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Margaret Ellen Verstegen

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  • Descendant of an Immigrant on: America

Mark Peter Gloudemans

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  • Descendant of an Immigrant on: Maria Magdalena

Katy Mary VandenHeuvel

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  • Descendant of an Immigrant on: Maria Magdalena

Brynn Gloudemans

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  • Descendant of an Immigrant on: Maria Magdalena

Ryan Mark Gloudemans

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  • Descendant of an Immigrant on: Maria Magdalena

Alex Gloudemans

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Family: Siraya Chew

  • Descendant of an Immigrant on: Maria Magdalena

Steven Michael VanDeraa

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  • Descendant of an Immigrant on: Maria Magdalena

Carla Kay Bevers

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  • Descendant of an Immigrant on: America

Ryan VanDeraa

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  • Descendant of an Immigrant on: America
  • Descendant of an Immigrant on: Maria Magdalena

Lawrence Daniel VanDeraa

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Family: Ruth Sylvia Adams (b. September 9, 1931, d. May 27, 2016)

  • Descendant of an Immigrant on: Maria Magdalena

Ruth Sylvia Adams

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  • Birth: Ruth Sylvia Adams was born on September 9, 1931 in Michigan.
  • Death: She died on May 27, 2016, at age 84, in Red Granite, Waushara Co, Wisconsin.
  • Note: Ruth S. Van Deraa, 79, of Red Granite, formerly of Little Chute, passed away peacefully at her home on Friday, May 27, 2016, after a courageous 1 ½ year battle with cancer. She was born in Michigan on February 9, 1937, daughter of the late Leonard and Ruth (Sherpitas) Adams. Ruth married Lawrence "Butch" Van Deraa on November 23, 1957, and together celebrated over 58 years of marriage.

    For many years Ruth worked at Little Chute High School. Not only was she a great friend to many of the staff members, but she also was the person that all the students loved. She made excellent baked goods and was a marvelous cook. She also enjoyed knitting and crocheting. Ruth always gave away everything she made—that's why she made it! She was selfless and always put everyone else's needs in front of her own. Her biggest passion was taking care of others, especially her family.

    Ruth is survived by her husband, Lawrence (Butch) Van Deraa; her children: Deb (fiancé Jeff Bohl) Knapp, Steve (Carla) Van Deraa, and John (Mary) Van Deraa; grandchildren: Adam Knapp, Kyle Knapp, Beth (Steve) Hoelzel, Ryan Van Deraa, Sarah Van Deraa, and Craig (Jessalyn) Garvey; great- grandchildren: Ford and Pierce Garvey; siblings: Sonny Adams, Micky (Carol) Adams and Roxy (Dave) Leiphart; brothers and sisters-in-law: Marvel Adams, Harvey (Irene) Van Deraa, Ronald (Beth) Van Deraa, Ellie Walker, Geraldine Welch, and Kathleen "Toots" Van Deraa; and many nieces, nephews, other relatives and special friends.

    Ruth was preceded in death by a brother, Leonard Adams; brothers and sisters-in-law: Shirley Adams, Angie (Ralph) Vanevenhoven, Marvin "Otts" Van Deraa, Gerald Van Deraa, and Pro Walker.

    Memorial services will be held at 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, May 31, 2016, at St. John Nepomucene Catholic Church, 323 S. Pine Street, Little Chute, with Fr. Ron Belitz officiating. Friends may call at the church from 3:00 p.m. until the time of the Mass. For online condolences, please visit www.verkuilenfh.com.

    The Van Deraa family would like to extend a special thank you to Laura, Jamie, Garrett, Mitchell and Brenna Lundt and Ruth's special cousin Carol for all of your friendship and love. Also a thank you to the medical staff and Hospice at Affinity Health Group for all of your compassionate care.
    Published in Appleton Post-Crescent on May 30, 2016.

