuire’s are in our hearts and prayers.

 

Ken Milton posted on 4/16/20

Dear Violeta and Family, May God grant you the peace and comfort of only the fondest of memories of Johnny! Warmest Regards, Ken & Maureen Milton

 

 

Jeannie Davies posted on 4/16/20

Sending love and light to all of you.

 

Jeannie Davies posted on 4/16/20

Please accept my deepest condolences.

 

 

Sheila McGuire posted on 4/16/20

So sorry to hear of Rich's death. My sympathy to all his siblings and family.

 

Chris Buck posted on 4/16/20

I am sorry to hear of the passing of Jeff. My husband, Bruce, and I worked with Jeff many years ago at Gossen. Way back then we had such good fun together, always doing crazy things. Those were the days! Jeff was a great friend - funny, mischevious, genuine, and a pleasure to be with. After Bruce died, I lost contact with a lot of those friends, it is nice to think of them again. .I know how hard it is to lose your closest friend. I feel your pain and hope you will always keep your memories in your heart.

 

Jimmy Brown posted on 4/16/20

Mrs. Benford, I can still remember the last conversation I had with you as if it was yesterday. You said....."sometimes you have to make hard decisions/choices that others won't understand but you do". Thanks for the conversations, companionship and company during that visit in Tallahassee. Rest In Heaven.

 

 

Sasha Pickering posted on 4/16/20

Remember to take it to the truck. I miss you.

 

Agnes Domingo posted on 4/16/20

Dear Ate Vevet and family - we are very sorry to hear of the passing of Kuya Johnny. He will be remembered as a soft spoken and loving person. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all in this moment of sorrow. Eternal rest grand unto Kuya Johnny O Lord and let perpetual light shine upon him. With deepest sympathy, Agnes Altura Domingo and family (Sydney, Australia)

 

 

Melvora posted on 4/16/20

To the entire family. May the Lord comfort you at this time of grief and loss of your dear love one. May Robert James rest in God Bossom.

 

 

Pat Shannon posted on 4/16/20

Our condolences, thoughts and prayers for your family.

 

Amelia S. Asencion posted on 4/16/20

Nito, we missed you,Bro. You know in your heart that mahal na mahal ka namin. Thank you that we will able to bond together for about 7 weeks last year(Jan.16-Feb.2019) when you came for a vacation and decided to stay with us in Diliman. We all had a wonderful time together. You enjoyed the camaraderie with some of your UPHS and UPCM Class 67 classmates, friends and relatives who came to visit you. Nito, we know that you are now in heaven and enjoying your reunion with Mamang,Papang,Manong Efren,Manong Claro and all our aunties there. May the Lord God grant all of you eternal rest and let Perpetual light shine upon you and may all of you rest in peace. Amen. Love Manang Mely,Manang Thelma and Manong Pol.

 

 

Cedrica posted on 4/15/20

Been my friend since I was a kid we stayed arguing but I kept you close because you told me everything about my crush I remember y'all gave my lil brother the name cheese balls and we still call him that lol I'mma miss you long live my Washington Height bro sad to really say this Gone but Never forgotten and we got the same nickname #NuNu

 

 

Bettye Blacks posted on 4/15/20

Ted, please accept our heartfelt sympathies for your loss. Our thoughts are with you and your family during this difficult time. Bettye Blacks Darlene Rogers

 

Conrad Nievera posted on 4/15/20

My sympathies and prayers to the family of Tito Johnny.

 

 

Regina Ard posted on 4/15/20

You will always hold your special place in my heart please don't forget about me because Lord knows that I'm never going to forget about

 

 

Maria posted on 4/15/20

In memory of Antonio "Nu-Nu" Javon Ard, Maria lit a candle

 

Nephew Bill posted on 4/15/20

Unc I'm sorry I couldn't be there to send you off but I got faith in the family to hold it down and do it right!.....I love you and will never forget all the good times that we shared and the important advice you have given me throughout life you were a role model in my life in more ways than one and I will always love you for that Unc.....Love nephew Bill

 

Alvin Devon Reasby Jr. posted on 4/15/20

Cuz I’m not even gonna bore you the “I’m sorry speech for your tragic loss speech” we are so past that. You are in my prayers as ever always. He is in a better magnificent place shining down his smile and love for us all who loved him. Cuz believe me my deepest heart to you and yours and the rest of our family. God bless us all

 

Nephew Bill posted on 4/15/20

Unc I'm sorry I couldn't be there to send you off but I got faith in the family to do it right!.....I love you and will never forget all the good times that we shared and the important advice you have given me throughout life you were a role model in my life in more ways than one and I will always love you for that Unc.....Love nephew Bill

 

 

Jennifer Williams posted on 4/15/20

Gone to soon cousin, we will truly miss you and your big smile. Look over on us down here, especially your mom, brother and sister. Rest in heaven cousin NuNu We love you!

 

Michael Braley posted on 4/15/20

Richy was a good friend and golfing buddy. We could always depend on him to come up with something funny and totally unexpected. He enriched the lives of all he touched. I will miss his re-gripping and dancing routine before each golf shot. I hope if there is golf in heaven breaks par. Condolences to the McGuire family

 

Vslerie kirsch posted on 4/15/20

no words can ever help you heal. I lost my 23 yr old feb 6th 2020 from gun shot. I no what ur feeling, but still wanna say sorry. We will always be numb now n when our sons get justice . I started a gun violence awareness group on fb. Maybe join and come together as one on june 2nd. I lit a candle for ur baby n hope you do the same for my family God bless

 

Brian and Mary Pat Thompson posted on 4/15/20

What a wonderful, kind and genuine man. Our hearts break for Sally and your family at this saddest of times. He will be sorely missed by all who had the joy of knowing him.

 

Jim Becker posted on 4/15/20

Squire, as he was known at CU and Phi Psi land, was always a classy guy with a great sense of humor. He was a senior when I was a freshman on the golf team and a Phi Psi pledge. We had recently connected with Hopper, Ols, Lantz, Moesch with CU stories and emails. Squire had just emailed "Golfing Goofs" on Friday and we all looked forward to the idea of getting together. I am so sorry for your and our loss. It was such a shock and doesn't make it easier. We have recommitted to get together and Squire will be a part of our fondest thoughts.

 

JOHN BURGESS posted on 4/15/20

I grew up with Richie at Winslow Elementary school with Mr. Lahr as principle, whom Richie got to know fairly well. We had fun times growing up together both through school and the south side neighborhood .Even though those fun times usually meant T R O U B L E, but in a good way. Now those fun times have become remarkable memories that I will be able to share with his family. Love you Rich I'll miss you.

 

 

Shonte posted on 4/15/20

I will miss you. And always will remember you in my life.. I'm sad my kids lost you. There brother.. I know your in heaven watching down on them.. Rih ..love

 

Colleen and Paul posted on 4/15/20

What a perfect remembrance of our dear Rich. He was truly special. We loved him, and not just for his annual Kringle visit, his infectious laughter, his kind heart and abiding friendship over many years. We look forward to gathering with his extended clan, celebrating a life very well lived and adding some humorous stories to his legacy.

 

 

Dan posted on 4/15/20

Sorry for your loss

 

Ellen Swatek-Buhrandt posted on 4/15/20

Susan, Please accept my sympathy on the loss of your mother. Not sure if you remember me or not, but our parents were great friends. My mom and dad loved your mom and dad. My parents were Dick and Charlotte Swatek. Your dad was my Sunday school teacher at Hales Corners Lutheran Church. My brother, Lon, and I have such fond memories of coming to your beautiful lake home, and Lon says he remembers fishing there too. I have often wondered over the years how your mom and all of you were doing? My dad died in 2010, and my mom in 2014. They both talked about Jane and Chet and all the wonderful memories they had over the years. Your mom was such a sweet, sweet woman. I will always remember her soft-spoken voice and kindness. It looks like she lived a long, beautiful life. Hoping she was in good health as well. I often said, the longer are parents are with us, the harder it is when they're gone. I"m sure you're feeling the same way. I just wanted to reach out to you and send my condolences. I hope you and the rest of your family are well. Please greet Ruth and Carl for me, will you? Take care Susan- Love and Strength, Ellen Swatek (P.S. My parents are at WI Memorial Park too- in the Wisconsin Room)

 

Arturo Santos posted on 4/15/20

Our deepest and sincere condolences to you and your family and our prayers that may he rest in peace. He was such a perfect gentleman and fraternity brother. I never once heard him shout at anyone. He will be missed.

 

Cheri Mann posted on 4/15/20

My deep and heartfelt sympathy on the loss of your husband Jeff (my brother-in-law). The loss of a spouse is a tragic event and I know the pain and suffering you are experiencing. We know we must accept his passing and give thanks for the wonderful life he lived. As sad as it will be, we will always have the memory of him to hold in our hearts. Please let all of your family know how deeply saddened I am. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. Stay strong..

 

 

Darius posted on 4/15/20

Love you always Nu-Nu!!! Rest up lil cuz see you one day!

 

 

Ozzie Marrero and David Wells posted on 4/15/20

Sorry for your loss. Condelences to the family.

 

Michele Krause posted on 4/15/20

Dear Alice and Family, I was sorry to hear of your loss today. Jim left a legacy of a very loving family, one that he was so proud of. All his children were successful and made him so proud. Both you and Jim were a very important part of My sons Mikey's life. Jason and Mikey had so many wonderful times together at your home with You and Jim. I know Muikey really respected Jim. I hope that Jim enjoyed his retirement years basking in the joy of his family. I am sure that you are in goods hands with Jason and Lindsay, and Cindy, and the rest of the family. Take care and call me when you are ready to venture out.

 

 

William Pickering posted on 4/15/20

Goodbye Mom I will always Love and Miss you forever. My heart is truly broken.

 

Cullen and Eileen Carey (Butch&Maria) posted on 4/15/20

We send are deepest sympathy in your time of mourning we offer our deepest condolence to Deb and Joe Wilks and the entire family. May God shine his light upon you and you peace.

 

Lisa Zampino posted on 4/15/20

Our deepest condolences from everyone at the Senior Helpers family. It was such an honor to be apart of your family! Dr J will be deeply missed. Sending you many thoughts and prayers to the whole Singson Family! Lisa

 

 

Pat Compton posted on 4/15/20

In memory of Lynn Ellen Hackbarth, Pat Compton lit a candle

 

Julie Blundon posted on 4/15/20

Sending Hugs and Prayers to the Young Family for the loss of Ian!!

 

 

Filipinas. R. Alfelor posted on 4/15/20

With heartfelt sympathy to you, Volet for losing your beloved life partner, best friend, beloved father of your. children and loving grandfather of your grand children , dedicated and caring devotion to his medical patients. Yes, he is gone to heaven but his good deeds of making a difference in someone"s life and wonderful memories of him while on Earth will live forever. With my thoughts and prayers, Ping Alfelor

 

Aaron Becker posted on 4/15/20

Ian was a star that shone through any darkness. He was a brother, not by blood, but you couldn’t tell. I used to frequent Ian’s apartment in Arvada when I lived in Denver. We had some of the best times together! Making food from scratch in his apartment, listening to new dubstep, hiking until we had blisters, singing Irish songs drunk at the top of our lungs, always having that sort of silly fun. Ian also listened to me when I needed someone and ALWAYS pressed me to open up. He had this way of knowing what you needed before you even did. Ian will be missed tremendously, by so many. He was a free spirit and I am blessed to have known such a beautiful soul. Rest In Peace my brother Ian, I love you so much.

 

Michael and Laureen Harris posted on 4/15/20

We will always remember her kind sweet spirit. We Are very sorry to hear of her passing. Love to you Brian, Julie and Steve.

 

 

Aaron johnson posted on 4/15/20

In memory of Ian T. Young, Aaron johnson lit a candle

 

Jane Kirchner Evans posted on 4/15/20

Geanine was always special. I remember her kindness but most of all her humor. It was fun just talking with her. My condolences to her whole family.

 

 

Jose Altura posted on 4/15/20

Condolence Ate Vevet and all in the family. Rest In Peace Kuya Johnny. For all your good deeds here on earth God’s reward for you is eternal happiness in heaven. Alturas of Mendoza Cousins, Sydney, Australia.

 

Helene De Villa posted on 4/15/20

Our family is keeping your family in our thoughts and prayers. May Kuya Johnny rest in peace. Bobby, Helene, Aevee, Oliver, Vanna and Marlon

 

catherine echanis posted on 4/15/20

Our deepest and sincere condolences Manang Bolet and family!

 

 

Janice posted on 4/15/20

My condolences

 

Serge and Ellen Rase posted on 4/14/20

We may not be physically present to pay our last respect, Tito Johnny, but we will always cherish many fond memories we had with you. You will never be forgotten; may your gentle soul rest in peace. Our deepest condolences to the whole family specially to Tita Volet.

