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updated 21 Dec 2011


This is an alphabetical listing of extractions of Obituaries that the PGS has come across that relate to the families of Door County residents that do not have a cemetery listed and that we were unable to link to a cemetery in the county using our PGS Cemetery Indexes, or because they are buried somewhere other than Door County.


Some Brown and Kewaunee residents are included as well because the family surname is also found in Door County.


If anyone would like to have or has come across an OBIT that you would like to contribute, please contact us at: [email protected].


For Door County Newspaper and Funeral Home Obituaries for those persons who have passed on and after 1 Jan 2011 and have no cemetery listed or are out of town cemeteries, please go to the additional page: Door County OBITUARIES with no cemetery listed or out of town Cemetery-2011.  


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AHRENS, Margaret "Marge" M./b. 17 Jul 1949, Sturgeon Bay, Door, WI-7 Apr 2010, St. Vincent Hospital, Green Bay, Brown, WI; OBITUARY-DC Advocate-Sat. 10 Apr 2010: Margaret "Marge" M. Ahrens, 60, Green Bay, passed away peacefully at a local hospital surrounded by her loving children-parents: late Harold and Marion "Babe" (JINDRA) RAYE-1967 graduate of Sturgeon Bay High School-Married on 22 Jan 1969 to Thomas AHRENS-had four children-worked at Curative, Inc.-survived by four children, Carolyn (Michael) STOCK, Wauwatosa; Christian AHRENS, Milwaukee; Kyle AHRENS, Green Bay; and Corinne AHRENS, Madison; two brothers and sisters-in-laws, Pat (Jan) RAYE, Howards Grove; Mike (Lori) RAYE, Sturgeon Bay; two sisters and brothers-in-law, Barb (Tom) SCHMELZER, Sturgeon Bay; Pam (Paul) SEDWICK, St. Petersburg, Fla.; one special aunt, Joy MACCAUX, Sturgeon Bay; many nieces and nephews; and former spouse, Thomas AHRENS-preceded in death by her parents-Private services were held at Malcore (East) Funeral Home, 432-5579. Malcore Funeral Home:


ALBERTS, Dennis Norbert/b. 24 Jul 1926, Town of Gardner, Door Co., WI-d. 3 Feb 2009, at home, Forestville, Door Co., WI; *Source: OBITUARY-FORBES Funeral Home: Dennis Norbert ALBERTS, (82), Forestville-parents: Emil and Charlotte (CORBISIER) ALBERTS-served in the U. S. Navy during World War II-married on 6 Nov 1948 to Audrey MILLER at Forest Lutheran Church-wrked at the Milwaukee Shoe Factory for a number of years-member of Tanum-Forest Lutheran Church, American Legion Post #372 of Forestville and Door-Kewaunee County Dart Ball League-Survivors include his wife; two sons, Gary (Kathleen) ALBERTS,Forestville; David (Anne) ALBERTS, Sister Bay; six grandchildren: Jamie (Amy), Ben, Jordan, Timothy, Emma and Olivia; four great grandchildren: Jeffrey, Allison, Ashley and Marcus; two sisters, Marge ANSCHUTZ, Gardner; Marie (Pete) PETERS, Maplewood; a brother, Emil (Yvonne) ALBERTS, Brussels-preceded in death by four brothers, Gordon ALBERTS, Myron ALBERTS, Morris ALBERTS, Julius ALBERTS, and a sister, Edith KAYE-Funeral Services Friday,6 Feb 2009 at Tanum-Forest Lutheran Church, the Rev. Philip PETERSON officiating-Entombment in the Shrine of Good Shepherd Mausoleum, Green Bay-Forbes Funeral Home


ALBERTSON, Arnold George/d. Mon., 12 Apr 2010, Chamblee, GA; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Sat. 17 Apr 2010: Arnold George Albertson, 88, Chamblee, Ga.-native of Menominee, Mich.-moving to Sister Bay, with his parents as a youth-an honor student, captain of the football team and graduated from Gibraltar High School-U.S. Army veteran of World War II-received 5 battle stars and the Silver Star-served in the 552nd Anti-aircraft Battery in Europe from D-day, through the Battle of the Bulge, until the end of the war-active in the Boy Scouts and a Troop Leader for many years-member of Holy Cross Catholic Church-Married on 12 Jul 1948 Doris MILLER of Baileys Harbor-survived by his wife of 62 years, Doris M. ALBERTSON, Chamblee; sons and daughters-in-law, Paul and Ruth ALBERTSON, Don and Kim ALBERTSON, and Bill and Jennifer ALBERTSON, all of Lilburn, Ga.; Steve and Daphne ALBERTSON, Washington, Ga.; Jerry and Sherry ALBERTSON, Huntersville, N.C.; sister, Marian LICHTER, Sturgeon Bay, Wis.; and ten grandchildren-Memorial Mass held Thurs., 15 Apr 2010, at Holy Cross Catholic Church, Monsignor Paul Fogarty-Celebration of Life on Sat., 17 Apr 2010, from 2 to 5 at the home of Doris ALBERTSON-Bill Head Funeral Home and Crematory Lilburn/Tucker Chapel.


ALEXANDER, Charles F. "Chuck"/b. 14 Jul 1923, Maplewood, Door Co., WI-d. Thurs. 13 May 2010, at home, Village of Lake Hallie, Chippewa Falls, WI; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Sat. 15 May 2010: Charles F. "Chuck" Alexander, 86, 14484 40th Ave., Chippewa Falls, Village of Lake Hallie, died Thursday, May 13, 2010, at home under the care of St. Joseph's Hospice.parents: Mary (ENGLEBERT) and Eugene ALEXANDER-raised in Maplewood where he graduated from high school-entered the U.S. Army in 22 Jan 1943-served in the European Theatre during World War II-honorably discharged in 8 Dec 1945-married Dorothy Marie SARTER on 19 Jan 1946, in Kewaunee, Wis-resided in Sturgeon Bay before moving to Chippewa Falls in 1950-employed for the Chippewa Herald Telegram as a typesetter-1961 became employed in the advertising/sales dept. at the Eau Claire Leader-Telegram-helped in the creation of the Country Today-general manager until he retired in 1987-worked at Western Auto Auction in Hallie until December 2009-served as the town chairman for the town of Hallie for six years-member of the English Lutheran Church of Bateman and the Chippewa Falls American Legion Post 77-Survivors include four daughters, Patricia "Patti" (Lee) MOYER BETZ, Valparaiso, Ind.; Rebecca (Jerry) GRAHAM, Sandy (Wayne) JENSEN and Kim (Steve) WELLS, all of Chippewa Falls; one son, Jeff ALEXANDER, Chippewa Falls; a sister, MaryAnn (Kenneth) FELD, Algoma; a brother, Clarence (AnnaMae) ALEXANDER, Algoma; a sister-in-law, Rose CLONTS, Rome, Ga.; nine grandchildren, Amy (Henry Newcomb) MOYER, Alesha (Rich) JURY, Heidi (Trevor) BOHLAND, Ryan (Nikki RUBENZER) JENSEN, Melanie (Michael) THOMPSON, Rachel WELLS, Sarah WELLS, Hunter ALEXANDER, Taylor ALEXANDER; four great-grandchildren, Tyler and Jackson BOHLAND, Graham THOMPSON, Nora JENSEN; and many nieces and nephews-preceded in death by his parents; his wife, Dorothy on 1 Oct 2001; four sisters, Rose, Laura, Josephine and Lillian; and five brothers, Frank, Bill, Edward, Elmer and Joseph-funeral service held Monday, 17 May 2010 at the English Lutheran Church of Bateman, Town of Lafayette, Rev. D.J. RASNER officiating-Interment with full military honors provided by the Chippewa Falls Patriotic Council will be in Bateman Cemetery- "Chuckles" will always be remembered for his love of life, his infectious smile, joy and laughter- PEDERSON-VOLKER Funeral


ALEXANDER, Samuel Craighead "Craig"/b. 3 May 1930, Philadelphia, Penn-d. 23 Jun 2010, Rockport, Maine; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Wed. 30 Jun 2010: Samuel Craighead (Craig) ALEXANDER, M.D., of the Quadrangle, Haverford, Penn., died unexpectedly-spent his formative years in Charlotte, N.C.-graduate of The McCallie School, Davidson College ('51), and the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine ('55), where he also did his residency, studying under Dr. Robert DRIPPS-was a Fellow in pharmacology for two years, studying under Dr. Carl SCHMIDT-In his professional life, Dr. Alexander was a leader in Anesthesiology, serving as both a prominent researcher and teacher in the field-began his teaching career as a member of the faculty at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine-served two years in the Public Health Service as Director of the Winslow Navajo Indian Hospital in Arizona-Chairman of the Anesthesia Departments at the University of Connecticut School of Medicine and University of Wisconsin School of Medicine, serving at the latter for 20 years-returned to Philadelphia and was Dean of Affiliate Affairs for Hahnemann Medical College-active in the American Society of Anesthesiologists and the Association of University Anesthesiologists-instrumental in helping to establish the Foundation for Anesthesia Education and Research-lifelong member of the Presbyterian Church and served as an Elder and a Deacon at Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church-attended the Sturgeon Bay Moravian Church in Door County, Wis., where they had a summer home-Dr. Alexander was a passionate student of history and an avid photographer. He and Betty travelled extensively throughout the United States and overseas, including trips with their grandchildren to England, Spain, South Africa, and Easter Island. He spent many summers participating in photography seminars at the Maine Media Workshops in Rockport, Maine. It was while he was engaged in this activity that he passed away suddenly-married for 58 years to his childhood sweetheart from North Carolina, Betty PYRON ALEXANDER, who survives him-also survived by three children, Christian A. LIBSON (Jeff), Bryn Mawr, Penn.; Samuel Craighead ALEXANDER III (Amy WASSERSTROM), Takoma Park, Md.; and Baine B. ALEXANDER (Charles CURTIS), Madison, Wis.; as well as eight grandchildren, Adam, Alex, and Quinn LIBSON and YouQui Wei; Lily and Langston ALEXANDER; and Beckett and Wyeth JACKSON-also survived by a sister, Margaret ALEXANDER FARTHING, Clarksville, Md.-Memorial Service held Mon. 28 Jun 2010 in the Sanctuary of The Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church, 625 Montgomery Ave., Bryn Mawr, Penn.-Chadwick & McKinney Funeral Home, .


ALFSON, Raymond "Hans" F./27 Dec 1937-Wed. 3 Feb 2010, Community Mem. Hosp., Menomonee Falls, WI-(72), of Sturgeon Bay-parents: Herbert and Catherine (MANN) ALFSON-married 12 May 1962 Delores LEICK, St. Michael’s Catholic Church, Whitelaw, WI-St. Mary’s Catholic Grade School in Clarks Mills, WI-Valders High School graduating in 1955-Lakeland College, Sheboygan, WI until 1957-University of Denver, Denver Colorado graduating in 1959, Bachelor of Science Degree, Business Administration, majors in Accounting and Finance-Certified Public Accounting firm in Elkhart, IN-Sec.Treas. of the Burger Boat Co in Manitowoc 1960-1974-Manitowoc Public Utilities as Administrative Manager 1974-1984-Peterson Builders, Inc. 1984-1988-retired as Vice Pres. of Finance 1988-survived by wife Delores “Dee”; daughter and son-in-law Julie and Dan STRAUSS of Hubertus, WI; grandson, Connor STRAUSS; granddaughter, Ava STRAUSS; brother, Dennis (Cathy) ALFSON of Manitowoc, WI; sister-in-law, Caroline ALFSON of Valders, WI; step-sister, Sherrill (Don) RIEBE of Manitowoc, WI; two step-brothers, David (Diann) MOORE of Oshkosh, WI and Dennis (Rogene) MOORE of Manitowoc, many nieces and nephews-Preceded in death by parents, two brothers, Howard and Lawrence “Hubby” ALFSON and two infant children, step-father John MOORE, father-in-law and mother-in-law, Fred and Adeline LEICK-Mass of Christian Burial Monday, 8 Feb 2010, Corpus Christi Catholic Church, Sturgeon Bay, Fr. Anthony Birdsall-committal service, Knollwood Mausoleum, Manitowoc Monday afternoon.  HUEHNS Funeral Home.


ALGER, Edward George/b. 10 Nov 1920, Minot, ND-d. 6 Feb 2010, Kenyon, MN-(89), of Kenyon MN-parents: William and Rosalie (ERNST) ALGER-high school in Minot, ND-US ARMY, 1942, radar operator in World War II-Married Margaret VARDSVEEN, 1943, in Minot, ND-Manager of Lampert Lumber Yards, transferred to Sturgeon Bay-moved to Winona-retired from lumber business-Survived by wife, Margaret ALGER, Kenyon MN; daughter: Karen (and Paul) DEJARDINE, Sturgeon Bay; sons Steve (Karen ALGER, Kenyon; Greg (Mary) ALGER, Wells; Jeff (Sally ALGER, Lakeville; and Dave ALGER, Sparta; Sixteen grandchildren, 11 great-grandchildren, brother: Robert ALGER, California and sister Doris OEN, Minot.  Preceded in death by parents; sister: Margaret BENSON and two brothers: Ronald, and Arnold ALGER.  Funeral Services: First Lutheran Church, Kenyon, Rev. Michael LOCKERBY-MICHAELSON Funeral Homes, Inc.-OBITUARY: Door Co. Advocate: Wed. 10 Feb 2010.


ALLIE, Albert "Bud"/b. 21 Feb 1923, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI-d. 15 Aug 2010, Golden Living Center-Dorchester, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI; OBITUARY-FORBES Funeral Home: Albert “Bud” ALLIE, (86), of Sturgeon Bay-parents: Urban and Anna (WIEST) ALLIE-married on 25 Jun 1949 Shirley DENN at St. Joseph Church-Bud and his brothers owned and operated a commercial fishing business for many years-also had worked for Roen Salvage and P.B.I.
-member of the P.B.I. Retirement Club and the detachment of the Marine Corps League #1130-survived by his wife, Shirley; five children, Pamela (Michael) CAMPING, Australia; Catherine (Phillip) ALLIE-SANDERS, Sturgeon Bay; Theresa (David) LEIST, Sturgeon Bay; Robert ALLIE, Fond du Lac; Christopher (Eva) ALLIE, Brussels; nine grandchildren, Jonathon, Britany, Danielle, Ashley, Hailey, Chad, Reif, Trevor, and Mariah; one great-granddaughter, Mia; one sister, LaVerne KLIMEK, Sturgeon Bay-preceded in death by his parents; three brothers, Clayton, Edward, and Joseph; two sisters, Mary Anne CORCORAN, and Bernice CINABRO-memorial service Friday 20 Aug 2010 at St. Joseph Catholic Church with Rev. Robert KONKOL OFM officiating-memorials may be given to the National Alzheimer’s Foundation-FORBES Funeral Home.


AMADIO, Anselm H./b. 8 May 1927-d. 1 Aug 2010; OBITUARY-CASPERSON Funeral Home: Memorial Service will be held at Trinity Lutheran church on Washington Island, WI on Monday, 16 Aug 2010.


ANDERSEN, Hannes Martin/b. 1 Nov 1917, Washington Island, Door, WI-d. 5 Feb 2010, Door Co. Mem. Hosp., Sturgeon Bay, Door, WI-OBITUARY: CASPERSON Family Home and Door County Advocate-Wed. 17 Feb 2010: (92), died after suffering from pneumonia for the past seven weeks-parents: Martin and Gudrun (Gertrude) ANDERSEN-youngest of five children- grew up on Island farm-went to California-taught school in Appleport, Door, WI- entered the Merchant Marines during World War II-into the Navy in Honolulu, Hawaii, before embarking on rescue missions in the Philippines- After active naval service, settled in the San Francisco Bay Area-into sales for Kaiser Cement-sales for Oakland United Automotive-sold Steel /Aluminum products-married Bette June FARMER in 1958-career in Civil Defense in Oakland, CA-Oakland Fire Department where he retired after 27½ years of service as a battalion fire chief-retired in 1977-moved back to Washington Island-served as Washington Island Town Chairman-American Legion Post #402, Lions Club-Farm Museum Board-Washington Island Fire Department/Rescue Squad-wintered at Apache Wells Travel Trailor Resort-member of Love of Christ Lutheran Church in Mesa, AZ-author of two books "Washington Island Through the Years" (published 2007) and "Washington Island Maritime History Through the Years" (published 2009)-wrote a column for the Island Observor titled "Washington Island Through the Years"-Survived by wife, Bette of 51 1/2 years from Sturgeon Bay, Wis. (formerly of Washington Island); his daughters, Christine ANDERSEN, San Mateo, Calif.; and Wendi LEYBA, Walnut Creek, Calif.; sister-in-law, Freida HANCE, Rancho Cordova, Calif.; his loving nephews, nieces and great-niece, Emily (Roland "Buzz") KENNING, Woodridge, IL-preceded in death by his parents, one brother, three sisters, three brothers-in-law and one sister-in-law-memorial/celebration of his life service will be held this summer on Washington Island—date to be announced-Casperson Funeral Home.


ANDERSON, Gladys E./b. 18 Jun 1921-d. 28 Dec 2010, Scandia Village, Sister Bay, Door Co., WI; *Source: OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Fri. 31 Dec 2010: Gladys E. ANDERSON, (89), of Juddville, WI-parents: Henry and Gertrude FAIRCHILD-graduated from Gibraltar High School-was a member of St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Juddville, WI-married Floyd K. ANDERSON in Chicago, IL, on 17 Oct 1942-Floyd preceded her in death on 21 Dec 1995-survived by children Carol ANDERSON, Kenneth (Mary) ANDERSON, and Sharen (John) YOUNG; grandchildren Eric (Heather), Brit, John, and Jocelyn (Jacob); and great-grandchildren Alexzander, Hannah, August, and Anya-also survived by many other relatives and friends-Preceding her in death were her parents, husband, great-grandson Beren, and brother, Gordon FAIRCHILD, of Fish Creek, WI-Funeral Services held Friday, 31 Dec 2010, at St Paul’s Lutheran Church in Juddville, WI-CASPERSON Funeral Home.


ANDERSON, John R./b. 21 Apr 1944-d. Sun. 18 Jul 2010, Aurora Baycare Medical Center, Green Bay, Brown Co., WI; OBITUARY-CASPERSON Funeral Home: John R. ANDERSON, age (66) of Ellison Bay, WI -parents: Erik and Eleanor ANDERSON-owner of John’s Lawn Service-also served as a school bus driver for the Gibraltar School District for 33 years-member of the First Baptist Church of Sister Bay-member of the Northern Door Kiwanis Club-married Linda MILLER at Brookfield, WI on 13 Apr 1974-she survives along with his daughters; Elizabeth (Michael) MERTENS and Rebecca ANDERSON; mother Eleanor ANDERSON , brother-in-law Curt KOLTERMAN and also nieces and nephews-preceded in death by his father; Erik and his sister; Linda-Funeral Services held at First Baptist Church of Sister Bay on Thursday 22 Jul 2010-Visitation held Wednesday July 21, 2010 at First Baptist Church from 5:00 P.M. until 8:00 P.M. and then from 10:00 A.M. Thursday until time of the Funeral Service-CASPERSON Funeral Home:


ANDRE, Warren J./b. 28 Feb 1916, Rosiere, Kewaunee Co., WI-d. 7 Aug 2010, Algoma, WI; OBITUARY-SCHINDERLE Funeral Home: Warren J. ANDRE, (94), died Saturday, 7 Aug 2010, in Algoma, Wisconsin-born on the family farmstead in Rosiere, Wisconsin, on 28 Feb 1916, to Peter and Louise (GILSON) ANDRE-graduated with the class of 1933 from Algoma High School-married Bernadine HITT of Sturgeon Bay in 1937-The couple had five children who survive, Darlene ANDRE, DePere; David (Nancy) ANDRE, Brillion; Dawn (James) Holdorf, Mishicot; Diane (Albert) DeCLEENE, New Franken; and Dennis (Linda) ANDRE, Algoma. -worked in retail sales-their own business, Andre’s Shoe Store, in a building that now houses his son’s business, the Penguin City Restaurant in Algoma-past president of the Algoma Chamber of Commerce-musical ability-began playing with the Rio Creek Brass Band while still a sophomore in high school-The group later formed the Matt THEIS Orchestra, playing in upper Michigan and Northeastern Wisconsin-In the late 1950s Warren formed a combo known as The Penguins- played his clarinet and saxophone for snowbirds in Gulf Shores, Alabama. From an early age he could play brass instruments and the piano as well, all without music, and he taught himself to play the violin. That violin is now being played by a great-granddaughter. Following the death of his first wife, on 6 Aug 1983, Warren married Clarice Dionne FELD in 1989- She survives along with her children, Virginia (Norman) JOHNSON, Judith (Len) MAURER, Dianne (David) YOUNK, and Mark (Kathy) FELD-Together the couple have 25 grandchildren and 31 great-grandchildren-As the last surviving member of his childhood family, Warren was preceded in death by two brothers and three sisters and their spouses: Mabel (Frank) DeVILLERS, Ella (John) TLACHAC, Wallace (Lucy) ANDRE, Willard (Mildred) ANDRE, and Margaret (Joseph) VANDERVEST-A granddaughter, Mary Beth ANDRE, also predeceased -funeral services Friday 13 Aug 2010 at St. Mary Catholic Church until the Mass of Christian Burial with Rev. Bill SWICHTENBERG officiating-prayer service with Pastoral Minister Kathy ZEMAN-Burial in the church cemetery-SCHINDERLE Funeral Home, Algoma.


ANSCHUTZ, Alton Alvin (LT)/b. Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI-d. Sat. 5 Sep 2009, at home, Green Bay, Brown Co., WI; *Source: OBITUARY-FORBES Funeral Home: Alton Alvin (LT) ANSCHUTZ, (62), Green Bay-first-born son of Marjorie and the late Alvin ANSCHUTZ-grew up in Little Sturgeon and was best known and loved for his Country Music bands including: LT & The Birminghams, LT and the Georgia Overdrive, The Kings Men and others-worked at the Sturgeon Bay shipyards early in his career and then moved on to boiler making for the International Boilermakers Union for whom he worked and contracted until August 2004 when he retired-Alton is survived by his wife Ardelle, his mother Marjorie, his brother Dennis (Joanne) ANSCHUTZ and sister Bonnie (Richard) WILKE; his children and their spouses: Allen (Mary Kay) ANSCHUTZ, Tracey ANSCHUTZ, Tammy (James) ANSCHUTZ, Jesse (Jana) ANSCHUTZ; stepchildren, Matthew (Katie) and Christopher; eight grandchildren: Haley, Tanner, Brandon, Adele, Luke, Ella, Ethan, and Teyla; nieces and nephews: Jason, Mandi, Joey, Kayla, Cully, Robin, Holly, Misty, and Joey; eight grand nieces and nephews-memorial service Sat., 12 Sep 2009 at the Forbes Funeral Home, Sturgeon Bay by Pastor Ed HOUSE of Door of Life Christian Church.


ARANGO, Polly EGAN/b. 23 Jan 1942, Evanston, IL-d. Sat. 26 Jun 2010, Alamosa, Colo.; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Wed. 30 Jun 2010: Mary Elizabeth (Polly) EGAN ARANGO died Saturday, June 26, 2010 as the result of an accident in Alamosa, Colo.-parents: Chuck and Peg EGAN and was born 23 Jan 1942, in Evanston, Ill.,-the second of nine Egan children-family moved from the Chicago area to De Pere in 1949-attended St. Francis grade school and graduated from St. Joseph Academy in Green Bay in 1960-attended Northwestern University but transferred to the University of New Mexico so she could ski and play golf on the same day-graduated from UNM in 1964-In 1967, married John ARANGO in Albuquerque-While John served as Peace Corps Director in Panama and Ecuador, Polly began her career as an advocate working to place Ecuadorian orphans with families in the United States and Europe-When it was discovered that her adopted son, Nicolas had a severe developmental disability, she shifted her emphasis to securing a full education and access to health care for children with chronic health conditions and began organizing the families of these children-co-founded an organization called Parents Reaching Out (PRO) and remained active in that organization until her death-later co-founded Family Voices, a national network of families of children with disabilities that has more than 45,000 members-deeply committed to the cause of children with disabilities and was active in promoting these issues at the state and federal level, frequently testifying at hearings related to important health care legislation-board member of the National Childhood Disability Commission, the Pew Commission on Children in Foster Care, National Initiative for Children's Healthcare Quality, New Mexico Voices for Children, the New Mexico Development Disabilities Planning Council, the New Mexico Medicaid Advisory Committee, and other groups-traveled to places such as Russia, Argentina and Norway to make presentations about family-centered care of disabled children-was a writer of note. She co-authored two New Mexico guidebooks, both published by University of New Mexico Press and was working on a book about the class of 1960 at St. Joseph Academy in Green Bay, with two of her classmates-authored numerous papers and was executive producer and writer of "What Does Normal Mean?", a PBS documentary film about inclusion-one of the principal owners of Little Rapids Corporation of Green Bay-frequently spent time at the Egan family cottage in Egg Harbor, especially enjoying the Peninsula Music Festival and helping her family maintain its Wisconsin roots-lived in Algodones, N.M. and is survived by her husband, John; her four children, Carlos ARANGO, Francesca WILSON, Maria ARANGO and Nicolas ARANGO; her seven grandchildren; and seven of her eight brothers and sisters, Tom (Hillary) EGAN, Mike (Kathleen) EGAN, Pat (Debra) EGAN, Kathryn (Jack) STOUT, Martha Egan, Kevin (Pam) EGAN and Dick (Anne) EGAN-preceded in death by her brother, Nick (Annette) EGAN-memorial celebration is being planned in New Mexico. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made to Family Voices (www.familyvoices .org) or PRO (www.parents


ARVER, Virginia 'Ginger' Ruth/b. 27 Nov 1928, Duluth, MN-d. Sat., February 13, 2010-OBITUARY-HUEHNS Funeral Home-married Vayle (Dutch) Lester ARVER in St. Paul, MN, 28 May 1948- preceded in death by her husband, parents, Samual Gilbert NYMAN and Ruth Victoria (JOHNSON) NYMAN, brothers Richard NYMAN, Samuel G. (Bud) NYMAN, sister Anne NYBERG, sons Alan and David-survived by daughters Chris (Orie) MILTON, Sturgeon Bay; Harmony (Joe SUNDBERG) GREEN, Mlps; granddaughters Jessica MILTON, Sturgeon Bay, and Emily (Craig VANSTROM) KLASSEN and great-grandson Brayden VANSTROM, (Menasha) a special sister-in-law, Lois NYMAN, brothers John (Jack) (Annette) NYMAN and Paul (Charlene) NYMAN, and many loved nieces, nephews and friends-survived a major stroke when she was 49, which, though causing paralysis on her left side, did little to dampen the happy spirit that lived within her-counseled new stroke victims-performed with the Fox Valley Sweet Adelines-After the death of her oldest son, David, a hemophiliac, she wrote “Beloved Warrior,” an account of the challenges she and her family faced in dealing with that life altering disease-memorial service Saturday, 23 Mar 2010-Huehns Funeral Home, Sturgeon Bay-a service will be held during the summer in St. Paul in conjunction with the disposition of her cremains.


ASKINS, Carolyn Sue/b. 2 Dec 1950, Tell City, Indiana-d. 8 Jun 2010, Aurora Bay Care Hospital, Green Bay, Brown Co., WI; OBITUARY-FORBES Funeral Home: Carolyn Sue Askins, 59, of Sturgeon Bay-parents: Otto and Hildred (OATES) ASKINS-worked in the food service industry for several businesses during her life, including Econo Foods, the Alpine Restaurant, and Oliver Station-also worked at Wal-mart for a number of years-survived by one brother, Darrell (Jan) ASKINS, Sturgeon Bay; one niece, Jackie ASKINS; two nephews, Matthew and Erik ASKINS-preceded in death by her parents-services will be from 6-8 p.m. Friday 11 Jun 2010 at the FORBES Funeral Home in Sturgeon Bay, WI-Burial will be at the Deer Creek Baptist Church Cemetery in Tell City, IN-FORBES Funeral Home.


ASMUTH, Jeanne MANEY/b. 28 Nov 1920, Oconomowoc, WI-d. 11 Dec 2010; *Source: Door Co. Advocate-Fri. 31 Dec 2010: Jeanne MANEY ASMUTH, (90), Tucson, Ariz.-parents: Elizabeth JOHNSON MANEY and Dr. John MANEY-husband of over 60 years, Robert Stoltz ASMUTH, Sr. raised their family in Neenah, Wis.-became a resident of Naples, Fla., in 1984 and spent her summers in Door County, Wis.-graduated from Mount Mary College, in Milwaukee, Wis.-survived by her son, Robert S. ASMUTH, Jr. and his wife, Holly, Boulder, Colo.; three daughters, Jane E. WIENKE and her husband, Bob, Tucson, Ariz.; Julie A. HESSE and her husband, Mark, Colorado Springs, Colo.; and Ann A. COHEN and her husband, Howard, Boston, Mass.; nine grandchildren, Jeanne FRAISE, Marnie WIENKE, Robert WIENKE, Jr., Andrew ASMUTH, Elizabeth ASMUTH, Hartley HESSE, Laurel HESSE, Zach COHEN and Maddy COHEN, and two great-grandchildren, Kai FRAISE and Tulla FRAISE-was preceded in death by her husband, Robert; grandson, Robert S. ASMUTH, III; sister, Ellen MANEY; and brother, John MANEY-small family service held on 16 Dec 2010, in Tucson, Ariz.-Memorial Service this summer in Door County, Wis.-ADAIR FUNERAL HOMES-AVALON CHAPEL, TUCSON AZ (520-742-7901).


BAILEY, Dorothy/b. 31 Aug 1919, Fond du Lac, WI-d. 7 Nov 2009, Skilled Nursing Facility at Door County Memorial Hospital, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI; *Source: OBITUARY-FORBES Funeral Home: Dorothy BAILEY, (90), of Sturgeon Bay-parents: Joseph and Isabelle (HUENS) FELCHLIN-married on 10 Jan 1942 to Francis BAILEY in Sturgeon Bay at Corpus Christi Catholic Church-He preceded her in death on 27 May 2005-Survivors include several nieces and nephews-preceded in death by a daughter; a sister, Alice DETTMAN; and a brother, Gilbert COFRIN-Private family services will be conducted


BARKER, Hartley Bass/b. 26 Dec 1922, Minneapolis, Minn.-d. 24 Sep 2010; Source: OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Sat. 2 Oct 2010: Hartley Bass BARKER, born in Minneapolis, Minn., along with his beloved twin brother, Miles Hopkins BARKER, on Dec. 26, 1922, passed away on Sept. 24, 2010, at the age of (87)-survived by his wife of 60 years, Ruth BALDWIN BARKER; and four daughters, Emmy STANLEY (married to Stephen),
Chicago, Ill.; Helen AMBUEL (married to Bruce),Brookfield, Wis.; Sally BARTELS, Colorado Springs, Colo.; and Lisa EVANS, Tucson, Ariz.; as well as 15 grandchildren and one great-grandchild-parents: Helen BASS and Leland Hartley BARKER-preceded in death by his parents and brother-served with the Troop Carrier Command in the Army during World War II (1943 to 1946) and graduated with a BS from the University of Wisconsin, Madison (1949)-served as Executive Vice President of City Gas Service, Inc. in Wisconsin Rapids and Appleton, Wis., until 1964-was Regional Sales Manager at Consolidated Papers, Inc. in Appleton, Wis., until 1971-family moved to Scottsdale, Ariz.-major philanthropist of many civic organizations in both Wisconsin and Arizona-belonged to Rotary Clubs in four different communities over a span of 58 years in Wisconsin Rapids and Appleton, Wis., as well as Phoenix and Scottsdale, Ariz.-served as District 622 Governor (1970 to 1971) and was instrumental in founding several Rotary Clubs-He and Ruth were inducted into the Scottsdale History Hall of Fame in 2000-major donors in Arizona to the Boys and Girls Club of Scottsdale, McCormick Railroad Park, and ScottsdaleHealthcare-beneficiaries in Wisconsin include the YMCA of Door County, the Wisconsin State Historical Society, Ephraim Historical Foundation, and the Community Foundation of South Wood County-served on many Boards, including Goodwill Industries of Central Arizona, the National Board of Goodwill Industries, and the Goodwill Industries International Foundation-served on the Board of the Scottsdale Railroad and Mechanical Society; the Board of Governors and the Foundation Board of the Boys and Girls Club of Scottsdale; the Board of the Heritage Endowment Fund of the Ephraim Foundation; the Foundation Board of the Wisconsin Historical Society; the Board of Scottsdale Healthcare Foundation; and was a member of the Scottsdale Healthcare Community Cardiological Advisory Council-member of the First Congregational Church of Phoenix, Ariz.-member of the Society of Mayflower Descendants, the Sons of the American Revolution, and The Baronial Order of the Magna Carta-Memorial service will be held at the Barker Branch of the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Scottsdale on Saturday, 13 Nov 2010, -burial will take place next June at Forest Hill Cemetery, Wisconsin Rapids, Wis.


BASTEN, Patricia G. (GUTH)/b. 9 Aug 1939, Door County, WI-d. Wed. 9 Jun 2010, at home, Suring, WI; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate: Sat. 12 Jun 2010: Patricia G. (GUTH) BASTEN, passed away peacefully at home-graduated from Brussels High School in 1957-married Richard BASTEN on 15 Sep 1962-was a retired hairdresser-survived by her husband of 47 years, Richard BASTEN, Suring; daughter, Terri BASTEN (Jeff WOLFE), Little Suamico; son, Douglas BASTEN, Mountain; and grandsons, Phil PALUCH, Chris and Cory BASTEN-by her sisters, Nancy (Wayne) ZIRBEL, Gina GUTH WAUTIER; brother, Gary (Judy) GUTH; sister-in-law, Doris HELLEM; godsons, Scott KARNITZ, Nic GUTH; and many aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and friends-preceded in death by her parents, Ray and Jean (LARDINOIS) GUTH; her mother and father-in-law, Peter (Evelyn) BASTEN; brother, Leonal GUTH; grandparents, John (Ida) LARDINOIS; William (Wilhemina) GUTH; godson, Dale LARDINOIS; brother-in-law, Charles HELLEM and godmother, Grace MILLER-Memorial Service: Sun. 13 Jun 2010, at Schauer & Schumacher Funeral Home, 340 S. Monroe Ave. -SCHAUER-SCHUMACHER Funeral Home, visit .


BAUER, Dietrich "Jack" Charles/b. 1 Jul 1931, Elgin, Illinois-d. Sat. 7 Aug 2010, Aurora BayCare Medical Center, Green Bay, Brown Co., WI; OBITUARY-HUEHNS Funeral Home: Dietrich “Jack” Charles BAUER, (79), of Egg Harbor-parents: Karl and Martha (DIETRICH) Bauer-attended Lake Forest College from 1949-51 and the University of Illinois from 1951-54, receiving his Bachelors of Science Degree in Microbiology-served his country in the United States Army from 1954-56. He attended Michigan State University from 1956-59 receiving his Masters Degree in 1957 and his Ph.D. in Microbiology in 1959-did his Post-doctoral work at Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio from 1959-61-In 1961 he started teaching and became a Professor in the Department of Microbiology and Immunology, at Indiana University School of Medicine, and was appointed the Chairman of the Department of Microbiology and Immunology in 1981 and remained such until his retirement in 1996-During his tenure at the University taught immunology to medical, dental and graduate students and mentored many students who received their master’s or doctoral degrees for research done in his laboratory. This research originally addressed basic concepts in immunology and later evolved to contributions in the area of multiple sclerosis-recipient of three highly prestigious honors: The Distinguished Teaching Award from Indiana University and the Faculty Colloquium on Excellence in Teaching Award from Indiana University and the Sagamore of the Wabash-the highest honor bestowed by the Governor of Indiana for distinguished service to the state through Jack’s exemplary commitment to teaching and mentoring-didactic and informal teaching was complemented by his participation in many committees at the Medical School designed to ensure a quality educational experience-member of a number of national professional societies, including the American Association of Immunologists, the American Society for Microbiology, Sigma Xi, and the Association of Medical School Microbiology and Immunology Chairmen-married Lois Leonard REED on 13 Nov 1954 in Urbana, Illinois-She survives him-Services will be held in October, at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Juddville with date and time to be announced-Huehns Funeral Home is assisting the family with arrangements - OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Wed. 6 Oct 2010: Dietrich Charles "Jack" BAUER, (79), Egg Harbor-Services held Saturday, 9 Oct 2010, at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Juddville, with Rev. Michael BRECKE officiating-Huehns Funeral Home of Sturgeon Bay


BAUMANN, Roy J./b. 13 Jan 1926, Algoma, Kewaunee Co., WI-d. Tues. 29 Jun 2010, Door Co. Memorial Hospital, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI; OBITUARY-HUEHNS Funeral Home: Roy J. BAUMANN, (84), Sturgeon Bay-parents: of Harry J. BAUMANN and Josie GUELETTE BAUMANN-graduated Algoma High School in 1943-worked at Algoma Hardwoods for 20 years retiring as purchaser and scheduler-married on 23 Jun 1945 to Joan H. WIZNER at St. Mary Catholic Church in Algoma-owned and operated Baumann’s Bar in Algoma after retiring from the Hardwoods-moved to Sturgeon Bay in 1990-worked as scheduler for Dorco in Sturgeon Bay until his retirement-his wife, Joan, preceded him in death on 30 Oct 2002-charter member of the Algoma Boat Club-Survivors include his two children, Carey BYRNE (significant other, Randy MILLER) of Appleton and her children, Adam (Lorie) TREMBLE of Muskego, Sean TREMBLE of Appleton, Matthew (Lynn) TREMBLE of Appleton, Dr. Luke TREMBLE of Stevens Point, Molly TREMBLE of Appleton, and Mark (Jayne) BAUMANN of Sturgeon Bay and their children, Jacob BAUMANN of Stevens Point, Jon (Dawn) MARSH, Julie (Randy) LeMIEUX both of Sturgeon Bay; 11 great-grandchildren; sister, Betty POPP of Eagle River; brother, Harry (Gail) BAUMANN of Eagle River; brother-in-law, Bill (Sally) WIZNER of Sturgeon Bay; many nieces and nephews;

Preceding him in death were his parents, Harry and Josie BAUMANN; wife, Joan BAUMANN: two brothers-in-law, Robert POPP, Willard WIZNER; and niece, Mary TUMBLESON-Mass of Christian Burial held on Saturday (3 Jul 2010) at Corpus Christi Catholic Church with Fr. Carl SCHMITT as celebrant-Burial and committal services at Evergreen Cemetery in Algoma Saturday-Huehns Funeral Home-Huehns Funeral Home.


BEHRINGER, June Angeline/b. 24 Apr 1936, Fish Creek, Door, WI-d. 12 May 2010 Door County Memorial Hospital Skilled Nursing Facility, Sturgeon Bay, Door, WI; OBITUARY-FORBES Funeral Home: June Angeline Behringer, 74, of Sturgeon Bay-parents: Harvey and Helen (HOGAN) POLSTER-married 15 Oct  1960 to William B. BEHRINGER in Baileys Harbor, he preceded her in death on 13 Jan 1971-After high school went to Cosmetology School in Green Bay- owned and operated a salon in Sturgeon Bay for a number of years and continued to style hair for friends throughout her life-many years she worked as the director of microfilming for the Door County Government Center-member of Bay View Lutheran Church and active at the Senior Center of Door County- Survivors include her three children, John BEHRINGER and Lorie (Scott) FREA, Sturgeon Bay; Peggy (Tim) MIDGETTE, Sumter, SC; six grandchildren, Miranda BEHRINGER; Ryan, Tyler and Dylan FREA; Willa and Owen MIDGETTE; three brothers, Harvey (Carol) POLSTER, Gerald POLSTER and Larry (Percy) POLSTER-preceded in death by her parents, husband and a brother, Robert-memorial service held Sunday, 16 May 2010 at the FORBES Funeral Home, Rev. Timothy MALEK officiating-FORBES Funeral Home.


BERTAGNOLLI, Camille Diane/b. 18 Jul 1932-d. Sun. 22 Aug 2010, at home, Sturgeon Bay, Door, WI; OBITUARY-HUEHNS Funeral Home: Camille Diane BERTAGNOLLI Camille Bertagnolli, of Sturgeon Bay, passed away at her home, Sunday 22 Aug 2010-Arrangements are pending at this time- HUEHNS Funeral Home .


BLAHNIK, Dorothy M./b. 16 May 1917, Sturgeon Bay, Door, WI-d. Tues. 2 Mar 2010, Algoma Long Term Care Unit: OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Sat. 6 Mar 2010: Dorothy M. BLAHNIK-(92), Algoma-parents: Elmer and Esther (OLSON) JIRTLE-graduated Sturgeon Bay High School-attended the Door-Kewaunee County Normal School-worked at St. Vincent's Hospital as receptionist one year-married Wenzel BLAHNIK in Algoma, 28 Sep 1937-ran Wenzel's home farm where he grew up-in 1947, they started custom meat cutting business on the farm-barn burned down in 1962-owned and operated the Sears Catalog store in Algoma for 16 years-former 4-H Leader for many years-took phone calls on the Violence Intervention Help Line-did transportation for the Community Programs Services-Dorothy and Wenzel sponsored a Polish family of four through a church that came from a displaced person camp-survived by one son, Donald (Marilyn) BLAHNIK, Algoma and Florida; one daughter, Evelyn (Paul) BROOKHYSER, Newport, Ore.; six grandchildren, Jay (Diana) BLAHNIK, Scott (Penny) BLAHNIK, Deborah (Lawrence) BOUCHE, Anne (Brad ALSTROM), Erica (Keith KIRCHOFF) and Jim (Laurel) BROOKHYSER; six great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild-preceded in death by her parents; husband; two brothers, Roger and Elmer JIRTLE; one sister, Pearl SEILOFF; and Henry WIERICHS who was raised by her family-Funeral services: Sat. 6 Mar 2010 at St. Mary Catholic Church, Algoma, Rev. Bill SWICHTENBERG-Burial in the church cemetery-SCHINDERLE Funeral Home.


BLAHNIK, Ruth E./b. 8 Dec 1917, Algoma, Kewaunee Co., WI-d. Sun. 17 Oct 2010, Crystal Lake, IL; *Source: OBITUARY-SCHINDERLE Funeral Home: Ruth E. BLAHNIK nee BATHKE, (92)-parents: Louis and Mary (JERABEK) BATHKE-married 4 Apr 1943 in Spokane, WA to David BLAHNIK-member of Immanuel Lutheran Church and past member of Home Arts Guild, both in Crystal Lake-survived by her loving daughters, Maridelle (Ted) McKESSON of Crystal Lake and Marla (David MATHEWS) STRAUSS of Cary; her cherished grandchildren, George (Jennifer) BOYD, Brandi (Gary) ARROYO, and Timothy BOYD; great grandchildren, Camryn BOYD, Peyton ARROYO, and Portia ARROYO; her brother-in-law Lloyd (Laverne) BLAHNIK; and 4 nephews and 2 nieces-Preceding her in death were her husband, David BLAHNIK; her parents, Louis and Mary BATHKE; her sisters and brothers-in-law, Alvina (REINHOLD) RODRIAN, Marie (Erwin) MOEDE and Viola (Carl) LAWRENZ; her nephew Mahlon MOEDE; and her nieces, Elaine PATTON and Myrna SISEL-visitation held on Wed. 20 Oct 2010 at DAVENPORT Family Funeral Home, 419 E Terra Cotta Ave (IL Rt. 176), Crystal Lake-Funeral Service held on Fri. 22 Oct 2010 at SCHINDERLE Funeral Home, 1600 Schinderle Lane, Algoma, WI-Burial will follow at Evergreen Cemetery in Algoma-SCHINDERLE Funeral Home,


BLISS, Homer/b. 17 Nov 1920, Mineral Point, WI-d. 20 Jan 2010, Sturgeon Bay:(89), of Sturgeon Bay, his home on Wednesday (20 Jan 2010)-born 17 Nov 1920 in Mineral Point, Wisconsin-son of the late Fred and Isabelle (LOGUE) BLISS-graduated Mineral Point High Schoolin 1939-served in the U.S. Army during WWII-1942 until 1945-continued his service 18 years -Army Reserves-Chief Warrant Officer-Madison Business College-worked in Milwaukee for nine years with the Veterans Administration-1959 bought a vacation cottage in Door County-permanently relocated to Sturgeon Bay area in 2001. Cousins; nieces and a nephew. Preceding him in death: parents, two brothers, Harry and Merle; two sisters Bernice FREDERICKSON, and Anna Mae BLISS.  Service: Thursday (28 Jan 2010) at HUEHNS Funeral Home. Mass of Christian Burial-St. Mary's St. Paul's Catholic Church in Mineral Point-Saturday (30 Jan 2010)-Fr. James HINNEN-Burial-military honors St. Paul's Cemetery (Mineral Point)...HUEHNS Funeral Home. OBITUARY-Door County Daily Jan 2010.


BORCHERS, Curtis E./b. 17 Aug 1926, Bellingham WA-d. 23 Jun 2009, Green Bay, WI: (82), of Washington Island, Wis., passed away 23 Jun 2009-Green Bay, Wis.,-St. Vincent Hospital-born 17 Aug 1926-Bellingham Wash-graduated Washington State University, Bachelor of Science-Chemistry-Doctorate of Philosophy, University of Oregon-worked 40 years in higher education-retired 1986 from Northwestern University as Assistant Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences-Curt and Leona retired to Washington Island, WI.-Survived by wife, Leona; children, Debby (Mike), Barbara, Brad (Aya), Duncan, Christine, Chuck; his grandchildren, Katy, Ted, Dan, Jerimiah, Grace and Sophie; his brother Donald.-predeceased by his parents, Grace and Louis BORCHERS and brother, Robert-open house 17 Aug 2009 at his home."OBITUARY-Door County Advocate-Wednesday, 1 Jul 2009.


BORRING, Alexander and Beverly and mother Marion/Alexander b. 31 Jul 1941, Chicago, Cook Co., IL-d. 1 Jun 2009, automobile accident with wife and mother; Beverly b. 16 Jun 1942, Chicago, IL-d. 1 Jun 2009, automobile accident with Alexander and Marion; *Source: OBITUARY-FORBES Funeral Home: Alexander and Beverly BORRING, of Sturgeon Bay, and Al’s mother, Marion BORRING, all passed away as a result of an automobile accident -Alexander’s parents: Alexander and Marion (UECKER) BORRING-Al was an aircraft mechanic-inspector for TWA in Chicago for 35 years. He was a member of the International Assoc. of Machinists and the Smithsonian Institute-After retiring to Door County, Al was a first responder and fire fighter for the Southern Door Fire Dept. and was a part time mail carrier-He and his wife were also volunteers for the Red Cross-was currently serving as Constable for the town of Nasewaupee and held a position on the Southern Door Fire Dept. Board-Beverly was born on June 16, 1942 in Chicago-parents: Thomas and Mary (TIMMS) BASCH-was a systems analyst at Genrad Manufacturing for many years-Bev had also worked for Motorola and Panasonic-was also a volunteer with the Red Cross, had served as a First Responder for the Southern Door Fire Dept. and most recently was working for Potowatomi State Park-Al and Bev were married in Chicago on Dec. 26, 1964. Survivors include 3 children: Wendy (Vince) GALATI, Crystal Lake, IL, James (Sandy) BORRING, Huntley, IL, and Ashley KRAUSE, Sturgeon Bay; 9 grandchildren: Craig KRAUSE, Alex BORRING, Katie GALATI, Zack BORRING, Vito GALATI, Domenico GALATI, Devin BORRING, Alyssa BORRING, and Giavanna GALATI; 2 great-grandchildren: Kearsten and Shaun KRAUSE; Al’s sister: Marianne (Ron) GASPARAS, Morris, IL; Bev’s brother: Tom (Kathy) BASCH, New York. Al and Bev were preceded in death by their parents and a grandson, Shaun KRAUSE-A memorial service for Al, Bev and Marion Borring held at 8:00 PM on Friday at the Forbes Funeral Home in Sturgeon Bay-FORBES Funeral Home,


BOSDECH, Blanche R. (HECK)/b. 14 Apr 1924-d. Tues., 2 Nov 2010; OBITUARY-SCHINDERLE Funeral Home: Blanche R. (HECK) BOSDECH, (86), longtime resident of Pierce Township and Algoma-parents: the second daughter of Edward and Elizabeth(BITZEN) HECK-graduated from Alaska Grade School, Algoma High School and Door Kewaunee Teacher's College-taught at Rosebud and Pleasant Hill rural schools-married PFC. Richard BOSDECH on 21 Jul 1945-After his discharge from WWII Army began dairy farming-In 1950 they purchased the (now) fourth generation HECK farm in Pierce Township-received the Pierce Town Outstanding Young Farmer Award in 1960- was a 4-H Club Leader for 14 years-For two years, she served as president of the Kewaunee Co. Extension Homemakers, held several other county offices and chaired committees-was the first secretary for the Kewaunee Co. United Fund-In 1971, they sold their dairy farm to their two sons and purchased the Coleman Motel in Coleman, Wis.-there she was a 4-H leader, Extension Homemaker, and an officer for the St. John's Altar Society-After moving back to the Algoma area in 1976, again became active in the community-received the Outstanding Extension Homemaker Award in 1989, and the outstanding Community Program's Volunteer Award in 1990-or two years, she delivered meals to the elderly, volunteered at the food pantry and Elderly Services office-worked at the Sturgeon Bay Sunshine House for three years, and the Kewaunee and Algoma Toy Lending Centers-also was a volunteer escort driver for two county programs for ten years, and retired at the age of 70-survivors include two sons, David (Sharon) BOSDECH, Alaska, Wis.; James (Jeanine) BOSDECH, Suamico; two daughters, Nancy (Dave) GROTHMAN, Madison, Cynthia HARPER (Robert EMERY), Florida; six grandchildren, Michael and Dan BOSDECH, Myra (Matt) BUELOW, Paul (Jessie) BOSDECH, Laura (Keith) NIKOLAUS, Sara (Aaron) DAUGHERTY, two great grandchildren, Wyatt and Dane BUELOW, four step-grandchildren and their families, nieces, nephews, many cousins and friends-preceded in death by her husband Richard in 2007, son John in 2009, parents, sister and brother-in-law, June (Louis) STICKA, and sister-in-law and husband Mildred (Roland)SIPIORSKI-St. Mary Catholic Church, Algoma Thursday, 4 Nov 2010 until the Mass of Christian Burial at 11 a.m. with Rev. William SWICHTENBERG officiating-Entombment at the Shrine of the Good Shepherd Mausoleum-SCHINDERLE Funeral Home.


BOWAR, Margaret M.*/b. 18 Jul 1907, Middleton, WI-d. Mon. 29 Mar 2010, Door County Memorial Hospital, Sturgeon Bay, Door, WI; OBITUARY-HUEHNS Funeral Home: Margaret M. Bowar, 102, of Egg Harbor, WI, formerly of Cross Plains, WI-parents: Joseph and Theresa (RIPP) LAUFENBERG-Married 20 Aug 1936 Raymond Lawrence BOWAR at Blessed Sacrament Church in Madison-He preceded her in death in July of 1988-Catering business in Cross Plains for many years-member of St. Francis and Xavier Catholic Church in Cross Plains and Stella Maris Parish in Egg Harbor-Survivors include her two daughters, Patricia FULLER of Egg Harbor, Mary BOWAR-LURIE of New Bern, North Carolina; four grandchildren, Richard (Liz) FULLER of Sussex, Mary (Joel) ANTHONY of Menomonee Falls, Michael (Lorie) FULLER of Germantown, Steven (Kristen) FULLER of West Allis; six great-grandchildren, Katie, John, Meghan, Lauren, Jacob, Derrick; one brother, Gilbert LAUFENBERG of Hixton, WI; many nieces and nephews-Preceding her in death were her parents; husband, Raymond; four sisters, and four brothers; son-in-law, Richard FULLER (2002); and all of Raymond’s 10 siblings-Mass of Christian Burial Thursday 8 Apr 2010 at St. Francis –Xavier Catholic Church in Cross Plains, Wisconsin, Fr. Eugene HOLLFELDER, Fr. Tom KELLY and Deacon Larry LAFOND-Burial at St. Francis Cemetery-Memorial Mass in Egg Harbor at Stella Maris Parish at a later date-HUEHNS Funeral Home. *OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Sat. 8 May 2010: BOWAR, Margaret M.-102, Egg Harbor, died 29 Mar 2010 at Door Co. Memorial Hospital. Survivors include her daughters, Patricia FULLER and mary BOWAR-LURIE-Memorial Mass celebrated at Stell Maris Parish-Egg Harbor on Fri. 14 May 2010-HUEHNS Huneral Home.


BOYD, J. David, M.D./b. 2 Jan 1937-7 Jan 2010; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Sat. 31 Jul 2010: BOYD, MD, J. David-A memorial service celebrating the life of Dr. David BOYD will be held 8 Aug 2010 at Woodwalk Gallery, 6746 County Road G, Egg Harbor, Door Co., Wis.


BOYE, Fred/b. 22 Nov 1953, New York-d. Fri., 7 May 2010, at home, Sturgeon Bay, Door, WI; OBITUARY-HUEHNS Funeral Home: Fred BOYE, 56 years, of Sturgeon Bay, formerly of Green Bay, died Friday evening at his home after suffering an apparent heart attack-born on 22 Nov 1953 in New York-parents: Frederick Charles and Virginia (KROLL) BOYE-employed at Brown County Mental Health Facility & Nursing Home in Green Bay-survived by his mother, Virginia; daughter, Angelique (Andrew) VAN SISTINE of Chippewa Falls; son, Karl of Kaukauna; sister, Suzanne and brother, Christopher-preceded in death by his father-Private family services are planned-HUEHNS Funeral Home.


BRANDENBURG, Emily, Mrs./d. 21 Jul 1947-(71) of GILLS ROCK-heart stroke following an operation-resid. also Milwaukee-d. Sturgeon Bay hospital Monday 21 Jul 1947  The body was taken to Milwaukee for services and burial.  Mrs. BRANDENBURG had been a summer resident here for a number of years, her daughter, Mrs. Elmer (Olga) MARTIN of Milwaukee-owner operator of a small restaurant and cottage resort on the Beach road.  Another daughter, Mrs. BERGMAN of Milwaukee, also has a summer place here. OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Fri. 25 Jul 1947.


BRAUER, David J./b. in Algoma, Kewaunee, WI-d. Thurs. 3 Jun 2010, Bellin Hosp., Green Bay, Brown Co. WI; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Sat. 5 Jun 2010: David J. BRAUER, (60), Green Bay-parents: Joseph and Ethel (MICHALETZ) BRAUER-graduated St. mary Catholic School in Algoma and attended Algoma High School-was an over the road truck driver for SCHNEIDER for over 20 years-survived by his sister Darlene (Ira) DYKSTRA, Sharon, WI; one brother Dennis (Karen) BRAUER, Waterford, WI; long time companion Judy PAGEL, Green Bay; many nephews and nieces-preceded in death by his parents, Joseph and Ethel-Mass of Christian Burial Sat. 5 Jun 2010 at St. Mary Catholic Church, Algoma-Burial in the church cemetery-The SCHINDERLE Funeral Home, Algoma.


BREITLOW, Violet "Vi"/b. 16 Aug 1916, Rural Casco, Kewaunee Co., WI-d. Fri. 18 Jun 2010, Algoma Long Term Care Unit; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate: Wed. 23 Jun 2010: Violet (Vi) BREITLOW, (93), Algoma-parents: Herman and Amelia (JAHNKE) HANMANN Sr.-graduated from the McKinley Grade School and the Casco High School-worked various jobs until her marriage to Elmer BREITLOW on 13 Jun 1936, at St. John's Lutheran Church in Luxemburg-The couple farmed in Rio Creek for 45 years, before moving to Algoma-assisted Elmer with his treasurers job for the Rio Creek Co-op Cheese Factory-Violet loved to bake and cook for anyone that came into her house. Her famous saying was "Eat when you can eat". She had the best potato pancakes and only made REAL mash potatoes. She made the best cinnamon rolls and kolaches-was a member of St. John's Lutheran Church in Rankin and the Ladies Aid- survived by her daughter, June (Willard) KIRCHMAN, Algoma; and her son, Albert (Karen) BREITLOW, West De Pere; daughter-in-law Susan BREITLOW, Wauwatosa; eight grandchildren, Rhonda (Bob) VANLANEN, Todd (Ann) KIRCHMAN, Dr. Lance (Sue) KIRCHMAN, Marsha (Troy) MATTSON, Laine (Paul) VIGUE, Kyle (Tyler) CHRISTOPHERSON, Jay (fiance, Christina HUNTER) and Ty (Katie) BREITLOW; 13 great-grandchildren, Ryan VANLANEN, Tyler (Teal) VANLANEN, Craig and Lindsay KIRCHMAN, Taylor and Cole KIRCHMAN, Morgan and Brooke MATTSON, Brady VIGUE, and Crosby and Harper CHRISTOPHERSON; Brock and Jackson BREITLOW; one great-great-grandchild, Berkley VANLANEN; one brother Ernest (Vi) HANMANN, sisters-in-law Joyce HANMANN, Violet DUESCHER and Leona BREITLOW-preceded in death by her husband, Elmer, one son, Dale, six brothers and sisters-in-law, Rudolph (Milda), Carl (Mary), Eddie (Erna), Herman (Irene), Walter (Ella) and Garfield HANMANN; four sisters and brothers-in-law, Alma (Walter) SIEGMUND, Clara (Arden) BESSERDICK, Mildred (Bernard) MOEDE and Emily (Fred) MOEDE-SCHINDERLE Funeral Home, Algoma-Funeral service Monday, 21 Jun 2010 at St. John's Lutheran Church, Rankin, Rev. John NEUGEBAUER officiating-Burial in the church cemetery-SCHINDERLE Funeral Home.


BRETL, James J., Rev./b. 29 Aug 1936, Northeast Wisconsin-d. 6 Oct 2010; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Sat. 9 Oct 2010: Rev. James J. BRETL, SDS, (74), known in the community as Father Jim–parents: Alex and Nathalie (BAUDHUIN) BRETL who have preceded him in death-Also preceding him in death are Francis and William BRETL, brothers, also of Northeast Wisconsin as well as his sister, Eunice (BRETL) ZETTEL of Farfax, Va.-Surviving are his brother, David BRETL, Rockford, Ill.; and his twin sister, Joyce (BRETL) COLE, Orlando, Fla.-was a member of the Society of the Divine Savior (commonly known as Salvatorians) having pronounced his vows of poverty, chastity and obedience on 8 Sep 1958-continued to prepare for ordination to the priesthood by completing the required courses of Philosophy and Theology at the Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. and was ordained on 5 Jun 1965-variety of assignments that took him first to Tanzania, E. Africa-also served as associate pastor for several years at St. Theresa Church in Carson City, Nev., before being called to serve as chaplain at the Arizona State Mental Hospital in Phoenix, Ariz.-After serving as chaplain, pastor, Director of Personal and Director of Pastoral Care at various locations in the Midwest,came to McMinnville, Tenn., as Pastor of St. Catherine Catholic Church and St. Gregory Catholic Church in Smithville, Tenn., where he served the faith communities for ten years before his retirement in 2006- active member of the Greater McMinnville Ministerial Association-served as volunteer chaplain and a member of the Ethics Committee for River Park Hospital-For more than 12 years Father Bretl served on the Warren County FEMA Board, the Emergency Food Bank Board as well as the Habitat for Humanity Board-After a fact-finding visit to Haiti in the year 2000, Father Bretl was instrumental in establishing what has come to be known as The Haiti Project, a collaborative ministry of the Salvatorians, to provide financial and humanitarian support to a twinning parish at Riviere Mancelle in Haiti-Memorial Mass beginning at St. Anna's Catholic Church, St. Anna's, Wis., Saturday, 16 Oct 2010-. Throughout his ministry Father Bretl was called to serve and love in a special way some of the poorest of the poor. He has requested, therefore, that in lieu of flowers a contribution be made to the Warren County Food Bank, P O Box 7115, McMinnville, TN 37111.


BROWN, Nancy (CORNETTE)*/b. 4 Sep 1946, Brussels, Door Co., WI-d. Thurs. 30 Sep 2010; *Source: OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate Sat. 2 oct 2010: Nancy (CORNETTE) BROWN, (64), formerly of Namur, currently of Manitowoc, passed away Thursday, 30 Sep 2010, after a courageous battle with cancer-parents: the late Louis and Blanche (JEANQUART) CORNETTE-married Thomas H. NAZE in 1965-he preceded her in death Nov1985- survived by her children, Wendy MONDAY (special friend, Jim MOHR), Manitowoc; Kevin G. NAZE (special friend, Betty WEYLAND), Freedom; Greg BROWN, Green Bay; grandchildren, Amanda MONDAY (special friend, Michael RUSELINK), Kaitlyn MONDAY, Jacob and Tommy NAZE, Freedom; a sister and brother-in-law, Linda (Don) KINNARD; three brothers and sisters-in-law, Ervin (Clarice) CORNETTE, Leland (Carol) CORNETTE, Wayne (Diane) CORNETTE; she is further survived by aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews-preceded in death by Joe (Maxine) NAZE; Louis (Blanche) CORNETTE; nephew, David ZILLMER- Wiesner-Massart Funeral Home, Casco. Funeral Service Tuesday at the funeral home with Pastors Tom and Darlene ATHEY from the Stewards of Grace Ministries officiating-Burial in the Evergreen cemetery, Manitowoc.-special thanks to Aurora Hospice, Dr. Andrew YETTER and staff.


