Doris Lorraine Borland
Doris Lorraine Borland, 77, died on Wednesday, July 5, 2000, at her home near Yuba.
She was born July 18, 1922 in Vernon County, the daughter of Chancy and Grace (Arnold) Geddes. Doris married Byron Borland on Aug. 11, 1938 in Waukon, Iowa.
They lived in Richland County several years and then moved to Allenton. Doris helped her husband in the cheese factory for many years and later worked as an LPN for Gateway Nursing Home in Hartford. They returned to Richland County in 1990.
Doris enjoyed doing ceramics and loved animals, especially dogs. She was a loving wife, mother and grandmother.
Left to mourn her passing are her husband,, Byron of Yuba; three children, Buddy (Elaine) Borland of Cresco, Iowa, Sandra (Wally) Pamperin of West Bend and John (Holly) Borland of Kewaskum; 13 grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; two sisters, Sharon Callaway of Richland Center and Karyn (Kurt) Pamperin of New London; two sisters-in-law, Ethel Ewing of Richland Center and Eva (Ronald) Henderson of Yuba; several nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her parents; her mother- and father-in-law; a sister, Beulah Dvorak; and a brother Kenneth.
Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. on Saturday at the Pratt Memorial Chapel in Richland Center. Rev. Don Ehler will officiate. Burial will be in the Czech National Cemetery. Friends may call at the Pratt Memorial Chapel on Saturday morning from 10 until the time of service.
Margarette G. Szudrowitz, 86
Margarette G. Szudrowitz, 86, of Port Washington died Friday morning, July 7, 2000, at St. Maryís Hospital Ozaukee in Mequon.
She was a former West Bend resident.
She was born to the late Henry and Helen Maederer Muegge on Feb. 13, 1914 and married Joseph Szudrowitz at Ss. Peter and Paul Church in Milwaukee on Sept. 4, 1937.
She was a member of St. Frances Cabrini Church in West Bend.
Survivors include one son, Gene (Carol) Szudrowitz of Cedarburg and one daughter, Joyce Szudrowitz of West Bend; six grandchildren, five great grandchildren and a sister, Lillian Marshall of Brookfield.
Preceding her in death was her husband and a brother, Henry.
Funeral services will be held on Monday, July 10 at 7 p.m. at Divine Word Catholic Church, 1375 Covered Bridge Road, Cedarburg with Fr. George Gajdos officiating. Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery, Milwaukee.
Friends may call at the church Monday from 5 to 7 p.m.
Memorials to the American Diabetes Association appreciated.
The Eernisse Funeral Home of Port Washington is assisting the family with arrangements.
Pearl H. Ziegler
A Mass of Christian Burial was held Thursday at St. Josephís Catholic Church in Grafton for Pearl H. Ziegler (nee Brophy, formerly Hackbarth), 75, of Grafton formerly of Jackson, who died on July 3, 2000. Burial was held at St. Maryís Cemetery in Saukville. The Schmidt Funeral Home, West Bend, is serving the family.
She was born August 20, 1924 in Saukville to the late Frank and Lulu (nee Bell) Brophy and married Don Hackbarth. He preceded her in death. On March 19, 1976 she married Alfred Ziegler at St. Josephís Catholic Church in Grafton.
Survivors include: husband Alfred; children Sue (Charles) Heiser of Cedarburg, Wayne (Shirley) Hackbarth of Charlotte, N.C., Karl (Tracy) Hackbarth of Norwalk, Heidi (Brad) Rodenkirch of Campbellsport, David (Sandy) Hackbarth of Grafton and Steve (Mary) Hackbarth of Baraboo; step-children Aaron (Gail) Ziegler and Elaine (Danny) Krueger.
Further survived by 20 grandchildren, one great-grandson; brothers Frank (Marian) Brophy of Port Washington, Delwin (Colleen) Brophy of Fredonia and Patrick (Joan) Brophy of Baraboo; sister Ethel Bauschelt of Port Washington; nieces, nephews and other relatives and friends.
Memorials to the National Kidney Foundation are appreciated.
Oliver G. Roeber
A memorial service was held on Saturday at St. John Lutheran Church in Sherman Center for Oliver G. Roeber, 75, who died July 3, 2000. Rev. Bryan Osladil officiated at the ceremony, with arrangements handled by Wittkopp Funeral Services in Plymouth. Inurnment was held in the parish cemetery.
