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Jerome Uitenbroek
November 15, 1931 — October 22, 2020
Jerome Uitenbroek November 15, 1931 — October 22, 2020
Jerome Uitenbroek died.

If Dad had his way, this would be the end of his obituary, sorry Dad…… Jerome Raymond Uitenbroek, age 88, passed away peacefully at home on Thursday, October 22nd. He was born on November 15, 1931, to Joseph M. & Mary E. (Sprangers) Uitenbroek. Jerome attended Holy Angels grade school, and St. John’s High School in Little Chute. He married the love of his life Lynn Meehl on July 7, 1954 at St. Mary’s in Menasha. Jerome was a lifelong member of Holy Angels/Holy Spirit Parish. Jerome had a great sense of humor. He always said he had a lot of people under him at his first job….he mowed lawn at the Holy Angles Cemetary. In 1952 he was drafted into the army and served our country for 2 years. Jerome was a volunteer fireman for the Harrison No. 2 Fire Department for 25 years. He delivered gas for Outagamie Equity Co-op, worked at Hoernigs Concrete, Appleton Machine, Wisconsin Tissue Mills and Kimberly-Clark where he retired from in 1992 after over 20 years of service. After retirement he kept busy with Darbroek Acres.

In his younger years Jerome enjoyed square dancing and playing sheepshead with his card club. His passion for card playing carried on throughout his life. If you stopped in during the day you would most likely catch him and Mom in a heated game of SkipBo or Manipulation. Jerome’s greatest joy was spending time wih his family. He was a devoted husband and family man and will be missed dearly by his wife Lynn after 66 years of marriage; sons Duane (Cindy), Randy, daughters Carol Duron, Joyce (Kelly) Baumgartle, Marlene (Jim) Dins, Lois (Greg) Seremeta, Barb (Bob) Wendt, Sarah (Paul) Christoffel and son Kevin (Sandy). He will also be missed by his 23 grandchildren, 10 great grandchildren,

Jerome is further survived by brothers: Cliff & Joe, sister-in-laws: Irene, Ruth & Donna Uitenbroek. Jerome is also survived by brothers & sisters-in-law: Ruth Meehl, Homer (Marie) Meehl and Mary Meehl.

He was preceded in death by a daughter-in-law Linda Uitenbroek; parents Mary and Joseph Uitenbroek, father and mother-in-law Urban and Rosella Meehl, brothers Denis, Claude, Donald, Paul and Mark, brother and sister-in-laws Lorraine Uitenbroek, Joanne Uitenbroek, Eleanor Uitenbroek, Janice Uitenbroek, Owen Meehl, Gwen and Bill Reinke and Tom Meehl.

A private family service will held at Holy Angels/Holy Spirit Parish.

Jerome, Dad, Grandpa, Great Grandpa – If we would ask you now, “how are you doing today?” You would surely say “I am finer than a hair on a frog!” We love you always and you will forever be in our hearts!

Livestream the funeral on Friday, October 30, 2020, on his obituary page at www.wichmannfargo.com at 11:00 am. 
  5 Feb 2023

Donna M. Uitenbroek, age 81, peacefully passed into the Lord’s arms, as her family surrounded her. She died on Palm Sunday, March 28, 2021, after a long struggle with dementia at St. Paul Home, Kaukauna. Donna was born on January 1, 1940, to the late Norbert and Cecelia (Verhagen) Meulemans, Wrightstown. She married Paul Uitenbroek on June 11, 1959 and enjoyed 57 years of marriage. Together they raised five children in the family Homestead in Darboy.



Donna grew up in Wrightstown and graduated from St. Joe’s Academy, Green Bay in 1958. She worked at Appleton Papers until her children were born. Donna belonged to Holy Angels Parish Christian Mothers and volunteered for many various school and parish activities, the latest being the Scrip Program. She was also the bookkeeper for Paul Uitenbroek Plastering, and was Paul’s right hand. Donna took an active role as the main leader of Darboy Ever-Alert West 4-H Club. Her involvement in 4-H touched many children throughout the community. Donna loved to cook and bake! As an avid recipe collector, Donna would frequently make new dishes for her family. Sunday after Mass her family loved to gather for her infamous Sunday brunches, with homemade bread. Christmas candy making, monster cookies and strudel were traditions. Her passion and joy was her family, and she greatly enjoyed those weekly gatherings with all 12 grandkids and 6 great-grandkids, with 7th on the way. She was an avid reader/collector of information to share with all. Other interests included: genealogy, traveling, sewing, square dancing, gardening, cribbage/cards, family camping, photography, accordion and piano playing. She had a giving, graceful heart of gold and left a beautiful legacy and example to live by. Her warm, welcoming personality and beautiful smile will be cherished forever.