BUECHNER, William "Buck"/b. 29 Apr 1954, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI-d. 3 Dec 2010; *Source: OBITUARY-FORBES Funeral Home: William "Buck" BUECHNER, (56), of Sturgeon Bay-passed away suddenly-parents: Floyd and Eileen (RAY) BUECHNER-graduated from Sturgeon Bay High School in 1972-attended the University of Wisconsin-Stout-married on 17 Jul 1982 to Diane CROSS in Sturgeon Bay-was the maintenance supervisor for the Sturgeon Bay Public School System for many years-also served as chairman for the City Building Board of Appeals, was a volunteer at Cross Roads at Big Creek, and had coached high school basketball-talent for woodworking and building-many are the buildings in Door County that will showcase his touch for decades to come-Survivors include his wife; two children, Andy BUECHNER and Abby BUECHNER, both of Sturgeon Bay; 1 granddaughter, Maia; and a sister, Selene (Andrew) GILBERT, Wisconsin Rapids-preceded in death by his parents-Friends may call on Tuesday, 7 Dec 2010 at the Forbes Funeral Home in Sturgeon Bay.


BUEHLER, Clinton B./b. 25 Aug 1926, d. 12 Jun 2009, Sturgeon Bay: (82), Sturgeon Bay, formerly of Forestville, died Friday, 12 Jun 2009, at Golden Living Center-Dorchester Nursing Home-born 25 Aug 1926-parents: Roland and Elfie (GUTH) BUEHLER-Algoma High School-helped out on family farm many years-worked at Fagen's Cheese Factory-had a milk route-worked as a painter for Bayship-12 years-caregiver after retirement for many years. Survived: one sister-in-law, Cecelia BUEHLER, Green Bay, and cousins-preceded in death by parents; and two brothers, Marlin and Kermit.  St. Peter's Lutheran Church, Forestville-services, Rev. David LUHRS officiating. Burial-Evergreen Cemetery, Algoma (Kewaunee Co.)-SCHINDERLE Funeral Home." OBITUARY-Door County Advocate-Wed. 17 Jun 2009.


BURTON, Jane (KNOECHEL)/b. 5 Mar 1922, Milwaukee, WI-d. 23 Jun 2010, Oak Park Assisted Living, Baraboo, WI; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Wed. 30 Jun 2010: Jane (KNOECHEL) BURTON, (88)-parents: late William and Emily (JOHST) KNOECHEL-graduate of Washington High School, Milwaukee, and was employed as a secretary-married to Jackson BURTON on 31 Jul 1948-involved with the Girl Scout program for 15 years, earning the Thanks badge and was a lifetime member of Eastern Star-active volunteer at the Door County Memorial Hospital beginning in 1984-active member of Sturgeon Bay United Methodist Church-served as secretary and a member of Christian Women's Club-survived by a daughter, Barbara (Bruce) PUETT, Sheridan, Wyo.; a son, William (Connie) BURTON, Baraboo; granddaughters, Cassandra, Sheridan, Wyo.; Catherine (Jonathan) BARNETT, Onalaska, Wis.; Emily (Michael) FAZIO, New Berlin, Wis.; two great-grandchildren, Joshua and Ainsley BARNETT, Onalaska, Wis.; two nieces and one nephew-preceded in death by her husband, parents and a brother, Donald-Memorial Service held Wednesday, 7 Jul 2010, at St. John's Lutheran Church, 100 Oak St., Prairie du Sac, Pastor Sally Mitchell officiating-Hooverson Funeral Home, Sauk City, 608-643-6430- .


BUTH, Mary M./b. 19 Jul 1942, Sturgeon Bay-d. 11 Dec 2009-(67)-passed away peacefully-St. Vincent Hospital, Green Bay-born 19 Jul 1942, Sturgeon Bay-Parents: John and Ethel (GREEN) MAY-Married 18 Sep 1965-Frank BUTH in Sturgeon Bay-Survivors: husband, Frank; three sons, Bill (Dawn) BUTH, Hartland; Bob (Cheryl) BUTH, Shakopee, MN; Brad BUTH, Mound, MN; four grandchildren, Matthew, Amber, Brady and Katelyn; three sisters, Judy BAUDHUIN and Kathy (Dick) FEUERSTEIN, Sturgeon Bay; Lynn GILSON, Green Bay and a brother, John (Barb) MAY, Forestville-preceded in death by parents, two brothers in law, Don BAUDHUIN and Jim GILSON.  Memorial services-Wednesday 16 Dec 2009-FORBES Funeral Home-Father Douglas LEONHARDT-FORBES Funeral Home. OBITUARY-Door County Daily Dec 2009


BUTLER, Mrs. Fred J./d. 5 May 1951-parents: Mr. & Mrs. Peter CAMPBELL, Jacksonport-Surviving are husband Fred J., sons Thomas BUTLER and Mervin BUTLER; Sisters: Margarete HEIDT, Sadie MURPHY, Irene JOHNSON and Alice; brothers-Edward CAMPBELL, Bernard CAMPBELL and Hugh CAMPBELL-Funeral Services: 7 May 1951, Our Lady, Help of Christians Church, Chicago-burial: All Saints Cemetery.-OBITUARY-Door County Advocate: Thurs. 10 May 1951.


CARLEY-HAKE, Adele/b. 2 May 1926, Kalamazoo, MI-d. 6 Dec 2009, Sturgeon Bay (at home after a struggle with cancer)-Parents: Freda and John KEUMPEL-graduated Western Michigan University-Chemistry-Married David CARLEY (deceased)-1950-four children.  Divorced in 1975-married Carl HAKE- 1978-Preceded in death by her daughter, Pamela-husband, Carl HAKE-survived by three children, Lauren, Michal Ann and James, grandchildren Elijah and Sanya, four children by marriage, Marty, Betsy, Mindy and Rick HAKE-Memorial service-Hope Church, Sturgeon Bay 8 Jan 2010.  HUEHNS Funeral Home. OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Sat. 12 Dec 2009 


CARLINO, Joseph P "Pat"/b. 14 Sep 1926, Des Moines, IA-d. Sun. 7 Feb 2010, Door County Memorial Hospital-cancer. parents: late Leonard & Alice Carlino-moved to Chicago's "East Side" when Pat was still an infant-Navy at 18 serving his country in the pacific during WWII-returned to Chicago-Wilson Jr.College, majored in journalism-worked at the Sun Times as a copy boy-Married Donna JANSEN 1951-Two wonderful daughters: Denise & Darci; two grandchildren, Kelsea and Joseph BLAZEK-worked at Northern Ill. Gas for 30 years-retired to Door County 1998-life long member of the VFW-Preceded in death by parents, in laws, Charles & Mickey COBB, brothers in law James JANSEN & Norbert OLIVER-survived by wife, two daughters, two grandchildren, sisters Grace (Bernie) DEDINSKY, Alice DAVIS & Dawn OLIVER-nieces, nephews, cousins and buddy Robert (Joan) LaCursia-memorial mass at Stella Maris, Sister Bay site Feb 16-Memorial is being planned for the Naperville, IL. area later this month. CASPERSON Funeral Home.


CARMICHAEL, Elvera A./b. 11 Sep 1916, Watertown, WI-d. Wed. 13 Oct 2010, Pine Crest Village, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI; *Source: OBITUARY-FORBES Funeral Home: Elvera A. CARMICHAEL, (94), of Sturgeon Bay-parents: Gustav and Elsie (APPENFELDT) STEINAGEL-married on 5 Aug 1941 to John K. CARMICHAEL in Milwaukee-he preceded her in death on 25 Jun 1994-worked for a number of years as a secretary for the Milwaukee Public Schools- member of First Baptist Church of Sturgeon Bay-Survivors include her son, John (Mary) CARMICHAEL, Sturgeon Bay; three grandchildren, Danny, Katie and Ian; a sister, Evangeline ANDERSON, Friendship, WI-preceded in death by her husband, a son, Craig, two sisters and two brothers-Funeral services Friday, 15 Oct 2010 at FORBES Funeral Home, the Rev. Cory DAHL officiating-Entombment will be in the Shrine of Good Shepherd Mausoleum, Green Bay-FORBES Funeral Home.


CARMODY, Agnes Lucille/b. 21 Aug 1918, Fish Creek, Door Co., WI-d. 19 Jun 2009, Folsom, CA-(90)-Preceded in death by son, Rodney, husband of 62 years, Eldon-.  "Agnes spent her early life in Door County, where she met her husband"-had three children before moving to Folsom in 1959-lived next 50 years there.  Surviving children, Faye THEIS and husband, Edward, and Craig CARMODY and wife, Barbara-grandchildren James and Kirk THEIS, Kimberley KIPP and Jeffrey and Jonathon CARMODY, great-grandchildren Boston, Dalton, Taylor, and Morgan THEIS, and Nolan KIPP.  Rosary at MILLERS Funeral Home Wed. 24 Jun-funeral Mass,St. John's Catholic Church,Thursday, 24 Jun. OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate: Wed. 24 Jun 2009.


CARTER, Philip G./b. 28 Jul 1945-20 Aug 2010, St. Vincent Hospital, Green Bay, Brown Co., WI; OBITUARY-CASPERSON Funeral Home: Philip G. Carter, long time Door County visitor and since 1972 seasonal residence of Maple Grove Road outside of Ephraim lost his life to a bacterial, pneumonia infection on Friday August 20th at approximately 4:30 P.M. after a seven day battle in the intensive care unit at St. Vincent Hospital in Green Bay. Philip worked as a luxury hi-rise property manager for Community Specialists Inc. in Chicago managing such prestigious , well known buildings as 680 Lake Shore Drive, originally the American Furniture Mart and the John Hancock Condominiums. Philip loved people, dogs, travel. cooking, restauranting, and suspense mystery books. Known to many as Philip & Michael, he leaves behind his loving partner of 38 years, Michael Elkow Jr. of Elm Street in Chicago and his white 77 Volkswagon Convertible. Funeral Services were held at the Casperson Funeral Home in Sister Bay on August 22, 2010 for his Door County friends and then services will be held on August 26, 2010 at the Michalek Funeral Chapel in Chicago, IL.


CASHIN, Thomas M./b. 17 Oct 1942, Chicago, IL-d. 4 Mar 2010, Aurora Bay Care Health Center, Green Bay, Brown, WI-OBITUARY: Door Co. Advocate-Sat. 6 Mar 2010: Thomas M. Cashin, Egg Harbor, WI-married 44 years to Paula D. nee UREK-father of Kimberly A. (James) WALKER, Mc Henry, Ill.; and Susan M. (Christopher) BISHOP, Chicago, IL-grandfather of Lily S. WALKER-brother of Cathleen (Dale) COERVER, Hendersonville, N.C.; Timothy (Marilyn) CASHIN, Algonquin, IL.; and Patricia (Carl) ULLRICH, Minocqua, Wis-brother-in-law of James (Karen) UREK, Bernadette (Len) CUDZILO-uncle of Cathleen GILLIES, Chris CUDZILO, Steven CUDZILO, Ben UREK, Megan UREK, Matt UREK, Christine CASHIN, Julie ULRICH and the late Andy ULRICH-moved to Rolling Meadows, IL-graduated in 1960 from Arlington Heights High School in Arlington Heights, IL-received a B.A. in Political Science from Northern Illinois University (1966) and a M.S. in Business Management from Aurora University (1990)-went to work for the Investigations Division of the U.S. Office of Personnel Management as a federal investigator-When the division was privatized he worked for the new company, USIS, and also was the employee representative on the USIS Board of Directors-worked as an investigator and supervisory investigator for 35 years in the Chicago Metropolitan area. Tom retired to the Village of Egg Harbor, Wis., on the Door County Peninsula on April 1, 2001. He briefly worked as a proofreader for the Door County Advocate-member of the Door County Sail & Power Squadron and was their Executive Officer for a number of years-Village of Egg Harbor Board of Appeals-Memorial Service held in Chicago and local Door County services to be announced-Interment private-SUERTH Funeral Home, Chicago,


CHOMEAU, Bernal Tatman/b. 9 Jun 1931, St. Louis, MO-d. Wed. 25 Aug 2010, Ephraim, Door Co., WI; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate- Wed. 1 Sep 2010: Bernal Tatman CHOMEAU, (79), died in Ephraim, Wis., where he was spending the summer-parents: Henri and Phyllis CHOMEAU-graduated from Kirkwood High School-in 1950, after a semester of college, he and his high school sweetheart Janet SMITH eloped-A year or so later they and their son, Doug moved to Cape Girardeau where Bernal completed his undergraduate degree in education at SE Missouri State-In 1954, they moved to Fayette, Mo., where Bernal taught high school, drove the school bus and coached basketball-A few years later, earned his MA in Physical Education from the University of Wisconsin-moved back to Kirkwood, where he was thrilled and privileged to work under Denver Miller, his former coach from KHS-In the late 1950s stopped teaching to work at the Reliable Life Insurance Company, which had been founded by his grandfather, Bernal L. TATMAN, in 1912-After the obligatory stint as an agent on the debit and several years of working at various jobs, he took over as Director of Agencies, the job he held until he retired from the company in 1996-Janet died in 2006 - For years he regularly visited residents of Scandia Village with his German shepherd; he was involved with the Door County Land Trust, the Ephraim Historical Foundation, and was on the board of the Peninsula Golf Assn. (PGA)- unique hobby: for 20 years or more, he photographed and researched all the barns he could find in northern Door County, along the way buying and restoring an old barn of his own. He donated his photographs and information to the WI Historical Society several years ago-survived by his children, Doug CHOMEAU, Egg Harbor, Wis. and St. Louis; Stu (Susan) CHOMEAU, Fort Myers, Fla. and St. Louis; Kathy (Matt) ANDREWS, Tallahassee, Fla.; 12 grandchildren, nine great-grandchildren; brothers, Jerry CHOMEAU, Corona del Mar, Calif.; Dave (Betty) CHOMEAU, Ephraim and St. Louis; cousins, Spencer (Barbara) GOULD, Ephraim; John (Maria) CHOMEAU, Colonial Beach, Va.; Rick CHOMEAU, Ephraim; many nieces and nephews; and his beloved German shepherd, Abby-preceded in death by his parents; his wife, Janet; and his sister-in-law-A memorial service will be held next summer in Ephraim


CHRISTENSEN, Edward/b. 10 Jan 1930, Sturgeon Bay, Door, WI-d. Thurs. 11 Mar 2010, Shawano, WI: OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Sat. 13 Mar 2010: Edward CHRISTENSEN, (80), Bonduel,-parents: late Edward "Monty" and Enid (CAMPBELL) CHRISTENSEN-enlisted with the United States Armed Forces-went to work on the tugboats for Roen Salvage Company out of Sturgeon Bay until 1955-went to work for the Kewaunee Enterprise where, in 1958, he won 1st Prize for the Best Feature Photo from the National Newspaper Contest-In 1967 went to work for the Union State Bank in Kewaunee until 1978 as a Vice President-went to work fulltime at the Kewaunee Bottling Company-worked as the "Double Cola Man" and would photograph people drinking Double Cola to be used on the weekly bowling show-In 2000 moved to the Bonduel area-member of the Shawano Masonic Lodge 170 F&AM and the Scottish Rites, the Bonduel American Legion Post #217, and the Republican Party of Wisconsin-survived by two sons, Nathan (Karyn) CHRISTENSEN of Boyds, MD, Noah CHRISTENSEN of Milwaukee; two grandchildren, Matthew, Claire; two sisters, Barb (Calvin) TANCK of Janesville, Betty PAINE of Tucson, AZ; several nieces and nephews; and good friend, Lawrence WILKE of Pulaski-preceded in death by: his parents and a sister, Judy-Private family services were held-SWEDBERG Funeral Home in Shawano.


CHRISTENSEN, Imogene "Moe"/b. 28 Nov 1921, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI-d. 12 Jul 2010, Oakwood Manor, Oshkosh, WI; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate: Imogene "Moe" CHRISTENSEN-parents: Edith (NEUMAN) and Hugo CHRISTENSEN in Sturgeon Bay, Wis.-graduated from Sturgeon Bay High School in 1939- graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison-worked as a newspaper journalist and physical education teacher around the country before returning to school to earn a graduate degree in counseling-worked for many years as a guidance counselor at Goodrich High School in Fond du Lac, Wis., before retiring in 1984-retired to her roots, enjoying Door County to the fullest:photographing wildflowers, hiking Peninsula Park or picnicking at Cave Point-survived by her nieces and nephews, Kris LEWIS, Kathy SORENSON, Suzy ALDRIDGE, Cheri MAPLES, Mark MAPLES, and Steve MAPLES; and six grandnieces and nephews, Maddie LEWIS, Jamie MAPLES, Micah MAPLES, Kelsey MAPLES, Kristen MAPLES, and Cory MAPLES-preceded in death by her parents and two sisters, Vera PARSONS and Betsy MAPLES-memorial service held on Friday, 23 Jul 2010, at the KONRAD-BEHLMAN Funeral Home (Westside) at 6 p.m. with the Rev. Carol DiBIASIO-SNYDER officiating.


CHRISTIANSON, Ronald James/b. 24 Nov 1956, Sturgeon Bay, Door, WI-d. 23 Apr 2010, at home, Guanzhou, China; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Sat. 8 May 2010: Ronald James Christianson, 53, passed away at his home in Guanzhou, China, on April 23, 2010-parents: late John Morris CHRISTIANSON and Delores June (FREA) EDWARDS-survived by his mother, Delores; a son, Christopher CHRISTIANSON, Walla Walla, Wash.; stepmother, Dorathy CHRISTIANSON, Sturgeon Bay; brothers, Dan and Angie CHRISTIANSON, Randy and Ellen CHRISTIANSON, all of Egg Harbor; sister-in-law, Chris CHRISTIANSON, Sturgeon Bay; sister, Linda and Greg STOMMEL, Green Bay; sister, Sue CHRISTIANSON, Jacksonville, Fla.; sister, Diane and Bob HENIKEN, brother, Greg and Amy EDWARDS, all of Sturgeon Bay; and brother-in-law, Geoff COSTLEY, Neenah-Menasha; several nieces and nephews-preceded in death by his father, John; his maternal grandparents, Greg and Ida FREA; a brother, Dale CHRISTIANSON; and a sister, Jan (CHRISTIANSON) COSTLEY. A private family memorial service will be held later this fall in Egg Harbor.


CIHLAR, Math., Mrs./b. 2 Apr 1847, Bohemia-d. 12 Jul 1921, Clay Banks, Door Co., WI-d. Tuesday morning-illness of about three weeks-maiden name: Veronica HRADEK (74 years, 3 months and 10 days at time of death)-married 52 years ago to Math. CIHLAR.  Six children: two died in infancy; a son, Charles, preceded her to the grave two years ago.  Those surviving are Frank, of Algoma;  Mrs. Chas. WORTISKA, and Joseph of Clay Banks; also her aged husband and 26 grandchildren.  The funeral held Thursday-St. Mary's Catholic Church of Algoma, Rev. Fr. KRAEMER. OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate: Fri. 15 Jul 1921.


CLARK, Betty R. "Bubbles"/b. 9 Aug 1923, Milwaukee, WI-d. Sun. 12 Dec 2010, at home, Green Bay, Brown Co., WI; *Source: OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Wed. 15 Dec 2010: Betty R. "Bubbles" CLARK, (87), Green Bay-long battle with Parkinson's Disease-parents: the late Frank and Hilda (BAHLING) SCHMIDT-graduated from Rufus King High School in Milwaukee-married Robert L. CLARK on 13 Mar 1943, at Purdue University in Lafayette, Ind.-he preceded her in death on 9 May 2010- After Bob completed his service in the U.S. Navy, the couple settled in Manitowoc and together started Clark Cartage Company, Inc.-In 1955, the couple moved their family and business to Green Bay-retired and sold the company to their children in 1986-member of Our Saviour Lutheran-volunteered with Unity Hospice-enjoyed tap dancing with the "Steps in Time" while wintering in Florida and loved summers in Door County-survived by four children and their spouses, Jill and Tom PROULX, Steven and Rosemary CLARK, Shelley and Robin WILLIAMS, Traci and Mike HOIDA, all of Green Bay; seven grandchildren, Gregg (Tonita) PROULX, Ross PROULX, Leah (Rick) EBBERS, Shaina FIELDS (special friend, Grant HEIM), Sarah HOIDA (fiance' Jim DIEDERICH), Emily HOIDA, Matt HOIDA; eight great-grandchildren, Jacob, Lauren, and Tanner PROULX, Harrison and Mara EBBERS, Caiden and Adrian FIELDS, Austyn HEIM; caregiver "special angel," Zula DAMDINJAV-preceded in death by her parents; loving husband of 67 years, Bob; a sister, Carol BUTZ; a nephew, Mike BUTZ-funeral at Our Saviour Lutheran Church, 120 South Henry Street, Saturday with Pastor David HATCH officiating-Entombment in Shrine of the Good Shepherd Mausoleum-MALCORE Funeral home,


CLARK, Diane M., Pastor/b. 4 Sep 1954, Brooklyn, NY-d. Sun. 24 Oct 2010,at home, Madison, Dane County, Wisconsin; OBITUARY-BECKER-BEAL Funeral Home, Belleville, Wis.:  Diane M. CLARK, (56), of Madison passed away peacefully at her home surrounded by her family-parents: Jack and Mary (SCHWERDTMAN) NANNERY-attended Alverno and Marian Colleges-earned a degree from Silver Lake College-earned her Master’s from the University of Dubuque Theological Seminary-married on 9 Oct 1976 to Scott CLARK in Beaver Dam, WI-was most recently the pastor at Peace and Trinity United Methodist Churches in Richland Center, WI-prior to that had served the congregations of Grace United Methodist Church in Belleville, WI, Zion United Methodist Church in Denmark, WI, and was the associate pastor at Sturgeon Bay United Methodist Church in Sturgeon Bay, WI-member of the Wisconsin Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church-survived by her husband Scott of Madison, WI, a daughter Sarah CLARK of Madison, WI, two sons Andrew (Kayla) CLARK of DePere, WI and Jonathan CLARK of Sturgeon Bay, WI, two granddaughters Alexia and Kenzie, her mother Mary NANNERY of Beaver Dam, WI and mother-in-law Joyce CLARK of Sun Prairie, WI, two sisters Barb WARMKA of Beaver Dam, WI and Linda CLEMENTS of New Port Richey, FL, and a daughter in spirit Jamie DAMS of Charleston, SC-preceded in death by her father Jack NANNERY and father-in-law Russell CLARK-Funeral services held Thursday, 28 Oct 2010 at Grace United Methodist Church, 246 W. Pearl St., Belleville, WI with Rev. William DUSHEK officiating with burial in the Montrose Cemetery-Memorials are suggested to the ALS Association and HospiceCare, Inc.-BECKER-BEAL Funeral Home,


CLARK, Mary Jane (DUMPROPE)/b. 20 Sep 1830, Canada*-d. 20 Mar 1914, at home, Sheboygan, WI; *Source: OBITUARY-Sheboygan Press-20 Mar 1914: Mary Jane (DUMPROPE) CLARK (20 Sep 1830-20 Mar 1914)-MRS. MARY JANE CLARK DIES THIS MORNING- Mrs. Mary Jane CLARK died this morning at 7 o'clock at her home at 1004 Huron avenue, at the age of 84 years and 6 months of general debility-born 20 Sep 1830, in Canada-survived by three sons and three daughters-funeral held Monday afternoon from the home with interment in the Sheboygan Falls cemetery- son of Sturgeon Bay was in the city at the time of her death. **Source:OBITUARY-Sheboygan Press-23 Mar 1914, P. 5: CLARK-The funeral of Mrs. Mary CLARK was held this afternoon at 2 o'clock from her late home, Corner Huron avenue and North Tenth street. Interment was made in Wildwood, and Rev. R.K. MANATON officiated.-Sources contributed by Judy PHILLIPS (26 Aug 2010).


CLARK, Robert "Bob"/b. 10 Feb 1920, Manitowoc, WI-d. Sun. 9 May 2010, Green Bay, Brown, WI; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-12 May 2010: Robert "Bob" CLARK, 90, Green Bay-parents: late George and Elsie (PLANTICO) CLARK-graduated high school-attended Wentworth Military Academy, in Lexington, Mo-married Betty "Bubbles" SCHMIDT 13 Mar 1943, in LaFayette, Ind., at Purdue University-served in the United States Navy during World War II at Guadalcanal and Efate in the South Pacific serving as a part of the CASU 15 Unit-returned from the war-worked at his family business in Manitowoc, Clipper City Transit-In 1954 established own trucking company in Green Bay, Clark Cartage until his retirement in 1985-homes in Egg Harbor, North Fort Meyers, Fla., and Green Bay-longtime and active member of Our Saviour Lutheran Church-MALCORE (East) Funeral Home, University Ave. at Baird Street, Green Bay, Friday 13 May 2010-Our Saviour Lutheran Church, 120 South Henry Street, Green Bay, Pastor David HATCH officiating-Full Military Honors to follow-Entombment at Shrine of the Good Shepherd Mausoleum-MALCORE Funeral Home:


COCHART, Harris W./b. 21 Apr 1927, Town of Lincoln, Kewaunee Co., WI-d. 11 Sep 2009, Door County Memorial Hospital, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI; *Source: OBITUARY-FORBES Funeral home: Harris W. COCHART, (82), of Brussels-parents: William and Myrtle (JANDRAIN) COCHART-married on 20 Jun 1945 to Clarice RASS at St. Mary of the Snow Church in Namur-farmed the former RASS Family Farm for 50 years-was a truck driver for Kewaunee Engineering-also a mechanic at Luxemburg Motors for many years and then worked as a machinist at Bay Ship until his retirement in 1985-still drove truck for Nemetz Trucking during the fall harvest-Survivors include his wife of 64 years, Clarice; 4 sons, Terry & Mary COCHART, Brussels, Rod & Nancy COCHART, Casco, Reggie & Jane COCHART, Brussels, and Michael COCHART, Brussels; 3 daughters, Suzanne & Wayne DELWICHE, Brussels, Marcia & Ron VLIES, Brussels, and Lisa STADE, Casco; 18 grandchildren, Tricia SIMON, Tim (Tracie) COCHART, Tracy (Greg) JORNS, Melissa COCHART, Chad (Lisa) COCHART, Cory (Amy) COCHART, Lacey COCHART, Heather (Jason) KRUEGER, Nick (Amy) COCHART, Adam COCHART, Kirk (Kim) DELWICHE, Eric (Tracy) DELWICHE, Brent (Tiffany) DELWICHE, Jay (Hannah) DELWICHE, Jeff (Tina) VLIES, Todd (Missy) VLIES, Amy VLIES, Jamie STADE, and one step-grandchild, Shane (Jill) URBAN; 24 great-grandchildren; 5 step-great-grandchildren; a brother, Norbert "Tiny" (Lucille) COCHART; a sister-in-law, Bernice & Jules CARPIAUX-preceded in death, by his parents, 3 grandchildren, Cody and Ciley COCHART, and Elizabeth VLIES; 3 sisters-in-law and brothers-in-law, Beatrice (Ray) DENIL, Eva (Arnold) VANDERTIE, and Angeline (Edward) JANDRAIN, father and mother-in-law, Henry & Lucy RASS-Funeral services Monday, 14 Sep 2009 at Forbes Funeral Home in Sturgeon Bay and 11:00 AM at St. Francis and St. Mary Parish in Brussels-Entombment will be at the Shrine of the Good Shepherd Mausoleum-FORBES Funeral Home


COLE, Mary Helen/ b. 2 Sep 1921, Lomira, WI-d. Wed. 6 Jan 2010, Cedarburg, WI (88)-parents: late Adolph and Mayme (nee HAUSER) TOLZMAN-Married Leo COLE (d. 22 Mar 1992)-3 Jun 1944 resided in Milwaukee, WI-Moved to Cedarburg 18 years ago-lake home in Door County for 31 years-Survived by daughter; Mary Kay (Harold) GRUBE, Cedarburg, Wis.; grandsons, Scott (Chris LANGE) GRUBE, Cedarburg; Todd GRUBE, Grafton, Wis.; and Steve (Jessica) GRUBE, Tolleson, Ariz.; great granddaughter, Alyssa Rose GRUBE; sister-in-law, Selma TOLZMAN; nieces, nephews; special friend, Carol GRYGA of 39 years-preceded in death: parents and in-laws, Frank (Johanna) COLE; brothers, Lewis TOLZMAN, Bernard TOLZMAN; brother-in-law, John COLE; sisters-in-law, Ann TOLZMAN and Dorothy COLE; great niece, Katie TOLZMAN.-St. Francis Borgia North Catholic Church-Mass of Christian Burial-Monday-11 Jan 2010-St. Francis Borgia North Catholic Church, Cedarburg, Wis.  Private Burial at St. Mary's Cemetery, Lomira, Wis.-MUELLER Funeral Home. OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate: Saturday, 9 Jan 2010.


CONARD, Allen/b. 28 May 1939, Town of Union, Door Co., WI-d. 12 Jul 2010, at home, Namur, Door Co., WI; OBITUARY-FORBES Funeral Home: Allen CONARD, (71), of Namur, passed away at home on July 12, 2010-parents: Harry and Irene (LeGRAVE) CONARD-was a retired mail carrier and truck driver-also a former Town of Union Supervisor-Survivors include his mother, Irene CONARD, Brussels; a sister, Arlene (Sylvester) STAUBER, Kewaunee; a special friend, Joan DELORIT, Brussels; and several nieces and nephews-Funeral services Friday, 16 Jul, 2010 at St. Francis and St. Mary Parish in Brussels-A prayer service held at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday 15 Jul 2010 at the funeral home-FORBES Funeral Home.


CONNELL, James G./b. 17 Jul 1922, Davenport, Iowa-died. 16 Jun 2010, Provena St. Joseph Center, Freeport, IL; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Sat. 19 Jun 2010: James G. Connell, 87-parents: Gratton and Mary Gertrude (HASSETT) CONNELL-married on 26 Aug 1950 to Rosemary A. DUNN at Keswiek, Iowa at Our Lady of Lourdes Church-served for the Army Air Corps in World War II-worked for Chilton Automotive Company-member of St. Mary's Catholic Church-Surviving are his wife; five sons, Kevin (Char) CONNELL, Naperville; Tim (Joanne) CONNELL, Thornton, Colo.; Chris (Christine) CONNELL, Woodstock, Ill.; Sean CONNELL, Evergreen, Colo.; and Nick CONNELL, Phoenix, Ariz.; one daughter, Michaela (Mark) HOLEY, Sturgeon Bay, Wis.; ten grandchildren, Melissa CONNELL, Katey CONNELL, Brendan CONNELL, Nathan CONNELL, Erin CONNELL, Steve CONNELL, Schuyler CONNELL, Michael HOLEY, Oliver HOLEY and Melanie MARSHMAN; one sister, Mary Gertrude KRZYZEWSKI, Milwaukee; and one great-grandson, Landon MARSHMAN-preceded in death by his parents, and one brother John-Funeral Services Saturday 19 Jun 2010, at St. Joseph Catholic Church with Rev. Howard BARCH officiating-BURKE TUBBS Funeral Home in Freeport, IL.-Burial at Calvary Cemetery-BURKE TUBBS Funeral Home: www.burke


CORDIER, Laura A./19 Oct 1922, Namur, Door, WI-23 Feb 2010, Sturgeon Bay, Door, WI: OBITUARY-(87), parents:  late Henry and Virginia (ENGLEBERT) MALLIEN-1940 graduated Brussels High School-crowned Door County Cherry Blossom Queen 1940-Married 16 Jun 1943, James Cordier at St. Mary of the Snow Church in Namur-member of St. Joseph Catholic Church-six children-survived by husband of 66 years, James CORDIER; daughters MJ (Bob SCHIMMELPFENNIG) CORDIER, Orlando, FL; Lynn (Tom) LODHOLZ, Berlin, WI; Cynthia (Jerry) BECHARD, Bonita Springs, FL; sons, Michael (Mary) CORDIER, West Palm Beach, FL; Patrick (Kelly) CORDIER, Sturgeon Bay; and James CORDIER, Tampa, FL; seven grandchildren, Lori, Sherry, Rebecca, Erik, Andrew, Dakota, and Riley; a twin sister, Emma (Auguste) HAYOT, Sturgeon Bay; and many nieces and nephews-preceded in death by her parents; four sisters, Esther MALLIEN, Lucy LAMPEREUR, Martha LOUIS, and Mary MALLIEN; sister-in-law, Marion VANDERHEIDEN; brothers-in-law, Louis RANKIN, George LAMPEREUR, Clarence LOUIS, and Roland VANDERHEIDEN; and nieces, Virginia LOUIS and Mary Lee VANDERHEIDEN-Mass of Christian Burial Monday 1 Mar 2010 at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Sturgeon Bay, Rev. Dominic PELUESE SCJ-FORBES Funeral Home.

CORDON, Ray/b. 6 Feb 1914, Oak Park, Ill.-d. 16 May 2010, Woodview, Scandia Village, Sister Bay, Door, WI; OBITUARY-CASPERSON Funeral Home: Ray Cordon, Northern Door's favorite Irishman, quietly passed away Sunday, May 16, 2010 at Woodview, Scandia Village, Sister Bay. He was 96 yrs. young.-parents: Martin CORDON and Helen CLOSSEY-childhood friend of Anchor Sam Subin who introduced him to Door County in the 1950s-supported The Clearing, The Ridges, the Door County Humane Society and the many parks of Door county-frequent visitor to the Maritime Museums-in the Coast Guard during WW II and also served on the ship, the Hyacinth, setting buoys in Death's Door-Visiting the USO in Milwaukee, he met Connie KRZYSKO, whom he married-survived by their daughter, Helen CORDON-owned the business, Ray Cordon Inc. in West Allis, WI and V. I. Pipe & Supply in Appleton, WI-retired to Colorado Springs, CO and spent winters in Chandler, AZ, where he was active in Senior Olympics-returned to Door Co. for his final years and thoroughly enjoyed his friends and activities at Scandia Village-his secret for such a long, active life, Ray always responded, "Irish whiskey and wild women."-preceded in death by his parents, sister Catherine, wife Connie and the love of his life, his Golden Retriever, Mickey-Casperson Funeral Home.


CORNELL, Anna Belle/b. 11 Oct 1921-d. 13 Nov 2010; OBITUARY-CASPERSON Funeral Home: Anna Belle CORNELL, (89), of Washington Island, WI-parents: Edward & Florence MEEHAN-married Victor H. CORNELL at Alliance, Nebraska on 6 Nov 1943-he preceded her in death 16 May 2009-active member of Bethel Church on Washington Island-survived by nieces and nephews and many other relatives and special friends-preceded in death by her husband, parents, brothers and sisters-Memorial Service will be held at Bethel Church on Washington Island, Wi at a later date-CASPERSON Funeral Home,


COWLES, Margaret A./b. 1 Oct 1926, Escanaba, MI-d. Sun. 24 Oct 2010, Aurora St. Luke's Medical Center, Milwaukee; OBITUARY-RYAN Funeral Home, DePere, WI: Margaret A. (LINDSTROM) COWLES, (84), of Allouez-parents: the late Enard and Ada (KEENE) LINDSTROM-graduate of Escanaba High School, Class of 1944-married on 17 Sep 1949 to Robert L. COWLES, Jr. at Christ Episcopal Church, Green Bay-was an active member of the community-was a volunteer, Past President of the Green Bay YWCA, and the Women of Vision-involved with the Service League of Green Bay and the Antiquarian Society for many years-was a soloist in the choir at Christ Episcopal Church, Green Bay-operated the Needle Attic in De Pere-was active in the Door County Peninsula Arts Association for many years-was an actress at Green Bay Community Theater-was involved for over fifty years in the PEO Chapter-As a Goldwater Girl she became very active in the Republican Party in Wisconsin for many years-In 1988 received a new heart at St. Lukes Hospital in Milwaukee-most recently celebrated her twenty-second anniversary of the transplant-was highly regarded with the staff and nurses of the hospital as one of their longest surviving heart transplant patients-was an active member of the Bellin Cardiomyopathy Support Group-The gift of life she received with the transplant was never taken for granted and she dedicated much of her time supporting those as fortunate-surviving are her husband, Robert L. COWLES, Jr., Allouez, her children, Senator Robert L. COWLES, Allouez, James G. (Sharon) COWLES, Suamico, David F. (Lisa) COWLES, De Pere, grandchildren, Kelly, Robert and Emily, step-grandchildren, Jon and Katie, and nieces and nephews-preceded in death by her parents and brother, Robert LINDSTROM, and dear friends who were as close as sisters, Helen BIE and Ruth McCOY-RYAN FUNERAL HOME 305 North Tenth Street, De Pere-service 28 Oct 2010 Thursday at St. Anne's Episcopal Church, De Pere-Mass of Resurrection with Father Eric MILLS officiating-Entombment in Allouez Masoleum-RYAN Funeral Home,


COX, William (Bill)/d. 23 Feb 2010, at home, Pisgah Forest, NC; OBITUARY: Door Co. Advocate-Sat. 20 Mar 2010-William (Bill) COX. (82) formerly of Baileys Harbor, died peacefully at his home on Tuesday, 23 Feb 2010-born in Oak Park, IL-was a U.S. Army veteran-preceded in death by his wife, Rae HAHNE COX, and one son, William (Bill) COX-Survivors include three sons, Steve (Lourdes) COX of Aurora, Ill.; Jeff COX of Marietta, SC; and Craig (Judy) COX of Tacoma, Wash.; one daughter, Lesley (Todd) ANSCHUTZ of Baileys Harbor, Wis.; one sister, Dorothy BOWERS of La Grange, Ill.; one daughter-in-law, Beth HUMPHREYS of Port Washington and five grandchildren-Memorial services Saturday 27 Mar 2010 at Shannon's, Glen Ellyn, IL.


CROZIER, Celine/b. 29 May 1953, Elmhurt, IL-d. 21 May 2009, Aurora Bay Care Medical Center, Green Bay, Brown Co., WI; *Source: OBITUARY-FORBES Funeral Home: Celine CROZIER, (55), Sturgeon Bay-parents: Arthur and Winifred (BAUSCHEN) REIS- came to her beloved Door County for the first time at the age of 6 weeks old-spent every summer of her life there-her family’s first cabins were on Lake Forest Park Drive and then the year she turned 10 they moved down to Glidden Drive-In 1978 she met the Love of her life Donnie Ray CROZIER, in Baileys Harbor, and they were married the following July in 1979-After caring for her parents in Florida for 12 years they moved to Door County permanently-She worked for 9 years at the Door County Candle Company until they closed in December of 2004-loved being a good aunt and the job of being Donnie’s agent-joined Hainesville Lutheran Church-Survivors include her husband of 30 years, Donnie Ray CROZIER; three brothers, Paul (Beth) REIS, Wheaton, IL; Daniel (Cheryl) REIS, Geneva, IL; David (Danette) REIS, Tioga Center, NY; her favorite sister, Gretchen (Gary WEBER-WILEY) REIS, Tomah; Sister in law, Linda (Steve) BAST, Curtice, Ohio; Dear Nieces, Sara (Tim) CHRISTIAN, Kendra Rose (Dan) SEGAL, Rose WEBER, Nicole BAST, Niki WEBER, Katie REIS; Dear Nephews, Mark (Marie) REIS; Michael (Reba) ROSE; Joshua REIS, Nick (Brandy) BAST; four great nieces; three great Nephews; and best friend of more than 50 years, Peggy LINDSTROM-preceded in death by her parents; parents-in-law and one sister-in-law:Darla K. CROZIER-memorial tribute during regular worship services at Hainesville Lutheran Church on Sunday 24 May 2009-a celebration of life held at St. Paul U.C.C. in Oak Harbor, Ohio on Saturday, 30 May 2009-FORBES Funeral Home.


CUELLAR, Keygan/b. 8 Aug 2010, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI-d. 28 Oct 2010, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI; OBITUARY-HUEHNS Funeral Home: Keygan CUELLAR, 11 weeks-parents: Skyler JACOBS and Tyler CUELLAR-survivors are his parents; grandparents, Brittany WOLKE, Joe JACOBS, Robert Jr. CUELLAR, and Lucy KRUMPOS-CUELLAR, and Grandma Ann; great-grandparents, Bill & Debbie CARRICK, Scott & Karen WILMOT, and Robert Sr. & Rosa CUELLAR; aunts & uncles, Taylor, Jazmyne, Joey, Theresa, Shawna, Breanna, Jessica, Nick and Steve-Funeral services held Thursday, 4 Nov 2010 at HUEHNS Funeral Home in Sturgeon Bay, with Fr. George HILLMAN officiating-HUEHNS Funeral Home, .


DANES, Mrs. H. (Minnie DEKKER)/b. 14 Mar 1900, New Holstein, WI-d. Sun. 18 Dec 1960, Algoma Mem. Hosp., Algoma, Kewaunee Co., WI-(60)-parents: John and Mathilda DEKKER-lived in Ellison Bay past 10 years-member of Trinity Lutheran Church-Married Henry DANES 17 Jul 1917 in New Holstein-Survivors: husband Henry DANES, one son Herman DANES, New HOLSTEIN; five daughters: Mrs. Herbeert HARDER, Chilton; Mrs. Isidore ENDRIES, St. Nazianz; Mrs. Alfred BENDER, New Holstein; Mrs. Alfred ORTLIEB, Kiel, and Miss Caroline DANES, Valders, WI; 19 grandchildren; two brothers: Fred DEKKER, Kiel and Rudolph DEKKER, Barton, WI; two sisters: Mrs. Claude SCHAEFER, Chilton and Mrs. Fred KOEPPEN, St. Nazianz.  One son preceded her in death.  Funeral Services: Wed. 21 Dec 1960, Trinity Lutheran Ch., Ellison Bay, Rev. Richard HEINS-Burial in the New Holstein city cemetery-CASPERSONS Funeral Home.-OBITUARY: Door Co. Advocate-Tues. 20 Dec 1960, Sec. 1 P. 4.


DANIELS, Robert/b. 23 Aug 1919, Myerstown, Pennsylvania-d. 2 Mar 2009, Golden Living Center, Dorchester, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI; *Source: OBITUARY-FORBES Funeral Home: Robert DANIELS, (89), formerly of Milwaukee passed away at the Golden Living Center Dorchester-parents: Charles and Anne (SCHOENER) DANIELS-worked many years in Milwaukee, Robert retired to Door County-Survivors include one brother: Richard L. (Ruth) DANIELS, Baileys Harbor; one niece: Kathleen DANIELS; one nephew: Brian (Laurel HILL)DANIELS; one great-niece: Lorna DANIELS-preceded in death by his parents-Graveside services on Friday 6 Mar 2009 at the Highland Memorial Park Cemetery in New Berlin, Wisconsin- Forbes Funeral Home in Sturgeon Bay is assisting the family


DANIELSON, Ward A./b. 23 Sep 1938, Hancock, Mich.-d. Sun. 5 Dec 2010, Baraga County Memorial Hospital, L’Anse, Mich.; Source: Door Co. Advocate-Wed. 8 Dec 2010: Ward A. DANIELSON, (72), L'Anse, Mich., passed away suddenly-parents: the late Ingward and Agnes Caroline (ANDERSEN) DANIELSON-graduated from L'Anse High School in 1957-Following graduation lived in Rice Lake and Kenosha, where he worked on the B.F. Jones for the Wilson Transit Company-was an inspector at American Motors-Following his retirement due to ill health, Ward moved back to L'Anse-married Tina ALLEN on 5 Sep 1992, in L'Anse- played trumpet for many years and thoroughly enjoyed music-survived by his loving wife, Tina; children, Eric DANIELSON, Baraga; Mark DANIELSON, Baraga; and Sandy MICHELS, Kiel, Wis.; stepdaughter, Justine (Paul) MANCHESKI, Door County, Wis.; grandchildren, Taylor, Jericho, Erica, Adam, and Bradley; stepgrandchildren, Eli, and Janae; and sister, Peggy (Ed) MOBLEY, Westerville, Ohio-Several nieces, nephews, and cousins also survive-Family services held for Mr. Danielson-Interment will take place in the L'Anse Evergreen Cemetery-REID Funeral Service and Chapel, L’Anse, MI,


DART, Beulah Mary/b. 3 Jul 1916, Gardner, Door Co., WI-d. 21 Aug 2009, Door County memorial Hospital, Sturgeon Bay WI; *Source: OBITUARY-FORBES Funeral Home: Beulah Mary DART, (93), of Sturgeon Bay-parents: Desire and Edith (DELSIPEE) SACOTTE-married on 31 Jul 1934 to Julius DART in Brussels-He preceded her in death on 3 May 1986-farmed in the town of Gardner for many years-also had worked for Doerr Electric for seven years- Survivors include two children; Bonnie (Robert) BOULANGER, Luxemburg, Glenn (Theresa) DART, Sturgeon Bay; daughter-in-law, Carol DART, Sturgeon Bay; nine grandchildren; Dave (Kris) DART, Brenda (Al) RECKELBERG, Dean (fiancé, Gail) MASSART, Jackie (Ian) BOUCHE, Dennis (Laura) MASSART, Jeremy (Olivia) DART, Justin DART, Joseph DART, Jeffery DART; eleven great-grandchildren; David, Jason, Heather, Alicia, Lisa, Chris, Travis, Austin, Keith, Stephanie, Cassie; two great-great-grandchildren; Hayden and Addison; one sister; Gail WALKER, Sturgeon Bay; one sister-in-law; Arbutus SACOTTE, Sturgeon Bay-was preceded in death by her husband Julius; one son, Gerald DART; one granddaughter, Debbie LALUZERNE; one son-in-law, Dennis MASSART; two brothers, Mervin and Ellsworth SACOTTE-Funeral services Tuesday, 25 Aug 2009 at St. Francis and St. Mary Parish in Brussels with Rev. Pius COTTER and Rev. Anthony BIRDSALL concelebrating-Entombment will be at the Shrine of the Good Shepherd Mausoleum-Forbes Funeral Home in Sturgeon Bay.


DAUBNER, Hazel Julia/b. 24 Nov 1920,-d. 5 Feb 2010, Scandia Village, Sister Bay, Door, WI-(89)-parents: Arthur and Julia MICKELSON-Married: Leo DAUBNER, 18 Apr 1942, he preceded her in death 23 Jan 2000-Survived by two children: Ronald (Lynn) Richard (Sharon) and three grandkids: Jason (Tori) Michael, Michelle and two grandkids; Sara and Emma DAUBNER; Sara and Emma DAUBNER; four sisters-in-law, Bernice MICKELSON, Emilie DAUBNER,; Jean DAUBNER and Leona DAUBNER; and many nieces, nephews and cousins-preceded in death by husband, Leo DAUBNER; parents; two grandsons, Darin and Chris DAUBNER;; brother, Wesley MICKELSON; two sisters: Marion and Mildred (Millie); two brothers Roger MCILREE and Jimmy DUKE-Funeral Services: Sister Bay Moravian Church, Thurs. 11 Feb 2010-CASPERSON Funeral Home-OBITUARY: Door Co. Advocate-Wed. 10 Feb 2010.


DAVIS, Richard S., Jr./d. 9 Dec 2008-memorial service-Monday, 6 Jul (2009) at St. Pauls Lutheran Church, Juddville Road, Fish Creek. OBITUARY-Door County Advocate-Wed. 1 Jul 2009.


DAWE, Esther Louise (HUHN)/d. Sun. 9 May 2010; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Sat. 15 May 2010: Esther Louise (HUHN) DAWE, 87-preceded in death by her husband, Richard "Dick" DAWE and her sisters, Helen ROANG, Erma Jean O'CONNOR and Marion BLAKE, and brothers-in-law, Sverre ROANG, John BLAKE and Leon CLARK-survived by her daughters, Sally (Richard) MILLER, Susan (William) SCHULTZ and Peggy (Michael) MILLER; her sisters, Barbara (Sheldon) BRANDTJEN and Betty Ann CLARK; brother-in-law, John (Anna) O'CONNOR-grandmother of Dave MILLER, Paul (Leah) MILLER, William (Jennifer) SCHULTZ, Jenny (Michael) MACREADY, Kathryn (Paul) MORGAN, Sarah (Dashawn) HILL, Sean MILLER and Ann MILLER-Great-grandmother of AJ and Taylor MILLER, John and Samuel SCHULTZ, and Lucas, Tyler MORGAN, and soon to be born Kyla HILL-member of Bethany-Calvary United Methodist Church in Wauwatosa-Christian Memorial Service at HARTSON Funeral Home Friday, 14 May 2010, Son-in-law, Pastor Richard C. MILLER, officiating-donations may be made to the Richard A. Dawe Memorial Scholarship-HARTSON FUNERAL HOME, 11111 W. Janesville Rd.. Hales Corners 414-425-9797 www.hartsonfuneral.


DECUIR, Eunice "Emma"/b. Miles City, Mont.-d. Sun., 7 Feb 2010, Wall Township, NJ-(85), of Wall Township, NJ, born in Miles City, Mont. and raised in Fish Creek, Wis-graduate of Gibraltar High School in 1942-Married Sidney "Dutch" DECUIR 1948 they moved to East Orange NJ-resided in  Point Pleasant Beach for 16 yrs before moving to Wall Township in 1973-worked as waitress for 20 years at Jack Baker's Lobster Shanty, Point Pleasant Beach-owner and operator with husband "Dutch" of Oak Tree Lodge-Predeceased by husband of 51 yrs., Sidney "Dutch" DECUIR in 2000-survived by son, Peter DECUIR and his wife Famela, Wall; two daughters, Syd WHALLEY, Spring Lake; and Donna CHAFEY and husband Thomas, Wilton Manors, FL; seven grandchildren, Cheryl ISBITSKI and husband David, Neil DOMALEWSKI and wife Lisa, Sara DECUIR, Ryan WHALLEY, Kristin WHALLEY, Denise ANTONELLI and her husband, Mark and Lisa CHAFEY; five great-grandchildren, Lauren and Ava ISBITSKI, Patrick DOMALEWSKI, Andrew and Jenna ANTONELLI; two sisters , Donna HANSEN, Sarasota, FL; and Inez ZACHER, Milwaukee, WI-Funeral Services, Fri. 12 Feb-ORENDER Family Home For Funerals.-OBIT: Door Co. Advocate Wed. 10 Feb 2010.


de FORE, George S./b. 1943, Chicago, IL-d. Thurs. 4 Nov, at home, Fish Creek, Door Co., WI; *Source: OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Wed. 10 Nov 2010: George S. de FORE, longtime Door County resident and friend of the arts-graduate of North Central College, Naperville Ill-After taking a degree in French Language and Literature, he taught French for several years in Naperville-On a spontaneous first trip to Door County in 1969, George fell in love with the area, and purchased the property where he subsequently resided for 41 years-established a retail and repair business in Fish Creek—"Guardian of Tradition Clocks," later known simply as "The Clockmaker" in 1972-survived by a daughter, Madeleine de FORE, Madison, Wis.-predeceased by his mother, Alice (BRIGEL) de FORE, father, John de FORE, and grandparents, George and Lillian BRIGEL, all of Chicago-Burial will be private; a memorial service is planned and details are still pending at this time.


DEJARDIN, Joyce/b. 31 Oct 1925, Town of Forestville, Door Co., WI-d. Friday 29 Jan 2010, Casco, Kewaunee Co., WI-(84)-passed away peacefully at home.Parents: late William, Sr. and Irene (WESSEL) HUCEK-m. 31 Mar 1948, Orville D. DEJARDIN-Six children together-St. Peter/St. Hubert Church, Lincoln-lived on the family acreage on County C in the Town of Lincoln, owned and ran a farm-worked for DEJARDIN Farm Supply for over 20 years.  Survivors: children, Roger and Kathryn DEJARDIN, Casco; Gloria SHIMANEK, Wake Village, Texas; Ricky W. and Judy DEJARDIN, New Franken;  Barbara and Charles JADIN, Casco; Janet and Peter SERVAIS, Green Bay; James and Bonnie DEJARDIN, Luxemburg; grandchildren, Eric SHIMANEK, Brooke SHIMANEK, Ryan and Sarah JADIN, Nicole SERVAIS, Kyle SERVAIS, Megan SERVAIS, Cole DEJARDIN and Zachary DEJARDIN; step-grandchildren, Lynn and Kevin LACROSSE; step-great-grandchildren, Katelyn LACROSSE, and Camille LACROSSE; sisters-in-law, Mabel DEPREY, Myrtle RIPLEY and Mary Ann DANIEL-preceded in death by husband, Orville DEJARDIN; parents, William, Sr. and Irene HUCEK; brother, William HUCEK, Jr.; brothers-in-law, Bernard PINCHART, Robert (Bob) RIPLEY, Melvin DEPREY; sisters-in-law, Ethel PINCHART, Shirley HUCEK; son-in-law, Daniel SHIMANEK; and step-grandson, Scott ZUEGE-Funeral Services-St. Peter Catholic Church in Lincoln, Kewaunee Co., WI-Tuesday, Feb 2, Father Bob KONKOL, OFM.  Entombment at the Shrine of the Good Shepherd Mausoleum, Green Bay. OBITUARY-Door County Advocate-Wednesday, 3 Feb 2010.


DEJARDINE, Mrs. Henry (Cecelia LEYANNA)/b. 5 Apr 1882, Door Co., WI-d. Fri., 24 Dec 1954, Sturgeon Bay, Door, WI-(72)-died at 742 George St., Sturgeon Bay after an illness of one year-parents: Mr. and Mrs. John LEYANNA Sr.-after living in Neenah she returned to Door county in 1944-Married: 1903, to Edward GERARD, at Jacksonport, he died in 1926-2nd Marriage: to Henry DEJARDINE at Neenah, 1944, he survives-Other Survivors: two sons: Roy, Milwaukee and Vernon, Saukville; eight daughters: Mrs. Clifford VANDERLINDEN, Appleton,; Mrs. Leona GLENN, Columbia Falls, Mont.; Mrs. Ed VAN GUMPLE, and Mrs. Douglas KRAMER, Neenah; Mrs. Donald MELCHER and Mrs. George MASON, Manasha; Mrs. Floyd MANNING, Bakersfield, Calif and Mrs. Paul ZITZELSBERGER, Milwaukee, WI; three brothers, Clarence LEYANNA, Delaware, Leo, Green Bay, and Jack, Sturgeon Bay; and six sisters: Mrs. George LONGLEY, Egg Harbor; Mrs. Louis STONKE, Laona; Mrs. Wilfor CHARTLER, San Diego, Aalif.; Mrs. William KATE, Two Rivers; Mrs. Ben HIBBARD, Manitowoc, and Mrs. Henry WECKLER, Sturgeon Bay-Funeral Services, Tues. 28 Dec 1954, St. Patrick Church in Menasha, body was in state at KESSLER Funeral home in Neenah-Interment, St. Margaret Cemetery-Local arrangements handled by the HAHN Funeral Home-OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Tues. 28 Dec 1954, Sec 1 P.4.


DELCHAMBRE, Dustin William/ b. 27 Oct 1982, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI-d. Thurs. 21 Oct 2010, at home, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI; *Source: FORBES Funeral Home: Dustin William DELCHAMBRE, 27, of Sturgeon Bay-parents: William (Kelly) DELCHAMBRE and Char (Richard) BOHN-graduate of Sevastopol High School in 2002-worked construction and was presently working at the Hatco Company-donating his tissue to keep helping others-survivors include his parents; daughter, Makensie; brothers, Carter (special friend, Kaley) STAI, Brandon (special friend, Rachael) DELCHAMBRE, Travis (special friend, Holly) DELCHAMBRE, all of Sturgeon Bay-further survived by uncles, Ernie (Imelda), Kenny (Bev), Donny (Mary), Bob (Kathy) DELCHAMBRE; Father Ron COLOMBO, David (Candy) COLOMBO, Bill (Lisa) COLOMBO; Aunts, Janet (Fritz) PETERSON, Marilyn (Lowell) FOURNIER, Joanne (Rob) and Mary COLOMBO-preceded in death by his grandparents, Mae and Justin DELCHAMBRE and Marie and William COLOMBO-Memorial services conducted Friday, 29 Oct 2010 at FORBES Funeral Home, the Rev. Ron COLOMBO officiating-FORBES Funeral Home.

DELWICHE, Lawrence E. "Larry"/b. 22 Aug 1938, Sturgeon Bay, Door, WI-d. Sun. 23 May 2010; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Wed. 26 May 2010: Lawrence E. "Larry" Delwiche, 71, Franklin, Wis., passed away on Sunday, May 23, 2010, after a courageous battle with cancer-parents: Lawrence (the late Madeline (nee CHARLES) DELWICHE-1956 graduate of Brussels High School-worked and lived most of his life in the Milwaukee area, retiring from Preston Trucking, Co. in 1998-member of St.John's Ev. Catholic Church in Greenfield-Survivors include his longtime companion, Gloria
RISCHE; his father, Lawrence P. DELWICHE, Forestville; one brother, Allen (Judy) DELWICHE, Sturgeon Bay; two sisters, Donna DELWICHE, Green Bay; and Sandy (Jerry) JADIN, Sobieski, Wis.; also survived by nieces, nephews, and many friends-Mass of Christian Burial Friday, 28 May at HOLY NAME OF MARY CATHOLIC CHURCH, 7491 County H, Maplewood, Wis.-Entombment Nicolet Memorial Gardens in Green Bay-ADVANTAGE FUNERAL HOME 11030 W. Forest Home Ave., Hales Corners 414-425-6060.


DELWICHE, Madeline/b. 2 Oct 1916, Kewaunee Co., WI-d. 16 Dec 2009, Luxemburg, WI-(93)-of Forestville-died peacefully-Oak Creek Assisted Living in Luxemburg-parents: late Telesphore and Leona (LEDOCQ) CHARLES-Married 27 Oct 1937-Lawrence DELWICHE-made their home on a farm near Maplewood until 1991-moved to Forestville-spring of 2009, moved to Oak Creek Assisted Living in Luxemburg-Survivors include husband, Lawrence; two sons and two daughters, Larry (Gloria RISCHE) DELWICHE, Franklin, Allen (Judy) DELWICHE, Sturgeon Bay, Donna DELWICHE, Green Bay, and Sandy (Jerry) JADIN, Sobieski; six grandchildren, Dr. Dean (Karen) DELWICHE, Oshkosh, Denise (Bob) BAUS, Germantown, Debbie (Kevin) LICHTENBURG, Oshkosh, David DELWICHE, Milwaukee, Jenny GRAY, Sobieski, and Ryan JADIN, Whitewater; ten great-grandchildren, Peter, Rachel and Angie DELWICHE; Ben, Zach, Emily and Molly BAUS; Alex and Katie LICHTENBURG; and Lily GRAY-one sister-in-law, Verna DELWICHE as well as nieces and nephews-Preceded in death by parents, sister and brother-in-law, Marcella and Elmer LARDO; brothers and sisters-in-law, Gladys and Carl TEBON, Gordon and Ceil HENDRICKS and Wilmer DELWICHE-Mass of Christian burial-Saturday 19 Dec 2009-Holy Name of Mary Church in Maplewood, Rev. Anthony BIRDSALL and Rev. Robert KONKOL OFM .Entombment-Shrine of the Good Shepherd Mausoleum on Bay Settlement Rd.. FORBES Funeral Home" OBITUARY-Door County Daily Dec 2009.


DESMOND, Cornelius Thomas "Corky"/b. 28 Aug 1927, Dunkirk,, N.Y.-d. Wed. 1 Sep 2010: OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Sat. 4 Sep 2010: "Corky", Cornelius Thomas Desmond, (83), Granger, Ind.-survived by his wife of 57 years, Jeanne; his five children, Michael DESMOND, Naperville, Ill., Thomas (Marcia) DESMOND of Winnetka, Ill., Ann (David) LUSARDI of North Huntingdon, Penn., Mary (Tom) LIDELL of Granger, Ind., and Kathleen (Michael) MIKULA of South Bend, Ind.; and his sister, Sr. Ellen DESMOND, S.C., Convent Station, N.J.-ten grandchildren, Eileen, Clare, Meghan, Katherine, Colleen, Patrick, Caitlin, Bridget, Ruth and Thomas Cornelius-preceded in death by his daughter-in-law, Jean DESMOND and his sister, Mary DESMOND-Son of Thomas C. and Margaret (Curtis) DESMOND-attended parochial schools where he regularly placed in the top of his class and made solid contributions on the basketball court with his legendary jump shot and keen defense-served his country honorably in the Army during World War II-earned a Bachelor of Science degree in chemistry from the University of Notre Dame in 1951-His college years were quite eventful. Not only did Notre Dame win two National Championships for football, but Corky also met the lovely Jeanne JOHNSON at a Tea Dance at Saint Mary's College-married 27 Jun 1953 in Milwaukee-settled in St. Albans, W. Va., where he worked as an analytical chemist-first three children, Michael, Thomas and Ann, are native West Virginians-twin daughters, Mary and Kathleen, were born after his career required a move to Ossining, N.Y.- Before his eldest son graduated from St. Augustine's grade school, Corky decided to move his family closer to a Catholic high school-built his home in Katonah, N.Y.-For most of the next decade, Corky could be found at work, at home or at St. Mary of the Assumption parish in Katonah, where he was a lector at Sunday Mass and called Bingo on Friday nights-fundraiser for John F. Kennedy Catholic High School, Somers, N.Y., and belonged to the Sisqua Council of the Knights of Columbus-sent his two sons to the University of Notre Dame and his three daughters chose to follow in Jeanne's footsteps by becoming alumnae of Saint Mary's College-retired after 35 years working for the Union Carbide Corporation-returned to the place they met and fell in love-For more than twenty years, he lived in Granger, Ind. and was a parishioner at St. Pius X.-joined the St. Joseph Valley Alumni Club of the University of Notre Dame- For many years he organized the club's annual Rockne Breakfast-served as a delegate to the University's Alumni Senate-spent his summers vacationing with Jeanne at their home in Door County-Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10:30 am Wednesday, 8 Sep 2010 at St. Pius X Catholic Church, Granger, Ind.-Entombment will follow in the Our Lady of Sorrows at Cedar Grove Cemetery Mausolea on the campus of the University of Notre Dame-PALMER Funeral Home - Hickey Chapel, 17131 Cleveland Road, South Bend, Ind., www.palmerfuneralhomes .com.


