Born in Hillsboro, Ill. He moved to Somers, Wis. On Oct. Antes in Somers. Gary was formerly employed with J. Case for 20 years before becoming a probation and parole officer for the State of Wisconsin. He retired from that in He was a member of Sacred Heart Catholic Parish in Racine and was an avid outdoorsman, enjoying hunting and collecting guns. Most of all, he enjoyed his grandchildren. Gary had a wonderful sense of humor and his family and friends will cherish his memory. Gary is further survived by the many foster children he and his wife took care of over the years.
He was preceded in death by his father, Ralph Smith; and a nephew, Joshua Lang. Roland D. He played football in high school and college. Roland also was active with the Boy Scouts throughout Wisconsin. He had been a member of the Racine Country Club for many years. Roland enjoyed golf, model trains and riding his Harley. Roland was preceded in death by his parents and a brother, Richard. She married her husband Ben, August 14, in Minnesota. Heather and Ben made East Troy their home in She loved read, travel and also loved her pets.
She loved watching the Minnestoa Twins baseball, but most rewarding was watching her daughter Chloe play softball and basketball. She is survived by her loving husband Ben. Cherished daughter: Chloe. Parents: Les and Diane. Aunts, uncles, other relatives and many friends also survive her. Submitted: January 16, Lisa M. Johnson — Pleasant Prairie, Wis. She moved to Kenosha in She was starting setter for the Carthage College volleyball team, enjoyed playing sand volleyball, kayaking, running and reading, but most importantly spending time with her sons.
She loved attending their events. She was preceded in death by her mother-in-law, Karen Johnson. Colleen M. Colleen was born in Viroqua, Wis. She had excellent culinary skills and a passion for reading, traveling, the outdoors and taking long walks. Submitted: October 6, Jean was born on Sept.
Brown and James W. Harris Sr. Jean attended UW-Parkside as a Paralegal major. She also attended Carthage as a Criminal Justice major where she received her degree in Paralegal Studies. She was also the 1st runner up for Alderman and Constable in Kenosha, Wis. Jean dedicated her life to helping others, she also worked as an advocate for abused women at the Women's Horizon Center in Kenosha, Wis.
Jean is survived by her brothers, James W. Harris Jr Sheila , Lucian C. Brown Jr, David E. Brown Sr. Satyre , Audrian S. Brown Cynthia. Her children, Rachael O. Sims Scott , and Michelle O. As well as a host of nieces, nephews, and other family members She is preceded in death by her son Martin O. Harris and brother Winston D. Her parents Mildred D.
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Her stepfather Lucian C. Submitted: January 25, Daniel had cerebral palsy, and, in spite of this significant disability, lived an amazingly full life. He is survived by his parents and his brother and sister, Ethan and Katy. Kelly Sue Butzen — Elkhorn, Wis. She was born June 4, , in Elkhorn, Wis. Kelly graduated from Elkhorn High School with the Class of She then graduated from Carthage in , and obtained her master's degree in education in Kelly also worked with her friends at the Apple Barn Orchard of Elkhorn.
Kelly was united in marriage to Robert D. She enjoyed playing volleyball and scrapbooking with friends, but her greatest joy was having Disney experiences; she truly loved her trips to Disney World with her husband and friends. She was preceded in death by her father, Leslie; and her sister, Kristi.
She received her early education in the schools in Pleasant Prairie and was a graduate of Tremper High School. Their union was blessed with a beautiful daughter. She was employed and retired as a teacher from the Kenosha Unified School District. Previously, for 11 years, she was a Postal Clerk with the U. Ruhle-Peterson was a member of St. Mark the Evangelist Catholic Church. In her younger years, she was a member of the Shoreliners and Queensmen Drum and Bugle Corps and extensively traveled with them throughout the United States.
She was an avid reader, enjoyed playing the piano and traveling. She was very close to her family and looked forward to spending time with them. She loved to attend her daughter and her granddaughters many events. Her biggest joy in life was making many lasting memories with her family. She was preceded in death by her parents; her grandparents; and her many aunts and uncles.
