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6551 Wilmer W. Pfaff, 53, Sun Prairie, Dane county highway department employee, died Friday in a Madison hospital. He was a member of Sacred Hearts Catholic Church, Sun Prairie, its Holy Name Society, and of the Catholic Order of Foresters. He is survived by his wife, the former Loretta Coffey; a son, Robert; two daughters, Mrs. Leonard Ringelstetter and Mary; his mother, Mrs. Adeline Pfaff; two sisters, Mrs. Harold Quamme and Mrs. Milton Tester; a brother, Ralph; and four grandchildren, all of Sun Prairie. The funeral will be at 9:30 a.m. Monday in the Tuschen Funeral Home, Sun Prairie and at 10 in Sacred Hearts Church. The Rev. H. A. Waldkirch will officiate and burial will be in the church cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home from 2 p.m. Sunday until time of services. The rosary will be recited there Sunday night at 8. Pfaff, Wilmer W. (I35994)
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6554 Winnie was a teacher in Arena, WI. Warner, Winnifred (I11586)
6555 WINNIPEG, Canada / COLUMBUS, Wis. - It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of Geraldine Walker on Oct. 2, 2014.
Gerry passed peacefully with family by her side, and entered into God's eternal peace. Gerry was born to Russell M. and Delia E. (Thiessen) Woodward, at home, on Aug. 17, 1942, in rural Columbus. She met her husband, David, in 1960, when he was stationed at Truax Field in Madison with the RCAF. By the time she figured out he was a Canadian military man it was too late, and they soon married on Sept. 9, 1961. In 1963, they transferred back to Canada where they lived until her passing, although never forgetting her American roots.
Geraldine is survived by and will forever be lovingly remembered by her devoted husband, David; daughter, Deborah (John White); sons, Robert and Dwayne; grandchildren, Owen and Cassandra; and great-grandchild, Brooke. She is also survived by her Wisconsin brothers and sisters, Robert (Patti) Woodward of Pardeeville, Donald (Sharon) Woodward of Columbus, Russell J. (Jeanette) Woodward of Watertown, William (Nancy) Woodward of Sun Prairie, Harlan (Betsy) Woodward of Columbus, Ron Woodward of Oregon, Audrey (Phil) Batz of Sun Prairie, Marcella Woodward (Don Steffenhagen, companion) of Arlington, Joan Woodward of Deforest, Thomas Kvale of Clintonville, and Bill Wangerin of Rio; 21 nieces/nephews; 26 great-nieces/nephews; brother-in-law, Wray (Carol) Walker of Victoria; along with many cousins and friends.
She was preceded in death by her parents; and sister, Marilyn Kvale.
For all who knew her, Gerry's passions in life were for her faith, family and friends. Although we grieve at our loss we should rejoice in her lasting impact and her ascendency into Heaven. There will be a memorial service in June, 2015. 
Woodward, Geraldine "Gerry" (I66309)
6556 Wis. State Journal Wednesday March 19, 1941

Mrs. Weber Rites

Mrs, Jack Philumalee and Mrs. Peter J. Loy, Madison, attended the funeral of their grandmother, Mrs. John Weber, in Watertown Monday.

Mrs. Weber, 85, died the day her husband was buried.

She is survived by four generations of descendants. Mrs. Mary Broome, Sun Prairie, is a daughter, Mrs. Philumalee and Mrs. Loy grand-daughters. Mrs. Clifford Olson and Mrs. Donald Schleicher, Madison, great-grandchildren, and John Karl Olson and Donald Schleicher, Jr., great-great grand-sons. 
Grotrian, Peteraile (I58666)
6557 Wisconsin State Journal : Monday, August 25, 2003 by Marv Balousek.

Legacy Of A Good Land

The Rademacher Farm Is One Of Only 19 Surviving Sesquicentennial Farms In The State.