DESTREE, Betty Jane/b. 11 Aug 1925, Jacksonport, Door Co., WI-d. 23 Apr 2009, Cardinal Ridge, Door Co., WI; *Source: OBITUARY-FORBES Funeral Home: Betty Jane DESTREE, (83), a life long resident of Door County, passed away from the effects of Progressive Supra Nuclear Palsy-parents: Frank and Neva (DEJARDIN) BRAUER-married on 8 Apr 1942 to Vernon DESTREE -he preceded her in death 4 Oct 2005-an avid woodcarver having won many awards for her carvings-also painted in oils, watercolors, pen and ink and whatever art medium she could explore-her pickled products garnered many awards at the Door County Fair-belonged to the Christian Mothers and the National Wood Carvers Museum- donated carvings to Ducks Unlimited for fourteen years-worked at Milwaukee Shoe Factory for eight years-baked bread at Southern Door Schools for 8 years and worked at the Door County Court House with her husband as night custodian for 13 years until her retirement- passed on her creativity to her four daughters, Lee Ann (Roger) LEROY, Green Bay; Sandra (James) DUBOIS, Sturgeon Bay; Cheryl (Sydney) LAVIOLETTE, Porterfield; Gayla (Allan) MOTQUIN, Sturgeon Bay; 21 grandchildren , 29 great grandchildren and four great great grandchildren; two sisters, June (Harold) PLAGENS, Florida; Joyce WECKLER, Sturgeon Bay; a sister in law, Gladys JENQUIN, Green Bay; brother in law, Stanley (Delores) LAVIOLETTE, Sturgeon Bay-was preceded in death by a grandson, Joseph DUBOIS; one sister, Jean LAVIOLETTE; sisters in law, Vivian DEJARDIN, Mary, Myrtle and Lucy DESTREE; seven brothers in law, Merton, Gordon and Alvin DESTREE, Norman JENQUIN, George DEJARDIN, Hilton DAUOST and John WECKLER-Funeral Services Monday, 27 Apr 2009 at Forbes Funeral Home in Sturgeon Bay and 11:00 a.m. at St. Francis and St. Mary Church in Brussels with Rev. Pius COTTER officiating-Entombment in the Shrine of Good Shepherd Mausoleum, Green Bay-Forbes Funeral Home


DEWANE, Timothy John "Tim"/b. 15 Jun 1949, Green Bay, Brown Co., WI-d. Mon. 27 Dec 2010, at home, Fairfield, Calif.; *Source: OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate, Wed. 5 Jan 2011; Timothy John DEWANE, (61)-parents: Dorothy and Sheridan DEWANE-grew up in Cooperstown-graduated from Denmark High School in 1967-attended the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point-moved to California in 1972, where he worked as a marine carpenter-married Kay WILSON on 31 Mar 1979-In late 1982, he suffered paralyzing injuries due to an accident on the job while working as a foreman-completed his degree at California State University, Dominguez Hills-Survivors include his wife, Kay DEWANE; daughter, Kelly DEWANE; stepdaughter, Casey WILSON; grandchildren, Cody, Alexandria, Nicholas and Sheridan; brothers and sisters, Terrence (Joanne) DEWANE, Mary (Bob) ROSEK, Gerard (Judy) DEWANE, Kathleen (Pat) MASSE, Ruthann (Don) DUNPHY; his godmother, Rita WELLENS; nieces and nephews, Debbie TAYLOR, William TAYLOR, Trina RABIDA, TJ (Lisa) DEWANE, Carrie MASSE, Maggie ROSEK, Ellen DUNPHY, Mike ROSEK, Ruthann MASSE, Jack DUNPHY, Dylan MASSE, Bridget DUNPHY; and numerous cousins-preceded in death by his parents; sister, Anne Marie; and niece, Erin ROSEK-A memorial service will be held at Maribel Community Center on Saturday, 8 Jan 2011-Cotter Funeral Home, Denmark,


DYER, John Donald/b. 4 Sep 1923, Toronto, Canada-d. Thurs. 25 Nov 2010, Brewster Village; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate Sat. 27 Nov 2010: John Donald DYER, (87), Appleton, -parents: the late George and Pauline (TRIPPLEHORN) DYER-married Jewel VERHULST on 3 May 1947-was general manager of the Oshkosh Container Division Plant of Georgia-Pacific Corporation in Oshkosh-graduate of Lawrence College (Lawrence University)-earned his M.B.A. from the University of Chicago-served with the army in Europe during World War II and was a member of the Veterans of the Battle of the Bulge-was awarded both the Bronze Star Medal and the Purple Heart-in Oshkosh he was president of Associated Industries prior to its merger with the Oshkosh Area Association of Manufacturers and Commerce-was-president of Chamco, Inc., Hooper Building, and a founding director of the Oshkosh Area United Way-was a director and vice-chairman of the Oshkosh National Bank (Bank One).-general chairman of the Citizen's Committee for funding the Congressman William A. Steiger Memorial Wing of the Oshkosh Public Museum-was special gifts chairman during the rebuilding of the Salvation Army in Oshkosh-- was a trustee and chairman of the board of Wayland Academy, Beaver Dam, Wisconsin, as well as trustee of Carroll College (Carroll University), in Waukesha, Wisconsin-enjoyed winters in Vero Beach, Florida, for twenty-five years-member of Westminster Presbyterian Church-member of the General Society of Mayflower Descendants, Stephen Hopkins Chapter-served the chapter as captain-also a member of the John Howland Society-survived by his wife: Jewel DYER; and their daughters: Denise (Dick) HAIGHT, Daryl (Donnie) SLYE, and Debby DYER; four grandchildren: Mike (Cory) HAIGHT, Erin (Josh) CHUDACOFF, Rebecca SLYE, and Jimmy (Erica) SLYE; four great-grandchildren: Lillie and Cameron CHUDACOFF, and Emily and Allison HAIGHT-preceded in death by his son, Jack Dyer-memorial service held Wed. 1 Dec 2010 at WICHMANN FUNERAL HOME with Pastor David ROSENE officiating-Inurnment will take place at Riverside Cemetery, Appleton, WICHMANN Funeral Home, 537 N. Superior Street, Appleton 920-739-1231,


DIETER, Paul J./b. 4 Apr 1922, Wheaton, IL-d. Thurs. 13 Aug 2009, at home, Aurora IL: OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Sat. 15 Aug 2009: Paul J. DIETER, (87), a resident of Aurora IL, formerly of Naperville IL and Baileys Harbor, WI-Survived by three children: Linda (Gerald) STARK, Shabbona, IL; Randy (Sue) DIETER, Woodridge IL; and Timothy (Ann) DIETER; Aurora; five grandchildren: Gerald Jr. (Lisa) STARK, Erin (Paul) NOLAN, Alfred (Elinor) STARK, Paul STARK and Sarah (Steve) STECIAK; six great-grandchildren: Jacob, Adam, Joshua, Sophie, Samantha and Shawn; three brothers, James (Lois) DIETER, Aurora; Ralph (Dee) DIETER, Naperville; and Len (Elaine DIETER, Minnesota; two sisters, Kathleen (the late Charles) MATTINGLY, Winfield, IL; and Gloria (Bob) BRUMMEL, Sheridan, IL; many nieces and nephews-preceded in death by wife, Rosemary (BRUMMEL) DIETER (married 25 May 1946), parents Joseph and Loretta DIETER; and a sister Virginia Rose-grew up in Wheaton IL on family farm-served in US Army in South Pacific during World War II-worked in family business: Dieter Trucking for many years-retired from IDOT-retired to Door County WI for next 20 years-returned to Aurora in 2004-member of Our Lady of Mercy Church, Aurora and St. Mary of the Lake, Baileys Harbor, WI-Post Commander of VFW George F. LORITZ Cherryland Post #9290, Fish Creek, WI-Mass of Christian Burial at Our Lady of Mercy Church, 801 S. Eola Rd., Aurora, Tues. 18 Aug 2009-Future Inurnment: Assumption Cemetery, Wheaton IL-Friedrich-Jones Funeral Home, Naperville, IL.


DOELL, Glen A./b. 27 Nov 1934, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI-d. Sun. 12 Sep 2010; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate 15 Sep 2010: Glen A. DOELL, (75), Ashwaubenon-parents: the late Adolph and Mabel (HANNEMAN) DOELL in Sturgeon Bay-married 2 Oct 1954 to Roseann SAWYER-worked for the Door County Co-op and was a volunteer for the Sturgeon Bay Fire Department-In 1965 moved to Green Bay where he worked at Montgomery Ward as a service technician for ten years-later owned and operated ABC Refrigeration, Plumbing & Heating for nearly 20 years-traveled most of the United States and especially enjoyed their trip to Alaska with their 5th wheel trailer-member of Christ the King Lutheran Church and was an elder in the church-volunteer for the American Red Cross, for his church and was a member of the Door County Historical Society-Survivors include his wife of almost 56 years, Roseann; two daughters, Connie (David) FISH and their children, Jim (Connie) FISH, Glen (Laura) FISH, Daniel FISH and Sara FISH, three step-greatgrandchildren, Cassie, Matthew and Jonathan; Terri (Peter) TILKENS and their children, Hunter and Jordan; two brothers, Orville (Virgil) Doell and Myron (Germaine) DOELL: nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends-Memorial Service on Thursday, Sept.16, at Christ the King Lutheran Church, 1700 Cardinal Lane, Village of Howard, Rev. Leonard P. BUELOW officiating-LYNDAHL Funeral Home, 1350 Lombardi Ave., Green Bay, WI- www.lyndahl .com (920) 499-1223


DOLE, Robert A./b. Green Bay, Brown Co., WI-d. Thurs. 9 Dec 2010, Eau Claire, WI; *Source: Door Co. Advocate-Wed. 29 Dec 2010: Robert A. DOLE, Eau Claire, Wis.-Funeral services were held in Eau Claire-"Bob"-parents: the late Harold and Grace (BROWN) DOLE-lived in Sturgeon Bay, Wis., through his junior year in high school before moving to Eau Claire with his family-graduated from Memorial H.S-worked as a paperboy for the Door County Advocate and was lifelong friends with the owners/publishers-thoroughly enjoyed working at Fishers' I.G.A. in Sturgeon Bay-delivered groceries for the likes of Hollywood personalities such as Basil RATHBONE, as well as the Henry FORD family-attended UW-Eau Claire-first taught at Cudahy H.S. and then moved to Green Bay and taught history, economics, political science, and geography at Denmark H.S.-began his sales career in Madison, Wis.-returned to Eau Claire where he pursued a career in real estate sales-taught marketing at CVTC-Prior to retirement, Bob became part owner of the Scrub Hub and the Little Super Store on Golf Road in Eau Claire-since age 13 he never missed an opening day of deer hunting-Traveling was a passion throughout his life. He and Sonjia enjoyed frequent trips throughout the United States and Mexico as well as retirement wintering in the South and in the Southwest-survived by his wife of 34 years, Sonjia (EDISON) DOLE; sisters, Wendy (John) BAKER, Eleva, Wis.; and Kathy (Tom) ANDERSON, Green Bay; sisters-in-law, Eunice HAWKENSON, Yvonne (Duane) BORGWARDT and Judy (Lee) LOOMIS; many nieces, nephews and friends. He was preceded in death by his younger brother, Jim


DORCHESTER, Daniel Egeland/b. 30 Apr 1933, Sturgeon Bay, Door, WI-d. Mar 2010: OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Wed. 24 Mar 2010: Daniel Egeland DORCHESTER-parents: Daniel Egeland DORCHESTER, MD and Marie Rose SCHMIDT-graduated from Sturgeon Bay High School and Lawrence University degree in biology-member of Beta Theta Pi fraternity-served in US Navy-Married Justine Sue JOHNSON 1955-resided in Appleton-three children: son, Daniel Jay DORCHESTER, and two daughters: Martha Lynn DORCHESTER and Melissa Sue DORCHESTER-Justine died in 1990-Survived by 2nd wife Judith CHOPIN, former resident of Appleton, WI; his stepdaughter: Sally (John) VACI, stepson: David (Katie) PATTERSON; brother Philip (Mary) DORCHESTER, Green Bay, WI, their sons Steve, Joel and wife Amy and their sons Sam and James; the daughters of his sister, Janet NICHOLSON (deceased); Briget, Gretchen, and Heather; his son Daniel JAY and wife Kathy, Appleton, WI and their daughters, Lauren, Lindsey and Morgan; his daughter Martha Lynn DISTEL and husband Mike, Canton, MI and daughter; Emma and son Jack, Melissa Sue GEISSBUHLER and husband Russ, Eatonville, Wash. and their daughter; Amy-Private memorial service at Lutheran Church of Vestavia Hills 25 Mar 2010 in Birmingham, Ala.-Burial in Appleton, WI at Riverside Cemetery on Sat. 27 Mar 2010.


DOWNEY, Anne REYNOLDS/ b. Sturgeon Bay-d. 15 Oct 2010, Skokie, Ill.; *Source: Door Co. Advocate-Wed. 20 Oct 2010-Anne REYNOLDS DOWNEY, (78), died after a long illness-parents: the late Donald and Esther REYNOLDS of Sturgeon Bay-graduated from Sturgeon Bay High School in 1949 and from Lawrence University in 1953-met Douglas, her future husband, on a blind date when she was a graduate student at Northwestern University in 1955-taught for many years in elementary schools in Northbrook, Ill.-survived by her husband of 54 years, sons, Storrs and Donald (Lori); her grandchildren, Gabriel and Juliana; her twin sister, Jean (Larry) POOLER; her sister, Virginia (Jack) SEVERSON; and numerous cousins, including Patricia SLAVIK, Mary AIKEN and Thomas REYNOLDS of Sturgeon Bay.-Arrangements by Cremation Society of Illinois. 847-577-6505


DREUTZER, Blaine "Boon"/b. 11 Jun 1937, Waukegan, IL-d. 18 Oct 2009, at home, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI; *Source: OBITUARY-FORBES Funeral Home: Blaine "Boon" DREUTZER, (72), of Sturgeon Bay-parents: Cedric and Hazel (JOHNSTON) DREUTZER-attended UW Oshkosh and graduated from the University of Green Bay with a BA in Business Communications-married Margaret "Peggy" DONAHUE on 28 Dec 1976 in Green Bay, Brown Co., WI-served his country in the U. S. Army for a number of years-an entrepreneur and involved in a variety of business ventures throughout his life-owned an appliance store, was a salesman for AAA Auto Insurance, and operated cherry and apple orchards in Sturgeon Bay-worked for Massey Ferguson in Kewaunee and was the general manager for the Northern Glove and Mitten Company in Green Bay-In 1975, Boon and Peggy started a real estate company in Sturgeon Bay, Shore side Realty, which became ERA Realty in 1980-They owned and operated the business until they turned it over to their son in 1994-was very active in the community and belonged to a number of organizations, including the Door County Sail and Power Squadron, Door County Master Gardeners Association, Sturgeon Bay Optimists, Door County Maritime Museum, Republican Party of Door County, and the Door County Realtor’s Association-was a past member of the Sturgeon Bay Yacht Club, and the Sturgeon Bay Jaycees-Survivors include his wife; three sons, Randy (Mary) DREUTZER, Paul (Mary Ellen) DREUTZER, and Allen DREUTZER; three granddaughters, Amy (Blake), Ashley and Nicole; brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law; and many friends-preceded in death by his parents, and his first wife Joan-memorial service held Thursday 22 Oct 2009 at the Forbes Funeral Home in Sturgeon Bay.


DUNCAN, Lorraine H./b. 15 Oct 1933, Ishpeming, MI-d. 26 Oct 2009, Bellin Hospital, Green Bay, Brown Co., WI; *Source: OBITUARY-FORBES Funeral Home: Lorraine H. DUNCAN, (76), of Sturgeon Bay-parents: Toivo and Viola (LAKANEN) MAKI-worked for the Navy Office in Sturgeon Bay for a number of years-married on 20 Jun 1964 to Robert M. DUNCAN-He preceded her in death on 9 Dec 1983-Survivors include 3 children: Kim (Curtis) TRACY, Forestville, David DUNCAN, DePere and Roberta DUNCAN, DePere; 3 grandchildren, Eric, Amanda, and Collin; and one great-grandson, Hayden; 3 brothers, Raymond MAKI, Leroy (Fay) MAKI, and Michael MAKI, all of MI-preceded in death by one brother, Robert , and a sister, Margaret-memorial service Friday, 30 Oct 2009 at Bay View Lutheran Church in Sturgeon Bay with the Rev. Jerry GROTH officiating-Memorials may be directed to the National Association of Retired Federal Employees or Neighbor to Neighbor of Door County-FORBES Funeral Home.


EGAN, Eugenia Octavia "Jean" (nee POTIER)/b. 18 Apr 1915, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI-d. 6 Nov 2010, Mount carmel Nursing Home, Milwaukee, WI; *Source: OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Wed. 10 Nov 2010: Eugenia Octavia "Jean" EGAN (nee POTIER), (95), died peacefully-grew up in Sturgeon Bay and married Virgil ALBERT in 1938-moved to Waukesha County in 1948 where they raised five children-Virgil passed away in 1971-Jean retired from Waukesha Rubber Company and married Raymond EGAN in 1979-summers in Virginia, MN and winters in McAllen, TX-Ray passed away in 1992-moved to her new home in Spooner, WI, in 1997 and lived there until 2002 when she took residence at Mt. Carmel Nursing Home in Milwaukee following a stroke-survived by her children Bruce (Sue DORFLER) ALBERT, Milwaukee, WI; Francine (Richard) MEYER, Tomah, WI; Robert ALBERT, Waukesha, WI; Suzanne (REINICKE) BABCOCK, Alabama; and daughter-in -law Wasana ALBERT, Florida- further survived by 13 grandchildren Charles ALBERT; Leslie (MEYER) UTECH; Bobby ALBERT, Holly (REINICKE) ESTRADA; Jody ALBERT; Jeanie (Albert) PINSONEAULT; Jill (REINICKE) WARYE; Jason ALBERT; Tim MEYER; Beth (REINICKE) ZABALKA; Cassy (Albert) ISCHE; Jeffrey ALBERT, and Jon REINICKE as well as 20 great-grandchildren, her sister Beatrice LARSEN, Florida, sister-in-law, Ruth POTIER, Sturgeon Bay, WI and many nieces and nephews-also survived by her extended family, Ray EGAN's children, Tom (Ruth) EGAN, Doug (Patricia) EGAN and Kit EGAN all of Minnesota and Dr. Mary (Jim) LOVE, of Colorado and their families-preceded in death by her parents, Leo & Adele (NELLIS) POTIER, husbands, Virgil ALBERT and Raymond EGAN, sons, infant Evan Franklin ALBERT and Channing Charles ALBERT, sisters, Bernadine POTIER, Vergil BOSMAN; Muriel ABRAHAMSON; Myrtle ALBERT; Lillian SCHMELZER, and brother Leonard POTIER all of Sturgeon Bay-memorial service Friday, 12 Nov 2010 at Corpus Christi Catholic Church, 25 Elgin Street, Sturgeon Bay, Wl (920) 743-4716.


EICH, Ruth/b. 25 Dec 1915, Wayne Co., IL-d. 1 Mar 2010, Sturgeon Bay, Door, WI: OBITUARY-FORBES Funeral Home: (94), of Sturgeon Bay, WI formerly of Rochelle, IL-parents: John and Nova JENKINS-married Willis C. EICH 29 Dec 1934 in Woodstock, IL-moved many times during their married life of 62 years-Starting in Rochelle, IL and when Bill retired returning to Rochelle in 1971-Survivors include two daughters, Judith Kay (Ralph) HERLACHE, Sturgeon Bay, WI and Janette Lee CARROLL, West Des Moines, IA; seven grandchildren, Carl, Craig, and Curt JOHNSON, Julie (Paul) HALGREN, Garren (Holly) CARROLL, Ryan (Susan) CARROLL, and Jennifer HULBERT; step-granddaughters, Sarah (Mike) HERLACHE and Peggy (Eric) HERLACHE; nine great-grandchildren, Carl (Jeep) ALEX, Kristen, Emily, Grant, Andrew, Hannah, Kaitlyn, Jack, and Nyah; one step-great-grandchild, Katie; two sisters, Frieda (Doran) GRENNAN, Oregon, IL and Bette (Vernon) HENRY, Lindhurst, IL; plus many nieces and nephews-preceded in death by her husband, Willis EICH Sept. 1977, a brother, Everette JENKINS, a sister, Helen JENKINS, and great-grandchild, Cody Robert JOHNSON-Funeral services Monday 8 Mar 2010 at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Rochelle, IL, Rev. Greg HOFFMAN-Burial in Trinity Memory Gardens in Rochelle-FORBES Funeral Home.


EKHOLM, Robert George/d. 23 Feb 2010, Hearthside Care Facility, Sister Bay, Door, WI-OBITUARY: Door Co. Advocate: Sat. 27 Feb 2010: (84), Fish Creek, Wis.parents: Arid and Hulga EKHOLM-Survived by his wife of 33 years, Judi; and his children, Carol JESKE, Richard EKHOLM, Appleton Wis.; and Master Sergeant, Kristian EKHOLM, Burke, Va.; and his stepchildren, Jenny SPRINGER, Ft Meyers, Fla.; Nathan SPRINGER, Prior Lake, Minn.; and Charles SPRINGER, Appleton, Wis.; and many grandchildren and great-grandchildren; also his sister, Carrie Lee KOURI, Oklahoma City, Okla.-attended New Trier High School in Evanston, Ill.-University of Wisconsin, Madison-received a John Hay Fellowship at Yale University-known nationally for his beautiful landscape oil paintings-exhibited regularly at Edgewood Orchard Gallery in Fish Creek-taught at Neenah High School for 25 years-known in Door County as Bentley Bob because of the 1954 Bentley he drove on sunny days-Memorial Service held at Shepherd of the Bay Lutheran Church in Ellison Bay, Wis., on Sat. 6 Mar 2010-CASPERSON Funeral Home.


ELTGROTH, Mabel (ROSENBERG)/b. Welcome, Minn.-d. 18 Aug 2010; OBITUARY-CASPERSON Funeral Home: Mabel ELTGROTH (nee ROSENBERG), age (97), peacefully passed from this world on 18 Sep 2010 on her own terms after a brief -Born and raised near Welcome, MN, the second youngest of 9 children of the late William and Emma (PLATH) ROSENBERG-lived most of her adult life in Fairmont, Minnesota- Later in life as an RV-ing snowbird she wintered in Zapata, TX, and returned to Minnesota and Wisconsin for the summer to visit her children and their families- Her community of friends in Zapata centered on the Abiding Savior Lutheran Church where she was an active member, spearheading group projects that made quilts and blankets for the elderly, for at-risk infants, and for the disadvantaged in developing countries-spent the last years and days of her life at the home of her daughter Karon and son-in-law Jerry WINZENZ in Door County, WI-was preceded in death by her husband Glen ELTGROTH and daughter Colleen STEFANSKE-survived by her daughter Karon (Jerold) WINZENZ (Sturgeon Bay, WI), son Jerome (Mary) ELTGROTH (Savage, MN), son-in-law Richard STEFANSKE (Fairmont, MN), nine grandchildren and step-grandchildren including Anna and Kristina HAGEMEISTER and their spouses Hugh and Tony, Keri ELTGROTH, Mike ELTGROTH and wife Judi, Stephanie and Summer STEFANSKE, Lisa QUADE and husband Neil, Jan NOFFKE and spouse Chip, and Jay WINZENZ and wife Lisa. Her sixteen great-grand children include Marin, Nathan Henry, Elliott, Garrick, Nathan Oliver, Alex, Max, Hayes, Izabelle Anna, Shanna, Kate, Ben, Isabelle Jane, Elizabeth, Emily and Olivia-will be remembered as an extraordinary woman who lived life with integrity, courage, a sense of humor, and a generous -A memorial celebration and interment will be held at a later date in Fairmont-CASPERSON Funeral Home


ENGELHARDT, Robert Clayton/b. 4 Jun 1928, Huron, South Dakota-d. 10 Jun 2010, at home, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI; OBITUARY-HUEHNS Funeral Home: Robert Clayton Engelhardt, 82, of Sturgeon Bay, formerly of Northlake, IL passed away in Sturgeon Bay at his home June 10, 2010-parents: Benjamin and Stella ENGELHARDT-After graduating from high school in Humboldt, South Dakota in 1946, served his country in the United States Marines-stationed in Turkey during the Korean War-married Lillian LAEZZA in Chicago, Illinois-resided in Northlake-employed with GTE (General Telephone and Electric), for more than 35 years, retiring in 1990 as supervisor-involved with GTE and the development of the first phones installed on commercial airplanes-On 1 Apr 2000, Lillian preceded him in death-relocated to Sheboygan-2001 he moved to Sturgeon Bay to live near his daughter, Katie and her family-attended Prince of Peace Lutheran Church-Survivors include his daughter, Katie (Mike) FREEMAN of Sturgeon Bay; son, Ben (Mary) ENGELHARDT of Chicago, Illinois; and five grandchildren, Alyse FREEMAN, Robert ENGELHARDT, Clifton FREEMAN, Sean FREEMAN, and Patrick ENGELHARDT-preceded in death by his parents, wife, an infant son, one sister, Mildred JACOBS and six brothers, Raymond, Roger, Donald, Melvin, Howard and William-Funeral services held at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church on Monday, 14 Jun 2010, Rev. Nathan LEWIS officiating-Military honors will follow services at the church-For Illinois family and friends, they may call at Northlake Funeral Home on Wednesday (16 Jun 2010) from 4:00 to 9:00 p.m. and on Thursday from 10:00 a.m. until the time of procession to Mt. Carmel Cemetery in Hillside at 11:00 a.m.-HUEHNS Funeral Home:


EVANS, Evelyn CIZEK/b.(?) in Wisconsin-d. (Aug 2010)-OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Sat. 7 Aug 2010: Evelyn CIZEK EVANS, 81, died peacefully at home surrounded by the love and care of her family-born in Wisconsin-parents: Emil and Mary PICHETTE-had five siblings, Aggie, Rita, Joey, Charlie and Jackie, the latter two who survive her-in her early years was a flight attendant for Delta Airlines, back when flying was a first class experience-caught the eye of Les CIZEK and they married in 1956-Children quickly followed, five in six years, Ann Starr, Suzanne, Erika, Jennifer and Robert-Evelyn and Les remained married for 17 years, raising this bunch in Miami-marriage ended and Evelyn met and married Charles EVANS of Greenville, S.C., a retired airline pilot, in 1990-worked in retail and then volunteered at the hospital-four grandchildren-Ev lost many who were dear to her; daughters, Erika and Suzanne, as well as her husband, Charles and her siblings-Funeral liturgy celebrated at St. Mary's Church in Greenville on 13 Aug 2010-In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Lutheran Hospice, 218 Trade StreetGreer, SC 29651-3446.


EVANS, Howell GG./b. Shanghai, China (father Presbyterian missionary)-d. Tues. 15 Oct 1963, Houston, TX-(64)-of Two Rivers and Ephraim-Services: Saturday at the First Presbyterian church, Manitowoc.  Burial will be in Two Rivers-came to Two Rivers in 1923-Survivors include his widow, Dorothy, and two children, Mrs. Robert OPPENHEIM of Milwaukee and Howell EVANS, Jr., of Houston. OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate: Thurs. 17 Oct 1963:


EYTCHESON, Rebecca/b. 27 Sep 1958, Door Co., WI-d. Tues. 28 Sep 2010; Source: OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Sat. 2 Oct 2010: Rebecca EYTCHESON, (52), Sturgeon Bay, died Tuesday, Sept. 28, 2010, after being diagnosed with lung cancer just two weeks ago-parents: the late Fred and Lois (SCHULTZ) EYTCHESON-survived by two daughters, Stephanie (Shawn) GAU, Algoma; and Lyndzi EYTCHESON, Sturgeon Bay; two grandchildren, Alex and Kyle GAU; two brothers and two sisters; and her two cats, Mr. Handsome and Shnukkie-preceded in death by her parents, Fred and Lois; two brothers and one sister-Wiesner-Massart Funeral Home, 1617 Flora Ave., Algoma on Saturday, Oct. 2, from 9 to 11 a.m. Memorial Service 11a.m. at the funeral home with Pastor Tim MALEK officiating.


FAIRCHILD, Gordon E./b. 26 Sep 1931-d. 21 Jul 2010; OBITUARY-CASPERSON Funeral Home: Gordon E. FAIRCHILD, 78 Fish Creek-parents: Henry and Gertrude FAIRCHILD-married to Viola (COPISKEY), 13 Mar 1954-long time employee of the Town of Gibraltar-local caretaker-member of the Gibraltar fire department for over 40 years-preceded in death by his daughter Donna, parents Henry and Gertrude FAIRCHILD-survived by his loving wife, Viola, sons Earl (Debbie PETERSON), and John (Becki HERTWIG), sister Gladys (Floyd) ANDERSON, grandsons Ryan (Amber) BURRESS, Jared (Heidi) BURRESS and their children Logan, Gavin and Addison and nieces and nephews-Memorial Service held at St Paul's Lutheran Church in Juddville, Wi on Thursday 29 Jul 2010-CASPERSON Funeral Home:


FALK, Kiyoko U./b. 22 Mar 1920, Taipei, Formosa-d. 13 May 2010, Door County Memorial Hospital, Sturgeon Bay, Door, WI; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Sat. 15 May 2010: Kiyoko U. Falk, 90, Sturgeon Bay-parents: Dr. Ryutaro and Tamano (IKEDA) UEDAN-married 22 Dec 1963 to Rev. Roger FALK in Japan-Kiyoko and her husband served as WELS missionaries in Japan from 1974 to 2000-retired to Sturgeon Bay in 2000-survived by her husband and one brother, Sabura UEDAN, Japan; and several nieces and nephews-preceded in death by her parents-Memorial services conducted Saturday, 22 May 2010, at St. Peters Lutheran Church, Rev. Darrick KOLTERJAHN-Inurnment will be in Japan-FORBES Funeral Home


FERRON, AGNES (STACHE) MASSART/b. 27 Dec 1915 in Green Bay, Brown Co., WI-d. Wed. 9 Jun 2010; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Sat. 12 Jun 2010: Agnes MASSART FERRON, 94, formerly of Rosiere-parents: late Jerome and Olive (BODART) STACHE-married Louie MASSART-After his death, she married Jule FERRON-he also preceded her in death-survived by a daughter, Evelyn (Jerome) HAVEL; a daughter-in-law, Peggy (Nick) WASILKOFF; grandchildren, Julie (Joe) TRINKNER, Terry (Vicki) HAVEL, Suzie (Ed) MENCHESKI, Sandee (Ronney) DHUEY, Shelli (Chris) WORACHEK, Mike WASILKOFF; great-grandchildren, Joshua and Matthew BORDEAU, Nicholas and Nathan HAVEL, Kasey (Dykes) GEORGEL, Korie and Joey MENCHESKI, Heather MASSART (fiance, Jerry STRNAD), Karli, Austin and Colton WORACHEK, Alex, Kian, Cade, Adin and Ryah WASILKOFF; a great-great-granddaughter, Kiley GEORGEL; stepchildren, Mr. and Mrs. Roger FERRON, Mr. and Mrs. Darrel FERRON, Mr. and Mrs. Kelton FERRON, Mr. and Mrs. Mose MOREAU, Mrs. Laverne HAEGLE and their families; a sister, Mrs. Audrey DELLIS; two sisters-in-law, Gloria STACHE and Pat STACHE-preceded in death by her husbands; her children, Harvey MASSART and Mary MASSART; two brothers and three sisters-Funeral services: Visitation: Wiesner-Massart, Casco, on Friday and Saturday morning aty at St. Hubert Catholic Church, Rosiere with Fr. Bob KONKOL, OFM officiating-Burial in the parish cemetery-Thanks to Algoma Long Term Care Unit for their care and comfort-WIESNER-MASSART Funeral Home.


FEUERSTEIN, Richard "Dick" David/b. 2 Feb 1940, Sturgeon Bay, Door, WI-d. Tues., 11 May 2010, Ft. Walton Beach Medical Center, Fort Walton Beach, Okaloosa Co., FL; OBITUARY-FORBES Funeral Home:th grade Social Studies teacher at the Edison Junior High-head football coach at Edison for many years-member of the Corpus Christi Catholic Church-survived by his wife of 49 years, Kathy, 3 sons, Jeff (Donna), Neenah; Mark (Teri), Sturgeon Bay; and Jay (Lori), Sussex; and six grandsons, Jake, Nic, Joe, Ryan, Grant, and Burke; in-laws, Judy BAUDHUIN, Frank BUTH, Lynn GILSON, John and Barb MAY-preceded in death by his parents; brothers, Ron and Bob; brothers-in-law, Don BAUDHUIN and Jim GILSON; sisters-in-law, Mary FEUERSTEIN and Mary BUTH-Mass of Christian Burial Thursday, 20 May 2010 at the Corpus Christi Catholic Church, Sturgeon Bay, Rev. Carl SCHMITT and Rev. Doug LEONHARDT-Forbes Funeral Home in Sturgeon Bay.


FIECK, Gary Lee*/d. Sat. 21 Feb 2009, *Source-OBITUARY-FORBES Funeral Home: Gary Lee FIECK, (60)-Survivors are his wife Vicki and her family; brothers and sisters in laws, Wilbur and Marge; Paul and Teresa; sister and brother in law, Beverly and John TILLY, also a sister in law, Virginia FIECK; plus nieces and nephews-Deceased brothers and one sister, Richard (Dick), Charles (Charley) and Doris; also his mom and dad-At Garys request there will be no service-died of liver cancer and his ashes will be buried in Lakewood Cemetery-FORBES Funeral Home.


FITCHETT, Thomas Howard, II/b. 8 Sep 1926, Baltimore, MD-d. Sat. 5 Dec 2009, Golden Living Center-Dorcester, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI-(83)-parents: Thomas HOWARD Sr. and Anne Kathleen (WELLS) FITCHETT-United States Army during World War II-member of the VFW while living in Florida. Survived by son, John (Kris KONRAD) FITCHETT of Sturgeon Bay; one sister, Kathleen DINNING of Maryland; and one brother William FITCHETT of Maryland-Preceded in death by his parents and son, Tom.  Private family services will be held.  HUEHNS Funeral Home." OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate: Sat. 12 Dec 2009:


FITTSHUR, Gene LeRoy/b. 29 Sep 1936, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI-d. 10 Oct 2009, at home, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI; *Source: OBITUARY-FORBES Funeral Home: Gene LeRoy FITTSHUR, (73), of Sturgeon Bay-parents: LeRoy and Fern (WEBORG) FITTSHUR- graduated from Sturgeon Bay High School in 1955-served his country in the United States Army, two years in the reserve and two years active duty (1953-1957)-married on 11 Feb 1961 to Marlene CORBISIER-joined the Army Reserve when he was a junior in high school and upon graduation in 1955, he served in New York as a skipper on an army VIP boat-After being discharged, he worked as a boilermaker, a Wisconsin-Michigan bus driver, a shipfitter at Christy’s Shipyard and later as an assistant superintendent-worked at Sears as an appliance repairman and at Gambles and in 1969 became a part-time firefighter-In 1970, he opened his own business in appliance repair-In 1973, he joined the Sturgeon Bay Fire Dept. full-time and served for 27 years, retiring as a Lieutenant-After retiring, Gene spent many hours in his shop turning out beautiful wooden projects which he enjoyed giving away-survivors include his wife, Marlene; two sons, Steven (Paulette GUENETTE) FITTSHUR, LasVegas, NV, Joseph FITTSHUR; DePere; one daughter, Gina (Dmitry) EPSHTEYN, Milwaukee; one brother, Robert (Pat ROTHSCHILD) FITTSHUR; two grandchildren, Josh and Marissa (Christopher SCHWARTZ); one great-grandson, Ethan; close friend of the family, Jordan CROWE; sisters-in-law, Jennifer and Dorothy CORBISIER; one niece; three nephews, two great-nephews, and three great-nieces-preceded in death by his parents, his wife’s parents, aunts, uncles, and daughter-in-law, Rita CROWE-FITTSHUR-Funeral and veteran services Wednesday, 14 Oct 2009 at the Forbes Funeral Home in Sturgeon Bay.


FOOTE, William//b. 23 Jan 1900, Cambridge, MA-d. 10 Dec 1960, V.A. Hospital, Wood, WI-(60)-parents: William H. FOOTE and Hattie SOULE-enlisted in cavalry in 1917 at Worcester, MA and served until five years later-member of the Black Horse Troop, stunt and drill team of post World War I fame-graduated from Wentworth Institute, Boston, Mass after completing high school-Married: 25 Mar 1925, Ella Louise ANDERSON of Ephraim, Door Co. WI, in Chicago, where he lived 22 years before moving to Ephraim with his family in 1943-then moved to Baileys Harbor, and spent the past 10 years in Sister Bay-farmed-worked in shipyards-was foreman of Gibraltar Materials, Fish Creek before he took sick-was in V.A. Hospital for 5 1/2 years-Survived by wife: Ella, of Sturgeon Bay-Three sons: William Jr., minister of Limestone church of the Nazarene, Kankakee, IL; Roderick A. of Shawano, and James A., Sister Bay; his daughter Mrs. Frank (Dorothy) CLARK, of R. 2, Sturgeon Bay; a brother John, Augusta, ME; a sister, Gladys RUSSELL, of Costa Mesa, Calif and seven grandchildren.  His wife now resides at her daughter's on R. 2 Sturgeon Bay-Funeral Service: 13 Dec 1960, full military funeral, in chapel of the Veteran's Administration Center, Wood, Wis.-Burial: V. A. Center's cemetery, Rev. Mr. Johnson Protestant chaplain-OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-20 Dec 1960, Sec. 1 p. 4.


FOSTER, Margaret V. (Peg)/b. 20 Jan 1932, Chicago, Cook Co., IL-d. 28 Sep 2010, Good Samaritan Scandia Village, Sister Bay, Door Co., WI; Source: OBITUARY-CASPERSON Funeral Home: Margaret V. FOSTER (Peg), (78)-parents: Harold and Betty (ANDREWS) FOSTER-at age 9 her family moved to a farm in Rockton, IL-rode horseback to a one-room country school in Rockton before graduating from Hononegah High School, Rockton, IL.-In 1953 Peg graduated from Beloit College (Biology), Beloit, WI during which time she was active in many student organizations, particularly the Delta Gamma sorority-was a student in France under the auspices of the Experiment in International Living-did graduate work at Northwestern University before completing her MS degree at the University of Wisconsin-Madison-taught at Rockford College for two years before returning to teach at Beloit College in the Health & Physical Education department-In 1977 Peg retired to Door County and established the Farmer’s Daughters’ Summer Kitchen restaurant with her co-owners, Kay YOCUM and Shirl AHRENS-also owned and operated the Granary Antiques for many years and as the volunteer director of the Eagle Bluff Lighthouse Museum in Peninsula State Park for five summers she established daily tours led by trained -member of the First Baptist Church, Sister Bay-predeceased by her parents and her brother-in-law, Leland HAWKINS- survived by her sister, Kate HAWKINS, Cedar Rapids, IA; a niece, Sarah BENESH (Mark), Mt. Vernon, IA; a nephew, Foster HAWKINS (Nancy), Marshalltown, IA; three grand-nieces; one grand-nephew; and her longtime companion, Kay YOCUM (Hadj)-CASPERSON Funeral Home -Memorial celebration for Peg is being planned in Sister Bay for summer 2011.


FRANKLIN, John Leo/17 Oct 1937, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI-d. Thurs. 10 Dec 2009, at home, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI-(72), parents: the late William and Ethel (LONG) FRANKLIN-United States Navy-Married 15 Jun 1958, Patricia Marie WICHERT in Chicago, IL-preceded him in death in 1998-Survived by his four sons, Kevin (Liz) FRANKLIN, John K. FRANKLIN, Mike (Kathy) FRANKLIN, and Peter (Diane) FRANKLIN of Sturgeon Bay; eight grandchildren, four great-grandchildren; brother Jim (special friend, Pat) FRANKLIN of Sturgeon Bay; Three sisters, Katie JAMES of South CAROLINA, Delores FALK of Menifee, CA, and Mary (Ken) BONGLE, of Sturgeon Bay-preceded in death by his parents, wife, twin sons, granddaughter Sarah (1985), sister Pat and brothers William and Grant-Funeral Services Sat. 12 Dec 2009-HUEHNS Funeral Home with Deacon Paul ZENEFSKI officiating. OBITUARY-HUEHNS Funeral Home & Cremation Services.


FRIEMANN, Theodore/b. abt 1842, Holland?*-d. 1 Jun 1894, Sturgeon Bay, Door, WI; *Obituary-Door Co. Advocate-2 Jun 1894: "The Grim Reaper-Theodore FRIEMANN, the Spruce street shoemaker, died quite suddenly and unexpectedly on Friday evening.  Though ill nearly all the past winter and spring none of his friends and relatives realized that the end was no near.  Mr. FREIMANN was a Hollander and had resided in this city for about two years, coming here from Ahnapee.  He was about 52 years old, and leaves a wife and three children.  Yellow jaundice was the cause of death."


GABERT, Stanley R./b. 12 Jul 1915, Sturgeon Bay-d. Mon. 1 Feb 2010, Appleton Medical Center, Appleton, WI-(94)-parents: late August and Lillian GABERT-Married 13 Dec 1944, Marian QUIRT-U.S. Navy during World War II-sailed aboard the U.S.S. Bunker Hill-Silver Star for his heroic actions after the ship was hit during a kamikaze attack-undergraduate degree in Political Science, UW-Madison-law degree, UW-Madison-joined law firm, Bradford and Derber which became Gabert, Williams and Farb-member of the Wisconsin State Bar Assoc.-served as a U.S. Court Commissioner-deacon at First Congregational U.C.C.-trustee of Riverside Cemetery-Born and raised on a farm in Door County, he is the last remaining of 11 children-survived by children, Bruce (Kristine) GABERT, McFarland, Wis; Helen (Charles Lewis) GABERT, Chapel Hill, N.C.; Jane (Mark) SPIETZ, Oshkosh; and David GABERT, Appleton; grandchildren, Erin GABERT, Asheville, N.C.; Peter LEWIS, Chapel Hill, N.C.; Lindsey and Alicia SPIETZ, Oshkosh; and Cenya CASTILLO, Fremont.  Stan, many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends-preceded in death by parents, his wife, Marian GABERT; Daughter, Mary Elizabeth GABERT; his special friend, Edna NORSTROM; his 10 brothers and sisters-Funeral services, Friday, 5 Feb 2010-First Congregational United Church of Christ, Rev. Jane B. ANDERSON. Interment Riverside Cemetery, Appleton, WI..WICHMANN Funeral Home, Appleton, WI. OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate: Wed. 3 Feb 2010.


GARY, William J. "Bill"/b. 7 Dec 1927, Green Bay, Brown Co., WI-d. 27 Jan 2009, Scottsdale, Arizona; *Source-OBITUARY-FORBES Funeral Home: William J. "Bill" GARY passed away peacefully with his family at his side-(81)-parents: Dr. Norman J. GARY and Mary Elizabeth "Bess" (HALL) GARY-spent his childhood in northern Wisconsin, graduating from Eagle River High School-joined the U.S. Navy and made multiple Atlantic Ocean crossings on the aircraft carriers U.S.S. Randolph and U.S.S. Leyte-At the end of WWII, he returned to Wisconsin and entered Milwaukee State Teacher’s College (UWM) where he met and married Betty KONRAD of Sturgeon Bay-He later married Helen (LOOS) YOUNG of Sturgeon Bay-worked in the construction and steel industries, building many gas stations throughout the western United States-managed Jax Steel Center and Sturgeon Bay Iron and Metal in Sturgeon Bay-also sold real estate for a number of years before retirement-active in the community, spending many hours on public service projects for the AMVETS, Eagles and Kiwanis clubs-survived by three children: Patrick GARY of Scottsdale, AZ and Green Bay; Lynn (Duke) ROSS of Magalia, CA; and Timothy (Michelle) GARY of Madison-also survived by five grandchildren: Sarah Gary RAJEK and Michael GARY, both of Green Bay; Spencer GARY of Denver, CO; Patrick ROSS of Magalia, CA; and Julianna ROSS of Phoenix, AZ; and five great grandchildren: Ethan and Aeryn GARY of Green Bay; and Logan, Bryce, and Christine ROSS of Magalia, CA-also survived by four stepsons: Fred, Mike, Matt and Dan YOUNG and their families-Funeral service Friday, 6 Feb 2009 at Forbes Funeral Home in Sturgeon Bay-Burial will be at Fort Howard Cemetery Saturday morning at 9 AM-FORBES Funeral Home.


GEILFUSS, June/b. 10 Jul 1925, Mayville, WI-d. 9 Nov 2010, Skilled Nursing Facility of Ministry Door County Medical Center; OBITUARY-HUEHNS Funeral Home: June GEILFUSS, (85), of Sturgeon Bay-parents: the late Erwin T. and Erna M. (PULS) LEICHTLE-attended high school in Horicon, and graduated from Central High School in West Allis in 1943-married James H. ISINGS in Milwaukee 9 Sep 1944-had four children, Jim, Dan, Jan and Jetta-worked as a secretary in the Milwaukee Area-married on 10 Mar 1966 to Richard C. GEILFUSS at Kingo Lutheran Church in Shorewood, Wisconsin-farmed in the Mondovi and Gilmington area-Richard preceded her in death on 25 Jun 1994-moved to Sturgeon Bay in 1996-worked for a number of years at the Dancing Bear on Third Ave. in Sturgeon Bay-member of Prince of Peace Lutheran Church in Sturgeon Bay-was one of the "Yakamore Girls."-raised horses on the farm in Gilmington-Survivors include her son, Dan (Diane) ISINGS of Sturgeon Bay; daughter, Jan NEWELL (and her friend, Roger LANGHOFF) of Campbellsport; nine grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandchild; one brother-in-law, James STUMPFA of Minneapolis, Minnesota; and one sister-in-law, Lucy LEICHTLE of Tarzana, California-Preceding her in death were her parents; both husbands; son, James H. ISINGS; daughter, Jetta HOPP; two brothers, Irv and Winfred LEICHTLE; and two sisters, Grace STUMPFA and Violette LEICHTLE-service Monday 15 Nov at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church with Rev. Jim HILL officiating-Burial will be at Ohio Cemetery in Rio, Wisconsin-HUEHNS Funeral Home -memorial may be made in her memory for the American Diabetes Association at


GEITNER, Kevin M./b. 4 Nov 1988-Sun. 9 May 2010, Oshkosh, WI; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Wed. 12 May 2010: Kevin M. GEITNER, 21, Kaukauna, died unexpectedly on Sunday, May 9, 2010, in Oshkosh-parents: John and Debra (PETERSON) GEITNER-graduate of Kaukauna High School, Class of 2007- was attending UW Oshkosh-survived by his parents; two brothers, Aaron (Marissa) and Justin (fiancee, Chaunte); his grandfather, Paul PETERSON; a niece, Oriana and a nephew, Bennett, further survived by aunts, uncles, and cousins-preceded in death by paternal grandparents, Edwin and June GEITNER and maternal grandmother, Pamella PETERSON-Memorial Service for Kevin held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, 15 May 2010, at Christ the King Lutheran Church, 601 S. Washington, Combined Locks-Boettcher Family Funeral Home, Kaukauna is assisting the family. (766-2099).


GIGLIO, Linda OSTRAND/b. 20 May 1949-d. 18 Dec 2009, Durango, CO-attended Sturgeon Bay H. S.-1967 Door Co. Cherry Blossom Queen-Attended U. of WI Milwaukee-moved to Aspen CO-Married Jeff GIGLIO in Dec. and they had a daughter: Dominique before moving to Durango-Dominique survives with her daughter, Victoria-Other survivors: her mother Madely OSTRAND; brothers Jerry (Deb) LAMANNA, Costa Mesa, CA;  Mark (Ellen) OSTRAND, Chandler AZ; Craig (Marge) OSTRAND, Sturgeon Bay; and Cris (Kathy) OSTRAND, Westfield IN.  Sisters surviving: Susan (Stephen) MCCLELLAN, Kewaunee; and Jill (Michael) HARDING, Sturgeon Bay-preceded in death by her dad, Bob OSTRAND and her brother, Poncho-Memorial service will be held at later date. OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate: Wed. 23 Dec 2009:


GIGOT, Lorraine A./d. 17 Sep 2010, assisted living home: OBITUARY-MALCORE Funeral Home: Lorraine A. GIGOT, (94)-daughter, Jean, and son-in-law, Bill, were at her side-longtime resident of Sturgeon Bay and dairy farmer in Gardner, was the daughter of the late Anton and Matilda (DEJARDIN) TABORDAN-survived by her daughter and son-in-law, Jean KREYKES and husband, William of Eastham, MA; grandson, Michael and his wife, Anne, and great grandchildren, Madeline and Molly of Ann Arbor, MI; grandson, Thomas, and wife Sarah, and great grandchildren, Benjamin and Celia of Victoria, MN.-was preceded in death by her husband, Lawrence; parents; seven brothers and sisters; and one granddaughter, Jennifer KREYKES POHL-Visitation in the chapel at the Shrine of the Good Shepherd Mausoleum, 2770 Bay Settlement Road, Monday (20 Sep 2010)-Funeral Monday in the chapel with Rev. Pius COTTER, OFM Cap officiating-Entombment in the Shrine of the Good Shepherd Mausoleum-Malcore (East) Funeral Home is coordinating funeral arrangements, 432-5579


GINSBERG, Lee (GOLDSTEIN)/d. 1 Jul 2010; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Sat. 3 Jul 2010: Lee (Nee GOLDSTEIN) GINSBERG, passed away 1 Jul 2010, at the age of 87-wife of the late Jack GINSBERG for 62 years-mother of Janis (Jim) WRICH and Diane (Bill) SPIRZZIRRI-grandmother of Lisa COLLAZO, Jessica Zoe BENSTON, Jennifer (Jack) BOMBACH, Steve SPIZZIRRI and Cherie (Lou) ACIERNO-great-grandmother of Nolen COLLAZO, Vincent BOMBACH and Jane ACIERNO-In 1948, Jack and Lee moved their family from Milwaukee to Sturgeon Bay, Wis., where he founded Sturgeon Bay Iron and Metal Company-entombment service will be held Tuesday, 6 Jul 2010, at Spring Hill Cemetery & Mausoleum, 166 S. Hawley Ct., Milwaukee, Wis. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Alzheimer's Association-GOODMAN-BENSMAN Whitefish Bay Funeral Home, 4750 N. Santa Monica, 414-964-3111,


GLASS, Daniel, Sr./b. 28 Mar 1856, Iowa-d. 17 Jan 1931, Panama, Iowa (home of son Daniel Jr.)-pioneer resident of this city-ill only a day from a paralytic stroke-The funeral and interment took place at Panama.  Surviving are Mrs. Glass, who also lives with her son in Iowa, and the following seven children, George, of this city; Vance, of Berwyn, Ill.;  Mrs. Frank MERRILL, Antioch, Ill.; John of Chicago; Mrs. Fred MARTIN of Marion, North Dakota; Daniel Jr. and William, of Panama, Iowa.  Mr. GLASS was born in Iowa March 28, 1856.  He came to Sturgeon Bay about 1870 and lived here about 18 years ago when he went to work in Chicago.  Two years ago he retired and went to live with his son.  While here, Mr. GLASS was employed by the Reynoldes Preserving company."OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Fri. 30 Jan 1931.


GLESNER, Audrey/d. 1 Feb 2009; *Source: FORBES Funeral Home: Audrey GLESNER of Sturgeon Bay, (75)-former Audrey Ann BRETL-parents: the late John and Agatha (BREY) BRETL-graduate of Sturgeon Bay High School and Theda Clark Nursing Program-In 1954 she married Thomas N. GLESNER-worked as a nurse, volunteering at the blood mobile, and delivering meals on wheels-survived by her husband, Thomas, Sturgeon Bay; two children, Pam (Michael) TOMPOS, Minneapolis and Ernest (Laura) GLESNER, Vail, Colorado, and three grandchildren, Dan Jr. (fiancee, Kate FREITAG), Eric and Kendall GLESNER-Other survivors include sisters Mildred SAWYER, Delores KILEY and brothers Jerome, Gerald and Ron BRETL- preceded by her parents, John and Agatha BRETL brother, Celestine BRETL; and brothers-in-law William SAWYER and Howard KILEY-memorial service Saturday, 14 Mar 2009 at Corpus Christi Church-FORBES Funeral Home


GLESNER, Richard Charles/b. 23 Aug 1941, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI-d. Mon. 27 Dec 2010; Source: Door Co. Advocate Wed. 5 Jan 2010: Richard Charles GLESNER, (69), Madison-died peacefully with his family at his side-parents: Francis and Charlotte (SCHULZ) GLESNER-married his high school sweetheart, Judith Alice PETERSEN on 18 Aug 1962, in Sturgeon Bay-graduated from Sturgeon Bay High School-continued his education at St. Norbert College-was a member of ROTC-After graduating in 1963 attended law school at University of Wisconsin- Madison-graduated with Order of the Coif and was admitted to the Wisconsin State Bar Association in 1966-After graduation was law examiner to the Chief Justice of the Wisconsin Supreme Court-served as senior partner at Ross and Stevens, S.C., then was a partner at Michael Best & Friedrich, LLP-started his own private practice, practiced corporate law for more than 10 years-served on the board of directors for Norse Leasing Corp., and the Restoring Hope Transplant House-survived by his wife of 48 years, Judi; daughter, Julie (Scott LEVIHN), Manitowoc, Wis.; son, Rick (Kelly) GLESNER, Waukesha, Wis.; granddaughter, Gabrielle and grandson, Cole; brother, Norbert (Helen) GLESNER, Sturgeon Bay, Wis-numerous nieces, nephews and cousins; and his two golden retrievers, Tater and Shadow-preceded in death by his parents-Memorial Mass of Christian Burial was held at ST. JOSEPH CATHOLIC CHURCH, 1905 W. Beltline Hwy, Madison, on Tuesday 4 Jan2011, with Monsignor Thomas BAXTER presiding-thank you to the physicians, nurses and staff of the TLC unit at University Hospital-Gunderson Fitchburg Funeral & Cremation Care, 2950 Chapel Valley Road (608) 442-5002,


GLESNER, Thomas N./b. 19 May 1930-d. 21 May 2010; OBITUARY-FORBES Funeral Home: Thomas N. GLESNER, of Sturgeon Bay, passed away May 21 – two days after his 80th birthday-parents were the late Ernest “Chick” and Barbara (VAN DUYSE) GLESNER-graduate of Sturgeon Bay High School-In 1954 he married Audrey BRETL in Maplewood-After 21 years of service Tom retired from the US Air Force in 1969 and the family settled in Sturgeon Bay-He was a bridge tender on the Michigan Street Bridge for 17 years, coached Little League and basketball, and enjoyed leather-work-was instrumental in reopening Potawatomi State Park Ski Hill-enjoyed fishing, operating a dental lab, and delivering meals-on-wheels-his wife, Aud, preceded him in death in February 2009-survived by two children, Pam (Michael) TOMPOS of Minneapolis; and Ernest (Laura) GLESNER of  Vail, CO; four grandchildren, Dan Jr. (Kate) GLESNER and Kendall GLESNER all of Sturgeon Bay; Eric GLESNER of Wauwatosa; Erle GLESNER of Vail, CO; and his sister Marie (Gene) STRAUBE of Atherton, CA and her children, Dana (Robert) STONE of Atherton, CA and Drs. Adam & Poroshat LANDSDORF of San Francisco, CA-Funeral service: Thurs., 27 May 2010 at Corpus Christi Church-Forbes Funeral Home-A special thank you to the staff at the Veterans Home in King, WI for their loving care and support extended to Tom and his family.


GODRES, Jerry R./b. 28 Oct 1911, Milwaukee, WI-d. Tues. 7 Dec 2010, Golden Living Center-Dorchester; *Source: Door Co. Advocate-Sat. 11 Dec 2010: Jerry R. GODRES, (99) years, of Sturgeon Bay-parents: the late George and Clara (KUTZNER) GODRES-graduated from Bayview High School in Milwaukee in 1929-married on 12 May 1938 to Margaret E. ZASTROW in Cedar Rapids, Iowa-raised their family in West Allis, Wis-she preceded him in death on 6 Aug 1999-was self employed and owned and operated his oil and fuel distribution company in Milwaukee until moving to Florida in the 1960's where he started a bottled water and package ice service-then returned to Wisconsin and he retired in Door County-Survivors include his two children, Patricia (Dick) STILLINGS, Presque Isle, Wis.; and Terry (Sue) GODRES, Sturgeon Bay; daughter-in-law, Jan GODRES, Colorado; seven grandchildren; ten great-grandchildren; nieces and nephews-Preceding him in death are his parents, George and Clara GODRES; wife, Margaret GODRES; son, Ross; a grandson, Brian; one brother, Robert; and one sister, Lorraine O'NIEL-Following cremation, funeral services will be at Bayside Cemetery Chapel in the spring of 2011-In his wife's memory, memorials may be made to: Wisconsin Alzheimer's Disease Research Center - c/o UW Foundation, US Bank Lockbox, Box 78807, Milwaukee, WI 53278-0807, or online at Funeral Home


GOMOLL, Myrtle/b. 12 Apr 1910, Kolberg, WI-d. 21 Mar 2009, Green Bay, Brown Co., WI; *Source: OBITUARY-FORBES Funeral Home: Myrtle GOMOLL, (98), of Algoma-parents: Emil and Adeline (TEICH) MILLER-graduated from Brussels High School-went to work for the Telephone Company in Forestville-also worked at the Door County Court House when her father was County Treasurer-married on 26 Jun 1934 to Elmer GOMOLL in Kolberg-farmed in the Forestville area for many years-owned and operated the Gomoll Insurance Agency-Her husband preceded her in death on 17 Apr 1972-Survivors include 4 children: Dorleen MALLIEN, Sturgeon Bay; Randy (Marsha) GOMOLL, New Franken; Sandra (Sam) ANNOYE, Luxemburg; and Patricia (Neil) DESTREE, New Franken; 14 grandchildren: Kim (John) HARTEL, Kelly (Charles) CHRISTIANSEN, Korey (Jodi) MALLIEN, Rick (Lori) GOMOLL, John GOMOLL-BIOLO, Michelle (Rich) HEWITT, Galeen (Brian) GIESE, Jodi (Brent) WATZKA, Melissa (Tim) LEIST, Todd (Stacy) DESTREE, Jenifer (Keith) DELEBREAU, Jennifer MIKLE, Sandra (Chris) HANMANN, Rhonda (John) SEILER; 22 great-grandchildren; nieces and nephews-preceded in death by 7 sisters: Ella GUTH, Julia HAFEMAN, Dora CHAUDOIR, Rena HASKELL, Edna CHAPEK, Oleida MILLER, Leora SELL, 4 brothers: Elmer, Lawrence, Orville, and Walter; and a son-in-law, Gaylord MAUER-Funeral services Wednesday, 25 Mar 2009 at St. Peter’s Lutheran Church in Forestville with the Rev. David LUHRS officiating-Burial will be in Evergreen Cemetery, Algoma-thank you from the family to the staff of Bay Road Place (Algoma), the Odd Fellows Nursing Home (Green Bay), and the many friends, neighbors, and relatives who were so supportive-FORBES Funeral Home.


GOODE, Robert T./b. 12 Oct 1918, Menomonee Falls, Wis.-d. 4 Jul 2010, Scandia Village, Sister Bay, Door Co., WI; OBITUARY-CASPERSON Funeral Home & Door Co. Advocate-Sat. 10 Jul 2010: Robert T. GOODE-parents: Wesley S. and Kathryn (ECKHARDT) GOODE-attended Menomonee Falls High School-Antioch College in Yellow Springs OH earning a B.A. degree in 1942-Harvard University, officer candidate school-served as 1st Lieutenant JG on U.S.S. Hospital Ship "Repose" in China during World War II-graduate of Wisconsin School of Banking, class of 1948-married Virginia TICKELL on 30 Mar 1940 in New York City-two children: Robert Kent GOODE and Terry Michael GOODE-employed by the Farmers and Merchants Bank of Menomonee Falls, WI started by his grandfather and perpetuated by his father and mother-had many homes from Wisconsin, Massachusetts, Florida and Grand Cayman-preceded in death by his parents, brother Wesley S. GOODE, Jr.-Survived by two sons: Kent (Jeanne Marie) GOODE, Town of Erin, Wis.; Terry (Pamela) GOODE, Baileys Harbor, Wis.; sister: Janet DURHAM GARD (Gerry) Fountain Hills, AZ; brother: John GOODE (Margot) Evanston IL; grandson: Paul C. GOODE (wife Monique) Tyler, TX; granddaughter: Mariah K. GOODE (husband, Sam PERLMAN), Baileys Harbor, WI; grandson, Michael T. GOODE (wife, Jolynn PARKER), Syracuse, N.Y.  ;There will be a celebration of Bob's life at Scandia Village in October. By his wishes he will be cremated and his ashes interred privately. Contributions in Bob's memory can be sent to Scandia Village-Good Samaritan 10560 Applewood Road - Sister Bay, WI 54234 for a memorial to be determined by the family-CASPERSON Funeral Home.


GRAF, Ruth Marie/b. 2 Aug 1921, Whitefish Bay, Door Co., WI-d. 18 Dec 2009, Door County Mem. Hosp. Skilled Nursing Fac.-(88)-Parents: Henry and Mary (JEANQUIN) LAUSCHER-Married: 1940 Arthur GRAF, Institute-preceded her in death on 14 May 1976-Survivors include six children, Mary (Dennis) BLEY, West Jacksonport, Paul (Marilyn) GRAF, Sturgeon Bay, Jean (Gerald) GRANIUS, Brussels, Jim (Wendy) GRAF, Husti(s?)ford, Bill GRAF, Sturgeon Bay, Dorothy (David) MICHIELS, Sturgeon Bay; nine grandchildren; twelve great-grandchildren; two sisters-in-law, Helen LAUSCHER, Milwaukee, Ruby GRAF, Sturgeon Bay-preceded in death by one son, Norman GRAF; four brothers, Howard, Stanley, Milton, and Jim LAUSCHER-Funeral Services-Monday 21 Dec 2009-FORBES Funeral Home in Sturgeon Bay-Rev. Robert KONKOL OFM-Entombment, Shrine of Good Shepherd Mausoleum-FORBES Funeral Home.  OBITUARY-Door County Daily Dec 2009.