Submitted: June 13, Christopher W. He was employed with CDW as a website integration specialist and enjoyed watching, participating and organizing pools for sporting events. Beloved husband of Anne C. Hayes, nee Attardo and loving father of Zofia Samantha Hayes. Dear son of Halina and Gordon Engelbach. Cherished grandson of Zofia Iwaniuk.
Loving uncle to Liam, Teaghan, and Ethan, who is also his Godson. Hayes Sr. Submitted: July 11, Loving husband of Nicole, proud father of Alex, Ben and Grace. Dear brother of Kim Gus Powell. Further survived by other relatives and many friends. Patrick was the proud owner of Heitman Inc. Submitted: August 29, Dean Knudtson — Racine, Wis. He was born in Racine on Nov. Dean graduated from Case High School and received his bachelor's degree from Carthage.
Born Aug. Paula was an active member of St. Bede Church, a graduate of St. Her work experiences included working for her father's printing business, Lee Litho Co. She was one of eight children and considered "the hub" of the Neuroth family - keeping everyone informed and connected. Family and friendship were integral to her personality; fun, bright and full of energy, she touched the lives of many throughout the community, volunteering for service with the Visiting Angels program, Cub Scouts, and church activities.
Paula had a knack for gardening, and considered pulling weeds good therapy for the soul. Other interests included badminton, the arts, reading and capturing memories in her journals. A love for motorcycling to the local area back roads with her dear friend Dave, she captured photos of majestic oak trees and dairy barns of early settlers.
On Independence Day, you would find her wearing the special striped America slacks. Paula was the anchor in the relationship with her son, one who made her extremely proud and provided a direction for each their lives. She advocated for peace in the world so that they may not know the injustices of conflict. She is survived by her son Craig Brooke and her grandchildren, Chase and Stella.
She was preceded in death by her brother Thomas. Bradley C. White — Beverly Hills, Calif. He was a cancer victim who valiantly battled for life following surgery in June His adventures included travels to over countries in a life filled with pursuits, and which he lived to the fullest. Many of his travels were conducted as part of his career as a pilot, most recently serving in a non-military capacity in Afghanistan.
He also flew in a similar capacity in Colombia; Darfur, Sudan; and the Philippines. Bradley's flying career began in Alaska, where he flew single-engine prop planes, later as a medic in small jets and finally in C planes, designed for carrying cargo. He then worked as a bartender in Chicago's DePaul neighborhood, then as a silk screener of clothing near Denver before enrolling in flight school in Oklahoma and beginning his career as a pilot in Alaska. He appeared on Smithsonian Channel's "Dangerous Flights" series, the second of which will be seen soon in this country.
He is survived by his brother, Donald J. White, sister-in-law Amy C. White of Palatine, his father Pierce F. White, stepmother Margaret E. White of St. Charles, step-brother Nathan Green of Chicago, nine cousins in Rockford, Elgin and Wisconsin, four aunts and four uncles. Her family grew by births and adoptions to more than 15 grandchildren and nine great grandchildren. Ann was born in Somers, Wis. The Thomas family farm was located where UW-Parkside sits today. They purchased the house on 68th and Sheridan and lived there for 43 years.
Family, friends and the people of Kenosha were Ann's passion. There were always enough hours in the day to take care of the people she loved. Ann graduated from Carthage College with two degrees, cum laude in Before her husband's stroke in , Ann had never driven on the highway. She cared for him for the next 28 years — traveling together down the highways and byways of the United States. In , Ann and Jim moved to Cudahy, Wis. Francis Card Shop and also Unity Food Pantry she will always be remembered as a loving mother and grandmother whose greatest passion was helping others.
Submitted: September 27, Sandra M. Luke Medical Center, on Friday, May 31, Sandra had been employed by Western Publishing Co. She was the fun loving aunt everyone wanted to have. She especially enjoyed the family gatherings. Her aunts, uncles, cousins, other relatives and friends also survive her. The family would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to all at the Willowcrest Care Facility for all their services and support they have given Sandy over the past years.
Ben was a veteran serving his country proudly in the U. Air Force during the Vietnam War. Survivors include: Beloved parents, Gumecindo and Lydia F. Vasquez of Thrall, TX. Submitted: July 31, She graduated from Hampshire High School and attended Northern Illinois University, and eventually completed her degree in education at Carthage College some 30 years later after raising her family. She loved children of all ages and was proud to have taught many different grades during her career, as well as music and physical education.