Bob Rademacher, 76, still lives on the farm his ancestors settled in 1853. His son and grandsons farm the land now that has been in the family for 150 years and the family recently was honored at the Wisconsin State Fair for one of 19 surviving sesquicentennial farms in the state and the only one in Dane County. They also marked the 150th anniversary with an open house on Aug. 17.

With several neighboring farms they've acquired over the years, the Rademachers have 850 acres and a livestock herd of 750 cattle and steers.

"It's a good place to raise a bunch of kids," says Rademacher, finding shade under a tree near the house on a hot summer day. "It's a good life out here. The kids all helped me with (growing) tobacco and that put 'em through school."

Rademacher and his wife, Fran, have been married 56 years, raised five daughters and two sons. They have 18 grandchildren and four great grandchildren - enough descendants to fill a flatbed trailer at the village's recent Fourth of July parade. A couple of them moved to Minnesota or Chicago, but most still live in Wisconsin.

Their son, Bob Jr., now runs the farm operations, which include dairy cows, steers and a variety of crops. The other son, Joe, died in a car accident in 1982 at age 21. Besides the pleasures of rural life, a little persuasion also helps keep the kids on the farm.

"When I got out of World War II, I wanted to be an undertaker," Rademacher says. "My dad was sick and he said, 'Stay with me, Bobby, for six months.' I stayed with him all my life."

His own strategy for keeping the kids on the farm is a little different: "Get 'em in debt, then they have to stay with you."

The Rademacher legacy began in 1853 when Josephine and her son, Otto, settled in the town of Windsor. Their first house is still standing, though it's now used as a granary. Fran Rademacher, the family historian, says there's no record of Josephine's husband and they believe he died before she arrived.

"My grandmother said they were going to Lancaster," Rademacher says. "The land agent in Milwaukee said it was better land in the town of Windsor so they came up here."

When Otto became a U.S. citizen a few years later, he had to renounce any allegiance to the king of Prussia. A second farmhouse, built in the late 1800s, is still standing although it's been moved to a different farm. The principal crop was wheat in those days before Stephen Babcock invented the butterfat test, which established quality standards for milk and spawned the state's dairy industry.

Otto had four children, including Ferdinand, who would be Bob Rademacher's grandfather. Ferdinand Rademacher died at age 40 in 1904, leaving his wife Josephine, originally from Dubuque, Iowa, with six children plus a baby on the way. Although her children were very young, Josephine managed to hang on to the farm, probably with the help of nearby relatives.

One of the children was Richard, who was Bob Rademacher's father. Richard Rademacher was about 6 feet 4 inches tall and often teased about his big feet.

"They told him you don't need such a good foundation under an outhouse," his son says.

Misfortune struck again in 1928, when the elegant two-story house that had replaced the second farmhouse burned to the ground. The current farmhouse was built after the fire.

Bob and the future Fran Rademacher were in the same high school class. When he came home from the war, their first date was a wedding dance. Their accounts differ of how it came about. He says she asked him; she says he asked her. Her father was a mechanic in South Leeds and she didn't know much then about farm life.

"When we first got married, I started borrowing money and it was awful hard on her nerves," Bob Rademacher says.

Fran is board secretary of the DeForest Area Historical Society. Besides farming, Bob served 30 years on the board of the DeForest-Morrisonville Bank including eight as chairman. The couple has traveled extensively to Hawaii and Europe.

Although he's retired from farming, Bob Rademacher doesn't spend all his time resting in the shade. He's also a partner in residential subdivisions in Arlington, Sun Prairie and Waterloo with his son-in-law Bill Paulson and Bill Stewart of the DeForest-Morrisonville Bank.

"My brother asked me what I do and I said, 'I put my hands in my pockets, walk around and talk smart,' " Bob Rademacher says of his role in the partnership.

Rademacher, Robert E. Sr.

DEFOREST - Robert E. Rademacher Sr., age 79, died on Monday, July 9, 2007, at his home, surrounded by his loving family. He was born on the family farm on Sept. 1, 1927, in the Town of Windsor and was the son of Richard and Julia (Feuling) Rademacher. Bob's wishes were to die at his beloved farm, which was homesteaded in 1853. He served in the U.S. Navy as a medic from 1945 to 1946.