GRAY, Margaret H./b. 22 Aug 1907, Oak Park, IL-d. 27 Jun 2009, Whispering Pines, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI-(101)-parents: Christian Frederick and Addie Emma (LUMBARD) HAFNER-bachelor's degree from Pomona College in California-Married 1936, Leland Richard GRAY, Evanston, Ill.-raised family in Oak Park area-owned a cottage in Fish Creek since 1951-spent summers there-Survivors include two children, Margaret (George) COLLIER; Colorado; and Bob (Irene) GRAY, Sturgeon Bay; four grandchildren, Wendy PARDUE, Michael (Catherine) COLLIER, Carla (Alvis) HEADEN, and Nichole (Mark) JOHNSEN; and five great-grandchildren-preceded in death by husband (1980), three sisters, Marion, Irene, and Eugenia, and an infant brother, Robbie.  Memorial services at a later date-burial, Forest Home Cemetery, Forest park, IL. FORBES Funeral Home. OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate: Wed. 1 Jul 2009:


GUILETTE, Bernice A. (Mrs. George)/b. 22 Oct 1923, Namur, Door, WI-d. 2 Apr 2010, Aurora Hospital, Green Bay, Brown, WI; OBITUARY-Door Co. Adv.-Wed. 7 Apr 2010: Bernice A. Guilette (Mrs. George) 86, Rosiere, died Good Friday evening April 2, 2010-parents: late Alex and Malvina (CHAUDOIR) PARINS-married 8 Jan 1941 George H. GUILETTE at St. Mary of the Snows Church in Namur-He preceded her in death 5 Feb 2006-member of St. Hubert Altar Society-Survivors include her children, Jean M. DEKEYSER SFO, Green Bay, Allen and Debbie GUILETTE, Renee and Dennis BUHR, Laurie and Hal BOUCHE, all of Rosiere, Tanya GUILETTE, Casco, nine grandchildren, Sue (Mark) DEKEYSER, Cheri DEKEYSER, Nicholas (Jessica) GUILETTE, Aaron (friend Becky) GUILETTE, Sarah (fiance Ryan) GUILETTE, Brian BUHR, Nicole (friend Henry) BUHR, Michael (Elizabeth) BOUCHE, Stacey (friend Jared) BOUCHE and Shawna BRUNETTE, ten great-grandchildren, Ashley (Preston) PIESCHEK, Kevin (Hayley) STASCAK, Ryan DANHIEUX, Justin BOULANDER, Hunter, Logan and Trevor GUILETTE, Garrett, Madelyn and Emma BOUCHE, one great-great-grandson, Brayden STASCAK, one sister, Marie VLIES, Lincoln, four sisters-in-law, Carol PARINS, Sturgeon Bay, Mary Ann BADER, Namur, Emily VANDERTIE, Brussels, Lucy GUILETTE, Green Bay, Joyce GUILETTE, Eagle River, nieces and nephews-preceded in death by two sons, Lee and Rod GUILIETTE, two grandchildren, Alisha and Heidi BETHEL, two brothers, Alex PARINS Jr. and James PARINS, brothers in law and sisters-in-law, Joseph VLIES, Nelson (Emily) GUILETTE, Lawrence (Adeline) GUILETTE, Adeline GUILETTE, Edwin (Dorothy) GUILETTE, Nora (Evan) FAMEREE, Harvey (Beatrice) GUILETTE, Norman (Emma) STROOBANTS, Robert GUILETTE, Wilfred VANDERTIE, Julius (Vivian) GUILETTE, John (Marie) EUCLIDE, James (Hilda) LEGRAVE-McMAHON FUNERAL HOME, LUXEMBURG visitation Monday, April 5, 2010-Funeral service Tuesday 6 Apr 2010 at St. Hubert Church, Rosiere, Rev. Robert KONKOL-Burial in St. Hubert Cemetery, Rosiere, Kewaunee Co.-MCMAHON Funeral Home.


GUNNLAUGSSON, Nora SANDO/b. 30 Nov 1921, Hayward, Wisconsin-d. Sun. 14 Nov 2010, at home, Washington Island, Wisconsin; OBITUARY-CASPERSON Funeral Home: Nora SANDO GUNNLAUGSSON, (88), of Washington Island-the youngest of seven children-parents: Carl and Olette SANDO-predeceased by her parents, her six siblings and her husband of 56 years, Maynard George GUNNLAUGSSON-two grandsons, a granddaughter and a great-granddaughter-survived by six children: Lillian ( Larry) JUSTICE of Manila, Iowa; Jeanie (Larry) YOUNG of Washington Island, Wisconsin-Martena (Rip) KOKEN of Ardmore, Tennessee; Maynette (Tim) JUTILA of Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin; Kathleen GUNNLAUGSSON of Washington Island, Wisconsin and Maynard (Penny) GUNNLAUGSSON of Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin; her 18 grandchildren; her 24 great grandchildren; and her 3 great-great grandchildren-worked as chief operator at the central office on Washington Island from 1964-1969; switchboard operator in Sturgeon Bay and Manager of the kitchen for the Dorchester Nursing Home-worked at the Welcome Center of Washington Island-member of Trinity Lutheran Church, Washington Island and the Detroit Harbor Ladies Aide- Funeral to be held at Trinity Lutheran Church on Washington Island Thursday 18 Nov 2010-CASPERSON Funeral Home,


HACKER, Ralph E./b. 25 Jun 1925, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI-d. Sat. 16 Oct 2010; *Source: OBITUARY-HUEHNS Funeral Home: Ralph E. HACKER, (85), of Sturgeon Bay-parents: the late Emerson and Cora (ANDERSON) HACKER-Cora passed away shortly after his birth-was raised by his very special aunt Emma ANDERSON-attended Sturgeon Bay High School-enlisted and served his country with the U.S. Navy from 1943 until he was honorably discharges on May 19, 1946-worked for Standard Oil Company in Sturgeon Bay-owned and operated the Citgo Gas Station in Sturgeon Bay (where Bay Lake Bank now stands)-was more recently employed with the city of Sturgeon Bay for over 13 years in traffic and parking enforcement until his retirement in 1989-married 2 Mar 1947 to Jane Marie ONKELS at the Sturgeon Bay Moravian Church-member of the Sturgeon Bay Moravian Church, the Am Vets-Survivors include wife, Jane of 63 years; two brothers-in-law, Eugene ONKELS, Bob (Jan) ONKELS both of Kaukauna; sister-in-law, Geraldine "Gerry" ONKELS of Appleton; many nieces and nephews; and his godson, Andrew Crawford-Preceding him in death were his parents; mother and father in-law; beloved son, Robert; a special aunt, Emma; brothers-in-law, Melvin ONKELS, sister-in-law, Eunice ONKELS, nephew, Donny-Funeral services held at 6:00 p.m. on Thursday 21 Oct 2010) at Huehns Funeral Home with Rev. Reeder HERRICK officiating-Burial with military honors held on Friday 22 Oct 2010 at Union Cemetery in Kaukauna-HUEHNS Funeral Home,


HALLER, Roy William/b. 19 Dec 1932, Kenosha, WI-d. Wed. 21 Apr 2010, at home, Washington Island, Door, WI; OBITUARY-CASPERSON Funeral Home: Roy William Haller, 77, Washington Island and Madison-parents: Roy and Clara (MATTERN) HALLER-grew up in Kenosha-attended the University of Wisconsin-Madison, earning bachelors and masters degrees in Agriculture-married in June, 1955 to Mary Carolyn McALEER, of Kenosha-employed by the University of Wisconsin School of Agricultural and Life Sciences, as a professor and then Assistant Dean of Student Affairs until his retirement in 1989-moved to Washington Island in Door County where they have lived for the last 21 years-survived by his wife of 55 years, Mary; his brother, Gary HALLER, Kenosha, Wis.; his two children, Jon HALLER, Verona, Wis.; and Elise (HALLER) BALOGH, Spokane, Wash.; grandchildren, Macaulay, Dylan, Curtis, and Casey; nieces, Georgia, Megan, Suzy and Laura; nephews, Brett, Erin and Daniel; and a grand-nephew, Hunter-preceded in death by parents, Roy and Clara, and a son, Jeffrey John HALLER-Possible "Celebration of Life" plans are pending-CASPERSON Funeral Home-


HALSTEAD, Carol Margaret/b. 20 Aug 1931, Town of Egg Harbor, Door, WI-d. 7 Sep 2009; OBITUARY: HUEHNS Funeral Home: Carol Margaret (Birnschein) Halstead, 78, of Jacksonport-parents: Bruno and Augusta (ROELL) BIRNSCHEIN-graduated from Sevastopol High School in 1949-completed her education at Door-Kewaunee Normal School-taught at Liberty Grove School for two years-Title 1 aide at Sevastopol for 25 years, and a Special Ed aide until her retirement in 1999-married on 6 Jun 1953 to James E. HALSTEAD Sr. at St. John Lutheran Church in Valmy-member of the Jacksonport United Methodist Church, served as treasurer for many years-enjoyed teaching Sunday School and was an active participant in the Jacksonport Historical Society-survived by her son James E. (Tara) HALSTEAD Jr. of Jacksonport, and daughters Kay WOLTER of Jacksonport, Becky HALSTEAD of DeForest, and Valerie (Mark) BAULDRY of Jacksonport-grandchildren: Brian HALSTEAD (Kelly BROWNING) of Citrus Heights, CA; Neal HALSTEAD (Celina BELLANCEAU) of Tampa, FL; Katherine (Seth) THOMAS of Wauwatosa; Michael HALSTEAD of Milwaukee; Megan HALSTEAD of Sturgeon Bay; Steve (Angie) KIEHNAU of Jacksonport; Jill (Tom) LAUTENBACH of Jacksonport; Sarah BERGHAMMER of New Orleans, LA; Erin BERGHAMMER, a Peace Corps volunteer currently serving in Zambia, Gwenn BAUDLRY-FRYE (Dean FRYE) of Eugene, OR; and Jessie BAULDRY of Minneapolis, MN. Her great-grandchildren are Paul, Lindsay, and Megan LAUTENBACH; and Aaron THOMAS, born 26 Aug 2009-survived by sisters Joyce (Warren) HALSTEAD of Jacksonport and Eileen (Everett) ROBERTS of Sturgeon Bay; and sisters-in-law Mae BIRNSCHEIN of Sturgeon Bay and Janet BIRNSCHEIN of Port Washington-preceded in death by her husband, James; brothers Arthur and Robert; sister Doris; son-in-law Bill WOLTER; and beloved pet, Lady-memorial service will be held Saturday, 19 Sep 2010, at the Jacksonport United Methodist Church, 6154 N. Cave Point Road, Sturgeon Bay (Jacksonport)-at the intersection of Hwy 57 and N. Cave Point Road at the south end of Jacksonport-HUEHNS Funeral Home.


HANAWAY, David Patrick/b. 5 Jan 1943, Green Bay, Brown Co., WI-d. Sun. 28 Nov 2010, his condominium, Fish Creek, Door Co., WI; OBITUARY-BLANEY Funeral Home: David Patrick HANAWAY, (67), lifelong resident of Green Bay, passed away unexpectedly yet peacefully away at his home away from home in Fish Creek, Door County-parents: Charles and Lois (KRAUSE) HANAWAY-graduate of Green Bay East High School, class of 1961-athlete, basketball and baseball-Upon graduation, he attended Lawrence University in Appleton, Wis., where he earned a B.A. in psychology-member of Phi Delta Theta-received his undergraduate degree in 1965, and was accepted into his father’s Alma Mater, the University of Wisconsin Law School-Immediately after receiving his Juris Doctorate from Madison in 1968 joined his father, the founder of Hanaway Ross Law Firm-married on 1 Feb 1980 to Lyn MACMULLEN and welcomed his two children, Christopher and Kelly-many summers spent in Ephraim with his parents, wife and children-handled some work with litigation, trials and divorce but ultimately focused his efforts in the areas of estate planning, probate and real estate transactions-"A” rating from Martindale-Hubbell, a nationwide lawyer rating service-served on the Board of Directors of Notre Dame Academy and Scholarships, Inc.-previously a member of the Greater Green Bay Community Foundation and Friends of St. Vincent Hospital-survived by his mother, Lois Jane HANAWAY, Green Bay; his wife, Lyn (MACMULLEN) Hanaway, Green Bay; his son, Christopher John HANAWAY (fiancée, Sara ZACEK, her two children, Jack and Laney ZACEK) and grandson, Sam HANAWAY, Green Bay; daughter, Kelly Elizabeth BIEDA (husband, David BIEDA) and grandchildren, Elizabeth and Merrick BIEDA, Green Bay; mother-in-law, Dell MACMULLEN, Green Bay; sisters-in-law, Anita MCCALL, Green Bay, Susan (Chris) JENSEN, De Pere, Pamela MACMULLEN, Green Bay, and brother-in-law, Wallace (Mitzi) MACMULLEN III, Green Bay-survived by many nieces and nephews as well as cousins, Michael and Steven MAYBELL, California and some extended family here in northeastern Wisconsin-preceded in death by his father, Charles Taft HANAWAY; father-in law, Wallace MACMULLEN II and brother-in-law, John Russell MACMULLEN-funeral services at Grace Lutheran Church, 321 S. Madison St., with the Rev. Julie WRUBBEL-LANGE officiating-

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HANSON, Henry/d. 10 Dec 1960, Veteran's Home, King WI-(71)-pressroom employee of the Advocate for more than 40 years-Burial: 13 Dec 1960, Vet. Home, King WI-Surviving: two sisters and two brothers: Miss Anne HANSON, Sunnyvale, CA; Mrs. Gerhard C. (Martha) MEYER, Milwaukee; James HANSON, Sunnyvale and Julian HANSON, Blue Island, IL-OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate: Tues. 20 Dec 1960.


HARVEY, David A./b. 30 Aug 1956-d. 22 Sep 2010, Wilmette, IL; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Sat. 2 Oct 2010: David A. HARVEY, (54), a devout Catholic, father of six, accomplished athlete, successful entrepreneur,and genuine leader, died peacefully in Wilmette, ILon September 22, 2010, surrounded by his loving family-survived by his wife, Ann James HARVEY, and children Davey, Johnny, Mary, Tommy, Eddie and Sam-met in heaven by his beautiful first wife of seventeen years, Katheryn MADDEN HARVEY-parents: Regina M. HARVEY and the late Thomas J. HARVEY of Wilmette; brother of Sara BADER, Tom (Deb), Brian, Jimmy, and Eileen CULLUM (Mark); son-in-law of Edward R. and Jeannie JAMES, and Diana MADDEN and the late John MADDEN; brother-in-law of Jerry JAMES (Kitty), Warren JAMES (Amy), Catherine KING (Edmund), Anne GUMMERSALL (Geoff), John MADDEN (Holly), Diana ADAMS (Peter), Bill MADDEN (Lynne), Nancy ZALESKY, and Michael MADDEN; respected uncle (45) of Patrick (Rebekah), Katie MORGAN (Josh), Colleen, and Molly BADER; TJ (Lori Kay), Kevin, Therese and Tim HARVEY; JP, Joe and Maggie HARVEY; Megan, Kevin, Michael and Grace CULLUM; Jack, Mimi and Maggie JAMES; Sarah, Elizabeth and Kyle JAMES; Alexandra, Wilson and Graham KING; KayAnne, Ginny, Gwen and GloryGUMMERSALL; Amy, Christa, Melissa, John, Katheryn and Carrie MADDEN; Laura, Peter, Faith and Michael ADAMS; Jackie, Demi and Kaylie MADDEN; Danny, Carla, Juliana and Gina ZALESKY; and great uncle of Charlotte BADER-graduate of New Trier East High School in 1974 and Wabash University in 1978-member of the Phi Delta Theta fraternity- earned an All American award and was inducted in the Wabash College Athletic Hall of Fame-went on to be publisher of Automation World a part of Summit-Never lacking in competitive spirit, it is well known David was also a master of the grill, a gifted artist and singer.-Visitation Sunday 26 Sep 2:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at DONNELLAN Family Funeral Home 10045 Skokie Blvd., at Old Orchard Rd., Skokie, IL 60077- Funeral Mass Monday 27 Sep at Saint Joseph Church, 1747 Lake Avenue, & Ridge Road, Wilmette, IL 60091-Interment Sacred Heart Cemetery Northbrook-Reception will be held at Indian Hill Club, 1 Indian Hill Road, Winnetka, IL-, 1:30pmIn lieu of flowers, please send contributions to the David A. Harvey Memorial Fund for youth activities payable to Stella Maris Parish, P.O. Box 49, Egg Harbor, WI, 54209, or Relevant Radio, at


HAUG, Ellen O. (CHRISTIANSON)/b. 19 Dec 1916, Arlington, WI-d. 8 Feb 2010,  Cardinal Ridge Assisted Living, Sturgeon Bay, Door, WI-(93), of Sturgeon Bay and Sun Prairie-parents: Edwin and Svenina Christianson-Married Jens HAUG from Toten, Norway 16 Dec 1939 -one child, Karen in 1942-lived in Madison; lived in Token Creek and owned Haug's Trading Post, a grocery store-retired to Sun Prairie, WI-Due to health concerns, Ellen moved to Sturgeon Bay to be near her daughter-resided at Cardinal Ridge-preceded in death by husband, Jens in 1991-parents, Jens' parents, Kristoffer and Karen HAUG of Norway, brothers, Erling CHRISTIANSON and James Larsen CHRISTIANSON, sister, Elizabeth PASKE, brother-in-law, Don JOHNSON, sister-in-law, Rachel CHRISTIANSON, nephews, Jerry WICHMANN, Jim CHRISTIANSON, Greg PASKE, Davey CHRISTIANSON and niece Sharon FREELAND-Survivors include her daughter Karen (Don) BORK of Sturgeon Bay; grandsons, Brett of RIPON, Christopher of Manitowoc, Don Jr. (Beth) of W. Des Moines, IA, Seth (Dana) of San Diego, CA; and great grandchildren, Kariana and Anja of CA, Jack and Emma of IA; two brothers, David (Eunice) CHRISTIANSON of Middleton, Selmer (Delores) CHRISTIANSON of Mt. Horeb; sister, Olga JOHNSON of Columbus, WI; and many nieces and nephews-Funeral services, Friday 12 Feb 2010, Burke Lutheran Church, Portage Road, Madison, Rev. Russ LEEPER-Burial in Burke Lutheran Cemetery-HUEHNS Funeral Home.

HAYES, Lynne R. (CHRISTMAN)/b. 31 Oct 1969, Green Bay, Brown Co., WI-d. Wed. 24 Nov 2010; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Sat. 27 Nov 2010: Lynne R. (CHRISTMAN) HAYES, (41), Allouez-parents: Kenneth and Kaye (BURNS) CHRISTMAN-graduated in 1988 from Green Bay East High-attended UW-Milwaukee-married on 19 Jul 2003 to John HAYES-was employed for 12 years at Humana-great swimmer and she won many awards and also taught children-survived by her husband, John HAYES; her parents, Kenneth and Kaye CHRISTMAN; a brother, Michael CHRISTMAN; her aunt and Godmother, Pat (John) JENSON; two aunts, Barbara (Bill) WOODRUFF and Carley CHRISTMAN; her beloved cousins, Susan WOODRUFF, Sara WOODRUFF, Michele LINDLEY, Serena DRANGLE, Christiane DRANGLE, Tom BURNS, Michelle AEIM, Patrick ALBRECHT, Jason ALBRECHT, Ryan MURRAY; her mother-in-law, Bernice HAYES; her brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law, Kathleen and Peter LENTO, Pat and Marianne HAYES, Mary (David KOLCHAKO) Hayes, Maureen NEVIT, Tim and Judy HAYES-preceded in death by her grandparents, Clarence and Eva BURNS, Audrey and Alvin CHRISTMAN; her father-in-law, Thomas HAYES; an uncle and aunt, Charles and Jeanie BURNS; her beloved pets, Toby and Max-funeral service at Ascension Lutheran Church, 2911 Libal St., Sunday with Rev. Lori SWENSON officiating-BLANEY Funeral Home,


HEIGES, Edna Louise/b. 5 Apr 1919-d. 23 Aug 2010, Algoma Long Term Care Facility, Algoma, Kewaunee Co., WI; OBITUARY-HUEHNS Funeral Home: Edna Louise HEIGES (April 5, 1919 - August 23, 2010), (91), formerly of Sturgeon Bay, passed away Monday, 23 Aug 2010 at Algoma Long Term Care Facility- Arrangements are pending at this time-HUEHNS Funeral Home


HEILMAN, Ella Mae/b. 27 Aug 1926, Bowman, North Dakota-d. 27 Jul 2010, Skilled Nursing Facility, Door County Memorial Hosp., Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI; OBITUARY-FORBES Funeral Home: Ella Mae HEILMAN, (83) of Sturgeon Bay, passed on to heaven to join her husband, Bob-parents: Sam and Cora (GROSS) CASTEEL-In 1943, married Robert B. HEILMAN in California-he preceded her in death on 29 Jan 2003-was a bookkeeper at the Door County Library for many years-survived by six siblings, Martha LINDGREEN, CA; Polly (John) WORSLEY, CO; Ruth (Pat) BARRETT, CA; Charles CASTEEL, CA; Roy (Lynn) CASTEEL, Sturgeon Bay; Russell CASTEEL, VA; a special niece, Karen SCHLISE; and special nephew, Robert CASTEEL; and many other nieces and nephews.  She was preceded in death by her parents; husband, Bob; two brothers, Sam and David CASTEEL; and one sister, Catherine STEVENS-Memorial service conducted Thursday, 5 Aug 2010, at the Forbes Funeral Home with Rev. Anthony BIRDSALL officiating. Memorials may be directed to Corpus Christi Catholic Church-FORBES Funeral Home.


HEISTERMAN, Luella C./b. 2 Dec 1922, Crystal Lake, IL-d. 23 Jun 2010, Centegra Hospital-McHenry; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Sat. 26 Jun 2010: Luella C. HEISTERMAN, 87, Crystal Lake, IL, died Wednesday, June 23, 2010, at Centegra Hospital-McHenry-parents: Fred and Alma (SCHULDT) CRICHTON-worked for Pioneer Center in McHenry-remained active in the community after her retirement by volunteering for Habitat for Humanity in Woodstock-member of the First United Methodist Church in Crystal Lake, IL and the Crystal Lake Senior Citizens group-survived by her daughter, Jane (Roger) NAESETH, Sister Bay, WI; her grandson, Eric NAESETH, Sister Bay, WI; and her cousin, Betty ROONEY, Crystal Lake, IL-preceded in death by her son, Richard HEISTERMAN-memorial visitation Wednesday, 30 Jun 2010 at Querhammer & Flagg Funeral Home, 500 W. Terra Cotta Ave., Crystal Lake-Inurnment will be private in Crystal Lake Union Cemetery-QUERHAMMER & FLAGG Funeral Home at 815-459-1760- .


HELDT, Otto/OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate: Fri. 15 Jul 1921:  "Otto HELDT, 78 years of age, resident of Ellison Bay, took his won life Thursday morning, July 7th, committing suicide by hanging himself from the bedpost in his room.  While not in the best of health he had been up and around the house the previous day and retired Wednesday evening not complaining of feeling any worse than usual.  It was evident that he had risen early in the morning, and after dressing himself committed the rash act.  The weather having been exceedingly hot for several days, and the night having been very warm, it is believed that the old gentleman lost his mind which caused him to end his life.  It being a plain case of suicide District Attorney STAPLETON did not hold a coroner's inquest.  Deceased is survived by his wife and several children.  The funeral was held from the home of the deceased on Saturday afternoon.  The death of Mr. HELDT is the third suicide in the county by hanging during the past three weeks, and the fourth this year."


HERRBOLD, Philip O./b. 17 Mar 1911, Sturgeon Bay, Door, WI-d.Thurs. 25 Mar 2010, Cherry Meadows Hospice, Appleton, WI; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Wed. 31 Mar 2010: Philip O. Herrbold, long-time resident of Menasha-parents Jacob and Florence (SMITH) HERRBOLD-graduate of Menasha High School and Lawrence College Class of "35"-married the late Phyllis BAHR 12 Apr 1937-member of St. Thomas Episcopal Church in Menasha-assistant Scout Master of their Boy Scout Troop #3 for several years-worked at Kimberly Clark for 39 years retiring as Corporate Insurance Supervisor for their U.S. Mills-a member of the Menasha City Council Insurance Committee for a number of years-70 year member of the Twin City Masonic Lodge-one of the first Red Coat Volunteers at Theda Clark Hospital with many years of service-survived by his three children, Gretchen (Richard) SOLOMON, Brookfield; William (Judith) HERRBOLD, Waupaca; Germaine (David) HAVEL, Appleton; six grandchildren, Christopher and Matthew HERRBOLD, Menasha; Michael (Ellen Lee) SOLOMON, Ann Arbor, Mich.; Amanda SOLOMON, Brookfield; Lea Anne (SCOTT) HOELZEL, Neenah; Sarah (JAMIN) BOWEN, Appleton; five great-grandchildren, Kiela HOELZEL, Jarik and Jaina BOWEN, Zoe and Mia SOLOMON; a brother-in-law, Leonard BEARD, Appleton; and two cousins, Ralph (Mae) SMITH, Sturgeon Bay; and Clyde SMITH, Sturgeon Bay-preceded in death by wife of 70 years, Phyllis HERRBOLD-private family memorial held for Philip and his wife, Phyllis at a later date-Interment in Highland Memorial Park-KESSLER Funeral Home, Neenah


HICKEY, C. Hugh/b. 16 May 1925-d. 2 Nov 2010; *Source: OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Wed. 10 Nov 2010: C. Hugh HICKEY, M.D. born 16 May 1925-(85)-Survivors: Dave (Pat), Beth, Kim (Karl), Adam, Evan and Maddie: Sue (John). Laura (Jamie), Cooper, Jakob, Ella, Evie, Jessi (Thomas), Ben, Luke, Ali, Sweet Anna and Jacob; Colleen (Mark), Keelan, Hugh; Giff (Liz), Aimee (Taylor), Betty, Michael, Amanda, Taylor, Chris (Dave) (Mike), Jamie, Aaron, Seth; Annie (Howie), Molly; Jenny and Marshall; Julia (Dan), Jett and Julia, his brother, Paul (Sally), his "magic time" love, Beth-Physician and orthopaedic surgeon, sailor, poet, teacher, renaissance man-Doc in the original '"MASH", led a life of service to others before self-deep appreciation to Good Samaritan Scandia Village staff at 10560 Applewood Rd., Sister Bay, WI 54234-Celebration of Hugh's life at a later date-CASPERSON Funeral Home.


HOFFMAN, Nicholas, Sr./b. 25 Dec 1921, Dysart, Saskatchewan, Canada-d. Sat. 13 Feb 2010, Golden Living Center-Dorchester, Sturgeon Bay, Door, WI-OBITUARY: HUEHNS Funeral Home: (88), of Whitefish Bay Road, Sturgeon Bay, formerly of Merrill, Wisconsin-parents: son of the late Andrew and Marie LAWREK-raised in the United States by Anna and Frederick HOFFMANN-served his country during WWII with the U.S. Army from 1939 to 1945-Married, 1945, Augusta MIKISH-one son, Donald-worked at Midwest Packing in Milwaukee from 1947 to 1964-(2)married Marilyn A. KOEPP, Jun 1964-moved to Merrill and bought her uncles tavern business-owned and operated Nick’s Bar from 1964 to 1991-worked as a deputy sheriff for Lincoln County from 1966 to 1978-member of the American Legion, VFW, the Deputy Sheriffs Association, Order of the Moose-Survivors include his wife, Marilyn of Sturgeon Bay; two sons, Donn HOFFMANN of Milwaukee, Nicholas Jr. (Nicole) HOFFMANN of Brussels; two grandsons, Cody HOFFMANN, and Torey EYTCHESON; and his sister, Eva ZAMIS of Canada-Preceding him in death were his parents, and seven siblings-Funeral services, Saturday, 27 Feb 2010, Huehns Funeral Home in Sturgeon Bay.


HOLLAND, John David/b. 13 Jul 1928, Chicago, Illinois-d. Thurs., 16 Sep 2010, Good Samaritan Scandia Village, Sister Bay, Door Co., WI; OBITUARY-CASPERSON Funeral Home: John David HOLLAND, (82)-was adopted by Mrs. Anna Grace HOLLAND-spent his early school years in Chicago and high school at Principia in St. Louis-graduated from Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago in 1950 with a degree in Architecture-married on 7 Jul 1951 to the former Betty MICKELSON of Sister Bay-served in the United States Army during the Korean conflict-After his tour of duty, settled in the Chicago area-lived in Lincolnshire, Illinois for 37 years-was an Elder at First Presbyterian Church in Deerfield, Illinois-During that time, he designed many schools and later concentrated on churches and nursing homes, among them Alexian Village in Milwaukee and Bishop Noa Home in Escanaba, Michigan-retired to Sister Bay in 1993-was a member of Sister Bay Moravian -enjoyed flying his own plane, sailing his boat, a love for music and most of all his family-survived by his wife of 59 years, Betty, son Jeffrey (Jill), Libertyville, Illinois, daughters Karen LEWIS, Plymouth, Minnesota and Susan ERICKSON, Buffalo Grove, Illinois, grandchildren, David LEWIS ( Jenny), Megan YATES (Jeffrey), Jessica HOLLAND, Jack HOLLAND, Kirsten ERICKSON and Amy ERICKSON, sisters-in-law June BELL and Lucille (Richard) KOSTKA and many nieces and nephews-memorial service will be held Monday, 27 Sep at the Sister Bay Moravian Church -CASPERSON Funeral Home -


HOSTAK, Leona L./b. 19 Sep 1916, Algoma, Kewaunee Co., WI-d. 24 Mar 2010: OBITUARY-Schinderle Funeral Home: Leona L. Hostak, 93, Sturgeon Bay, formerly of Algoma-parents: Louie and Alvina (ZASTROW) HOFFMANN-Married in 1936 to Harold E. HOSTAK in Algoma-lived there for over 45 years-celebrated 65 years together-was a retired professional organist-performed at area supper clubs in Door, Kewaunee and Brown counties-In 1986 she and her husband moved to Cape Coral, FL., where they were chartered members of the "Abiding Love Church" (W.E.L.S.)-survived by her daughter Diane (Dennis) SMITH, Sturgeon Bay, one daughter-in-law, Green Bay; six grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandchild and one brother Marvin HOFFMANN-preceded in death by her husband, Harold, one son Terry, two sisters Viola and Mabel and two brothers Lawrence and Elmer-Memorial service at SCHINDERLE FUNERAL HOME, Algoma Saturday, 17 Apr 2010, Rev. Darrick KOLTERJAHN-Burial at the Evergreen Cemetery, Algoma-SCHINDERLE Funeral Home.


HUCEK, Robert Donald/b. 21 Aug 1925, Algoma, Kewaunee Co., WI-d. 12 Nov 2009, Bellin Memorial Hospital, Green Bay, Brown, WI; OBITUARY-SCHINDERLE Funeral Home, Algoma: Robert Donald Hucek, (84), Algoma-parents: John and Rose(CESAR) HUCEK-entered the US Navy 1943 and served during W.W.II-After discharge in 1946 worked for Wisconsin Public Service for many years-married June FAGG 14 Sep 1950-active Boy Scout Leader for many years-member of the American Legion Post 236, Algoma-survived by wife, June,  four sons: Bob (Suzanne) HUCEK, Tom HUCEK, Michael HUCEK, and Tim (Elke) HUCEK; four grandchildren Tucker MAGGIO-HUCEK, Dylan MAGGIO-HUCEK, Liam HUCEK and Devon HUCEK; and one brother Ken HUCEK-preceded in death by parents, John and Rose, four brothers Dick, Harold, John and Jim and daughter-in-law Paula married to Tom HUCEK-Private family services at a later date-SCHINDERLE Funeral Home, Algoma WI.

HUNSADER, Kenneth L./b. 22 Nov 1938, Alaska, WI-d. Sun. 30 Aug 2009, at home, Sturgeon Bay, Door, WI; OBITUARY: FORBES Funeral Home: Kenneth L. Hunsader, 70, of Sturgeon Bay, passed away peacefully-parents: Ed and Ruth (CEPEK) HUNSADER-graduated from Casco High School in 1956-attended NWTC in 1957-married Eugenia “Jean” BELLIN on 10 Aug 1957 at St. Hubert Church in Rosiere-served in the U. S. Army Reserve from 1957-1962-specialized in engineering-was a manager of the Engineering Department at Feeco International-In 1986 Ken and Jean moved to Sturgeon Bay where he managed an Engineering Department at Therma-Tron-X Inc.-ordained as a Deacon in the Catholic Church on 22 May 1982- Parish Diaconal assignments included Sts Peter and Paul, Green Bay; St. Mary’s, Namur; St. Joseph, Sturgeon Bay and St. Francis & St. Mary, Brussels-His role as a deacon included baptism, annulments, marriages and prayer services at Door County Memorial Hospital-wintered in Arizona-Survivors include his wife, Jean, of 52 years, their three children, Rebecca (Tom) JAKLIN, Sturgeon Bay, Kelly (Kelly) HUNSADER, Luxemburg, Bryan (Paula) HUNSADER, Green Bay; five grandchildren, Desiree, Taylor, Meghan, Alyssa and Eric; two brothers, Dick (Joan) Hunsader, Dorchester, David (Pat) HUNSADER, Florence, KY;  brothers and sisters-in-law, Cleo and Kermit FRANDA, Ida and Harvey ROPSON, Adris BELLIN and Friend Jim DEVROY, Dick and Terry BELLIN, Andy and Bernadette BELLIN-preceded in death by his parents, father and mother-in-law, Ed and Helen BELLIN; sister, Diane (Gabe) LAURENT, brother-in-law, Alden (Agnes) BELLIN, sister-in-law, Geri BELLIN, brother-in-law, Larry HOLUB and brother-in-law, Mike ALBERTS-concelebrated mass conducted Wednesday, 2 Sep 2009 at St. Francis and St. Mary Parish, 9716 Cemetery Road, Brussels WI, Bishop David RICKEN as Celebrante and Rev. Pius COTTER as Consultant-FORBES Funeral Home.


IRWIN, Ralph "Bud", Jr./b. 12 Jul 1930, Niagara Falls, N.Y.-d. Sun. 11 Jul 2010, Harris Regional Hospital, Sylva, N.C.;  OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Wed. 4 Aug 2010: Ralph "Bud" IRWIN, Jr., (79), Sylva, N.C.-parents: the late Ralph and Mae (GOWAN) IRWIN Sr.-veteran of U.S. Navy, serving in Korea-retired environmental architect-worked in construction site preparation, specializing in nursing and retirement homes in Florida, Texas, Colorado and Connecticut-met sweetheart Beverly and retired in North Carolina-spent time with Beverly and his stepson, Jaye-preceded in death by parents and one son, Todd-Surviving are one son, Daniel; stepson, Jaye, Sylva; and Beverly.


ISAACSON, Arline/b. 25 Dec 1918, Town of Casco, WI-d. 30 Mar 2010, Sister Bay, Door, WI; OBITUARY-CASPERSON Funeral Home: Arline Isaacson-parents: Louis and Beatrice (SEEMAN) MARSICEK-survived by her children Deanna MAGADANZ of Monticello, WI; Eugene LHOST, Gary (Julie) LHOST, Leland (Jill) LHOST, all of Sister Bay and Nathan (Betsy) ISAACSON of Kaneohe, HI-grandchildren are Marie (Jeff) MICHEL, Curt MATHIESEN, Tammy (Mark) LAMPEREUR, Teresa (Jonathan) DILLER, Wallace (Kaila) LHOST, Heather (Jody) OLSON, Jody (Scott) WALKER, Shannon (Daniel) JUNGWIRTH, Holland (Andrew) GANTMAN, Sang Don John LHOST and Jeremy STONE. Additional survivors include 14 great grandchildren, 2 great-great grandchildren, a sister, Mary Jane SCHANILEC; a sister-in-law, Mabel MARSICEK and numerous nieces and nephews-preceded in death by her parents, a brother, a sister, two brothers-in-law and two sons-in-law-retired from Bellin Hospital in Green Bay at age 65, head chef for 13 years-memorial service Wed., 7 Apr in the Chapel at Scandia Village in Sister Bay, Pastor Delmar DAHL officiating-CASPERSON Funeral Home.


JADIN, Dorraine A./b. 21 Jan 1926, Namur, Door, WI-d. 8 Apr 2010, Golden Living Center-Dorcester: OBITUARY-FORBES FUneral Home: Dorraine A. JADIN 84, of Brussels-parents: Harvey and Palmy (CHAUDOIR) JEANQUART-attended Fairland Grade School and graduated from Brussels High School in 1943-Married on 2 Jun 1948 Ervin JADIN at Namur-active in farming with her husband of 62 years-After retiring from farming, she and her husband enjoyed spending winters in Florida for 10 years-member of St. Francis Church Choir for 50 years and also a member of the Catholic Order of Foresters-Survivors include her husband, Ervin; a daughter, Sue (Kurt) ROBERTSON, Brussels; two grandsons, Paul and Jonathan ROBERTSON; two sisters, Florence DECKER, Sturgeon Bay; Bernie (Al) MOORE, Brussels; a brother, Dennis (Sharon) JEANQUART, Brillion; many nieces and nephews-preceded in death by her parents, a son, Brian JADIN, and 3 brothers-in-law, Elmer DEDECKER, Jim JADIN, and Ted JADIN-Funeral Services Monday 12 Apr 2010 at FORBES Funeral Home in Sturgeon Bay and St. Francis and St. Mary Parish, Brussels, with the Rev. Pius COTTER-Entombment in the Shrine of Good Shepherd Mausoleum, Green Bay-FORBES Funeral Home.


JESSEN, Elizabeth "Betty"/b. 2 Mar 1936, Rosiere, Kewaunee Co., WI-d. Wed. 18 Aug 2010, Beloit Memorial Hospital, Beloit, WI; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Sat. 21 Aug 2010: Elizabeth "Betty" JESSEN, (74), of Beloit, WI-parents: Mary Ann (LACROSSE) KOSSOW-graduated from Algoma High School, class of 1954-married Thomas JESSEN on 18 Dec 1954 in St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Algoma, WI.-member of Good Shepherd Lutheran Church-survived by her husband, Thomas; four children, Terry (Cindy) JESSEN, Roscoe, IL, Peggy (BRADFORD) CAMPFIELD, Elkhorn, WI, Thomas JESSEN Jr., Beloit, WI, and Mary (Marc) NEWMAN, Cudahy, WI; five grandchildren, Jeremiah & Joshua JESSEN, Christopher and Timothy & Megan CAMPFIELD; one great grandchild, Gavin JESSEN; and one sister Lois (Thomas) HENDRICKS, Pulaski, WI-preceded in death by her mother Mary Ann KOSSOW-Funeral Service Monday, 23 Aug 2010 at GOOD SHEPHERD LUTHERAN CHURCH, 2447 Park Ave., Beloit, WI, with Pastor David MEYER officiating-Interment on Monday in the Evergreen Cemetery, Algoma, WI-BRIAN G. MARK Funeral Home, 1000 Inman Parkway, Beloit WI 608-362-2000


JEZIORSKI, Joyce (SHALLOCK)/b. 4 Jun 1929, Rhinelander, WI-d. Thurs. 18 Nov 2010, West Allis Memorial Hospital, West Allis, WI; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Sat. 20 Nov 2010: JEZIORSKI (nee SHALLOCK), Random Lake formerly of Cedarburg and Egg Harbor passed away peacefully the age of 81 years-parents: the late Charles and Clara (nee HORN) SCHALLOCK-married Chester JEZIORSKI on 14 Oct 1950, at First Immanuel Lutheran Church in Cedarburg-was a retiree of EST Co. in Grafton-resided in Egg Harbor for nine years-survived by her husband, Chester JEZIORSKI, Random Lake; her two sons, Steve JEZIORSKI (Janet), West Bend; and David JEZIORSKI (Diane), Fredonia; grandchildren, Robert (Dawn) JEZIORSKI, Kewaskum; Amy Lynn (Adam) HACKMAN, Crest Hill, Ill.; Michelle (Glen) GILDEMEISTER, Random Lake; and Paul JEZIORSKI, Adell-further survived by five great-grandchildren, sisters-in-law, brothers-in-law other relatives and friends-Funeral services held on Monday 22 Nov 2010 at St. Johns Lutheran Church, 824 Fredonia Ave., in Fredonia-Interment at church cemetery-MUELLER Funeral Homes and Crematory in Cedarburg, www.mueller


JOHNSON, Axel "Al" Albert Otto/b. 9 Dec 1925, Chicago, IL-d. Sat. 12 Jun 2010, Door County Memorial Hospital, Sturgeon Bay, Door, WI; OBITUARY-CASPERSON Funeral Home: Axel "Al" Albert Otto Johnson Al Johnson, 84, of Sister Bay, Door County, WI-was the owner of Al Johnson's Swedish Restaurant in Sister Bay, WI for the past 61 years-parents: Peter Axel and Edith Sofia JOHNSON-spent his childhood between Chicago, Door County, and Sweden-attended Holy Family grade school, St. Ignatius Prep., and graduated Marquette University-Prior to attending Marquette enlisted in the U.S. Army in 1944 where he volunteered for the 101st Airborne-After World War II, he finished his education at Marquette with a degree in criminology and philosophy-In 1949 he returned to Door County to open what is now Al Johnson's Swedish Restaurant & Butiks-married on 27 Feb 1960 to Ingert Maria Forsberg of Osterbymo, Sweden-Together they went on to raise their family and establish their business into an internationally known landmark (commonly referred to as "the place with the goats on the roof!")-was an active community member serving on the Gibraltar School Board, Sister Bay Village Board and Planning Committee, Door County Police Commission, and founding member of Scandia Retirement Village-survived by his wife Ingert, his five children: Lars (Jill), Annika, Rolf (Lori), John (Emily), Dennis (Ellen), and his dog Torre-has ten grandchildren: Bjorn, Thor, Bo, Jesper, Chase, Ethan, Taylyn, Trevon, Tyra, and Enya-Nieces: Laura Lee BASHAW and Patti DURHAM, and Nephews: Mike and Mark LIPTROT-preceded in death by his parents and his sister Mildred (Mrs. Frank LIPTROT)-memorial service held at Stella Maris Parish Catholic Church in Sister Bay on Friday 18 Jun 2010, Reverends Michael BRECKE and Delmar DAHL-CASPERSON Funeral Home:


JOHNSSON, Helfrid V./ b. 26 Feb 1914, Sweden-d. 13 Oct 2010, Scandia Village, Sister Bay, Wis.; *Source: Door Co. Advocate-Wed. 20 Oct 2010: Helfrid V. JOHNSSON, (96), Sister Bay, Wis.-parents: Anders and Jenny NILSSON-survived by her daughter, Berit STOLBERG and five grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren-preceded in death by her husband, Caleb, parents, one daughter, Birgitta and one grandson-Memorial Services held in the Gathering Room at the Meadows of Scandia Village on Saturday 13 Nov 2010-CASPERSON Funeral Home,


KARLHEIM, Wilhelm H. "Chef Willy"/died 16 Jun 2010; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Sat. 19 Jun 2010: Wilhelm H. "Chef Willy" KARLHEIM-age (73)- Survived  by daughter Linda (John) WALLACE; son, Robert (Intaly) KARLHEIM; grandchildren, Courtney, Robbie and Kiley KARLHEIM; loving friends, John McNICHOLAS and Colleen OLIVER-no services at Willy's request-condolences may be sent to family at Wilhelm KARLHEIM Family, 4100 W. ElDorado Pkway PMB 100-422, McKinney, TX 75070.


KELLOUGH, Fyrn HEDEEN/b. 15 Apr 1914, Sister Bay, Door Co., WI-d. 14 Feb 2010, Monona, WI-OBITUARY: Door Co. Advocate-Wed. 17 Feb 2010: (95), Monona, passed away at HospiceCare-Parents: Daniel and Elizabeth (SEAQUIST) HEDEEN-grew up in Sister Bay with her 12 brothers and sisters-graduated as salutatorian from Gibraltar High School in 1932-attended Chicago Business College-worked as an executive secretary-Married Les KELLOUGH, 19 Feb 1951-resided in Chicago until 1960-moved with her husband and their two small children to Monona in 1960-member of Monona Oaks Community Church-Surviving: children, Robert KELLOUGH and Lynn (Tom) RICHTMAN; grandchildren, Hannah and Sam RICHTMAN; numerous nieces, nephews, and extended family-preceded in death by husband, Les in 1996; and her daughter-in-law, Karen AXNESS in 1996-Funeral services held at MONONA OAKS COMMUNITY CHURCH Thursday 25 Feb 2010-Gunderson East Funeral & Cremation Centers, 5203 Monona Drive, Monona, WI.


KENDZIORA, Regina "Reggie" H./b. 17 Aug 1922, Milwaukee, WI-d. Tues. 11 May 2010, Golden Living Center-Dorchester, Sturgeon Bay, Door, WI; OBITUARY-HUEHNS Funeral Home: Regina “Reggie” H. Kendziora, 87 years, of Sturgeon Bay, formerly of Milwaukee, passed away Tuesday evening, May 11, 2010 at Golden Living Center - Dorchester-parents: Polish immigrants Ignacious and Pearl (MADAJEWSKI) STANECKI-married Clement KENDZIORA-employed at Goldman’s Department Store in Milwaukee-past President of AMVETS Auxiliary Post #60 in Milwaukee and past AMVETS Auxiliary State President-member of St. Jerrard’s until it’s closing, and St. Mary Magdalen Catholic Church-ministered to by Fr. Carl SCHMITT and Fr. BIRDSALL of Corpus Christi Catholic Church while in Sturgeon Bay-Survivors include her brother, Ted STANECKI of Las Vegas; three grandchildren, Kevin and Kenneth MILLER, and Kimberly HALL; sister-in-law, Betty STANECKI of Sturgeon Bay; nieces and nephews-Preceding her in death were her parents; husband; daughter, Christine MILLER; brother, Norbert STANECKI; and sister-in-law, Renette STANECKI-Mass of Christian Burial celebrated at Corpus Christi Catholic Church in Sturgeon Bay on Monday (17 May 2010), Fr. Carl SCHMITT and Fr. Anthony BIRDSALL officiating-Entombment made at St. Adalbert Cemetery in Milwaukee (13th and Howard) on Tuesday 18 May 2010-Memorials may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association-HUEHNS Funeral Home.


KENZIK, Elizabeth H./b. 29 Jun 1912-d. 18 Sep 2010, Kewaunee Care Center, Kewaunee, WI-OBITUARY, Door Co. Advocate-Wed. 22 Sep 2010: Elizabeth H. KENZIK, (98), passed away peacefully-parents: Ralph and Johanna WOODALL-married to William Vincent KENZIK II on 28 Jun 1933-resided in Dayton, Ohio, almost her entire life, before moving to Algoma in July 2000-survived by her children, William V. KENZIK III ( Marietta), Algoma, Wis.; Lois PIERCE, Eaton, Ohio; and Barbara (Donald) STURGEON, Dayton, Ohio-further survived by eight grandchildren, Michelle (Greg) LeCAPTAIN, Beaver Dam, Wis.; Brian KENZIK, Sturgeon Bay, Wis.; Lori PIERCE, Dayton, Ohio; Julie PIERCE, Cambridge City, Ind.; Ronald (Mary) PIERCE, Enon, Ohio; Patrick (Nicole) PIERCE, Eaton, Ohio; Michael (Missy) STURGEON, Lebanon, Ohio; and Matthew (Courtney) STURGEON, Beavercreek, Ohio-also leaves behind 17 great-grandchildren, three great-great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews- preceded in death by her husband, William, 3 Feb 1985; three brothers and one sister-in-law, Art, Robert and Clarence (Kathryn) WOODALL; one sister and brother-in-law Alma (George) TYLER; daughter-in-law, Arlene KENZIK; and son-in-law, Ronald PIERCE-Mass of Christian Burial will be at Holy Trinity Church, Dayton, Ohio-Interment at Calvary Cemetery in Dayton, Ohio-The family wishes to thank Fr. Bill SWICHTENBERG and Kathy ZEMAN at St. Mary Parish in Algoma, Wis., and the SCHINDERLE Funeral Home, Algoma, Wis., for helping with the funeral arrangements-SCHINDERLE Funeral Home

KESSEN, Eugene "Gene"/b. 6 Jul 1936, Sturgeon Bay, Door, WI-d. Sat. 23 Jan 2010, Door County Memorial Hospital, Sturgeon Bay, Door, WI; OBITUARY-Door County Daily Jan 2010: Eugene "Gene" KESSEN, (73), of Sturgeon Bay-parents: late Henry and Madonna (CARMODY) KESSEN-graduated from Sevastopol High School in 1954-married Sharon D. HERBST 6 Sep 1958 at S.S. Peter and Paul Catholic Church-worked at Amity Leather-bar and restaurant owner-leased the original Happy Hour until it burned in May of 1966-rebuilt in 1968-owned it until Nov 1978-purchased the Nightingale in Dec 1980-sold it in 1984 when retired-1987 came out of retirement and purchased Geno's Port Pub in Jacksonport, operated it until 1991-bartended part-time-Survivors include wife Sharon of Sturgeon Bay, three daughters, Brenda (Dan) LEIST, Laurie (Jeff) SCHARTNER, Terrie (Steve) HAEN all of Sturgeon Bay; son Jeff KESSEN of Orlando FL; nine grandchildren: Chelsea, Dane and Marli LEIST; Calle (Jake) STULTS, Erin and Alec SCHARTNER; Casey, Luke and Logan HAEN-Mass of Christian Burial Thurs. 28 Jan 2010 at Corpus Christi Catholic Church, Fr. Carl SCHMITT-HUEHNS Funeral Home.


KINCAIDE, Dave/d. Fri. 27 Aug 2010, Pinecrest Medical Care Facility, Powers, MI?; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Wed. 1 Sep 2010: Dave KINCAIDE, (91), Escanaba, former Washington Island resident-SKRADSKI-BOYCE Funeral Home in Escanaba-Military Rites conducted by the Delta County Veterans Council at the funeral home-Memorial Services held at the funeral home with Rev. Darin KELSEY officiating-luncheon served at the Harbor Towers in Escanaba- In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions in Dave's name may be directed to the American Lung Association-The SKRADSKI-BOYCE Family Funeral Home is assisting the Kincaide family


KING, Myrtle K. (KRUEGER) WESA/b. 14 Jun 1914, Carlsville, Door, WI-d. Wed. 24 Mar 2010, at home, Florida; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Wed. 31 Mar 2010: Myrtle K. (Wesa) King, 95, longtime resident of Green Bay and Door County-parents: Emil and Pearl (EICHINGER) KRUEGER-married 17 Jun 1936 Harold WESA-owned and operated a farm in Fish Creek-He preceded her in death in 1957-moved to Green Bay to be a beautician-was employed at Regis Hair Salon for seven years-employed at Americana West as a CNA and beautician-married William J. "Bill" KING on 23 Nov 1961, in Green Bay-moved to Florida in 1972-he preceded her in death on 13 Jun 1974-member of the Royal Neighbors and the Altar Rosary Society at St. Mary's of the Lake Catholic Church-survived by two daughters, Kay KLIMOSKI and Suzanne WESA; a daughter-in-law, Renee WESA; five grandchildren, Gary, Jr. (Julie) WESA, Scott (Cherie) WESA, Kelly (Brian) WOLF, Kyle KLIMOSKI, Kory KLIMOSKI and Angela; seven great-grandchildren, Taylor WESA, Garret WESA, Maria WESA, Kirsten WESA, Josey WOLF, Zaeno WOLF and Kristopher KLIMOSKI; a sister, Goldie (Dr. Frank) LANDIS; two step-children, Steven KING and Peggy (Ted) POLAK; and step-grandchildren-preceded in death by her parents; her two husbands, Harold WESA and Bill KING; a son, Gary WESA; a son-in-law, Roger KLIMOSKI; two brothers, Donald KRUEGER and Alton KRUEGER-BLANEY Funeral Home, 1521 Shawano Ave.-Funeral Service Tues. 30 Mar 2010 at the funeral home, Sr. Toni JENDRASIAK, SSND-BLANEY Funeral Home-


KINNARD, Sharon L./b. 2 Jul 1949, Hillsboro, WI-d. Fri. 19 Nov 2010, at home, Brussels, Door Co., WI; OBITUARY-SCHINDERLE Funeral Home: Sharon L. KINNARD, (61), Brussels- parents: Bernard and Alice (KOZLOWSKI) BENDER-lived in Elroy with her family-married to Michael J. KINNARD Sr. in Elroy on 26 Feb 1972-moved to Neenah were they lived for nine years, then they moved to Appleton for 18 years-in 2000 they built and moved into their present home in Brussels-was very involved in the Boy Scouts as a Scout Master for many years-belonged to the PTA when they lived in Appleton and taught CCD at St. Bernard's in Appleton and then at St. Frances/St. Mary's in Brussels-enjoyed tractor pulling, they even made two tracks on their land for tractor pulls. Sharon even took tractors down the track and got two first place trophies the few times she went down the track. She always enjoyed helping Mike with the tractor pull they had on their land, except this year with her health she was not able to take part-survived by her husband Mike Sr., her four children, Michael Jr. (Diane) KINNARD, Green Bay; Mathew (Becky) KINNARD, Potter; Mitchell (Gretchen) KINNARD, Appleton; and Melissa (James) KADING, Neenah; four grandchildren, Taylor, Dakota, Colby and Ella; her parents, Bernard (Alice) BENDER, five brothers, James (Kristine) BENDER, Dennis (Joe) (Kristy) BENDER, George (Sherry) BENDER, Thomas (Charlene) BENDER and Allen (Jill) BENDER; five sisters Carol BENDER, Janet DAHL, Donna (Henry) HANSEN, Diane (Mark) HIBBARD and Frances (James) BAUMANN; many aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews-preceded in death by one son Martin and one brother Rodney-services at SCHINDERLE FUNERAL HOME, Algoma, Tuesday, 23 Nov 2010 with Rev. Pious COTTER officiating-Private burial at a later date-SCHINDERLE Funeral Home,


KINSEY, Deloris Marie BIECHLER/b. 16 Feb 1927, Egg Harbor, Door Co., WI-d. New Philadelphia; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Wed. 21 Jul 2010: Deloris Marie BIECHLER KINSEY, (83), New Philadelphia, passed away early Thursday morning, 15 Jul 2010-parents: the late Edward George and Lillian Adele (DUQUAINE) CARMODY-graduated from Gilbralter High School-married her late husband, Donald W. BIECHLER-During World War II, it is noteworthy that Deloris worked as a welder in the shipyards in Sturgeon Bay-raised her four children until the untimely death of Donald-returned to school and entered the workforce as a bookkeeper-employed at Ridgecrest Memory Gardens in Dover, later working at and retiring from Goodwill Industries-In October of 1980, married her second husband, Allen KINSEY, who preceded her in death on 31 May 1985-church memberships began at the former St. Aloysius Catholic Church, then at St. Patrick's Church in Mineral City, and currently was a member at Sacred Heart Church in New Philadelphia-active as a Foster Grandparent at Indian Valley and Claymont-member of the former Parents Without Partners group-three surviving children, Donald BIECHLER of Canton, Darrel (companion, Dayna EUHUS) BIECHLER of New Philadelphia, and Debra ITTIKRAICHAREON of Westerville; her daughter-in-law, Lynn BIECHLER of New Philadelphia; her step-daughter, Lois KINSEY of Richmond, Virginia; her sisters, Arlene GILJOHAN of Cedarburg, Wisconsin and Joyce BUSS of Shawano, Wisconsin; her grandchildren, Marcie (Eric) KENDALL, Tara (David) KOROSI, Tammy (Brian) GAWLAK, Katie BIECHLER, Kelly BIECHLER, Sarah BIECHLER, Jason BIECHLER, Dawn BIECHLER, Amy ITTIKRAICHAREON, Melanie JENNINGS, Matthew KIMBLE and Daniel KIMBLE; and 14 great-grandchildren-preceded in death by her parents and two husbands, her brother, Dick CARMODY; her sister, Buelah CARMODY; and her son, Daniel BIECHLER- Mass of Christian Burial celebrated by Father Jeff CONING in Sacred Heart Church on Monday - Burial will follow in Calvary Cemetery at Dover-Sacred Heart Church, 139 3rd St NE, New Philadelphia, O. 44663-Linn-Hert-Geib Funeral Home (330) 343-5506


KIRCHMAN, Lloyd "Bud"/b. Rio Creek, Wisconsin-d. 16 Jul 2010, Bellin Health, (Algoma? or Green Bay?); OBITUARY-SCHINDERLE Funeral Home: Lloyd "Bud" KIRCHMAN of Algoma, Wisconsin, (84), passed away at Bellin Health on 16 Jul 2010 after a brief illness with his family by his side-parents: William and Viola (SELL) KIRCHMAN-one of five children-survived by his sisters Eleanor BAUMANN, Violet McCOSKEY, and Shirley KIRCHMAN-life-long resident of the Algoma area-attended St. Paul’s Lutheran Elementary School and Algoma High School graduating in 1943-enlisted in the United States Navy 1943-served honorably in the Pacific Theater in World War II-fought in many notable battles, including the Battle of Iwo Jima in February and March, 1945-honorably discharged from active service on March 31, 1946-attended St. Norbert’s College in Green Bay for two years-1947 met Mary Ann JEANQUART-were married in the Rectory of St. Mary’s Church, Algoma, in January, 1948-marriage lasting 62 years-earned his electrician’s license in the Navy and after serving, worked for Wisconsin Public Service as a lineman for many years-joined Ray Fulweiler and Paige Knipher as a founding employee of the Wisconsin Label Corporation- retired from the company at the age of 62-member of St. Mary’s Church in Algoma-basketball coach for St. Mary’ School, on the Parks and Recreation Board for the City of Algoma, on the local School Board, and on the Citizen’s Utility Board- loved his town and the lake that gives it its identity-maintained a fishing boat for many years, traveling out onto the "Big Pond" in search of Coho salmon and trout-expert trout boiler-For many years, the couple spent the winter months in Gulf Shores, Alabama-preceded in death by both of his parents, his sister, Florence, brothers-in-law, John McCOSKEY, Joe BOHMAN, and Del WEBER-survived by his wife, Mary Ann and their children and spouses: Katherine and Edward GALLIGAN of Franconia, NH; Thomas KIRCHMAN of Milwaukee; Timothy KIRCHMAN and Xiaoli ZHANG of Chestnut Hill, MA; Susan and Mike HAFFMAN, Beth KIRCHMAN and John BAUMANN, and Carrie and Paul VANDERSTEEG, all of Green Bay-had 10 grandchildren: Ben KIRCHMAN, Patrick and Caitlin KIRCHMAN GALLIGAN, Autumn KIRCHMAN and Jessica BAUMANN, Mary, Grace, and Lee VANDERSTEEG, and Tara and William KIRCHMAN-His sisters Eleanor BOHMAN, Violet McCOSKEY, and Shirley KIRCHMAN and many nieces, nephews, and cousins also survive-Mass of Christian burial Tuesday 20 Jul 2010 at St. Mary Church, Rev. Bill SWICHTENBERG officiating-Full Military Rites after the Mass-Military service at 6 p.m. Monday at the funeral home with a Prayer service at 7 p.m. to follow-SCHINDERLE Funeral Home, Algoma, WI:


KITTINGER, James/b. in Milwaukee, WI-d. Fri. 27 Aug 2010, at home, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI; OBITUARY-HUEHNS Funeral Home: James KITTINGER, of Sturgeon Bay-parents: the late Harold and Ruth Edna (BROWN) KITTINGER-Following his graduation from Greendale High School-served four years in the U.S. Navy-worked as a computer operator for Mobile Corporation in Milwaukee and AVX a ceramic capacitor manufacturer in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina until his health caused him to retire in 1982-married Eden LIM on 25 May 1990 in Cebu City, Philippines-was an avid football fan and enjoyed watching games on TV-Survivors include his wife, Eden of Sturgeon Bay; three sons, Brad of Milwaukee, Brian (Jill) (and their son, Lucas) of Chicago, Illinois, Brett (friend, Samantha O’HERN) of Sturgeon Bay; daughter, Jamie (Eric) BUESING of Pewaukee; his brother, Gene (Cookie) KITTINGER of Wynlette, California; nephew, Todd KITTINGER; and his children’s mother, Diane KITTINGER of Sturgeon Bay-Private services will be held in Milwaukee-Burial will be at Arlington Cemetery at 27th St. in Milwaukee-Memorials may be given in his memory to the National MS society-HUEHNS Funeral Home:


KLEIN, LeRoy D./b. 13 Dec 1942-d. 29 29 Sep 2010, at home, Brussels, Door Co., WI; OBITUARY-FORBES Funeral Home: LeRoy D. KLEIN, (67), of Brussels-parents: Leonard and Adeline (ELLESTAD) KLEIN-married on 2 May 1964 to Karen STELDT in Chilton, WI-served his country in the U.S. Marine Corps from 1962 until 1966-graduated from UW Milwaukee with a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice and from the F.B.I. National Academy in Quantico, Virginia-    After his military service entered law enforcement as a police officer for the city of Milwaukee-After 9 years, moved to Door County to work as a deputy for the Door County Sheriff’s Department-1981, Gov. DREYFUS appointed him Sheriff of Door County-was then elected Sheriff and served until 1986- retired from the sheriff’s department as a sergeant in 2001-served as president on the Southern Door School Board-was active in the Brussels’s Lion’s Club, the United Way, Badger State Sheriff’s Association, and the Civil Air Patrol-Survivors include his wife, Karen; four children, Kandice (Chuck) BRETL, Brussels; Kimberly (David) WILLIAMS, Harwood, MD; Kristopher (Mishel) KLEIN, Huntley, IL; Kevin (Hilary) KLEIN, Arnold, MD; eleven grandchildren, his father, Leonard KLEIN, King, WI; two sisters; and four brothers-preceded in death by his mother, Adeline-memorial service in celebration of his life on Sunday, 3 Oct 2010 at the Brussels Community Center-In lieu of flowers, memorials may be directed to the Leroy Klein Scholarship Fund.  Forbes Funeral Home-special thanks to Dr. Patel, Lori and Kate, and the other nurses and staff at the Vince Lombardi Cancer Clinic for the wonderful care given to LeRoy-FORBES Funeral Home. 