 

Calandra Haynes posted on 4/14/20

I am heartbroken. Mr Rob and I remained to be good friends. He has been so supportive and encouraging to me over the last few years as I have had to battle with multiple health issues. This kiddo will always be truly grateful to such a gentleman; and I thank the Lord for allowing us to meet. Mr Rob has transitioned from his earthen vessel, but he will never be forgotten.

 

Jonathan Stern posted on 4/14/20

My condolences to Evelyn and the Dorsey family. My memories of Jimmie are ones of family, his congregation, and the community. His love of people was strong and clearly evident in his words and what he did. Jimmie’s faith in his Savior Jesus led him to speak and live as a leader sharing his faith in his daily life. I miss him now and can’t wait to see him in heaven.

 

Billy Y posted on 4/14/20

Always nice to see Jimmy and Evelyn at various functions, He always reminded me of a Gentle Giant of a guy, that one would do well to keep him smiling. Evelyn God keep you and your family in His perfect peace. Bill Yates

 

 

Sara, Roger, Seb and Scarlett posted on 4/14/20

We are so sorry to hear of Ian’s passing. We live far away from him, but every time we saw him he was so kind, helpful, funny and just brought an incredible energy. We are thinking of you all, and are sending our love to you.

 

Joe and Doreen Mechenich posted on 4/14/20

Sending our deepest sympathy to all. JaLayne was a very fun and loving lady. Raising you 4 kids after dad left so abruptly, she did a great job. Thought this crazy coronavirus would be over with and we could attend her visitation and hug all of you. So here is a virtual "HUG" til we see you next time. All our love, Joe and Doreen

 

Pat Compton posted on 4/14/20

Wow did not Know this ! Lynn is a good person ! An I Loved Her a lot !

 

max and lety tan family posted on 4/14/20

4-14-2020 dear volette and family, condolence! we are praying for the eternal repose of the soul of Johnny Singson. may Jesus and blessed mother bless you all always! love and prayers, max and lety tan family.

 

Brenda W. Quinn posted on 4/14/20

I thought the world of Dr. Johnny. He was quiet but listened most intently and he never missed anything. The world's loss is Heaven's gain. Frank and I send our prayers and condolences to Dr. Violeta and all who loved him.

 

Steven Belter posted on 4/14/20

We love you Aunt Bernice! We had so many great memories together including finding those darn onions. Have a party in heaven for me!

 

Pat Compton posted on 4/14/20

My old friend we sure had some fun times! I missed you and talked about you a lot!

 

 

Gene Brunner posted on 4/14/20

Our thought and prayers are with the family and friends of Lawrence at this most difficult time. The BEREAVEMENT MINISTRY-BLESSED SAVIOR Catholic Church Gene Brunner-chairman

 

 

Angela Spitzer posted on 4/14/20

I love you so much Aunt Bernice! You were such a large part of my childhood and you helped me to become the person I am. You hold such a special place in my heart. I am happy you are with all of your sisters and your husband! I hope to see you again some day!

 

Jeannie Davies posted on 4/14/20

My condolences to Nancy's family, she was deeply loved by all who knew her.

 

Chauncey Mabe posted on 4/14/20

My deepest sympathies for your profound loss. May God bless you

 

Lisa Murray posted on 4/14/20

Tom fathered a wonderful family that through Jennifer’s marriage to my son, Ian, I have been introduced to. At Jen and Ian’s wedding Tom shared some of the poems he has written over the years as part of a conversation with me. I don’t remember the exact words of one of the poems he recited, but he told me it was inspired by his love for his wife Marilyn, a fitting poem to share on the wedding day of their daughter. He held my hand as he remembered it and I can still recall the brightness of his eyes and the velvet in his voice as he shared it with me. I felt very close to him on that day and in that moment. I am sorry I will not have another chance to hear those poems or see those eyes or swaddle in that voice but I thank him immensely for that moment and for his daughter Jennifer in my life. I am so sorry for your loss O'Brien family.

 

Sue McCaffrey posted on 4/14/20

I am so sorry for the loss of your father, Jen. It is so very difficult to lose your Dad. I hope you can find comfort in all of your wonderful memories. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. Love, Sue

 

 

Rem and Gary Poe posted on 4/14/20

Eternal Rest Dr. J Singson Prayers and Sympathy to the family. From Gary and Rem Poe

 

Mary Frances Witt posted on 4/14/20

Kathy, Christopher, and Tim: We are deeply saddened to learn of Dan's passing. He was a good and kind person and we have fond memories of sharing the duplex on Galena St. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers during this extremely difficult time. God Bless You. With Sincere and Heartfelt Sympathy Mary and Brian Witt

 

 

Marilyn L Burress posted on 4/14/20

In memory of Jimmie Lee Dorsey, Marilyn L Burress lit a candle

 

 

Max and Letty Cueto and Family posted on 4/14/20

Our deepest condolence. Thanks for everything. God bless

 

 

Emmanuel Besa posted on 4/14/20

Your presence amongst us will be sorely m missed but bask in your new and more joyful existence.

 

 

Christine Haling posted on 4/14/20

Love, prayers and hugs. So sorry for your loss. Strength to the family at this difficult time.

 

Jane Miller posted on 4/14/20

I worked as a School Social Worker in Franklin Public Schools with Geanine many years ago. One of her parents were on the School Board. She was a most wonderful teacher - thoughtful, nurturing, and a great lesson planner. I knew that if students had her for a teacher, they were lucky indeed. We also had a chance to talk about her personal challenges with her cancer, pregnancy, etc. She was a special person. It was a loss for our district when she left, but I was happy to read that she continued to share her many talents with students in the Elmbrook. School District. As a family, you can be very proud of your Wife, and Mother. She positively influenced countless young people over her life. Jane Miller

 

Mike Mente posted on 4/14/20

Uncle Bill always, was telling jokes, & stories when the Mente's got together at Poygan Lake. I always looked foreword to him visiting. Very fond memories of those times will never be forgotten.

 

Dwight P Cruikshank, M.D. posted on 4/14/20

Dear Jarmila - I was greatly saddened to learn of Adolf's death. He was a remarkable asset to the worldwide ob-gyn community, and a wonderful help to me in my role as Chairman at MCW. He gave me a signed copy of his "Atlas of Colposcopy" which I treasure. I will miss him. Please accept deepest sympathy from Jean and me.

 

 

Hubert & Lucy Farris posted on 4/13/20

Mrs Evelyn and the Dorsey Family Our condolences, Love, thoughts and Prayers are with with your Family. ❤ Hubert & Lucy Farris

 

Reverend Leonard C. Freeman & Family posted on 4/13/20

It was always a pleasure to work and serve on committees at church and school with Jimmie for over 40 years. He was a well-respected and shining armor of character in our communities and truly a person that gave his all. We will surely miss the presence of a truly lovable and kind person. Heaven has received a new member. May our Lord Bless and Comfort you and your family during this time of grief. Please accept our sincere condolences. It was always a pleasure to work and serve on committees at church and school functions with Jimmie for over 40 years. He was a well-respected and shining armor of character in our communities and truly a person that gave his all. We will surely miss the presence of a truly lovable and kind person. Heaven has received a new member. May our Lord Bless and Comfort you and your family during this time of grief. Please accept our sincere condolences. Reverend Leonard C. Freeman & Maxine B. Freeman Kenneth E. Freeman, Janelle Freeman and Family

 

Forrest Buck posted on 4/13/20

“An old man going a lone highway, Came, at the evening cold and gray, To a chasm vast and deep and wide. Through which was flowing a sullen tide The old man crossed in the twilight dim, The sullen stream had no fear for him; But he turned when safe on the other side And built a bridge to span the tide. “Old man,” said a fellow pilgrim near, “You are wasting your strength with building here; Your journey will end with the ending day, You never again will pass this way; You’ve crossed the chasm, deep and wide, Why build this bridge at evening tide?” The builder lifted his old gray head; “Good friend, in the path I have come,” he said, “There followed after me to-day A youth whose feet must pass this way. This chasm that has been as naught to me To that fair-haired youth may a pitfall be; He, too, must cross in the twilight dim; Good friend, I am building this bridge for him.” We are all going to miss you Ian.

 

Jane Sherinian posted on 4/13/20

My deepest sympathy to you, Nancy, and your family. Ian was such a fun loving, kind and congenial young man. It was a privilege to get to know him. Sending hugs and love to you.

 

 

Mike and Jen Kaul posted on 4/13/20

Our love and prayers are with you during this difficult time.

 

 

Nicole Young posted on 4/13/20

May your light continue shine in heaven Ian We love and miss you little cousin ❤️

 

 

Jeff and Mia Bomm posted on 4/13/20

In memory of Ian T. Young, Jeff and Mia Bomm lit a candle

 

Marty Young posted on 4/13/20

Ian is one of those ultra kind souls that are a rarity in this world. His generous nature, his strong empathy for those around him and his embrace of all the joys in life will make us miss him all the more. They say the brightest stars burn the quickest but are the most beautiful. Ian was a brilliant light that touched all who knew him. Now he shines in our hearts and our memories - never to be forgotten. I love you Ian. Shine bright in Heaven...

 

The Gipson family posted on 4/13/20

May God’s hope-filled promises bring comfort to your souls and peace to your heart’s. WITH HEARTHFELT Sympathy The Gipson family

 

 

Laurie Desmore posted on 4/13/20

I Love You Daddy! God Bless You. May you be in the Kingdom of Heaven. May you Be with Your Love,Mommy.

 

robert n bryan posted on 4/13/20

Lois, I'm sorry to hear of the passing of your mother. It's been fifty years since we've seen each other, but I can remember times that you and I talked with your mom - and when she got her new Chevrolet. We live in uncertain times right now, but i'd love to hear from you. [email protected] Stay well. Bob Bryan Prescott Valley, AZ

 

Tom Saye posted on 4/13/20

I worked with Jimmie at several different locations over the years on the MPD. I want Evie, his children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren to know that Jimmie was a friend, great person, liked by all and well respected. He had ability well beyond his rank. Miss our conversations and breakfasts. Love you Jimmie. RIP - 10-4.

 

Darryl Dillahunty posted on 4/12/20

Sgt. Dorsey was a true mentor for many people in the Milwaukee community and particularly for the young officers on the Milwaukee Police Department. Sgt. Dorsey was a very kind, knowledgeable, and physically strong man, but more importantly, intellectually he blessed too. Sgt. Dorsey will be missed by all that got to know him. I have never gotten about who you are and what you always stood for as a person and a cop! Rest-in-Peace and may God bless your soul. -Darryl Dillahunty (Former Police Officer, MPD) Rockwall, Texas

 

 

Patrick Mott posted on 4/12/20

In memory of Brooks Edward Abernathy, Patrick Mott lit a candle

 

Kim and Paul Falde posted on 4/12/20

Rod, Jenny, family, and friends: we just learned about Donny's passing and are heartbroken. Our sincerest sympathies and condolences. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Much love, Kim and Paul Falde

 

john gaebler posted on 4/12/20

Very sorry to see the obit in the MJS. Have enjoyed biking with Emmanouel at the Shorewood Fitnmess Center over the last 5 or 6 years. Always in a good spirits; always with a laugh; always with a joke. We will all certainly miss his ready smile and gentle good humor.

 

 

Tammy Borchert posted on 4/12/20

We dont know u , but my heart goes to your family

 

Sue posted on 4/12/20

Dad, I know you’re still around me because I see signs everywhere. I miss you so much. I was always proud to be your daughter and I promise I’ll take care of things and continue to make you proud of me. Say hello to grandma and grandpa, big Jimmy and Niko and uncle Sonny and auntie Toni. Keep visiting me and I’ll see you again someday. Love, Smooch

 

Al Stout posted on 4/12/20

Condolences from the Auto Modelers Group of Southeastern Wisconsin goes out to the family of Chuck Larsen. He was a member of our club for several years. He has been missed from the club for several years as some of the older members do remember him. We were sorry to hear of his passing. Our sincere sympathy goes out to his sisters and their families. In God We Trust his Eternal Peace. Kathy & Al for the AMG Club.

 

Beth Kurtz posted on 4/12/20

Paul's big laugh and huge smile would light up a room. Always loved chatting with him about sports, food, and his family. My thoughts and prayers are with Paul and his family, friends, and loved ones.

 

Veronica Bronikowski posted on 4/12/20

My deepest sympathy to Fred and family on the loss of Dorothy. She was a wonderful neighbor for the last 35 years. I will surely miss her. R.I.P. my friend.

 

Mary Gundersen posted on 4/12/20

I’m sorry to hear of your mother’s passing. I’m the daughter of her good friend since 7th grade the late Doris Feiertag. Your mom was such a nice, kind and loving person. I got to know her through my mom. I went shopping and out to lunch with them many times over the years. I found our moms were like two peas in a pod! Both very petite statures, the same sense of humor, and they loved shopping! May you have many nice memories and may she Rest In Peace.