He was married to Frances Kvale on Aug. 7, 1947, in East Bristol.

He was a Legionnaire member for 60 years with the American Legion Post 348 in DeForest and most recently with Post 333, in Sun Prairie. In his retirement he loved spending time with his grandchildren, playing cards with his buddies at the Homestead in North Leeds at 7:30 a.m. every weekday and going to garage sales. Bob was very community minded and served on various boards. He was on the FFA Board at the DeForest High School and the Tobacco Growers Association Board of Directors in Edgerton. He served as a Parish Council Trustee of St. Joseph's Parish in East Bristol and also co-chairman and Chairman of the Fall Festival in the 1960s. He was usher in the church for a number of years and served on the Church Renovation Committee. Bob served on the DMB Community Bank Board for 30 years and as Chairman from 1990 to 1999, when he retired, at age 72. He received the "Person of the Year" award from the DeForest Area Chamber of Commerce in 2000 and a plaque as FFA Honorary Chapter Farmer. He had a chance to visit his family ancestral land in Germany and took in the International Farm Show in Paris, France. He also visited his wife's ancestral land in Norway. He and Fran visited many historical sites in the United States including Alaska and Hawaii.

Bob is survived by his wife, Frances; his children, Robert (Betty) Rademacher of DeForest, Susan (William) Paulson of DeForest, Nancy (Thomas) Suchomel of Sun Prairie, Barbara (Frank) LaVoy of Oregon, Christine (Denis) Poffenberger of Fitchburg and Lisa Rademacher (Don Wedd) of Chicago; his grandchildren, Jenifer (Bill) Barman, Robert (Roni) Rademacher III, Stephanie (Matt) Schwenke, Brenda (Curt) Trotta, Andrew Rademacher, Michelle (Matt) Lissick, Melissa, Maria, Megan and Molly Paulson, Paul Suchomel, Aaron, Adam, Emily and Joseph LaVoy, Michael Dammen, Katie Poffenberger and Julia Rademacher-Wedd; great-grandchildren, Cory and Whitley Barman, Grace and Elise Lissick and Mikaela Schwenke; his brother, Richard (Ethel) Rademacher of Sun Prairie; a sister, Joan (Charles) Johnson of Columbus; a sister-in-law, Helen Iwert of Poynette and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.

He was preceded in death by his parents; his son, Joseph; grandchildren, Amy and Scott Suchomel and a brother-in-law, Eddie Iwert.