KLEPP, Wally/Memorial service: 26 Jun 2010 at 8251 White Cliff Rd., Fish Creek.


KOHOUT, Audrey/b. 16 Oct 1925, Stamford, CT-d. 20 Dec 2010, Cardinal Ridge, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI; Source-OBITUARY-FORBES Funeral Home: Audrey KOHOUT-Audie's parents: Jack and Burnzetta (COOK) KLEONER-raised by her grandparents Samuel and Elizabeth COOK-At age sixteen she met Robert E. KOHOUT in Star Confectionary, a soda shop-In August of 1942 she joined him when he was training at the Memphis Naval Air Station-she being under-aged in Tennessee, they crossed the Mississippi to Marion, AR where they were married-After the war, Bob returned to Stamford where they enjoyed their lives together until his death in 1970-e son, Robert R. KOHOUT-he survives along with his wife Susan and sons Rob (Los Angeles) and Matthew (Chicago)-For several years was personal assistant to author Anya Seton-later assisted in the care of elderly individuals-In 1991 she moved to Door County to be closer to family-lived in her home on 7th Place, which she transformed into a showplace-spring 2011, her cremated remains will be joined with those of her husband in the waters of Long Island Sound where they will once again be together-Forbes Funeral Home.


KORNTVED, John Michael/b. 20 Jun 1944, Sturgeon Bay, Door, WI-d. Sat. 26 Jun 2010; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Wed. 30 Jun 2010: John Michael KORNTVED, (66), passed away unexpectedly on Saturday, June 26, 2010-parents: late Jess and Elda (nee: BEUCHNER) KORNTVED-graduated from Racine Lutheran High School-served his country with the U. S. Navy-married on 23 Jul 1966, in Trinity Lutheran Church, Caledonia to Ethel PETERSON-employed by Teledyne Wisconsin Motors for over 28 years-also employed by the Metro Milwaukee Auto Auction and Promotions Unlimited-retired in 2007-member, and Union Steward, of the U.A.W. Local # 283-Surviving are his wife, Ethel; children, Michael "Mike" KORNTVED, Menasha; and Tracee (Dennis) OLSEN, Sturtevant; two grandsons, Derek and Brian OLSEN; three sisters, Mary KORNTVED, Barbara KORNTVED, both of Milwaukee; and Linda (Kevin) ZIEBELL, Delafield, Wis.; along with nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends-Funeral Services Friday, 2 Jul 2010, with the funeral following at Epiphany Lutheran Church, 2917 Olive St., with Rev. Michael ZARLING. DRAEGER-LANGENDORF FUNERAL HOME AND CREMATORY, 4600 County Line Rd., 262-552-9000.


KOSSOW, Mary Ann/b. 9 May 1916, Rosiere, Door/Kewaunee Co., WI-d. Mon. 19 Apr 2010, Door Co. Memorial Hospital, Sturgeon Bay, WI; OBITUARY-SCHINDERLE Funeral Home:  Mary Ann KOSSOW, 93, Algoma-parents: Louis and Mary Leona (JANDRIN) LACROSSE-cleaning service for other peoples homes-seamstress, making all of her children's clothing-married Lorenz KOSSOW on 14 Nov 1939 and had two daughters, Betty and Lois. Lorenz preceded Mary Ann in death 22 Jun 1988-member of St. Paul's Lutheran Church-survived by her two daughters, Betty (Thomas) JESSEN, Beloit, Wis.; and Lois (Thomas) HENDRICKS, Pulaski, Wis.; five grandchildren, Terry (Cindy) JESSEN, Peggy (Brad) CAMPFIELD, Tom JESSEN Jr., Mary (Marc) NEWMAN and Todd (Dana) HENDRICKS; seven great-grandchildren, Jeremiah (Carrie), Joshua, Christopher (Cassie), Tim, Megan, Chase and Paige; one great-great-grandson, Gavin; many nieces and nephews-preceded in death by her parents, husband, Lorenz, and her other 18 brothers and sisters-funeral services at  St. Paul's Lutheran Church, 406 4th Street, Algoma Friday, 23 Apr 2010, Rev. Roy BEYER officiating-Burial in the Evergreen Cemetery-SCHINDERLE Funeral Home-


KRATERFIELD, Joy/b. 5 Feb 1922, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI-d. Fri. 30 Jul 2010, Whispering Pines CBRF, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI; OBITUARY-HUEHNS Funeral Home: Joy KRATERFIELD, (88), of Sturgeon Bay-parents: late Henry and Leona (STEINKE) ANSCHUTZ-graduate of Sturgeon Bay High School-worked as a waitress at Lenny’s and later at Andres-married on 24 Oct 1944 Earl KRATERFIELD at Corpus Christi Catholic Church-He preceded her in death on 21 Dec 1985-member of Corpus Christi Catholic Church-survived by her two daughters, Sharon (Fran) KLOTZ of Sturgeon Bay and Kathy (Jim) PETERSON of Sturgeon Bay; son, Gary (Susan) KRATERFIELD of Roanoke, VA; five grandchildren, Holly, Robyn, Crystal, Amber, and Elizabeth; six great-grandchildren; and one sister-in-law, Helen Jane ANSCHUTZ-preceded in death by her parents, husband, and brothers, Kenneth and Donald-mass of Christian Burial celebrated at Corpus Christi Catholic Church Tuesday, 3 Aug 2010  Fr. Carl Schmitt as celebrant-Entombment will be made at Shrine of Good Shepherd Mausoleum-Nicolet Memorial Gardens at Bay Settlement in Green Bay-Huehns Funeral Home


KRAUSS, Paula Sue FETHERSTON/b. 11 Jun 1922, Jackson, MI-d. 13 Sep 2010; OBITUARY-HUEHNS Funeral Home: Paula Sue FETHERSTON KRAUSS of Sturgeon Bay (88)-preceded in death by her husband of 57 years, Richard KRAUSS, and her daughter, Karon ALESON-survived by son Kit KRAUSS and his wife Margaret of San Geronimo, CA; daughter Kim WILLS and her husband Dr. Jeremy WILLS of Petoskey, MI; son-in law David ALESON of Waukesha, WI; son Kent KRAUSS and his wife Kathy of San Antonio, TX; son Kristopher KRAUSS and wife Kathy of Sturgeon Bay, WI; and son Jeremy KRAUSS and his wife Mary of Lake Geneva, WI.-also is survived by her brother, Dick FETHERSTON, of Verona, WI-Dick’s sons Rick and Dan and their families-26 grandchildren and 35 great grandchildren-parents: Paul L. FETHERSTON and Susibell (ARNOLD) FETHERSTON-moved to Lake Mills, WI when she was a small child, and later to Paoli, WI, where her father, and later her brother, operated the historic Paoli Mill-graduated from the University of Wisconsin – Madison with a degree in Art Education-was a gifted artist who particularly enjoyed painting-passed her love of art on to her children and both daughters also earned Art degrees and became gifted artists-Paula and Richard, who was born in Sturgeon Bay, were married on 21 Jun 1946 in Lake Mills, WI.-lived in Badger Village outside of Madison while Richard earned his Electrical Engineering degree following military service-Richard’ s long career with the General Electric Company took the family to Schenectady, N.Y., Minneapolis, Minn., Milwaukee, WI and Appleton, WI-six children-Every summer, the family vacationed in Sturgeon Bay-In 2002, Paula and Dick moved to Sturgeon Bay as their permanent home-special interest in her British heritage, and she and Richard enjoyed several trips to the British Isles in their later years-In tracing her family history Paula learned that she was related to Roger WILLIAMS, the founder of Rhode Island, and had relatives who fought in the American Revolutionary War-active in Rotary, traveling to several international conventions-Both earned the honor of Paul Harris Fellow-opened their home and hearts to many foreign exchange students over the years-Aunt Ruby HOUNSELL, whom Paula starting writing to while still a young girl, and continued to stay close to until Ruby passed away in her ‘90s. For many years after Ruby was widowed, Paula and Dick visited Ruby, had her visit for long periods of time and helped take care of her needs-Funeral services at the United Methodist Church, 836 Michigan St., Sturgeon Bay Saturday evening, 18 Sep 2010, Rev. Joe MITCHELL-HUEHNS Funeral Home


KRIST, Dorothy H./b. 24 Sep 1914, Chicago, Cook Co., IL-d. Sat. 2 Oct 2010; Source: OBITUARY-CASPERSON Funeral Home: Dorothy H. KRIST (96), died peacefully-parents: the late Harry & Olga LARSON-graduated from Schurz High School in Illinois-married Fred KRIST on 3 Sep 1932-In 1950 they moved to Port Washington, WI where they established a meat market & slaughter house-They then moved to Sister Bay, WI and founded Krist Foods-Survivors include two sons and daughters-in-law; Keith and Priscilla KRIST of Ephraim and Robert & Carla KRIST of Sister Bay and one daughter and son-in-law; Pamela and Ken BRUSKY of Sister Bay; four grandchildren and four great grand-daughters- preceded in death by her husband; Fred, one son; Fred Harry and her brother and her parents; Harry & Olga LARSON-Memorial Service celebrating Dorothy’s life will be held Saturday 6 Nov 2010 at St Paul’s Lutheran Church in Juddville, WI-Internment will be at Irving Park Cemetery in Chicago, IL-A Special thank you to Darlene MEYER, special friend and care giver, Pastor Mike BRECKE. CASPERSON Funeral Home


KRUEGER, CATHERINE L. "Kate"/b. 19 Jul 1918, Arpin, Wis.-d. Fri. 1 Oct 2010; Source: OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Sat. 9 Oct 2010: Catherine L. "Kate" KRUEGER, (92), Green Bay, died peacefully Friday, 1 Oct 2010, at a local nursing home-parents: Peter B. and Margaret A. (RYAN) MOLLET-graduated from Green Bay West High School in the Class of 1937-reunited often with her classmates over the years-married on 5 Jun 1948 to LeRoy "Lee" KRUEGER at Zion Methodist Church-over 48 years of marriage-Lee preceded her in death on 25 May 1997-member of St. Jude Parish since 1968-employed as a switchboard operator at Wisconsin Bell for 15 years-was a member of the Retired Telephone Operators-This group gathered monthly and called themselves "The Ma Bells"-wintered on Jekyll Island in Georgia for 26 years-survived by five children and their spouses, John "Jack" KRUEGER, Green Bay; Thomas KRUEGER, Seymour; Mark and Jeanine KRUEGER, Ross KRUEGER, all of Green Bay; Kathy and Tim FUERST, Sturgeon Bay; 13 grandchildren, Lori BOWEN, David (Darla) KRUEGER, Scott (Teri) KRUEGER, Lisa (Marty) VANDENBERG, Nicole (Nuno) GOMES, Paul KRUEGER, Timothy (Jessica) KRUEGER, Karen (Jason) LORITZ, Anne KRUEGER and her fiance, Mike LARSEN, Michael (Kyoung Min) KRUEGER, Daniel (Desiree) SZYMANSKI, Melissa SZYMANSKI, Timothy "Joey" FUERST II; 20 great-grandchildren; three great-great-grandchildren; a sister-in-law, Dorothy MOLLET, Green Bay; a special niece, Dori DeCLEENE; many other nieces, nephews, cousins and relatives and friends-preceded in death by her husband, LeRoy "Lee" KRUEGER; her parents; three brothers, Bernard, Charles and Francis MOLLET; and a sister, Margaret ANDERSON-BLANEY Funeral Home, 1521 Shawano Ave., Green Bay, Sunday, Oct. 10, 2010-Parish Wake service held Sunday- St. Jude Catholic Church, 1420 Division St., Green Bay, Monday, 11 Oct 2010-Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Monday at the church with the Rev. Timothy BRANDT officiating-Entombment will be in the Shrine of the Good Shepherd Mausoleum-BLANEY Funeral Home, www.blaneyfuneralhome .com .


KRUSWICK, Warren/b. 29 Jan 1930, Kewaunee Co., WI-d. Wed. 6 Oct 2010, Parkview Manor, Algoma, Kewaunee Co., WI; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-sat. 9 Oct 2010: Warren KRUSWICK, (80), Algoma, passed away Wednesday, 6 Oct 2010, after a long battle with Parkinson's disease at Parkview Manor-parents: the late Frank and Lucille (ROTH) KRUSWICK-Warren married Cecelia DeVILLERS 11 Apr 1953, at St. Hubert Catholic Church, Rosiere-co-founder of the Southern Door Fire Department and was a supervisor on Town and County Boards-loved farming and was involved in the FFA-in the Army for two years during the Korean War-survived by his beloved wife of 57 years, Cecelia; children, Sue (Tom) TORSTENSON, Michael (Peggie) KRUSWICK, Cynthia (Gerald) VERNOSH, Bruce (special friend, Paula) KRUSWICK, Dennis (Lisa) KRUSWICK, Candace (Scott) KOLSTAD; grandchildren, Ann MAEDKE, Matthew REINHART, Kristopher KRUSWICK, Katharine KRUSWICK, Katie KRAUTKRAMER, Elyse KRAUTKRAMER, Brandon KRUSWICK, Alex KRUSWICK, James KRUSWICK, Tyler KRUSWICK, Corey KRUSWICK, Amber KOLSTAD; two step- grandchildren, Casey COGGINS and Tylor TORSTENSON; nine great-grandchildren; a sister, Carol (Jim) DETAMPLE; nieces and nephews-preceded in death by three grandchildren, Jacob Francis KRUSWICK and two other little angels-WIESNER and MASSART Funeral Home, Algoma- Funeral service: St. Marys, Algoma, on Monday, 11 Oct with Fr. Bill SWICHTENBERG and Deacon Paul ZENEFSKI officiating-burial in St. Mary's Cemetery with full military rites-WIESNER and MASSART Funeral Home.


KUCHENBECKER, Herbert Milton/b. 15 Jul 1934, Green Bay, Brown Co., WI-d. Wed. 1 Sep 2010, at home, Egg Harbor, Door Co., WI; Source: OBITUARY-HUEHNS Funeral Home: Herbert Milton KUCHENBECKER, (76), of Egg Harbor, formerly of Green Bay-parents: the late Allen and Myrtle (ALLEN) KUCHENBECKER-graduated from Central Catholic High School in 1952-finished his education at U.W. Madison with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Agriculture in 1956-employed with A&P (Atlantic and Pacific) Cheese Company-worked with our U.S. government supervising operations and building dairy plants around the world to supply our troops with dairy products-Some of the dairy locations where he lived and worked included Spain, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, and Taipei-also lived for 15 years in Red Deer, Alberta, Canada-In 1992 moved to Vancouver, B.C. where he was the Vice President of DairyWorld Foods until his retirement-married Maureen R. WATSON on 2 Jul 1980 in Red Deer, Alberta, Canada-moved to Corpus Christi, Texas when Herb retired in 1995-searched around the country to find the 'perfect place' to retire and both decided Egg Harbor was the most perfect place they could find-Herb will be remembered for his wonderful sense of humor-known as the ‘Birdman of Egg Harbor’ when he and his dear friend Duke TEGEN began building bluebird houses and began placing some of them in meadows nearby-built many bluebird houses for the Egg Harbor area-an accomplished cook-survived by his dear wife, Maureen of Egg Harbor; his aunts, Bonnie KUCHENBECKER and Collette WERTEL both of Green Bay; cousins, Harland (Lillian) KUCHENBECKER of Brillion, Perry (Rosie) SYLVESTER of Crivitz and Jerry (Karen) SYLVESTER of Marinette- member of Stella Maris Parish in Egg Harbor-Memorial Mass celebrated Friday (10 Sep 2010) at Stella Maris Parish-Egg Harbor site, with Fr. David Ruby-HUEHNS Funeral Home,


KUETHER, Aletha "Lee" M. BATEMAN/b. 24 May 1927-d. Sun. 14 Feb 2010, St. Mary's, Felician Village, Manitowoc, WI-OBITUARY: Door County Advocate-Wed. 17 Feb 2010: (82), 1600 South 18th Street, Manitowoc, WI-parents: late Kermit and Margaret (HANSEN) BATEMAN-attended St. Luke School-graduated from Two Rivers High School in 1945-University of Wisconsin-Madison-graduated as valedictorian in 1949, degree in English Education-married Wesley D. KUETHER, 6 Aug 1949-lived in rural Manitowoc-"Lee", as she was known to her friends, taught English in the Manitowoc, Mishicot and Valders school systems-sailed the waters of Door County, upper Lake Michigan, Lake Huron, the North Channel and Florida's Gulf Coast-After retirement, Aletha and Wes spent their winters in Punta Gorda, Fla. and summers in Sturgeon Bay-Wesley passed away in 1996, Lee moved back to Manitowoc-member of St. Faith's Guild at St. James Church and assisted with the Head Start program for children-Survivors include one son and daughter-in-law, Robert and Eileen KUETHER, Newton; two grandchildren, Cindy (Andy) SCHARENBROCH, Madison; Mark KUETHER, Appleton; one great grandchild, Natalie, Madison; one brother, William BATEMAN, Manitowoc; and one sister-in-law, Mary KUETHER; Nieces, nephew, other relatives-preceded in death by parents and husband, Wesley-Funeral services: Thursday 18 Feb 2010, at St. James Episcopal Church, 434 North 8th Street, Manitowoc, Rev. Diane MURRAY-Burial at Holy Cross Cemetery in Two Rivers-REINBOLD & PFEFFER Family Funeral Home of Manitowoc.


KURZYNSKI, Ruth Grace/b. 3 Jul 1919, Milwaukee, WI-d. 10 Jul 2010, Woodview, Scandia Village, Sister Bay, Door Co., WI; OBITUARY-CASPERSON Funeral Home: Ruth G. KURZYNSKI (July 3, 1919 – July 10, 2010) Ruth Grace KURZNSKI, (91), was born to eternal life on 10 Jul 2010 at Woodview, Scandia Village in Sister Bay where she has lived for the past 12 1/2 years-the sixth child of Edward and Martha MILLER-married Anton L. KURZNSKI in 1940 who preceded her in death in 1997-survived by her daughter Jan (Bruce) MIELKE, nephews, cousins and friends-Burial took place in Milwaukee-A memorial service for Ruth held at Monday, 19 Jul 2010 in the Chapel at Scandia Village-Memorial contributions may be made to Scandia Village or Shepherd of the Bay Lutheran Church-CASPERSON Funeral Home.


LABOY, Ana Ligia/ b. 20 Jul 1935, Cali, Columbia-d. Thurs. 14 Oct 2010, Aurora Bay Care Medical Center, Green Bay, Brown Co., WI; *Source: OBITUARY-HUEHNS Funeral Home: Ana Ligia LABOY, (75), of Sturgeon Bay-parents: Pedro and Maria (MOSQUEAR) MUNOZ-survived by her son, Louis (friend, Annette ESTEVEZ) LABOY of Sturgeon Bay; daughter, Lorraine (Andy ROMAN) LABOY; four grandchildren, Benjamin, Gianna, Andrew, and Ligia; and three step-grandchildren, Michael, Alex and Robert-celebration of life: Saturday, 23 Oct 2010 at 2:00 p.m. at HUEHNS Funeral Home in Sturgeon Bay with Fr. Bob KONKOL OFM officiating-. Friends and family may call at Huehns Funeral Home-Interment will take place in Lajas, Puerto Rico-HUEHNS Funeral Home,


LAMPEREUR, Leonard/b. 14 Apr 1937, Town of Union, Door Co., WI-d. Thurs., 3 Jun 2010, Golden Living Center-Dorchester, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI; OBITUARY-FORBES Funeral Home: Leonard LAMPEREUR, 73, Namur-parents: Hubert and Lema (CHAUDOIR) LAMPEREUR-farmed his entire life in the Town of Union-drove school bus for Southern Door Schools for 35 years-active in local politics and had served on the Union Town Board numerous times during his life-married on 30 May 1959 to Judith DELWICHE in Rosiere-She preceded him in death on 3 Jul 1999-Survivors include 5 children, Sandy (Jerome) ORSTED, Baileys Harbor; Lori GUNNLAUGSSON, Brussels; Robert LAMPEREUR, Denver, CO; Richard LAMPEREUR, Grafton; Chris LAMPEREUR, Brussels; 6 grandchildren, Maynard, Matthew, and Michael GUNNLAUGSSON, Hannah LAMPEREUR, Brian and Vanessa LAMPEREUR-FEARSON-preceded in death by his parents and wife-Funeral services Tuesday, 8 Jun 2010 at Forbes Funeral  Home in Sturgeon Bay and at St. Francis and St. Mary Parish in Brussels with the Rev. Pius Cotter officiating-Entombment in the Shrine of the Good Shepherd Mausoleum-Forbes Funeral Home.


LANDOWSKI, Irene/b. 17 Jan 1926-d. 13 Mar 2010, Door Co. Memorial Hospital Skilled Nursing Facility, Sturgeon Bay, Door, WI; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Sat. 20 Mar 2010-Irene Landowski, 84, Sturgeon Bay formerly of Schofield-parents: late Frank and Mary WISNIEWSKI-married Edward LANDOWSKI 8 Nov 1947 in Wausau-vacationed in Minocqua to fish, but didn't have much luck on the shores of Door County-preceded in death by her parents; her loving husband; her daughter Jane BARNETT; granddaughter Michelle BARNETT; her sister Alice LUETENNEGER; and her brother Florian-survived by her son David (Barbara) LANDOWSKI, Sturgeon Bay; brother Chet WISNIEWSKI, sisters Joan WOOD, Pat WISNIEWSKI, and Delores WISNIEWSKI all of Wausau-also surived by grandchildren Jennifer, Joseph (Rachel Bernardo), Jurrisa LANDOWSKI, Thomas BARNETT II, and a great grandson, Thomas BARNETT III-Services will be in Wausau area with burial to follow.


LANE, Irene Elizabeth (TEICH)/d. Fri., 29 Oct 2010-OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Sat. 6 Nov 2010: Irene Elizabeth (TEICH) LANE, (93), Great Falls, a homemaker, died of natural causes at a local care facility-At her request, no services are planned-SCHNIDER Funeral Home- Survivors include daughters, Jackie ENGLAND, Green Falls; and Betti HOLMES, Milwaukee, Ore.; a sister, Dorothy BRUNGRABER, Sturgeon Bay, Wis.; and three grandchildren-preceded in death by her husband, John M. LANE.


LAPLANT, Bonita H. "Bonnie"/b. 25 Nov 1947-Sun. 11 Apr 2010, Golden Living Dorchester, Sturgeon Bay, Door, WI; OBITUARY-CASPERSON Funeral Home: Bonnie LaPlant age 62, of Sister Bay, WI-parents: Harry & Betty BAULDRY-married to Myron LAPLANT in Sturgeon Bay, WI on 21 Feb 1970, he preceded her in death 8 Oct 1983-Surviving are her Children; Lisa GRECH, Michelle LAPLANT and Michael (Laura) LAPLANT; Grandchildren Angela LAPLANT and Kayla PRUDEN and her Mother Betty BAULDRY-survived by many other relatives and friends-preceded in death by her husband, son William & father Harry BAULDRY-Funeral Mass at Stella Maris Parish-Sister Bay Site on Thurs. 15 Apr 2010, Rev David RUBY-CASPERSON Funeral Home in Sister Bay.


LaRENO, Richard R./b. 26 Oct 1926, Oconomowoc, WI-d. Thurs. 8 Apr 2010, Vero Beach, FL; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Wed. 14 Apr 2010: Richard R. LaReno, a resident of Sturgeon Bay-enlisted in the United States Marine Corps at the age of 17 after graduating from Oconomowoc High School-served in the Pacific Theater during World War II-fought for his country in the battles of Okinawa and Iwo Jima-moved to Chicago after the war and began his career in industrial and commercial real estate while attending Northwestern University at night-joined Arthur Rubloff & Co. in the 1950s and eventually became President of their IDEA Division and Executive Vice-President of the company-built over 70 industrial buildings during his career and developed several industrial parks, including Schaumburg Industrial Park near the Woodfield shopping mall-formed his own company in 1980, Richard R. LaReno & Co., based in Schaumburg, Ill-member of the National Association of Realtors, the Society of Industrial and Office Realtors, the Executive Club of Chicago, the Mid-Day Club, the Horseshoe Bay Golf Club, the Sturgeon Bay Yacht Club, the Barrington Hills Country Club, the Ocean Reef Club, the Card Sound Gulf Club, the Key Largo Anglers Club and the Orchid Island Golf Club-survived by his wife of 34 years, Abby BUCKLEY LaRENO; his two sons, Richard (Marian) and Jeffrey; his stepson John (Deanne) JAECKEL; his daughter, Jennifer and and stepdaughters, Susan JAECKEL and Melissa AMMARELL-predeceased by his daughter, Valerie and his stepdaughter, Lindsay (Rick) HARDY; and 11 grandchildren-funeral service Saturday, 17 Apr at St. Michael's Episcopal Church in Barrington, Illinois-Interment at Evergreen Cemetery, Barrington, Illinois-Davenport Family Funeral Home -


LARKWORTHY, Michael E./b. 1 Jan 1966, Milwaukee, WI-d. Mon. 15 Mar 2010, Door County Memorial Hospital, Sturgeon Bay, Door, WI; OBITUARY-HUEHNS Funeral Home: Michael E. Larkworthy, (44), of Sturgeon Bay, formerly of Milwaukee, died after a lengthy illness-parents: Ronald and Sandra (GLISZINSKI) LARKWORTHY-graduated high school-worked at Lane Punch as a Machinist-currently had worked for a real estate company as an apartment rental manager-Survivors include his dear friend, Suzette of Sturgeon Bay; two daughters, Amy and Katie LARKWORTHY of Milwaukee; mother, Sandra (and step-father, Darrell) BOLAN of Milwaukee; three sisters, Wendy (John) LANDRY of Milwaukee, Debbie (Eric) BOESE of West Milwaukee, Rina HOFFMANN Milwaukee; step-sister, April BOLAN of Milwaukee; and his maternal grandmother, Marie GLISZINSKI of Greenfield-Funeral services later this month in the Milwaukee area at KRAUSE Funeral Home-HUEHNS Funeral Home assisted the family with local arrangements.


LARSON, E. "John"/b. 8 Mar 1943, Chicago, Cook Co., IL-d. Fri. 9 Jul 2010, Cardinal Ridge Residential Care facility, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI; OBITUARY-CASPERSON Funeral Home: E. John LARSON Jr. passed away with his sister by his side-was (67)-parents: Emery and Bernice LARSON in Chicago-family moved to Sister Bay in 1947, where he was raised and attended Appleport School before graduating from Gibraltar High School in 1961-As a young man he developed a passion for politics and government and set his sights on Washington D.C. To help get there, he worked at his father’s side as one of the original pinsetters at the Sister Bay Bowl-After high school, John made his way to Washington DC, where he studied politics at American University and earned a degree in government in 1965-began graduate school at the University of Minnesota, but his studies there were cut short when he ran out of money-enlisted as an intelligence officer in the United States Army in 1966 and subsequently served in Vietnam, where his efforts earned him a Bronze Star for achievement-After his time in the service, John worked for Avis for 30 years in Chicago, IL and Grand Rapids, MI. He retired to Las Vegas in 1998, where he loved talking sports, swapping stories, and placing small bets with his friends each morning at the Stardust sports book-came home to Sister Bay in 2007 to be near his sister Jeanne, brother Richard, and beloved nieces Lexie and Alison-survived by his beloved sister Jeanne (LARSON) HYDE and her husband Mike of Fish Creek, brother Richard of Sister Bay, two very special nieces, Alison HYDE (Myles DANNHAUSEN Jr.) of Fish Creek and Lexie HYDE of Sturgeon Bay, and his best friend, Glen DEVINE (Denise) of Frederick, MD-preceded in death by his parents, Emery and Bernice-a gathering of friends and family for John Larson will be held Wednesday, 12 Jul from 5–7 pm at CASPERSON Funeral Home in Sister Bay-CASPERSON Funeral Home.


LAU, Ronald C./b. 24 May 1933, Sturgeon Bay, Door, WI-d. Sat. 8 Aug 2009, at home, Ft. Myers, FL; *Source: OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Sat. 15 Aug 2009: Ronald C. LAU, (76), Ft. Myers, FL-parents: Clifford and Elda LAU-joined Navy-served aboard the aircraft carrier, Intrepid-after service was a barber-owned shop in Chicago, IL-earned B.A. and Master of Public Administration from Roosevelt University-1996 joined Chicago Police Dept.-11th District on a tactical team-promotion to sergeant 13th District-transferred to Police Academy for 10 years teaching social sciences-Promotion to Lieutenant 14th District till retirement 1988-Surviving are wife, Sharon; two daughters: Ann WALSH (Bill), Maple Park, IL; and Phyllis SHYAN (Pat), Elgin IL; and grandchildren, Denis WALSH, Elizabeth WALSH, and Lauren SHYAN; two sisters Joanne GIROUARD (Tony), Kiethville, LA; and Karen PETERS (Chuck), Green Bay, WI; and many nieces and nephews-he and wife Sharon moved full time to Ft. Myers in 2004-had spent winters in Florida and summers in Door County, WI-member of Retired Chicago Police Assoc., VFW and Amvets-Memorial service held at a later date in Sturgeon Bay, WI.


LAUBENSTEIN, Kenneth Andrew/b. 12 Apr 1925, Town of Nasewaupee, Door Co., WI-d. Fri. 31 Dec 2010, at home, Sevastopol, Door Co., WI; *Source: OBITUARY-HUEHNS Funeral Home: Kenneth Andrew LAUBENSTEIN, (85), of Sevastopol-parents: the late Walter and Luella (WHITFORD) LAUBENSTEIN-married Irene TOMJANOVICH on 28 Dec 1946, at St. Joseph Catholic Church Parsonage in Sturgeon Bay-After graduating from Sevastopol High School in 1943, helped his father on the farm, and worked for Christy Corp-In May of 1945 he served his country in the U.S. Army and served in occupied Japan-member of the Amvets-following his service, he worked as an apprentice for Mathy and Husby in the implement field, and became co-owner-sold his share to Schartner Implement-went to work a short time for Milwaukee Shoe Company as their mechanic-was employed with E.F. Bushman railroad and trucking-In 1970 he entered the real estate field as Laubenstein Realty and Home Building- enjoyed his winters in their townhouse in Clearwater, Florida for 27 years and then in Mesa, Arizona-Survivors include his wife of 64 years, Irene; nine loving children, Mary (Bill) STORCK of Waupaca, Jayne HEWITT of Sturgeon Bay, Nancy (Patrick) HAMMELL of West Bend, Carol Anne (Will) RODER of Sturgeon Bay, Sue (Randy) WALTERS of Suamico, Lynn (Randy) MODROW of DePere, Kim (Richard) SUMMERS of Casco, Kathryn (David) THORNBURG of Fond Du Lac, Steve (Kate) LAUBENSTEIN of Sturgeon Bay; twenty grandchildren; thirteen great-grandchildren; daughter-in-law, Sarah SEILER-LAUBENSTEIN; one brother, Donald (Margaret) LAUBENSTEIN of Sturgeon Bay and Mesa, Arizona; brothers-in-law, Edward TOMJANOVICH and Russ TOMJANOVICH-Preceding him in death were his parents; Infant twin daughter Karen and son Gary, his brother, Alton (Betty) LAUBENSTEIN; Two sisters-in-law, Katheryn TOMJANOVICH and Loretta TOMJANOVICH; two sons-in-law, David SCHUSTER and Gary HEWITT; and his parents-in-law, John and Antonia (SCHUBERT) TOMJANOVICH-Funeral services held on Saturday, (8 Jan 2011) at Huehns Funeral Home in Sturgeon Bay-with Father Robert KONKOL officiating-Entombment will be at Shrine of the Good Shepherd Mausoleum in Green Bay-A memorial fund has been established for the Amvets Post 51-HUEHNS Funeral Home.


LAUTENBACH, Brian Paul/b. 26 Jul 1972, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI-d. Fri. 10 Dec 2010, Regions Hospital, Saint Paul, Minn.; *Source-OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Wed. 15 Dec 2010: Brian Paul LAUTENBACH, (38), Hudson Wis., and formerly of Chicago Ill., suffered a stroke on Tuesday, Dec. 7, 2010 and died on Friday evening, Dec. 10, 2010-parents, Paul and Karen (nee HILANDER) LAUTENBACH-graduated from Naperville North High School in Naperville Ill.-went on to earn his business degree from Elmhurst College-married on 14 Jun 2003 to Colleen Marie ROYCE; their union was blessed with four children- worked for over five years with the Andersen Windows Corporation-most recently began work as a supervisor with the Tennant Corporation-was an accomplished wrestler in both high school and college-became a popular member of the Chicago Condors Rugby Club, both on and off the field-survived by his wife, Colleen; their children Annika, Oran, Kaspar, and Freya; his parents, Paul (Karen) LAUTENBACH, St. Charles, Ill.; brother, Brent (Rachel) LAUTENBACH, Sycamore Ill.; his grandmother, "Gustie" HILANDER, Sturgeon Bay, Wis.; his mother-in-law Janet ROYCE, Chicago Ill.; sisters-in-law, Jennifer (Bill) PISTORIUS, Park Ridge Ill.; and Melissa (Scott) GARRIGAN, Chicago, Ill.; brothers-in-law, T.J. ROYCE, Chicago, Ill.; and Matthew (Mary) ROYCE, Orland Park, Ill-preceded in death by his paternal grandparents, Donald "Casey" and Helen LAUTENBACH; his maternal grandfather, Kenneth HILANDER; his father-in-law, Thomas ROYCE; and cousin Teresa HILANDER-Memorial Service for Brian Lautenbach Wednesday at the O'Connell Family Funeral Home, 520 South 11th Street, in Hudson-O’Connell Family Funeral Home and Countryside Crematory. 715-386-3725


LAWRENCE, James Gilbert/b. 17 Nov 1933, Englewood, Colo.-d. 10 Nov 2010: OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Wed. 17 Nov 2010: James Gilbert LAWRENCE, (76), Ephraim, Wis.-grew up in Boonville, Mo., where he moved as a young boy-on a small farm there, where he developed a great love of the outdoors-avid hunter and fisherman, and a great athlete-played baseball and football and ran track in high school and went on to play at the University of Missouri-Upon graduation, he began what turned into a 33-year career with Sears, Roebuck, & Co. He retired in 1989 and moved to Ephraim, Wis., in 1992-survived by his brothers, Leroy Dean and Raymond Keith; children, Kathleen (Mike) EVANS, Phoenix, Ariz.; Michael (Maureen), Lake Forest, Ill.; Tim (Pam), Arlington Heights, Ill.; Amy (Robert) TORRES, Laredo, Texas; Kelli (Dan) BORDENKECHER, Indianapolis, Ind.; and Sean (Karen), Elmhurst, Ill.; nine grandchildren, and five nephews-predeceased by his parents, James Herbert and Winnifred Grace LAWRENCE, and his wife, Alixandra Lee-A small, private memorial service held on Wednesday, Nov. 17, 2010, in Lake Forest, Ill.


LEANNA, Virgil E./b. 24 Aug 1927-d. Tues. 22 Jun 2010 at home, Algoma, Kewaunee Co., WI;  Virgil E. LEANNA, (82), Algoma-parents: Harry and Beatrice (BOUCHONVILLE) LEANNA-was raised by his grandparents Jule and Mary BOUCHONVILLE-entered the US Army and also served with the Merchant Marines, Coast Guard and the Air Force-During W.W.II he was stationed in Japan and was the driver for Helen KELLER while she was teaching over there-After discharge he came back to Algoma where he met and married Virginia GUILETTE 25 Aug 1951-moved to Illinois were they were in business for 19 years-moved back to Algoma-worked at the Algoma Lumber Company until he retired in 1991-enjoyed his time spent with his grandchildren and great-grandchildren-active member of St. Mary Parish, VFW and the American Legion-survived by his wife Virginia, three daughters Cyndy (Jim) GRIFFIN, IL; Shelly (Dave) WEIDE, IL; and Ginger (Tom) GREEN, IL; two sons James (Nancy) LEANNA, IL; and Jon (Lori) LEANNA, Algoma; 12 grandchildren, Jennifer (Mark) SCHANE; Jim (Angie) GRIFFIN; Kim (Scott) KENDALL; Tom, Andrew, Dori and Laura GREEN; Amanda WEIDE, Danielle and Shelby LEANNA; Jasen LEANNA and (fiancee Diane JAYES), and Erin LEANNA; 11 great-grandchildren with one more great-grandchild coming in July-preceded in death by his parents, one brother Vernon (Anita) LEANNA, one sister Virginia (Leland) JONIAUX, mother and father-in-law Edwin (Dorothy) GUILETTE and two sisters-in-law Marlene LAROUCHE and Sandy VANDERTIE-Schinderle Funeral Home, Algoma Thursday, 24 Jun 2010-Friday at St. Mary Catholic Church until the Mass of Christian Burial, Rev. Bill Swichtenberg officiating-Entombment at the Shrine of the Good Shepherd Mausoleum-SCHINDERLE Funeral Home:

LEEGE, Lillian Caroline/b. 25 Oct 1912, Stevens Point, WI-d. 25 Sep 2010, Algoma Long Term Care Unit, Algoma, Kewaunee Co., WI; OBITUARY-FORBES Funeral home: Lillian Caroline Leege, (97), of Forestville-parents: Henry and Bertha (KASTEN) LEEGE-was a practical nurse at Door County Memorial Hospital for many years-member of St. Peter’s Lutheran Church in Forestville and a member of the St. Peter’s Ladies Aide and the Women’s Missionary League-Survivors include special friends, Dorothy SPINDLER, Casco; and Vicki GARRETT, Algoma-preceded in death by her parents, and one brother. There will be no services per Lillian’s request-Burial will be in the Evergreen Cemetery-FORBES Funeral Home.


LEMIEUX, Beatrice "Bea"/b. 16 Jul 1928, Milwaukee, WI-d. Tues. 3 Aug 2010, at home, Green Bay, Brown Co., WI; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Wed. 4 Aug 2010:  Beatrice "Bea" LeMIEUX, (82), Green Bay-parents: the late Henry and Julia (METOXEN) HUFF-married 17 Mar 1951 to Clyde LeMIEUX in Waukegan, Ill.-he preceded her in death on 27 Dec 1975-grew up in Oneida-lived most of her adult life in Door County, prior to moving back to Oneida in 1987-Survivors include her children, Beverly LeMIEUX, Anaheim, Calif.; Linda NEWTON, Green Bay; Raymond and Debra LeMIEUX, Bowler; Donna and Lee WALOTKIEWIEZ, Two Rivers; Patricia and Ken SCHAEFER, Sturgeon Bay; Clyde and Nancy LeMIEUX, Sturgeon Bay; Ricky LeMIEUX and special friend, Tanya HOGAN, Sturgeon Bay; Barbara and Elmer BLAIR, St. Francis; randy and Julie LeMIEUX, Sturgeon Bay; 23 grandchildren, 34 great-grandchildren, four great-great-grandchildren; five sisters, Mary and Ronald MARTIN, Shirley THOMAS, Patricia BIELKE, Helen HUFF, Carol LeFEBRE; and one brother Henry and Stella HUFF-preceded in death by parents; her husband; one son, Bruce; and three sisters, Violet STEPHANY, Sandra DOXTATOR; and Ellen HUFF; Funeral Services held Friday 6 Aug 2010 at Oneida United Methodist Church, Freedom Road, Oneida, Rev. Earl L. SMITH officiating-Burial to follow in church cemetery-RYAN Funeral Home, 305 N. Tenth St., De Pere, WI- .


LENIUS, Richard Theodore/b. 18 Sep 1935, Sawyer, Door Co., WI-d. 6 Mar 2010-Albuquerque, NM: OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Sat. 6 Mar 2010: Richard Theodore LENIUS: (74), Albuquerque, NM-resident of Albuquerque, N.M., for ten years-parents: Theodore and Esther (DICKENSON) LENIUS resident of New Mexico for 30 years-Married Darlene DELARWELL, 21 Jun 1953-preceded in death by father, Theodore LENIUS and mother, Esther DICKENSON LENIUS and sister, Shirley- belonged to Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church-survived by wife, Darlene DELARWELL LENIUS, Albuquerque, N.M.; son, Robert (Mary) Lenius, Green Bay Wis.; daughter, Janet (Mark) PARADISE, Algoma Wis.; son, Russell (Nancy) LENIUS, Bunr Flats, Okla.; nine grandchildren, Dennis LENIUS, Andrew LENIUS, Allen FORTEMPS, Clint FORTEMPS, Sara LENIUS, Stanley LENIUS, Nickol LENIUS, Sandra LENIUS, Shaylynn LENIUS;, two great-granddaughters, Emily FORTEMPS and Sydney FORTEMPS; brothers, Kenneth and wife, Kay LENIUS, Kenosha Wis.; brother, Charles and wife, Nancy LENIUS, Kaukauna Wis.; along with many nieces, nephews and cousins-lived most of his life in Door County-worked as a certified auto mechanic and a certified inside machinist for many years until accepting a position with Universal Telephone Company, later transferring to Pagosa Springs, Colo., for three years and then transferring to Zuni, N.M., for 16 years where he had retired as general manager from Century telephone in Zuni, New Mexico-spent four years with his wife traveling the U.S.A. in his recreational motor home.


LINCOLN, Richard Herbert/b. 22 May 1922, Athol, MA-d. 3 Jun 2010, Hilton Head Island, SC; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Wed. 9 Jun 2010: Richard H. Lincoln, a resident of Hilton Head Island, South Carolina and WWII Army veteran-employed for most of his career as an engineer and director for the Outboard Marine Corp.-active on their behalf in numerous trade associations and continued to serve on various boards and committees after he retired-preceded in death by his wife of fifty-nine years, Louise W. LINCOLN-married on 8 Oct 1944 at Wright Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton Ohio-Before retiring to Hilton Head Island the family lived in Chippewa Falls and Brookfield, Wisconsin and Libertyville, Illinois-A summer retirement home in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin was enjoyed in the early years of retirement-Survivors include his sons, Richard (Meredith) and James (Eleanor) LINCOLN; grandchildren, Elizabeth (Dan) LINCOLN-STEINER, Anne (Jeff OGREN), William, Pamela and Alyssa LINCOLN; and great grandchildren Grayson OGREN and Abigail STEINER- dear friend and close companion Virginia LEUTWILER-Memorial service planned for 22 Jun 2010 at 3 P.M. in the living room at The Seabrook-The Island Funeral Home and Crematory .


LINDHAUT, Mrs. Charles (Joyce Virginia WEBORG)/d. 27 Mar 1951, Herman Hospital, Bellaire, TX-parents: Mr. and Mrs. William WEBORG, Gills Rock-serious illness of four months-graduate of Gibraltar High School in 1922-nurses' training at Chicago-supervisor of nurses, Herman Hosp., Bellaire, TX-Survivors: husband, Charles LINDHAUT; two children: Barbara Joy LINDHAUT, age 10, and William Charles LINDHAUT, 5, besides her parents. -OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate: Thurs. 10 May 1951-Ellison Bay Sec. 1 p. 2.


LINDSEY, Dennis Gerald/b. 26 Sep 1911, Mulkeytown, IL-d. Tues. 8 Dec 2009, at home, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI-(98)-formerly of Washington Island-parents: Alvah and Susie Ellen (ELDRIDGE) LINDSEY-United States Army in 1941-Married 12 May 1945, Dorothy Ellen BUNNLAUGSSON in Benton IL-moved to Washington Island-owned and operated several restaurants, introducing the first soft serve ice-cream, carhop service and french-fries to the Islanders-employed as a porter with C&O Railroad on the ferry line-survived by his wife, Dorothy; three daughters, Sue Ellen (Norbert) JENSEN and Rose Mary (BIERRI) BRILLA of Sturgeon Bay, and Sara Jean (Terry) COATS of Florida; Seven grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandson.  He was preceded in death by his parents; four brothers, Clyde, Elmer, Glenn, and Claude; and two sisters, Maude and Eva-Funeral Services, Monday 14 Dec 2009, HUEHNS Funeral Home.  OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate: Sat. 12 Dec 2009:


LOHS, Clifford "Cliff"/b. 20 Jun 1919,-s. 10 May 2010, Sherman West Court Nursing Facility in Elgin, Ill.; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Sat. 22 May 2010: Clifford "Cliff' Lohs, 90, Elgin, Ill. and Northport, passed away peacefully on May 10, at the Sherman West Court Nursing Facility in Elgin-long-time newspaper and commercial photographer, a World War II Veteran, an avid sailor, and a longer-time lover of Door County-wife, Meredith "Peggy" Lohs, sons, David and Gary, and daughter, Janet, he began coming to Door County in 1948, and continued throughout his life-bought land at Northport in 1969, and started constructing the cabin of their dreams in 1973. Cliff and Peggy loved spending as much time as possible in Door County. They developed life-long friendships here as well as inviting friends from home to experience the joys of Door. Peggy, the children, and grandchildren will enjoy this special place for years to come.


LONDO, Dorie/b. 2 Oct 1959, Sault Ste Marie, Michigan-d. Fri. 13 Aug 2010, Golden Living Center-Dorchester, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI; OBITUARY-HUEHNS Funeral Home: Dorie LONDO, 50, of Carlsville-parent: Lil (ANDREWS) BOWERMAN-married 25 Jan 1988 to David Paul LONDO in Sturgeon Bay-worked at various restaurants including Square Rigger, The Nightingale, English Inn, and Shipwrecked-survived by her husband David and two children Danni (fiancé Nick) and D. J. LONDO all of Carlsville; brother, Mark (Yvonne) KIERNAN of Austin, Texas; mother and stepfather, Lil (Don) BOWERMAN, cousin, Glenda (Wayne) LOGSDON and aunt, Peg (Buck) GARLAND all of Sault Ste Marie, Michigan; and many nieces and nephews-preceded in death by an infant son; uncle, Frank (Byrl) FLETCHER; and cousin, Joanne FLETCHER-Funeral services will be held at HUEHNS Funeral Home Friday, 20 Aug 2010  with Rev. Michael BRECKE officiating-A special thank you to Dr. Bhatia and the staff at Aurora Clinic, the Dorchester, and Aurora Dialysis for their compassionate care-HUEHNS Funeral Home,


LUEDTKE, Leonard Royal, Sr./b. 8 Jun 1932, Rio Creek, Kewaunee Co., WI-d. Tues. 3 Aug 2010, Aurora Bay Care Center, Green Bay, Brown Co., WI; OBITUARY-SCHINDERLE Funeral Home: Leonard Royal LUEDTKE Sr., Kewaunee, died after complications from heart surgery-parents: Royal A. LUEDTKE Sr. and Marie (VANDERMUSE) LUEDTKE-worked for Kewaunee Engineering for many years and was retired from there-married Bonnie ULLMAN in Casco in 1955-served in the U.S. Army-member of the Casco Legion Post 319-survived by his wife Bonnie, four children Cynthia (Bob) TENOR; Patricia (Pete) DUFEK; Timothy (Connie) LUEDTKE and Billy (Sondra) LUEDTKE; 10 grandchildren, Shelly (Josh) TREML, Michael LUEDTKE (Tracy and her daughter Laureen), Kevin (Corrina) LUEDTKE, Rachael (Ross) MELOHN, Robert J. TENOR Jr., Holly A. TENOR, Ashley LUEDTKE (Rob) (Ethon), Shannon (Chris) FINLAW, Nicole TENOR (Ryan), Brandon LUEDTKE (Brittney); six great grandchildren Makyah FINLAW, Samanthia and Jacob TREML, Conner BUHR and Mason and Riley MELOHN; three brothers, Larry (Ann) LUEDTKE, Gary (Carol) LUEDTKE and Wayne LUEDTKE; two sisters, Darlene (Bob) CHARLES and Germaine CHASE; brothers and sisters-in-law, Vi SMITHWICH, Randy ULLMAN and friend, Gale (Rita) ULLMAN, Darlene STOLLER, Emil (LaVerne) RIPLEY and Erin (Carol) NAZE-preceded in death by his parents Royal and Marie, two sons, Leonard James and Thomas Royal LUEDTKE, one brother Royal LUEDTKE Jr., father and mother-in-law, Walter (Leah) ULLMAN, brothers and sisters-in-law, Richard SMITHWICH, Robert J. (Collette) ULLMAN,  Joe STOLLER, and Diane ZAMZOW-service at the the Shrine of the Good Shepherd Mausoleum Chapel Friday, 6 Aug 2010 until the Veteran Service at 1:30 p.m. with the Casco Legion Post 319 and the funeral service to follow at 2 p.m. with Rev. Robert Romberg officiating-The SCHINDERLE Funeral Home-


LUER, Dorothy M. "Dort"/b. 7 May 1928, Eau Claire, WI-d. Sun. 21 Nov 2010, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI; OBITUARY-FORBES Funeral Home: Dorothy M. ‘Dort’ LUER, (82), of Sturgeon Bay, formerly of Hazelhurst-parents: the late Paul and Hilda (MARKET) SWETLIK-married Dennis ‘Curly’ LUER on 5 Aug 1947, in Chicago-preceded her in death on 21 Apr 2010-worked in the Health Care System in the Wausau and Merrill areas as an administrative assistant-  Survivors include her sons, Ken (Jennifer) LUER, of Wausau, Bill LUER, of Sturgeon Bay, and a “favorite adopted son,” Paul (Cindy) MARTEL, of Wausau; four grandchildren, David, Nicole, and Michael LUER, and Amy (Matt) SAVAGE; two great-grandchildren, Jesse and Erica LUER; two step great-grandchildren, Scout and Colten SAVAGE; two sisters, Helen SCRITSMEIER and Mildred ‘Mil’ LEGGE, both of Eau Claire; two sisters-in-law, Jeanne (DuWayne) GUERTS, of Eau Claire, and Marilyn (Richard) HELENIAK, of Waupaca; one brother-in-law, Terry (Mary Jane) LUER, of Eau Claire; and nieces and nephews-preceded in death by one brother, William SWETLIK-funeral service Saturday, 27 Nov 2010, at the Taylor-Stine Funeral Home, Merrill, Rev. Craig SWENSON will officiate-Burial will take place at Merrill Memorial Park, Merrill-FORBES Funeral Home, Sturgeon Bay and Talyor Stine Funeral Home. 


MACHIA, Mary A. PAASCH:/d. 31 Mar 1965, Santa Rosa, California*, wife of George A. MACHIA. *Source: OBITUARY contributed by Robin GRIFFIN: "Mary A. PAASCH MACHIA wife of George A. MACHIA who is buried at Brockhausen Cemetery." "In Santa Rosa California March 31, 1965. Mary A. MACHIA beloved mother of Mrs. Dorie A. KUNKEL of Forestville, Mrs. Laurine BERQUIST, St Croix Falls Wisconsin; loving sister of Nina DETTMAN of Sturgeon Bay Wisconsin, Fred PAASCH of Menominee Michigan. Also survived by 4 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren. A native of Forestville Wisconsin aged 76 years. Friends are invited to attend funeral services Saturday April 3 at 2 pm from FEWEL's Redwood Garden Chapel, Guerneville. the Rev George HUNTER officiating. Interment Santa Rosa Memorial Park."-contributed by Robin GRIFFIN (16 Dec 2011)


MALTMAN, Taya/b. 24 Oct 1949-d. 14 Jun 2010; OBITUARY-CASPERSON Funeral Home: Taya MALTMAN (October 24, 1949 - June 14, 2010)

Family Graveside services will be held at Rosehill Cemetery in Chicago, IL-CASPERSOn Funeral Home.


MANN, Mrs. Horatio/d. 1918-OBIT: Door Co. Advocate-Fri. 29 Nov 1918 p. 4.: "Death of Mrs. Horatio MANN-A telegram to Mrs. Frank MANN of this city Friday of last week announced the death of Mrs. Horatio MANN of Superior.  No particulars were given, and cause of death is not known, but it is thought that it was probably from influenza.  Mr. and Mrs. Horatio MANN were former residents of this city, Mr. MANN having been engaged in the insurance business.  Mrs. MANN was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank LONDO, who are now residents of Green Bay. Deceased is survived by her husband, parents and several brothers and two sisters."


MAPLES, Serena R./b. 4 Sep 1958, Sturgeon Bay, Door, WI-d. 15 Jul 2009, Green Bay, Brown, WI-OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Sat. 18 Jul 2009: Serena R. MAPLES (50), Green Bay-parents: late Raymond and Phyllis (BUEHRENS) MAPLES-1976 Graduate of Sturgeon Bay High School-Survived by one sister: Pamela (Bruce) NOTMAN; three brothers: Larry (Nancy) MAPLES, Roger (Nancy) MAPLES, Vernon MAPLES; five nieces and nephews: Stuart, Phillip, Curtis MAPLES, Katie ROCK and Jeffrey MAPLES-preceded in death by two brothers, Clifford and William MAPLES and parents-Private services held at MALCORE (East) Funeral Home & Crematory, Green Bay-MALCORE Funeral Home, Green Bay WI.


MARTH, Charles J./d. 27 Mar 2010, Arizona; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Sat. 3 Apr 2010: Charles J. Marth, 61, unexpectedly passed away while wintering in Arizona-Surviving are a wife, Ruth; three sons, Jimmy, Timmy and Justin; two sisters, Nancy (Kenneth) POLLOCK, Shari STEWART; two brothers, Ricky MARTH and Stacy (Roxann) MARTH; five step-children; three nieces and three nephews-preceded in death by his father, James, mother, Alice, sister, Pam, brother, Rocky and brother-in-law, James STEWART-Arrangements for burial will be announced at a later date.


MARTLOCK, George C./ b. 1937, Cleveland, Ohio-d. 14 Oct 2010, Venice, Fla.; *Source: OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Sat. 16 Oct 2010: George MARTLOCK, (73), Nokomis, Fla.-parents: Jeannette and George H. MARTLOCK-served two tours of duty as a specialist with the U.S. Army-He and his family had been summer residents in Jacksonport, for over 50 years-was National Sales Manager for several companies until retirement-survived by his wife, Larraine, sister, Laurel BEAN (Doug), three children and five grandchildren and many Door County friends-no services at George's request.


MASSART, Nancy/b. 2 Feb 1957, Algoma, Kewaunee, WI-d. Sun. 22 Aug 2010; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate Wed. 25 Aug 2010: Nancy MASSART, 53, Brussels, died Sunday Aug. 22, 2010, as a result of a car accident-parents: Charles and Marilyn (DETAMPEL) MASSART-was involved in the 4-H and Pony Projects for over 15 years and active member of the Dairyland Driving Club-survived by two sons, Jeremy (Kate) MASSART, Green Bay; Ryan NEUVILLE (special friend, Michelle), Brussels; two grandchildren, Mason and Anna MASSART; her father and mother, Charles and Marilyn MASSART; her siblings, Chuck (Kathy) MASSART, Bob (Sue) MASSART, Linda (Tom) SALZSIEDER; nieces and nephews; aunts and uncles. She was preceded in death by maternal grandparents, George and Anna DETAMPEL; paternal grandparents, Charles and Emily MASSART-WIESNER-MASSART, Casco, on Thursday from 4 to 8 p.m. Wake Service 6:30 p.m-Visitation will continue Friday morning at church from 9:30 to 10:45 a.m. Funeral Friday 11 a.m. at St. Francis/St. Mary Catholic Church, Brussels with Fr. Pius Cotter officiating. Burial in St. Hubert Cemetery, Rosiere-WIESNER-MASSART Funeral Home, Casco.


MAUER, Eleanor/ b. 22 Oct 1914-d. Thurs. 14 Oct 2010, Door County Memorial Hospital, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI; *Source: SCHINDERLE Funeral Home: Eleanor MAUER, (95), Sturgeon Bay-parents: the late John and Frances (DUFEK) ZLATNIK-member of St. Mary Catholic Church, Algoma-later a member of St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Sturgeon Bay-graduated from the Algoma High School and the Door-Kewaunee County Normal School- moved to Chicago where she worked as a waitress and part-time back-up singer on a country western radio station-moved back to Algoma and married Milton "Pike" MAUER on 14 Jul 1951-did upholstery and drapery work for several years-worked at Beach's Dime Store then Katch's Department Store and then retired from Denny's Red Owl-moved to Sturgeon Bay in 2002-survived by one son John (Carol) VERHYEN, Madison; and one daughter Marcia (Charles) CULVER, Sturgeon Bay; four grandchildren; and six great grandchildren-preceded in death by her parents, husband Milton and one brother Arnold ZLATNIK-Services Monday, 18 Oct 2010 St. Mary Catholic Church, Algoma. Mass of Christian Burial with Rev. Bill SWICHTENBERG-Burial in the Evergreen Cemetery, Algoma- SCHINDERLE FUNERAL HOME, Algoma,


MAYER, Mary E./d. 6 Jun 2010; OBITUARY-FEERICK Funeal Home: Mary E. (Nee McCOY) MAYER, age (73)-Resident of Glendale, Egg Harbor in Door County and Bonita Springs, FL-Former resident of River Hills-wife for 54 years of John I MAYER III-mother of Christopher (Rianne) MAYER, John (Michelle) MAYER, Margaret (Bruce) LOGAN and Elizabeth MAYER-grandmother of Dan (Caroline), Laura (Blair), Michael, James and Sarah MAYER; Sonja MAYER; Mary and Campbell LOGAN-great-grandmother of Will and Jack MAYER-sister of John (Charlene) McCOY-further survived by other caring relatives and good friends- had a passion for art and volunteered a great deal of her time to promote many of Southeastern Wisconsin Artists-docent at the Milwaukee Art Museum and instrumental in developing Wustum Museum of Fine Art in Racine- In Florida she was Chairman of the Art Appreciation Group of the Naples League Club-Visitation held at Lumen Christi Catholic Church, 2700 W. Mequon Rd. in Mequon on Friday, 11 Jun 2010, celebration of Mass of Christian Burial-Interment at Holy Cross Cemetery-FEERICK Funeral Home (414)962-8383 .


McAULIFFE, Betty Jane/b. 14 Jul 1926-d. Sun. 28 Nov 2010, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI; HUEHNS Funeral Home: Betty Jane McAULIFFE, (84), formerly of Melrose Park and Maywood, Illinois-parents: Eugene Pillow and Lora Mae (TODD) TURNMIRE-married on 20 Jun 1953 to Robert Edward McAULIFFE- Robert passed away on 1 Apr 1998-mother of Susan (Donald) RENFREW and the late Debbie and Cindy McAULIFFE, dear grandmother of Richard, George, Jack, Andie and Tom, dearest sister of Wesley (late Violet) and Jerry (Jan) TURNMIRE, Lora ABARCA, the late Dorothy PFEIFER, late Eugene TURNMIRE and late John TURNMIRE and beloved sister-in-law of LaVerne TURNMIRE, late Violet TURNMIRE, late Mary BAKER, late Mary Jane McAULIFFE and late Joy McAULIFFE-funeral services Sat., 4 Dec 2010 at Hursen Funeral Home, Hillside, IL.-Committal services and entombment will follow at Queen of Heaven Cemetery, Hillside, IL.-Huehns Funeral Home,


McDAVID, Dorothy Eloise/b. 1918-d. Sun. 13 Jun 2010, Door County Memorial Hospital, Sturgeon Bay, Door, WI; OBITUARY-CASPERSON Funeral Home: Dorothy Eloise McDavid, 91, of Kenosha and Ellison Bay Wisconsin died of natural causes-parents: Lawrence and Helen CANNON-spent her youth in Decatur-graduated as a Registered Nurse from St. John’s Hospital in Springfield, IL-married in 1941 to Riley McDAVID (1917-1982), former President of Kenosha Memorial Hospital-served on the board of the First Congregational Church and was a member of the Women’s Club, the Kenosha Symphony and the Hospital Auxiliary-spent the last six years living with her daughter Catherine and son-in-law Joe SCHULTE in Southport, NC-survived by her son Ronald and daughters Catherine and Dee Ann, grandchildren Matthew, Sonja and Stephanie, great-grandchildren, Alex, Ryleigh, Sophia, Joey, Riley and Scarlett-CASPERSON Funeral Home.


MCGREVEY, Opal C. (CHRISTENSEN)/b. 20 Oct 1919, Adair, IA-d. 7 Feb 2010, Birch Creek Assisted Living, DePere, WI-(90), of Sturgeon Bay and formerly of Iowa parents: Theodore and Krista (SORENSEN) CHRISTENSEN. Survivors: her daughter, Roxanna (Wayne) ROSINSKY, Sturgeon Bay; three grandchildren, Christina (Kevin) DICKEY, Howard-Suamico; Edward (Barb) SNOOK, Ashwaubeon; David (Ronda) SNOOK, DePere; six  great- grandchildren, Samantha DICKEY; Steven SUYCOTT,  Bethany & Lauren PRZYBELSKI, Danielle & Davis SNOOK; three brothers, Virgil (Carol) CHRISTENSEN, Stuart, IA; Pete (Maxine) CHRISTENSEN, Baltimore, Maryland; Jack (Carolyn) CHRISTENSEN, Fremont, CA; two sisters, Lillian (Carlos) TAYLOR, Marshalltown, IA; Eleanor ERDKAMP, Lincoln, NEB. She was preceded in death by a son, Edgar Eugene, seven brothers and sisters. Memorial Services held Saturday 13 Feb 2010, First United Church of Christ, 309 S. Webster Ave. Green Bay, WI, Rev.  Robert LAUBENSTEIN officiating. -FORBES Funeral Home.