In her retirement, she enjoyed spending time with family and friends, babysitting grandkids, crossword puzzles, and watching the Chicago Bears, Cubs, and Bulls. She will especially be remembered for her humor, love of life, and kindness toward others. She was predeceased by her parents, George and Dorothy Bruce.
Gary A. Beloved son of Betty and Late Bob Zambo. Also loved by other family members and friends. Submitted: September 29, She married Michael J. Grayson on September 22, She enjoyed reading, spending time with family and friends and spoiling her grandchildren. She led the first Daisy Troop in Racine and was awarded the Thanks Badge, the highest honor for volunteers.
She found her true passion at Big Sisters of Greater Racine where she was Big Sister from and also Director of Volunteers from until her retirement in Judith M. Judi was born in Dayton, OH. In , Judi moved to Kenosha, Wis. She also obtained a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Carthage. In , Judi moved to Fort Myers, Fla. Howe; and her sister, Rosane I. Submitted: October 18, She was born on Jan. She grew up in Kenosha and graduated from St. Nancy married Edward Kaye in Las Vegas in , and they were blessed with 33 years together. Nancy retired from teaching in Nancy enjoyed going to her cabin up north, swimming, reading books faster than anyone and spending time with her family, friends and "club ladies.
Matthew's Episcopal Church. Along with her parents, she was preceded in death by her brother, Robert Schmidt. Thomas A. He was preceded in death by his brother, Bradley Martin, and his father, Tom Martin. Martin was known for his exceptional love for and devotion to his children. He successfully encouraged them to follow him from Wisconsin to the University of Missouri from where they both graduated. His life centered around his children Lauren and Dalton who provided him with much joy and love throughout his life.
They meant the world to him. He was a dear friend to many and was recognized and appreciated as an outgoing, generous individual with a wonderful sense of humor. Professionally, as a neuropsychologist Dr. Martin was known and highly respected for his commitment to advocating for persons with all types of disabilities.
He served as President of the Missouri Brain Injury Association and initiated policies to ensure all persons with brain injuries and their families could attend conferences at no cost. During the latter part of his career he worked with the University of Missouri and high school coaches, staff, and athletes to develop guidelines to reduce the potential adverse impact of sports-related concussions.
Clinically, he helped numerous individuals with brain injuries and diseases and their families across the state to return to full and productive lives. He was the first Missouri psychologist to earn board certification in both Neuropsychology and Rehabilitation Psychology. He served on numerous committees of the American Psychological Association and National Academy of Neuropsychology, served on the editorial and reviewer boards of numerous academic journals, and published numerous scientific research articles.
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His family, friends, and professional colleagues have all benefitted from knowing him and will sorely miss him. Mike loved his Cubs and Bears. Larger than life, he brought laughter, love and cheer to all of our lives. Jerry was raised and educated in Milwaukee. He received his high school diploma from John Marshall High School.
He later went on to meet the love of his life; he and Lovette were married on August 29, Jerry was a truck driver for over 23 years; he was dedicated and a very hard worker. He always knew he would be a truck driver, because driving trucks brought him tremendous joy. During his life, Jerry touched so many people, in so many ways. He was loving, caring, giving, and alway s willing to do whatever he could to help others. In his leisure time, he enjoyed fishing.
He also loved to watch and listen to the rain. He also had an infectious smile that would light up the room. Jerry was also a dedicated family man; spending time with his children was his life. Jerry was preceded in death by his loving grandparents, Claudia Baskin, James W.
Baskin, Tommie Smart, and Idella Smart. Submitted: May 18, Susan was a resident of Kenosha, Wisconsin at the time of her passing. Born on July 19, , in Niles, Mich.
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His family moved to Kenosha in Ron attended St. Peter Catholic Grade School and graduated from St. He received an associate degree in accounting from Gateway Technical College and attended Carthage College. Ron worked at Kenosha Hospital before becoming a consultant for McKesson for 19 years. Flower gardening and keeping his yard beautiful was his passion.