Donna is survived by her loving family: daughter, Jean (Erik) Barnes and their children, Nickolas (Amanda) Barnes and their daughter Olivia, and Chelsey (fiance, Jonathon Hare) Barnes; daughter, Sue (Pete) Scherer and their children, Melissa (Brandon) Wurzer their daughter Nola, and baby boy due 7/2021, Travis (Danna) Scherer; son, Tony (Diane) and their children, Trevor, Hannah and Philip Uitenbroek; daughter, Julie (Ken) Bastian, and their children, Kayla (Pearce) Goodwin and their children, Carson and Conner, Alex (Belle) Bastian and their children, Taki and Mele, and Amy (Nino) Rebholz; and daughter, Bonnie (Tom) Ermers and her children, Jenny and Lee Buelow; and Tom’s children, Stephanie (Jason) Garland, Brandon Ermers and Angela (Ryan) Anderson; siblings: Vern (Monica) Meulemans, Ken (Lynn) Meulemans, Dianne (Jerome) Schreiber, Joyce (Glenn) Hansen, Dennis (Chris) Meulemans and Jeff (Carol) Meulemans; in-laws: Irene, Ruth, Lynn and Joe Uitenbroek; many nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

Donna was preceded in death by her husband, Paul; parents, Norbert and Cecelia Meulemans; son-in-law, Joe Buelow; grandchildren: Erin Scherer and Benjamin Bastian; father and mother-in-law, Joseph and Mary Uitenbroek; brothers and sisters-in-law: Denis, Claude, Donald (Lorraine), Jerome, Cliff (Joann), Eleanor and Mark (Janice) Uitenbroek.

Funeral services will be held at 11:30 a.m. on Saturday, April 10, 2021, at Holy Spirit Parish/Holy Angels Church, W2796 Cty Hwy KK, Darboy. Visitation will be at the church on Saturday from 9:00 a.m. until the time of the Mass. Services will be available on-line at www.holyspirit-parish.org/uitenbroek. Interment will be in the parish cemetery directly after services, weather permitting. In lieu of flowers, a memorial is being established in Donna’s name. For online condolences, please visit www.verkuilenfh.com.

Our deepest gratitude to all those involved with Mom’s care at Club Gabriel, St. Paul Home and to the caring Hospice team who walked this journey with the family. God bless you all.

Mom, Grandma, Great-Grandma - We love you always and you will forever be in our hearts. 
  4 Feb 2023
Lynn A. Maas
January 23, 1940 — February 1, 2023
Appleton
Lynn A. Maas January 23, 1940 — February 1, 2023 Appleton
Lynn A. Maas, age 83, passed away peacefully February 1, 2023. She was the only child of Gregory and Naomi (Hawley) Schindler. She attended grade and high school in Appleton and graduated from what is now Appleton West in 1958. In High School she met Glenn Sonnleitner. They were married in 1959 and the couple had three children during their 18 years together. She then met Donald Maas and the two shared 29 years together traveling and golfing.

Don and Lynn spent time golfing in Florida, participating actively in their church and sponsoring international children. Lynn was a social butterfly who enjoyed chatting with her friends and attending the PAC as well as volunteering there. She also loved to dance and spent time in The Villages, FL listening to bands and socializing.

Lynn took a special trip to Costa Rica and was so proud to have tried the zip line! Following Don’s death, her adventurous spirit continued, and she spent time with her Wednesday night friends sharing meals, trying new things, and just enjoyed being together.

Lynn is survived by her children: Scott (Debra) Sonnleitner, Appleton, Chris Gregory Sonnleitner, Kaukauna, and Kelly (Hal) Writer of Colorado; Don’s children: Mary Robare of Arizona, Donald (Percy)Maas of the Philippines, Kathleen Maas of Appleton; Anthony (Bronwyn) Maas of Appleton; her grandchildren: Cassondra, Shawn, Ty, Michael, Tiana, Jordan, Trudy, and Tess as well as Don’s grandchildren. She is further survived by great grandchildren: Layluh, Hunter, Zayden, Evangeline, Brantley and Everly and the great grandchildren of Don as well.

Lynn was preceded in death by her husband of 29 years, Don, her parents, Don’s children: Sandy, Randy, Michael, Gary, Elizabeth, Theresa, and Tracy and other friends and family.

