Dorothy J Scauby
F, b. August 19, 1928, d. November 3, 2008
- Birth: Dorothy J Scauby was born on August 19, 1928.
- Marriage: She and Louis Joseph Menting were married on April 10, 1950.
- Death: Dorothy J Scauby died on November 3, 2008, at age 80, in Rock Island, Rock Island Co, Illinois.
Frank D Hiller
M, b. November 7, 1889, d. September 30, 1967
- Birth: Frank D Hiller was born on November 7, 1889.
- Divorce: He and Neva Armstrong were divorced.
- Marriage: Frank D Hiller and Neva Armstrong were married on July 25, 1911 in Antigo, Langlade Co, Wisconsin.
- Death: Frank D Hiller died on September 30, 1967, at age 77, in Antigo, Langlade Co, Wisconsin.
Douglas Sylvester Anthony
M, b. May 27, 1897
- Birth: Douglas Sylvester Anthony was born on May 27, 1897 in Ellensburg, Kittatas Co, Washington.
- Marriage: He and Neva Armstrong were married in 1920.
Don Elmer Theriault
M, b. May 27, 1898, d. February 1967
- Birth: Don Elmer Theriault was born on May 27, 1898.
- Death: He died in February 1967, at age 68, in Texas.
Betty Jane Barta
F, b. July 31, 1922, d. January 25, 2010
- Birth: Betty Jane Barta was born on July 31, 1922 in Neva, Langlade Co, Wisconsin.
- Marriage: She and Victor J Hanousek were married on November 10, 1941 in Antigo, Langlade Co, Wisconsin.
- Death: Betty Jane Barta died on January 25, 2010, at age 87, in Rudolph, Wood Co, Wisconsin.
Victor J Hanousek
M, b. November 28, 1920, d. January 29, 2009
- Birth: Victor J Hanousek was born on November 28, 1920 in Antigo, Langlade Co, Wisconsin.
- Marriage: He and Betty Jane Barta were married on November 10, 1941 in Antigo, Langlade Co, Wisconsin.
- Death: Victor J Hanousek died on January 29, 2009, at age 88, in Rudolph, Wood Co, Wisconsin.
Mary Louise Barta
F, b. October 20, 1928, d. September 3, 2003
- Birth: Mary Louise Barta was born on October 20, 1928 in Antigo, Langlade Co, Wisconsin.
- Death: She died on September 3, 2003, at age 74, in West Virginia.
James Francis Campbell
M, b. September 29, 1919, d. November 6, 1981
- Birth: James Francis Campbell was born on September 29, 1919 in Wilmington, New Castle Co, Delaware.
- Death: He died on November 6, 1981, at age 62, in Wilmington, New Castle Co, Delaware.
Bertha Barbara Lex
F, b. April 3, 1903, d. May 18, 1991
- Birth: Bertha Barbara Lex was born on April 3, 1903 in Aniwa, Shawano Co, Wisconsin.
- Marriage: She and Charles Langlais Denton were married on November 3, 1926 in Aniwa, Shawano Co, Wisconsin.
- Death: Bertha Barbara Lex died on May 18, 1991, at age 88, in Rhinelander, Oneida Co, Wisconsin.
Lu Eva Denton
F, b. November 8, 1910, d. February 1, 1989
- Birth: Lu Eva Denton was born on November 8, 1910 in Norwood, Langlade Co, Wisconsin.
- Death: She died on February 1, 1989, at age 78, in Milwaukee, Milwaukee Co, Wisconsin.
M, b. September 9, 1909, d. July 21, 1965
- Birth: Lawrence Sass was born on September 9, 1909.
- Death: He died on July 21, 1965, at age 55, in Milwaukee, Milwaukee Co, Wisconsin.
Frederick Edward Schmoll
M, b. February 1, 1896, d. August 17, 1973
- Birth: Frederick Edward Schmoll was born on February 1, 1896 in Elmhurst, Langlade Co, Wisconsin.
- Marriage: He and Mary Louise Langlais were married in 1932.
