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Heidi Unknown

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Family: John Bauer

Julie Bauer

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Family: Mark Luther

Mark Luther

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Family: Julie Bauer

Michael DeGroot

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Heidi Lee DeGroot

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Family: Scott Lewis

Scott Lewis

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Michele Cathee Rivers

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Ben Luedtke

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Gregory J Tuchscherer

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Alan Anthony Labanow

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Family: Lynn Tock

Biography

  • Birth: Alan Anthony Labanow was born on November 5, 1947 in Kenosha, Kenosha Co, Wisconsin.
  • Marriage: He was married on August 18, 2001.
  • Death: He died on December 21, 2016, at age 69, in Fox Crossing, Winnebego Co, Wisconsin.
  • Note: Alan Anthony Labanow, age 69, died peacefully on Tuesday, December 21, 2016 at Oakridge Gardens Care Center of Fox Crossing.

    Alan was born on November 5, 1947 in Kenosha the son of Alex and Ann (Koscik) Labanow. Al was a 1965 graduate of St Joseph High School in Kenosha and received his Bachelor's Degree in History in 1971 from the University of Wisconsin Parkside. He also served his country with the United States Army and was honorably discharged at Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Alan was a member of the WIAA State Baseball Tournament team of 1965 and was inducted into the St Joseph High School Hall of Fame. Al loved to coach Little League Baseball and was an avid Cubs and Chicago Bears fan. He was a baseball card collector and loved to golf. Al was employed with Aramark Vending and Refreshment Services of Menasha for twenty years and was formerly employed with Jack's Maintenance of Neenah. Al was united in marriage to Lynn (Tock) Luebke on August 18, 2001.

    Al is survived by his loving wife, Lynn and her family; Joseph Junion and special friend Kennda, Menasha; Douglas Junion, Burlington; Michelle (Steven) Rosenbaum, Darboy; Michael (Jaclynn) Luebke, Appleton; his siblings; Jane (Phillip) Mullen, Dale (Karen) Labanow, both of Kenosha; and Mary Anne (Rick) Patnode, Racine; his best friend, Terry Cumisky, Kenosha; and by nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. He was preceded in death by his parents.

    A memorial service for Alan will be held on a future date in Kenosha. In lieu of flowers a memorial fund is being established in Alan's name.

    A special thank you, to everyone at Oakridge Gardens, for the wonderful care given to Alan.

William Matthew Tuchscherer

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Kathryn Unknown

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Patricia M Tuchscherer

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Family: Gerald Resch

Gerald Resch

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Helen R Tuchscherer

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Family: Robert Just

Robert Just

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Ann B Tuchscherer

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John Bjorklund

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James Edward Tuchscherer

M, b. July 24, 1944, d. April 14, 2003

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Family: Christine Alise Goetsch (b. July 1, 1957, d. May 5, 2012)

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  • Birth: James Edward Tuchscherer was born on July 24, 1944.
  • Marriage: He and Christine Alise Goetsch were married on May 21, 1983.
  • Death: James Edward Tuchscherer died on April 14, 2003, at age 58.

Helen Linzer

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Family: Kenneth E Zoern (b. February 14, 1937, d. January 20, 2003)

Matthew Eisch

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Samantha Eisch

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Megan Eisch

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Edward E Duncan

M, b. June 9, 1922, d. September 26, 1954

Family: Edith May (Jiggs) Jones (b. January 17, 1923, d. July 14, 2011)

Biography

  • Birth: Edward E Duncan was born on June 9, 1922 in Oldtown, Greenup Co, Kentucky.
  • Marriage: He and Edith May (Jiggs) Jones were married on August 27, 1941 in Antigo, Langlade Co, Wisconsin.
  • Death: Edward E Duncan died on September 26, 1954, at age 32, in Polar, Langlade Co, Wisconsin.
  • Note: THE ANTIGO DAILY JOURNAL
    9-27-1954
    Edward Duncan, 32, Polar Farmer, Dies Of Gunshot Wound
    Edward E. Duncan, 32 town of Polar farmer, was found dead from what was believed to be a self-inflicted bullet wound about 9:30 last night.
    Mr. Duncan was wounded in action in France during world war two and in recent months had severe headaches which were caused, it was
    reported, by shrapnel lodged in his head. Upon discharge from the army in December, 1945, he was advised against an operation to remove
    the shrapnel unless it caused trouble. Members of his family said he kept putting off making any moves toward having the operation performed.
    Sheriff Anton Plzak, Under-Sheriff Ray Feller and Coroner Harry Gibbons said that Duncan apparently placed a small 22 caliper rifle to his head
    and pulled the trigger.
    Mrs. Duncan told authorities that her husband had been drinking yesterday and was despondent over his illness. She said she came to Antigo
    with three of the four children after Mr. Duncan went to the barn to milk cows. Mrs. Duncan and the children attended a motion picture. Upon her return about 11:00 p.m. she found her husband.
    The duncan farm is on highway 64 about eight miles east of Antigo.
    Mr. Duncan was born in Oldtown, Ky., June 9, 1922. He came to Langlade county with his parents when a child.
    He entered the army in 1944 and served in the African, European and Middle East theaters of war.
    He was married Aug. 27, 1941 in Antigo to Miss Edith Jones.
    They have five children, Helen, Edwin, Darlene, Kenneth and Kathleen.
    He also leaves his mother, Mrs. Esther Lemaster of Durand, Wis., and a sister, Mrs Clarence Listle Jr. of Rock City, Ill.
    Funeral services have tenatively been planned for 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Soman-Bradley Funeral chapels. The Rev. Harley Curtis will officiate and burial will be in the Bryant cemetery.
    Friends may call from Tuesday afternoon at the funeral home.