A memorial mass for Lynn will take place on Saturday March 4, 2023, at 11:00am at St Bernard’s Catholic Church. Friends and family may gather at the church from 9:00am until the start of mass. Lynn will be placed next to her husband at St Mary’s Cemetery, Appleton.

In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to the Disabled American Veteran’s in her memory.
To order memorial trees or send flowers to the family in memory of Lynn A. Maas, please visit our flower store. 
  3 Feb 2023
Sharon J. Zahn
July 5, 1930 — February 2, 2023
Appleton
Sharon J. Zahn July 5, 1930 — February 2, 2023 Appleton
Sharon Zahn 92, of Appleton, died peacefully at St. Elizabeth Hospital supported by her children and family members on February 2nd, 2023. Sharon, the only child of Harry and Irene Dietz, was born July 5th, 1930. She jokingly referred to herself as “a leftover firecracker “. She attended St. Joseph's Elementary School, Appleton High School and graduated from Milwaukee State Teachers College where she met the love of her life, John "Jack" Zahn. They married May 1, 1954 and raised six children: Rick (Rosan) Zahn, Bob (Susan) Zahn, Lori (Jerry) Deering, Greg Zahn (Nelson Perez Meza), Jim Zahn and David Zahn. Strong in their Catholic faith, Sharon and Jack were founding and longtime members of St Pius X Church. Jack preceded Sharon in death in 2013.

Sharon loved the outdoors, especially golfing and gardening. She was always a good sport for Jack’s spontaneous road trips. Sharon was a resourceful cook, a clever and fashionable seamstress, a talented artist, as well as a competitive Bridge, Sheepshead, Gin Rummy and Rummikub player.

Always pitching in, Sharon was a member of King’s Daughters, volunteered at Father Carr’s and welcomed parish members at St Pius and at St Mary Magdalene Church in Waupaca. She resided at St. Paul home in Kaukauna where she helped out with decorating, bulletin work and occasionally leading her peers in chair exercises. Nicknamed “Saint Speedy” as she was always on the move.

Sharon is survived by her six children, nine grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren.

She received compassionate care in her final days at St Elizabeth Hospital where she also began her life on earth.

The family would especially like to express their gratitude to staff, clergy and volunteers of St Paul Elder Services for providing her a caring, safe and spiritual home over the last five years. Sharon always said “I couldn’t be in a better place”. She knew she would come to her final home with the Lord, the best place of all.

Private services will be held for the comfort of the family. 
  3 Feb 2023
Clifford G. Uitenbroek
January 8, 1934 — January 6, 2021
Clifford G. Uitenbroek January 8, 1934 — January 6, 2021
Clifford George Uitenbroek, age 86, passed away peacefully, with his family at his side, at Ascension St Elizabeth’s Hospital on Wednesday, January 6, 2021. He was born on January 8, 1934, to Joseph M. and Mary E. (Sprangers) Uitenbroek.

Cliff attended Holy Angels Grade School and St. John’s High School in Little Chute. He married Joann Fields on May 23, 1955 at St. Joseph’s in Appleton. They settled in Darboy and raised their family. A devout Catholic, Cliff was a lifelong, active member of Holy Angels Parish in Darboy, and enjoyed singing in the choir and working at the annual parish picnic.

Cliff started as a plasterer with Andy Marske, then spent many years in partnership with his brother Paul as Uitenbroek Plastering Contractors. In 1976 Cliff decided to return to his roots, dairy farming. He renovated his barn, purchased a small herd, and ran his dairy farm.

Cliff was active in the growth of the Darboy area, developing Angel Heights, Darbroek Acres with his brothers, and several developments as part of HUB. He was a member of the Calumet County Zoning Board of Adjustments from 1980 to 2008.

Cliff eventually retired from dairy farming, focused on development and worked for the Darboy Sanitary District as it started up and grew.

Clifford will be missed by: son Jeffrey (Catherine) Uitenbroek and their son Andrew; daughter Patricia (Lyle) Bauer and their son Camron and daughter Paige; son Clifford P. (Christine) Uitenbroek and their daughters Jessica and Molly; and son Thomas Uitenbroek and his child Shayne.

Clifford is further survived by his brother Joseph Uitenbroek; sisters-in-law Irene, Ruth, Lynn and Donna Uitenbroek; and sister and brother-in-law Bernice and Jerry Cops.