He will be remembered for holding annual garden parties. Ron enjoyed traveling, especially to tropical places, taking cruises, and he cherished his trip to Ireland in He loved animals, especially dogs and cats. Ron was a die-hard Packer fan.
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He was preceded in death by his father, Albert. Submitted: August 27, Frank Matrise , Jr. Matrise was born on January 1, , in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Matrise graduated from St. Mary's Grade School, St. He coached football for 34 years, he was the head coach at Tremper for 19 years and then later coached at St. Joseph Catholic Academy. Mary Excellence Education Committee. In , he was inducted into the Wisconsin Football Coaches Association Hall of Fame, joining his dad who was inducted in He loved all athletics, especially football.
He enjoyed attending family gatherings, reunions, and parish festivals, as well as, traveling to Walt Disney World and taking cruises. Christmas was his favorite holiday. He enjoyed spending time with his family, especially with his children, Katelyn and Kyle. Submitted: July 29, She was united in marriage on January 20, to her former husband, Kenneth Sigmund, the father of her children. She was a loving mother, daughter, sister, and aunt who will be deeply missed by her family and friends.
She was preceded in death by her maternal and paternal grandparents. Submitted: March 29, Born Feb 11, in Kenosha, Wis. She married Donald Spence in Kenosha on Feb. Don and Shirley moved to Jacksonville, Fla. She was preceded in death by her parents, Lucille and Kenneth Gename. While raising her four children she earned her bachelor's degree in history at UW Parkside and her master's degree in reading at Carthage College. She taught for ten years at St. She presented at the International Reading Conference in Florida, where she met many authors including Sally Ride, the astronaut.
She was listed in Who's Who in American Education. In she began playing the organ at First Christian Church for the evening services. In she became the regular Sunday morning organist until her retirement in Don and Shirley retired to Pardeeville, Wis. She volunteered at Pardeeville Grade School for ten years in their reading program and for twelve years at the community food pantry.
Since retiring to Pardeeville they have spent part of the winter in Davenport, Fla. He proudly served in the United States Army security agency for four years. In he moved to Kenosha and met the love of his life Elnora Arndt at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside; they were married in Al earned his master's degree in education from Carthage. In retirement he enjoyed travel, biking, spending time with family and friends, and founded the Kenosha Area Classic Volkswagen Club.
He was preceded in death by his parents; two brothers, Frank and Jesus; and a sister, Maria Lupe Schmidt. Submitted: May 20, In , he married Gwendolyn Fuja in Naperville and they settled in Antioch in Dan valued time spent with family and friends. He was especially proud of serving as both president and a member of the Emmons School Board of Education.
Patricia M. Collver Malikowski — Racine, Wis. She was born in Shiloh, Mich. She maintained her dedication to nursing until the age of Bill had an enormously generous heart. C Johnson, Racine. He loved traveling with his favorite spot being St. Lucia, West Indies, where he swam with the giant turtles. Bill was an incredible husband, loving son and brother, fantastic in-law, caring nephew, cousin and uncle.
Bill is further survived by 21 adoring nieces and nephews, and 30 great nieces and nephews. Also, predeceased by his fishing buddy and brother-in-law, John Broderick. Crompton of Janesville, Wis. She graduated from Horlick High School in Racine in and continued her education from both Gateway Technical College in Racine and Carthage with degrees in social work.
She worked as a social worker in the Milwaukee area until her death, including many years at Lincoln Lutheran Nursing Home prior to moving to the Milwaukee area. Roxann's joys were her family, traveling, reading, her pets, and her wonderful friends. She is survived by her 3 children: Michelle Jorgensen of Oshkosh, Wis. Crompton of Roselle, Ill. She was preceded in death by her parents and her brother, Charles Crompton.
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Submitted: July 18, Michael F. Further survived by other family and many friends. Michael was a graduate of Washington H. He was integral to the success of the city-wide Special Ed Prom which was held yearly at Washington High School, also acting as DJ at this and other dances. Students enjoyed Mike's presence at camp Side by Side yearly, as he gave of his time to supervise the week-long event.
He will be missed by all those who knew and loved him. Submitted: January 23, Jennifer was a beacon of light throughout her 51 years. Loving and nurturing, always determined and strong, she spent years teaching and advocating for special needs students at Hinckley-Big Rock Elementary School where she assisted fellow staff members at every turn and often performed interpretive dance in front of security cameras to entertain office staff.