- Death: Frederick Edward Schmoll died on August 17, 1973, at age 77, in Neenah, Winnebago Co, Wisconsin.
Franklin Christopher Colling
M, b. September 4, 1926, d. November 22, 2013
- Birth: Franklin Christopher Colling was born on September 4, 1926 in Seymour, Outagamie Co, Wisconsin.
- Marriage: He and Norma Jean Andersen were married on October 23, 1948 in Suring, Oconto Co, Wisconsin.
- Death: Franklin Christopher Colling died on November 22, 2013, at age 87.
- Note: Franklin C. Colling, 87, formerly of De Pere, passed away on Friday, November 22, 2013. He was born September 4, 1926 in the Town of Seymour, son of the late Christopher and Cora (Sachs) Colling.
He married Norma Jean Andersen on October 23, 1948, at Hickory Corners Church, Suring, and she preceded him in death on November 21, 1999.
Frank worked for the Marketing Association of America, retiring in 1988. While there he held several different positions, including fieldman, where he traveled to cheese factories to assist as needed. For 15 years prior to his retirement, he was the foreman of the warehouse and cheese store. He and Norma owned Fra-Nor Ceramics. They made and sold ceramics to several green houses and gift shops, and every year produced a special Christmas ornament.
Frank and Norma enjoyed spending time at their cottage at While Lake, outside of Hickory. They loved entertaining friends and family, taking pontoon rides and tending their blueberry bushes and apple trees. They also enjoyed traveling, especially to Las Vegas, Nevada.
Frank was a past member of the De Pere Men's Club, Optimist and Lions. He enjoyed playing sheepshead and cribbage and took pride in being a gardener.
Survivors include one daughter and son-in-law, Patti and Mike Seeman, Little Chute; one granddaughter, Erin (Zac) Eckberg, Madison and their children, Layla and Eli Eckberg; sister and brother: Mildred Bohm, Seymour, and Nick Colling, De Pere; brother-in-law, Robert Andersen, White Lake; and numerous nieces and nephews.
In addition to his parents and wife, Norma, Franklin was preceded in death by his sisters and brothers: Esther Price, Leonard Colling, Alice Treptow, Robert Colling, Theresa Sievert, Gertrude Zuleger, and Frances Krueger; and special friend, Lucille Miller.
Family and friends may call at Cotter Funeral Home, 860 N. Webster Ave., De Pere, on Tuesday, November 26, 2013 from 3:00 p.m. until the hour of funeral service at 7:00 p.m. Interment will be in Hickory Cemetery, Suring. Online condolences may be expressed at www.cotterfuneralhome.com.
The family extends a special thank you to his nieces, nephews, family, and friends; to nurse practioner Katie Hampton of Cardiology Associates, the staff and residents at Meadow Wood Apartments and his special caregivers that became daughters to dad, and to Theda Care Hospice for their wonderful care.
- Note: Frank was born on his parents' farm on Tubbs Road, Town of Seymour. When he was two, the family moved to a farm on Shady Road, Town of Maple Valley, near Isaar. He attended school until 8th grade at the Frank Dorn School, two miles from the farm. The family belonged to Emmanuel Lutheran Church in Seymour.
Norma, the daughter of Roy and Irene Andersen, grew up in DePere. When she was in middle school, the family moved to Hickory, WI, where her father undertook farming. She graduated
from Oconto Falls High School and began working for the
Telephone Company in Green Bay. Frank and Norma met while
roller-skating and married several months later. Frank started working for the Marketing Association of America on May 20th of 1947 and continued there until his retirement in August of 1988. While there he held several different positions, including fieldman, where he traveled to cheese factories to assist as needed. For 15 years prior to his retirement, he was the foreman of the warehouse and cheese store.
Frank and Norma purchased their home in De Pere from Norma's Great Aunt in the mid 1950s. They made many improvements on the property and Frank continues to reside there.
They purchased some property from Norma's parents at While Lake, outside ofHickory, where they built the family cottage. They loved entertaining friends and family, taking pontoon rides and tending their blueberry bushes and apple trees They also enjoyed traveling, especially to Las Vegas, Nevada.