Edith May (Jiggs) Jones

F, b. January 17, 1923, d. July 14, 2011

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Family 2: Edward E Duncan (b. June 9, 1922, d. September 26, 1954)

Biography

  • Birth: Edith May (Jiggs) Jones was born on January 17, 1923 in Bryant, Langlade Co, Wisconsin.
  • Marriage: She and Edward E Duncan were married on August 27, 1941 in Antigo, Langlade Co, Wisconsin.
  • Death: Edith May (Jiggs) Jones died on July 14, 2011, at age 88, in Appleton, Outagamie Co, Wisconsin.
  • Note: LENZNER, EDITH
    "Jiggs"
    A beautiful lady who danced her way into the hearts of family and friends passed away on Thursday, July 14, 20ll. Jiggs (who shared with us that she got her nick-name by always dancing on tables when she was a toddler) was born in Bryant, Wisconsin on January 17, 1923 to Willis and Helen ( Linden) Jones. She married Edward Duncan in 1940 and they were blessed with Helen, Ed, Polly, Kenny and Kathy. Edward passed away in 1953. In 1957, Mom married Raymond Lenzner and he brought Tom, Sandy and Jerry to the family. In 1962 the birth of Willis (Bill) completed the family. Ray passed away in 1988.
    While living in Antigo, Mom was an active member of the Baptist church, worked in housekeeping at the Edge of Night Motel and was well-known for the beautiful flower gardens surrounding her yard and her large vegetable gardens.
    Prior to moving to Appleton in 1986, Mom and Ray were Green Bay Packer season ticket holders and never missed a game. After Ray's passing she remained an avid Packer fan who, with her best friend Dorothy, could be found watching every Packer game at her son Eddie's or daughter Helen's home. While living in Appleton, Mom participated in many Salvation Army activities, enjoyed going to the casinos with her granddaughter Kim and daughter Helen, playing bingo and loved watching American Idol and Survivor on television. Special memories were made at the family cottage on Lower Clear Lake with many fishing stories (always including about the one that got away) and family gatherings. Prior to her illness, her suitcase was always ready for a trip, be it to Branson, Missouri, Tennessee, Minnesota, Colorado, Wyoming or Pennsylvania.
    Memories of Mom will be forever cherished by her children sons Eddie (Shirli) Duncan and Willis "Bill" (Tammie) Lenzner; daughters Helen (Harry Verkuilen) Zoern, Darlene "Polly" Watson, Kathy (Dewy) Forbeck and step-children; Tom (Jeanne) Lenzner, Jerry (Stephanie) Lenzner and Sandy (Fred) Kranz. She if further survived by grandchildren; Kim and Chad Zoern, Jodie (Kevin) Eisch, Michele (Jeff) Charlesworth, Stephanie Duncan, Mike (Tracy), Debbie (fiancée Dave), Matt (Corrine) Losser, Kathleen Watson, Tammy (Dan) Wiegand, Billy (Cindy) Duncan, Shannon (Dennis) Pomeroy, Tammy Petrick, Jamie Duncan, Tera (Ben) Ramig, Tracy and Lee (Casey Bodenheimer) Forbeck, Brianne (Robert) Knox, Andy Lenzner, and sisters-in-law; Pauline Jones and Jody Jones. Step-grandchildren, great-grandchildren and step-great-grandchildren complete the family. Mom is also survived by a special friend Dorothy Lefever who has enriched the Duncan-Lenzner family gatherings with 25 years of memories. Than you Dorothy.
    To residents of John Fischer Manor the friendships established over the years when Mom resided there meant more to her than many of you will ever realize she may be gone but she will never be forgotten.
    Mom was preceded in death by her parents, her step-mother Mable Jones, both husbands Ed and Ray, her brothers Alvin (Brother) and Milton (Punk) along with her son Kenny and his wife Debbie, her grandson David Zoern, a step-grandson Troy Beland and a special sister-in-law and brother-in-law, Dodie and Tuff Listle.
    The funeral service will be at 12:00 p.m. noon on Monday, July 18, 2011, with Salvation Army Major Edward Jarvis officiating. Friends and family will be received at the Wichmann Funeral Home Tri-County Chapel, 3212 S. Oneida St., Menasha from 10:00 a.m. to the time of the service. Interment will be in Bryant, Wisconsin. A memorial fund is being established.
    While we would like to take this opportunity to express a sincere thank you to friends and family who have been keeping Mom in their thoughts and prayers during her illness, a special thank you to Lorie with the Affinity Hospice program and the staff at Oakridge Gardens especially Marie, Gordana and Jill thank you for caring.
    Mom-Grandma-Great-Grandma and friend-we will carry your love in our hearts forever. Precious moments-now precious memories.
    Wichmann Funeral Home
    Tri-County Chapel
    3212 S. Oneida Street.