Visitors to www. Becky taught biology and science at Oneida High School for 20 years. He was born March 28, 1944 at St. John and Janice shared many fond memories together attending Peninsula Players in Door County, traveling and hosting big family celebrations.
Nesslein and Kim Hang T. There are too many of you to mention, so we thank you from the bottom of our hearts. Mary Jane was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, her daughter Joyce, two sons-in-law Daniel Eggert and Richard Walter, two daughters-in-law Becky Stover and Virginia Stover, and by seven brothers and sisters.
Brian Belongia, Fr. The former prep golfer lacked a hockey background but compensated with a flair for broadcasting, entrepreneurial spirit and perseverance. Barry lived and farmed in the Shiocton area his entire life. His favorite times were spent at Shawano Lake with family and friends.
Giovanni read from selected works and engaged a campus and community audience during her Nov. Weidner Herbert F. If he achieved these honors relatively early in his career, he was younger still back in 2004 when he earned the UW-Green Bay Founders Association Award for Excellence in Teaching; and in 2007, when he was recognized as a researcher with the Award for Excellence in Scholarship.
He preceded her in death on October 20, 2001. Dale was a machinist until his retirement. We all love you very much and will forever cherish all the special memories. Foeller Mary K. John enjoyed his Friday night dinner at supper clubs, having lively conversation with family and friends, and an Old Fashioned at the bar.
Jerry loved golf, both playing and watching on tv. Small Dr. Heaven gained a beautiful singing angel as she joined her husband, Vernon. Lois graduated from Seymour Community High School in 1978. She was an avid bowler, enjoyed playing cards and camping.
He retired from Stora Enso in Kimberly as a machine operator. The annual awards evening is Saturday, April 28. He was recently promoted to system engineer. Tabers-Kwak says it has a selfselecting effect on students who are thinking about becoming teachers.