 

 

Alex Lloyd posted on 4/12/20

Brooks will always have a special place in Uncle Lloyd’s heart ❣️

 

Ann Rueser posted on 4/12/20

My heart goes out to you both. You are in my thoughts and prayers every day!

 

 

Peter Wisnefske posted on 4/12/20

In memory of Brooks Edward Abernathy, Peter Wisnefske lit a candle

 

 

The Weber Family posted on 4/12/20

In memory of Brooks Edward Abernathy, The Weber Family lit a candle

 

 

Kindrea Hoover Handley posted on 4/12/20

I’m so sorry for your loss Carly. You have my condolences.❤️

 

 

Heidi and Mike Wisnefske posted on 4/12/20

❤️❤️

 

 

Susan M Kropetz posted on 4/12/20

My Mother was a gentle, kind, caring person that all people should model their lives after. I love you Mother and miss you terribly. I look forward to joining you someday. In the meantime, enjoy all the wonders God has created for you.

 

Pastor David Shelstad posted on 4/12/20

FAMILY of JANE --- Found the obituary of your dear mother/grandmother in this morning's newspaper. Please know that you have my sympathy in the passing of this dear soul. Hard to believe that I've been visiting her for over 12 years! Just a short story: I arrived one morning (attempting to be with her early in the day) and found her taking a nap. As I called her name (Yes, a few times with increasing volume) …. she awoke. The first words out of her mouth were "You're suppose to give me Communion!" I knew and we shared it together. I am confident in her faith filled life that claims the promise of resurrection. May God bless each of you as you entrust her into God's care during these difficult health times. Pastor David

 

Valerie Chamberlain posted on 4/12/20

Sagapopoli, my dear kuklo Emmanuel. Thank you for your beautiful friendship. We sure had a lot of fun and I'll never forget your great sense of humor and your care for me, your family, and all of your many friends. I'm so happy for the years we had knowing each other. You taught me many things and I will keep your memory in my heart forever. I love you, Kuklo! May you rest in peace with your sweet Georgia, and all who went before you. God Bless You, honey! Your friend, Valerie

 

Marilyn Thierbach posted on 4/11/20

Our deepest sympathy to your whole family. So sorry for all of you at this sad time. Glad you will have a memorial when this pandemic is over. Now is the time that you need your extended family and friends. He was loved by so many people and will be greatly missed. Sending much love and prayers to all of you. Dennis & Marilyn Thierbach

 

Sue Gorlewski posted on 4/11/20

One of my favorite memories when I was little was standing on your dads feet and he would dance around with me. He is definitely dancing with Mom in heaven. My prayers are with the whole family.

 

 

Cathy posted on 4/11/20

In memory of Daniel J. Meinecke, Cathy lit a candle

 

 

Barbara Mack posted on 4/11/20

So sorry for your loss. Mr. Dorsey will be missed. May God give you all comfort in this most difficult time.

 

Joyce Kosinski Piekut posted on 4/11/20

Dear Elaine, Steve, Janet, Ted, Roger, Donna, David, Laurie, and Annette: Know that I am hold you tenderly in my heart and share your sorrow over the loss of a kind, wonderful man. Love, Joyce

 

Phyllis Boyer posted on 4/11/20

Ingrid, Thinking of you and wishing you peace to bring comfort for the days and years ahead. I share in this time of grief and I also share in the love and memories of your wonderful mother. Your mother accepted and embraced me with love and I will always remember her. May you fine some comfort in knowing that someone so special will never be forgotten. I will always cherish the beautiful memories of “mom”. With the deepest of sympathy, Phyllis

 

Thomas & Daena Plant posted on 4/11/20

Rod & Jenny...you are in our prayers daily.

 

Dan and Lisa Klein posted on 4/11/20

I didn’t know Donny well, except to say he was kind, courteous, respectful, and genuine. I remember his upbeat disposition, his keen mind, and comfortable personality. What I do emphatically know was that Rod and Jenny were immensely proud of Donny, for the same reasons stated above, but also for his athletic and intellectual prowess. I mean, how many people out there in this world were kind-hearted nuclear engineers, soccer stars, and ultra marathoners all rolled into one?...few on planet earth, I dare say! Rod, Jenny, son Jake, and daughter Megan, you all should take solace in knowing you had the privilege of having this miracle of a young man around your household for up to 34 blessed years. Furthermore, you should know Donny has left a tremendous impact on others far outside of your circles; meaning he will live on far longer than anyone can know. Accordingly, we will all celebrate his life going forward, and reflect on his inspiration to the many. And you all can expect to see his smiling face again, in Heaven. That’s just the way it is. God Bless You All! With So Much Love, Dan

 

 

The Mark and Shawn Geinopolos Family posted on 4/11/20

So saddened and shocked by your loss. Sending Love, thoughts and Prayers.... Donny, Memory Eternal....

 

 

Jen Beck posted on 4/11/20

I am sorry for the incredible loss you are experiencing. Megan, I know how close your were with Donny and the loss of a sibling is heart wrenching. John 6:37: Jesus said, "All that the Father gives Me will come to Me, and the one who comes to Me I will by no means cast out." May you feel Jesus' comfort and peace in your troubles and pain.

 

S Dianna Masters posted on 4/11/20

I can begin to understand what it’s like to lose a son. But I believe all of heaven rejoiced when he arrived and made them laugh. Your list is great and so is the list of his world. Let The Lird bless and comfort you during these times because there is no replacement for your son. Love you

 

Erik Solberg posted on 4/11/20

I had the pleasure of spending time with Donny in Madison. His wit, intelligence and easygoing nature were ever present. He has been heavy in my heart this last week and I will continue to think of him in a positive manner for the rest of my life. Although I have not met his family, from what I have learned from speaking with his friends that have, I look forward to the day that I do!

 

Jane Kilde posted on 4/11/20

So many memories from Aldersgate and the many family events.She will be missed.The Aldersgate card players continue in Heaven! Prayers with your family during this time!

 

TANIKA TLYNN AIKENS posted on 4/11/20

My mama always made me smile she gives me love gentle care that showed she loves me dearly and always and she is strong amiable because too her talks that always make me feel special during our quality moments while together 24/7 knowlingly she is the best of the best and she was the nicest to me the sweetest to me and always looked after me and I looked after her fiercly and gently she had the best style and my is a real great GREAT photo model her Neatness and Cleaniest her Organizational Care were to get a enthusiasm with soothing joy that noone else can do like her I really keep her dear TO ME how I had a best pal always I had a great teacher and the very best bond we got were to cry over with tears of joy I always respected her and won't go a day without talking and thinking of my momma. We shopped together we pray we watch family tv series we designed we share much in common on all sorts of talks Every moment when we are together traditionally holidays were looked forward to and well established with perfect memories we listen to music traveled I spoiled her with gifts and lots and a lot of tender love like she does with me. Really I love being by her side and that was all I needed and treasurable altogether. She is truly a Legend and that will truly am a jewel completely missed My thought treasure of her is Gorgeously perfect Mama you are pretty my momma are the prettiest young lady with beautiful intelligence not only that there you are with much to remember the Greatest Mother you are. I miss you mama I love you much much more I love her advice and I was the best and her favorite daughter and only and listen to her knowledge and did what I was told and acknowledge all she does gratefully I were the nicest and most thoughtful sweetest I can be with my mama and we kept the fun maturity and jazzyness with soothing relaxation of reason that flourished our stronger bond each moment

 

 

Aaron and Kelly King posted on 4/10/20

In memory of Donald "Donny" Fostner, Aaron and Kelly King lit a candle

 

 

Sam Boebel posted on 4/10/20

Donny, was an awesome teammate in soccer, a great coworker, the coolest friend, and an even better person. He’s been taken from us too soon and I’ll miss him greatly. My thoughts are with you Fostners and Woboril’s.

 

Michelle Brouchoud posted on 4/10/20

My very deepest condolences. I was shocked (as I am sure you were) by this tragic news. I helped my brother, Mark West, coach Donny and the "Elm Grove Thunder" soccer team when he was in middle school and I remember such a fun and inspiring human being and great soccer player. He will be missed. My sympathy goes out to your family and his friends.

 

David C. Miles posted on 4/10/20

Like Faith, I was also fortunate enough to be welcomed to the family by Harriet. Unfortunately, I never had the opportunity to meet Russ, but, Harriet welcomed me on that first Thanksgiving and made me feel like part of that family thereafter. She was a terrific lady and I will miss her.

 

Mary E Jackson posted on 4/10/20

To my loving sister, I remember your beautiful smile and encouraging words your concern and wisdom of remarks to my daughters you would truly be missed but I'll always have wonderful memories in my heart love you and miss you sister Mary Ellen

 

Sylvio and Amy posted on 4/10/20

We join you in your loss. We pray blessing and courage to you in these strange times we live in. May you all find a way to live your grief, receive affection and rejoice about the passage of this great lady in your lives. Sylvio and Amy (Karen's sister) from Canada

 

Brenda Witkowski posted on 4/10/20

Jimmie was a good man, good husband, father and grandfather. He was understanding, showed kindness, patience and leadership; he spent quality time training and developing our children. Jimmie was a man of God. My friend you will be deeply missed. My prayers goes out to Evelyn and family.

 

Wynter (Nikki) Jackson posted on 4/10/20

I am so appreciative of the memories and moments that I have with Aunt Della. She was and will always be my special version of a grandmother. Having never met any grandparents on either side of my family, I became to relish my memories of the summers spent in Rockford with Aunt Della as time spent with my grandmother-figure. Lots of times, it would be me, Aunt Della and Mrs. Earnestine driving to different places around Rockford or driving me back to Joliet. I always looked forward to spending weeks in the summer with my Aunt Della. Aunt Della and I would read books and drink tea. We would have hot tea in the evenings before bed. And to this day during the summers, I brew suntea because of Aunt Della. She was at EVERY celebration I had from elementary school to college and beyond! She would share the same stories over and over again of me and her in Rockford (like the time I sang under my breath about her and Mrs. Earnestine ignoring me and not paying me any attention)). . And now I am so glad she repeated those same stories because they bring me comfort during this time. I pray that Aunt Della knows that I love her and that she meant a lot to me. Our relationship was special and I hope she felt the same. Now when I pray to God, I know that not only is Jesus interceding on my behalf, but Aunt Della is also in heaven advocating for me. I will see you again, Aunt Della. And I love you (very much).

 

 

Pam, mike and audrey posted on 4/10/20

In remembrance of the sweetest lady ever. Happy, loving memories with live in our hearts forever.

 

Kofi' Mayfield posted on 4/10/20

My prayers go out to the Dorsey family. Mr. Dorsey showed such kindness and patience and will be deeply missed.

 

 

Faith Kruse Drescher posted on 4/10/20

It was a sincere pleasure to have had Harriet as part of my life for the last 30 years. So many memories of all our family trips to the cabin for long weekends. One special trip still makes me laugh, it was our trip to Germany for her grandsons wedding. Brian and I had checked into our hotel room and were getting lunch there, when who do we see walking up the sidewalk.....Harriet and her daughter-in-law Karen...they were "lost"... And talk about dogs, some family gatherings there were more dogs than people. In closing, Harriet and Russ embraced me from day one and are two of the most loving people I have had the opportunity to be able to call family. So raise a glass to: Harriet, Russ, Brian and Sassy, I love you and miss you all and look forward to the day we are reunited again. As the saying goes "life goes on"but the memories remain in your hearts forever. Love Faith and Coco

 

Sue Kersten posted on 4/10/20

Harriet was a special lady. I am glad I was able to know her. I was so impressed with the hard work she did with Annie to become a certified Therapy Team at the age she did it. My sincere sympathy to Chris and Dave and to all of the family.

 

 

linda lau posted on 4/10/20

Donny you will truly be missed. Your great seance of humor, smile and all the love you gave to everyone you touched. You will forever be in our hearts

 

Joann Stancer posted on 4/10/20

My sympathies.

 

Teresa Hearn posted on 4/10/20

Sorry about the loss of your loving mother. My thoughts and prayers are with you daily. Matthew 5:4

 

Carla dixon posted on 4/10/20

Shelia, Rodney, Reggie, and Timothy, My heart goes out to all of you guys. It's nothing like losing a parent, but loosing both parents as you guys have is heart breaking! My uncle Richard.....how I loved him :) and my sweet, sweet Aunt Della.....May their souls rest in peace.....and boy am I looking forward to seeing them again!!!.......... I will continue to keep you all in my prayers. God will wipe away the tears and replace them with happy, fond memories of your parents as the days past. May God continue to comfort you. Love your cousin, Carla Bedford-Dixon

 

Karen S Drescher posted on 4/10/20

Harriet was the best 'mom' that I could have chosen. The two most important things she taught, and showed, me was unconditional love, and to live life 'like a child.' She was always thrilled to have her family around. She also loved to hear about our travels so she could enjoy them through us. I will miss you you so much. Love you always.