Michael Bruce Bevers

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Darlene Mildred Peeters

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  • Descendant of an Immigrant on: America

Orville J Peeters

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Biography

  • Birth: Orville J Peeters was born on August 21, 1913 in Little Chute, Outagamie Co, Wisconsin.
  • Marriage: He and Verona Johanna Romenesko were married on October 20, 1932 in St Nicholas Church, Freedom, Wisconsin.
  • Death: Orville J Peeters died on June 25, 1981, at age 67, in Little Chute, Outagamie Co, Wisconsin.
  • Burial: He was buried in St John Cemetery, Little Chute, Wisconsin, New/5/15W.
  • Note: Peeters, Orville 1981 Appleton Post Crescent dated 7/25/1981; Orville Peeters, Little Chute, age 66, died unexpectedly at 12:22 p.m. Sunday. He was born August 21, 1914 in Little Chute. Mr. Peeters had been employed by the Kimberly-Clark Corp. for 34 years prior to his retirement. It was a member of the Kimberly-Clark Quarter-Century Club, served 10 years as a member of Little Chute Fire Department, was director of Leroy's Dutchboy's for 37 years, was a member of the Little Chute Community Band for 54 years, the Musicians Local 337 for 45 years, Little Chute Golden Agers and the Community Blood Bank. Survivors include his wife, Verona Romenesko Peeters; two daughters and one at son-in-law: Mary Joyce Egan, of Kaukauna; Darlene and Mike Evers, of Little Chute; two sons and daughters in law: Carl and Margaret, of Little Chute; Tom and Lynn, of Winchester; four sisters: Mrs. Jake (Reena) Gerritts, of Appleton; Mrs. Edwin (Anna) Miller, of Neenah; Mrs. Frank (Josephine) Tummett, of Menasha; Mrs. Frank (Rosella) Shaefer, of Appleton; 18 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents and two brothers, Frank and Clarence. The funeral will be at 10:00 a.m. Tuesday at St. John Catholic Church, with the Rev. James Vanden hogen officiating. Internment will be in the parish cemetery.
  • Note: My Great Grandfather Orville Peeters was born on August 21, 1913 in Little Chute and he married Verona Johanna Romenesko. Orville was in a band called Leroy Dutch Boys. They played for most of the weddings in the area. In his band was Orville, Carl Peeters, Tom Hardy, Clarence Peeters & Bud Vandenberg. Orville wrote a lot of his own music. My mom remembers going to dances when her grandpa played. Great Grandpa Peeters played the saxophone and he was really good at it.
    Sam Schepp, 2007.
  • Descendant of an Immigrant on: America

Verona Johanna Romenesko

F, b. December 23, 1913, d. February 7, 2008

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Biography

  • Birth: Verona Johanna Romenesko was born on December 23, 1913 in Freedom, Outagamie Co, Wisconsin.
  • Marriage: She and Orville J Peeters were married on October 20, 1932 in St Nicholas Church, Freedom, Wisconsin.
  • Death: Verona Johanna Romenesko died on February 7, 2008, at age 94, in Little Chute, Outagamie Co, Wisconsin.
  • Burial: She was buried in St John Cemetery, Little Chute, Wisconsin, New/5/15W.
  • Note: February 10, 2008

    Peeters, Verona J. (nee Romenesko)
    On Thursday, Feb. 7, 2008, Verona J. Peeters, 94, Little Chute, passed away at Parkside Care Center surrounded by her family. She was born in Freedom, Wis., on Dec. 23, 1913, to William and Mary Romenesko. On Oct. 20, 1932, she married Orville J. Peeters at St. Nicholas Church in Freedom. Together they celebrated 48 years of marriage. Family gatherings were very special at Grandma's house, as no one could cook quite like her! She also shared her talent as a cook over the years at Tony Wonders Supper Club, Colonial Lanes, Gordy's Food Fair, and Appleton Papers Guest House. She was a member of St. John Nepomucene Catholic Church, St. John Resurrection Choir, Golden Agers and St. Elizabeth Society.

    Verona is survived by four children and their families, Joyce Egan and her family, Patty Egan, Mary (Rafael) Rodriguez, Julie (Jim) Schuster, Lori (Jim) Altman, Kelly (Jeff) Schmid, Karen Egan, and Bill (Sara) Egan; Carl (Margaret) Peeters and their family, Liz (Pete) Spaeth, Chris (Lois) Peeters, Mike (Lita) Peeters, Jane Bons, and Peggy (Chris) Weber; Darlene (Mike) Bevers and their family, Carla (Steve) Van Deraa, Kay (Al) Lamers, Colleen (Tim) Schepp, Tim (Sherry) Bevers, and Sue (Carl) Rambo; Tom (Lin) Peeters and their family, Meagan (fiance Ryan), and Brooke Peeters. She is also survived by 44 great-grandchildren and 11 great-great-grandchildren, with one on the way; and her sister, Mary Seaver.