Clifford was preceded in death by Joann; his parents Joseph and Mary Uitenbroek; father and mother-in-law Lloyd and Caroline Fields; brothers Denis, Claude, Donald, Jerome, Paul and Mark Uitenbroek; and sisters-in-law Lorraine, Janice and Eleanor Uitenbroek

There will be a public visitation on Friday, January 22, 2021 from 4:00 PM until 7:00 PM at Holy Spirit Parish in Darboy.

A private family service for Cliff will be held at 11:00 AM on Saturday, January 23, 2021 at Holy Spirit Parish in Darboy, with visitation from 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM. The service will be streamed directly to this page at that time.

Later in 2021, a celebration of life honoring Cliff and Joann will be held.

In lieu of flowers a memorial fund is being established in Cliff’s name. 
  3 Feb 2023
etty M. Mathison
March 14, 1934 ~ January 31, 2023 (age 88)
etty M. Mathison March 14, 1934 ~ January 31, 2023 (age 88)

Betty M. Mathison passed away at home on Tuesday, January 31, 2023 after suffering a heart attack. Betty was born on March 14, 1934 to William and Rose Plamann. Bets married Robert Mathison on March 6, 1954. After living in various places while Bob served in the Air Force, they settled in Freedom to start their family before moving to the Town of Menasha. Betty was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother.

Betty is survived by her husband of 69 years and their children: Sue (Steve) Voight, Jeffrey “Bubba,” Laurie (Mark) Dorn, Kyle, John (Deb), Rachel (Randy) Wolf and Robert “Gus.” She was a loving grandma and grandma-grandma to: Eric (Stephanie) Voight, Cadyn and Gabe; Timothy (Tracy) Voight, Mitch (Amanda) Voight, Jordy, Corbin and Gunnar; Hailey (Chad) Dercks, Audrey, Jack and Charlie; Cole (Amy) Voight, Ellie, Ben and Madie; Jared (Nicole) Dorn and Abby; Megan (Ted) Strub, Violet and Nelly; Allison (Seth) Hatley, Olivia, Henry and Lucy; Taylor Dorn, Kylie Wolf, Elijah (Lorna Caswell), and Hixon. She is further survived by sisters-in-law; Joyce Plamann, Carol Mathison and Dorothy Wappler; brother-in-law, Marshall Mathison and numerous nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her parents, her in-laws: John and Hattie Mathison; grandson, Nicholas Voight; her sisters: Grace (Doc) Young and Dorothy (Rev. Adelbert) Geiger; her brothers: Ken (Gwen) Plamann, Bud (Elaine) Plamann and Richard Plamann; and her brothers-in-law: Bud Mathison and Warren Wappler.

A funeral service for Betty will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, February 4, 2023 at Immanuel Lutheran Church, 3703 Fairview Rd., Neenah, WI with Pastor Paul Meyer presiding. Visitation will begin at the church at 9:00 a.m. and will continue until the time of the service. In lieu of flowers, please consider a memorial to Immanuel Lutheran Church or Fox Valley Lutheran High School, where all her children and grandchildren graduated. For online condolences, please visit www.verkuilenfh.com.

The family wishes to thank the Fox Crossing Fire Department as well as the team at Theda Clark Emergency Room for the care always shown to Betty. 
  2 Feb 2023

Martha Van Oss, age 96, passed away Monday, January 30, 2023. The daughter of the late Henry and Elizabeth (Baeten) Liebergen was born August 23, 1926, in the town of Holland.

She married Jerome Van Oss September 4, 1944, at St Paul’s Catholic Church in Wrightstown. The couple farmed in the Denmark area for over 40 years. Jerome passed away November 2, 2003, after 59 years of marriage.

She is survived by their children: Joseph and Suzanne Van Oss, Elizabeth Tymchuck, Susan and Gerard Rosek; 13 grandchildren; 21 great grandchildren; and 2 great-great grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her husband, a son and daughter-in-law, Michael and Connie Van Oss; a son-in-law, Don Tymchuck; and great granddaughter, Adeline Rasek; 5 sisters and two brothers.

Private funeral services will be held at Cotter Funeral Home Denmark Chapel. Entombment will be in the Allouez Catholic Mausoleum.

Special thank you to Margaret and Kristen and Unity Hospice.

 
  31 Jan 2023

Jim M. Hammen, age 89, passed away at his home surrounded by his family on January 29, 2023. He was born on August 16, 1933, son of the late William and Anna (Dercks) Hammen. Jim married Alice Van De Loo on August 13, 1957, at St. Francis Catholic Church in Hollandtown.