Mr. Roeber was born Sept. 14, 1924 in Germantown, son of Leroy and Gertrude (Tischer) Roeber. He married Marion Boyung and lived in Germantown after their marriage. He worked as a mechanic for Gierachís Garage and later worked for Kohlís Foods in Milwaukee.
He married Claudia Valentine on Feb. 1, 1962 and they made their home in Cedarburg until 1987. He had been a member of David Star Lutheran Church in Germantown, Immanuel Lutheran Church in Cedarburg and St. John Lutheran Church in Sherman Center.
During WWII he worked for the U.S. Government as an interpreter, dealing with the German POWs on work details.
Mr. Roeber was a member of the Teamster Union Local #200 in Milwaukee and served on the Germantown Fire Department.
Survivors include: wife Claudia Roeber; daughters Beverly (Barry) Larson of Oregon, Donna Kehoss of Cheshire, Conn., Mady (finace Richard Schwab) Kling of Random Lake and Elizabeth Roeber (friend Daniel Trice) of Random Lake; sons David Kehoss of Cheshire, Conn., Dale (Mary) Kehoss of Mequon and Russel Roeber of Cedarburg; grandchildren Melanie and Veronica Kehoss, Kristi Mae and Nicholas Kehoss, Claudia, Olivia and Mary Kling and Oliver Trice; sisters Shirley (Louis) Hilgendorf of Cedarburg, Marilyn Wasson and Sharon Stauske of West Bend.
Further survived by nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
He was preceded in death by his parents and sister Betty Garbisch.
A memorial fund will be established in Oliverís name.
Edward H. Petersen
A funeral service was held on Friday at Grace Lutheran Church in Grafton for Edward H. Petersen, 82, who died on July 3, 2000. Rev. Jerome Petersen officiated at the ceremony, with arrangements handled by Mueller Funeral Home, Grafton. Burial was held at Woodlawn Cemetery in Grafton.
Mr. Petersen was born Jan. 26, 1918 in Milwaukee, son of Herman and Marie (nee Luplow) Petersen. He married Linna Otto on Sept. 28, 1940 in Milwaukee. He worked as a technical advisor and was a longtime active member of Grace Lutheran Church in Grafton.
Survivors include: wife Linna Petersen of Grafton; sons Fred (Patricia) Petersen of Cedarburg, Thomas (Carol) Petersen of Grafton and Karl (Laura) Petersen of Newburg; daughter Ellen (Randal) Liska of Fredonia; survived by six grandchildren, three great-grandchildren, other relatives and friends.
He was preceded in death by his parents, and son Larry.
Memorials to the church are appreciated.
Katherine J. Kuettner
A memorial service will be held today at 7 p.m., with visitation beginning at 5 p.m. at Wisconsin Memorial Park Chapel of the Chimes in Brookfield, for Katherine J. Kuettner, 39, who died after a year-long battle with cancer on July 4, 2000. Arrangements are being handled by the Becker Ritter Funeral Home.
Survivors include: husband Kenneth L. Kuettner; daughters Halley, Emily and Claire; parents Dick and Judy Vogel; grandparents Geraldine Schwandner and Walter Vogel; sisters Susan (Dean) Foley, Laura (Brent) Woods, Karen (Pete) Murray; mother-in-law Joanne (the late Larry) Kuettner; brother-in-law Allen (Karen) Kuettner.
Further survived by other relatives and friends.
In lieu of flowers, memorials can be made to the Kathy Vogel Kuettner Fund at Medical College of Wisconsin, 8701 Watertown Plank Rd., Milwaukee, WI 53226. A fund has been established in her name to assist cancer families in Kathyís memory. A donation can also be made to the charity of the donorís choice.
Viola M. Butzke
A funeral service was held on Friday at Davidís Star Ev. Lutheran Church for Viola M. Butzke, 91, who died on July 5, 2000. Rev. James Schulz officiated at the ceremony, with arrangements handled by Mueller Funeral Home, Cedarburg. Burial was held at Davidís Star Lutheran Cemetery in Jackson.
Mrs. Butzke was born Aug. 26, 1908 in Jackson, daughter of William and Louise (nee Prahl) Kressin. She married Orthwen "Ort" Butzke and worked as a homemaker. She was a member of the Davidís Star Ev. Lutheran Church Ladies Aid.