 

Tammy Wheeler posted on 4/10/20

Shelia and Family, My condolences and prayers to you and your family. My prayer and love and sent and pray that the blessings of God will comfort you all at this time. I love you girl and just a call or FaceTime a way. Sending you all virtual hugs and kisses.

 

Steve Connor posted on 4/10/20

Rod, My words fall way short in expressing my sincere sorrow upon hearing of the unfortunate loss of your son Donny. My heartfelt thoughts and prayers are with you and family during this most difficult time. May the hurt heal quickly, leaving only the many pleasant memories of your son. God Bless you Rod, Steve

 

 

Robert and Cynthia Allen posted on 4/10/20

Sending our love....

 

Judy & Dick Plant posted on 4/10/20

Our hearts are very sadden for the loss of your son. What can we say to you...Jenny and Rod.....you will feel this loss in your hearts forever....we do know that Our Loving God will hold both of you in His Arms very tightly. You are both very special people to us and you can count on us for daily prayer asking Our Lord to give you all that He knows you need. Sending a very big hug....Love, Judy & Dick Plant

 

Betty Saunders posted on 4/10/20

No words can express the loss. He had a smile and a hug every time I saw him at dale's. He touched so many. He is at peace. May God continue to bless your family during this time.

 

Ronald Coburn posted on 4/10/20

My heart and thoughts go out to Rod and Jenny at this time. While I did not have the pleasure of meeting Donny, I got to know Rod very well and I do know how tight the family was and how proud Rod was of his son. It was not only an incredible loss to his family, but a loss to everyone that could have meet and appreciated Donny in the future. A star is now missing from the sky.

 

 

Kristin posted on 4/10/20

In memory of Donald "Donny" Fostner, Kristin lit a candle

 

 

Amara Trotier posted on 4/9/20

I love you and I miss you so much

 

 

Jeloni woulard posted on 4/9/20

In memory of Jimmie Lee Dorsey, Jeloni woulard lit a candle

 

Kimberly Kinlow posted on 4/9/20

My deepest condolences to all family, friends, and colleagues. Mr Dorsey will be missed so very much. May God bless and comfort with the knowledge that he is with the Lord and we will see him again some day.

 

Johnnie R Patterson/Doers Travel Club posted on 4/9/20

Sorry to hear of your loss.Prayers the family . Johnnie patterson

 

Cooky Randall posted on 4/9/20

Dear Icy and family....I’m so sorry to hear of Della’s passing...we all used to be good church friends at Providence before I moved to Milwaukee. My heart and prayers are with you during these times. Love, Cooky

 

Tami Milam (Fukuchi) posted on 4/9/20

My heart breaks for your family. I know it has been many years, but know you are in my thoughts and prayers. Megan, sending you hugs...miss you sweet girl! Love, Kuch

 

Emily Yachinich Ellison posted on 4/9/20

I will always remember Lil' Jen; my childhood friend and neighbor. I still remember playing together on our block and the other memories from that time. To Amy and Bryan and all loved ones who were close to Jenny: sending you strength as you continue forward.

 

 

Monica Ivory posted on 4/9/20

You are a Magnificent Man who touched the lives of many. Rest In Paradise you will be truly missed

 

Janice and Ed posted on 4/9/20

I loved Aunt Elda so much. She always made me feel special even when my other 10 brothers and sisters were visiting. She made me feel like I was the most important one there. She just had that way about her. Always smiling, never complaining, just an all around lovely lady. She was such a good cook and we loved going to her house for her special spaghetti and meatballs! I am so happy you are finally with all your loved ones and I can't wait until I meet you again in heaven. I know your first words to me will be "Hi Peanut!" Love you Aunt Elda!

 

Carolyn Lee posted on 4/9/20

My prayers go out to the family. I will miss Mr. Dorsey (Jimmie) very much. His easy smile and quick wit. Evelyn, my love to you. Pray for your healing and comfort. Love Carolyn Lee and family.

 

Frederick and Dorothy Dyson posted on 4/9/20

To Sheila and the rest of the family, we are truly saddened by the passing of your Mother. Just know, that we are keeping you all in our hearts and prayers. We love you!

 

Lana Moore posted on 4/9/20

Clay, CJ & I are so sorry for your loss Wayne, Whitney & Lauren. Leondra was a wonderful & beloved friend which we will truly miss! Please know you are in our thoughts & prayers. Please let us know when the memorial service. Love you guys, take care.

 

LASHENA A MCGINNIS posted on 4/9/20

My condolences to The Dorsey Family. Always, Shena Aurora Cancer Care.

 

 

Virginia Kubiak posted on 4/9/20

Bye Uncle Jimmy.

 

Gregg & Jeanne Dati posted on 4/9/20

Our hearts are saddened to learn of your loss. Please know our family is keeping your family in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Todd Thompson and Janice Lewicki posted on 4/9/20

I believe that every heart sank to all time low levels when we heard this sad news. We all prayed, we all cried, we're all still crying and, we will continue to pray for strength and understanding for everyone effected. Grace be to God.

 

Carol Steward posted on 4/9/20

Elda & Eddie were special people in my life. I have fond memories of being in their home. You entered the first time as a visitor, and left being part of the family. Elda's warmth and sense of humor were the highlights of my visits, not to mention her homemade kitchen creations! She loved the Lord and lived it out! I thank God for Elda!

 

Dean & Karyn Hutto posted on 4/9/20

No amount of words can express the sadness and pain that the entire Fostner/Minturn families are going through during this very difficult time. Our hearts ache for you and know that you are constantly in our thoughts and prayers. The love and joy a child brings us will never be forgotten. Cherish all the memories you have with Donny and the rest of your family. They will be with you forever and will always comfort you. We wish we were there to give you all big hugs. May he rest in peace. Lots of love from Colorado!

 

Marge Braier posted on 4/9/20

So Sorry to hear about Sue. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you at this difficult time.

 

Diane Morgan posted on 4/9/20

I was saddened to recently learn that Judee had passed away. She and I worked together in New York at Grey Advertising and were friends in for many years. We enjoyed many business and social events together. Judee was a good person. My sincere condolences to her family. Rest in peace my friend. Diane Morgan, Lakewood Ranch, FL

 

 

Laquita Dampeer posted on 4/8/20

We love and miss you each day Tommy Lovon Dampeer - Your strength continues to inspire.

 

Marilyn L Burress posted on 4/8/20

TO EVELYN DORSEY AND FAMILY OF JIMMY DORSEY, YOU HAVE MY DEEPEST SYMPATHY. MAY GOD BE WITH YOU DURING THESE DIFFICULT TIMES, LOVE YOU ALL. MARILYN BURRESS AND FAMILY

 

Rick & Ellie Colombo posted on 4/8/20

It is so hard to find the words to express how deeply sorry we are for your loss or any that can ease the pain you are going through. But what we do know is how pleased God must be with how you nurtured and cherished the gift that was given to you. That you cared for him in such a beautiful way. It was clearly evident how deeply loved Donny was by you all. We are praying for the day when the many memories will bring more smiles than tears. Love and hugs to all of you.

 

Carolyn Dodge posted on 4/8/20

Saying goodbye to a father is never easy, no matter how old. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. Take care of yourself and reflect on the life lived, and knowledge shared. A fathers love is like no other.

 

Jerad Flemming posted on 4/8/20

Thoughts and prayers with the family as we remember this amazing woman who touched so many lives. She was my Sunday school teacher and a second grandmother to me growing up at Benediction Lutheran. She will be greatly missed.

 

Jill Stephens posted on 4/8/20

I don’t know what to say except that we will always remember your remarkable son. We love you guys.

 

Sarah Hirsch (Flemming) posted on 4/8/20

I had Mrs Schrank for Sunday School at Benediction. She was always one of my favorites and loved me like one of her grandchildren. My prayers are with the family at this time. Praying you find comfort and peace.

 

Bob and Cindy Schulz posted on 4/8/20

We were so shocked and sorry to hear about Nancy. We feel your loss-we will miss her friendship, bright smile and delightful sense of humor. We feel lucky to have known such a wonderful person. Thinking of her entire family with our deepest sympathy.

 

 

Donna J Grabski posted on 4/8/20

To all the Fostners, know that you are in our hearts and minds. Please know that our prayers are all around you. Respectfully, Dennis, Donna, Kellen and Alyssa Grabski

 

 

Tara Pledger posted on 4/8/20

I do trully miss you and i would always joke with my self wondering what car you in for that day or whenever i would see you. Rest In Peace

 

BONNIE STOLPER posted on 4/8/20

Just wanted you to know your mom was a very special lady. I will miss her little notes. Hugs and Love, Bonnie

 

Lynn & Kurt Strothenke posted on 4/8/20

We were very sorry to hear of Janet's passing. She was one of the sweetest ladies, kind & loving. Please accept our condolences Lynn and Kurt Strothenke, Sussex, Wisconsin

 

 

Debbie A. Schulz posted on 4/7/20

Praying & thinking of you & your Family! God has you wrapped in his Love, Xxoo. Lv gd bls

 

 

Cheryl Pizzino posted on 4/7/20

In memory of Nancy Bishop, Cheryl Pizzino lit a candle

 

Dale Brueggemann posted on 4/7/20

I never knew Dr. Huisken, except through a few of Wendy's blogs and Facebook posts, where I caught a glimpse of a godly and kind man. Janice and I offer our sincere condolences to the extended family and circle of friends who experience this time as personal loss and a reminder of our blessed hope in Christ. Dale & Janice Brueggemann

 

 

Julia Lopez de la Cruz posted on 4/7/20

I am so sorry for you and your family, I know for a fact he is in a better place now. Me and my family are forever grateful for your heartfelt actions and words in our times of sorrow. So please do not hesitate in reaching out to us for whatever you all may need in these trying times.

 

Chloe Beaudoin posted on 4/7/20

My cousin was a beautiful and devout woman who had been a wonderful wife and mother, may her spirit move on to a lovely place where she will abide in eternal peace.

 

 

Steven Dompke posted on 4/7/20

You are in our thoughts and hearts, Superstar Big hugs and love sent to y'all

 

 

Steven Dompke posted on 4/7/20

You are in our thoughts and hearts, Superstar Big hugs and love sent to y'all

 

Faye Hester posted on 4/7/20

I am so sorry for your great loss of your beloved husband, father, & grandfather! Jeannette, much love and hugs to you. <3 Love lives forever. Know that Max is not his body- - his soul is very much alive in Christ on the other side, and you WILL be reunited in God's time. It will be joyous! May God hold you all in the palm of His great hand, comfort you, and give you His peace. My deepest sympathies, my dear friend.

 

 

Claire Anderson posted on 4/7/20

So sorry for your loss.... thoughts and prayers to the family. Rest In Peace Uncle Max.

 

 

Tony and Gail Dompke posted on 4/7/20

In memory of Mr. Max Vandenberg, Tony and Gail Dompke lit a candle

 

 

HtayBrett posted on 4/7/20

Our thoughts and prayers are with you and family.

 

 

Janice posted on 4/7/20

In memory of Mr. Max Vandenberg, Janice lit a candle

 

Kim Terrell posted on 4/7/20

I'm deepest condolences to all of you. He was a wonderful, kind man to me and my Rolly. Love to all of you as you are in my thoughts and prayers. Love Kim and family

 

Brett and Htay Lieungh posted on 4/7/20

Our thoughts and prayers are with you and the the family. We look forward to this public ordeal to be over with so we can meet and celebrate Dads life. Love you!

 

Phil Chavez posted on 4/7/20

My deepest condolences to life long friends of the Chavez family. Max was just an awesome guy and I am so glad I had the pleasure of growing up knowing him. My heart goes out to you all.

 

Gabriel posted on 4/7/20

Dear Wright Family, I am truly sorry for the loss of your loved one. This is always a sad moment in all our lives to lose someone that has been in our lives for so long. I know they will be missed dearly. God never desired for us to suffer this way but comforts us in his word the Bible. John 5:28,29 tell us "Do not be amazed at this, for the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out....." Please go to JW.org and find out more information on what happens to us when we die. Gabriel

 

Ricardo Mendez posted on 4/7/20

My condolences and best wish to the family and Joan my friend RIP to her father , that I meet in person years ago .

 

Beneta A Dompke posted on 4/7/20

Sharing a memory that we have saved over the years...a piece of metal artwork that showed Max's talent for working with his hands, whether on a job or just to be creative. My condolences and prayers are with all of you at this time. I am sincere when I say I know what you are experiencing, since I went through that a little over a year ago. But I know God is with us, especially in these troubled times. I may not be with you in person, but with you virtually via live stream. "Where a beautiful soul has been, there is a stream of beautiful memories."