A Funeral Mass will be held at 11 a.m. on Friday, July 13, 2007, at ST. JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC CHURCH in East Bristol, with Father Gary Wankerl presiding. Burial will be in the church cemetery with Military rites conducted by the Sun Prairie American Legion and V.F.W. A visitation will be held on Thursday, July 12, 2007, from 3:30 p.m. until 8 p.m. at the TUSCHEN-NEWCOMER FUNERAL HOME, 302 Columbus St., Sun Prairie and from 10 a.m. until the time of services at the church on Friday. 
Rademacher, Robert Eugene Sr. (I7674)
Ursula Kauppinen:
When she's not watching over two grade school youngsters, filling in as secretary at her husband's church, or teaching art classes five days a week at th e Sauk - Prairie Vocational School, Ursula Kauppinen paints and draws!
Ursula will be one of the faces this year at the eighth Southern Wisconsin Art Exhibit being held next weekend at St. Luke's Episcopal Church, 209 Lake Edge Blvd.
Born and educated in northern Germany, Ursula is a graduate of the Bugenhagen School of Arts in Stettin, Germany, and of the German Institute of Arts and languages in Aalborg, Denmark.
She has traveled extensively in Europe and the United States and is a recipient of a number of area awards, her most recent a purchase award by the Sauk County Art Assn.
She now lives in Prairie Du Sac with her husband, Richard Kauppinen, a Presbyterian minister.
It was while studying under a well-known German artist, Franz Haufschild, that Ursula became expert at the meticulously detailed pen and ink graphics which comprise a major portion of her art work.
She is accomplished in other media as well and will be exhibiting a number of watercolors and oils which portray the different moods of northern Wisconsin landscapes, one of her favorite subjects.
SUN PRAIRIE - Ursula L. (nee Neumann) Kauppinen, age 88, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, Feb. 21,
2017, at Agrace HospiceCare. She had valiantly fought Stage IV cancer since 2011. She was born in Politz, Pomerania, Germany, on Dec. 8, 1928. She was the daughter of Arthur and Lina (Marx) Neumann. On Nov. 2, 1952, she married the love of her life, Richard L. Kauppinen, in Beloit, Wis. Richard, of Rockford, Ill., was an ordained Presbyterian minister. Both were life-long Christians of strong faith. Richard preceded her in death on Dec. 7, 1995. She was blessed to find love again in late life. On Sept. 18, 1999, she married Burton E. Zipperer who has also passed.
Ursula was a teenager when she left Germany with her father, mother and younger brother, Gunther, in March of 1945. They traveled to northern Denmark where they lived until 1948 when they embarked from Sweden and journeyed by sea to New York City. They eventually settled in Beloit. This is where she met Richard, with whom she had two children, Malia in 1955 and James (Jim) in 1958.
In the early years of her marriage she was involved with Richard in his ministry. She acted as church secretary and sang in the choir. In 1965 her love of art resurfaced and she began exhibiting her paintings at art shows throughout the Midwest. She was an accomplished watercolor painter who excelled in interpreting floral arrangements and landscapes. Her favorite art show was in Madison where she exhibited "On the Square" and "Off the Square" for 48 years. After her cancer diagnosis, she continued painting and showing her work from home.
Ursula is survived by her daughter, Malia Mohan of Madison and her son, James (Kristine) Kauppinen of Sun Prairie; three grandchildren, Erin Kauppinen and Shannon and Sean Mohan; a brother, Gunther (Judy) Neumann; sisters and brothers-in-law, Ronald (Beverley) Kauppinen, La Rae Lundquist, Roger Kauppinen, Robert (Connie) Kauppinen, and Carol (Kirk) Fisher; numerous nieces and nephews. She is also survived by her step-children, Jeffrey Zipperer, Andrew (Sue) Zipperer, Susan (Taunya Jerrigan) Zipperer, and John (Kin Tso) Zipperer. She was preceded in death by her parents and both of her husbands.
Funeral services will be held at SUN PRAIRIE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH, 702 North St., Sun Prairie, on Sunday, Feb. 26, 2017, at 2 p.m. with Pastor Jenny Arneson officiating. Burial will follow at Sacred Hearts Cemetery in Sun Prairie. A visitation will be held at the church on Sunday from 1 p.m. until time of the service. A luncheon will the follow the burial back at the church.
In lieu of floral arrangements, the family gratefully requests donations be made in her name to: University of Wisconsin Carbone Cancer Center, 600 Highland Ave., Madison, WI 
Neumann, Ursula L. (I66618)
6559 Wisconsin State Journal, Tuesday, September 28, 1965. Couple Honored at Mayer Co's Party

Oscar Mayer and Co. held its annual party for its retired employes Monday in the company cafeteria - and there were smiles all around as Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nagel, center, received a ham as an award for being the couple with the longest record of service. The presentation was made by Pres. Oscar G. Mayer Jr., right, A.C. Bolz, retired senior vice-president, looks on at left. Mrs. Nagel had 21 years of service in the pork sausage department and Mr. Nagel had 28 years of service in the hog butchering department before their retirement.