McOLASH, Myron/d. 8 Dec 2010; *Source: Door Co. Advocate-Sat. 11 Dec 2010: Myron McOLASH, (71)-Loving dad of Michael (Laura) and Scott (Mary) McOLASH -Proud grandpa of Matthew, Andrew, Sarah and Morgan McOLASH-mother: Elaine McOLASH -brother of Marvel HERLACHE and Joel (Jan) McOLASH-Further survived by other relatives, many friends . . . and two Model T Fords-memorial service Sunday, 12 Dec 2010, at OUR REDEEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH, 10025 W North Ave.-SCHMIDT & BARTELT Funeral and Cremation Service, Wauwatosa, Wisconsin-(414) 774-5010,


MELGAARD, Margery A./d. 10 Nov 2010; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Sat. 13 Nov 2010: Margery A. MELGAARD, (78)-preceded in death by her parents Christian and Elizabeth (FRANZKE) MELGAARD and three brothers, William, Jerry, and John-Survived by several nieces and nephews, and close, devoted friends-lived in Chicago most of her adult life, and spent retirement years at her home in Ephraim, and in Milwaukee-talented in wild flower photography, and many of her photographs now reside at the UW Madison archives-worked at the Chicago History Museum for over thirty years in administrative capacities-Upon retirement in 1994, she was Vice President of Administration-At her request, there will be no services-FEERICK FUNERAL HOME, Milwaukee, WI, (414) 962-8383.


MERKATORIS, John R./ b. 11 Jun 1934, Green Bay, Brown Co., WI-d. 11 Oct 2010; *Source: OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Sat. 16 Oct 2010: John R. MERKATORIS, (76)-resident of Green Bay and Ephraim-passed away after surviving 10 years with multiple myeloma-parents: the late Clarence and Annette MERKATORIS-married on 3 Aug 1957 to Mary Agnes KWITEK-employed by Paper Converting Machine Company for 41 years, retiring in 1995-was named on many patents during his career in research and development-survived by Mary Agnes, his wife of 53 years; and his ten children, Michael (Ingrid) MERKATORIS, Green Bay; Mary (Gerard) FAHY, Sligo, Ireland; Mark (Susan) MERKATORIS, Brussels; Megan (Brian) SEGRIN, De Pere; James (Maureen) MERKATORIS, De Pere; Joseph (Lisa) MERKATORIS, Jackson, Mo.; John MERKATORIS, De Pere; Amy (Jake) SCHALL, Green Bay; Ann MERKATORIS, Ballwin, Mo.; Katie (Jef) MEYER, Green Bay; his 23 grandchildren and his brother, Rev. Ralph MERKATORIS, Green Bay-celebration of John's life is Saturday, 16 Oct 2010, at Resurrection Catholic Church, 333 Hilltop Drive, Green Bay-Mass of Christian Burial Bishop Robert F. MORNEAU officiating and Rev. Ralph MERKATORIS concelebrating- Schauer & Schumacher Funeral Home, 432-4841


MEUNIER, Charles "Charlie" A./b. 9 Dec 1932, Misere, Kewaunee Co., WI-d. 6 Apr 2010, at home, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI; OBITUARY-FORBES Funeral Home: Charles “Charlie” Meunier, 77, Sturgeon Bay-parents: Charles J. and Clara (VANDERMAUSE) MEUNIER-Married 23 Sep 2006 Carole (FAMEREE) DELCORPS-Survivors include his wife, Carole; eight children, Beth MEUNIER, Manitowoc; Gary (Jeanette) MEUNIER, Two Rivers; Cindy (Bob) SPATZ, Sheboygan Falls; Tony (Hally) MEUNIER, Whitelaw; Paula (Tom) MARCELLE, Kellnersville; Shelly (Dick) GROVOGEL, Merrill; Steve (Jeanette) DELCORPS, Sturgeon Bay; Scott DELCORPS (friend, Mary), Green Bay; twenty grandchildren; eighteen great-grandchildren; four sisters, Muriel LEALOU, Green Bay; Jane BRAUER, Sturgeon Bay; Pat (Gary) GILSON, Green Bay; Claire (Darrell) BOSMAN, Sturgeon Bay; in-laws, Mary MEUNIER, Leonard KERSCHER, Rachel KASBOHM (friend, Eddie); Mark SHAW; Terry and Mary FAMEREE; Randy and Joan FAMEREE; Jill and Roy GRANT; Vivian and Wayne JOHNSON; Mildred MONFILS; Donna NICHOLSON; Shirley and Jack PAGEL; Doris and Daryl WOLSKE; Fay and Willard KOLSTAD; Keith and Sophie LAVIOLETTE; Roy and Mary LAVIOLETTE; Louie and Susie LAVIOLETTE-preceded in death by two sisters, Hattie MEUNIER and Pearl KERSCHER; one brother, Lloyd MEUNIER; in-laws, Gilbert LEALOU, Elroy BRAUER, Donna SHAW, Phyllis and Phillip NELSON, Kenneth and Jane LAVIOLETTE-Funeral services Fri., 9 Apr 2010 at the Holy Name of Mary church in Maplewood, Rev. Robert KONKOL OFM-FORBES Funeral Home in Sturgeon Bay.


MEYER, Beulah M./ b. 21 Sep 1918, Forestville, Door Co., WI-d. Thurs. 14 Oct 2010; *Source: OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Wed. 20 Oct 2010: Beulah M. MEYER, (92)-parents: the late Adolph and Julia (POLACHECK) KOLSTAD-married 16 Apr 1955 to Harold F. MEYER in Algoma-They farmed for six years-worked at U.S. Plywood for some 35 years, retiring in 1977-upon retirement, she and her husband moved to the Gillett area where he passed away in 1997-In 2004, she moved to an apartment in Green Bay-Survivors include her three sons and daughters-in-law, Kenneth and Laverne, Algoma; Donald and Lynn, Beuford, S.C.; John and Dora, Green Bay; brother, Hiram KOLSTAD, Algoma; four grandsons, Scott, Dean, Nickolas and Chad; eight great-grandchildren, Bradford, Nicole, Samantha and Morganne; Maysen, Brayden, Skyla and Carson; along with nieces and nephews-preceded in death by her parents and husband-PFOTENHAUER Funeral Home, East-Town location, 2379 East Mason St., Green Bay-Funeral Service Monday at the funeral home with Pastor David HATCH officiating-Entombment at the Shrine of the Good Shepherd Chapel Mausoleum-PFOTENHAUER Funeral Home, www .PfotenhauerFuneralHome .com.


MEYERS, Ellen Patricia/b. 18 Dec 1914, Red Deer, Alberta, Canada-d. Thurs. 24 Jun 2010;  Ellen Patricia MEYERS, (95)-parents: Frank and Theresa MADDEN-graduated from Sturgeon Bay High School in 1932-married Leon MEYERS on 29 Feb 1936 in Sturgeon Bay-survived by her children, James (Gloria) MEYERS, Thomas (Judy) MEYERS, and a daughter, Carol (Ken) ARNDT of Rhinelander; and one sister Margaret MINEAU of Oconto, WI; as well as 18 grandchildren, numerous great-grandchildren and a great-great granddaughter-Memorial Mass will be said at an undetermined date-SCHINDERLE Funeral Home:

MICHAEL, Bayard Hoyt/b. 20 Jul 1922, Glen Ellyn, Ill.-d. 14 Jun 2010, at home, Door County, Wisc.; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Sat. 26 Jun 2010: Bayard Hoyt MICHAEL, Mequon and Door County-passed away in his home in Door County with his daughters, Pam and Kit present on 14 Jun 2010 and joined his wife, Constance on her birthday-preceded in death by his wife, Constance Beale MICHAEL (nee McILWAIN); parents, John William MICHAEL and Frances MICHAEL (nee POUND), and his brothers, John and Robert-Survived by his children, Pamela MICHAEL LANGER, John William (Jeanne) MICHAEL, Katherine MICHAEL (Tony) Dale, and Bayard Campbell MICHAEL. Further survived by his grandchildren, Katherine "Casey" (BEREKET) LANGER TESFAYE, Edwin "Ted" Dale, and Kelly Dale; and his great-grandchildren, Saba M. TESFAYE and Ribka F. TESFAYE. Also survived by his special friend, Mary Hoffmann, with whom he learned to live and love again following the death of his wife, Constance-Further survived by his sister, Nanct "Mike" WALLACE and her sons, their spouses, and their families-parents: Frances (nee POUND) and John William MICHAEL-moved to Wisconsin when his father, John William MICHAEL, was recruited to join a law firm that was to eventually evolve into Michael, Best, and Friedrich-went to Milwaukee Country Day School followed by Brown University-graduated from Brown-began law school at the University of Connecticut-patented the first helicopter for "old man Sikorski" a man that he admired for the rest of his life-father needed his help at the firm, so he left Connecticut to return to Milwaukee where he finished law school at Marquette University while working at the firm with his father-married on 27 Dec 1947 to Constance Beale McILWAIN-Services were held.


MIELKE, William "Bill" Jr./b. 3 Aug 1926-d. Sun. 18 Apr 2010; OBITUARY-SCHINDERLE Funeral Home: William "Bill" Mielke Jr, 83-parents: William and Elsie (PRIEBE) MIELKE Sr.-raised in Manitowoc, WI-Following high school graduation entered the U.S. Army-served in the Asian theater during WWII-After discharge from the Army-attended and graduated from the University of Wisconsin Madison-School of Pharmacy-worked as a pharmacist in Sturgeon Bay prior to owning and operating the Algoma Pharmacy-also worked at the pharmacies in the Algoma Memorial Hospital and Algoma Long Term Care Unit-member of the: Algoma Chamber of Commerce, Optimist Club, Algoma Methodist Church, Algoma School Board, Algoma Community Band, Algoma Housing Authority; he was on the Board of Directors for Baylake Bank and WAUN-involved with: Milky Way (now the Crows Nest), Thingsville (now Living Water Apostolic Ministry), Peter Pipers Pizza (now North Water Bakery & Deli), M & R Leasing-survived by son, Jeff (Mary) MIELKE of Folsom, CA; his daughter, Lynn (Kerry) NICHOLS of Port Washington, WI; his long-time companion, Ellen MCKENNA of Algoma and her daughters Susan (Todd) MCKENNA-SLAPP of Green Bay and Ann (Jeff GRAVES) MCKENNA of Green Bay; grandchildren: Christopher (Katie) BURGER, Luke SANTOS-MIELKE, Connor and Molly MCKENNA-SLAPP-preceded in death by his parents; his brother, Lee; sisters, Esther LAPERRIERE and Dorothy WESTBERRY-Services at Schinderle Funeral Home in Algoma Saturday, 24 Apr 2010, Rev. Kevin DEMBINSKI-Burial at Evergreen Cemetery-SCHINDERLE Funeral Home.


MIKELS, Joyce Donna/b. 28 Mar 1929, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI-d. Wed. 17 Nov 2010, Golden Living Center-Dorchester; OBITUARY-HUEHNS Funeral Home: Joyce Donna MIKELS, (81), Sturgeon Bay-parents: Oscar and Viola (McMILLIAN) KRUEGER-married on 21 May 1945 to George H. MIKELS in Iron Mountain, Mich-he preceded her in death on 20 Mar 2003-survived by her son, Donald (Ruth) MIKELS and granddaughter, Heather Ann MIKELS, all of Sturgeon Bay-preceded in death by her parents; husband; three children, Jimmy, Mike (1971), Patsy (1955); two siblings, Oscar KRUEGER and Betty SCHUMACHER-Funeral services will be held on Tuesday, 23 Nov 2010, at Huehns Funeral Home with Rev. Larry ZESSIN officiating-Huehns Funeral Home.


MILLER, Ida/b. 27 Feb 1916, Misiere, Kewaunee Co., WI-d. 20 Sep 2010, Algoma Long Term Care, Algoma, WI; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Wed. 22 Sep 2010: Ida MILLER, (94), Algoma, passed away peacefully-parents: the late Elmond and Josephine (VANDERTIE) ENGLEBERT-married Milton R. MILLER on 10 Jun 1942, in Misiere-preceded her in death 11 Apr 2002-attended Roosevelt School in Misiere, for eight years-worked at Woldt's in Sturgeon Bay, the Net Co. in Algoma and was also a homemaker-survived by a daughter, Veronica (Mark) MALVITZ, Algoma; a granddaughter, Jessica (John) SMITH, Sturgeon Bay; a brother, Fabian (Emma) ENGLEBERT; two sisters-in-law, Janet (MILLER) PETERSON, Emily MILLER; nieces, nephews and friends-preceded in death by her husband, Milton; her parents, Elmond and Josephine; in-laws, Robert and Lillian MILLER; three sisters, Irene ENGLEBERT, Alice (Jule) MASSART, Myrtle RETZLAFF; three brothers, Louie (Ida) ENGLEBERT, Eddie and William ENGLEBERT; sisters and brothers-in-law, Helen MILLER, Ida (Carl) MISTLEBAUER, Linda (Kenneth) SORENSON, Betty (Herb) BRAUER, Amanda (Dewey) MAPLES; brothers-in-law, Elmer (Lila) MILLER, Marvin and Emil MILLER-Funeral: St. Mary's Catholic Church, Algoma Wednesday with Fr. Bill SWICHTENBERG officiating-Burial in St. Mary's parish cemetery-WIESNER-MASSART Funeral Homes.


MILLER, Jeffrey A., Jr./b. 1 Aug 1980, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI-d. 29 Jun 2010, St. Vincent Hospital, Green Bay, Brown Co., WI; OBITUARY-FORBES Funeral Home: Jeffrey A. MILLER Jr., (29), of Sturgeon Bay, passed away at St. Vincent Hospital on June 29, 2010 after a sudden illness-parents: Jeffrey and Joni (BRAMER) MILLER Sr.-graduated from Sevastopol High School-worked as a welder for a number of years at Exac-Tech and Bay Shipbuilding-was a member of the Sault Saint Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians-Survivors include his daughter, Shyann MILLER; parents, Jeff and Joni MILLER; and a sister Angie (Dan) BOSMAN, all of Sturgeon Bay; paternal grandmother, Martha MILLER and maternal grandmother, Fran BRAMER, both of Michigan; many aunts, uncles, cousins, and a niece and nephew-preceded in death by his grandfathers, Arthur MILLER and Roland BRAMER-prayer service conducted Monday, 5 Jul at the Forbes Funeral Home with the Rev. Timothy MALEK officiating-Burial will be in Cooks Cemetery in Michigan-Forbes Funeral Home.


MILLER-LAUBENSTEIN, Darlene Elizabeth/b. 13 Aug 1928, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI-d. 11 Nov 2010; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Wed. 17 Nov 2010: MILLER-LAUBENSTEIN, Darlene Elizabeth-parents: Vernon and Genevieve MILLER-After graduation from high school attended and graduated from Miss Brown's Beauty School in Milwaukee, Wis-married on 5 Aug 1950 to Duane LAUBENSTEIN, also of Sturgeon Bay-After moving to California in 1955, attended Long Beach City College and earned a stenography degree-worked for McDonnell Douglas-enjoyed a 25-year career retiring in 1990-predeceased by her husband Duane who passed away in 2007-survived by her three daughters, Vicki, Laurie and Barbara, her son-in-law, Rob, six grandchildren and six great-grandchildren-A memorial service was held on Nov. 16, 2010, at All Souls Mortuary in Long Beach, CA.


MOORE, Mary Ann/b. 30 Apr 1946, Green Bay, Brown Co., WI-d. 28 Jul 2010, Unity Hospice's Jack and Engrid MENG Residence (Green Bay?); OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Sat. 31 Jul 2010: Mary Ann MOORE, (64), Sturgeon Bay, passed away after a long fight against breast cancer-parents: Ruth and the late Harold SCHULTZ-married 9 Sep 1967 to James D. MOORE-most recently employed with the Women's Employment Project Inc. in Sturgeon Bay-also worked for the Muscular Dystrophy Association and WSBW radio station where she was known as "Radio Woman"-survived by husband Jim, daughters: Robin VAN BUREN, Huntington Beach Calif.; and her children Kaitlyn and Ethan; Tammy (Joe) TRZEBIATOWSKI, Rosholt, Wis.; and their children, Jenna, Sydney and Isabell; mother Ruth SCHULTZ, Green Bay, Wis.; and brothers, Edward SCHULTZ, Robert SCHULTZ, Green Bay, Wis. -memorial service will be held at a future date-no visitation upon Mary Ann's request-PROKO-WALL Funeral Home www.prokowall.comMOORE, Mary Ann/OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Wed. 15 Sep 2010: MOORE, Mary Ann- Friends may call after 12:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 18, 2010 at Nativity of Our Lord Catholic Church, 2270 S. Oneida Street, Green Bay with Rev. John Becker officiating mass at 1:30 p.m. Visitation will continue at the church following the mass.


MOORE, Patrick J./b. 19 May 1941, Sturgeon Bay-d. Sunday, 21 Jun 2009, Wheaton Franciscan All Saints Medical Center-(68)-parents: late Millard and Lucy (Nee: WAHL) MOORE-St. Norbert College-National Guard-employed as a semi truck driver by Ganton Technologies retiring in 2005-member of UAW Local 627-Surviving are his son, Michael T. MOORE, San Diego, Calif.; three sisters, Coleen (Richard) CORNETTE, Sturgeon Bay, Linda (Donald) FETT, Wickenburg, Ariz., and Michele (Roger) STOEGER, Wales, Wis.; nieces, nephews, special friends, Jill and Gene MEIER, Dan SCHUEBEL and John WOOLEY; Memorial Mass, Monday, 29 Jun, Sts. Peter and paul Catholic Church, 4767 Dunn Road, Sturgeon Bay, Rev. Anthony BIRDSALL officiating.." OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Wed. 24 Jun 2009.


MORRELL, Logene M. MILLER/b. 14 Jul 1914, Lincoln, Nebraska-d. Mon. 16 Feb 2010, Golden Living Center, Sturgeon Bay, Door, WI-OBITUARY: HUEHNS Funeral Home: (95)-parents: Edward and Margaret (KESS) MILLER-Married Charles E MORRELL in Sioux City Iowa on 30 Mar 1935 who preceded her in death on December 20, 1998-grew up in Sioux City, Iowa-resided in Fort Wayne, Indiana, Leesburg , Florida and Indianapolis, Indiana-member of First Baptist Church in Fort Wayne-Survived by a daughter, Gladys MORRELL of Albion Michigan, son Thomas MORRELL of Seattle Washington and son Charles MORRELL, Jr. of Sturgeon Bay; six grandchildren, Bethany PATTON WOOD, Dave PATTON, Chuck PATTON, Don MORRELL, Suzanne MORRELL and Jennifer MORRELL GANSER; ten great-grandchildren-moved to Sturgeon Bay in 2001 and resided at Pinecrest Village, Cardinal Ridge Residential Care Facility and lastly at the Dorchester Golden Living Center-private family internment service at a later date in Fort Wayne Indiana-In Lieu of flowers donations may be made to Unity Hospice or The Alzheimers Association –Greater Wisconsin Chapter-Huehns Funeral Home.


MUELLER, Richard A./b. 21 Nov 1940, Plymouth, WI-d. 3 Jul 2010, Baileys Harbor, Door Co., WI; OBITUARY-CASPERSON Funeral Home: Richard A. Mueller, (69), Baileys Harbor, WI-passed away peacefully in his beloved gazebo at home on the evening of July 3rd-parents: Arthur & Jane MUELLER-attended public schools in Plymouth and worked at Walcott’s Shoe store-then worked with his father at the weekly Plymouth Review newspaper. He moved to Manitowoc to work for the Herald Times, then Neenah to work for the News Record-started his art career while living in Neenah and moved to Door County in 1988 to open his own art gallery-married Barbara J. PFEIFER 20 Oct 1962 in Plymouth-survived by his wife Barbara, sons Anthony (Kimberly) Roselle IL and Paul (Heather) Winneconne WI. Grand children Cody Richard, Kathryn Elizabeth, Emily Anne and Benjamin Randall. Very special friend of the family Kathy GLASNAP, Fish Creek. Brother, William MUELLER (JoAnn) Egg Harbor, nephew, “Chef” Andy MUELLER (Kay) and their sons, Sturgeon Bay, nieces Michelle and Jodi MUELLER Green Bay. Cousins Gary and Lois GUSTAVESON and family Janesville WI, and Greta GUSTAVESON and family, Sarasota FL-preceded in death by his parents Arthur & Jane MUELLER, Uncle Bob and Aunt Trudy GUSTAVESON and Cousin Eric GUSTAVESON-Casperson Funeral Home - Sister Bay-Celebration Gathering will be held at The Hillside Restaurant Ellison Bay WI. Saturday July 17th from 11-2pm.


MUENSTER, Theodore/b. 20 May 1918-d. 30 Nov 2010, Door County Memorial Hospital; *Source: OBITUARY-HUEHNS Funeral Home: Theodore MUENSTER, (92)- worked as a manufacturing Engineer for CAI in Barrington, Ill., before retiring and moving to Sturgeon Bay, Wis., in 1979, with his wife, Barbara-World War II Army Veteran with three Bronze battle stars, three overseas service bars, a good conduct metal, and a purple heart-first wife, Dorothy and his second wife, Barbara both predeceased him in death-also preceded in death by his sister, Gladys GUARDEPEE and his brothers, Oscar, Edward ‘Chub’ and Charles MUENSTER, and Alvin TONN-survived by his sons, Robert MUENSTER and Rick MUENSTER, his daughter Roxanne OBERMAYER, his stepson, Woody STEPHENS, stepdaughters, Wendy CHAPMAN, and Debra STEPHENS-had 15 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren-memorial service Saturday, 11 Dec 2010 at Hope United Church of Christ at 141 S. 12th Ave. Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Military honors will follow-HUEHNS Funeral Home,


NALBERT, Roland A. "Rolie"/d. 12 Aug 2009; OBITUARY: Door Co. Advocate: Sat. 15 Aug 2009: Roland A. "Rolie" NALBERT, (73), d. Wed. 12 Aug 2009-preceded in death by wife Yvonne Marie (nee COTE) and son David John NALBERT-Survived by sons Christopher Joeseph NALBERT and Kenneth Walter NALBERT; grandchildren: Tiffany Nichole, Sarah Lynn, Nickolous Joeseph NALBERT, Theodore Michael "Teddy", Rachel Marie, Sarah Jewel and Joanna Elizabeth; Brother of Dick (Barb)-preceded in death by sisters Helen SKET, Tina PROVENCHER, Louis FRENCH, Chester NALBERT and Irene STRYKER-Funeral Service-Wed. 19 Aug 2009 at Max A. SASS and Sons Funeral and Cremation Service Greenridge Chapel, 4747 S. 60th St., Milwaukee, WI (  - Burial at Chapel Hill Cemetery.


NEBEL, Anita Margaret HICKEY/b. 6 Dec 1918, Stevens Point, WI-d. 16 Feb 2010, Pinecrest, Sturgeon Bay, Door, WI: OBITUARY: Door Co. Advocate-Sat. 20 Feb 2010: (91), of Sturgeon Bay-parents Daniel Patrick HICKEY (Colby, Wis.) and Rosalie VOSBURG (Selmont, Wis.)-V. & M. Education Foundation for gifted students-moved to middle school in six grade after passing the state requirements for 8th grade-P. J. Jacobs Senior High School-won the Wisconsin State Spelling Bee-graduated from the University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point, Bachelor of Science Degree, having a diversified Major in Textile Chemistry, Fashion Design, and the Social Sciences-teacher at P. J. Jacobs Senior High School, Stevens Point-chosen to introduce an advanced Social Sciences curriculum in Door County-teaching the program for one year at Sevastopol High School-returned the following year to teach at P. J. Jacobs Senior High-member of the Wisconsin Education Association-married late in 1943-1965, she continued graduate study in Fashion Design taking joint curriculum through Columbia University and U.W. Stevens Point-belonged to the Moravian Church-survived by her five children: Paula (Roger) OAKDALE, Bellevue, Wash.; Valerie (Dennis) CLEMEN, Madison, Wis.; Elaine (David) ANSCHUTZ, Green Bay, Wis.; Richard NEBEL II (Debbie) and Bryon (Lori) NEBEL, Sturgeon Bay, Wis. She has 10 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren-preceded in death by brothers, Donald and Paul HICKEY, and sisters, Evelyn DRAVES, Lucille PAGEL, and Alice MCLEOD. Services will be private.


NELL, Sarah "Sadye"/b. 30 Sep 1914, Milwaukee, WI-d. 6 Oct 2010, Morningside Health Center, Sheboygan; OBITUARY-HUEHNS Funeral Home: Sarah “Sadye” I. NELL, formerly of 552 Louisiana St., Sturgeon Bay (96)-parents: Edna (SCHULTZ) and Cyrus W. INGRAHAM-grew up in Milwaukee and completed high school in 1932-attended the University of Wisconsin-Madison for one year-married on 28 Oct 1934 to Harry W. NELL in her family’s living room in Milwaukee-had 60 wonderful years together, moving several times to cities in Wisconsin and Iowa-Harry was a store manager for the J. C. Penney Co.-In 1960 they moved to Sturgeon Bay where Sadye assisted Harry in running their family business, the Peninsula Oil Co., for 31 years-member of the United Methodist Church in Sturgeon Bay and an active member of Eastern Star, serving in many offices including several times as Worthy Matron. She was an officer of the Grand Chapter of Wisconsin-briefly wrote for the Des Moines Register in the early 1950s and wrote and produced several skits for the Wisconsin Grand Chapter of Eastern Star-preceeded in death by her husband, Harry, son William, six brothers and sisters, three brothers-in-law, one daughter-in-law and one son-in-law-survived by her two daughters: Janet (Robert) ESLER of Sheboygan, Dr. Patricia NELL of Sturgeon Bay, five grandchildren: William (Tammy) NELL of Green Bay, Tracey NELL of Sturgeon Bay, Jennifer (Darren) DeBROUX of Brussels, Harry (Sally) NELL of Sturgeon Bay and Amy Nell ESLER of St. Paul, Minnesota, three step-grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren-was the family matriarch and family historian-researched the INGRAHAM family back to the American Revolution-membership in the Daughters of the American Revolution-enjoyed annual trips to New York State for family reunions-wintered in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, for eight years-will be buried in the NELL family plot in Arlington Cemetery in Milwaukee-funeral will be held in Sturgeon Bay on Saturday, October 9- Huehns Funeral Home, 1414 Michigan Street, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235-Eastern Star service will be held on Saturday-Memorials may be made in her memory to Honor Chapter #1 Order of Eastern Star, or the United Methodist Church in Sturgeon Bay-HUEHNS Funeral Home,


NELSON, Carol H./b. 7 Mar 1939, Milwaukee, WI-d. Thurs. 25 Nov 2010, OSF St. Anthony Medical Center; *Source: OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate: Carol H. NELSON, (71), Rockford-parents: Roy and Evelyn HARDENBROOK JOHNSON-Graduated from Pulaski High School and Alverno College in Milwaukee-received her Master's Degree from Villanova University-Married Ronald B. NELSON in Milwaukee on 23 Dec 1961-began career teaching in the Milwaukee Public School System-taught in Appleton, Wis.-taught in the main line town of Gladwyn, Penn., a suburb of Philadelphia, at the Children's House, a private Montessori School-lived in Bergamo, Italy, from 1972 to 1973 where took Elementary AMI Montessori training-returned to Pennsylvania-team taught the first elementary Montessori Program there, which she had established-started the Montessori program in Rockford as an alternative program and was instrumental in expanding it through the years- taught at Garrison, Henrietta and Lathrop schools as well as some time spent teaching at St. Rita School-member of the Rockford Woman's Club and Delta Kappa Gamma-following her retirement was one of the original people involved in the development of "Kid's Place" within the court system-Survivors include her husband, Ronald; sister-in-law, Jean (Raleigh) BLOCH; nieces, Diana (Paul) NOREIKA and Julie (Bob) ASTEGHER; grand-nieces and grand-nephews, Brian and Matthew NOREIKA, Karen (Brian) McGRAW and Sarah ORLOSKI; great-grand nephew, Jack McGRAW; cousins and many good friends-Predeceased by her parents and step-parents, Jeanette (Neal) McCLELLAN-memorial celebration Sunday, 5 Dec 2010, in Rockford Country Club, 2500 Oxford St.-Fitzgerald Funeral Home & Crematory, Mulford Chapel, 1860 S. Mulford Rd., www.fitzgerald


NELSON, Edward Olaf/b. 3 Oct 1924, Ellison Bay, Door Co., WI-d. 26 Oct 2010; *Source: Door Co. Advocate-Wed. 29 Dec 2010: Edward Olaf NELSON, (86), Grand Forks (formerly of Ellison Bay, Wis.)-parents: John and Anna NELSON-graduated from Gibraltar High School-After military service graduated from Luther College with a degree in Math-. He earned his PhD in Math from the University of Minnesota in 1959-was a Math Professor at the University of North Dakota for 35 years before retiring in 1993-Survivors include daughters, Julie (Rik) GETTY, Boulder, Colo.; Gail NELSON, Northfield, Minn.; and Teresa (Doug) BEARROOD, Woodbury, Minn.; and three grandchildren-also survived by his brother, Gordon (Donna) NELSON, Ellison Bay-preceded in death by his wife, Bobbe NELSON and siblings, Robert NELSON and Agnes (NELSON) SMITH-Memorial Service held at Shepherd of the Bay Lutheran Church in Ellison Bay, Wis., on Thursday, 30 Dec 2010.


NELSON, Merlyn Donald/b. 15 Jun 1925, Sister Bay, Door Co., WI-d. Sat. 11 Dec 2010; *Source: Door Co. Advocate-Sat. 11 Dec 2010: Merlyn Donald NELSON, (85)-parents: Joseph and Alma (BECKSTROM) NELSON-graduated from Ellison Bay High School in 1941-was their star basketball player-served his country in the United States Navy during World War II in the Philippines-When he returned home from the war he worked for Hass Dairy in Sister Bay, A. O. Smith and Schlitz Brewery in Milwaukee-returned to Sister Bay and worked as a carpenter with his father Joseph and brother Harlow-They built many homes in Northern Door County, including the home he lived in-life-long member of the Sister Bay Moravian Church-survived by nephews and nieces; David (Carolyn) NELSON, Larry (Jane) NELSON, Lynn (Margie) NELSON, Laverne (Glen) HOFFMANN, Carol (Naron) FISHER, Valerie (Dennis) SHAW, Joan NELSON-THOME, Susan (Dick) STAVER, Cindy NELSON, Sally (Paul) KODANKO, Ingrid (Mel) LAWRENCE and Joan (Dan) BUSHMAN and also by great nephews and great nieces, other relatives and friends-preceded in death by parents, brothers Ellsworth (Jane) NELSON, Harlow (Lucille) NELSON, Elliot (Louise) NELSON, sisters Muriel (Earl) HOFF and Marcella (LENNART) WIDEN. Also nephew Dennis NELSON and niece Jean NELSON-funeral service on Wed. 15 Dec 2010 at Sister Bay Moravian Church-thank you to Delmar DAHL for all his loving visits with Merlyn and the Good Samaritan Society Scandia Village Care Center and Pastor Kerry KRAUSS and Pastor Dawn VOLPE-CASPERSON Funeral Home,


NIENOW, Lisa Ann (STACH)/b. 24 May 1959, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI-d. 12 Jul 2010, at home, West Bend, WI; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate- Sat. 21 Aug 2010: Lisa Ann (STACH) NIENOW, (51), West Bend, Wis., passed away at home after a three year battle with ovarian cancer-lived in Sturgeon Bay in her early twenties-worked at Apple Valley Lanes-moved back to her childhood home in Menomonee Falls, Wis.-completed her schooling as a hair dresser-worked at Hair Care Harmony and Classic Hairlines-receptionist at Milwaukee Electric Tool Co.-married Robert NIENOW, on 5 May 1990-survived by her husband, Bob; two cherished sons, Justin and Keith; all of West Bend; loving parents, Lee and Dee STACH, Forestville, Wis.; dear sisters, Debbie (Bill) OVERBECK, Sturgeon Bay, and Patti (Greg) HELLAND, Germantown, Wis.; maternal aunt Jayne (Steve) BELONGIA, Sturgeon Bay; two maternal uncles, Ronald (Jeri) FLEMING, Sturgeon Bay, and Robert (Kay) FLEMING, Canyon Lake, Tx. & One Paternal Uncle J. R. (Lois) STACH Algoma, WI. and many loving nieces, nephews and cousins-preceded in death by one infant brother, Ricky Lee STACH; maternal grandparents, Elmer (Red) and Lucille FLEMING, Sturgeon Bay; and paternal grandparents Clarence and Myrtle STACH, Forestville; paternal uncles John (Judy) STACH and Charles STACH; paternal aunt Dee (Karl) PUDER, Round Lake, Ill.-Funeral services were held 16 Jul 2010, at Wisconsin Memorial Park, Milwaukee, Wis.- Guest book may be signed at


NOLL, Agnes/b. 22 Apr 1895, Nasewaupee, Door Co., WI-d. 1968, Hoosick Falls, NY-(72), parents: Mr. and Mrs. Elias HAINES-grew up here-became a nurse in Sturgeon Bay and Milwaukee-spent most of married life in Milwaukee-Husband: William NOLL who died about 10 years ago-had moved to their cottage at Hainesville after Mr. NOLL's retirement-Surviving: daughter, Mrs. Carl (Jean) ROWE, Greenfield Center, N.Y.; four grandchildren; a brother, Talmadge HAINES, in San Francisco; three sisters, Miss Elma HAINES, R. 4, Mrs. L. E. (Nellie) ORR, San Antonio, TX, and Mrs. Manda DARVY, Owantonna, MN.-OBIT: Door Co. Advocate-Tues. 2 Apr 1968, Sec. 1-P.3.


NORZ, Geri/d. Mon. 8 Jun 2009, at home, Fish Creek-(78)-married Ann- owned and operated the Fish Creek General Store for 30 years starting in 1970, -children, five grandchildren, nieces, nephews and assorted pets.  Survivors include his wife of 50 years, Ann, two children, Gerald (Lisa), and Charles (Karen), five grandchildren. Annika, Kelsey, Lindsay, Alex, and Abby; and a brother, Hans-preceded in death by one brother, Helmut-memorial service in Fish Creek Saturday, 25 Jul (2009). OBITUARY-Door County Advocate-Wed. 17 Jun 2009.


OEHLERT, Dorothy Julia/b. 20 Apr 1921, Rio, WI-d. Wed. 14 Apr 2010, Pine Acres Care Center, DeKalb; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-24 Apr 2010: Dorothy Julia Oehlert, 88, Sycamore, died peacefully-parents: Nelvin and Lyda (MATHISON) MONSON-married Lynn F. OEHLERT 30 May 1942, in Rio-he preceded her in death 5 Nov 1994-Bachelor's and Master's degrees at NIU-taught grade school in DeKalb County for 30 years-member of Salem Lutheran Church-Retired Teachers Assoc., AFS, and volunteered for American Cancer Society and American Heart Association-survived by three daughters, Judy (Bill) BERGESON, Sycamore; Connie (Mike) O'HARA, Rochester, Minn.; and Bonnie (Bob) HARTMANN, Sturgeon Bay, Wis.; three sons, Rod (Marty) OEHLERT, Sycamore; Mark (Nancy) OEHLERT, Sterling; and Don (Julie) OEHLERT, Arlington Heights; 13 grandchildren, Daniel (Katie) and Peter (Kerri) FRIZ, Kevin, Liam, Annie and Nora O'HARA, Kim (Eric) SIMMONS, Stephanie (Pete) KLEIN, Christy, Michelle, Amanda, Samuel and Rachel OEHLERT, six great-grandchildren, Julia and Erin SIMMONS, Shane OEHLERT, Madison, Mia and Grace FRIZ; three sisters, Gertrude TORMEY, Vacaville, Calif.; Lorraine OLSTADT, Madison, Wis.; Claudine SCHWARTZ-FEAGIN, Littleton, Colo.; sister-in-law, Joan MONSON; and several nieces and nephews-Predeceased by her parents; husband; two brothers, Vernon and Kenneth MONSON-Funeral service Monday, 19 Apr 2010, in Salem Lutheran Church, 1145 DeKalb Ave, Sycamore, Rev. Dr. Janet H. HUNT-Burial in Elmwood Cemetery-OLSON Funeral & Cremation Services, Quiram-Sycamore Chapel-


O'HERN, Patrick Edward/b. 26 Jun 1952, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI-d. 14 Oct 2010; OBITUARY-Door County Advocate-Sat. 23 Oct 2010: Patrick Edward O'HERN, (58), of Park Ridge, IL and Door County, WI-lifetime resident of Door County-graduated from Sevastopol High School and University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point-married Carol (SCHIEMANN) Aug 1982 at St. Joseph's Catholic Church-Surviving are his wife Carol; one son, Patrick (Giovan MONTANARO), Park Ridge; one daughter, Shannon (Brandon CROMWELL) Park Ridge and Tuscaloosa, Alabama; two sisters, Mary (Bruce) GUILLAUME and Jean (Dave) BOTTONI; sister-in-law, Leslie (Jon) GAST, Sturgeon Bay; nieces and nephews-preceded in death by his parents, Edward and Rita (NUESSE) O'HERN; one sister, Sus (Ken) CULLEN; and mother-in-law Elsie (EBERT) SCHIEMANN-memorial service held Tues. 19 Oct 2010 at St. Luke's Lutheran Church in Park Ridge-A reception celebrating his life is being planned in Door County.


OLSEN, Faye Shirley/b. 13 Apr 1928, Detroit, Michigan-d. Thurs. 30 Dec 2010, The Gathering of Door County, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI; *Source: OBITUARY-HUEHNS Funeral Home: Faye Shirley OLSEN, (82), formerly of Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan, and more recently of Sturgeon Bay,-parents: Fred and Viola (GORDON) LEPIRE-worked as a sky chef for American Airlines-member of the Cribbage Club in Sault Ste. Marie-collected limited edition coins-survived by her two daughters, Virginia (Tom) DE PAEPE of Arkansas (and their children, Thomas, Cindy, and Tiffany ), Brenda (Charlie MURASKI) BAUER of Sturgeon Bay (and her son, Kyle JENKINS), and her deceased son Raymond’s children, Raymond and Michael GOLEMBIEWSKI, of Ohio; nine great-grandchildren; and one brother, Roger (Janet) LePIRE of Green Bay-preceded in death by parents and son, Raymond GOLEMBIEWSKI-no public funeral services for Faye S. OLSEN-HUEHNS Funeral Home


OLSON, David N./b. 23 Apr 1938, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI-d. Wed. 2 Jun 2010, Shady Lane Nursing Care Center, Manitowoc, WI; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Sat. 5 Jun 2010: David N. OLSON age (72) of 338 Woodridge Place Manitowoc-parents: late Norman and Eleanora (GIGSTAD) OLSON-grew up in Door Co.-was 1956 graduate of Sturgeon Bay High School-graduated in 1960 from St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minn. with a degree in education-taught for one semester in Sturgeon Bay-taught 1961-1966 at Boscobel-1966 moved to Manitowoc and was employed by the Manitowoc School District until his retirement in 1998-former Dept. Head for the Language Arts Dept. of the Manitowoc Public School District-Married 4 Aug 1962 to Jean M. WANKE at Sturgeon Bay-member of First Lutheran Church-44 year member of the Clipper City Chordsman-sang in many quartets in the area from 1967-2008 including: the Humm Bugs, Welcome Change, Sound Gallery, New Manitones, Carte Blanche adn Occasional harmony-editor for SPEBSQSA (Society for the Perservation and Encouragement of Barbershop Quartet Singing in America) Land of Lakes District, Pitch Piper; a monthly publication from 1977-1988-Didtrict Barbershopper of the Year in 1984 and historian for the district from 1988-1997-president of the Clipper City Chordsman for three terms and its historian-Survivors include his wife: Jean OLSON of Manitowoc; three children and their spouses: John OLSON of Tempe, AZ; Laurie (Tracy) VIRNOCHE of Manitowoc; Eric (Kristen) OLSON of Yorktown, VA; five grandchildren: Hailey VIRNOCHE, Mackenzie VIRNOCHE, Alex OLSON, Hannah OLSON and Lily OLSON; two sisters and brothers-in-law: Sigrid (Duane) WIANS of Green Bay; Chris Jay HILL of Madison; one sister-in-law and brother-in-law: Jan (Earl) HIGGINS of Stevens Point; nieces, nephews other relatives and friends survive-preceded in death by his parents: Norman and Eleanora OLSON and his father-in-law and mother-in-law: Owen and Violet WANKE-Memorial Service: Mon. 7 Jun 2010 at the First Lutheran Church, 521 N. 8th St. Manitowoc, Rev. Roald HARSWICK-entombment of his cremated remains to follow at Knollwood Mausoleum, 1500 Hwy 310, Manitowoc-The REINBOLD & PFEFFER Family Funeral Home of Manitowoc.


OLSON-METCALF, Margaret/b. 21 Aug 1925, Liberty Grove, Door Co., WI-d. Thurs. 10 Jun 2010, Ashtabula Co. Nursing Home, Ashtabula, OH; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Wed. 30 Jun 2010: Margaret OLSON-METCALF, (84) Ashtabula, Ohio-parents: Isadore and Lorraine (STAVER) PLUFF-employed at the Parrish House Restaurant and at Carlisle's for 17 years in the credit department-member of the First United Methodist Church and the Red Hat Society-survived by her two sons, Larry OLSON, Sturgeon Bay, Wis.; and James OLSON, Ashtabula; step-son, Duane (Laila) METCALF, Parker, Colo.; four daughters, June (John) LONG and Betty (Douglas) VALENTINE, both of Ashtabula; Margaret (James) PANENEN, Dorset; and Pam STULL, Castle, Rock, Colo.; four sisters, Augusta BRUNGRABER and Bernice HAWKINS, both of Wisconsin; and Patricia SCRUGGS, Jeanette SADER, Arkansas; three brothers, Harry PLUFF, Arkansas; Kenneth PLUFF, Florida; and Darrell PLUFF, Jefferson; 19 grandchildren; 27 great-grandchildren; and three great-great-grandchildren-preceded in death by her parents; her first husband, Lawrence OLSON; second husband, Donald METCALF; step-son, Donald METCALF Jr.; and two brothers, Raymond and Arthur-FLEMING BILLMAN Funeral Home- .


ONAN, Colin L. "Collie"/d. Sat. 6 Nov 2010, Elizabeth Residence, Bayside: Door County Advocate: Wed. 10 Nov 2010: Colin L. ONAN, (76), Mequon, passed away peacefully-graduated from Wayland Academy of Beaver Dam in 1953, and from Layton School of Art in 1957-married Catherine LeCLAIR of Jacksonport after graduation-began his career at Waukee Engineering Company in Milwaukee, Wis.-25 years with Waukee-excellent sculptor and oil painter-favorite places to spend time was in Jacksonport, Wis., -survived by sons, Roby (Karen) ONAN, Grafton, Wis.; Kevin (Jan) ONAN, Hendersonville, N.C.; and Kim (Kevin) SCHULTZ, Wausau, Wis.; grandchildren, Alyssa, Zachary and Becky ONAN, Theresa, Lucas and Jacob ONAN, and Evan and Nicholas SCHULTZ-survived by his brother, Robert (Gail) ONAN, St. Paul, Minn.-nieces, nephews and other relatives-preceded in death by his parents, Robert C. ONAN and Katherine (LUCAS) ONAN-private family gathering will be held in remembrance of Colin


ORLIK, Artie L./b. 17 Aug 1944, Crystal Falls, Mich.-d. Wed. 10 Nov 2010, Hospice Care, Madison, Dane Co., WI; *Source: OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Sat. 13 Nov 2010: Artie L. ORLIK, Madison-parents: Adele and Arthur CLARK-received her BA at the University of Michigan in 1965-married Peter ORLIK in 1964-moved to Madison in 1966-taught mathematics, most recently at Madison West High School, and retired in 2004-family summer home in Door County-survived by her husband, Peter; daughter, Anne Britt ORLIK and partner Leah CRESWELL; daughter, Katrina PHELPS and husband, Nate; grandchildren, Alyssa and Riley PHELPS; and mother Adele BROAD CLARK-preceded in death by her father, Arthur S. CLARK-celebration of her life will be held at HospiceCare, 5395 E. Cheryl Pkwy on Sunday, Dec. 19, from 2 to 4 p.m.-Cress Funeral Service, (608) 238-3434


ORLOCK, John A./b. 6 Apr 1924, Chicago, IL-d. 13 Oct 2010, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI; *Source: OBITUARY-HUEHNS Funeral Home: John A. ORLOCK, (86), late of Sturgeon Bay, passed in his sleep in the early morning hours of 13 Oct 2010, surrounded by members of his family-had been battling various physical ailments, including heart disease, in the last years of his life-The oldest son of Arthur "Jack" ORLOCK and Verona (MURPHY)-attended Lane Tech High School and began a career in insurance at the Homer Gwinn company-met his wife of 60-plus years, Marion (TRACY), while working at the firm-married on 27 Jan 1950, in Chicago-settled in Downers Grove, in the western suburbs of Chicago, to raise a family of seven children-earned certification as a CPCU in insurance underwriting and rose to vice president of Security Mutual Casualty Company in Chicago before finishing his career as an insurance regulator for the state of Illinois-retired in 1990 to Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin-poetry work recently appeared in the pages of the Peninsula Pulse, and he continued composing new verse up to the last days of his life-preceded in death by his parents and three siblings: Robert, Marjean (HOLUB), and Gloria (DARMODY)-survived by his wife and seven children: Pamela Louise (FOULK) of Downers Grove; Michael John (Elizabeth FOLEY) of Sturgeon Bay; John Tracy of Downers Grove; Robert John (Trish KARRIS) of Madison, Alabama; Jane Louise (Brandon BAWEL) of Downers Grove; Patricia Louise (GRAF) of Evanston, Illinois; and Amy Louise (Joe WAGNER) of Downers Grove- grandfather of 18 and great-grandfather of four-Memorial services held for friends and family in Sturgeon Bay Thursday, October 21, at 1:30 PM at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church; and in Downers Grove, Illinois, Thursday, 28 Oct at 10:00 AM at St. Mary’s Catholic Church-Huehns Funeral Home of Sturgeon Bay,


OTT, Carolyn A./b. 29 Sep 1947, Algoma, Kewaunee Co., WI-d. Sat. 5 Jun 2010, Door Co. Memorial Hospital, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI; OBITUARY-FORBES Funeral Home: Carolyn A. OTT, (62), Sturgeon Bay passed away after a long courageous battle on Saturday June 5, 2010-parents: Gerald and Ruby DENAMUR-married on 30 Aug 1969 to Dennis M. OTT at St. Mary’s Church in Algoma-Survivors include her husband, Dennis M.; a daughter Tina HOWARD, Sturgeon Bay; a grandson, Branden; two brothers, Gary (Marilyn) DeNAMUR, Sturgeon Bay; Roy (Cheryl) DeNAMUR, Dykesville; Several brothers and sisters in law-preceded in death by her son, Emeri Angel OTT and her parents-Memorial services Friday, 18 Jun 2010 at the FORBES Funeral Home, Howard LINDSAY Minister-FORBES Funeral Home.


OURADNIK, Alvina B./b. 18 Mar 1926, Jacksonport, Door, WI-d. Sun. 14 Mar 2010, Shady Lane Nursing Care Center, Manitowoc, WI; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Wed. 17 Mar 2010: Alvina B. OURADNIK, (83), formerly of 148 Davis Street, Two Rivers-parents: late Richard and Amelia (SCHULTZ) STREGE-married William H. OURADNIK 10 Feb 1945, at Immanuel Evangelical Lutheran Church-He preceded her in death on 28 Jan 2004-member of Immanuel Evangelical Lutheran Church-Survivors include one daughter and son-in-law: Sandra L. (John) STADELMAN, Manitowoc; one son: James A. OURADNIK and special friend Calla LODEL, Two Rivers; six grandchildren: Michael (DeNean) STADELMAN, Manitowoc; Stacey (Mark) STURM, Mishicot; Travis OURADNIK and special friend Jackie SLEGER, Two Rivers; Devodah HOLSCHBACH, MN; Tori (Harold) OWENS, TX; Sgt. Major Brian HOLSCHBACH, Iraq; seven great grandchildren; one brother and sister-in-law: Robert (Ann) STREGE, Neenah; brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law: Gordon CARMODY, Algoma; Donald "Jack" OURADNIK, IL; Melvin (Shirley) OURADNIK, Manitowoc; Gary (Sandy) OURADNIK, Mishicot; Hazel ARNEMAN, Manitowoc; Mary Ann LANDT, Manitowoc; Joan (Harlas) LUCKOW, Manitowoc; Jane KRACHT, Two Rivers; Shirley (Allan) BARNER, Two Rivers. Nieces, nephews-preceded in death by her parents; her husband, William; one son and daughter-in-law: Richard W. (Sandra) OURADNIK; one grandson: Jason T. OURADNIK; five brothers and three sisters; brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law-Funeral services held Thurs. 18 Mar 2010, at Immanuel Evangelical Lutheran Church, 916 Pine Street, Manitowoc, Rev. Paul SCHOSSOW and Rev. Nicholas MAGLIETTO-entombment at Knollwood Mausoleum, 1500 Hwy 310, Manitowoc-Reinbold & Pfeffer Family Funeral Home.


PARADISE, Ruth M./b. 23 Apr 1929, Algoma, Kewaunee Co., WI-d. Sat. 14 Aug 2010, Algoma, Kewaunee Co., WI; OBITUARY-SCHINDERLE Funeral Home: Ruth M. PARADISE, (81), 5060 County S, Algoma-parents: late Beatrice (NOVAK) and Herman KIRCHMAN-married to Alfred PARADISE on 26 Oct 1948 at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Algoma-her husband preceded her in death 13 Aug 1992-owned and operated the home farm up until her death-

he is survived by one daughter, Mary Ellen (Lee) SILBILSKY, Forestville, and one son, Mark (Janet) PARADISE, Algoma-survived by two sisters, Pearl JADIN and Barb and John ROGERS, two brothers Willard and June KIRCHMAN, and Larry and Judy KIRCHMAN, brothers in-law and sisters in-law Rita PARADISE, Pat and Shirley PARADISE, Joe and Carol PARADISE, and many special nieces and nephews-preceded in death by her parents, and brothers and sisters in-law Rod JADIN, Virgil PARADISE, Marge and Milton WALDOW, Mary and Edward BLAHA, and Verna and Hank DeBOUCHE, and nephew Jason ROGERS, mother and father in-law Lawrence and Mary PARADISE and stepmother Mary (BUHR) PARADISE-Mass at St. Peters Catholic Church in Lincoln (Kewaunee Co.) Tuesday 17 Aug 2010 with Deacon Paul ZENEFSKI officiating-Entombment will be at the Shrine of Good Shepard Mausoleum, Green Bay-SCHINDERLE Funeral home.


PETERS, Michael Norman/b. 1948-d. 4 Mar 2010, at home in Houston, Texas-OBITUARY: Door County Advocate-Wed. 17 Mar 2010:Michael Norman PETERS died of natural causes after a long period of chronic illness-parents: Frances and Norman PETERS of Green Bay-married Helen OFF of Sturgeon Bay-resided there until the couple moved to Houston-office manager at a frame and body shop-worked security until he was no longer able-In spite of his disabilities, he volunteered with the Houston Police Department-served on the local Citizens Patrol .3 -helped whenever the city asked for volunteers including during Hurricanes Katrina and Ike-always loved caring for dogs-survived by his wife, Helen and his sister Karen O'MALLEY of Malone, Wisconsin.


PETERSON, Coral/b. 2 Sep 1936-15 May 2010; OBITUARY-HUEHNS Funeral Home: Coral Peterson 73, of Baileys Harbor passed away Saturday, May 15, 2010 at her home following a lengthy illness-formal academic education in Chicago-career in Elk Grove School District 59-retired after 30 years-joined staff of the Theosophical Society in Wheaton for 9 years-preceded in death by husband: Pat, Chicago firefighter; step-dad Bill, son Mark at age 23-surviving is one son Lee-Service of remembrance Sat, 22 May 2010 at the Oaks in Baileys Harbor in the Gazebo-reception following at Coral's House in the Oaks- Huehns Funeral Home .


PETERSON, Roger Franklyn/b. 20 Jun 1928, Cedar Rapids Iowa-d. 13 May 2010, Pine Crest Residential Living, Sturgeon Bay, Door, WI; OBITUARY-HUEHNS Funeral Home: Retired Judge Roger Franklyn Peterson 81 years, of Sturgeon Bay, died Thursday evening, May 13, 2010 at Pine Crest Residential Living in Sturgeon Bay-parents: only son of Benjamin Harrison and Eda A. (SWENSON) PETERSON-graduated high school and Coe College in Cedar Rapids Iowa, then University of Iowa-School of Law-law practice with Butterfield, Ball, Beekman and Peterson-elected county attorney-Chief Judge of Iowa's 1st Judicial District-served in U.S. Army in Europe 1950 to 1951-married Mary E. VAN VLIET on 23 Feb 1957 at Pella Iowa 2nd Reform Church-she preceded him in death on 12 Oct 2003-member of Hope United Church of Christ, Sturgeon Bay Rotary Club and the Board of Adjustment-Survivors include three sons, Bruce (Susan) and their son Simon, Boston, Mass; Jeff (Jill) and their children, Brandon and Breanna PETERSON, Detroit, Mich; Justin (Kyle) and their children, Lydia and Ben, Denver, Colo.-Funeral services Mon. 17 May 2010 at Hope United Church of Christ in Sturgeon Bay, Rev. Richard FEYEN-Burial at Oakwood Cemetery in Pella, Iowa on Wed. 19 May 2010- HUEHNS Funeral Home.


PIERQUET, Betty J./b. 20 May 1928, Oshkosh, WI-d. 16 Dec 2009, Park View Manor, Green Bay, Brown Co., WI-(81)-of Sturgeon Bay-parents: Arden and Marie (CONRAD) SHELDON-Married 9 Apr 1949, Cy A. PIERQUET, Green Bay-owned and operated PIERQUET's TV and Appliance with locations in both Green Bay and Sturgeon Bay-retired to Sturgeon Bay and Sarasota, Florida-Survivors: 2 children, Cy PIERQUET Jr., and Debra (Kevin) WELSH, Boulder, CO; 2 special grandchildren, Eric WELSH and Kelly WELSH; a sister-in-law, Anna SHELDON, Oshkosh; a nephew, Rick SHELDON, Las Vegas, NV; a cousin, Marie (Skip) HARTMAN, Sturgeon Bay; brothers-in-laws and sisters-in-law, Marvin PIERQUET, Jerome PIERQUET, Doloros (Ray) HEYRMAN, Shirley (Jim) MORGAN, Myrna (Robert) PASTERSKI, Kathleen LALUZERNE, Loreen (Larry) CUMBER, Helen PIERQUET, Lucille PIERQUET, Delores PIERQUET and Marion PIERQUET.  -preceded in death by husband Cy, her parents, a brother, Richard SHELDON, and numberous brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law.  Funeral Services-Tuesday 22 Dec 2009-Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, Sturgeon Bay, Rev. Nathan LEWIS-Entombment, Shrine of the Good Shepherd Mausoleum.  FORBES Funeral Home." OBITUARY-Door County Daily -16 Dec 2009.


PLAGENS, June Mabel/b. "16 Jun 1927"in Door County, WI-d. Sun. 16 May 2010, Tampa, FL; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Wed. 19 May 2010 & "Sat. 24 Jul 2010": June Mabel PLAGENS, 82, "formerly of Little Sturgeon". passed away-parents: Frank and Neva Mabel (DEJARDIN) BRAUER-homemaker-Catholic faith-resident of Avon Park since 1988 coming from Wisconsin-Survived by her husband of 15 years, Harold PLAGENS, Avon Park, Fla.; children Marseille "Marcy" ALLEN (Rev. Dave "David"), Viroqua, Wis.; and Arden DAOUST (Vickie), Wisconsin; sister Joyce WECKLER, Wisconsin; seven "eight" grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren-preceded in death by her first husband of 40 years Hilton DAOUST and two sisters, "Jean LAVIOLETTE" and "Betty DESTREE"-Cremation arrangements entrusted to Stephenson-Nelson Funeral Home of Avon Park, Fla.-"Memorial service Sat. 31 Jul at Family Worship Center in Sturgeon Bay, Rev. David ALLEN officiating".


PLATT, Dorcas CAMERON/d. 17 Mar 2010, Palm City, FL; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Wed. 5 May 2010:  Dorcas CAMERON PLATT Sturgeon Bay, died March 17, 2010, at her winter residence in Palm City, Fla-parents: Ronald and Bess CAMERON of Southampton, N.Y.-graduate of Wellesley College and Columbia University-married George J. PLATT of Manitowoc, in NYC in 1944-active for many years in the social, civic, religious, and literary life of Manitowoc-member of Clio Club, a literary and study society founded in 1890, and the oldest club in Manitowoc County-members of the B & B Club, and founding members of Branch River Country Club-president of the Junior Service League (1952)-president of Memorial Hospital Auxiliary (1959), and president of Manitou Girl Scout Council (1968 to 1973)-delegate to the 58th General Convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church in Honolulu, Hawaii (1955)-parishioner of Church of the Atonement in Fish Creek-served on its Bishop's Committee (1993 to 1996)-preceded in death by George J. PLATT in 1982-survived by her four children, Dorcas PLATT WAGENKNECHT, Hamburg, Germany; Barbara PLATT LAURIS, Corvallis, Ore.; Cameron King PLATT, Chiang Mai, Thailand; and Robert Livingston PLATT, Aurora, Colo.; two grandchildren, Cameron WAGENKNECHT and Kristy BUSEMANN, both of Hamburg, Germany; and two granddaughters, Leonie WAGENKNECHT and Romy BUSEMANN-She enjoyed good health throughout her life, and died peacefully.

A private family ceremony was held in Florida.


PLINSKE, Leland (Lee) Hugo/b. 18 Jul 1926, Sawyer, Door Co., WI-d. Sat. 18 Dec 2010, Bellin Memorial Hospital, Green Bay, Door Co., WI; *Source-OBITUARY-Proko-Wall Funeral Home; Leland (Lee) Hugo PLINSKE, (84), of Green Bay, passed away due to complications from a lung infection-Since the passing of his wife, Dorothy, almost 12 years prior, Lee made the most of every minute with his family-made annual trips to Saipan, Northern Mariana Islands, to visit his son, Eric, and grandson, Leland (who was named after him)-served our country proudly in both the navy and the army-was a World War II, Korean War, and Vietnam War veteran-retired from the military after more than 20 years of service, always staying abroad, so that his oldest son Loyll would never be sent to war-After the birth of his first son (Loyll Emmanuel), Lee made sure Loyll knew his grandparents and the safety of his country-Before he retired from the military, Lee met Dorothy Ann ZIMONICK-They married on 2 May 1960, in Virginia Beach, Virginia-They had two children, Eric Lee and Caryn Sue-After serving our country was able to return home to his family before deciding to work for the government once again- served our government for at least 18 more years when he worked for the Post Office-was preceded in death by his wife, Dorothy A. (ZIMONICK) PLINSKE, 2 Mar 1999; his parents, Hugo Ferdinand PLINSKE, 27 Feb 1964, and Sarah (Sadye) Eleanor (GORDON) PLINSKE, 11 Apr 1987; his brothers and sister, Emmanuel Loyll PLINSKE, 24 Sep 1941, Vernon H. PLINSKE Sr., 5 Mar 2006, John Charles PLINSKE, who died as an infant, and Beatrice PLINSKE, 9 Nov 1917-survived by his children, Loyll E. PLINSKE and his wife Bridget, Eric L. PLINSKE and his wife Antonia, and Caryn S. PLINSKE; his grandchildren, C. David PLINSKE, Tiffany D. PLINSKE, Jordyn Q. PLINSKE, and Leland Juan B. PLINSKE; and his great grandchildren, Westley M. PLINSKE, Sasha R. PLINSKE, Justen D. CULLERS, Ashtyn M. PLINSKE, Tyler J. CULLERS, and Ryan L. PLINSKE-Proko-Wall Funeral Home, 1630 East Mason Street, Green Bay-funeral service Thursday 23 Dec 2010 at Our Saviour Lutheran Church, 120 S. Henry Street, Green Bay, with the Rev. David HATCH officiating-Burial with Full Military Honors to follow at Woodlawn Cemetery in Green Bay-PROKO-WALL Funeral Home,


POKRZYWINSKI, Robert F./b. 14 Jul 1924, Milwaukee, WI-d. Fri. 1 Oct 2010, at home, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI; OBITUARY-HUEHNS Funeral Home: Robert F. POKRZYWINSKI, (86) of Sturgeon Bay-parents: Francis and Hedwig (BACZYNSKI) POKRZYWINSKI-was a data systems analyst for A O Smith in Milwaukee for 43 years-After his retirement, he and Jean relocated to Door County-survived by his son, Mark of Menomonee Falls-Preceding him in death were his parents; first wife, Esther; second wife, Jean; and his brother Norman-Funeral services held Thursday at Huehns Funeral Home-HUEHNS Funeral Home,


POLZIN, Donna (JEPSEN)/b. 8 Jul 1937, Duluth, Minnesota-d. Sat. 13 Mar 2010, OBITUARY-CASPERSON Funeral Home: Donna (JEPSEN) POLZIN, (72), of Washington Island and Peshtigo-hard-fought battle with cancer-parents: Marvin and Gudrun (BLOMBERG) JEPSEN-younger brothers Willie and Bob-raised and went to school on Washington Island-married Ivan HUTTON, Oct 1954-moved to Sheboygan-He preceded her in death 1967-married Wally POLZIN, 19 Jul 1969-raised eight children: Debbie (Jim) SHERIDAN, Mary (Richard) BERG, Tammy (Jeff) WALTERS, Jerry (Jean) HUTTON, Mike (Jorja) HUTTON, Pat (Lynn) HUTTON, Dawn (Terry) CHIER and Ann (fiancé Tryg JENSEN);grandchildren: Josh, Matt, Meta, Katrin, Jenny, Kari, Eric, Katie, Kari, Laura, Emily, BJ, Alisa, Casey Jo, Nathan, Breanna, Gale and Lily-seven great grandchildren, the most recent being born last Sunday-also survived by her brother, Bill (Willie) JEPSEN-preceding her in death are her parents Marvin and Gudrun JEPSEN, brothers Bob and Jerry JEPSEN, mother-in-law Berneta and grandson Matt-Funeral Services Sat. 20 Mar at Trinity Lutheran Church on Washington Island.