 

Alzheimer's Association Wisconsin Chapter posted on 4/7/20

On behalf of everyone here at the Alzheimer's Association - thank you so much for thinking of us at this time of loss to your family. Memorial donations made Eleanor's name will be put to immediate use serving families and supporting research. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Dave Grams, Executive Director

 

 

Robin Mosey posted on 4/7/20

In memory of Nancy Bishop, Robin Mosey lit a candle

 

Kristen Clark posted on 4/7/20

I was looking up information on the Jeske family who lived in Brookfield in the 1960s and 70s when I was growing up there. This jumped out at me because I am a pancreatic cancer survivor of nearly 6 years. 10 hour Whipple surgery, chemotherapy and chemo radiation. What a beautiful woman this was! My condolences and cyber hugs from Oregon.

 

 

Libby krouse posted on 4/6/20

Condolences to the family and friends Kim & Tina.

 

Beverly Foti posted on 4/6/20

Thoughts and prayers are with all the family. I worked with Vicky at EHS and Sue was always so supportive of Vicky and the staff--she was a wonderful lady and will be truly missed. Take care!

 

Jennifer Dunn posted on 4/6/20

I will very much miss Rob. We had a special quiet bond. We both were shy and understood that saying good night and have a great weekend sufficed. He was a wonderful and steadfast man. Linda and Justin were truly blessed with him. They will be in my heart and prayers as they heal. He will be greatly missed.

 

Philip Dallman posted on 4/6/20

Nancy was always such delight to work with . Her presence here at Baird will be greatly missed. Please accept our condolences for the entire Dallman and all of her friends here at Baird. Regards, Philip Dallman

 

Susan Michalek posted on 4/6/20

Dear Jim, Vicky and Daniel, So sorry to hear about Sue (your mom). She always had an extra kick to her step at bowling. May you find comfort in your memories. With Deepest Sympathy, Jim, Susan and Melanie Michalek

 

 

Joshua Evers posted on 4/6/20

Condolences on behalf of Tina Dombrowski's nephew - sorry for your sudden loss

 

Doug Hofstetter posted on 4/6/20

I know I speak for so many in this big family that its incredibly frustrating for us to not gather and hug and just "Be there" for you all right now. I ache for your loss and have so many good memories of good times with Rob growing up. Hope you all find peace in knowing he's with all the relatives we've lost over the years and probably looking down on all of us and smiling. Take care.

 

 

Tina K posted on 4/6/20

My thoughts and prayers are with Tina D and Nancy's family at this time. I pray she has a beautiful funeral.

 

 

Stephanie Wood posted on 4/6/20

Sorry for the loss of your wife, Sister, Aunt, friend. God comfort you all and give you all peace!

 

Diana Peil posted on 4/6/20

We are so sorry for your loss may you find peace in your time of sorrow Diane and Kayla

 

Jackie Domnick(from Hallmark) posted on 4/6/20

I was so sorry to hear about Nancy's passing. Please accept our sympathy. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

 

Shelley Zierler posted on 4/6/20

Peace and love in sincere condolences in the celebration as your precious friend and family member joins Our Lord

 

 

Stephanie Zakroczymski posted on 4/6/20

You are very special lady. I know, because you will be missed by so many. ( Especially my dear friend Tina. )

 

 

Amanda & Joshua Duncan posted on 4/6/20

My heart is broken for you as you lose a friend, wife, family member during this difficult time. May God’s peace and comfort be with you. ❤️

 

 

Deidre Vergeer posted on 4/6/20

My deepest condolences during this sad time.

 

 

Laurin Discher posted on 4/6/20

In memory of Jennifer "Jenny" L. Ray, Laurin Discher lit a candle

 

Randy and Miriam Schumacher posted on 4/6/20

We miss Nancy’s magnetic personality and wonderful smile; but take joy in knowing Heaven’s a little bit brighter now. Keep smiling as you look down on us dear Friend.

 

Laurin Discher posted on 4/6/20

It is hard to put what I feel into words. My heart breaks for you. Amy and Bryan, may God bless you and may your good memories fill you with love, knowing that Jennifer has finally found her peace. I wanted to write down some of the words I shared the other day. May you always walk in sunshine and God around you flow, For the happiness you gave us, no one will ever know. It broke our hearts to lose you, but you did not go alone. A part of us went with you the day God called you home. A million times we needed you, a million times we cried. If love could only have saved you, you would have never died. May the Lord be with you and may you rest in peace. Matthew 11:28-30 Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy and my burden is light.

 

Ann Linskens posted on 4/6/20

We are so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. Ann, Scott, and Rachel Linskens

 

 

Mike Salaty posted on 4/6/20

In memory of Nancy Bishop, Mike Salaty lit a candle

 

 

Carol Lord posted on 4/6/20

In memory of Nancy Bishop, Carol Lord lit a candle

 

 

Bob and Cindy Schulz posted on 4/5/20

In memory of Nancy Bishop, Bob and Cindy Schulz lit a candle

 

Dawn LeRoy posted on 4/5/20

I was stunned and deeply saddened when I heard of Nancy passing. I didn't get to see her often but when we were all together we always had such a good time. I'm one of the "frequent flyer 44" gang and I know she will be very missed by everybody.. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

 

 

Rose and Eric posted on 4/5/20

In memory of Paul James Clemons, Jr., Rose and Eric lit a candle

 

Harper, Ty, jodi Foren posted on 4/5/20

Dearest Jim, Victoria and Daniel, we are sad to hear the loss of your loving Mother and Spouse. Sue always provided uplifting comments and a warmth that endeared her to all she encounterd. We were blessed to know her and moved by her loving example. Gods Blessings for each of you... especially to celebrate Sues life with loving recall of all the great memories of Sue, which will live on.... in all of you, forever.

 

Steve Tews posted on 4/5/20

I worked at Baird for decades before retiring last year and Nancy was one of the truly nice people there. She was always the same-happy and outgoing, I enjoyed her sense of humor and she tolerated my foolishness. Our standing line at the end of the day was”I am leaving - don’t forget the lights”. My sympathy to her family. Steve Tews ,

 

Gail kimmes posted on 4/5/20

We are so sorry to hear this news. Thinking of you all at this difficult time. The Kimmes/ Pelon Family

 

Michael Stewart posted on 4/5/20

Dear Jim, Vicky and Dan, my deepest sympathy to your wonderful family. I am honored to have known Sue for many years. Vicky was in my special education program in New Berlin, as well as in the summer special needs recreation program and Special Olympics. Sue was a wonderful mother and advocate for persons with special needs. My thoughts and prayers go out to your entire family. Mike Stewart

 

Ranee Seaman posted on 4/5/20

We are so sorry to hear of the sad news of Sue’s passing. Our daughter Steph was on Vicki’s bowling team for several years. The Seaman Family - Steph, Ranee and Jeff

 

 

Lucinda Applegate-Jiles posted on 4/5/20

I am sadden to hear about the loss of Mrs. Davis. The loving memories of Thanksgiving Dinner with her will always make me smile. She will be missed.

 

Dana posted on 4/5/20

Logans love will always be with me. He taught me so much about God's grace and even with the pain of today I know that you will still always come For me. Always be with me. You told me your self just days before you got called home that a soul tie like ours doesn't ever go away. We get a forever love because we have Grace. My heart goes out to your family. I'm praying that your Mom and Dad as well as Luke and Levi find peace in your love and God's love.

 

 

Rozalia "Rose" Harris posted on 4/5/20

In memory of Paul James Clemons, Jr., Rozalia "Rose" Harris lit a candle

 

Rozalia "Rose" Harris posted on 4/5/20

Eric and I send our sincere condolences to the family. You are in our thoughts and prayers

 

Twyla James posted on 4/5/20

Ingrid, I’m sending you love and condolences from my heart to yours. I hold such fond memories of our mothers together. The two of them were something else. Take care and I will be in touch. Kindly, Twyla James

 

Kim Harvey posted on 4/5/20

I will never be able to put into words how blessed I am to have met Nancy. The number 44 has a special meaning to me because that is the route that brought Tina, Nancy and I together. You will always be like a sister to me, my fellow Busketeer, the glue that kept the three of us connected. When I heard you were gone, it seemed like a cruel joke and still doesn't feel real. I have so many memories to choose from, but I would give anything to see, talk, laugh and spend more time with you. My heart breaks for those like me, that love you and don't feel complete without you here. I miss you so much and could really use one of your hugs. God gained a very special angel, please watch over us down here. You will never be forgotten, love always your SOH!

 

carrie Grunwald posted on 4/5/20

Jim, I am so saddened to hear of Nancy's passing. She was one of my favorite patients I looked forward to seeing; along with you. She always had such a positive outlook, really built me up when I shared something that bothered me!! I am really going to miss her here but I know she believed in Jesus and that I will see her again . I pray for you Jim, please take time to take care of yourself. You have so many people who love and care about you. Spend sometime with those wonderful great nieces and nephews let them love on you!. I will fondly remember Nancy and miss you so much; With heart felt sympathy , Carrie aka your hygienist

 

Wendy Smith posted on 4/5/20

Ingrid, I am so sorry for your lost. I’ve known your mother since I was a kid and she was always so nice. My prayers are with you. <3

 

 

Lynn Evers posted on 4/5/20

Nancy was a wonderful wife to Jim and a faithful friend to my sister, Tina! She will be greatly missed...

 

 

Gerise and Mike Weidner posted on 4/5/20

In memory of Nancy Bishop, Gerise and Mike Weidner lit a candle

 

 

Kim Harvey posted on 4/5/20

In memory of Nancy Bishop, Kim Harvey lit a candle

 

 

Tina Dombrowski posted on 4/5/20

In memory of Nancy Bishop, Tina Dombrowski lit a candle

 

Anthony posted on 4/5/20

I had the pleasure of meeting Logan a few months ago, and we became close very quickly. He had an amazing sense of humor, and a passion for God. We spent many nights sharing conversations about God working in our lives, and even had impromptu praise and worship sessions right in my truck just driving around listening to music. His personal request was usually “New Wine” by Hillsong Worship. He was madly in love with God, recovery and the fellowship from the moment we met and also realized there was other people that loved to play spades and poker as much as him! He will be dearly missed by me, and many other men who had the blessing of spending some intimate time with him. As much as I miss Logan, I find a ton of peace knowing his faith and salvation are secure - he’s home. My thoughts and prayers are with the family.

 

Mary Tulachka posted on 4/5/20

My deepest sympathy to you and your family. Thoughts and prayers are with you as this sad time. Mary Tulachka

 

Ellen Rexroat posted on 4/5/20

Nancy always had a warm smile and a happy greeting when I entered the reception area at the beginning of the work day. She was well-liked and respected by me and by so many others. She will be deeply missed.

 

Katie Martin posted on 4/5/20

Darrin, I'm saddened for the loss of your beloved son. My thoughts and prayers are with you, Shawna and the rest of the family. I didn't know Logan well but he seemed a thoughtful, and kind man. May the peace and love of God be with you all. Katie

 

Rosanne Burac-Englert (Campbell) posted on 4/5/20

Dear Cheryl and Marsha, sending my sympathies to your family. So sad to hear this news.

 

Scott Heian posted on 4/5/20

I had her for 3rd grade at Ben Franklin. She got married that year. Started the year as Miss Barg. I remember how hard it was for us 3rd graders to start calling her Mrs. Maurer. Also, I remember a group of friends rode our bikes to BF when we were in probably 6th grade to visit her after school one time. She was sooo excited to see us and see how we'd grown up! We may have been the first class that she taught. I don't know that for sure, but she was a very young teacher at the time. RIP Mrs. Maurer! Prayers to you and your family.

 

Tina Dombrowski posted on 4/5/20

I lost one of my best friends this week. Nancy was my wonderful friend whom I talked or texted with several times a week, and rode the bus home with just about every day. I met her on the bus about 8 years ago. Kim, Nancy and I are so close and are known as the 3 Busketeers (because we all met each other on the bus). We are so close that we call each other SOH (Sisters Of the Heart). We all met on the Route 44 Freeway Flyer bus and go out for breakfast about once every couple of months on Saturdays, followed by some shopping. More recently, Nancy, Jim and I would grab dinner after work about once a week. Jim is retired and would drop off and pick up Nancy from the bus stop every day, so I saw Jim quite often. Jim and Nancy called each other "Hunno". They were lovebirds, married for over 25 years. Nancy was selfless, loved unconditionally and always had a listening hear. She will be dearly, dearly missed by me and so many.

 

 

Eileen Wingenter posted on 4/5/20

I was lucky to see Nancy throughout the day at Baird, she was such a sweet lady, always smiling, very kind. She will be missed!

 

Karen fletcher posted on 4/5/20

I am Julie Geoffreys mom. So sorry for your loss. I remember meeting you and your wife several times thru the years at Julies house. Praying for you .

 

 

Ann Stokman posted on 4/5/20

Sorry to hear of the loss.