She was a member of St. Peters Catholic church and of the Amaigamated Meat Cutters and Butchers Workman, Local 538. 
Ankenbrandt, Katherine L (I17401)
6560 Witnesses - Wm J. Hamilton and Katie McCutchin.
Family F4532
6561 Witnesses to marriage were Margaret Kalland and Russell Bergo. Marriage License #31 1409.
Family F3958
6562 Witnesses were Emma Fosdahl Iverson and S__erson Mikkleson Kalland.
Family F5725
6563 Witnesses were Frances M Zimbrick and Albert L. O. Wilkens.
Family F5635
6564 Witnesses were John C Sullivan and Eliz Sawyers. Performed by Pastor M. E. Chir.
Family F4535
6565 Witnesses were Leo Ott of Hampden and Loiusa Gross of Bristol married by Wm Wolf License #96 applied for on 6-21-1916.
Family F4377
6566 Witnesses were Louise Zimbrick and Frank Kruft.
Family F5633
6567 Witnesses were Mrs. Louis Orcott and Augustia Oakley.
Family F4530
6568 Witnesses: Cornelius Gross and Teckla Benisch. License obtained 10-13-1919, the bride's 20th birthday. Marriage record says Peter was 27.
Family F4381
6569 Witnesses: John & Mary Betlach, Edward & Therese Drunasky Family F2621
6570 Wittenburg, D. Rick

MADISON - D. Rick Wittenburg, age 64, of Madison, died on Friday, Oct. 18, 2013, at his home after a brief illness.

He was born on Dec. 28, 1948, in Middleton, the son of Donald and Loretta (Raemisch) Wittenburg. On Oct. 1, 1992, Rick married the former Patricia Herrick. He worked for AT&T and Wisconsin Telephone for 43 years, retiring in 2010. Rick enjoyed spending his time attending Badgers football games.

In addition to his wife, Rick is survived by his mother, Loretta; three stepdaughters, Tina Weger, Kelly Friedli and Nicole Mulchay; seven step-grandchildren; and three step-great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his father; grandparents; and several aunts and uncles.

Funeral services will be held at GUNDERSON WEST FUNERAL HOME, 7435 University Ave., Middleton, at 11 a.m., on Wednesday, Oct. 23, 2013, with Monsignor Douglas Dushack presiding. Burial will follow at Middleton Junction Cemetery. Visitation will take place at the funeral home from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 22, 2013.

Thank you to Dan and Char Meier for their friendship and wonderful care provided to Rick. Also a special thanks to the Carbone Cancer Center and especially Unit B and Dr. Speers for their care. 
Wittenberg, D. Rick (I52949)
6571 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I16096)
6572 Wm died at the age of eight. McCutchin, William A Jr (I12401)

MARSHALL - Mrs. Raymond Woerpel, 59, died Tuesday, May 9, 1972 in a Madison nursing home after an illness. The former Carol Hoyt was born in Iowa and was married to Raymond Woerpel in 1933. Mr. Woerpel died in 1971.

She was a member of the United Methodist Church, its Women's Society of Christian Service, the Eastern Star, and the Rural Letter Carriers Assn. Auxiliary.

Surviving in the Madison area are a sister, Mrs. Kenneth Danielson, 5 Bluebird Ct., Madison; and her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Hoyt of Sun Prairie. Also surviving are three sons; Donald of Marshall, Dwayne of Springfield, IL, and Dennis of Oshkosh; and four grandchildren.

The funeral for Mrs. Carol Woerpel will be at 2 p.m. Friday in the Marshall United Methodist Church. Friends may call after 2 p.m. today at the Hart Funeral Home.
Hoyt, Carol (I59826)

MARSHALL - The funeral for Raymond A. (Dick) Woerpel, 64, who died in the four-death crash near Deerfield Thursday, will be at 3:30 p.m. Monday in the United Methodist Church.

He was a rural letter carrier for 42 years and was a past president of the Rural Letter Carriers Assn. Mr. Woerpel was a worthy grand patron of the Eastern Star, a past master of the Waterloo Masonic Lodge, a member of the Royal Arch Masons, a member and past trustee of the church, a member of the Marshall Fire Dept,. a member of the Medina Cemetery Board, and was a former Marshall School Board member.