    In addition to her husband and parents, she was preceded in death by sisters, Catherine (Jack) Gonnering and Mildred (Alois) Sonnleitner; brothers, Clarence (Marie) Romenesko, Joe (Sis) Romenesko, Elmer (Grace) Romenesko, and Walter (Ida) Romenesko; sisters-in-law, Rena (Jake) Gerrits, Anna (Ed) Miller, Josephine (Frank) Tummett, and Rose (Frank) Schaefer; brothers-in-law, Clarence (Emma) Peeters and Frank (Agnes) Peeters.

    The family will receive friends from 3 to 5 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 11, 2008, at ST. JOHN NEPOMUCENE CATHOLIC CHURCH, Little Chute. The Funeral Mass will follow at 5 p.m. with Fr. James Hablewitz presiding. Committal St. John Cemetery, Little Chute.

    In lieu of flowers, a memorial fund has been established in her name.

    We would like to extend our heartfelt gratitude to the caring staff at Parkside Care Center.

    O'CONNELL FUNERAL

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    2020 E. Main Street

    Little Chute

    920-759-2951.
  • Note: My Great Grandma Verona was born December 23, 1913. She was the 4th child of 8 born to Mary and William Romenesko. She told her mom that she was the best Christmas present that she ever got because she finally had a girl. On Halloween she went and tipped over an outhouse for a joke. She had a cousin who was jealous of because they called her “fatty.” She was such a skinny child her nickname was “skinner.” She would've done anything to be called “fatty” instead. The worst thing about her childhood was riding to and from school in the horse drawn wagon. It got really cold and they never had boots or real warm clothes. She never graduated from 8th grade because there was too much work on the farm. My great grandma always wanted to be a Nun until the boys caught her eye. she met her boy friend Orville at 12 Corners dance hall. Orville had a hearing problem so whenever Verona asked him a question, sometimes he answers back and sometimes not.
    Sam Schepp, 2007

    My Great Grandma Peeters was a great person. She was born in 1913 in Freedom, Wisconsin. In her lifetime she baked wedding cakes and worked in Gordy's Deli. She was a great cook and loved butter. She was a member of St. John Church in Little Chute and was part of the church choir. My Great Grandma liked to play cards and sneak candy to my cousins and me. She was really funny and made me laugh. She married Orville Peeters and had four kids: Joyce, Carl, Darlene, and Tom. My Great Grandma had a great live that ended February 10, 2008.
    Hannah Rambo, 2008

    My great grandma, Verona Peeters, was born on December 23, 1913. Her mother was named Mary Romenesko and her father was named William Romenesko. She had 3 younger siblings and 4 older brothers. Her mother said that she was the greatest Christmas present she could ever get because she was a girl!
    She had a lot of fun when she was little. She climbed to the top of silos and she wasn't scared a bit. She also rolled down a hill inside of a tire! During the winter they would try and find whatever they could to slide down the hill on. She said that sometimes a wooden board even worked. She didn't really like to milk cows but she would hold the tail when someone else was milking them so they wouldn't get whipped. When her cousins from the city, (also known to them as "city bugs") came to visit they liked to pull tricks on them. They would dig holes around the yard and fill them with manure covered in dirt. Then they would have a contest to see who could dig a hole the fastest and would send them by the manure holes. They started dying laughing because they were covered head to toe in cow manure! My great grandma was so skinny as a kid that she was nicknamed "skinner." She had one cousin she was very jealous of because her nickname was "fatty." She said that she would've done anything to be called fatty. Once every week her mother would fill up the bath tub and all eight kids would take a bath in the same water.
    One of the things she disliked the most was going to school in a horse drawn carriage, because it was always so cold and she didn't have enough warm clothes. She went to school at St. Nick's in Freedom until 8th grade, but she did not graduate because there was just too much work to do on the farm. She really liked reading and spelling but she did not like geography and history. When she was little she wanted to be a nun, but then the boys caught her eye! She did housework for $3 dollars a week, but sometime would have to give it to her family to buy socks and shoes. One time she saved up $7 and she bought herself a nice new winter coat with fur trim. She thought it was so cool! The man that gave her her driver's test had her drive all around Combined Locks and later had her stop at the tavern so he could have a beer!
    She met Orville Peeters at Twelve Corners Dance Hall. One night, Ben Van Dyke, who was Orv's neighbor, set them up. He gave her a ride home, and at first she thought he was conceited because she would ask him a couple questions and he wouldn't answer, but then she later found out that he had a hearing problem. They got married on October 30, 1932 at St. Nick's church in Freedom. They had their wedding dinner at the farm house and later had the dance and reception at the Rainbow Gardens. She bought her wedding dress at Petty Bones. It was satin and cost about $10! She was looking in the window and saw a veil she liked and when the clerk took it out she ripped it a little, so she got that for $5. After her wedding her Aunt Rose took the wedding dress and dyed it a peachy color. She wore it to the Packer games with a fur coat over the top. The women and men always dressed up for the packer games and men usually wore suits and overcoats.
    In her early days she and Orville would go out to bowl or Deuces to play shuffle board and pool along with drinking beer. They lived upstairs by Looks Meat Market at the time and usually would leave the kids home alone with the doors locked. She would always sit by the window so she could keep an eye on the kids.
    Her first child was named Joyce, she was born at home and she said it was a very hard delivery. She was a very pretty baby and easy to take care of. Her second child was named Carl. He was born at home, weighed 10 lbs., and was a good baby. He took after his father with his musical talents. Darlene, who is my Grandma, was her third child. She was born in Oshkosh. They had a specialist come in for the delivery because it was a breech birth. She said "it was like pulling a house through a window!" She was very picky about her hairstyle and clothes, but was a very good child. Tom was her fourth child. He was born at St. Elizabeth's Hospital. He always got what he wanted because he was the youngest of the four. His bedroom was always a disaster, and he was very naughty as a teenager. He grew up with an interest in farming.
    Orville Peeters died on July 26, 1981. Everyone was very sad that he died especially at such a young age. Grandma Peeters said that the one thing that she regrets is that Orville didn't live longer to see how wonderful his children and grandchildren turned out. She said that he missed a lot of good times, even though he had his share when he was alive. She said that sometimes she saw his funny personality come through in her kids and it made her very happy!
    Verona Peeters died on February 7, 2008. My mom was going to visit her at the nursing home and while she was there, grandma passed away. She was 94 and lived a very long and happy life.