 

 

Cynthia Bullock posted on 4/5/20

In memory of Robert James Jackson, Cynthia Bullock lit a candle

 

Tom & Anna Spohn posted on 4/4/20

Hi Linda and Justin, We all new that our Lord would be calling Rob home but when the time comes it is always very hard to believe the time has come. I know that with each day, week and month your life will become to get a little better. We have prayed for Rob and now we'll pray for you and Justin. Your Friend In Christ Anna & Tom

 

 

Diana Simmons posted on 4/4/20

In memory of Paul James Clemons, Jr., Diana Simmons lit a candle

 

Shante "Shonypooh" Crawford posted on 4/4/20

Than you so much for everything...as you would say all the time that I dont have to keep saying thanks. Yes, I do in my crazy tone as I'm so appreciative to have known you and grateful that you ALWAYS looked out for me. Big Paul, this hit hard and you will be truly missed. Like a brother from a different mother. You made my job so much easier as a Parent Coordinator for MPS. During stressful situations you were always around with that big kool aid smile and words of encouragement. And because of that I have continued to climb the MPS latter, I'm really going to miss you, singing karoake, taking back a few good cocktails and just your good spirit. Most of all, I'm going to miss coming to you department asking for favors (LOL). Now, I sit back and wonder who going to get my poster right, make sure all my duplicating get done and send out in a timely matter. I guess someone will but I rather it be you. RIH bro and I will get the memories alive. To the family, prayers to you all. Nita, keep your head up and God Bless.

 

 

Bob and Lorraine Conrad posted on 4/4/20

We have known Nancy for many years and she has always been the nicest person. We will miss her, as so many will, and pray for both Nancy and Jim.

 

Cynthia posted on 4/4/20

Dr Weston, Thank you so much....your wisdom and kindness made all the difference.

 

Wendy & Jeff posted on 4/4/20

We remember Arlene's kindness and generosity, she was a loving presence in our lives. We were glad Arlene could join us on some great northwoods vacations :) We remember game nights with Arlene fondly and laugh at her frustration if we didn't get her clues ( a charade of Tiger Woods comes to mind). Happy to have had her in our lives and part of our family. She will be sincerely missed by all of us.

 

Dan Andritsch posted on 4/4/20

I am so sorry to hear that Eleanor has passed away. I remember all the times our families shared picnics and holidays together. Visiting at each others homes. All good times and memories. Be thankful for the long and fruitful life that Eleanor lived. I pray for God's grace and comfort for the Mishak family at this time.

 

Fred and Barb Kilp posted on 4/4/20

We are so sorry for your loss! Please accept our condolences and proayers!

 

Jen (Kilp) Perry posted on 4/4/20

So sorry for you loss. Thoughts and prayers with you and your family. ❤

 

Shalanda D posted on 4/4/20

My sincerest condolences to your family. Paul and I would walk into work together almost daily. Whenever our paths crossed for work, he was always pleasant and had a smile on his face. I pray God will comfort you during this time.

 

 

Crystal crowe " karol family" posted on 4/4/20

In memory of Jennifer "Jenny" L. Ray, Crystal crowe " karol family" lit a candle

 

Chad posted on 4/3/20

I just want to say, I will MSU and will always Love you mom forever!!! Love your son, CHAD

 

Maria Harvey posted on 4/3/20

My Condolences to the Family. Rob will truly be missed by everyone in the fellowship. Loved seeing all of his cars throughout the years. R W.G my Brother

 

 

Shirren posted on 4/3/20

Im praying for the family in a time such as this ! Im sorry for your loss I pray for Strength and that the Comforter and the Peace GOD to Rise and take Rest in Jesus Mighty Name AMEN

 

 

Kellee Howell posted on 4/3/20

Thoughts and prayers. No words Love you all

 

Kerry Hanson posted on 4/3/20

Dear Jeanette and family. My prayers are for you in this difficult time. May God's Blessing and Grace be with you.

 

 

Melissa Glass posted on 4/3/20

In memory of Geanine R. Maurer, Melissa Glass lit a candle

 

Amber Briones posted on 4/3/20

Jen, you were and ALWAYS WILL BE my nearest and dearest best friend forever!!! I feel like a part of me is missing but I have to accept that you're at peace and have reunited with all your loved ones in heaven and I'll be waiting for your open arms to great me when my day gets called to go home. I'll FOREVER cherish ALL of my wonderful memories with you. Your vibrant, loving, compassionate, caring and humorous soul will always live on in your boys. In which, I'll look after your mom, Bryan and Ryan with all of my well being to help during these emotionally trying times. I LOVE YOU BEAUTIFUL ANGEL ❤

 

 

Brenda Hines posted on 4/3/20

Praying for comfort and strength for the family. Blessings

 

janice k schmidt posted on 4/3/20

Geanine was a very heartwarming cousin!! Always appreciated my get well cards notes and prayers and putting her on our St. Thomas Prayer Chain. Bob was a very loving,caring and helpful husband and her beautiful family. (All of you are on our Prayer Chain now including Geanine's soul) Geanine and Bob received my get well card on Sat. before she went to live with Our Lord on Sunday.

 

Elkim posted on 4/3/20

Amy, I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts are with you.

 

 

Melissa Glass posted on 4/3/20

In Loving Memory of Aunt Geanine

 

Melissa Glass posted on 4/3/20

Dear Uncle Bob, Chad, Curtis, Molly, & family. We are all so very deeply saddened by the loss of Aunt Geanine. Heaven has certainly gained a beautiful soul. I will miss her pretty smile and gentle touch. Love, Bryan, Melissa, & Tyler Glass

 

Betty Lind posted on 4/3/20

My prayers & sympathy to the family. I worked with Dennis at #7 back in the 70-80's. Always a nice guy, with a great smile and a warm sense of humor. He is greatly missed.

 

Samantha Peters posted on 4/3/20

Love you unk.. RIP..

 

 

Todd MAURER posted on 4/3/20

In Memory of my Dear Aunt Geanine

 

Jackie (Napientek) Ioder posted on 4/3/20

Dear Bob, Chad, Curtis and family - Geanine is and always will be a special cousin. Even in our childhood “cousin sleepovers” Geanine was always the teacher. I have vivid memories of her holding class in one of the sheds on the farm on S. 51st Street. She was always loving and kind as a child and adult. It was comforting to see her (and you, Bob) at my sister’s funeral in January and be able to give Geanine a hug. Our prayers, thoughts and love are with all of you. Jackie & Nick Ioder

 

 

Donna Johnson posted on 4/3/20

I love you family, although I'm not around much, I love you. I'm sorry Paul is gone my regret is I hadn't seen him in so long. I wish for our hearts to be grateful for each day and gather as family should.

 

 

Marsha Barg Karp, Geanine’s sister posted on 4/3/20

In memory of Geanine R. Maurer, Marsha Barg Karp, Geanine’s sister lit a candle

 

 

Marsha Barg Karp, Geanine’s sister posted on 4/3/20

Geanine was the best sister! I will love and miss her forever.

 

 

Cynthia posted on 4/3/20

Rest in peace. I will miss your smile and kindness at the office. Prayers for the family.

 

Audrey Watkins posted on 4/3/20

I remember when Paul used to cut my son's hair when we were still all living on 33rd Street he will be so missed and I am sorry for your loss

 

 

Tim Maurer posted on 4/3/20

In memory of Geanine R. Maurer, Tim Maurer lit a candle

 

 

Cynthia posted on 4/3/20

I'm still at a lost for words, as i read your obituary my heart races- DAMMIT Paul man i will miss you walking in Geno's in slow motion like (Yea Big Paul is in the house) RIH my friend

 

 

Wayland posted on 4/3/20

Sincere condolences to the family.

 

Pj posted on 4/3/20

Over 35 years man. Somehow this doesn't seem fair. I just hung out with you a couple weeks ago. So many emotions. You were like a big brother. I'm gonna miss seeing you at our spot every week talking about basketball and growing up in Sherman park or just checking that I'm ok in life. Paul was genuinely just a good guy! Until I see you again, keep a pool stick ready for me. RIP Mailman.

 

 

Janice Humphrey posted on 4/3/20

Rob you were always courteous and respectful to me. I hate this happened to you. My sincerest condolences to your family. Rest in heaven. Just for today.

 

 

Paulette Lew posted on 4/3/20

Peayers

 

Janice Dompke posted on 4/3/20

Uncle Max was a great guy. He was fun. I remember the figurines that he made for Frank. They were scary to me when I was little, but I was fascinated by them. I remember the wolfman and the bride of Frankenstein with her lightning bolt of white hair streaking up the side of her head. He had generously given Frank a whole shelf of them. He had a quick smile and a contagious laugh. ❤️

 

 

Janice Dompke posted on 4/3/20

wishing you peace, love and comfort during this time. ❤️

 

Betty Buss posted on 4/3/20

This is so sad to hear...our sympathies to the family. Thinking of you and wish for peace

 

Larry Semons posted on 4/3/20

LOVE & RESPECT. U WILL BE MISSED RIP

 

Maureen Green posted on 4/3/20

My condolences to the family of Mr.Rob, I will truly miss you Mr.Rob and you will always be in my heart RIH, love and respect.

 

 

Sandra Wilson posted on 4/3/20

Rest in heaven. Your in God's hands.

 

Hillside Trelle McDade posted on 4/2/20

Say hi to my moms Paul am keep smiling In heaven I miss seeing u god bless you and your family

 

Jimmie Schmutz posted on 4/2/20

Jennifer, may Your Soul be in Heaven an hour before the Devil knows dead! Irish Toast, may You be at peace, Amen.

 

Bonnie Schmutz posted on 4/2/20

Jennifer; My Beautiful Complicated God Child. Life makes Us crazy, and Actions run Wild! Jennifer You were the cutest chubby cheeked young girl brilliant blue eyes like your DADS ....sometimes left me breathless and in a twirl!As a young lady you fell hard ,your struggles and demons chasing you like a thief in the night !!!!YOU WERE GONE!!!!!ADDICTION RULES!!!!!To all that fall....Loved ones preach their constant concern...to deaf ears because the ADDICTION RULES!!!!ADDICTION has no soul,mind,heart or feelings.DAMN ADDICTION YOU WON!!!!... I HATE YOU.... for taking away my lovely niece.MY HEART IS BROKEN FOREVER........never to be mend..my laughter is quiet now,my tears are endless,my smile is turned upside down...my body aches with a hole in my heart.. good times and memories will never part... A beautiful soul taken too soon!!!!Your mom and brother loved you unconditionally through your successes and failures...You have left this world loved by so many people..never forgotten....YOUR AUNT BONNIE WILL MISS YOUR SWEET SMILE AND CHILD LIKE WAYS WITH THOSE CUTE HAPPY GIGGLES..I LOVED YOU JENNIFER MY BEAUTIFUL COMPLICATED GOD CHILD.....SEE YOU OVER THE RAINBOW

 

Monica L. Shelton posted on 4/2/20

Hello Family, We go a long way back and Robert will always be in my heart. My sincere deepest condolences to the family of Robert James Jackson. May you all stay encouraged and find peace at this sorrowful time. God Bless you all. Love and Respect Monica, TJ and Family

 

Matalie Susie Jackson posted on 4/2/20

Robert I don't know what it is going to be like not having you to talk to I am so crazy I will still talk to you . I can't think about it to long or I will start to cry hummmmm that can be very ugly I have talked to Robbie, and Nathaniel to let them know you are on the way so as they say I know it's on and crackin up there in heaven I will end by say I love you and I will see you on the other side hold it down until I get there. We love and miss you. Your sister

 

Ken “KT” Thomas “ posted on 4/2/20

You will be missed Friend/CoWorker RIP Lil Jack

 

 

Ellen Imbrie posted on 4/2/20

My dear friend Our family prays for yours

 

 

Angela Yancey posted on 4/2/20

I’m sorry for your loss.. he would truly be missed by many and from the Twelve Step Club Inc.. our board member.. Angela Yancey

 

Judy & George Gross posted on 4/2/20

To Bob and family. Our heartfelt sympathy goes out to all of you. Geanine was always so full of fun with a smile on her face, just the best cousin ever. She will be missed so much by all. We'll keep her family in our prayers.

 

Richard & Suzanne Maurer posted on 4/2/20

To Bob and family! Our heartfelt sympathy goes out to all of you. Our hearts are broken. Geanine was a wonderful wife, mom, and Grammy. She was our beloved sister-in-law and a generous kind Aunt to our kids who have each shared their special memories they treasure. A smile always , we will miss her dearly! Love Dick & Sue

 

 

Dayna Sue & Russ Baird posted on 4/2/20

You will always be strong and loving in my heart as you were in life! Hugs Auntie Dayna

 

 

Rashawnda Stewart posted on 4/2/20

Sorry about mr Rob

 

 

Sonia moore posted on 4/2/20

⚘I would like to send my deepest condolence out to the FAMILY of MR. ROBERT JACKSON & ALL OF HIS BEAUTIFUL KIDS WHOM ARE MY COUSIN'S. THE BOND YOU ALL HAVE WILL & CAN'T BE BROKEN EVEN THREW LIFE ITSELF HE LIVES WITHIN YOU ALL & NEVER FORGET THAT. HE IS WITH THE FATHER GOD NOW & IN GOOD HANDS.WE ALL WILL MISS YOU & LOVE YOU THREW LIFE & BEYOUND ❤⚘ AMEN. LOVE SONIA

 

 

Crystal Boyland posted on 4/2/20

In memory of Robert James Jackson, Crystal Boyland lit a candle

 

 

Crystal Boyland posted on 4/2/20

My prayers and condolences to the family ❤️

 

Lori Allen posted on 4/2/20

I feel so blessed to have known you; you were truly an awesome guy. Lonnie and I will miss seeing your face and watching you sing "diamond in the back" at karaoke. RIH Paul you will be greatly missed.