Jim was a true outdoorsman. His passion was fishing and hunting. Jim enjoyed playing cribbage and spending time at the cottage. He was the most happy when spending time with his family.

Jim is survived by his wife, Alice Hammen; children: Rose (Mike) Bogard, Jean (special friend, Glenn Frank) Grant, Patty Weyenberg, Gail (Gary) Weyenberg, Phil (Kelly) Hammen, Lynn (Randy) Wenham and Jim (Sue) Hammen; 19 grandchildren; 34 great grandchildren; sister, Joan Driessen; brother, Bob Hammen; brothers and sisters-in-law: Ike Hammen, Theresa Van Zeeland, Mary Lois (Frank) Lamers, Eunice Micke, Sandra (Don) Smelling, Lola Van De Loo, Victor (Mary Jane) Van De Loo and Donald (Barbara) Van De Loo; numerous nieces, nephews, other relatives and many friends.

Jim was preceded in death by his parents, William and Anna Hammen; son-in-law, Larry Grant; brothers: Maurice (Marie), Ambrose (Ceil), Izzy (Helen), Ernie (Eunice) and Bill Hammen; sisters: Marie (Paul) Balgie, Agnes (Eddie) Schuler, Gerry (Fritz) Keyzers, Florence (Eddie) Poppe and Doris (Butch) Vosters; brothers and sisters-in-law: Janice Hammen, Robert (Della) Van De Loo, Eugene Van De Loo, Roger Micke and Ves Van Zeeland.

Memorial services will be held at 5:00 p.m. on Friday, February 3, 2023, at St. John Nepomucene Catholic Church, 411 Vandenbroek Street, Little Chute, with Fr. Ron Belitz officiating. Visitation will be at the church from 2:00 p.m. until the time of the Mass. Interment will be in St. John Cemetery. For online condolences, please visit www.verkuilenfh.com.

The Hammen family would like to express a special thank you to the staff of ProMedica Hospice, especially Jen, Traci, Mike, William and Herb. Your kindness will never be forgotten. 
  31 Jan 2023


Virginia A. “Ginny” Kihl, age 57, passed away peacefully surrounded by her family on January 28, 2023. She was born on June 23, 1965, daughter of the late Jerry and Bernice (Berken) Bruecker.

Ginny married Kevin Kihl on May 11, 1991. She worked at Thilmany in Kaukauna for 35 years until she retired in January of 2022. Ginny was the life of the party and always had a joke or smart comment to make everyone laugh. She was a devoted mother, supporting her children at their many sporting events, dance recitals, and more. Ginny enjoyed spending time outside, walking her dog, Frankie, and taking long bike rides. She loved to soak up the sun on her deck, whether she was listening to music or having a drink with one of her many visitors. Ginny took many camping trips with family and friends that spanned across 25 years at campgrounds such as Evergreen, Vista Royalle, Peninsula State Park, and more. In her more recent years, her travel included Alabama, Florida, New York, and Tennessee. Most of all, she always looked forward to her yearly international vacations where she could escape the Wisconsin cold with family and friends at destinations including Mexico, Jamaica, the Dominican Republic and more.

Ginny is survived by her husband, Kevin; children: Sam, Eli and Jenna Kihl; brothers: Dan “Boogs” (Joan), Chuck (Jodi) and Tim (Cindy) Bruecker; brothers and sisters-in-law: Mike (Veronica) Kihl, Steve (Caryn) Kihl and Lisa (Scott) Fruend; numerous nieces, nephews, other relatives and many special friends. Ginny was preceded in death by her parents, Jerry and Bernice Bruecker and her father and mother-in-law, Claude and Sandy Kihl.

Visitation will be held on Thursday, February 2, 2023, from 4:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. at St. Katharine Drexel Parish – St. Francis Church, 433 County Road CE, Hollandtown. A prayer service will conclude the evening. Visitation will continue Friday morning at church from 10:00 a.m. until the time of the Mass at 12:00 noon. Fr. Willie Vande Loo will officiate. Interment will be in the parish cemetery. For online condolences, please visit www.verkuilenfh.com.