PUSEY, Ralph Alan/b. 12 Dec 1920, Milwaukee, WI-d. Mon., 3 May 2010, Door County Memorial Hospital, Sturgeon Bay, Door, WI; OBITUARY-HUEHNS Funeral Home: Ralph Alan PUSEY, 89, of Baileys Harbor, passed away on Monday, May 3, 2010 at Door County Memorial Hospital-parents: Ralph Ellis and Marian (ANDREWS) PUSEY-graduated from high school in Milwaukee-attended and graduated from Brooklyn in New York-served his country in the United States Navy from 1941 to 1946-Married in 1947 to Sarah Ellen CHANDLER-owned and operated a shoe store and repair business in Milwaukee-moved to Door County in 1970-ran a bee product manufacturing company and shop called Honey Farm Shop for more than ten years in Baileys Harbor-survived by his wife, Sarah of Baileys Harbor; son, Bruce (Cindy) ANDREWS of Baileys Harbor; daughter, Ellen MANION; two grandchildren; and one great-grandchild-preceded in death by his parents and one infant child-Private family services planned with burial in Pine Lawn Cemetery in Milwaukee-HUEHNS Funeral Home.


QUAM, Jodie J./b. 2 Apr 1958, Sturgeon Bay, Door, WI-d. 14 Sep 2009, at home, Sturgeon Bay, Door, WI: OBITUARY-FORBES Funeral Home: (51), a lifelong resident of Sturgeon Bay passed away peacefully at home-parents, Eugene (Buff) and JoAnn QUAM of Sturgeon Bay-Surviving: devoted sister Heidi DYER (Tim MASHUDA) of Green Lake, and brother Erik (Sara) QUAM of Andover, Minnesota, beloved nieces, Gretchen (Matt SAVINA) of Cameron and Eva and Beatrice QUAM of Andover, Minnesota; by her Aunt Carol and Uncle Lloyd DELLISE, Aunt Anita UEHLING, Great Aunts Elaine POLICH and Jeanette GILLICK, cousins and countless special friends-preceded in death by grandparents, Elmer and Eva QUAM, John and Agnes GILLICK and her aunt, Barbara WILKE-nine-year battle against ovarian cancer-graduate of Sturgeon Bay High School-employed by Jim Olson Motors and Maas Floral-worked as a childcare provider at the Community Childcare Center of Door County for more than fifteen years-memorial service at Crossroads at Big Creek on Saturday, 10 Oct 2009-FORBES Funeral Home.


RADI, Henry L., Col./b. 9 Apr 1916, Chicago, Ill.-d. 30 Sep 2010, San Antonio, TX; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate: Col. Henry L. RADI (94)-parents: Anna RAGNETTI RADI and Joseph RADI-grew up in Chicago and attended Lane Technical High School, serving as vice president of his graduating class-attended his beloved University of Illinois and graduated in chemical engineering in 1938-was an active member of Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity and ROTC, Reserve Officer Training Corps-After graduation he began his military career as a Company Commander in the Civilian Conservation Corps, "Roosevelt's Tree Army," in Northern Wisconsin-There he met and married his beloved wife, Claire, beginning a beautiful 70 year romance-In 1942, he was called to active duty in the United States Army and proudly served in the European Theater of Operations in the 281st Field Artillery Battalion III Corps-From 1947 to his retirement in 1981, he served the army in civilian capacities, including Civilian Personnel Officer at Fort Sheridan, Ill., Fort Shafter, Hawaii and Fort Sam Houston, Texas-continued his lifelong military career as a reserve officer, and retired in 1976 with the rank of Colonel-enjoyed horsemanship, participating in many community and military organizations, repairing his own cars, reading Louis L'Amour books, collecting friends wherever he went and showering love on his family and his horse, Dawn-survived by his widow, Claire ACKER RADI, born in Sturgeon Bay, Wis.; two daughters, Cynthia CAMP, a retired retail executive in Long Beach, Calif. (married to John CAMP); Mavis BATES, an acupuncturist in Aurora, Ill. (married to John KORANEK); a son, Mark RADI, an environmental engineer, in Savoy, Ill. (married to Maureen RADI); his sister, Josephine OLIN, Morton Grove, Ill.; four granddaughters, Madrid BATES KAUFMANN, Dr. Deneb BATES, Elizabeth RADI, and Christina RADI; and his grandniece, Amanda CRAIG-private ceremony with Father John WAGENER celebrating the Committal Rites at Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery with Full Military Honors-CELEBRATION OF HENRY'S LIFE TUESDAY 12 OCT 2010-PORTER LORING CHAPEL, -1101 MCCULLOUGH 1-800-460-2704 SAN ANTONIO, TX 78212


RATZ, John/OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate: Fri. 10 Feb 1939 Sec.1 Pg.4.:  "Word was received here Tuesday that John RATZ, who was a blacksmith at Carlsville many years ago, died at his home at Mattoon, Wis. that morning where he lived several years.  Surviving are the widow, formerly Hannah CARMODY; three sons and four daughters, John of California, Arthur in Tennessee, Delford of Milwaukee, Mrs. Chas. CULVERT of Mattoon, Mrs. Albert NIELSEN of Sawyer and Mrs. Ervin WAGNER and Mrs. Arnie KREFT of Milwaukee..."


RECUPERO, Anthony Samuel/b. 27 Nov 1931, West Carol Township, Penn.-d. 11 Aug 2009, Sturgeon Bay, Door, WI: OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Sat. 15 Aug 2009: Anthony S. RECUPERO, (77)-parents: Anthony and Ruby (BUTERBAUGH) RECUPERO-married Winifred ZACK 1 Jun 1953-Chief Park Ranger in Trumbull, Conn. 19 years-also special Police Officer-member of National Guard-Boy Scout Master for troop 65-Survived by wife Winifred; four children, Rebecca (Richard) MARTIN, Oxford, Conn; Gretchen (Steve) SCHMELZER, Sturgeon Bay, WI; Clay (Karen) RECUPERO, Southbury, Conn.; Theodore (Susan) RECUPERO, Kanosh, Utah; sisters and brother Rosalie (Frank) PLATKO, Edna (Robert) CREGO, and Edward (Benny Jean) RECUPERO, all of Connecticut; six grandchildren; Josiah, Joshua, Noah, Luke, Anthony, and Lennea-Memorial service will be held in Connecticut-FORBES Funeral Home.


REINHARD, Mark Alan/b. 7 May 1972, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI-d. Mon. 31 May 2010, New Franken, WI; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Wed. 2 Jun 2010: Mark Alan REINHARD, 38, New Franken, died unexpectedly Monday morning 31 May 2010, following a diagnosis of Wegener's disease earlier this year-parents: JoAnn (DEMARB) REINHARD and the late Donald REINHARD-married on 18 May 2001 to Jodi TAUSCHEK in Kewaunee County-graduate of Southern Door High Schoo-was currently employed with Lindquist Machine Corp. in Green Bay as a purchasing-project leader-enjoyed coaching youth bowling, his position as tech inspector at Luxemburg Speedway-Survivors include his wife, Jodi, his eight year old son, Brady, his daughter due to arrive early July; his mother and stepfather, JoAnn and Steven BOSMAN, Sturgeon Bay; paternal grandmother, Gladys REINHARD, Sturgeon Bay; maternal grandmother, Frances DEMARB, Sturgeon Bay;his father-in-law, Richard TAUSCHEK, New Franken; sisters-in-law and brothers-in law, Lori and Jeff BARRETTE, Lisa and Dan JOHNSON, all of New Franken; Jodi's grandparents, Howard and Dorothy DAOUST, New Franken; nieces and nephews-preceded in death by his father; paternal grandfather, Richard REINHARD; maternal grandfather, Gerald DEMARB; his mother-in-law, Barbara TAUSCHEK; Jodi's grandparents, Isadora and Ida TAUSCHEK-McMAHON FUNERAL HOME, 4 to 8 p.m. Thursday, 3 Jun 2010-Parish prayer service 7 p.m. with Pat RATAJCZAK, Pastoral Minister-Visitation will continue between 9 and 10:15 a.m. Friday, 4 Jun 2010, at St. Kilian Church, New Franken. Funeral 10:30 a.m. at the church with Rev. Dean Dombroski officiating-Burial in St. Kilian Cemetery, New Franken.


REINHARD, Syda Marie (MANTHEY)/b. 27 Nov 1943, Rhinelander, WI-d. 8 Jul 2010, Aurora Bay Care, Green Bay, Brown Co., WI; OBITUARY-FORBES Funeral Home: Syda Marie REINHARD, (66), of Sturgeon Bay-parents: Frederick and Irene (KREMMER) MANTHEY-baptized as God’s child at Zion Lutheran Church of Rhinelander-graduate of First German Evangelical Lutheran Grade School in Manitowoc-confirmed on Palm Sunday in 1958-graduated from Manitowoc Lutheran High School in 1962-attended Columbia School of Nursing in Milwaukee-began her nursing career working for Dr. Jeffrey J. Brook in Sturgeon Bay-transferred to Door County Memorial Hospital where she worked for over 25 years-employed by the Scandia Village Nursing Facility in Sister Bay and later became an oncology nurse in Manitowoc-In 2001, began her work at Aurora Bay Care in Green Bay, until retirement last year-continued to work part-time at Door County Memorial Hospital-directed and sang with the Sweet Adelines and a quartet that performed for a variety of community functions-was also instrumental in the planning and founding of the Community Child Care Center of Sturgeon Bay-survived by her son, Scott REINHARD; grandchildren, Megan, Seth, and Zachary, all of Manitowoc; her sisters, Miriam (Jerry) GRONHOLZ, Appleton; Elsa MANTHEY, Little Chute; Muriel MANTHEY, Little Chute; Gretchen (Mark) BOEHME, Seminole, FL; her brother, Marcus (Barbara) MANTHEY, Saginaw, MI; a sister-in-law, Donna PETERSON, Sturgeon Bay; and many nieces and nephews-Funeral services Tuesday, 13 Jul 2010 at St. Peter’s Lutheran Church in Sturgeon Bay, Rev. Darrick KOLTERJAHN-Visitation Monday, 12 Jul 2010 at the Forbes Funeral Home in Sturgeon Bay and after 9:30 a.m. at the church on Tuesday until the time of services.  A prayer service will Monday at the funeral home.-FORBES Funeral Home.


REYNOLDS, George M./b. 21 Jan 1935, Pittsburgh, Penn.-d. 28 Jul 2010, Ephraim, Door Co., Wis.; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Sat. 31 Jul 2010: graduated Northwestern University-career as a sales engineer in Milwaukee-survived by wife of 53 years Jean; children, Michael (Christine), Susan REYNOLDS SMITH (Michael), Karen REYNOLDS JACOBSEN (Marty), Gayle CRUMMER (Flip), Stephan, and Andrew (Julia), 15 grandchildren and one great-granddaughter-Memorial mass at Stella Maris Catholic Parish, Sister Bay, 2410 S. Bay Shore Dr., Sister Bay WI-CASPERSON Funeral Home.


REX, Charles John/b. 20 Feb 1928,- d. 5 Apr 2010, Dorchester Golden Living Center, Sturgeon Bay, Door, WI; OBITUARY-CASPERSON Funeral Home: Charles John Rex, (82) of Baileys Harbor, WI passed away after a short stay at the Dorchester Golden Living Center-parents: Ernest and Lucy REX-was employed at Paschke Construction, Parent Construction, and Bay Shipbuilding-also supplied wood and lawn services to many local families-married Gloria Christine DEHOS on 5 Oct 1963 in Sturgeon Bay, WI-Survivors include his Wife Gloria; Three Children, Chaz ( Jessie ) REX, Sturgeon Bay; Phillip REX, Baileys Harbor; and Katherine ( Richard ) SERGE-HOESCHEN, Homer, Alaska. He is also survived by sisters, Verna DEMEUSE, Ellen DELSART, Suzanne REX and Alice DEHOS; many Nieces and Nephews and his beloved companion, Bailey. He was preceded in death by his Brother, Leonard REX; Sisters, Genevieve LIBBY, Magdaline JUDD, Anita KASTEN, Isabelle FREA and Son-In-Law Robert SERGE-Memorial Service held on Saturday 17 Apr 2010 at the Fish Creek Community Church-CASPERSON Funeral Home.


RICHTER, Arni Jacob/b. 5 Feb 1911, Washington Island, Door Co., WI-d. Sun., 13 Dec 2009, at home, Washington Island, Door Co., WI-(89)-parents:  Carl and Maggie RICHTER-one brother, Paul, and three sisters, Estell, Margaret and Evelyn, all of whom preceded him in death-island resident his entire life -engaged in the ferry transportation service-Married, 7 Nov 1936, Mary C. CORNELL-preceded him in death 5 Feb 1996-four daughters, Carl LEMON, Estelle RICHTER, and Mary Jo (Richard) PURINTON, all of Washington Island-One daughter, Adele preceded him in death-survived by grandchildren, Brenda, Patricia, Kimberly, Arni, Kaye, John, Hoyt, Evelyn and Thordur, as well as great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews, and many friends-President of the Trinity Lutheran Church Council-"I am one of only five children in my family who was able to stay on the Island...I've often said it was because I couldn't do anything else!" -funeral-Trinity Lutheran Church, Thursday..Dec 17. CASPERSON Funeral Home." OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate: Wed. 16 Dec 2009


RIDDERIKHOFF, Peter/b. 3 Jun 1916, Illinois-d. Fri. 5 Mar 2010, Door County Memorial Hospital Skilled Nursing Facility, Sturgeon Bay: OBITUARY-HUEHNS Funeral Home: (93) of Sturgeon Bay-parents: late Herman and Jeni (WIER) RIDDERIKHOFF-served in the United States Navy during WWII-Married 6 Aug 1949, Marion Lucille KONITZER in Sturgeon Bay-worked as a mason for Wally KURTH and Walter KURTH Sr.-later was a mason on the ships with Peterson Builders Inc. for 25 years until his retirement-survived by his wife, Marion of Sturgeon Bay; daughter, Dyan (Donald) SLEGER of Marinette; son Ken (Sarah) RIDDERIKHOFF of Sturgeon Bay; four grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren-preceded in death by his parents, and four siblings, Susan, Marie, Jack, and Ceil RIDDERIKHOFF-Private family services held-HUEHNS Funeral Home.


ROBERTS, Daniel/b. 3 May 1952-d. 26 Feb 2010; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Wed. 28 Apr 2010: Roberts, Daniel, 3 May 1952-26 Feb 2010-peacefully passed away with his family by his side on 26 Feb 2010-survived by his three children, Raelene (Tim), Kevin, and Carly; by his mother, Dorothy ROBERTS, Wisconsin; brothers and sisters, Jim (MaryEllen), Larry, Tom (Cindi), Susie (Bob), Mary Jo, and John-many relatives and friends both in Canada and the United States-predeceased by his father, Emmit ROBERTDS-Open House Celebration of his Life held on Saturday, 20 Mar 2010 at Hole in the Wall Hall, 3807 Eldridge Rd., Abbotsford BC.


ROHRER-STERRENBERG, Kathleen "Kate" Ellen/b. 20 Oct 1951, Racine, WI-d. Tues. 16 Nov 2010, at home, Baileys Harbor, Door Co., WI; OBITUARY-HUEHNS Funeral Home: Kathleen "Kate' Ellen ROHRER-STERRENBERG, (59), Baileys Harbor-married on 17 Oct 2010 to Paul C. STERRENBERG, her partner and friend of 18 years-At Kate's request, no public services are planned-Huehns Funeral Home assisting the family.


ROSENTHAL, Cy Norman/b. 14 Apr 1946, Chicago, Cook Co., IL-d. 12 Jul 2010, at home, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI; OBITUARY-FORBES Funeral Home: Cy Norman ROSENTHAL, (64), of Sturgeon Bay, passed away at his home on July 12, 2010-parents: Morris and Rose (FISHER) ROSENTHAL-graduated from New Trier High School in Illinois-received his bachelor’s degree in history from Washington University in St. Louis, MO.-master’s degree in special education from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor-married in 1981 to Deborah STRAHAN in Bartlett, IL-was currently employed by the Department of Community Programs of Door County and had worked there for many years-was an accomplished musician who enjoyed music throughout his life-survived by his wife, Deborah; two children, Emma ROSENTHAL, Minneapolis, MN, and Noah ROSENTHAL, Milwaukee; one sister, Susan (Lowell) CORDAS, WA; one brother, Robert (Rochelle KRAUT) ROSENTHAL, NY; his mother, Rose ROSENTHAL, NY; and nieces, nephews, and cousins-preceded in death by his father.  Visitation will be held from 4-7 p.m. on Saturday, July 17 at the Forbes Funeral Home in Sturgeon Bay with a memorial service to be conducted at 7 p.m.-FORBES Funeral Home.


RUBENS, Roberta C./b. 21 Jun 1950, Green Bay, Brown Co., WI-d. Thurs. 23 Dec 2010; *Source: OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Wed. 5 Jan 2011: Roberta C. RUBENS, (60), passed away following a long illness-parents: Cecelia RUBENS and the late Robert RUBENS-Survivors include her two children, Erin HERMSEN and Lance GUNNLAUGSSON and his fiancee, Amanda BASTEN; her grandson, Shane; one brother, Randy (Kim) RUBENS; two sisters, Becky (Don) LAURENT and Rachel (Dale) THIRY; her mother, Ceil RUBENS; and her loyal dog, Zoey-preceded in death by her father, Robert RUBENS-Private funeral services were held-Lyndahl Funeral Home


RUNQUIST, Merrell Philip, Dr./b. 18 Nov 1945, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI-d. 9 Oct 2010; *Source: OBITUARY-CASPERSON Funeral Home: Merrell P. RUNQUIST (18 Nov 1945-9 Oct 2010) Dr. Merrell Philip RUNQUIST Dr.-attended the University of Illinois, University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh, and the University of Nebraska-received a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Nebraska in 1975-served in several different academic positions at the University of North Carolina, including, Assistant Director of Project Early Aid; Co-Director Project Early Aid; Instructor of Psychology, Department of Psychiatry; Clinical Scientist, Biological Sciences Research Center, Child Development Institute; Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at the School of Medicine-also served on the faculty of the University of Virginia Medical Center Charlottesville where he served as Assistant Professor of Psychiatry; Assistant Professor of Psychology, member of the Clinical staff University of Virginia Medical Center; Senior Site Supervisor, Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry; and Director of Psychology Training-during his tenure at the University of Virginia Medical Center, Dr. Runquist designed a day care program that was used by the entire state of North Carolina. He has published several articles on a variety of topics in the mental health field, including scientific presentations on "The delivery of mental health services to dare care centers," "Pre-school children’s services prevention of mental health problems: meeting needs or imposing values"; "Mental health services for rural pre-school children’s day care" and "Training in mental health: Resistance versus realism."-examined and brought a practical understanding to a diverse array of psychological issues and problems-during his tenure in Virginia he was awarded membership in the Psi Chi-National Honor Society in Psychology; his Project Early Aid received the award as the Outstanding Child Mental Health Program in the State of North Carolina; and a commendation from the American Psychiatric Association for Project Early Aid-During his years in his Door County, his original home, he served on the Town of Gibraltar Board where he served as chair, he has also served on the County Board serving in several leadership roles-survived by his wife of 18 years Elizabeth HOLLINS MARTIN; his daughter Sonja EICHELKRAUT (Ike); daughter Jennifer JUSTEN (Steve) and grandsons; Clark, Weber, Stafford, and Reed-Memorial Service on Wed. 13 Oct 2010 at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Juddville, WI., Pastor Michael BRECKE, officiating.


SAMPLE, Max W./b. 20 Mar 1927, Lebanon, IN-d. Tues. 27 Apr 2010, at home, Baileys Harbor, Door, WI; OBITUARY-CASPERSON Funeral Home: Max W. Sample, age 83 of Baileys Harbor, WI-parents: Ruskin & Ruth SAMPLE-worked for the Sister Bay Advancement Association in the Sister Bay Information Center for 13 years after his retirement to Door County-served his County in the U.S. Army during World War II-married Mariam OTTERMAN who preceded him in death in 1986-then married Patricia WILKES-She survives along with two Sons; Stephen SAMPLE and Richard (Sharon) SAMPLE and two Grandchildren-Visitation on Thursday 29 Apr 2010 at the Casperson Funeral Home in Sister Bay, WI-Interment will be at Hopewell Cemetery in Lebanon, IN.-CASPERSON Funeral Home;


SARSEN, Mildred F./b. 12 Nov 1912, Paterson, New Jersey-d. Thurs. 14 Jan 2010, Candia Village Good Samaritan, Sister Bay, Door Co., WI-(97)-of Sister Bay-parents: Nicholas and Rose (WILHELM) ROZELL-degree in nursing-PATERSON General Hospital, Paterson, New Jersey-Married 25 Apr 1941, Stanley J. SARSEN in Paterson-preceded her in death on 4 Feb 1992-After Stan retired-moved from New Jersey to be near their son, Douglas, to the Peoria area at Brimfield, Illinois-after Stan's death and Doug's retirement, she and her son's family moved to Sister Bay in 1999-member of St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Sister Bay-Survivors include her son, Douglas S. (Christine) SARSEN of Fish Creek; two grandchildren, Douglas C. of South Lyon, MI, and Laura of St. Louis, MO; two step-grandchildren, Stephanie KAUZLARICH of Petersburg, IL., and Amy ADAMS, of Peoria, IL; and one brother, Bob (Jo) ROZELL, of Myrtle Beach, SC-preceded in death by parents and husband-memorial service in the spring of 2010-she will be interred at Swan Lake Cemetery in Peoria, Illinois, next to her beloved husband... HUEHNS Funeral Home." OBITUARY-Door Co. Daily Jan 2010


SCAHILL, Pal KNAAPEN/b. Algoma, WI-d. Wed. 24 Feb 2010, McCall Hospice House-OBITUARY: Door Co. Advocate-Sat. 27 Feb 2010: (80), of 8 Mystique Falls Court, wife of Michael Scahill, died Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2010, at McCall Hospice House-parents: late Joseph and Antonia GLAUDEMANS  KNAAPEN-member of St. Mary Magdalene Catholic Church-Surviving, in addition to her husband, are children, Michael J. SCAHILLl, California; James J. SCAHILLl, Colorado; Laura M. COYLE, Florida; Karen M. LEONARD, Cincinnati, Ohio; and Marjorie M. SUCTUOGLU, Louisiana; 11 grandchildren; a sister, Marie EHNERT, Wisconsin; and stepmother, Grace LEROY KNAAPEN, Wisconsin-Funeral mass: St. Mary Magdalene Catholic Church Tuesday, 2 Mar 2010-Thomas McAfee Funeral Home, Downtown, Greenville, SC.


SCHARTNER, James J./b. 29 Jul 1937, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI-d. Thurs. 18 Nov 2010, at his cabin, near Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI-OBITUARY-HUEHNS Funeral Home: James J. SCHARTNER, (73), of Janesville, WI- passed away of an apparent heart attack at his cabin near Sturgeon Bay, WI where he was getting ready for the deer hunting season-parents: Adolph and Ella Mae (WALKER) SCHARTNER-grew up in Door County-married Annie BERKHAHN on 3 Mar 1962-they moved to Janesville-was employed by General Motors for 31 years-member of St. Mary Catholic Church in Milton and U.A.W. Local # 95-survived by his wife, Annie, his children, Carrie (Michael) WINNIE of Janesville, Robin (Timothy) ANNOYE of Sturgeon Bay, Richard (Ronda) SCHARTNER of Tampa, FL, his grandchildren, Billy and Michael WINNIE, Abby, Emily and Molly ANNOYE, Richie and Megan SCHARTNER, his five brothers. Frank SCHARTNER, Addie (Betty) SCHARTNER, Ralph (Bonnie) SCHARTNER, Darrell (Karen) SCHARTNER , John (Susie ) SCHARTNER all of Door County, WI, many nieces and nephews-preceded in death by his parents, and a sister-in-law, Dolores SCHARTNER-Funeral Mass held Friday, 26 Nov 2010 at St. Mary Catholic Church in Milton with Monsignor James UPPENA presiding-Private interment will be in St. Mary Cemetery, Milton-Henke-Clarson Funeral Home, Janesville, Funeral Home, of Sturgeon Bay, .


SCHEIDER, Barbara J./ d. Mon. 11 Oct 2010, at home, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI; *Source: OBITUARY-HUEHNS Funeral Home: Barbara J. SCHEIDER, (80), Sturgeon Bay, formerly of northern Door County-Survivors include her two children, Sue SCHEIDER, Sturgeon Bay; Matthew (Teri NONDORF) SCHEIDER, Washburn, Wis.; and one brother, Donald (Judith ERICKSON, Dyckesville-HUEHNS Funeral Home,


SCHERB, John Randolph/b. 11 Feb 1951, Chicago, Ill.-d. Fri. 14 May 2010, Green Bay, Brown Co., WI; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate: John Randolph Scherb, 59, Green Bay, Wis., passed away Friday, May 14, 2010-parents: late Albert H. and Charlotte (RANDOLPH) SCHERB- raised in Lake Forest, Ill., and graduated from Lake Forest Academy in 1969-attended Dean Junior College in Worchester, Mass-from childhood, summers were spent in Ellison Bay, Door County, Wis.-moved from the Chicago area to Green Bay in 1985, pursuing his career in mortgage brokerage and banking in the Fox River Valley-Survivors include his daughter, Elizabeth "Betsy" E. SCHERB, Green Bay; beloved stepdaughter, Crystal PRANKE, Green Bay; loving sister, Julie S. KEARFUL, Littleton, Colo.; faithful brother, Albert H. "Bert" SCHERB, Jr. (Judy), Chicago, Ill.; loving nieces, Patsy (Paul) HARTMANN, Bloomfield Hills, Mich.; Amy (P.J.) WHARTON, Steamboat Springs, Colo.; and Mandy (Mark) MEYER, Fox Point, Wis.; and loving nephew, Jeb (Suzy) SCHERB, Winnetka, Ill. -memorial service
on Saturday, 22 May 2010 at Cotter Funeral Home, 860 N. Webster Ave., De Pere, Wis.-COTTER Funeral Home,


SCHMIDT, Ruthellen "Ellie"/b. 3 Jan 1941, Madison, WI-D. 1 Feb 2010, Door Co. Mem. Hosp., Sturgeon Bay, WI-(69) of Sturgeon Bay-parents: Carl M. and Esther A. (GATZKE) SPERSRUD-Married 2 Sep 1978, Donald SCHMIDT, Milwaukee, WI-taught elementary school for 42 years all over the world through the Department of Defense Dependents School-Survivors: husband, Donald; two children, Colleen (Gary) ROUTH, Lebanon, TN and Kathleen MCKINNEY, Tulsa, OK; four grandchildren, Clayton, Austin, Meghan, and Jacob; one brother, H Dean (Dorothy) SPERSRUD, Phoenix, AZ; two sisters, Jane (David) ROCKROHR, Milwaukee, WI, and Carol (Jerry Ridley) DARRINGTON, Milwaukee, WI; one aunt, Arlette SPERSRUD, Stoughton, WI; nieces, nephews and cousins-preceded in death by parents-memorial service will he held at a later date-FORBES Funeral Home." OBITUARY-FORBES Funeral Feb 2010.


SCHMIG, Verlyn E./b. 19 Sep 1939, Monroe County, WI-d. 17 Jul 2010; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Wed. 21 Jul 2010: Verlyn E. SCHMIG of Egg Harbor, WI and Mesa, AZ died on 17 Jul 2010 at his home-parents: Carl and Velma (JUDEVINE) SCHMIG-married Katherine HILVERS on 18 Aug 1962 in Cuba City, WI-was an educator in the Omro School District for thirty-eight and a half years, first as a middle school science teacher and later as an elementary guidance counselor-active in several civic organizations including Jaycees, Kiwanis Club, where he served as president, and Lion's Club-officiated football, volleyball, basketball, and softball-survived by his wife, Kathy; his five children, Tim (Jane) SCHMIG, Joliet, IL; Lori (Jeff) LEWIS, Phoenix, AZ; Mary (John) SNIDER, Phoenix, AZ; Amy (Robert) SPIELVOGEL, Cuba City, WI; and Jon (Aimee) SCHMIG, Minneapolis, MN; and nine grandchildren, Anne, Katie and Claire SCHMIG; Will, Mary Kate and Sam SNIDER; and Rachel, Katya and Beto SPIELVOGEL, one brother, Keith (Norma) SCHMIG, West Salem, WI, and other relatives, and friends-preceded in death by his parents, five brothers, and a sister-Visitation will be held at St. Mary's Church, 730 Madison Ave., Omro, WI at 10 a.m. on Friday, July 23, 2010, followed by a funeral mass at the church at noon-Kwiatkowski Funeral Home, 425 Jefferson Ave., Omro (920) 685-2207


SCHNEIDER, Ellen S./d. 20 Jul 2010; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Sat. 24 Jul 2010: Ellen S. SCHNEIDER, 74, longtime Glenview, Ill., resident, and lifelong summer resident of Baileys Harbor-Wife of Dr. Thomas "Tim" SCHNEIDER; mother of Tom (Sarah), Bill (Chris), Susie (Tim) TISHLER, Cathy (Lisa COLPOYS) and the late Peter. Grandmother of Peter and Margaret SCHNEIDER, Christopher, Nicole and Andrea SCHNEIDER, Michael, Emily and Peter TISHLER, and Shane COLPOYS; sister of Jerome and John SCHOEN-Visitation was Friday at N. H. Scott & Hanekamp Funeral Home, 1240 Waukegan Rd., Glenview, Ill., (just south of Lake Ave. on west side). Funeral Mass Saturday 24 Jul 2010 at Our Lady of Perpetual Help, 1775 Grove St., (at Church St.), Glenview, Ill. Interment All Saints. Funeral info 847-998-1020.


SCHNEIDER, Thomas "Tim", DDS, MS/d. 12 Nov 2010; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Wed. 17 Nov 2010: Thomas "Tim" Schneider, DDS, MS, (74), longtime Glenview, Ill., resident and longtime summer resident of Baileys Harbor-Husband of the late Ellen; father of Thomas Jr. (Sarah), Bill (Chris), Susie (Tim) TISHLER, Cathy (Lisa COLPOYS) and the late Peter; grandfather of Peter and Margaret SCHNEIDER, Christopher, Nicole and Andrea SCHNEIDER, Michael, Emily and Peter TISHLER and Shane COLPOYS; brother of Charles (Inge) SCHNEIDER-practiced periodontics for 45 years, most of it in Chicago-active member of the American Dental Association, Chicago Dental Society, Illinois State Dental Society, American Academy of Periodontology, Illinois Society of Periodontists, Midwest Society of Periodontics and Past President of the Odontographic Society of Chicago-member of the International College of Dentists and taught at Loyola University College of Dentistry-Funeral Mass Friday 19 Nov 2010 at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church, 1775 Grove St., Glenview, Ill. Interment All Saints-N.H. SCOTT & HANEKAMP Funeral Home, Glenview, Ill.


SCHROEDER, Paul H./b. 1 Sep 1948, Manitowoc, WI-d. 21 Aug 2010, at home, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI; OBITUARY-FORBES Funeral Home: Paul H. SCHROEDER, (61), of Sturgeon Bay-parents: Theodore and Lucy (JESKE) SCHROEDER-served in the U. S. Navy for four years and worked in construction most of his life-Survivors include his sister, Sharon (Paul) ZIPPERER, Appleton; two brothers, James (Lois) SCHROEDER and Richard SCHROEDER, Manitowoc; several nieces and nephews; a good friend, Gary “Shifty” SCHAEFER, Sturgeon Bay-preceded in death by his parents and a sister-in-law, Joyce SCHROEDER-Paul’s wishes were to have no services and be directly cremated-FORBES FUNERAL HOME, Sturgeon Bay. 


SEILER, Verda S. (PETERSON)/b.12 Sep 1927, Sturgeon Bay, Door, WI-d. Sun. 28 Mar 2010, Door, WI; OBITUARY-CASPERSON Funeral Home: Verda S. (Peterson) Seiler (82)-lifetime resident of Door County-parents: late Eric and Elda (NELSON) PETERSON-Survivors include, her husband Earlen (Butch) SEILER, sisters, Lullabelle (Earnest) ELLIS, Bernice (Willard) SUNSTROM, sisters-in-law Adeline (William) CRUMB, Eleanor (Harold) SUNSTROM, Eunice (Raymond) RUTHERFORD, and many nieces and nephews-Married 9 Mar 1963 Earlen (Butch) SEILER-they operated the Seiler cherry orchard at the intersection of Townline and German roads in Liberty Grove-funeral service: Sat., 3 Apr 2010 Sister Bay Moravian Church-CASPERSON Funeral Home.


SEAQUIST, Harriet E./b. 23 Jan 1924, Sister Bay, Door Co., WI-d. Sun. 5 Dec 2010, Scandia Village, Sister Bay, Door Co., WI; *Source: Door Co. Advocate-Sat. 11 Dec 2010: Harriet E. (Sis) SEAQUIST, (86), Sister Bay-parents: Fred and Emily SITTE -one of seven children, Floy, Chester, Margaret, Everett, Wallace, and Howard, and is survived by her sister, Margaret, Downers Grove, Ill.-married on 22 Jul 1944 to Gordon SEAQUIST-had four children, Dennis SEAQUIST, Diane (David) KOERTGE, Green Bay; Julie (Mack) DJUPLIN, Sturgeon Bay; and David (Rosa) SEAQUIST, Downers Grove, Ill. and were blessed with four grandchildren, Jason (Jennifer) KOERTAGE, Chris KOERTGE, and Andrew and Elizabeth DJUPLIN-lived her entire life in Sister Bay-worked in various jobs in the county; as a typist, librarian, cashier, clerical worker and waitress, and often commented about being Al Johnson's first waitress-active member of Shepherd of the Bay Lutheran Church and volunteered for many years at Bargains Unlimited-preceded in death by her husband, Gordon and son, Dennis-Memorial Service will be held at Shepherd of the Bay Lutheran Church in Ellison Bay, Wis., on Saturday, 8 Jan 2011-"Cannonballs at the Seaquists!"-CASPERSON Funeral Home,


SELZER, Diane B./b. 24 Jul 1935-d. 29 Jun 2010; OBITUARY-HUEHNS Funeral Home: Diane B. SELZER, (74), of Jacksonport passed away at her home Tuesday morning, 29 Jun 2010 after a courageous battle with cancer-At Diane's request, there will be no public services-Huehns Funeral Home.


SHORT, John H./b. 20 May 1945, Sheboygan, WI-d. morning of 25 Dec 2010, Door Co., WI; Source: Door Co. Advocate: Wed. 29 Dec 2010: John H. SHORT, Gills Rock, Door County, Wis.-the eldest of John and Anne SHORT's five children and the first grandson of his paternal and maternal grandparents-graduate of Edgewood High School, Class of 1963-National Merit Scholar and participated in many extra-curricular activities-had several leading roles in school plays-received a trophy as the MVP on the track team-played tackle on the football team-graduated from UW-Madison in 1967 and UW Law School in 1970-spent the next 40 years practicing law in Fort Atkinson, Wis.,-joined the firm of Vance, Wilcox and Short in 1979-on the faculty of the Wisconsin Judicial College-retired on 31 Aug 2010-was living in Door County at the time of his death-active volunteer in his community-founding member of the Old Fort Atkinson Racing Team and participated in 10 Birkebeiners-A talented musician, he performed with a popular blue grass combo-survived by his wife, Tracey; a daughter, Julie SHORT, Fort Atkinson; a son John William SHORT; step-daughters, Tamara and Nadyne BELSTSNER, Madison; granddaughters, Annika and Jenka; mother, Anne SHORT, Madison; sisters, Anne (Rene') BERBLINGER, Portland, Ore.; and Elizabeth (Stephen) SANDERS, Portland, Maine; brothers, Michael (Monica) SHORT, Albany, N.Y.; and Patrick (Ruth) SHORT, Portland, Ore.; nieces and nephews, Laurel, Tobias, John Nicholas, David, Daniel, Cowan and Fiona; grandnieces and nephews, Risa, Zak, Sammy and John Jackson-His father, John Edward SHORT preceded him in death-Memorial services will be held at Trinity Lutheran Church, 314 Barrie Street, Fort Atkinson, with Pastor Bryan ENGFER presiding, Friday, 31 Dec 2010-a celebration of John's life will be scheduled at a later date-Schneider-Michaelis Funeral Home, Jefferson,


SLEPEKIS, Patrick J./b. 13 Mar 1952, Sheboygan, WI-d. Sat. 3 Apr 2010, at home, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI; OBITUARY-HUEHNS Funeral Home: Patrick J. Slepekis, (58) years, of Sturgeon Bay, died unexpectedly at his home after suffering an apparent heart attack-parents: late Anton B. and Florence (REYSEN) SLEPEKIS-graduated from Sheboygan North High School in 1970-After college training he furthered his engineering career getting real world knowledge from experienced engineers and then worked as a design engineer-was an inventor and held four patents-Designing in the hydraulic rescue equipment field was the area of Pat’s expertise-married Gail M. BLAHA in Westmont, Illinois 20 Sep 1980-member of the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses, coordinator of the Body of Elders of the Sturgeon Bay North Congregation-artist who worked with oils, watercolors, charcoal, and especially pencil drawings-had his private pilot license-Survivors include his wife, Gail of Sturgeon Bay; two children, Rachel and Aaron of Sturgeon Bay; brother, Ryan (Mary) SLEPEKIS of Delafield, WI; and his half sister, Mary Ann SLEPEKIS-Preceding him in death were his parents, and half brother, NilesServices held Fri. 9 Apr 2010, Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses in Sturgeon Bay-Huehns Funeral Home.


SMITH, Janet/d. 21 Jul 2010, at her daughter's vacation home on Black Lake, Cheboygan, MI; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Sat. 24 Jul 2010: Janet SMITH, (77), Adrian-survived in death by daughters, Cathy (Mark) MILLER, Tecumseh, Mich.; and Cheryl (Joseph) CHORONZY, Sturgeon Bay, Wis.; six grandchildren; a sister and many nieces and nephews-memorial service on Saturday, 21 Aug 2010, at the First Presbyterian Church, Tecumseh, Mich., with Pastor Richard Mortimer officiating-


SMITH, John W./b. 30 Dec 1934, Milwaukee, WI-d. Wed. 3 Nov 2010: OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Wed. 10 Nov 2010: John W. SMITH, (75), Sturgeon Bay, passed away after a short illness-parents: the late George and Anna (BIESTERVELD) SMITH-served his country with the U.S. Air Force in Fire Rescue-was a carpenter, and a very good cabinet maker-served as the assistant constable in the Appleport area-had been employed at Lamperts in Sister Bay, and as a security guard with Bay Shipbuilding Company until an accident disabled him, forcing him to retire-Survivors include his nephew, Mark (Darlene) SMITH, Florida (and their children, Tyler SMITH, and Deborah CORBOY); his Sturgeon Bay LeMIEUX family, Matt, Natasha, Nicholas and their father, Mark LeMIEUX; other nieces and nephews; step-son, Kevin CLARK; and a sister-in-law, Val FISHER, Manitowoc; three great-nephews, Tommy, Derian and Adrien-Preceding him in death are his parents; wife; one brother, George; two half-sisters, Mary RUPINSKI, Doris BLACHOWIAK; niece, Renee SNOW-LeMIEUX; and three half-brothers, Raymond HAMMOND, Donald HAMMOND, and Forest HAMMOND-services held Saturday, 13 Nov 2010, at Huehns Funeral Home with Rev. Mark ENGLEBERT of Brussels, officiating-Military honors will be provided by VFW Post #3088-HUEHNS Funeral Home.


SMITH, Yvette Fabiola/b. 26 Apr 1927, West Springfield, Mass.-d. Sat. 26 Jun 2010, Door County Memorial Hospital, Sturgeon Bay, Door, WI; OBITUARY-HUEHNS Funeral Home: Yvette Fabiola SMITH, (83), of Sturgeon Bay-parents: Antonio and Eva (SALVAS) PEPIN-married on 15 Jan 1948 to Leslie Joseph SMITH in Milwaukee-He preceded her in death on 19 Oct 2003-employed at National Food Store in Milwaukee for 25 years-Badger Office in Milwaukee as cashier and bookkeeper-Survivors include her son, Stephen (Betty) SMITH of Milwaukee; two grandchildren, Steve of Waukesha (and their children, Michah, Nathan, and Jose), Stacy (Jay)of Milwaukee (and their children, Skyler and Jayson; two special friends, Laverne, and Ray of Sturgeon Bay; and her two cats, Sammy and Muffin-Preceding her in death were her parents, husband, daughter, (Denise 1969), brother, and sister-At her request, there will be no public services-Memorials may be given in her memory for Door County Humane Society-Huehns Funeral Home-


SMOLAK, Louis/d. Sun. 5 Sep 2010,at home, Sister Bay, Door Co., WI: OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Wed, 15 Sep 2010: Louis SMOLAK, one-time professional boxer, scholar, poet, and distinguished artist-(101)-came to the United States at the age of four when his family emigrated from Dubashnik, Belorussia, in 1913-grew up in Chicago, attended Lane Tech High School and graduated from Illinois State University with a degree in Art-studied at the Chicago Art Institute under the famous sculptor Alexander ARCHIPENKO-art was his first love and ultimate vocation-boxed professionally during the years of the Great Depression to make ends meet and served in the Abraham Lincoln Brigade in Spain-married Edith PACHTER in 1943-moved to Door County seeking the natural beauty of Wisconsin and studio space to pursue his artistry-sculpted in a wide variety of materials — tropical hardwoods, welded rod and plate, and bronze. His works were exhibited at numerous galleries including the Bergstrom Art Center in Neenah, the Miller Art Gallery and the Fairfield Gallery in Sturgeon Bay, and the Paine Art Center in Oshkosh. His sculptures also grace the halls of corporations, hospitals, and are part of many private -Some would say he was a curmudgeon, a label he enjoyed-Edith, preceded him in death-survived by his cousin, Margaret (Paul) FELDMAN, Northbrook, Ill.; his cousin, Jayson STARK (Lisa), Newtown, Penn.; and the David (Ada) ZAHIR family in Israel- Interment was at the family gravesite in Arlington Heights, Ill.


SMYLIE, Gordon D./b. 24 Aug 1929, Minneapolis, MN-d. 8 Dec 2009, Waukesha, WI-of lung cancer-Graduated from Marquette U-Pharmaceutical Rep for Lederlie Labs, Milwaukee, Wis. 19 years-30 years a Mercury Outboard Dealer in Minoqua, WI-survived by children, Pat, Bob, John, and Gordy, their families, and his beloved Arline. OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate:  Sat. 12 Dec 2009.


SOUCEK, Blanche Mary/ b. 19 Mar 1926, Brussels, Door Co., WI-d. Tues. 12 Oct 2010, Algoma Long Term Care Unit, Algoma, Kewaunee, WI; *Source: OBITUARY-SCHINDERLE Funeral Home: Blanche Mary Louise SOUCEK, (84), Algoma-parents: Oliver and Rose (DELFOSSE) PARINS-worked at Milwaukee Shoe Company in Sturgeon Bay for many years- married Richard J. SOUCEK on 25 Jan 1947 in Algoma-worked a few years at another company then went back to Milwaukee Shoe Company for a number of years again-worked at Emerson Motors till retirement-survived by her five children; three sons; James (Jackie), Frank, Bill (Cindy) all of Algoma; two daughters Rosalie SOUCEK, Algoma and Vicki (Ronald) SPERBER, Sturgeon Bay; 12 grandchildren, 24 great grandchildren, 2 great-great grandchildren, three brothers and two sisters-in-law, Melvin (Maria) PARINS; Gerald (Connie) PARINS; and Dale PARINS; two sisters and brothers-in-law; Geraldine (Bernie) REINHARDT and Carol (Clarence) CLARK; two sisters-in-law, Adaline PARINS and Lorraine PARINS-preceded in death by her parents, one son Stephen, husband Richard on 26 Oct 1981, two grandchildren, three brothers and one sister-in-law; two sisters and two brothers-in-law-memorial at the Schinderle Funeral Home, Algoma Fri., 15 Oct 2010 and Saturday at St. Mary Catholic Church, Algoma until the Mass of Christian Burial, Rev. Bill SWICHTENBERG officiating-Burial in the church cemetery-SCHINDERLE Funeral Home,


SPLINTER, Mary/b. 20 May 1920-d. 17 Sep 2010, Lake Forest Place, Lake Forest, IL; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Sat. 25 Sep 2010: Mary Splinter, (90), formerly of Park Ridge, Ill. and Sturgeon Bay, Wis., services held 16 Oct 2010 at Lake Forest Place in Lake Forest, Ill-Interment will be in Wisconsin-raised in South Bend, Ind. and attended Woodrow Wilson High School-co-founder of the former Don Splinter Agency-also a member of the P.E.O. Sisterhood in Sturgeon Bay, Wis.-survived by her three children, Dr. Scott SPLINTER, Grand Junction, Colo.; Craig (Jackie) SPLINTER, Libertyville, Ill.; and Beth (Dick) GOCHNAUER, Winnetka, Ill.; grandchildren, Laura (Tim) AKERS, Dane (Jane HALTON) SPLINTER, Wade (Jenn) SPLINTER, Casey SPLINTER, Grant GOCHNAUER, Meg GOCHNAUER; and three great-grandchildren-also survived by her sister, Anna Mae PRIESTER, South Bend, Ind.-Info: WENBAN Funeral Home, Ltd. 847-234-0022 or


STAHL, Harry, Mrs. (Irene SERVAES STAHL)/b. 24 Nov 1907, Kewaunee, Kewaunee Co., WI-d. 8 Oct 1944, Claude JACKELS home, Menominee-(36)-of Sturgeon Bay- visiting at the Claude JACKELS Home at Menominee, died there Sunday at 6 a.m.  A chronic ailment caused death.  Irene SERVAES STAHL was born in Kewaunee November 24, 1907, and is survived by the following sisters and brothers:  Mrs. Desire EARLEY of Luxemburg, Wis.; Frank SERVAES of Milwaukee; Henry SERVAES and Mrs. Carl HENNINGSON of Green Bay; George and Louis SERVAES, Mrs. Harry PAUL of Algoma; and Mrs. Fred DETTMAN of Forestville, WI-body was taken to the Clarence HAUCKE Funeral Home in Algoma Tuesday by motor and funeral services were held there on Wednesday at 9 a.m.  Burial was made in the Gillett, Wis. cemetery. OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate: Fri. 13 Oct 1944.


STAMNES, Elaine Jeanne (nee MUELLER)/b. 28 Aug 1924, Milwaukee, WI-d. 31 Jan 2010, West Allis, WI-OBITUARY: Door Co. Advocate-Sat. 27 Feb 2010: (85), West Allis, Wis., died peacefully-parents: late Frederick and Clara MUELLER-lived in Waukesha, Ellison Bay (for over 25 years, where they had a cherry orchard) and Marathon, Fla., during her 50 year marriage to the late Arthur J. STAMNES-four daughters, Arlane (Gary) MULLRANIN, Bemidji, Minn.; Jackie (Dan) MOE, Wheaton, Ill.; June STAMNES, Waukesha; and Carol (Bill) LABRANCHE, San Rafael, Calif-grandmother of Luke and Emily MULLRANIN, Jennifer (Dean) ROBITAILLE and Keith LEWIS, Katie, Elizabeth and John MOE, and Will LABRANCHE-great-grandmother of Lucas ROBITAILLE-(2) marriage: late Ray DENSMORE of Mystic, Conn., for four years-preceded in death by her sister, Virginia (Warren) BUSCHBAUM and brother, James (Ruth) MUELLER-nieces and nephews Mike, Marsha, Diane, Jim and Steven also survive-member of the Eastern Star-Services held and she was interred in Arlington Park Cemetery in Greenfield, Wis.-HARDER Funeral Home, Brookfield, Wis.


STANNARD, Gilbert H., Jr. Dr./b. 20 Sep 1922, Sheboygan WI-d. Sat. 19 Jun 2010, Sister Bay, Door, WI; OBITUARY-CASPERSON Funeral Home: Dr. Gilbert H. Stannard Jr., age 87 of Sister Bay, WI-parents: Dr. Gilbert H. STANNARD Sr. and Cora (SCHMIDT) STANNARD-graduate of the University of Wisconsin in 1944 and University of Wisconsin Medical School in 1946, which was followed by his residency in Radiology in Madison-practiced in Sheboygan and then Manitowoc from the mid 1950’s until 1984-retirement in 1984-maintained winter residence in Sun City, AZ and summers in Ephraim, WI-served as a member of the US Army and was affiliated with Sigma Phi Fraternity, Lions Club, Ephraim Foundation, Sons of the American Revolution and a member of Calvary United Methodist Church of Egg Harbor-married on 7 Jul 1945 to Ann BINDER in Wauwatosa WI-she preceded him in death on 24 Mar 2007-Survived by his children; James STANNARD of Neshkoro, WI, Suzanne (Dan) VAZQUEZ of Tarpon Springs, FL, and Diane C. STANNARD of Atlanta, GA-sister, Carol JACOBSON of Burnsville, MN, Nephews; David (Veronica) BOYCE and Don (Ann) STANNARD. Nieces; Holly (Jeff) ZANDER, Martha (John) Johnson, Gayle (Richard) CARTER and Wyn (David) HANDWORKER-Step-Granddaughters; Michelene (Wade) McCOOL and Dawn (Charles) PEVEY and three Step Great-Grandchildren-Interment held in Greenbush, WI on 9 Jul 2010 at 1:00 P.M. at the Greenbush Cemetery-Memorial Services held at Calvary United Methodist Church in Egg Harbor on Sunday 11 Jul 2010-CASPERSON Funeral Home.


STEWART, James "Stewey" Lynn/b. 26 Feb 1935, IL-d. Sat. 26 Dec 2009, St. Vincent Hosp., Green Bay, Brown Co., WI-(74), of Sturgeon Bay-after a short illness-parents: late Lynn Olcott and Gladys (CHESTER) STEWART-high school-Lake Forest College-U.S. Navy from 1956-1958-sales rep for the family business Stewart Electronics based out of Chicago, IL-moved to Door County in the 1970's-Married, 4 Feb 1998, Sharon 'Shari" MARTH in Sturgeon Bay-Survivors include his wife, Shari of Sturgeon Bay; twin daughters, Jamie (PREZEMEK) BOGDANOWICZ (and their children, Virginia, Alex), Samantha STEWART of Chicago, IL; two step-children, Chasey GAMBALE of Virginia, Shane STULTS of Pensacola, Florida; seven step-grandchildren, Nathan (Rachael) Anastasia, Alexia, Bronson (Samantha) (and their child, Braelyn), Taylor, Boston, and Madison-Preceding him in death are parents, brother Chet- no services held-buried at Mt. Emblem Cemetery in Illinois on the STEWART Family Lot.  HUEHNS Funeral Home." OBITUARY-HUEHNS Funeral Home.


STICH, Lisa Marie/b. 1 Jun 1984, Green Bay, Brown Co., WI-4 Jan 2010, at home, Sturgeon Bay-(25)-parents: Michael and Eileen (HONOLD) STICH-graduated from Southern Door High School in 2005-worked at the Sunshine House-participant in Special Olympics.-survived by her mother, Eileen (DON) SOUKUP, and her father, Michael STICH, all of Sturgeon Bay; a sister, Michelle (BRENT) WIEGAND and nephew, Chase, Sturgeon Bay; her grandmother, Margaret STICH, Sturgeon Bay, aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and a special fried, Trevor RANDALL- Memorial Services-Saturday 9 Jan 2010-Sturgeon Bay Moravian Church-Rev. Dr. Matthew KNAPP officiating. FORBES Funeral Home. OBITUARY-Door County Daily Jan 2010.


STOCKWELL, George 'Roy"/b. 29 Aug 1925, Chicago, IL-d. Thrs. 24 Dec 2009, at home, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI-(84)-Sturgeon Bay-parents: George W. and Clara (NELSON) STOCKWELL-U.S. Navy during World War II-Married, 22 Nov 1945, Phyllis "Sherri" LABERDIA, Sturgeon Bay-she preceded him in death on 1 Sep 2002. Roy and Sherri lived in a number of places before returning to Sturgeon Bay to open Roy's Red Owl, a grocery store on Third Avenue-active member of Bay View Lutheran Church-Survivors include his son, Donald (Genny) STOCKWELL, Sturgeon Bay; Four grandchildren, Cathering (Nathan) BAGLEY; Carolyn (Bob) HAESE, Paul (Teara) STOCKWELL, and Jonathan (Alycia) STOCKWELL; a brother, Richard (Arlene) STOCKWELL, Oconto.  -preceded in death by his wife and two sisters-Visitation, Wednesday 30 Dec 2009 at FORBES Funeral Home in Sturgeon Bay-No funeral services.  FORBES Funeral Home." OBITUARY-Door County Daily Dec 2009.


STRATTE, Howard* "Bud:/b. 10 Oct 1927*-d. Sun. 8 Aug 2010, at home; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Wed. 11 Aug 2010:  Bud STRATTE, (82),-grew up in Windom, Minnesota in the 1930's and 40's-attended Carleton College in Minnesota-where he met and fell in love with Mary "Denny" DENWORTH-celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary on 1 Jul 2010-made their home in Elm Grove, Wis.-worked as a manufacturer's representative for Levi Strauss-Twenty years ago moved to Door County, and built a lovely home on an historic farm just outside of Egg Harbor-spent thousands of hours beautifying and maintaining the 150 acres that Bud once referred to as his "gift to the planet."-survived by his beloved wife, Denny, his three children Kathy (Jim PLASMAN), Jim (Laura) and John (Cheri) STRATTE; six grandchildren (Jay, Pete and Sam PLASMAN; Isabelle, Ned and Freya STRATTE); two step-grandchildren (Danielle FATLA and Joe CLARK), two sisters, Mary (Don) KALIS and Georgia SMITH, and many cousins, nieces and nephews-Family and friends will celebrate Bud's life at a casual gathering at the family home in Egg Harbor on Sunday, 15 Aug at 2:00 p.m (please wear comfortable shoes for a memorial hike). In lieu of flowers, the family has asked that contributions be made in Bud's name to the Alzheimer's Research Association (Wisconsin Alzheimer's Institute, 7818 Big Sky Dr., Suite 215, Madison WI 53719; designate "for research"), the Adaptive Sportsman Association (8727 W. Cold Spring Rd., Greenfield WI 53228), the Majuro Cooperative School Scholarship Fund (Box 81 Majuro, Marshall Islands, 96960) or a charity of your choice. *CASPERSON Funeral Home.


STREGE, Diane M./b. 23 Oct 1957, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI-d. at home, Ellison Bay, Door Co., WI; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Wed. 2 Jun 2010: Diane M STREGE, 52, passed away peacefully at her home on Friday, 28 May 2010-parents: late Darwin and Nancy (FITZGERALD) STREGE-lifelong resident of Ellison Bay and a member of Stella Maris Catholic Church-spent many years working as a grocery clerk and most recently was a server at The Viking Restaurant-Survived by her grandchildren, Kimberly and Cameron STREGE-the nickname Grandma Dee Dee-Survivors also include her son, Kevin (Noel) STREGE and their children. Kimberly and Cameron STREGE; sisters, Sandra and Karen STREGE and brother, Timothy STREGE, Ellison Bay; and brother, Thomas STREGE, Prairie du Chien; two aunts, Jean (FITZGERALD) BIES, and Jeanette FITZGERALD, both of Green Bay-preceded in death by her parents; her brother, Darwin Jr.; her grandson, Christian STREGE; and many aunts and uncles and cousins-memorial Mass and luncheon in her honor held on Saturday, 5 Jun 2010, at Stella Maris Parish — Sister Bay.


STRUVE, Janet L. (SIMON)/d. 24 Aug 2010, Cape Coral, Florida; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Sat. 4 Sep 2010: Janet L. STRUVE (SIMON), 59, formerly of Sturgeon Bay, passed away 24 Aug 2010, in Cape Coral Florida-worked at Baylake Bank in Sturgeon Bay for many years before moving to Fla. in 1995-memorial service will be held in Cape Coral at a date to be announced later.


SULLIVAN, Annette/9 Oct 1930-30 Mar 2010; OBITUARY-HUEHNS Funeral Home: Annette Sullivan 79 years, of Sturgeon Bay, died at her home Tuesday morning (March 30, 2010) in Hospice Care. Huehns Funeral Home.


SWINGEN, Joshua David/b. 29 May 1984, Madison, Dane Co., WI-d. 17 Dec 2010; *Source: FORBES Funeral Home: Joshua David SWINGEN, 26, of Sturgeon Bay, died unexpectedly-parents: David and Kelly (BLUEMLE) SWINGEN-graduated from Sturgeon Bay High School and then attended NWTC in both Sturgeon Bay and Green Bay-was currently employed by Center Point Marina in Sturgeon Bay-Survivors include his parents, David and Kelly SWINGEN; a brother, Zachary SWINGEN, Madison; paternal grandmother, Dorothy SWINGEN, Stoughton; aunts and uncles, Jo and Bill GUENZEL, Sturgeon Bay; Greg and Karen SWINGEN, Fort Atkinson; Gail McINTOSH, Madison; Anita COOK, Madison; a cousin Renata MANIACI, Washington, D.C.-preceded in death by his paternal grandfather, Clarence SWINGEN; and maternal grandparents, Vern and Winnie BLUEMLE, an uncle, Jim BLUEMLE-a celebration of his life will be held Sun. 26 Dec 2010 at Crossroads at Big Creek-FORBES Funeral Home.


TABORDON, Noyes Larry/d. 21 Jul 2010, Lafayette General Medical Center, Lafayette, Louisiana; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Wed. 28 Jul 2010: Noyes Larry TABORDON, 82 A private service will be held out of town-resident of Lafayette, La., -parents: the late Anton TABORDON and the former Mathilda "Tillie" DEJARDIN-retired from Lykes Brothers Steamship Company-survived by two daughters, Rita T. EARL and husband, Leon M. EARL and Brenda WILSON and husband, Burke WILSON; grandchildren, Ashlee EARL, Blythe EARL JOHNSON, Jarald EARL Courtney WILSON and Melissa WILSON-preceded in death by his parents and his wife, Ruth T. TABORDON- www.delhommefuneral Delhomme Funeral Home, 1011 Bertrand Drive, Lafayette, LA.


TAPPEN, Hope Olivia/b. 30 Jun 2010-d. Fr. 16 Jul 2010; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Wed. 21 Jul 2010: Hope Olivia TAPPEN, 17 days, De Pere, passed away Friday, July 16, 2010, at a local hospital-parents: Matt and Britt (POCKAT) TAPPEN-survived by her parents, Matt and Britt; siblings, Allison, Kade, Bryce, and Kenna TAPPEN; grandparents, Bob (Joan) TAPPEN and John (Peg) POCKAT; great grandmother, Helen TAPPEN; aunt, Tiffany (Jason) SCHROEDER; uncle, Tyler (Sarah) POCKAT; cousins; and godparents, Brent (Eve) WOZNIAK and Andy (Ann) BLANK-preceded in death by her paternal great grandparents, Don (Jane) TILLEMAN; maternal great grandparents, Clarence (Sadie) RUPPENTHAL and Ray (Mildred) BOODRY- RYAN FUNERAL HOME, 305 N. Tenth St, De Pere, WI on Monday, 19 Jul 2010- Burial will be in Allouez Cemetery-RYAN Funeral Home: Tappen family would like to thank St. Vincent NICU and the 3rd floor Bellin nurses for all they did for Hope and the family.


TEICHEN, Walter M. (Bud), Jr./ b. 25 Jul 1920, Chicago, IL-d. Mon. 30 Nov 2009, at home, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI-(89)-parents: late Walter and Lydia TEICHEN-Graduated York Community High School, Elmhurst IL-Attended Valparaiso Univer.-US Army during WWII with the 248th Combat Engineers, serving in battles and campaigns in Normany, Northern France, Rhineland and Central Europe-member of Hope United Church of Christ in Sturgeon Bay-survived by wife of almost 30 years, Diane, Sister Mary (Ed) JOHNSON; Sister-in-law: Morine TEICHEN; children: Walter (Kathy) TEICHEN, Fred (Jan) TEICHEN and Nancy (Jim) BROOK; step-daughters: Christie DALBY and Gina DALBY; grandchildren: Kevin, Renee, Billy, Tracy, Josh and Samantha.  Preceded in death by brother: John "Jack" TEICHEN-Memorial Service in the spring 2010-Forbes Funeral Home." OBITUARY-Door County Daily 30 Nov 2009.


TePASKE, Dirk Joseph/b. 15 Jun 1972, Ishpeming, MI-d. 2 May 2010, at home, Valdez, Alaska; OBITUARY-HUEHNS Funeral Home: Dirk Joseph TePaske, 37, from Valdez, Alaska, died peacefully at his home from natural causes-parents: Fred and Mary (ANTONISSEN) TePASKE-1990 graduate of Superior High School-served, with honors, in the United States Marine Corps-and served for 13 years-received many military awards and honors, and had also served as a Drill Instructor for 4 years-currently was employed by Crowley Maritime in Valdez, AK, as their Manager of Operations Integrity-prior employment in Jacksonville, FL, at Coastal Maritime-survived by his loving wife and best friend of 10 years, Shelby TePASKE. His parents, Fred and Mary TePASKE of Brussels; in-laws Dale and Patty NELSON, sister-in-law Shannon (Brian) REINBOLD, brother-in-law Curtis (Laura) NELSON; numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews-preceded in death by his loving sister, Heather TePASKE, maternal and paternal grandparents, aunt and uncles-Memorial services held in honor of Dirk by Crowley Maritime in Valdez harbor on Tuesday, 11 May 2010-Mass of Christian burial celebrated 15 May 2010 at Holy Name of Mary Parish in Maplewood, WI, Fr. Robert KONKOL-HUEHNS Funeral Home.