Surviving in the Madison area are two brothers, Arthur, 2010 Yahara Pl. and Robert of Sun Prairie; and a sister, Mrs. James Hein of Sun Prairie. Also surviving are his wife, the former Carol Hoyt; three sons, Donald of Marshall, Dwayne of Springfield, IL, and Dennis of Ft. Ord, CA; his mother, Mrs. Henry Woerpel of Marshall; two other sisters, Mrs. Ray Radke of Waterloo and Mrs. Robert Gingles of Rice Lake; and four grandchildren.

Friends may call after 2 p.m. Sunday in the church where Masonic rites will be held at 8 p.m. Sunday. Memorials may be made to the church of the Eastern Star Foundation, Inc.
Woerpel, Raymond "Dick" (I49696)
6575 Wolf was her foster name - born Moc Wolf, Harriet (I36084)
6576 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I59785)
6577 Woodard, E. A. (Swede)
SUN PRAIRIE - Mr. E. A. (Swede) Woodard, 71 years, of 421 Windsor Street, died on Tuesday, July 15, 1986, unexpectedly at a Madison hospital. He was born on January 20, 1915, in Chicago, Illinois and had been a Sun Prairie resident for the past 20 years.
Mr. Woodard was a member of Sun Prairie Masonic Lodge No. 143 F. 8, A.M. and Freeport, Illinois, Scottish Rite Bodies.
He is survived by his wife, Mary; five children, James, Kenneth, Gail, Joseph and Joan; and six grandchildren.
Private family services will be held at the CRESS FUNERAL HOME, 1310 Emerald Terrace, Sun Prairie, on Saturday, July 19, 1986. There will be no visitation. The family suggests that, in lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the American Heart Association. 
Woodard, E. A. "Swede" (I37763)
6578 Woodard, Mary Doyle Weisensel
SUN PRAIRIE - Mary Doyle Weisensel Woodard, age 93, passed away peacefully on Oct. 15, 2014, at St. Dominic Village Retirement Home in Houston, Texas. She was a resident of Wisconsin for more than 85 years.
Mary was preceded in death by first husband, Art Weisensel; both sons, Robert and Joseph; second husband, Swede Woodard, his son, Jim; son-in-law, Stan Johnson, husband of Joan; and his son, Scott. Mary is survived by daughter, Joan Johnson of Houston, Texas; step-granddaughter, Tracey Johnson of Boston, Mass.; Swede's daughter-in-law, Sue Woodard and her children, Jenny, Kristen and Nick, of Cincinnati, Ohio; son, Ken; and daughter, Gail.
Mary was a devout Catholic and member of Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary Catholic Church in Sun Prairie for most of her life. Mary and Art enjoyed square dancing together for more than 25 years. A friend to everyone, she worked for 37 years as a waitress and hostess for the Country Café in Sun Prairie. In 2007, Mary graciously left a lifetime in Wisconsin to live close to her daughter in Houston.
A Memorial Mass will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 25, 2014, at SACRED HEARTS OF JESUS AND MARY CATHOLIC CHURCH at 221 Columbus St., Sun Prairie. There will be a Visitation at 10 a.m., Mass at 11 a.m. and a Reception at noon.
For those wishing to honor Mary with a memorial gift, please consider a contribution in her name to Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary Catholic Church, 221 Columbus St., Sun Prairie, WI 53590 or Vitas Innovative Hospice Care, 3131 Eastside, Suite 200; Houston, TX 77098. 
Doyle, Mary Pauline (I24009)
6579 Woodward, Delia E., ago 84, of Lodi, died on Friday, January 28, 2000 at Meriter Hospital in Madison. Delia Woodward was born on March 5, 1915 in the township of Lowville, Wisconsin, the daughter of Earl B. and Mabel (Allen) Thiessen. Sr. She was married lo Russell Woodward. who preceded her in death on February 14, 1986.
She had belonged to the Bonnet Prairie Lutheran Church, where she taught Sunday School, played the piano, and was a member of the Ladies Circle. Delia enjoyed traveling for many years to Canada to visit her daughter and family. She enjoyed being with her ten children and their families, grandchildren, and great grandchildren.
She is survived by her children, Robert (Patti) Woodward of Pardeeville, Donald (Sharon) Woodward of Columbus, Russell J. (Jeanette) Woodward of Oconomowoc, Geraldine (David) Walker of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, William (Nancy) Woodward of Sun Prairie, son-in-law, Tom Kvale of Minoqua, Harlan (Elizabeth) Woodward of Columbus, Ronald Woodward of DeForest, Audrey (Phillip) Batz of Sun Prairie, and Marcella Woodward of DeForest; many grandchildren and great grandchildren: and other near relatives and close friends.
She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband: a daughter, Marilyn Kvale: a brother. Earl Thiessen Jr.; and a sister, Barbara in infancy.
Private funeral services will be held on Monday, January 31, 2000, with Reverend Keith Epps officiating. Burial will take place in Lowville Cemetery. Friends may call on Sunday, January 30. 2000 from 5:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. at the PFLANZ MANTEY MENDRALA FUNERAL HOME in Poynette. 
Thiessen, Delia E. (I36758)
6580 Worked at Oscar Mayer. Liked to play guitar. Ellickson, Reuben (I20148)
6581 Worked for Lamert Lumber and retired as vice president of that firm. Gmeinder, Joseph Anthony (I348)
6582 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I18526)
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6586 World War II US pilot shot down over Germany. Larson, Robert (I41915)
6587 World War II veteran. Known as "Pep". Lessner, John A. (I32596)
6588 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I42056)
6589 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I11329)
6590 WSJ 06/14/2003

