Cassandra Kay Prinkey, 62, of Monticello, died Friday at Monroe Clinic Hospital. Services will be Tuesday at 11 am at the Shriner-Hager-Gohlke Funeral Home in Monroe, where friends may call Tuesday from 10 am until services. Burial will be in in Muscoda. A memorial fund is being established. Survivors include her children Joseph Herman in Illinois, Heather Herman in Monticello, Chaya Scott in England and William Prinkey of Monroe; her mother Rosalie Robb of Winslow; a brother Robert Robb of Winslow; sisters Louvin Goodman of Muscoda, Belinda Pratt of Monticello, Peggy Leverton of McConnell, Amy Robb of Winslow and Jacqueline Wild of Monroe; two grandchildren; and former husband Gary Herman of Freeport.
Homer Weidman, 65, of rural Monroe, died Saturday at his home. Services will be Thursday at 10:30 am at Faith Community Church at Davis. Burial will be in Stateline Cemetery, rural Juda. Visitation is Wednesday night from 4 to 8 pm at the Newcomer Funeral Home in Brodhead, and at the church Thursday after 9:30 am. Memorials may be made to the Green County Pregnancy Center or Faith Community Church. Survivors include his wife Sonja of Monroe; his mother Helen Weidman of Brodhead; three daughters Julie Champlin in Brazil, Christine Birkholz in California and Angela Nelson of Ft. Atkinson; a sister Sharon Roth of Brodhead; and nine grandchildren.
Marjory Joan Cary, 75, of Monroe, formally of Utica New York and Roseville California died Monday March 29th, 2004 at Pleasant View Nursing Home in Monroe. She was born Dec. 4, 1928 in Utica New York to Walter and Bertha (Alger) Grubel. She graduated in 1944 from Boonville High School in New York. Went to nursing school in Philadelphia and graduated in 1949. She spent the early portion of her life living in Talcottville N.Y. until her parents moved to Whitesboro N.Y. Marjory was a surgical nurse at St. Luke?s Hospital in Utica until she and her husband moved to Roseville California. In Roseville she worked at the Roseville Community Hospital also in surgery. She married Francis Cary in Whitesboro New York on June 13, 1953 at the Whitesboro United Methodist Church. She loved her Church the Citrus Heights United Methodist Church in Citrus California where she will be missed. She is survived by her two Sons Steve (Cindy) Cary, and William (Elizabeth) Cary both of Blanchardville, WI. Three grandchildren Abigail, Scott and Anna Cary of Blanchardville, WI. One brother Walter (Arlene) Grubel ? Whiteboro, N.Y. Precede in death by her parents and Husband. A Memorial Service will be Sat. April 3rd, time 10:00a.m. at Friedensheim Memorial Chapel in Monroe, WI. Rosman-Uehling-Kinzer Funeral Home in Beloit, Wisconsin is caring for the family.
Marcia Halamka, 61, of Madison, formerly of Argyle, died Tuesday at her home. A memorial service will be held Saturday June 12th at 11 am at the Bethany United Methodist Church on Mineral Point Road in Madison. A luncheon will follow the service. The Erickson Funeral Home of Argyle is in charge of local arrangements. Marcia was born in Darlington in 1942, daughter of Andrew and Eva Skinrood. She taught high school then moved to Madison and worked as a receptionist for Madison Plastic Surgery Associates and the dental office of Drs. Carey, Peterman and Sievers. From 1984 until 2001, she worked at the World Council of Credit Unions, Inc. as a receptionist and administrative assistant. She married Frank Halamka in 1980. Survivors include her husband; a son Endre Doeringsfield in Madison; two stepchildren; four grandchildren; two sisters Haila Miller of Wiota and Lorna Vinger of Verona; four aunts, two nieces, two nephews and many cousins.