 

Carolyn Allums posted on 4/2/20

Love you Guy’s ❤️ We are Praying that you hearts be a peace‼️ Love Cousins, Tuttie, Ellis, Sister, Bookie, Paul, Pauline and Henry The Worthman Reaves McDonald Family

 

John Argenzio posted on 4/2/20

“You know well enough that Our Lord does not look so much at the greatness of our actions, nor even at their difficulty, but at the love with which we do them.” – Saint Therese of Lisieux

 

 

Laura/Russell Medious posted on 4/2/20

In memory of Robert James Jackson, Laura/Russell Medious lit a candle

 

 

Nicole Irvin posted on 4/2/20

Sorry for your loss. The Irvin family send our prayers and condolences to your family.

 

 

Monica Jenkins posted on 4/2/20

My condolences to the family may God give you all strength during this time.. With Sincerity your cousin Monica ..Smooches

 

Victoria (Tori) Yocum posted on 4/2/20

Doreen, I'm so sorry for the loss of your beloved Kenneth. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. May you find comfort in the memories of the beautiful life you shared. --Tori

 

 

Suzanne Maurer posted on 4/2/20

In memory of Geanine R. Maurer, Suzanne Maurer lit a candle

 

Lynn Crowley posted on 4/2/20

Dear Dick and Diane, The family of Margot Bretschneider Heuser would like to express our heartfelt condolences to your family. Margot will be 99 in a few months and they shared many wonderful memories! Feel better Diane! Love, Margot and family, Karen, Lynn and kids

 

Kicia Scott posted on 4/2/20

I will miss you so much. Sharing pictures of our grandkids with each other when you stopped by my dept or I stopped by yours. You gleamed so brightly when you pulled out the phone to share. Family I am So sorry for your loss praying for strength.

 

Judith Holmes posted on 4/2/20

To The Family of Geanine - I was so sorry to see that Geanine passed away. I was a volunteer in the Cancer Center when she would come in for her treatments. It was a pleasure greeting her and serving her a beverage. She was so sweet and had a beautiful smile. I met many wonderful people in the Cancer Center and she definitely was one of them. My sincere condolences. Judy Holmes

 

 

Dan Coutley and Julie posted on 4/2/20

Logan may you Rest in the Peace and Presence of the Lord.

 

Marvette Holifield posted on 4/2/20

To Peppy, Tony, Pascha, Tracy, Sparkle, Sharee, and our entire family: 2 Thessalonians 3:16 "May the Lord of PEACE himself give you PEACE always in every way. The Lord be with all of you." I love you -- Marvette

 

Marc and Branka Niepow posted on 4/2/20

Jeanette, sending you and the family our deepest sympathies. Jeanette sending you hugs and prayers. May God put his arms around all of you at this sad time.

 

 

Florine Bell posted on 4/2/20

God Bless You Little Paul just remember time will heal

 

 

Lissette Gaspard posted on 4/2/20

May god be with you dear Logan. You May Rest In Peace

 

Lydia Unke posted on 4/2/20

I am so sorry to hear about Logan's passing. Praying for you to feel God's presence in these dark days.

 

Derek Vanderpool posted on 4/2/20

I am so sorry for your loss. I am sure you are doubting many things at this moment in life. Just know that you were a great father and Levi a great brother. Both of you loved Logan very much and he was lucky to have you in his life. Honestly watching the way you helped your boys over the years made me want to be a better father. No words will take away your pain. Life doesn't make sense in times like this to me. Just know that everyone around you loves you both and Logan left this world giving people unconditional love and friendship.

 

 

William Larsen posted on 4/1/20

In memory of Jennifer "Jenny" L. Ray, William Larsen lit a candle

 

 

William larsen posted on 4/1/20

Another angel taken way to soon!!! Me and Alicia Vasquez love you and rest in paradise!!!!!!No more sufferring!!

 

Jackie Bosanac posted on 4/1/20

My condolences to the family. She was a wonderful person and will be dearly missed! RIP Jennifer.

 

 

Bonnie Schmutz posted on 4/1/20

In memory of Jennifer "Jenny" L. Ray, Bonnie Schmutz lit a candle

 

Wendy posted on 4/1/20

I pray she is at peace with God!

 

 

Adam Canales posted on 4/1/20

In memory of Mr. Logan James Howell, Adam Canales lit a candle

 

 

Heather posted on 4/1/20

Praying for you ❤

 

Butch & Rita Sherman posted on 4/1/20

Darin and Anna and family, We are shocked to hear of your loss of Logan! We always thought a lot of Logan. He was a very nice guy! Please know that we are so sorry for your loss! And you are all in our thoughts and prayers! With our sympathy, Butch & Rita

 

D. Brookshire posted on 4/1/20

He will be truly missed ... when we first meet Paul said “dude yo hoops are ridiculous “ and we became instant friends. It’s still hard to believe, I was blessed to have him as my friend .

 

 

Judy Canales posted on 4/1/20

I will miss you....I’ve known you since you were born. I watched you when you were little. I watched you grow up to be a warm, funny, caring young man. I will miss your laugh...

 

 

Char Prendergast posted on 4/1/20

I’m so very sorry for your loss. I can’t imagine what it’s like for a child to go home before you. He is now in the arms of Jesus. Happy, whole, healed!! I pray peace over you and your family and I call you blessed in the name of Jesus. Much love and hugs. Char

 

Brenda Johnson posted on 4/1/20

I was so proud of you and Amber facing new challenges together as a team with love and support for each other. I will miss your smile, sweet voice and appreciation of the little things. I hold the memories of you and Amber in my heart forever. She will carry on and and try to be strong for both of you. Watch over us with all the other BEAUTIFUL angels. Rest easy sweet girl.xox

 

Michael & Christine Streno posted on 4/1/20

Our deepest sympathy and prayers to Logan’s family and friends.

 

 

Pete & Kathy Holmes posted on 4/1/20

In memory of Mr. Logan James Howell, Pete & Kathy Holmes lit a candle

 

Steve Gradus posted on 4/1/20

So shocked to hear of the passing of Len. He had a presence and peace about him that was unmistakable. I had the pleasure of working with Len at the City of Milwaukee. He will be missed.

 

 

Tammy Rabideau posted on 4/1/20

My prayers are with you all. "Absent from the body, one with the Lord" 2 Corinthians 5:8

 

Dave Barquist posted on 4/1/20

Your fellow dealers and workers at Fox Lake Country Antique Mall will miss you Geanine. Your cheery, positive attitude, even in the darker days, brightened us and our customers. We will miss both you and Bob at our parties.

 

Linda lampe posted on 4/1/20

I am so sorry,my heart goes out to Amy and family.love Linda

 

Tom and Shirley Delahunt posted on 4/1/20

Dear Bob, Chad, Curtis and Family, Our deepest sympathy at the loss of Geanine. She was such a wonderful, loving and caring wife, mother, grandmother and friend. Will be missed by so many people. Cherish all the precious memories of your years together. Keeping all of you in our thoughts and prayers. Love from the Delahunt Family

 

Sherrie & Doug Lien posted on 4/1/20

Our tears flow with sorrow and compassion. As I write this note I am holding you and your family gently in my arms knowing your heart is breaking and the thing that holds everything together right now is love and understanding. May you find comfort in these words from the first and last lines of the book ‘The Next Place’…. The next place I go will be as peaceful and familiar as a sleepy summer Sunday and a sweet untroubled mind. And yet...it won’t be anything like any place I’ve ever been… or seen… or even dreamed of in the place I leave behind. All these good things will go with me. They will make my spirit glow. And that light will shine forever in the next place that I go. Doug & Sherrie Lien

 

Herminia Nicholson posted on 4/1/20

You will be truly missed.

 

Gabriela Coto-Valentin posted on 4/1/20

We miss you everyday. Our hearts broken, hoping that someday we will be okay. What we would give to have another day, but for now we will cherish all the laughs and memories we have made. Until we meet again, we love you forever our brother, Bundy. Danny and I will make sure that someday our beautiful kids will know your face. We will cherish the memories forever, your one of a kind laugh, purest soul we have ever known... We love you now until forever. Our hearts with the crew, family and the love of your life MariaLaura forever watching over us all..until we meet again, one love.

 

Marla posted on 4/1/20

I live in Lewisville, TX and I am familiar with Ms. Mishak through her daughter Cheryl. I never had the chance to meet Cheryl’s mother, but Cheryl shared many things about her mother. it was hard on Cheryl, being so far away from her mother and not being able to spend more time with her, was very difficult on Cheryl. From the stories Cheryl shared I wish I could have met her. She sounds like a very special and very courageous person as she had many challenges in her life. I pray for the Lord to comfort Cheryl and Phil and their family and Cheryl’s siblings and their families during this time of grieving the loss of their mother.

 

 

The Wozniak’s posted on 4/1/20

Our hearts go out to your family for the loss of your wife, & your mom. She was a beautiful kind woman

 

Gayle Ziolecki posted on 4/1/20

Dear Doreen and family, Please accept my deepest condolences on the loss of Ken. I know how very much he was loved. Best wishes for peace during this sad time.

 

Edith Connor posted on 4/1/20

Doreen and Family, I am so sorry for your loss. May cherished memories ease your sorrow during this difficult time. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

Tyeshia posted on 4/1/20

Hey Paul you will be missed. Continue to RIP

 

Karen Neitzel posted on 4/1/20

Doreen and family, please accept my condolences. I'm very sorry for your loss. Karen Neitzel

 

James wilson posted on 4/1/20

I was a honor to know you big homie. You still owe me my clippers so when we meet again i need them. Lol Its not the end for you; its just the beginning for you. R.I.H Big homie!

 

Terri Badger Ellzey posted on 4/1/20

Prayers to the family. I have known Paul since living on 33rd Street back in the 80s as one of the neighborhood kids. His mom sat behind us every Sunday at Pilgrim Rest and I just gave him a big hug at Potawatomi this past February when he told me to go into the group on Facebook 33rd for life. Paul will always be known as a good guy. Always friendly, always smiling, always brotherly. He will be missed.

 

Mr.Zachary Bynum & Debra Bynum posted on 4/1/20

R.I.P. brother you really be missed, Love you (Slim & Deb.). P.S. bro. I need a hair cut...

 

 

Nina Hargrave posted on 3/31/20

Paul was my 4yr old son’s first barber and part of a family I adore. ♥️ They took me in as one of their own and I had the pleasure to meet Mom, Betty, and gained a Big Sis and niece that have held me down when times were hard. God Bless this family and RIP Paul

 

Joey and Tiika Phillips posted on 3/31/20

Joey and Tiika Phillips left a message on March 31, 2020: My condolences to Carrie, Melissa and the family. I’m completely and unconditionally sorry for your loss. May God bless you all and give you all the strength in the duration of bereavement. I know God has her and she is in a better place♥️

 

Joey and Tiika Phillips posted on 3/31/20

My condolences to Carrie, Melissa and the family. I’m completely and unconditionally sorry for your loss. May God bless you all and give you all the strength in the duration of bereavement. I know God has her and she is in a between place♥️

 

 

Kimberly Steavens posted on 3/31/20

My name is Kim Steavens. I met Paul working at Central Office. I will always remember his wonderful smile. To the family, you are in my prayers at this time. God Bless

 

 

Mark Wade posted on 3/31/20

Paul was always such a hard working respectful young man it was a pleasure to coach him and a greater pleasure to have him as a friend,, May God Bless his family,,RIP good brother

 

Jim and Shirley Waddell posted on 3/31/20

Dear Elaine and Athena. Sending our sincere sympathy to you and your whole family. We always so enjoyed visiting with Tom at Mini University. We will miss him. Love and Hugs to you. Jim and Shirley

 

James M. Velazquez posted on 3/31/20

Thank you Jenny for the happiness and glee you brought to us. RIP.

 

 

Christine Carmichael posted on 3/31/20

Condolences to the family!

 

 

Claudia Young posted on 3/31/20

R.I.P PAUL I will truly miss our good times and you keeping me laughing. And my sincere condolences to the family.