Arnold, Edna Jeanette (Hendrickson) Arnold

MARSHALL Edna Jeanette (Hendrickson) Arnold, age 86, of Marshall, died Friday, June 13, 2003, after a valiant struggle with cancer. Edna was born on May 20, 1917, to August and Alma (Holverson) Hendrickson.

She was proud of her Norwegian heritage, a wonderful cook and seamstress, she loved flowers, gardening, animals, and most of all her family. She also was a great bargain hunter, especially at the many garage sales she attended.

She was the beloved wife of Marlin J. Arnold since July 26, 1941, and life long resident of Marshall-Waterloo area; loving mother of Donna (Dan) Bosch of Lake Delton, Diane Gosdeck of Waterloo, Dennis Arnold from the town of Bristol, and Darlene (Glenn) Travnick of Waterloo; and adored by 12 grandchildren, 26 great-grandchildren, and many nieces and nephews.

She will be reunited with her sons, David Francis and James Merlin Arnold; granddaughter, Tracy Ann Behling; and son-in-law, Leroy Gosdeck. She was also preceded in death by her brothers, August (Jeanette) Hendrickson, George (Esther) Hendrickson, and Herman (Eileen) Hendrickson; and sisters, Ina (Nels) Hendrickson, Clarice (Arthur) Brossaid, and Hazel Ann Hendrickson.

Funeral services will be held at 3 p.m., Monday, June 16, 2003, at ST. MARYS CATHOLIC CHURCH in Marshall; the Rev. Thomas Gillespie will officiate. Friends may call to pay their respects at the church on Monday, June 16, 2003, at 1 p.m. until the time of service. 
Hendrickson, Edna Jeanette (I50046)
6591 WSJ Dec. 24, 1942

Henry Blake Henry Blake, 59, of 5 S. Frances St., died in a hospital early today. He was a lifelong resident of Madison.

Surviving Mr. Blake are three daughters, Mrs. Mary Greiger, and Kathleen, Green Bay, and Mrs. Virginia Olson, Madison; three sons, Robert, Madison, James, Sun Prairie, and Pvt. John, stationed in a Texas camp; one sister, Agnes Voth, Madison, and one brother, Benjamin, Madison.