    Sophie Rambo 2012.

Kevin Richard Kons

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Lori Jansen

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Ross Kons

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Raymond H Kons

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Family: Alyce School (b. June 7, 1922, d. April 17, 2010)

St John High School Yearbook 1942

Biography

  • Birth: Raymond H Kons was born on April 6, 1923 in Little Chute, Outagamie Co, Wisconsin.
  • Marriage: He and Alyce School were married on November 26, 1942 in St John Nepomucene Church, Little Chute, Wisconsin.
  • Death: Raymond H Kons died on November 24, 2005, at age 82, in Appleton, Outagamie Co, Wisconsin.
  • Burial: He was buried in Holy Cross, Kaukauna, Outagamie Co, Wisconsin.
  • Note: November 27, 2005

    Kons, Raymond H. Raymond H. Kons, of Little Chute, died Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, November 24, 2005, at St. Elizabeth Hospital at the age of 82. Raymond was born in Little Chute April 6, 1923, son of the late John and Odelia (Schaumann) Kons. On Thanksgiving Day, November 26, 1942, he married Alyce School at St. John Nepomucene Catholic Church, Little Chute, where he was a lifelong member. Raymond was a World War II Army Veteran and a 61-year member of the Jacob Coppus American Legion Post #258, Little Chute. He was a beater engineer at the Thilmany mill until his retirement in 1978 after 34 years of service. He was a member of the Quarter Century Club and the Catholic Order of Foresters. Raymond enjoyed tinkering with cars, hunting, fishing, camping, playing cards and lawn work. He especially enjoyed spending time with his family and always had a soft spot for his pets. He will be remembered for his sense of humor. Raymond is survived by his wife of almost 63 years, Alyce; three children, Doreen Rae (Marshall) Knutson, of Kaukauna; Bonnie Sue (Daniel) Van Lanen, of Kaukauna; and Kevin Richard (Lori) Kons, of Little Chute; eight grandchildren, Stephanie Knutson, John (Kelly) Knutson, Eugene Van Lanen, Shannon Van Lanen, Jered Van Lanen, Robert Kons, Kayla Kons, and Ross Kons; two step grandchildren, Mike (Missy) Knutson and Jodi Mader; one great-grandson, Riley Knutson; two step great-grandchildren, Mackenzie and Allyssa; step-mother Minnie LeNoble Kons; and four siblings, Laverne Bongers, Clarence (Sally) Kons, Connie Ballard and "Rita" Sophie Fischer. He is also survived by nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. In addition to his parents, Raymond was preceded in death by siblings, Arthur Kons, Bud Kons and Emily Ballard; brothers and sisters-in-law, Fran Kons, Paul Ballard, Bud Ballard, Ed Bongers and Alois Fischer. The Funeral Mass will be at 5 p.m. Monday, Nov. 28, 2005, at St. John Nepomucene Catholic Church, Little Chute. The Rev. Patrick Beno will officiate. Deacon Vincent De Groot will assist. Military rites will be performed by the Jacob Coppus American Legion Post #258, Little Chute immediately following the Mass. Friends may call at church Monday after 3 p.m. until the time of Mass. Committal Holy Cross Cemetery. The Kons family would like to extend a special thank you to the staff of St. Paul Home, St. Elizabeth Hospital and Affinity Visiting Nurses as well as special friend Frank "Amos" Boots and special neighbor Alice Mignon for their thoughtfulness, kind care and compassion. O'CONNELL FUNERAL SERVICES 2020 E. Main Street Little Chute759-2951.
  • Graduation: He graduated from St John High School, Little Chute, in 1942.