Along the way she took a 10 year break from teaching to raise two wonderful children and ran the Sunday School program at English Congregation Church where she was a life-long member. She remained upbeat to the end, teaching herself to knit and creating farewell gifts of scarves and hats for her nieces and children prior to her passing. She loved glitter in all things, and all those she touched in her brief life will forever carry forth her sparkle. She was preceded in death by her father Wayne Lee. Submitted: November 30, Marshall and the late Elsie Bezanson; and a friend of many. She was baptized into the Christian faith at Grace Lutheran Church.
In April of the family moved to Loves Park, Illinois. Sandra attended Concordia Lutheran School where she achieved high marks in her academic studies and won multiple awards for her artwork. She also participated in cheerleading and was instructed with private piano lessons. In she was confirmed in the Christian faith at Concordia and in the fall began her high school education at Rockford Lutheran High. During high school she was a competitor in the Miss Illinois Teen contest.
In the summer of Sandra was in a severe automobile accident which left her in a coma for nearly 10 days. Doctors did not think she would survive. God had other plans. She fully recovered and finished high school with her original graduating class of In she began her college education at Carthage. In early , Sandra contracted spinal meningitis and was hospitalized. Due to a high fever she lost her ability to hear.
She continued her education at Waubonsee College in Aurora, Illinois and learned sign language. In she once again contracted spinal meningitis and while hospitalized had a small stroke which left her partially paralyzed on her left side. Unable to return to her apartment she stayed in a board and care facility until when she moved to Fitchburg, WI to live with her brother, Mark. In June of she was diagnosed with stage 4, inoperable pancreatic cancer. She opted to live her remaining days with her brother, Mark, under the care of hospice and in-home companions.
Sandra is survived by her brother, Mark Kufahl, her niece, Rose X. Richter, her aunt Carol Reich, her uncle Louis Streble and many cousins. Sandra was preceded in death by her parents James and Joaine Streble Kufahl. Submitted: September 14, David W. Padlock — Coatesville, Pa. Educated in Kenosha schools, he graduated from Tremper High School in He served his country in the United States Marine Corps from until , spending his entire enlistment in Twentynine Palms, Calif.
Upon receiving his honorable discharge he returned to Kenosha where he worked as a dispatcher and then for Kenosha Memorial Hospital. After receiving his bachelor's degree from Carthage, David obtained a job as a buyer at Snap-On Tools. It was his work as a buyer that introduced him to his future wife, Laura Cassidy Vinci of Pennsylvania. David soon relocated to Pennsylvania, where he married Laura and obtained a job as a production manager with Endless Pools.
David was preceded in death by his wife, Laura, in David was quite the lumberjack; he had seven chainsaws! He also loved to do yard work and grew fruit trees and flowers. He had quite the green thumb. He was known as the best brownie maker. David helped out a lot at the fellowship farm; from mowing and burning debris piles to clearing wooded areas and helping at the annual camp. He had a sweet smile and a kind heart. David will be truly missed. Not a day goes by the we dont think of him. He gave us all a gift by sharing in his last days. Chris served in the U. She retired from Modine Manufacturing after 31 years.
Chris enjoyed being with her family and friends at a Living Memorial on January 25th. Chris is also survived by her cats, Baxter, Fingers, Pookie; and many nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. She was preceded in death by her parents; four brothers; and one sister. Submitted: March 12, She was born in Racine on December 8, to the late Carl V. Chris graduated from William Horlick High School. She attended UW-Madison and Carthage earning a degree in primary education. She worked several years in the Unified School District.
Christine was a faithful member of Faithbridge Church. Spending time with her family and with her Lord is what made life most meaningful for her. She enjoyed life by cooking, helping, listening, reading and visiting. Chris will be remembered as a wonderful partner, loving daughter, devoted mother and grandmother, caring sister, affectionate aunt and outstanding cook. Her love, her friendship and her commentary will be dearly missed. In addition to her parents she was preceded in death by her brother-in-law, Tom McDowell and her mother-in-law, Elaine Olsen.