Brian Mankowski, 58, of Windsor, formerly of Monticello, died Friday at UW Hospital in Madison. A celebration of the life of Brian Mankowski will be Wednesday night at 7 pm at the Shriner-Hager-Gohlke Funeral Home in Monroe, where friends may call Wednesday from 4 pm until time of services. Brian had a career in law enforcement beginning with the Lake Mills Police Department and was Chief of Police in Wyoming, Iowa, in Monticello and in Necedah. After that, Mankowski became involved in the private security and investigative industry until 1995, then he and his wife began a safety consulting business. Survivors include eight children Tammy Babler of Plymouth, John of Sun Prairie, James of Madison, James of Madison, Leaora Miller of Monticello, Tara Dailey of Monticello, Danielle Bloomer of Sycamore and Eric of Waterloo, Iowa; and 20 grandchildren.
Raymond Hauser, 93, of New Glarus, died Saturday at the New Glarus Home. services will be Wednesday at 11:30 am at the Swiss United Church of Christ, where friends may call Wednesday 9:30 until time of services. Burial will be in Swiss Church Cemetery. A memorial fund has been established. The Zentner-Beal Funeral Home is serving the family. Survivors include three grandchildren; two great grandsons; a stepson Arlan Lewis of Shawano; two stepdaughters Louann Stadelman of Stockton and Mondy Shogren of Baraboo; a daughter in law Rebecca Hauser of New Glarus; a step son in law Lester Klitzke of New Glarus; a brother in law Ivan Rhyner of New Glarus; and a sister in law Viola Stuessy of Brodhead.
Neelian Nelson Sr., 89, of Argyle, died Sunday at Anderson Hospice Care Center. A celebration of the life of Neelian Nelson Sr. will be Thursday at 11 am at the Apple Grove Lutheran Church, rural Argyle where friends may call Thursday 9 am until time of services. Burial will be at a later date at Arlington National Cemetery. The Erickson Funeral Home of Argyle is serving the family. Survivors include his children Elizabeth Hauda of Madison, Neelian Jr. of rural Argyle, Marjorie Bigelow in Switzerland, Thad of rural Argyle, Laurabeth Efron in Kansas, John of Fox Lake, Naomi Tomdenne in California, Lenore Coldagelli of Green Bay and Thomas of rural Argyle; 27 grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren.
Agnes Kendall, 76, of Darlington, died Friday at Southwest Health Center in Platteville. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held Wednesday at 11:30 am at Holy Rosary Catholic Church in Darlington. Visitation is at the Steil-Camacho Funeral Home Tuesday from 3-7 pm, with a scripture service at 3 pm. Burial will be in Holy Rosary Cemetery. Survivors include her daughters Diana Van Matre of Darlington and Debra Arnsmeier of Monroe; five grandchildren, 12 great granddhildren and two great great grandchildren.
Genevieve Kelly, 94, of Monroe, died Sunday at Pleasant View. A Mass of Christian Burial will be Thursday at 7 pm at St. Victor's Catholic Church where friends may call Thursday 4 pm until time of services. Burial will be Friday morning at 11 am at Calvary Cemetery in Monroe. The Shriner-Hager-Gohlke Funeral Home is serving the family. Genevieve was born in Lafayette County in 1911 in the Town of Blanchard. She married William Kelly in 1939 and they farmed in the Blanchardville area, retiring to Monroe in 1966. Survivors include her stepson Donald Kelly of Janesville; five grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren; a sister Kathryn Hendrickson of Monroe and many nieces and nephews.
Sue Spring, 79, of Monroe, died Monday at Pleasant View. Services will be Thursday at 11 am at the Shriner-Hager-Gohlke Funeral Home where friends may call Wednesday 5-7 pm and on Thursday 10 am until time of services. Burial will be at Highland Cemetery at Monticello. Memorials may be made to the Wisconsin Epilepsy Association. survivors include a son Mike Herrmann in Florida; a daughter Linda Rosenstiel of McFarland; brothers Jerry Baker of St. Paul and Paul Baker of Rockford; a sister Margie McNeill of Rochelle; seven grandchildren and 18 great grandchildren.