Alyce School

F, b. June 7, 1922, d. April 17, 2010

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Family: Raymond H Kons (b. April 6, 1923, d. November 24, 2005)

Biography

  • Birth: Alyce School was born on June 7, 1922 in Freedom, Outagamie Co, Wisconsin.
  • Marriage: She and Raymond H Kons were married on November 26, 1942 in St John Nepomucene Church, Little Chute, Wisconsin.
  • Death: Alyce School died on April 17, 2010, at age 87.
  • Burial: She was buried in Holy Cross, Kaukauna, Outagamie Co, Wisconsin.
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    Kons, Alyce


    Alyce Kons, 87, Little Chute, died Saturday, April 17, 2010, at Renaissance Assisted Living. She was born in Freedom on June 7, 1922, to the late George and Minnie School. Alyce married Raymond Kons on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 26, 1942, at St. John Nepomucene Catholic Church, Little Chute. He preceded her in death on Thanksgiving Day, November 24, 2005, two days short of their 63rd wedding anniversary. Alyce served as a Sergeant in the U.S. Army (WAC) as a surgical technician during World War II. Her name is inscribed on the "Women in the Military" monument located in Washington, D.C. She was a member of St. John Nepomucene Parish, the Catholic Order of Foresters and the Jacob Coppus American Legion Post 258. Alyce lived with her daughter and son-in-law, Doreen and Marshall Knutson, for 4 years prior to moving to Renaissance in February. She enjoyed fishing, camping, going to cottages, ice cream, playing Liverpool Rummy and the occasional trip to the casino. Alyce especially loved children, spending time with family, all animals, and her little dog Wanda. Alyce loved everyone and everyone loved her.

    Alyce is survived by her children: Doreen (Marshall) Knutson, Kaukauna; Bonnie (Daniel) Van Lanen, Kaukauna; and Kevin (Lori) Kons, Little Chute; grandchildren: Stephanie and John (Kelly) Knutson, Eugene (Michelle), Shannon (fiance Phil Verboomen) and Jered Van Lanen, Robert, Kayla and Ross Kons; step grandchildren Mike (Missy) Knutson and Jodi Mader; great-grandchildren: Riley and Aubrey; two step great grandchildren Mackenzie and Allyssa; sisters and brother-in-law: Beverly School, Clarence "Mike" (Sally) Kons and Connie Ballard; and many nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

    In addition to her husband and parents, Alyce was preceded in death by her siblings: Bernice (Antone) Meulemans, Loretta (William) Gerrits, Marie (Herbert) Anderson, Iline (James) Arts, Alois (Irene), Melvin, Richard (Carol) School, and infant brother Billy; and sisters and brothers-in-law: Laverne (Ed) Bongers, Bud (Fran) and Arthur Kons, Rita (Al) Fischer, Emily (Paul) and Bud Ballard.

    Visitation will be held Tuesday April 20, 2010, beginning at 3 p.m. until time of Mass at 5 p.m. at ST. JOHN NEPOMUCENE CATHOLIC CHURCH (323 S. Pine St., Little Chute). The Rev. David J. Funk O.F.M. Cap. will officiate. Military rites will be conducted by the Jacob Coppus American Legion Post 258 immediately following Mass. Committal Holy Cross Cemetery. For online condolences, please visit www.oconnellfh.com.

    Alyce's family would like to extend a special thank you to the staff at Renaissance Assisted Living and Affinity Hospice for their tender loving care.

    Mom, you will be missed by all of us, but you are in a better place with family in heaven.