Submitted: July 16, Born in Worcester, Massachusetts on December 2, , Renee moved with her family in to Cadillac, Michigan, where she spent most her childhood. After college, Renee moved back east to Waltham, Massachusetts and took a position with the New England Insurance Company in the policy writing department, later moving up to the position of supervisor.
While living in Waltham, she met her soon to be husband, John Adamson, and they were married on September 13, They initially made their home in Brookline before settling in Medfield in After welcoming her son, Sean, in , Renee left the working world to fully become a stay-at-home mom, raising and caring for her young family. Her family grew again in after welcoming her daughter, Sara. Renee's family meant the world to her, she enjoyed several family cruises and cherished her trip to Guatemala with her children.
She had a strong devotion to the Emmanuel Lutheran Church in Norwood, where she served as a Sunday School Teacher and as a member of the Call Committee, helping to find the new pastor. After being re-diagnosed with cancer in , Renee found alternative remedies that helped her during her treatments. In an effort to help others in similar situations, she became a health coach, focusing on holistic healing. Beloved wife of the late John Adamson. Devoted daughter of P.
Calvin and Audrey E. Wilbur Johnson of Marstons Mills. Cherished sister of Craig A. Bennett and her husband Bill of Falmouth, ME. Also adored by several nieces and nephews. Submitted: December 14, She graduated from Washington Park High School in With a passion for teaching the children in our community, she served as an educator with Racine Unified Schools, retiring from Gilmore after 30 years of teaching. She was a longtime member of St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church where she volunteered as a catechism teacher and bus-trip coordinator.
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Anzalone was also a member of Vittoria Colonna. Above all, she loved spending time with her entire family. Don graduated from Carthage with a degree in Biology. Don had been employed with SC Johnson since He guided each of his children and their friends to become Eagle Scouts or Gold Award recipients. In his spare time, Don enjoyed working in his orchard and the family evergreen nursery. He found great joy working on and teaching his children about fixing engines.
A very selfless man, Don will be best remembered for his love and dedication to his family. He was preceded in death by his father, Melvin W. Trista C. Preceded in death by her parents T. Shandy and Maryclaire Holland. Submitted: April 11, Lori J. Lori married Dr.
John H. Mueller in Rockford on June 18, She was a social worker for Children's Home and Aid Society, involved mostly in adoptions. Lori was an active member of Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd where she was involved in many areas. She volunteered with Rockford Area Lutheran Ministries from thru , and served as vice president from thru , and as president from thru During that time Becca's Closet was added to their ministries.
Steven Nina Mueller, and Sarah Dr. Dan Manzanares. Predeceased by her infant brother, Larry and her father-in-law, Roland Mueller. Chastain later worked for Brinks for 10 years as an Armored Car Driver. He was a member of the Westside Christian Church in Springfield. He was also a drummer for several bands in the area.
He is preceded in death by his father, Bennie Chastain in Submitted: January 17, He was born on February 3, to Gunnar B. Johnson served in the U. Marines and married Ruth N. Lindstrom in in Beloit, WI. He owned a dental practice in Rockford for many years. Member of First Evangelical Free Church.
He had his pilot's license and enjoyed flying. Predeceased by brother, Gerald, and niece, Cindy Johnson. Anne R. Anne was born Dec. United in marriage to Alexander W. Geron May 30th, in Kenosha, WI. Member of St. Sisters-in-law Pamela Ruff. Ethel Mae Lofton — Racine, Wis. Ethel relocated to Racine in She completed her GED at Gateway Technical Institute and then graduated from Carthage College with a degree in accounting along with several other degrees.
Ethel was an active and faithful member of St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church. Dick was born in Racine on January 24, to the late Vernon C. On May 25, in St. He served our community with the Racine Police Department for over 36 years from until retiring as Police Chief in His efforts were responsible for improving the quality of life for countless residents in the Racine Community.
He maintained that vision through his retirement as a member of the Racine Community Outpost Organization, a non-profit group dedicated to purchasing and maintaining COP houses in the greater Racine area. Dick was an avid runner who participated in a number of marathons, including the Boston Marathon, and charitable running events. Dick also enjoyed coaching and attending the numerous activities in which his children and grandchildren participated. He especially enjoyed planning and taking family vacations, most notably time spent together at Walt Disney World. Lucy Congregation have been suggested.