Arthur Webb, 66, of Monroe, died Sunday at the Monroe Manor. A celebration of the life of Arthur "Boots" Webb will be Friday night at 7 pm at the Shriner-Hager-Gohlke Funeral Home where friends may call Friday 4 pm until time of services. A memorial fund is being established. Arthur "Boots" Webb was born in Monroe in 1939, son of Roy and Harriett Webb. He graduated from Albany High School and served in the Navy from 1956-58. After service he worked at Varco-Pruden in Evansville, owned and operated Our Place Tavern in Orangeville from 1967-77, worked for Bill Miller Construction, and for 21 years worked for the Green County Highway Department, retiring last February. Survivors include his wife Bonnie; a son Tom of Albany; a sister Cheryl Halcom in Salt Lake City, several step children, nieces and nephews.
Marilyn Gille, 67, of Monroe, died Tuesday at Pleasant View. Funeral services will be held on Friday at 11 am at Grace Lutheran Church in Monroe. Visitation is Thursday evening 4-7 pm at the Shriner-Hager-Gohlke Funeral Home. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery in Monroe. Marilyn was born in 1938, daughter of Henry and Ellen Hendrickson. She married Richard Fahrney in 1957, and later married David Gille in 1979. She farmed with her husband in the Hollandale area and they ran Pacesetter Shoe Store and later worked at Value Village in Monroe. Survivors include her daughters Debra Blum of Monroe, Tammy Fahrney of Phoenix; her sons Bill Fahrney of Monroe, Douglas Fahrney of Blanchardville; 9 grandchildren, 5 great grandchildren; her sisters Ann Rueter of Mazomanie, Joan Johnsrud of Barneveld and Eleanor Gordon of Mt. Horeb; a brother Dean Hendrickson of Platteville and a sister in law Mary Hendrickson of Fond du Lac.
Marilyn Reigle, 82, of Brodhead, died Monday at Monroe Clinic Hospital. Funeral services will be Friday at 11 am at the Congregational United Church of Christ, where friends may call Thursday evening 6-8 pm. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery in Brodhead. Memorials may be made to the church. The Everson Funeral Home is serving the family. Marilyn was born in 1923, daughter of John and Eva Pinnow. He married Roy Reigle in 1943. She worked for Pierce Music Company. Survivors include four sons Barry of Stoughton, Jerry of Beloit, Bruce of Brodhead and Kevin of Janesville; five daughters Mary Ellen Malcook, Barbara Nordeng, and Jill Partridge, all of Brodhead, Carol Hintzman of Janesville and Julie Strothman of Beloit; 22 grandchildren and 32 great grandchildren.
John Muggler, 88, of McConnell, died Tuesday at FHN Memorial Hospital. Services will be Friday at 11 am at the Leamon Funeral Home in Lena, where friends may call Thursday 4-8 pm. John was born in 1917 in Darlington. He worked as a cheesemaker since the age of 9 and worked in Durand, Juda and Monroe, and was a cheesemaker in Freeport and was a buyer for Zanders Creamery in Cross Plains. Survivors include his wife Norma; his children Jack of Cedarville, Tony of McConnell, and Jan McNett of Warren; four grandchildren and six great grandchildren.
Mary Paulson, 67, of Gratiot, died Monday at Memorial Hospital in Darlington. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Friday at 10:30 am at St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Gratiot, where friends may call Thursday 3-8 pm. Burial will be in St. Joseph's Cemetery in Gratiot. Survivors include her children Pam Larson of Darlington, Connie Bocklund of Wiota, Vickie Pratt of Darlington, Randy, Tim and R.J. Paulson all of Gratiot, Stephanie Paulson of South Wayne and Tom at home; 18 grandchildren and one great grandson; brothers James McAuliffe of Wisconsin Rapids, Al McAuliffe of Freeport, John McAuliffe of Benton, Tim McAuliffe of Wisconsin Rapids and sisters Cathy Mellenberger and Annette Vick, both of Gratiot.
Paul Dorneden, 85, of Monroe, died Wednesday at Pleasant View. Services will be held Friday at 1 pm at the Shriner-Hager-Gohlke Funeral Home, where friends may call Friday 11 am until time of services. Burial will be in St. Joseph's Catholic Cemetery in Gratiot. Survivors include his sons Jerome of Warren, and Roger of Apple River; and several nieces and nephews.