The Kihl family would like to extend a big thank you to all of their family and friends for the outpouring of support during this very difficult time. 
  31 Jan 2023
Edward J. Broeren
August 8, 1936 — January 28, 2023
Edward J. Broeren August 8, 1936 — January 28, 2023
Edward J “Ed” Broeren, 86, passed away on January 28th, surrounded by Jackie, his wife of 61 years, and his three children, Lisa, Ed, and Laura. He was born to Kathryn and William Broeren, the 7th of 11 children, in Askeaton, on August 8th, 1936. He attended the one-room schoolhouse there and graduated from Wrightstown High School. He worked at Thilmany's in Kaukauna for a brief time before joining the Army with his two best friends Paul and Mike. He spent the majority of his time, and the most meaningful, at Fort Bragg, NC, with the 7th Special Forces Group, as a paratrooper and a motor pool mechanic. While home on leave, he met the love of his life Jackie (Janet) Lappen and they married on July 8th, 1961.

Ed had a mechanical aptitude second to none and could fix anything. He returned to Thilmany's Maintenance department after his time in the Army, earning a DeVry University certificate through the mail. Thilmany's sent him all over the country to attend courses for maintaining the paper machines, even after they became digital, and he was their 'go-to' troubleshooting guy for well over 30 years, until his retirement at the age of 62.

Jackie went along on many of these trips and together they explored the areas during Ed's free time. They continued exploring the country together after retirement, visiting every state but Alaska. They enjoyed bowling and golfing together in local leagues for years. Together is how they approached marriage and faced any obstacles life presented-always together.

Ed also enjoyed reading, especially about the Special Forces, helping his children fix things, and having his own personal computer. He would happily eat anything you put in front of him, hungry or not, with a special fondness for Jackie's cookies. He was our cookie monster.

Ed is survived by his loving wife Jackie, children Lisa (Scott) Krieg, Ed (Sue) Broeren, Laura (Mark) Patterson, and 3 much-loved grandchildren. He is further survived by his brothers and sisters Paul Broeren, Alice Broeren, George (Karen) Broeren, Kathy (Tom) Sarconi, brother-in-law Paul Bedard, Jackie's sister Annaceil Meulemans, and many nieces and nephews. He is preceded in death by his parents, sister-in-law Alverne Broeren, sister Maryanne and husband George Vandecoevering, sister Eileen Bedard, brother Tom and wife Joyce, brother Gene and wife Bea, sister Tess and husband Carl Dahms, and brother Bill and wife Pearl; also Jackie's brother Leo and wife Mabel, her brother Clifford and wife Marion, her sister Marion and husband Lester, her sister Ruthie and husband Jerry, and her brother Paul.

The family wishes to express sincere appreciation to the caregiving staff at Aspire Memory Care in Kimberly and Compassus Hospice.

Donations in Ed's name can be made to Alzheimer's Disease Research at brightfocus.org/stopAD or woundedwarriorproject.org.

Funeral services will be held on Thursday, February 2nd at St Katharine Drexel-St Mary's Site, 119 W 7th St in Kaukauna. Visitation is from 9:00 am to 11:00 am, with Mass to follow. 
  31 Jan 2023

Individuals

 ID   Last Name, Given Name(s)   Born/Christened   Location   Last Modified 
I56530 
Uitenbroek, Jerome Raymond 
b. 15 Nov 1931  Darboy, Calumet Co, Wisconsin  5 Feb 2023
I34395 
Meulemans, Donna Mae 
b. 01 Jan 1940  Wrightstown, Brown Co, Wisconsin  4 Feb 2023
I246830 
Schindler, Lynn Anita 
b. 23 Jan 1940  Appleton, Outagamie Co, Wisconsin  3 Feb 2023
I235619 
Dietz, Sharon Jean 
b. 5Jul 1930  Appleton, Outagamie Co, Wisconsin  3 Feb 2023
I79809 
Uitenbroek, Clifford George 
b. 08 Jan 1934  Outagamie Co, Wisconsin  3 Feb 2023
I494572 
Plamann, Elizabeth M 
b. 14 Mar 1934  Wisconsin  2 Feb 2023
I84473 
Beyer, Janet 
   1 Feb 2023
I31286 
Liebergen, Martha 
b. 23 Aug 1926  Hollandtown, Brown Co, Wisconsin  31 Jan 2023
I3210 
Hammen, James Martin 
b. 16 Aug 1933  Wisconsin  31 Jan 2023
I23167 
Bruecker, Virginia Ann 
b. 23 Jun 1965  Green Bay, Brown, Wisconsin  31 Jan 2023

Families
 
 ID   Father ID   Father's Name   Mother ID   Mother's Name   Married   Last Modified 
 F41166 
 I247917  John Patrick Woods  I247918  Emma M Boelter    24 Jan 2023