The body was taken to the Joyce funeral home. 
Blake, Henry (I60352)
6592 WSJ March 23, 1973

Mrs. Grace Cusick, Four Winds Manor, Verona, Edgewood's oldest living alumna, will observe her 100th birthday on Apr. 1. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Barry, early Dane County settlers, Mrs. Cusick was born in Fitchburg Apr. 1, 1873. She lived on Mifflin St. in Madison for four years while her father was county treasurer, and attended St. Regina Academy, 303 W. Washington Ave., the forerunner of Edgewood.

After her father's term of office, she returned to Fitchburg, where she grew up in a family of seven. From 1889 to 1892, she attended Edgewood Villa on Lake Wingra, former home of Gov. Cadwallader C. Washburn. Gov. Washburn had given his estate to the Dominican Sisters of Sinsinawa in 1881. As a boarding student, Grace Barry was an intimate friend of the three girls who lost their lives in 1893 when the building was destroyed by fire.

Before her marriage to James S. Cusick, a prominent Oregon businessman and civic leader, in 1908, Mrs. Cusick taught in rural schools in the Town of Dunn and Fitchburg. He died in 1930. She moved to and lived at 2821 Monroe St. until 1967, when she broke her leg. She has one daughter, Mrs. Franklin E, Kellogg, 2135 W. Lawn Ave.; four grandchildren; a sister, Mary Barry, Racine, and a brother, Leo Barry, Oregon, Wis.

Grace Cusick Dies in Verona At Age 100

Mrs. Grace Cusick, 100, formerly of 2821 Monroe St., died Thursday, March 14, 1974, at Four Winds Nursing Home, Verona. She was born April 1..1873, in the Town of Fitchburg. She was the oldest living graduate of Edgewood Academy.

Her husband, James S. Cusick, to whom she was married in 1908, died in 1930.

She was the former Grace Barry, Mrs. Cusick formerly taught school in Fitchburg Township. She was a member of the Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church and the Madison Catholic Women's Club.

Surviving are a daughter, a sister, a brother, and four grandchildren.

Funeral rites will be held Saturday at 10:30 a.m. in Blessed Sacrament Church. The Joyce Funeral Home, 5701 Odana Rd., is in charge of arrangements. 
Barry, Grace (I49388)
6593 WW I Veteran Theis, Michael P. (I63073)
6594 WWI Veteran , Pediatrician in Chicago. Weigen, Anders Johann MD (I40881)
6595 WWII Missing In Action Wistuba, Richard (I941)
6596 WWII Missing In Action Otte, Albert (I961)
6597 WWII veteran.

Ralph and Effie lived in Evansville, WI. 
Bennett, Ralph (I16014)
6598 X was the eldest of 10 children, born in Cottage Grove, near Sun Prairie, WI on 1-13-1922. He spent his early life growing up on a dairy farm. In 1934, due to economic factors created by the Great Depression, The family migrated to Seattle, WA. He entered the Navy in 1942 as an aviation cadet and several years later earned his wings of gold and was designated a naval aviator and commissioned as an ensign in the Navy. While stationed in Hawaii, he met and married his wife of 51 years, Eleanor "Ellie" Ann Scanlon. Ellie had grown up in Boston and had accepted a job in Hawaii working for the Navy. His career in the Navy included a tour of duty in Japan during the Korean War and approximately 10 assignments on both coasts of the United States. During his career, he flew reconnaissance aircraft patrolling the U.S. coast, served as a flight deck and hanger deck officer on the USS Saratoga, and as a program analyst, he was involved in the distribution of funds for building training devices for pilots. After more than 22 years of active service, he retired in 1965 at the rank of lieutenant commander and began his second career as a civil servant, continuing in the role of program analyst. It was during this period of his life as a federal employee and a new homeowner in the community of Maitland Woods, that X became involved in community affairs. He was appointed to the city of Maitland's Planning and Zoning Commission in 1968 and served for seven years. X was elected mayor of Maitland, serving from 1984 to 1988. As health problems surfaced, X assumed a less active role in Maitland politics, but continued to be a participant in the discussion of issues affecting the community. Blaschka, Edward Xavier (I12377)
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