Survivors include: sons Clifford (Jewel) Butzke of Hubertus, Lyle (Emily) Butzke of Hartford and Noel (Bette) Butzke of Cary, N.C.; sister Florence Wiese of West Bend; sister-in-law Emma Kressin of Cedarburg.
Further survived by seven grandchildren, five great-grandchildren, other relatives and friends.
She was preceded in death by her parents, husband Orthwen, two sisters and a brother.
In lieu of flowers, memorials to Davidís Star Ev. Lutheran Church are appreciated.
Lazeda Perschbacher, 94
Lazeda Perschbacher, nee Ramthun, 94, of Kewaskum, passed away on Saturday, July 8, 2000, at the Cedar Lake Health Care Center, West Bend.
She was born April 3, 1906, in Kewaskum, to the late Henry and Emma (Backhaus) Ramthun, and on Sept. 7, 1929, married Myron Perschbacher at Peace United Church of Christ, Kewaskum. He passed away Jan. 21, 1977.
Mrs. Perschbacher attended the public school and graduated from Kewaskum High School. She also attended the Milwaukee State Teacher College, graduating in 1926 with a degree in primary education.
She taught school in Jackson and Whitefish Bay.
She was a lifetime member of Peace United Church of Christ in Kewaskum, a past member of the Ladies Guild, a Sunday School teacher and also played the organ for Sunday School. Lazeda was also a past member of the Kewaskum Women's Club.
She participated in the Heart Fund Drive, and for many years was on the Red Cross Drive. She was active during World War II and II knitting sweaters, scarves and making bandages.
Survivors include two nieces, Allyne (Thomas) Rodenkirch and Sandy (Wayne) Remmel, both of Kewaskum; two nephews, Eldon (Dolly) Ramthun of Campbellsport and Harvey (Kathie) Ramthun of Kewaskum; many grandnieces and nephews, many great-grandnieces and nephews, a great-great grandnephew, other relatives and friends.
Preceding her in death were two brothers, Eldon and Harvey.
Funeral services will be held at 3 p.m. on Wednesday, July 12, at Peace United Church of Christ, Kewaskum. Rev. Eric Kirkegaard will officiate, and burial will follow in the church cemetery.
Friends may call at the church only on Wednesday from noon until the time of services.
Memorials to Peace United Church of Christ, or Kewaskum Education Youth Scholarship Fund (KEYS) are appreciated.
The Miller Funeral Home, Kewaskum is serving the family.
Philip A. Schneider, 84
Philip A. Schneider, 84, of West Bend, died Saturday,July 8, 2000, at St. Joseph's Community Hospital.
He was born March 30, 1916, in Goldendale (Germantown) to the late Christian and Regina (Wiedmeyer) Schneider.
After his marriage to Virginia C. Tackes on April 19, 1941, at Holy Angels Catholic Church, West Bend, the couple lived in the West Bend area.
He was employed as a factory worker for The West Bend Co. for over 28 years, retiring in 1981.
Survivors include his wife; two children Delbert (Sharron) and Farnsworth "Fon" (Karen), both of West Bend; eight grandchildren, Marie (Darwin) Tackes, Shawn Schneider and friend Scott Koferl, Jody (Lisa) Schneider, Roxanne Schneider and friend "Bud," all of West Bend, Danna (Ricky) Klumb of Traverse City, Mich., Rosanne Schneider of Mayville, and Chad and Brad Schneider of West Bend; 11 great-grandchildren; a brother, Roman (Marcella) of West Bend; three sisters, Lydia Heimerl of Little Kohler, Rita (Willard) Schultz of Fond du Lac and Marcella Karnitz of West Bend; nieces; nephews; other relatives and friends.
Preceding him in death were three brothers and a great-grandson.
He was a member of St. Frances Cabrini Church, the 25-Year-Club of The West Bend Co., the Vagabender's Camper Club, past member of the Knights of Columbus and a member of the Apostolate of Suffering.
He enjoyed camping, traveling, fishing, playing cards, gardening and lawn work.
He was a devoted husband, father and loved his grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
A Mass of Christian burial will be held Tuesday, July 11, at 2 p.m. at St. Frances Cabrini Church, West Bend. Father Jeffrey Haines will officiate, and interment will be in Washington County Memorial Park, West Bend.
Visitation at the church only will be Tuesday, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Memorials are appreciated.
The Phillip Funeral Home, West Bend, is assisting the family.