Their daughter, Patti Jo, married Michael James Seeman (B:
11/15/1949) on October 24th1975. Frank and Norma welcomed their only grandchild, Erin Michelle Seeman (B: 03/24/1982) into the family and spent a lot of time watching her grow up in Little Chute. They attended all of her dance recitals, band concerts and
musicals. The fall after Erin was born; Norma took early
retirement from the Telephone Company.
Frank and Norma owned and operated Fra-Nor Ceramics from fall
of 1982 until fall of 1998. They made and sold ceramics to several
green houses and gift shops, including one in Las Vegas. Every
year they produced a special Christmas ornament.
Norma died suddenly on Nov. 21 st, 1999, from a rare type of
bacterial meningitis. She is buried at the Hickory Cemetery in
June loth, 2006, Frank will be in attendance at Erin's wedding to
Zachary Eckberg at the Weidner Center in Green Bay.
Norma Jean Andersen
F, b. February 17, 1929, d. November 21, 1999
- Birth: Norma Jean Andersen was born on February 17, 1929.
- Marriage: She and Franklin Christopher Colling were married on October 23, 1948 in Suring, Oconto Co, Wisconsin.
- Death: Norma Jean Andersen died on November 21, 1999, at age 70.
Patti Jo Colling
Mildred Marie Colling
F, b. April 1, 1930, d. November 11, 2017
- Birth: Mildred Marie Colling was born on April 1, 1930 in Shawano County, Wisconsin.
- Marriage: She and Milton E Bohn were married on October 29, 1949 in Seymour, Outagamie Co, Wisconsin.
- Death: Mildred Marie Colling died on November 11, 2017, at age 87.
- Burial: She was buried in Highland Memorial Park, Appleton, Outagamie Co, Wisconsin.
- Note: When Millie and Milton married they first lived on the Iverson farm, east of Bonduel. Then in 1952 they moved 7 miles east of Bonduel, to their current home in the Town of Lessor. There they were dairy farming until their children left home and since then have been cash cropping on the farm. Millie is an active member of the Shawano County Homemakers Club and of her church, Our Savior's Lutheran Church, on Co. Hwy S, 9 miles SW of Pulaski, WI. Janet lives in South Carolina and married Rembert J. Lane on September 18, 1993.
Curtis lives at Fremont, WI, with his wife, Mary Lynn (Weinbaur), and was married September 29, 1973. They have three sons: Aaron Kyle, born September 8, 1981; Adam Andrew, born July 26, 1989; and Kyle Robert, born October 13, 1992.
Steven lives in Shawano, WI, with his wife, Diane (Sumnicht) and her daughter, Lois, born December 28, 1991. Steven and Diane married on December 4,2003.
Joyce married Kevin Christensen married on May 31, 1986. Kevin was born January 7, 1964. Joyce and Kevin have three children: Allison Marie, born March 10, 1991; Abigail Lynn, born August 19,1994; and Walker Lee, born November 4, 1996.
- Note: Mildred Marie Bohm, age 87, of Seymour, passed away on November 11, 2017. Born on April 1, 1930 in Shawano County, Mildred was the eighth of ten children born to the late Christ and Cora (Sachs) Colling. On October 29, 1949 Mildred was united in marriage to Milton Bohm at Emmanuel Lutheran Church in Seymour. Milton preceded her in death on November 29, 2010. Mildred was an active member of Our Savior Lutheran Church in the Town of Lessor and the Landstad Ladies HCE (Homemakers). Mildred was a wonderful housewife and mother. She loved children and often babysat for the children from the neighborhood and her beloved grandchildren.
Mildred is survived by: her children, Janet Lane of Bonduel, Curtis (Mary) Bohm of Fremont, Steven (Robin) Bohm of Freedom, and Joyce (Kevin) Christensen of Appleton; grandchildren, Aaron Bohm, Adam (Chivon) Bohm, Kyle (Kristie) Bohm, Allison Christensen, Abigail Christensen, and Walker Christensen; two great grandchildren, Macy Marie and Jubilee Rose Bohm; a brother, Nicholas Colling; as well as numerous nieces, nephews, other relatives, and friends.