    O'CONNELL

    FUNERAL HOME

    201 E. Main Street

    Little Chute 920-788-6237.

Robert J Jansen

M, b. November 7, 1919, d. November 28, 1969

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  • Birth: Robert J Jansen was born on November 7, 1919 in Little Chute, Outagamie Co, Wisconsin.
  • Marriage: He and Mildred H Pennings were married on May 1, 1943 in Santa Rosa, Sonoma County, California.
  • Death: Robert J Jansen died on November 28, 1969, at age 50.
  • Burial: He was buried in St John Cemetery, Little Chute, Wisconsin, New/8/19S.
  • Descendant of an Immigrant on: America

Mildred H Pennings

F, b. October 28, 1921, d. December 10, 2010

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St John High School Yearbook 1939

Biography

  • Birth: Mildred H Pennings was born on October 28, 1921.
  • Marriage: She and Robert J Jansen were married on May 1, 1943 in Santa Rosa, Sonoma County, California.
  • Death: Mildred H Pennings died on December 10, 2010, at age 89.
  • Burial: She was buried in St John Cemetery, Little Chute, Wisconsin, New/8/19S.
  • Note: Mildred H. (Pennings) Jansen, 89, Little Chute, passed away on Friday, the 10th of December, 2010. She was born Oct. 28, 1921, the daughter of the late Arthur and Rose (Hermsen) Pennings. Millie graduated from St. John High School in 1939. She married Robert J. Jansen on May 1, 1943, in Santa Rosa, Calif., where he was stationed for a tour of duty during World War II.

    Millie was employed at various places and retired from Jack's Pizza. She was a lifetime member of St. John Nepomucene Catholic Church in Little Chute, and was a real "prayer warrior", considering it her purpose in life, praying every day for each person in need. Millie also had been a member the Jacob Coppus American Legion Post #258 Ladies Auxiliary, Fox Valley Golf Club, various bowling leagues, Girl Scout leader, Den mother and a parent volunteer for school activities.
    Millie loved spending time with family, shaking dice, playing cards, going up north to the cottages, watching the Packers and listening to the Brewers games on the radio.
    Survived by her children and their spouses, Dennis (Judi) Jansen, Vicki (Bruce) Hammen, Mary (Ron) Vosters, Carol (Kerry) Seiltz and Lori (Kevin) Kons; 16 grandchildren, Michelle (Mark) Stuyvenberg, Chris (Debbie) Jansen, Bobbi (Scott) LaBorde, Adam (Laura) and Phil (Jenna) Hammen, Leah (Dylan) Hilbert, Sarah (Mark) Vander Linden, Bill (Sue), Luke (Heather) and Rod (friend, Angela) Vosters, Mark (Kate), Gregg (Mary Jo) and Kelly Seiltz, Robert (friend, Melissa), Kayla and Ross Kons; 19 great-grandchildren, Jessica, Katelyn, Luke, Erin, Amanda, Brittany, Ella, Mason, Sam, Saryn, Ashton, Veronica, Ashlyn, Justin, Josie, Amelia, Cooper, Taylor and Owen; brother, Joe (Cassie) Pennings; sisters, Rosemary Pennings, Ethel Niesz, Margaret Zornow and Clara Dercks; sisters-in-law, Marilyn Pennings and Grace Jansen; and many nieces, nephews, godchildren, neighbors and friends.
    In addition to her parents, Millie was preceded in death by her infant sister, Theresa; husband, Robert; brother, Art Pennings; brothers-in-law, Jack Niesz, Bill Zornow and Gene Dercks; her mother-in-law and father-in-law, Ann and Albert Jansen; her brothers and sisters-in-law, Glen and Eva Jansen, Shirley and Syl Lamers, Richard Jansen and Ruth DeBruin-Hinton.
    Visitation will be held Tuesday, Dec. 14, 2010, at ST. JOHN NEPOMUCENE CATHOLIC CHURCH (323 S. Pine St., Little Chute) beginning at 9 a.m. until time of Mass at 11 a.m. The Rev. Lawrence Canavera will officiate. Committal St. John Cemetery.
    In lieu of flowers, a memorial fund will be established.
    For online condolences, please visit www.oconnell fh.com.
  • Graduation: She graduated from St John High School, Little Chute, in 1939.

Jeffery Martin Gloudemans

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Julie Ann Robinson

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Benjamin Gloudemans

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  • Descendant of an Immigrant on: Maria Magdalena