Kevin received his bachelor's degree, was a youth director at Trinity Lutheran Church for over 20 years and most recently, employed at General Mills. Submitted: August 23, Geoffrey A. Sparks — Marinette, Wis. Geoff was a graduate of Carthage College with a bachelor's Degree in criminal justice and a graduate of the Thomas M. Cooley Law School. Geoff also coached girls and boys basketball in Peshtigo, youth soccer and played slow pitch softball in Peshtigo.
Having strong roots in Illinois, he loved to go to Wrigley Field for Cubs baseball with his son, Nick. He was also an avid golfer and gardener and enjoyed walks at Red Arrow with his dog, Piccalo. He was preceded in death by his parents and an aunt, Nancy Pestrui Stuart. He is survived by his loving wife of 30 years, Rebecca Sue Crawley. He also volunteered at the Kaneville Fire department and served as their physician. Wayne was preceded in death by his parents Louis Baker Jr.
Baker and oldest brother Louis III. Submitted: May 31, Her career in nursing brought her great joy and fulfillment and included surgical and ER nursing, hospital management, nursing education, and auditing for the State of Wisconsin. While working at South Chicago Hospital, she met a physician, Nazario Cruz, to whom she was married for 54 wonderful years. They moved from Chicago to Kenosha, Wis.
She formed many close friendships while volunteering at her children's schools, church, and medical auxiliary. She also traveled extensively with her family, enjoying many special trips to the Philippines and Disney World. She loved spending time with her grandchildren, going to their sporting and music events, and taking them on adventures. One of her favorite mottos was: "Grandma's: a place where cousins become friends. Marlaine was preceded in death by her parents and her husband, Nazario, with her sister, Dorothy Rupp, surviving her.
Submitted: February 8, Survived by his loving wife Barbara nee Tarquino ; beloved sons Tom and Jeffrey; cherished grandfather to Spencer and Kailyn. Uncle to many nieces and nephews. Steven Griffus — Thompsons Station, Tenn. He was surrounded by family, friends and clergy. He attended Thompsons Station Church and was active in church Bible Studies and served as a teacher, which he loved.
Services were Friday, August 28, at 3 p. Chuck Bailey and Bro. Duane Murray officiating. Burial was in Ebenezer Cemetery, Vina, Al. Griffus and Cleo Griffus, Decatur, Al. Paul E. Paul was an avid Bears fan. He was a very loving and caring family oriented man, who will be forever loved and missed by family and friends. Paul is survived by his wife of 19 years, Susan, his parents Howard and Shirley Peterson, his children Jesse, Stephanie, Erik, and Rachel, his brother Craig Peterson '88, and numerous nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his in-laws Barbara and Glen Sizelove. Submitted: May 8, Born in Kenosha on Oct. Chuck was a product of local schools, first attending St. Mary Elementary School and was a graduate of St. Joseph's High School. Following high school Chuck went on to Carthage, where he was a graduate and had proudly played football under Coach Art Keller.
On Sept. Mary Catholic Church, he was united in marriage to Beth Venn. Chuck was a member of St. He was passionate about football and had coached youth football in Kenosha for many years. Chuck enjoyed cooking, fishing and was an enthusiastic Chicago Bear fan. He will always be remembered as a passionate family man. James M. Booth — Pleasant Prairie, Wis. Born on Aug. Miller Booth. James came to Kenosha as a young boy and was educated in the schools of Kenosha. James went on to earn two master's degrees; the first in Guidance and Counseling from Carthage College, and the second in Adult Education from National Louis University.
Navy from In , he married Louise Valentine in Kenosha. They would later divorce. James dedicated 29 years to teaching, most recently employed by the Waukegan Public School District 60 as a vocational special education teacher until he retired in A former member of First Assembly of God, he most recently attended St. James Catholic Church with his wife. He was an avid reader and lifetime member of Friends of the Kenosha Public Library. James enjoyed fishing, especially at the family cottage on Irogami Lake in Wautoma, Wis. He was a loyal Packer fan and also enjoyed watching boxing matches and spending time in Door County.
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