THOMAS, Llewellyn W./b. 17 Apr 1933, Watertown, WI-d. 19 Dec 2009-brief illness-parents: Olga and Victor THOMAS-survived by a brother; Pete (Judy) and a sister Dorothy WAIT (John) and their children-graduate of Watertown High School-Moravian College-Moravian Seminary, Bethlehem, Penn.-ordained in the Moravian Church-served several congregations including Central Moravian Church, Bethlehem, PA; Edmonton Moravian Church, Edmonton, Alberta, CA; Christ Moravian Church, Calgary, Alberta Canada and Westside Moravian Church in Green Bay, WI-Married Naomi DITTMER, 5 Aug 1956-three children, Kris (Steve DREIFUERST), Mark and Joel (Holly HITZEMAN) and five grandchildren, Jacob, Ryan and Eric DREIFUERST; Payton THOMAS and Madeline THOMAS-preceded in death by a grandson, Gavin THOMAS-Memorial celebration, Sister Bay Moravian Church in Sister Bay, WI, on Sat. 2 Jan 2010.  Casperson Funeral Home." OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate: Wed. 23 Dec 2009.


THOMPSON, Robert Edward "Bob"/b. 7 Oct 1916, Kansas City, MO-d. 15 Jun 2010; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Sat. 19 Jun 2010: Veteran actor Bob THOMPSON, three-time recipient of Chicago's Joseph Jefferson Award, icon of Door County's Peninsula Players, age of 93-In his lengthy career he appeared with such stars as Joe E. Brown, Mickey Rooney, Betty Grable, Harvey Korman, John McGiver, Betty White and Dina Merrill. Over a 30-year period, he was one of Chicago's leading character actors and performed in two Broadway productions. He first appeared at the Peninsula Players in 1938- parents: Alfred A. and Grace (VANDERVEER) THOMPSON-family settled in Downers Grove, Ill.-lived there until 2003, when he and his wife, Margaret moved to Sister Bay, Wis-graduated from the Goodman Theatre School at Chicago's Art Institute in 1939-earned his MA from the Univ. of Michigan-He pursued his acting career in New York, appearing in productions along the east coast, until World War II altered his path-From 1941 to 1946, served in the Army Air Corps, achieving the rank of First Lieutenant-member of the 25th Air Depot group, stationed on Guam from 1945 to 1946-Following the War, married on 15 Jun 1946 to Margaret PORTER, a music teacher and violinist in Downers Grove-from 1946 to 1973 he was Director and Professor of Speech & Drama at Rosary College (now Dominican University) in River Forest, Ill.-was an Eagle Scout-were active members of the Downers Grove Methodist Church until moving to Wisconsin in 2001, where they became members of the Shepherd of the Bay Lutheran Church-blessed with a razor-sharp mind well into his late 80's and in 2003 wrote his autobiography, "An Actor's Life: It's Better than Selling Shoes!"-continued performing at the Peninsula Players every summer from 1976 onward, his final role being that of Cardinal Wolsey in "A Man For All Seasons" in 2003-survived by his loving wife of 64 years, Margaret; his sister, Eleanor T. MOYER, Petoskey, Mich.; son, David E. THOMPSON (Haze), Tres Pinos, Calif.; daughter, Kay FRIEDRICH (Doug), Pensacola, Fla.; son, Don THOMPSON (Jean), Ellison Bay, Wis.; two grandchildren, Shelley THOMPSON SINGLETON (Matt), Fayetteville, N.C.; and Carrie Friedrich GAERTE (Mike), Indianapolis; and three great-grandchildren, Jacob, Cooper and Addison SINGLETON-The family wishes to extend thanks to Martha and all staff at Hearthside Cordial Care in Sister Bay for the compassion and exceptional care-giving skills. A memorial service is pending.  OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Wed. 11 Aug 2010: THOMPSON, Bob: A memorial service celebrating the life of actor Bob THOMPSON, who passed away 15 Jun, will be held at 11 a.m. on 16 Aug 2010 at the Shepherd of the Bay Lutheran Church, Ellison Bay.


TIEDKE, Caryl Mae/b. 18 Apr 1931, Sturgeon Bay, Door, WI-d. 16 Apr 2010, Sturgeon Bay, Door, WI; OBITUARY-FORBES Funeral Home: Caryl Mae TIEDKE, 78, of Sturgeon Bay, passed away at her residence-parents: Jule and Hilda (MILLER) HERLACHE-married on 5 May 1951 Donald TIEDKE-he preceded her in death on 5 Mar 1990-farmed in Jacksonport on the Tiedke farm for a number of years-later worked as a bookkeeper and secretary for Davis Mortuary in Sturgeon Bay for twenty years-served as treasurer on the Bayside Cemetery Board-member of the Sturgeon Bay Moravian Church-Survivors include her two children, Jim TIEDKE, Hudson; Patti (Keith) FEHL, Egg Harbor; four grandchildren, Scott and Sandra TIEDKE; Jason and Ryan FEHL; three sisters, Darlene PRUST, Green Bay; Ione HERLACHE, Milwaukee; Nancy LEHMKUHL, IL; and a sister-in-law, Marlene TURICEK, Milwaukee-preceded in death by her husband, a son Tom, an infant son and four brothers- in-law-Memorial services Tues. 20 Apr 2010 at the Sturgeon Bay Moravian Church, Rev. Dr. Matthew Knapp and Rev. Reeder Herrick-FORBES Funeral Home. 


TONG, William Clarence/b. 23 Dec 1917, Sturgeon Bay-d. Fri. 12 Feb 2010, at home, Sturgeon Bay-OBITUARY: HUEHNS Funeral Home: (92), of Sturgeon Bay, passed away peacefully at his home-parents: Tom and Dessie (DELAIR) TONG-1935 graduate of Sturgeon Bay High School-studied vocational agriculture at Platteville Teacher’s College from 1938-1941-entered armed services in August of 1941 and served with the Army (AA) Coast Artillery for one year-transferred to the Air Corps and was commissioned a 2nd Lt and received his wings as a Navigator-two years in the European theater of operations with the 9th and 12th Air Force in the 316th Group and the 44th Squadron. The 316th Group, a troop carrier unit posed a record of 9 Battle Stars and three Presidential Citations-flew mission in North Africa, Sicily and Italy-unit was then transferred to England to await the Normandy invasion. The 316th was the first wave in Normandy with paratroopers-The group remained in England through the war’s end carrying paratroopers, towing gliders, hauling supplies and evacuating causalities-Missions were in Northern France, Belgium, Holland, Battle of the Bulge and Crossing the Rhine River into Germany-received a promotion to 1st Lt. in England and was awarded the Air Medal with two oak leaf clusters along with seven Battle Stars to the E.T.O. ribbon-After the war he worked for Lake to Lake and Land O’Lakes for 34 years as a field representative and plant manager-After his retirement from Lake to Lake he worked at Bayside Cemetery for ten years-helped promote the Cherryland Horseman’s Association and worked with the Door County Fair Association for many years. Bill was a life member of VFW Post 3088-married Helen KLAPATCH of Sturgeon Bay, 10 Dec 1945-six children: Sandra, Diane, David, Mary, Cynthia and Sue-survived by three daughters, Sandy DRAPER, Sue TONG FREDRICKSON, Cindy TONG all of Sturgeon Bay; son-in-law, Ken HONOLD of Jacksonport; six grandchildren, John (Lisa) WHITE of Sturgeon Bay, Steve (Tonia) WHITE of Sturgeon Bay, Renee (John) WESOLOWSKI of Suamico, Heidi (Jeremy) ERICKSON of Brussels, and Rebecca and John David FREDRICKSON of Sturgeon Bay; and nine great-grandchildren-preceded in death by parents, wife Helen, son David (1972), two daughters Diane TONG (1982) and Mary HONOLD (2008), and his brothers and sisters-at Bill's request there will be no services. HUEHNS Funeral Home.


TRACEY, Jackson/b. 26 Mar 2010, Waterloo-d. Sun. 12 Dec 2010, at home, Waterloo, due to complications of cancer-Funeral services Wednesday at Saint John Evangelical Lutheran Church, Pastors Dennis NIEZWAAG and David WERGES will officiate-Burial will be in Riverside Cemetery at Charles City-parents: Michael and Darci (BERGUM) TRACEY-surviving family members include his parents, Michael and Darci TRACEY, Charles City; his sister, Addison TRACEY at home; paternal grandmother, Bonny (Roger) DOSDALL, Diamond Bluff, Wis.; paternal grandfather, Michael (Jane) TRACEY, Sturgeon Bay, Wis.; maternal grandparents, Lee and Dianne BERGUM, Northfield, Minn.; maternal great-grandmother, Leila EAGAN, Marquez, Texas; two uncles, Dan (Karin) BERGUM, Jackson, Wyo.; and Ken (Brianna) TRACEY, Sturgeon Bay, Wis.; and an aunt, Devon (Ross) BERGUM, Minneapolis, Minn


TRADER, Harvey H./b. 22 Jan 1942, Curran, Michigan-d. Sun. 18 Jul 2010, Door County Memorial Hospital; OBITUARY-HUEHNS Funeral Home: Harvey H. Trader, (68), of Carlsville, died Sunday 18 Jul 2010 at Door County Memorial Hospital after a short and sudden illness-parents: the late Cecil H. and Vera F. (HARMON) TRADER-graduated from Fairview High School in Michigan in 1959-married on 19 Jul 1961 he married Mary Ann BARNES in Alexandria, Virginia- She preceded him in death on 24 Oct 2001-served his country for 22 years in the U.S. Navy-After his service, he worked for the Navy Office in Sturgeon Bay, and was a supervisor at PBI-worked for Emerson, and Bergstrom-Survivors include his two sons, Richard and Thomas TRADER of Carlsville; two sisters, Shirley WIEDBRAUK of Curran, MI and Patricia (Donald) DILLER of Alpha, MI-Funeral services held at 7:00 p.m. Wednesday evening at Huehns Funeral Home with Rev. Michael BRECKE officiating-memorials may be given in Harvey Trader’s memory to DOOR CANcer, Inc.


TRUEBLOOD, Silas B./b. 27 Jun 1848-d. 3 Sep 1909, Cedarville, Mich.; *Source: Newspaper article/OBITUARY: Door County Democrat-9 Oct 1909, P. 2: Silas B. TRUEBLOOD (27 Jun 1848-3 Sep 1909) FORMER DOOR CO. MAN DROWNS-Silas TRUEBLOOD is Drowned By Walking Off a Dock-Silas TRUEBLOOD, a former resident of Door county, and well known in the village of Fish Creek and other northern towns, was accidentally drowned at Cedarville, Mich., recently. He was employed as cook on the steambarge Waukon, and it was while the craft was in port at Cedarville that the accident occurred. He left the boat to go up town, and it being dark, he walked off the dock. His cries for help were heard by members of the crew of the boat, but before they could locate him in the water he had drowned. The body was recovered in about twenty minutes.Mr. Trueblood leaves a wife and son besides several brothers to mourn his death.-contributed by Judy PHILLIPS (26 Aug 2010).


TUCHSCHERER, Konrad H. "Tuch"/b. 23 Nov 1916, Menasha, WI-d. 11 Jul 2010; OBITUARY-CASPERSON Funeral Home: Konrad H. TUCHSCHERER died on 11 Jul 2010 with his wife Dorothy, at his bedside-Tuch was born 23 Nov 1916 in Menasha, Wisconsin-graduated from Lawrence University-was a lieutenant in the U.S. Navy during World War II-worked for forty years at Kimberly-Clark, Corporation-retired from his position as Director of International Human Resources in 1980-Following retirement, Tuch and Dorothy returned to Door County-survived by Dorothy, his wife of sixty-seven years, three sons, Konrad ( Mary ) TUCHSCHERER, H. James (Michele ) TUCHSCHERER, Michael ( Kathleen ) TUCHSCHERER, ten grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren-leaves behind his sisters, Alice ST PIERRE, Kay NASH, extended family and many friends- burial mass will be held at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Neenah (Menasha), Wisconsin, on 10 Aug 2010-private internment will follow- The family has designated Good Samaritan Scandia Village as the recipient of any memorial donations-CASPERSON Funeral Home.


TURNER, John J./d. 9 Apr 2010, Panama City Beach, FL; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Wed. 14 Apr 2010: John J. TURNER, 86, long-time Park Forest resident-made his winter home in Panama City Beach FL for past 26 years while residing in Sturgeon Bay, WI during the summer-Owner of Superior Industrial X-Ray Co. and Hydra-Stop Manufacturing-US Air Force veteran World War II-married Marguerite FOY 62 years ago-Father of Michael TURNER; James TURNER; Steven (Theresa) TURNER-Kathleen (Richard) THIESSEN, and John (Tina) TURNER; grandfather of 14; great-grandfather of four-brother of Virginia Lee (late Norbert) KLUCIKOWSKI and Mary Ellen (late James) MADDEN-Funeral services Thurs. 15 Apr 2010 at St. Ireneaus Church, Park Forest-Interment at Calvary Cemetery, Steger-PANOZZO Bros. Funeral Home, 530 W. 14th St., Chicago Heights, IL.


ULLMAN, Isabelle/b. 5 Jun 1925, Kolberg, Door Co., WI-d. 19 Apr 2010, St. Vincent Hospital, Green Bay, Brown Co., WI; OBITUARY-FORBES Funeral Home: Isabelle ULLMAN, 84, of Forestville-parents: Walter and Bertha (NEINAS) MILLER-married on 3 Nov 1945 Raynold ULLMAN in Kolberg, he preceded her in death on 8 Jan 2006-operated a farm in Forestville for many years-owned and operated Izzy’s Tap Cleaning Service-survived by two children, Dennis (Marge) ULLMAN, Sheboygan; Cheryl (Edward) CARROLL, Lynnwood, WA; two grandchildren, Troy (his partner Steve) ULLMAN, Middleton; Todd (Lisa) ULLMAN, Sheboygan; three great-grandchildren, Makayla, Madison, and Mason; one brother, Roger MILLER, Brussels; three sisters, Jeannette HOPPE, Green Bay; Karen (Marvin) DEGRAVE, Brussels; Mae Lee (ALLEN) LEGREVE, Green Bay-preceded in death by her parents; husband, Raynold; and one sister, Marge KARNITZ-Funeral services Friday, 23 Apr 2010 at St. Peters Lutheran Church in Forestville, Rev. David LUHRS-Burial in the Evergreen Cemetery in Algoma-FORBES Funeral Home in Sturgeon Bay.


UNSER, Cleone Alberta/b. 27 Nov 1912, Ohio-Sat., 19 Dec 2009, Woodview Assisted Living, Sister Bay-(97)-parents: Joseph and Inez FARTHING-Married  16 Sep 1935, Howard Watson UNSER-he preceded her in death on 16 Aug 1967-lived in Schenectady, NY, Grand Rapids, MI, South Bend, IN and Wheaton IL-In 1979, Cleone moved to her Bay View Terrace apartment in Sister Bay where she lived until earlier this year-survived by sisters, Virginia NIGH, LeJean (Foster) FORD, and Margaret LEONARD as well as her children, Carolyn (Erv) HITZEMAN, Ellison Bay, and Robert (Debbie) UNSER; Kalamazoo, MI; Also 9 grandchildren: Steven (Teresa) HITZEMAN, Scott (Denise) HITZEMAN, Brent (Camilla) HITZEMAN, Reid (Heidi) HITZEMAN, Holly (Joel) THOMAS, Gregory (Jill) UNSER, Heather (Shane) GRONER, Gwendolyn (Craig) JACKSON and Brian (LeeAnne) UNSER.  Also surviving are 19 great-grandchildren-Preceding her in death were a daughter-in-law, Faith UNSER, a great-grandson, Gavin Watson THOMAS, sisters, Ethelyne CLINE and Joanne ARMENTROUT, and brothers Burdette and Merritt FARTHING-Memorial Service, First Baptist Church, Sister Bay, Tues. 29 Dec 2009, Rev. Delmar DAHL-Burial in Wheaton, IL.  Casperson Funeral Home. OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate: Wed. 23 Dec 2009.


URBAN, Marie "Peg"/ b. 28 Oct 1924, Jacksonport, Door Co., WI-d. 16 Oct 2010; *Source: Door Co. Advocate-Wed. 20 Oct 2010: Marie "Peg" URBAN-parents: Henry and Martha (ANSCHUTZ) SPILLE-spent her childhood in Jacksonport-graduated from Sevastopol High School and spent her early adult life there before moving to Neillsville in 1947-member of St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church in Neillsville-part-time job as a clerk at the Farmer's Store-member of the Red Hat Society-trips to California to visit Mary Beth and family-Surviving are her husband, Joe whom she married 31 Jan 1943; daughter, Mary Beth (Tom) RABE, Bakersfield, Calif.; son, Dick (Lynda) URBAN, Neillsville; granddaughters, Kristin RABE, Bakersfield, Calif.; Katie (Kurt) OFFICER, Marshfield, Wis.; grandson, Clint (Tonia) URBAN, Neillsville, Wis.; great-grandson, Carter URBAN and great-granddaugter, Kenadi URBAN, both Neillsville; sisters, Lorraine LANDFRIED, Arizona; Eunice McCORMICK, Sturgeon Bay, Wis.; a brother, Hank (Marilyn) SPILLE, Virgina; and nieces and nephews- preceded in death by her parents, grandparents, brothers-in-law, John McCORMICK, Erling LANDFRIED and great-granddaughter, Claire URBAN-Peg will wait for Joe and Memorial Services will be held at that time-GESCHE Funeral Home, www.geschefh .com.


VANDERMEUSE, Julius C./b. 14 Oct 1933, Duvall (Marchand), Town of Union, Door Co., WI-d. Sun. 6 Dec 2010; *Source: Door Co. Advocate-Sat. 11 Dec 2010: Julius C. VANDERMEUSE, (77), Forestville-parents: late Desire and Flora (DEVOS) VANDERMEUSE-farmed in the Rosiere area all his life-married on 8 Jul 1953 to Mae Jane COLLIN-survived by his children, David (Cathy), Hartford, Wis.; Chris (special friend, Sue) De Pere; Alan (Nancy), Green Bay; Barb (John) MASKELL, Forestville; Ellie fiance, Ed), Naples, Fla.; and T. F., Forestville-further survived by his brothers, Hank (Josephine) VANDERMEUSE, Jerry (Anna Mae) VANDERMEUSE; sisters, Adeline CRAVILLION and Gloria LINDOW; sister-in-law, Gloria VANDERMEUSE; grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces, and nephews-preceded in death by his parents; son, Paul; brothers, Clifford (Armella), Francis, Mervin; sisters, Bernadine (Raymond) CHALLE, Arbella (Alvin) BADER, Betty (Roy) JACOBS; brothers-in-law, Lefty LINDOW, and Jule CRAVILLION-Funeral service Mon. 13 Dec 2010 at St. Hubert Catholic Church, Rosiere with Deacon Paul ZENEFSKI-Entombment will be at the Shrine of the Good Shepherd Mausoleum-Wiesner & Massart Funeral Home,


VAN STRATEN, Joyce H. (LETTER)/b. 14 Jun 1927, Seymour, WI-d. Tues. 7 Dec 2010, Green Bay, Brown Co., WI; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Wed. 8 Dec 2010: Joyce H. (LETTER) VAN STRATEN, (83), Green Bay-parents: William and Anna (GOMM) LETTER-married on 28 Aug 1947 to Neil L. VAN STRATEN at St. Joseph Catholic Church-retired from J.C. Penney in 1989 after over 25 years of service-active members of St. Joseph Parish-Survivors include her husband of 63 years, Neil; one son and daughter-in-law, Ken and Sally VAN STRATEN; two daughters, Nancy VAN STRATEN and Gary PARPOVICH, Shari VAN STRATEN; four grandchildren, Ben (Shannon) VAN STRATEN, Jacob VAN STRATEN, Joshua (Monica) DeSILVEY, Sarina (Brian) BAKER; four great-grandchildren, Nathan, Ashley, Daniel, Miles; a sister, Gladys SIGL; one brother and four sisters-in-law, James and Bernice LETTER, Bernice "Bun" LETTER, LaVern GEORGE, Jeanne HERMES; nieces and nephews-preceded in death by her parents; her father-in-law and mother-in-law, Ernest and Bertha (VANDERHEIDEN) VAN STRATEN; two brothers, Henry and Cyril LETTER; three sisters, Katherine KOBRIGER, Rosemary KLEIN, Bernice VANDENBERG; two infant siblings, Margaret and Gerald LETTER- Blaney Funeral Home, 1521 Shawano Ave., Green Bay-St. Joseph Catholic Church, corner of Ninth St. and 12th Ave., Green Bay Friday the Mass of Christian Burial Friday at the church with the Rev. Donald Everts officiating.-Entombment will be in the Shrine of the Good Shepherd Mausoleum-


VEITH, John G./b. 16 Dec 1918-d. Sun., 30 May 2010, Sister Bay, Door Co., WI; OBITUARY-CASPERSON Funeral Home: John G. VEITH, (91), died Sunday, 30 May 2010 in Sister Bay, WI-Memorial Mass Tuesday, 15 Jun 2010, at Stella Maris Catholic Church, Sister Bay, Wis. followed by Military Honors in front of the church-CASPERSON Funeral Home.


VETTER, Ruth E./b. 11 May 1923, Marinette, WI-d. Tues. 1 Jun 2010, Pine Crest Village, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI; OBITUARY-FORBES Funeral Home: Ruth E. Vetter, 87, Sturgeon Bay-parents: Robert and Marie (PETERSON) FOSTER-served her country in the U.S. Navy as a nurse during WW II-worked as a nurse’s aid at Door County Memorial Hospital for many years-past member of the St. Ann Society, Door County Memorial Auxiliaryand a past Girl Scout leader-married on 6 Sep 1949 to Darrel A. VETTER in Racine-He passed away on 29 Jul 1989-survivors include 3 children, Lynn (Tom) DeNAMUR, Algoma; Tom (Patty) VETTER, Janesville; Julie (BROCK) POWELL, Sturgeon Bay; 4 grandchildren, Christopher DeNAMUR, CA; Nicole DeNAMUR, WA; Sara (Rob) REDEPENNING, CO; Jill (Matt) GREGG, Janesville, WI; 1 great-grandson, Tommy REDEPENNING-preceded in death by her parents, husband, and a sister, June KLAMMER-Funeral services Saturday, 5 Jun 2010 at Corpus Christi Church-Entombment will be at the Shrine of the Good Shepherd Mausoleum-FORBES Funeral Home.


VIGLIOTTI, James "Angelo" William/b. 4 Feb 1969, Smithtown, N. Y.-d. 2 Nov 2010, at home, Media, Penn.; Source: OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Sat. 27 Nov 2010: James 'Angelo' William VIGLIOTTI, (41), Media, Penn., died unexpectedly at home-parents: Marguerite (VIGLIOTTI) CLARK and the late Angelo VIGLIOTTI-married Andrea (nee KUFFEL) on 7 Jun 2003, at Corpus Christi Church in Sturgeon Bay, Wis-survived by his wife, Andrea and their daughter, Alicia Margaret 'Ali'-further survived by his mother, Marguerite (Mark) CLARK, three sisters, Cathy (Tony) LEO, Donna VITALE and Elizabeth HUNSAKER, and three brothers, Eugene, Alexander and Christopher-additional survivors include Andrea's parents, Suzanne and Tom KUFFEL, Sturgeon Bay, Wis.; sister-in-law, Elizabeth KUFFEL, Madison, Wis.; and brother-in-law, Jonathan KUFFEL and his wife, Pamela, Neenah Wis. and their son, Benjamin Thomas-was a retired 20 year veteran of the US Navy and was awarded a Bronze Star while serving in Iraq in 2004 to 2005-also received the Navy/Marine Corps Commendation and Achievement medal and various other citations and medals during his career-was most recently employed by the Department of Defense Security Services in Philadelphia, Penn-Funeral services were held on 11 Nov 2010 (Veterans Day) at St. Francis de Sales Catholic Church in Lenni, Penn-Interment will occur at 1 p.m., 30 Mar 2011, at Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Va.


VOIGHT, Alexis Catherine/d. 24 Feb 2010, Texas: OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Sat. 27 Feb 2010: (3) months-parents: Patrick and Christina Marie VOIGHT-Survived by: sister, Danielle Lyn VOIGHT; maternal grandparents, John and Shelly PAVER, Chino, Calif.; paternal grandparents, John and Catherine VOIGHT, Ellison Bay, Wis.; aunts, Lindsey VOIGHT, Anastacia, Stephanie and Jennifer PAVER; cousin, Tyler PAVER.-Funeral Service: Sat. 27 Feb 2010, PORTER LORING Chapel-PORTER LORING, 1101 McCullough, San Antonio, Texas 78212.


VOLLETZ, John W./b. 17 Jan 1932, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI-d. Fri. 4 Dec 2009; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Wed. 9 Dec 2009:  John W. VOLLETZ, (77), Green Bay-parents: John B. and Dorothy (HEMBEL) VOLLETZ-received a Bachelors Degree from the University of Wisconsin in 1953-married 18 Dec 1954 to Jean STEVENS in Lancaster, Wis.-served in the U.S. Army from 1954 to 1956-returned to the University of Wisconsin to obtain his law degree-practiced law in the Green Bay area over 40 years-longtime sponsor of Ducks Unlimited, officer of the Brown County Park commission helping to make Bay Shore Park a reality-was a member of Union Congregational Church-cottage at North Bay-survived by his wife of 55 years, Jean-four daughters, Diane (Lawrence Abbott) VOLLETZ, Menomonee Falls; Linda (Dr. Edward) VAN BEEK, Betsy (Alex) ZACARIAS and Mamie VOLLETZ, all of Green Bay; four grandchildren, Katherine and Patrick VAN BEEK, Tori and Lina ZACARIAS; nieces, nephews and cousins and cousins-Memorial services (East) Funeral Home, University Avenue at Baird Street, Green Bay, Wed. 9 Dec. 2009, Rev. Doctor Charles MIZE-MALCORE Funeral Home: .


WAGNER, Beverly/b. 31 Jul 1935, Viroqua, WI-d. Sun. 8 Feb 2009, Fort Mojave, AZ-(73)-parents: Kermit and Esther SOLBERG-only child-father entered the navy, the family relocated to LaCrosse-LaCrosse Central High School class of 1953-St. Francis School of Nursing-married Daniel WAGNER in May of 1954-Together they completed two years of military service before returning to LaCrosse-their daughter, Teri Lynn, was born in December of 1955-worked as professional assistants-appointed Administrative Assistant to the Superintendant of Schools in the Gibraltar School District as well as secretary to the school board in Door County-1998, Bev and Dan retired-moved back to the LaCrosse area-vacationed in Lake Havasu, Ariz-2002. moved to Arizona permanently-survivors: Dan; her daughter, Teri; her sister-in-law, Sharon; her granddaughter, Elizabeth (Mathias); her grandson, Daniel; and her great-grandchildren, Leila and Erik-Memorial Service 20 Jun Community Church in Fish Creek. OBITUARY-Door County Advocate-Wed. 17 Jun 2009.

WAITE, Diane DICKINSON/b. 1 Sep 1943, Sturgeon Bay, Door, WI-d. 17 Nov 2009, Door County Memorial Skilled Nursing Facility, Sturgeon Bay, Door, WI; OBITUARY-Door Co. Daily Nov 2009:  Diane DICKINSON WAITE, (66), of Duluth Ave., Sturgeon Bay-parents: late Floyd and Florence (KOEHLER) DICKINSON-graduate of Sturgeon Bay High School-Married Paul D. WAITE, 8 Jan 2000-owned and operated Cliff Dwellers Resort in Sturgeon Bay for many years-involved with N.O.W. and Womens Employment Project of Door County-member of Sturgeon Bay Visitors Bureau-past president of Door County Chamber of Commerce-Survived by Paul WAITE, of Sturgeon Bay, daughter Cara (Tim) LANDOLT, grandson, Calvin LANDOLT of Oshkosh; and Cara's father, Ken ZILISCH of New Hampshire-Funeral services at HUEHNS Funeral Home on Sat., 1 Nov 2009, Rev. Phillips SWEET-HUEHNS Funeral Home.

WARECKI, Alexander L./b. 7 Nov 1991, Appleton, WI-d. Mon. 12 Jul 2010; OBITUARY-HUEHNS Funeral Home: Alexander L. WARECKI, (18), of Sturgeon Bay, passed away Monday 12 Jul 2010-parents: Mark and Janet (FRICK) WARECKI-attended Sturgeon Bay High School, and following his education had completed training for CNA certification-was employed at Golden Living Center-Dorchester-also worked for Townline Timber Services in Sister Bay-was planning to attend college for nursing related physical therapy-Survived by his parents, Janet WARECKI of Sturgeon Bay, and Mark WARECKI of Baileys Harbor; maternal grandparents, Linda and Fred FRICK; paternal grandparents, Jay and Bonnie WARECKI; and other relatives and dear friends-Memorial services held Thursday 15 Jul 2010 at Huehns Funeral Home.

WATTENMAKER, Jeffrey Alan/d. 13 Feb 2010, at home, Redwood City, CA-OBITUARY: Door Co. Advocate-Wed. 17 Feb 2010: eight year battle with melanoma-Summer resident of Door Co., WI-Graduated from the University of Colorado Boulder in 1985-moved to the San Francisco Bay area with wife, Pamela DRURY WATTENMAKER-reputation as a gifted software programmer-2000, Jeff and his family purchased a summer residence in Sister Bay to be close to Pamela's family-Surviving: children: Owen and Gwen WATTENMAKER; wife, Pamela; parents: Bev and Jim WATTENMAKER, brother to Karen, a great brother-in-law and uncle to his many nieces and nephews-memorial will take place in California in early March 2010-On-line condolences can be made at "".

WAUTLET, Bertha/b. 22 Apr 1920, Brussels, Door Co., WI-d. 21 Jun 2010, St. Vincent's Hospital, Green Bay, Brown Co., WI; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Wed. 23 Jun 2010: Bertha WAUTLET, 90, Algoma, passed away after a very short illness-parents: Frank and Louise (BOURNOVILLE) ZEPHIRIN-

As a young lady she helped her parents as a caregiver for many years-married Harold WAUTLET in Brussels, on 30 May 1939-moved to Green Bay, where they lived for a short time-moved back to Brussels, where they farmed for a few years-After the farm they operated the County Line Tavern on the county line of Door and Kewaunee for a couple of years-In 1956, they moved to Algoma where they lived up until the present-For 22 years they spent their winters in Brownsville, Texas with their son Allen-was a member of St. Mary Parish in Algoma-survived by her three children, Janet (Roger) JANDRIN, Algoma; Roger (Pat) WAUTLET, Crivitz; and Allen WAUTLET, Algoma; eight grandchildren, Kevin (Jane) JANDRIN, Chris JANDRIN, Anita (Wendell) WAGNER, Wanda (Tom) PIOTROWSKI, Donna (Bob) LORITZ, Cindy (Kevin) ARNEMAN, Pamela (Mike) BUSCH and Tanya CHRISTOPH; 20 great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren; two sisters-in-law, June McWILLIAMS and Helen ZEPHIRIN-preceded in death by her parents, husband, Harold WAUTLET on 9 Oct 2005, one granddaughter, Julie JANDRIN, daughter-in-law Shirley (MONFILS) WAUTLET, three brothers, two sisters, two brothers-in-law and one sister-in-law-Schinderle Funeral Home, Algoma-Mass of Christian Burial: Thurs. 24 Jun 2010 at St. Mary Catholic Church, Algoma, Rev. Peter Renard officiating-Entombment at the Shrine of the Good Shepherd Mausoleum-SCHINDERLE Funeral Home:


WEBER, Helen A. DLHOPOLCEK/b. 28 Oct 1921, Toledo, Ohio-d. 22 Mar 2010, Good Samaritan Scandia Village Nursing Home, Sister Bay, Door, WI: OBITUARY-CASPERSON Funeral Home: Helen A. WEBER, age 88-parents: late Andrew and Mary DLHOPOLCEK-moved to Racine, WI in 1934-married Howard J. WEBER 2 Sep 1950-worked at Western Printing for many years-one son after 10 years of marriage-Survivors include her son and daughter-in-law, Todd A. (Stacy) WEBER of Baileys Harbor, WI, her grand-daughter, Megan J. WEBER of Sturgeon Bay, WI, her brother Richard (Irene) DELL of Racine, WI.-preceded in death by parents and by her husband, Howard in 2008-buried with her husband at the Southern Wisconsin Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Union Grove, WI-no funeral services-CASPERSON Funeral Home.


WEBER, John Charles (Jack), Sr./b. 28 Nov 1927, Beaver Dam, WI-d. Sun. 28 Feb 2010, Hospice House, 301 Quaker Hill Rd., Warren, Penn.-OBITUARY: Door Co. Advocate Wed. 3 Mar 2010: (82), 491 Follett Run Rd., Warren, Penn., died after an extended illness-parents: late Charles Edward Weber and Lola METZGER WEBER FELHOFER-former resident of Sturgeon Bay, Wis.-resided in Warren, Penn. most of his life-employed for six years with United Refinery Company-employed with the former Thomas Coupling/Rexnord, Inc.-retired from there as a Lead Foreman after 33 years service-member of the North Warren Presbyterian Church, the Warren American Legion Post 135 where he was a Past Commander-served in Merchant Marines, U.S. Army Air Corps and the U.S. Air Force-survived by his wife of 60 years, May Lorraine WALKER BONGLE WEBER-married 22 Sep 1949, in Dubuque, Iowa; four children, Dolores "DeeDee" WEBER TUCKER (William), Warren, Penn.; Lorraine WEBER HAZELWOOD (David), Hot Spring, Ark.; John Charles WEBER, Jr. (Kathy), Warren, Penn.; David WEBER (Denise), Akeley, Penn.; one sister-in-law, Maureen WEBER, Sturgeon Bay, Wis.; two nieces, Beth MAAS, Marinette, Wis.; Susan ANSHUTZ, Sturgeon Bay, Wis.; and two nephews, William WEBER, Sturgeon Bay, Wis.; Michael WEBER, Waunakee, Wis.; 11 grandchildren, 17 great-grandchildren-preceded in death by parents and one brother, Charles Peter WEBER-Donald E. LEWIS Funeral Home, Inc., 304 East Street, Warren, Penn., funeral service, Rev. W. Burfoot "Buddy" WARD-Full military honors, the Sheffield/Clarendon V.F.W. Funeral Detail and the U.S. Army Personnel- Interment will be in WEILER Cemetery, Starbrick, Penn.-LEWIS Funeral Home.


WEBORG, June/d. 6 Apr 2010, Rancho Mirage Eisenhower Medical Center, CA; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Sat. 10 Apr 2010: June Weborg, 80, passed away April 6, 2010, at the Rancho Mirage Eisenhower Medical Center-purchasing agent for Camsco Foundry division of the Rain Birg Sprinklers-retired in August of 1986-survived her husband, John, Gills Rock; daughter, Valorie; grandson, Brent and granddaughter, Brittany-Funeral service Monday 12 Apr 2010 at the Forest Lawn Chapel, Pastor Fred Donaldson-Interment at Forest Lawn.


WEBORG, Lee D./b. 26 May 1944, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI-d. 19 Nov 2010; OBITUARY-FORBES Funeral Home: Lee D. WEBORG, 66, of Sturgeon Bay, passed away suddenly of a heart attack-parents: Lawrence and Evelyn (SMITH) WEBORG-raised in Sister Bay-attended school at Gibraltar and Kewaunee-worked as a commercial fisherman with his father and cousin in Kewaunee-married on 1 May 1965 to Lynne LAUTENBACH in Egg Harbor-worked at Leed and Deel,  Milwaukee Shoe Co., Peterson Builders Inc., Marine Travel Lift and Hatco-retired in January 2010-was currently working as a parts delivery driver for CarQuest-Survivors include his wife, Lynne; two children, Perry (Barb) WEBORG and Paula (Randy) THOMPSON, all of Walworth; four grandchildren, Danielle, Elijah, Taylor and Chloe; his mother, Evelyn AUGSBURGER, Sturgeon Bay-preceded in death by his father, Lawrence; step-father, Edwin AUGSBURGER and a grandson, Matthew-a small, private memorial service for the family and close friends will be scheduled in the spring-FORBES Funeral Home.


WELNICK, Genevieve M., Miss/b. 21 May 1906, Algoma, Kewaunee Co., WI-d. Wed. 17 Nov 2010, Algoma Long Term Care Unit, Algoma, Kewaunee Co., WI; OBITUARY-SCHINDERLE Funeral Home: Miss Genevieve M. WELNICK, (104), Algoma,-parents: the late Vladish C. WELNICK and Ann (BLAHNIK) WELNICK-lived in Algoma all of her life-graduate of the Door-Kewaunee Normal School, Milwaukee State University-received her Bachelor of Science degree from St.. Norbert College, DePere-did post graduate work at the Oshkosh University and correspondence from Loyola University of Chicago-dedicated to teaching-45 year teaching career included schools in Door-Kewaunee Counties, Elkhart Lake, St. Mary, Algoma, Menomonie Falls and Green Bay-Children readily responded to her teaching methods and many of her pupils chose the teaching profession-staunch believer in parent involvement in a child's primary learning foundation and parents and teachers were invited to observe and enjoy pupil participation and assist when the need arose-The children were given a gift that lasts a lifetime - a love for reading and learning-Her interests included reading - especially poetry, which she read publicly on various occasions; playing cards, playing the piano, Musicals, and the Theater-during the war she helped make bandages and knit helmets for the soldiers-worked at Beach's Variety Store and Gift Shop in Algoma during summers-member of St. Mary Parish, Rosary Society, the "New Life Choir", church Lector, Door-Kewaunee Retired Teachers, State and National Association of Retired Teachers, Kewaunee County Historical Society, Algoma Memorial Medical Auxiliary and volunteered at the gift shop in the medical center-served as an Algoma City "Poll" worker-Survivors include two nieces Kathryn (Kitty) FULWILER, Brussels; Patty JINDRA, Brookfield; three nephews Douglas (Terri) JORNS, Sturgeon Bay; Dr. Richard (Kathy) WELNICK, Madison and Bill (Pat) FELL, Oshkosh; and many grand nieces and nephews-preceded in death by her parents, five sisters and two brothers-Mass of Christian Burial at St. Mary Catholic Church, Algoma, Saturday, 20 Nov 2010, with Rev. Bill SWICHTENBERG officiating-
Burial in the church cemetery-SCHINDERLE Funeral Home, Algoma,


WEICH, Robert C. II/d. 16 Jun 2010, Manorcare Nursing Home, Green Bay, Brown Co., WI; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Sat. 19 Jun 2010: Robert C. WEICH II, (56), Mequon, Wisc.-died after long battle with cancer-parents: Robert C. and Patsy WEICH of Ephraim, Door, WI-Memorial service Wed. 23 Jun 2010 at St. Pauls United Methodist Church, 341 Wilson Ave., Green Bay.


WENDHACK, Fritz/b. 10 Apr 1927, Chicago, IL-d. Fri. 24 Sep 2010, at home, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI; OBITUARY-HUEHNS Funeral Home: Fritz WENDHACK, (83), of Sturgeon Bay-parents: Fred and Milda (WUSTE) WENDHACK-graduated from Schurz High School in Chicago in 1945-served his country as a medic during WWII-married on 11 Sep 1947 to Lois E. FRANK in Edgebrook, Illinois-employed with Hardings Fraternity Press in Chicago-was a talented, artistic and creative printer until his retirement in 1987-A few years before his retirement, Fritz started building his home in the woods along Lake Michigan-was a carpenter and jack of all trades, electrical and plumbing to name a few and in 1987 moved permanently to Sturgeon-Survivors include his wife, Lois of Sturgeon Bay; two children, Kurt (Kathy) WENDHACK of Elgin, IL and Sturgeon Bay, Karen (Edward) RISSING of Vienna, Virginia; six grandchildren, Laura (Tim) KLAUBAUF , Leigh (Breanne) WENDHACK, Fritz WENDHACK all of Sturgeon Bay, Ben RISSING of Boston, Matt RISSING of Charlottesville, Virginia, Doug RISSING of Vienna, VA; two great-grandchildren, Nathan and Kalei KLAUBAUF-preceded in death by his parents, and his brother, Hans-Funeral services with military honors held Tuesday afternoon (28 Sep 2010) at Shrine of the Good Shepherd, Nicolet Memorial Gardens, Green Bay, with Rev. Richard D. FEYEN officiating-Burial will be at Nicolet Memorial Gardens-Huehns Funeral Home in Sturgeon Bay-In lieu of flowers, memorials are suggested to help defray medical expenses of Fritz’s great-grandson, Nathan, payable to Nathan Klaubauf, 935 Belmar Place, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235-Nicolet Memorial Gardens, Shrine Of Good Shepherd Chapel - 2770 Bay Settlement Road, Green Bay, WI 54311-7359 Phone:(920) 468-0382


WESSEL, Regina Johanna/b. 21 Sep 1916, Town of Casco, Kewaunee Co., WI-d. 16 May 2010, St. Vincent's Hospital, Green Bay, Brown Co., WI; OBITUARY-SCHINDERLE funeral Home-Regina Johanna WESSEL, 93, passed-parents-Robert and Minnie (Schneider) Luedtke-a lifelong resident of the Algoma area-married George Wessel 21 Jun 1933 at St. John's Lutheran Church in Rankin-later became a member of St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Algoma.  George and Regina had a dairy farm for many years-After she retired from farming she enjoyed knitting and crocheting-survived by her very special niece Marie (Frank) BOWERMAN, Algoma, who for the last 15 years personally took care of Regina and all her special needs; one nephew Lawrence WESSEL, Algoma; two foster daughters, Shirley SIMON and Sharon WESSEL, both of Sturgeon Bay.  Regina was a mother to all of us and will be sadly missed.  Regina was preceded in death by her husband George, one son Henry WESSEL, one brother, Roland LUEDTKE and two sisters, Esther MEISTER and Leora EBERT-St. Paul's Lutheran Church,  Algoma Wednesday, 19 May,Rev. Roy BEYER officiating-Burial in the Evergreen Cemetery, Algoma-SCHINDERLE Funeral Home

WEST, Ernest Vern/d. 12 Jun 2009, Hospice House Woodside, Largo, FL-(69) of Largo, Fla., and Ellison Bay-survived by his wife, Judith M. WEST; daughter Gail Marie COSTEPHENS (Randy); son, Lee Allan WEST; daughter Tracy Sue FREEMAN (David); daughter Roxan Lynn FETTERHOFF (Rick); aunt, Helen Marguerit WEST; 10 grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; and other relatives and many friends-preceded in death by parents, Ernest McDonald WEST and Loretta Marie WEST; sister Susan WEST and grandson, Nicholas John WEST. OBITUARY-Door County Advocate-Wed. 17 Jun 2009.


WESTOVER, U. V./b. 29 Oct 1893, North Adams, MI-d. Tues., 26 Apr 1968, Sheridan Nursing Home, Kenosha, WI-Frequent visitor to Door Co.-parents: late Mr. and Mrs. William WESTOVER-Married: Sep 1920-Elizabeth GELENIUS, Toledo OH-she died 13 Oct 1965-Army veteran of World War I-Survived by daughter, Mrs. Glen (Terry) ANDERSON, Kenosha and four grandchildren-Son, Richard was killed in World War II. -OBIT: Door Co. Advocate: Tues. 2 Apr 1968, Sec. 1 P. 3.


WETH, Aquilin Thomas "Tom"/b. 9 Jan 1934-d. 29 Dec 2009; OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Sat. 15 May 2010: Aquilin Thomas "Tom" WETH, 75, Rotonda West, Fla., formerly of Sun Prairie, Wis., also formerly of Ellison Bay, Wis.-no services-Private interment will be at a later date at Gulf Pines Memorial in Englewood-Lemon Bay Funeral Home, Englewood Chapel, is in charge of cremation arrangements-survived by his beloved wife of 21 years, Gloria; stepchildren, Lori WISNESKI, Monroe, Wis.; Brian WISNESKI, Livingston, Mont.; Dale WISNESKI, Sun Prairie; Dawn WHITING, Colorado Springs, Colo.; and Marc WISNESKI, Denver; and nine grandchildren-also survived by his daughter-in-law, Kristin, and a son-in-law, Christopher-predeceased by his parents, AJ and Katherine WETH, and two grandsons, Dustin Trevor and Derek Tyler KOONS-worked for the Wisconsin State of Department of Health for more than 30 years-graduated from New Trier High School in Winnetka, Ill., in 1952-earned two master's degrees from University of Wisconsin at Madison, one in horticulture and the other in agriculture-member of the American Legion Post #113 in Rotonda West and was a veteran of the Korean War, serving in the U.S. Army-memorials may be made to the Pulmonary Hypertension Association at BAY Funeral Home.


WHITE, Darleene R. KRAMER/d. Sat. 20 Mar 2010: OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate-Wed. 24 Mar 2010: Darleene R. WHITE (Nee KRAMER), (71), Sturgeon Bay-Survived by daughters: Claire R. (Gene) HERDEMAN and Gwenn (Bob) FERGUSON; was Cherished Nana of Ben, Megan and Erin HERDEMAN; brothers Jim (Pat) KRAMER, Jack (Deb) KRAMER and Gary (Pam) KRAMER; nieces, nephews-private memorial-KRAUSE Funeral Home and Cremation Service-9000 W. Capitol Drive, Milwaukee WI 53222.


WICKMAN, Henry Charles/d. 16 Dec 2010, at home, Green Bay, Brown Co., WI; *Source-OBITUARY-FORBES Funeral Home: Henry Charles WICKMAN, (60) formally of Sturgeon Bay passed away at his home in Green Bay-The family will be announcing arrangements in the near future.


WICKMANN, Dorothy Lile STUBBS/b. 12 Dec 1915, Chicago, IL-d. Sat. 27 Feb 2010, Door Co. Memorial Hospital, Sturgeon Bay, Door, WI: OBITUARY-HUEHNS Funeral Home: (94), of Sturgeon Bay-parents: Roland Hirst and Hannah Eliza (SCUTON) STUBBS-graduated LaGrange High School in 1933-Lawrence College-Bachelors of Science Degree in Biology-Married 30 Nov 1940 Lincoln A. WICKMANN in little chapel on the Northwestern campus in Evanston, Illinois-owned and operated Tip Tip Laundry in Sturgeon Bay-member of Sturgeon Bay Moravian Church-survived by her husband, Lincoln; three sons, David (Linda) WICKMANN of Nazareth, Pennsylvania, Kent (Kathryn) WICKMANN of Watertown, and Paul (special friend, Linda WAIT) WICKMANN of Sturgeon Bay; six grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren-preceded in death by her parents and son, Clark-memorial service Saturday 13 Mar 2010 Sturgeon Bay Moravian Church, Rev. Dr. Matthew R. KNAPP and Rev. Reeder HERRICK-Huehns Funeral Home.


WILFRATH, Judith Lee/ d. 9 Oct 2010. *Source: Door Co. Advocate-Sat. 16 Oct 2010: Judith Lee WILFRATH, nee GIBBENS-special education teacher for 38 years-died of cancer- 74 years of age-survived by her husband, Jim; sister, Barbara; brother, Mark; nieces, nephews and many friends-Schauer & Schumacher Funeral Home (920) 432-4841


WILLIAMS, Charles, Jr./b. 26 Apr 1927, Champion, WI-d. Mon. 15 Feb 2010, St. Vincents Hospital, Green Bay, Brown, WI-OBITUARY: HUEHNS Funeral Home: (82), of Sturgeon Bay-parents: Charles and Bessie (BODART) WILLIAMS-graduated Luxemburg High School 1945-United States Navy-employed with Proctor & Gamble in Green Bay for more than 43 years-Married 27 Sep 1997 Eleanore Maria SWENSON, United Methodist Church in Sturgeon Bay-member of Sturgeon Bay United Methodist Church, the American Legion, and the Henry S. Baird Lodge #174 in Sturgeon Bay-Boy Scout Leader-survived by wife, Eleanore, of Sturgeon Bay; his four children, Jacqueline (Dennis) DEGREEF of Green Bay, Tom (Marge) WILLIAMS of Sturgeon Bay, Kathleen (Larry) FRANK, Green Bay, and Todd (Laurie) WILLIAMS, South Carolina; six grandchildren; step-daughter, Kelly (Andy) EWASKOWITZ of Sister Bay; step-son, Brad (Tricia) LINDENBERG, Sister Bay; six step-grandchildren; and sister, LaVern VANCASTER of Green Bay-preceded in death by parents; infant daughter, Wendy; two brothers, Ervin and Lloyd WILLIAMS; and sister, Blossom JONET-Memorial service Sat. 27 Feb 2010, United Methodist Church in Sturgeon Bay  Rev. Joe MITCHELL-Military honors-A Masonic service at the church-Huehns Funeral Home.


WILLIAMS, Thomas Frank/b. Brainerd, Minn.-d. Sun. 11 Jul 2010, at home, Hackensack, Minn.; OBITUARY-Door Co. Adv. Sat 17 Jul 2010: Thomas Frank WILLIAMS, Hackensack, Minn., passed away at his home on Sunday, 11 Jul 2010-parents: Frank and Pearl (TABAKA) Williams-graduated from school in Hackensack-attended one year of college at Bemidji College in Minnesota-entered the Navy where he served for 25 years-retired at the rank of CWO4-Following his service in the Navy taught diesel mechanics at Northeast Wisconsin Technical College in Sturgeon Bay for ten years-had served as Town Chairman of Jacksonport, was a member of the Door County Historical Society, and the Door County Republican Party-preceded in death by his parents, first wife, Claire (Bunny HERLACHE) and a sister, Theresa HOVELAND-survived by his wife, Doris WILLIAMS, Largo, Fla.; sons; Michael (Penny) WILLIAMS, Sturgeon Bay, Wis.; and Stephen WILLIAMS, Two Harbors, Minn.; daughters, Cynthia WILLIAMS, White Law, Wis.; and Jennifer HALL, De Pere, Wis.; several grandchildren and great-grandchildren, other relatives and many friends. A private family service will be held at a later date.


WILSON, Nathan M./b. 11 Jun 1982, Green Bay, Brown, WI-d. 21 Mar 2010; OBITUARY-FORBES Funeral Home: Nathan M. Wilson, 27, of Sturgeon Bay-parents: David and Cheryl (WALKER) WILSON-attended Corpus Christi Parochial School-graduated from Sturgeon Bay High School in 2000-attended the Universal Technical Institute in Chicago, IL-continued his auto technology education in Phoenix, AZ and Orlando, FL-soccer player beginning at age five, through high school, and beyond-member of a 3 on 3 Triple Crown World Class Championship team-participated on a team that toured Europe and played in the Coca-Cola Classic in Haarlem, Netherlands-continued to play soccer after high school in Chicago, during his automotive career-nephew and godson, Jake-Survivors include his parents, David and Cheryl WILSON, Sturgeon Bay; a brother, Adam (Nicole) WILSON, Inver Grove Heights, MN; his nephew and godson, Jacob WILSON; maternal grandmother, Gail WALKER, Sturgeon Bay; aunts, uncles, and cousins-preceded in death by his paternal grandparents, Harry and Kathleen WILSON, and his maternal grandfather, Robert WALKER-mass of Christian Burial Friday, 26 Mar 2010 at Corpus Christi Church, Rev. Anthony BIRDSALL-FORBES Funeral Home in Sturgeon Bay.


WORLEY, W. A./b. 28 Feb 1894, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI-d. 17 Mar 1968, Mt. Angel, OR-graduated from Sturgeon Bay High School-druggist at Bassett's-veteran of World War I, Company F-joined in 1917-after war returned to job here-moved to Racine-had own drug store-moved to Oregon and had his own store there-retired Spring of 1967-visited Sturgeon Bay with wife in June, 1967-Survivors: his wife Helen WORLEY-six children in Oregon, a brother Joe and sister Ida in Sturgeon Bay-OBIT: Door Co. Advocate: Tues. 2 Apr 1968, Sec. 1-P.3.


YAVERSKI, Sandra Marjorie/b. 26 Mar 1937, Chicago, Illinois-d. Tues. 22 Jun 2010, Bellin Hospital, Green Bay, Brown Co., WI;  Sandra Marjorie YAVERSKI, (73), of Sturgeon Bay, was called home after a courageous battle with leukemia with her loving family at her side-parents: Sigmund and Marjorie Alicen (SANDBURG) HELMICK-married on 13 Apr 1979 to Thomas Bartholomew YAVERSKI in Lacrosse, WI- member of St. Joseph Catholic Church in Sturgeon Bay-Survived by her loving husband, Tom of Sturgeon Bay; four dear children, Richard (Cindy) BATKA of Highland, Indiana (and their children, Jennifer BATKA, Melissa BATKA, Richard (Alison) BATKA), Sandra (Jim) CHARLES of Sturgeon Bay (and their children, Robert (fiancé, Lauren HOUPT) ADAMOV, Whitney TENOR), Cheryl KISZKA of Schererville, Indiana (and her children, April (Jerry) GILMAN, Brian (Nicole) KISZKA), and Deborah ROWLAND of Casper, Wyoming; step-son, Michael (Patty) YAVERSKI, Tampa, Florida; five great-grandchildren, Brayden, Kayla, CAMERSON, Ali and Katie; and her sister, Paulette (Eugene) FRAKES of Hammond, Indiana-preceded in death by her parents; grandson, Michael KISZKA; brothers, Kenneth HELMICK and Ronald HELMICK; and step-son, Thomas YAVERSKI, Jr.-graveside committal service held at noon on Saturday, 26 Jun 2010 at Oakland Memory Lanes in Dolton, Illinois - 15200 Lincoln Avenue (Michigan City Road), Dolton, Illinois 60419-visitation at the cemetery chapel on Saturday from 10:00 a.m. until the time of her committal service at noon-HUEHNS Funeral Home:


YEOMANS, Charlotte/b. 7 Jan 1920, Eagle River, Wisconsin-d. 24 Sep 2010, Scandia Village, Sister Bay, Door Co., WI: OBITUARY-CASPERSON Funeral Home: Charlotte YEOMANS, nee ADAMS, 90, Sister Bay-parents: Charles and Olive (NASH) ADAMS-graduated from University of Wisconsin, Madison in 1941 with a degree in Music-married Bob YEOMANS in 1942-raised three children, Elizabeth, Robert and Geoffrey-in 1983 Charlotte and Bob retired to Door County-was a member of the Ephraim Moravian Church, where she was choir director for many years-an avid naturalist and participated in the University of Wisconsin bird count-survived by her husband, her children, her three grandchildren, Caroline, Alexandra, Charles and her great-granddaughter, Catherine-A memorial service held Saturday, 25 Sep 2010 at the Ephraim Moravian Church.


YORITA, Victoria J./b. 3 Feb 1925, Chicago, IL-d. 2 Feb 2010, Green Bay, Brown Co., WI-(84) of Sturgeon Bay-Married, 25 Jul 1970, James YORITA in Chicago-owned and operated a bakery business in Flossmoor, IL for many years-summer residents of Door County for many years-retired to the Little Sturgeon area in 1995-Survivors include her husband; one daughter, Mira (Richard) Dykowski, Oconomowoc; two grandsons, Richard (Michele) DYKOWSKI, Waukesha and Nicholas (Shannon) DSYKOWSKI, Gilberts, IL; 2 great-grandsons, Luke and Maxwell-Forbes Funeral Home in Sturgeon Bay. OBITUARY-FORBES Funeral Home-2 Feb 2010.


ZASTROW, Jacqueline Mae/b. 8 Nov 1928, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI-d. Tues. 26 Oct 2010; OBITUARY-COTTER Funeral Home, DePere, WI: Jacqueline Mae ZASTROW, (81), Ashwaubenon-parents: the late Wilford and Dorothy (BAKER) ALBERT-graduated from Sturgeon Bay High School-married Charles William ZASTROW in 1947-he preceded her in death on 15 Feb 1991-was an active member of Bethany United Methodist Church in Green Bay-Surviving are three children: Judy PHARIS, Howard, Lynn (Dennis) DIONNE, De Pere, and John (Sarah) ZASTROW, Thornton, CO; grandchildren: Todd (Jennifer) PHARIS, Jay (Stacy) PHARIS, Matthew (Jessica) DIONNE, Andrew (fiance-Nikki) DIONNE; five great-grandchildren: Nicholas, Dylan, Ian, Giovanna, and Gabriela-Cotter Funeral Home, 860 N. Webster Ave., De Pere-Celebration of Jaqueline’s life held Friday at the funeral home, with the Rev. Randy RICHTER officiating-COTTER Funeral Home,


ZASTROW, Miles Paul/b. 24 Oct 1950, Oconto County, WI-d. 5 Dec 2010, at home, Forestville, Door Co., WI; *Source: OBITUARY-FORBES Funeral Home: Miles Paul ZASTROW, (60), of Forestville-parents: Theodore and Angeline (FISCHER) ZASTROW-received his B.S. degree in education from U.W. Stout-married on 26 May 1973 to Barbara JAEGER in Gillett- taught at Sturgeon Bay Middle and High Schools for 34 years-enjoyed building the sets and props for the 8th grade Allied Arts Program and the high school musicals-After retirement, he taught young men the art of home building through the Door/Kewaunee Building Project for over 3 years-built 17 homes in his lifetime plus completing 3 project houses-also involved in several community building and remodeling projects-served several years as a board member of the Outdoor Ministries for Camp Luther-active member of St. Peter’s Lutheran Church in Forestville where he held several church offices through the years-served as a member on the board for the Southern Door Volunteer Fire Department and for the Township of Forestville-Survivors include his wife, Barbara; two children, Julie (Matthew) SCHELK, Fond du Lac; Ben (Veronica) ZASTROW, Luxemburg; two grandchildren, Abigail SCHELK and Emma ZASTROW; his parents, Theodore and Angeline ZASTROW, Gillette; one brother, Stanley ZASTROW, Rhinelander; two sisters, Joyce JOHNSON, Burke, VA; Carol (Edward) STANEK, Gillette; parents-in-law, Clarence (Dorothea) JAEGER, Oconto Falls; two brothers-in-law, James JAEGER, Colorado Springs, CO; Thomas JAEGER, Gillette; aunts, uncles, cousins, and several nieces and nephews-preceded in death by an infant sister; and one brother-in-law, Lt. Col. Dennis M. JOHNSON-memorial services Saturday 11 Dec 2010 at St. Peter’s Lutheran Church in Forestville with the Rev. David LUHRS officiating-FORBES Funeral Home in Sturgeon Bay.


ZEPHIRIN, Helen/b. 1 Apr 1919, Pulaski, WI-d. 20 Sep 2010, Algoma Long Term Care Unit, Algoma, WI; OBITUARY-FORBES Funeral Home: Helen ZEPHIRIN, 91, formerly of Brussels-parents: Ernest and Mary STRZELECKI-married to Robert ZEPHIRINephirin on 29 Oct 1938 in Pulaski, he preceded her in death on 29 Jan 1994-Survivors include two daughters, Jean LuMAYE, Cheynne, WYO; Nancy (Richard) GIGSTEAD, Algoma; six grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren-preceded by parents, husband, son-in-law, brother and sister-Funeral Services Friday, 24 Sep 2010 at Forbes Funeral Home, Sue JOHNSON officiating-Entombment in the Shrine of Good Shepherd Mausoleum-FORBES Funeral Home.


ZUEHLKE, Helen Jeanne "H. J."/b. 12 Sep 1926, Park Falls, Wis.-d. 8 Sep 2010, at home, Baileys Harbor, Door Co., WI; *Source: OBITUARY-Door Co. Advocate -Sat. 11 Sep 2010: Helen Jeanne ZUEHLKE, (83), Baileys Harbor, formerly of Appleton, died at 12 noon at her residence in Baileys Harbor, Wis. on 8 Sep 2010-parents: the late Judge Jerome Vincent and Helen (DENZIN) LEDVINA, and was raised in Manitowoc-married on 30 Jul 1949 to Gustave Albert ZUEHLKE, who preceded her in death last year-celebrated their 60th Wedding Anniversary in Door County last summer with their children, grandchildren, and friends- survived by her three children, Helen "Holly" (David) BRANDEWIE, Valparaiso, Ind.; Gus (Karen) ZUEHLKE Jr., South Bend, Ind.; and Mary Ann (Paul) MINDEL, Brookfield, Wis.; a brother, Martial "Marty" (Pat) LEDVINA, Tucson, Ariz.; and six grandchildren, Elena, Jacob, Phillip, Dimitri, Anna, and Zachary-A brother, Jerome Paul "Jerry" (Pat) LEDVINA, preceded her in death-graduated from Lincoln High School in Manitowoc and graduated from Our Lady of the Lake College, San Antonio, Texas, with a B.A. in English and a Minor in Spanish-member of Sigma Tau Delta, an Honorary Organization for English Students and wrote for the "Palms" magazine as well as for the school newspaper-was an English and Spanish Teacher for over 25 years-taught at Xavier High School in Appleton-was an avid golfer-competed and won many tournaments over the years-won the title of Women's Champion in Appleton many times-member of St. Paul Rosary Group and a member of St. Bernard Parish, Appleton-also a member of Stella Maris Parish, Jacksonport-A Mass of Resurrection celebrated Monday, 13 Sep 2010, at St. Bernard Catholic Church, 1617 W. Pine St., Appleton, with Msgr. John SCHUH officiating-Brettschneider-Trettin-Lederer Funeral Chapel, -Wake Service-Interment will take place at St. Mary Catholic Cemetery, Appleton-BRETTSCHNEIDER-TRETTIN-LEDERER Funeral Home, 606 N. Oneida St. Appleton 920-733-7383


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