 

Jacqueline Singleton posted on 3/31/20

Rest easy paul

 

 

Ladia Perez posted on 3/31/20

In memory of Jennifer "Jenny" L. Ray, Ladia Perez lit a candle

 

Maryrose Gallagher posted on 3/31/20

You are all in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. I wish I could be there to give you all a big hug! I pray that you find peace, joy and strength in the memories you share. Love you all, Mary

 

Rich and Sue Misko posted on 3/31/20

So sorry to see the passing of Donna. We were neighbors for so many years, she was a lovely lady. You have our sincere sympathy. Rich and Sue Misko

 

 

Karen & Jim kaiser posted on 3/31/20

Amy & Family, Our thoughts and prayers are with you. We hope the thought of Jenny at peace takes away some of your pain.

 

 

Mandi Stys posted on 3/31/20

In memory of Jennifer "Jenny" L. Ray, Mandi Stys lit a candle

 

Mandi Stys posted on 3/31/20

Sending Prayers to Jenny's Family and Friends. Jenny was always a kind soul and a joy to have known.

 

 

Karen & Jim posted on 3/31/20

Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. We hope the thought of Jenny being at peace will help you through such a sad time in your life.

 

Evonne Winston posted on 3/31/20

Tessie was always so good to me! I still recall her calling me at work to suggest I pick up some Briami or other treat on the way home! She was always willing to share her cooking, but mostly, her warmth, wit and kindness. I will miss Tessie much. May her memory be eternal!

 

Nancy Marsho posted on 3/31/20

My deepest sympathy to the family. When Geanine joined the Tonawanda School faculty she brought with her sunshine and smiles. She was kind, thoughtful, and patient with every child and parent and brought with her a wealth of skills that she willingly shared with other staff members. She truly was a blessing to us and particularly to me.

 

 

Shasta Harris posted on 3/31/20

May God be with his Family ❤️

 

 

Patricia Erving posted on 3/31/20

Yes,to the family and love ones of Paul,I 'm sorry for your loss. He was a fine young men and role model for our 33rd street family.He will be greatly missed. Rest in heaven Paul. Ms. Pat

 

 

Ann Bumgardner posted on 3/31/20

In memory of Geanine R. Maurer, Ann Bumgardner lit a candle

 

 

Nelly Naff posted on 3/31/20

In memory of Eleanore Mae Mishak, Nelly Naff lit a candle

 

 

Lakisha posted on 3/31/20

You will be missed

 

 

Kimberly Hutchins posted on 3/31/20

In memory of Paul James Clemons, Jr., Kimberly Hutchins lit a candle

 

 

Harriett Menos Alioto posted on 3/31/20

Please accept. my deepest sympathies. Tessie was always fun to be with during events at Annunciation Church. May her memory be eternal.

 

Sandra Sabbath posted on 3/31/20

Patty and family I am so sorry for your loss. My prayers and thoughts are with you all.

 

 

The Martin Family posted on 3/31/20

God bless you all in your time of need. May God give you peace and comfort.

 

Aminah Rahman posted on 3/31/20

Sending Prayers and Condolences

 

Melva Tatum posted on 3/31/20

Our sympathy to you, Doreen, and your Family. We pray for God to grant you peace during this difficult period. Take care and know we are sending good thoughts your way. God Bless you now and forever. Melva Tatum and Family

 

Roshanda Bynum posted on 3/31/20

I am still in shock about my uncle. Rest easy and peaceful uncle Paul, you will truly be missed.

 

Trina Beverly posted on 3/31/20

May your soul rest well!! May Gods peace be on your family and loved ones!

 

 

Jerica F. posted on 3/31/20

I am so sorry for your loss. I worked with Paul... He was a great person to be around, always laughing and always smiling! The family is in my prayers Be safe and be well We will all get through this together... Rest in Peace Big Paul

 

 

Debbie Weekley posted on 3/31/20

My condolences Keeping the Faith

 

 

Linda Hall posted on 3/31/20

You family is in our prayers. He will be miss dearly.

 

bob gavronski posted on 3/31/20

My deepest condolences to Paul's family. I worked with Paul for 20 years at MPS CS and always enjoyed our weekly visits. Paul loved to talk about the Packers, Bucks and Brewers. We also talked about our families. He was so proud of all of you! His big barreled chest sticking out and the gleam in his eyes, and confident smile. I am so sorry for your loss. I will pray for you and wish you all well as you navigate thru this unspeakable time.

 

 

Jasmin Jackson posted on 3/31/20

Praying for us all.

 

 

Brenda Wilson posted on 3/31/20

So sorry for your loss

 

 

Nicole Groce posted on 3/31/20

Paul you were a GOOD DUDE. You will truely be missed. May your soul rest peacefully, love always, Nicole. Xx

 

 

Tisha posted on 3/31/20

Sorry for your loss!! RIH

 

Tellahia Cannon posted on 3/31/20

Big Paul made me feel like I was apart of the family the minute I walked in the door. I can remember walking in the house and seeing him and Penny on the couch like they were never gonna get up he Always welcomed me with open arms I’m so glad I got to know him. Praying for the whole family. Sending lots of love.

 

 

Pamela J Nadh posted on 3/31/20

My sincerest condolences too Paul’s family, may he Rest In Peace....

 

 

Samantha Johnson posted on 3/31/20

Rest Easy Uncle Paul ❤️

 

Michelle Koper posted on 3/31/20

Amy, Bryan, and family- My heart breaks for you during this incredibly tough time. I have so many wonderful childhood memories with Jenny. Some of the best ones are from riding around the neighborhood and McCarty Park on our bikes after meeting at the “halfway point” between our homes. I’m happy I got to share that time with her. She will be greatly missed. My prayers go out to you and your family.

 

 

The wilks family posted on 3/31/20

R.i.p Paul you will be missed

 

MsLatrice posted on 3/31/20

I give my condolences to the Whole entire Family....I know Paul was a gentleman he was like a big Bruh to me..I know its going to get rough foe y'all Bit just know God Have each one of y'all...

 

Edith M Johnson posted on 3/31/20

My deepest sympathy goes out to Anita , her children, grandchildren and the Rodger family. May you find the strength to endure this rough patch in your lives and comfort in your shared memories of Paul. My prays are with you all.

 

 

Angel Parker posted on 3/31/20

Praying for you all, family. I love you!

 

 

Mariah posted on 3/31/20

In memory of Jennifer "Jenny" L. Ray, Mariah lit a candle

 

 

Leola Tyler posted on 3/31/20

So sorry for your loss. 33rd street Family.❤️

 

 

Audrey Watkins posted on 3/31/20

Sorry for your loss and Paul will be missed so much rest in peace

 

Rodney Jackson posted on 3/31/20

My condolences to the family of PC as we called him at King. He was a great teammate on the basketball court but an even better person off it. We at General nation will miss him very much.

 

 

Tarita Gillespie Vaughner posted on 3/31/20

Paul just reminded everyone's heart that life is short. I love you my Big Lil Bro, I've yet to imagine what this world is gonna be like but I'll do my best with never forgetting and sharing your being. Gone but never forgotten. One Love.

 

Sylvia Harris posted on 3/31/20

You will always be in my heart.

 

 

Sylvia Harris posted on 3/31/20

King General for life!! I will miss you soooooooo!!

 

 

Stephanie Collins posted on 3/31/20

Thoughts and Prayers for your family at this time. RIH Paul....you are truly missed.

 

 

Naekomi posted on 3/31/20

In memory of Paul James Clemons, Jr., Naekomi lit a candle

 

Kimberly Green posted on 3/31/20

My condolences to the entire family. I ask God to give you all strength during this time of grief. Rest In Peace Big Paul

 

 

Tarsha Benford posted on 3/31/20

Dear Tracey & Family May God cover you during this very difficult time may you know how much he loves you and that you will find peace and celebrating your brother’s life love you guys

 

 

Kimberly Green posted on 3/31/20

I would like to send my condolences to the entire family. You all are in my prayers during this time of grief

 

Richard M Badger posted on 3/31/20

Tracy and Family, I extend my deepest condolences to you. Big Paul was truly a Big Homie that loved everyone and everyone loved him! He will be sorely missed and never forgotten! #33rd4Life

 

 

Eric Watson posted on 3/31/20

In memory of Paul James Clemons, Jr., Eric Watson lit a candle

 

 

Ann Parker (Ruminski) posted on 3/31/20

My heart goes out to Jennifer's family. I remember when she was born, Amy and Greg living up off of 92nd Street, baby sitting her at their 1st house. And also how beautiful she, sweet and kind she was when she was my junior brides maid at my wedding. A lot of time has gone by since I've seen her last. I miss her, she is always in my heart. Family ur in my prayers. Love, God Bless You.

 

Delrena posted on 3/31/20

I am so sorry that this has happened Paul you will be missed by all you came in contact with until we meet again I love you Cuzn deeply hurt by this loss

 

 

Erika Wilson posted on 3/31/20

I am so sorry I was unable to see you before the Almighty called you home you will be missed and never forgotten

 

 

Bridget Williams posted on 3/31/20

My sincere condolences to the family. It was a pleasure to have known you.

 

Marilyn Kautzer posted on 3/31/20

Darlene, Ali my thoughts and prayers are with you . This is a difficult time at any time, but especially now during all this chaos.

 

Monique Hendon posted on 3/31/20

Big Paul will be missed dearly. Its not often that I am lost for words but in this case I am. For everyone that loved Big Paul i hope you can find comfort in the fact that were able to share some time with him at some point.

 

Chris Mahsem posted on 3/31/20

I will miss our talks on gardening and cooking.

 

 

Jacqueline Greer posted on 3/31/20

My prayers are with the family a great loo

 

 

Pam col posted on 3/31/20

Jenny you will be missed, I loved you so much.

 

Cassy Suarez Del Real posted on 3/30/20

I’m so sorry to hear this news. My heart breaks. Rip Jenny

 

 

Cheryl Meunier posted on 3/30/20

May she rest in peace.

 

Ron Danielson posted on 3/30/20

My lady Mary and I knew Walter and Donna from the Shriners. Some years ago, Mary and I attended a performance of "Forever Plaid" at the Broadway Baby Dinner Theater. Donna and Walter were at the same performance with another group of friends. If I remember correctly, it was the Booth's wedding anniversary. The premise of the play is that four friends who are a singing group finally got a gig that would boost their careers. They drive to NYC to their gig, which is the same night that the Beatles are performing on the Ed Sullivan Show. The boys are hit by a bus carrying Beatles fans to the show, and are killed. The boys are given one last chance (by the Big Guy) to perform, and Forever Plaid is that show. The first act has the group singing several songs, and they get better with each number. They have a pianist on stage with them to accompany them. After the intermission, their accompanist is "missing". The group needs someone from the audience to come up on stage to play "Heart and Soul" on the piano. Well, Donna was selected, and when the group tells her what note to start on, she played a little flourish and went into the song! The singers had no idea she was a piano teacher, so that was a little joke on them...It really made the evening special for everyone in the audience.. We all will miss Donna. They were a wonderful couple.

 

Michelle Mikkelson posted on 3/30/20

To Bob and Family, I am so sad to hear about this. I feel so privledged to have cared for her the last two years. You guys always made my day, especially when we were making fun of Bob. He's take a walk, we'd joke around, and then he'd come back and we would laugh. She is with Jodi, and her other co-patients that left us before her. Love to the whole family, Michelle Mikkelson (your favorite weekend charge nurse)

 

 

Lynn posted on 3/30/20

My Deepest sympathy to the family!

 

 

Jennifer Guy posted on 3/30/20

I’m lighting a candle for an amazing woman! May she Rest In Peace in the open arms of the Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

 

Leslee Gardinier posted on 3/30/20

Linda, Justin, Rocky, and family, our deepest sympathies in losing Rob too young and too soon. He always seemed so shy around us cousins, but we knew he was a brilliant guy. God be with you during this difficult time and cherish your wonderful memories. We also hope you're all safe and able to stay healthy during this awful pandemic. Hopefully, there'll be another family reunion. Love from Leslee, Clayton, Rod, Bob Gardinier, and families. .

 

 

Sue Howard, Retired Hillside Kindergarten Teacher posted on 3/30/20

My prayers and sympathy to Geanine's family. She was well respected at Hillside and always had a smile and positive comment!! She will be missed!!

 

Christina Kelm posted on 3/30/20

Joyce, I am very sorry to hear of the passing of your mother. My prayers are with you and your family.

 

JEANETTE KLIT posted on 3/30/20

2722 SOUTH HILL ROAD, #38 I really and truly feel happy for Betty. Not only is she reunited with her husband alnd son, but with her nsister, Ann Marie, who [assed in 1985.

 

 

Kali posted on 3/30/20

Love always

 

Alzheimer's Association Wisconsin Chapter posted on 3/30/20

On behalf of everyone here at the Alzheimer's Association - thank you so much for thinking of us at this time of loss to your family. Mem