William Proefrock, 81, of Brodhead, died Tuesday at Collinwood in Brodhead. Funeral services for William "Casey" Proefrock will be Friday at 11 am at the Bethlehem Lutheran Church in Brodhead. Friends may call at the D.L. Newcomer Funeral Home in Brodhead Thursday night 6-8 pm, and at the church Friday 9:30 until time of services. Burial will be in West Lawn Memorial Park in Racine. Memorials may be made to the church or Alzheimer's Society. Survivors include his wife Ellen "Babe" Proefrock; two sons Kurt of Edgerton and Kipp of Roodhouse, Ill.; two grandchildren and one great granddaughter.
Ben DeMuth, 86, of Darlington, died Monday at the Lafayette Manor. A Mass of Christian Burial will be Saturday at 10:30 am at Holy Rosary Catholic Church. Visitation will be at the Steil-Camacho Funeral Home Friday 3-7 pm. Burial will be in Holy Rosary Cemetery. Survivors include a daughter Kay Wiegel of South Wayne; a son Tom of Milwaukee; five grandchildren and many friends.
Irene Austin, 88, of Brodhead, died Feb. 3 in Middleburg Heights, Ohio. Funeral services will be Saturday at 11 am at the D.L. Newcomer Funeral Home in Brodhead where friends may call Friday 4:30 to 7:30 pm. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery in Brodhead. Survivors include a daughter K'rene Omlor in Ohio; nieces, cousins and friends.
Lois Schnake, 87, of Belleville, died Tuesday at her home. Services will be Saturday at 11 am at the Zwingli United Church of Christ at Paoli, where friends may call Saturday after 9:30 am. Burial will be in the Paoli Cemetery. A memorial fund has been established. Survivors include a daughter Janice Lubcke of Oregon, Paul in Portland, Oregon, Sara Hillestad of Appleton, Tim of Williams Bay and Rebecca rayson in California; a daughter in law Jane Schaller in Montana; eight grandchildren and three great grandchildren.
R Claire Kundert, 69, of rural Winslow, died Tuesday at St. Anthony's Medical Center in Rockford. A celebration of Claire's life will be held Saturday at 12 noon at the Shriner-Hager-Gohlke Funeral Home in Monroe, where friends may call Saturday after 10 am. Survivors include his wife Debra; a daughter Deb Stietz of Winslow; and four grandchildren.
David Seeholzer, 74, of Monticello, died Thursday at Monroe Clinic Hospital. A private family service will be held at a later date. The Voegeli-Newcomer Funeral Home of Monticello is serving the family. Dave worked as a cheesemaker for 25 years at the Silver-Lewis Co-op where he won several cheesemaking awards and also worked 20 years at Fish Building Supply until retiring last year. Dave was past Monticello Village Board president, and was past Monticello School Board president. Survivors include his wife Bonnie; a daughter Cynthia Allen of Sun Prairie; a son Stephen of Green Bay; and five grandchildren.
Arlene Pederson, 86, of Monticello, died Friday at St. Mary's Hospital in Madison. Services will be held Tuesday at 2 pm at the Washington Reformation United Church of Christ near Monticello. Friends may call at the Voegeli-Newcomer Funeral Home in Monticello Monday night 5-8 pm. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery in Monroe. A memorial fund will be established. Survivors include a son Stephen of Monticello; one grandson and two great grandchildren; and a sister Doris Pederson of Monticello.
Boyd Trickel, 74, of Juda, died Thursday at Monroe Clinic Hospital. A Mass of Christian Burial will be Tuesday at 10:30 am at St. Victor's Catholic Church in Monroe. Visitation is Monday night 5 to 8 pm at the Newcomer Funeral Home in Monroe. Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery. A memorial fund will be established. Survivors include his wife Pauline; a son Kenneth Raney of Janesville; a granddaughter Jessica Klarer of South Wayne; grandsons Kenneth Raney Jr. and Joshua Raney both of Janesville; and one great grandson.