She was preceded in death by: her husband Milton; a daughter, Susan Marie; daughter-in-law, Diane Bohm; her parents; and siblings, Esther, Leonard, Alice, Robert, Theresa, Gertrude, Franklin, and Frances.
A funeral service for Mildred will be held at 1:00pm on Saturday, November 18, 2017 at Swedberg Wendt Funeral Home in Bonduel with Rev. Mike Dismer officiating. Burial will be in Highland Memorial Park in Appleton. Visitation will be held at Swedberg Wendt Funeral Home in Bonduel on Saturday from 11:00am until the time of the service.
Mildred's family would like to extend a special thank you to family, friends, caregivers Grace Daoust and Bev Peters, Bellin In Home Care and Heartland Hospice.
Published in Appleton Post-Crescent on Nov. 14, 2017.
Esther Sarah Colling
F, b. September 9, 1912, d. April 7, 1983
Family: Dolph Price (b. August 26, 1911, d. October 16, 1998)
- Birth: Esther Sarah Colling was born on September 9, 1912 in Seymour, Outagamie Co, Wisconsin.
- Marriage: She and Dolph Price were married on September 29, 1953 in Kelso, Cowlitz Co, Washington.
- Death: Esther Sarah Colling died on April 7, 1983, at age 70, in Kelso, Cowlitz Co, Washington.
- Note: Esther grew up on the family farm near Seymour, attended school in a one-room school house and graduated from the 8th grade there. Typical of the times, she was sent out to work as a mother's helper for very low wages. During her 20s and 30s she had a number of jobs in a variety of fields including factory work for the war effort during World War ll. She always loved flowers and gardening and eventually learned the florist trade.
In 1947 Esther traveled to Kelso, Washington to visit her Aunt Gladys (Sachs) Van Dinter and family. She fell so in love with the Pacific Northwest and the tremendous variety of flowers and greenery that could grow there that she made the area her home for the rest of her life and only went back to Wisconsin for occasional visits. She worked in several florist shops until she opened her own shop, Esther's Flower Shop, at 109 Oak Street in Kelso. In the early 1950s she joined Gloria Dei Lutheran, which began as a mission church in 1948. She was elected to the church council and met Dolph, a charter member who was also on the council.
Dolph was the youngest of six boys and one girl born to John and Julia Anne Christy Price, and had two half-brothers from his mother's previous marriage. He attended grade school and junior high in Kelso and graduated in 1930 from Kelso High School. He continued his education for one year at Washington State University in Pullman, Washington, but the Great Depression made it impossible for him to continue. After a stint in the Civilian Conservation Corps, he obtained a position in the Kelso Post Office. He was drafted in 1942 and spent most of World War II in the Pacific Theater in the Philippines, New Guinea and Australia. After the war, he returned to his position as clerk at the Kelso Post Office and worked there until retiring in the mid 1970s.
Esther and Dolph married in September 1953. Dolph had acquired land outside the Kelso city limits some years earlier and so work began on a house at 3106 Allen Street. Their only child, Julie Ann, was born in August of 1954, just a month before they moved into the new house. Esther did not drive and with a baby and a new house outside of town, she decided to sell her business in October.
As Julie grew up, Esther stayed at home but frequently did the
flowers for weddings, funerals and other occasions. Her floral
creations were amazing and she often made them using the many
beautiful varieties of dahlias that Dolph grew. They always had a
large vegetable garden and many fruit trees and vine berries. She
was a superb cook and wonderful baker. She particularly enjoyed
serving a large salmon when relatives visited from WI and making
her unique version of opera fudge. In their later years Esther and
Dolph traveled to visit family and friends in WI, LA, GA and VA.
Esther died April 7, 1983 from complications of diabetes and
Dolph died October 16, 1998 after several years with Alzheimer's
disease. They both died at home at 3106 Allen Street and are
buried in Longview Memorial Park, Longview, Washington.
Alice Cordella Colling
F, b. January 20, 1917, d. June 23, 1977
- Birth: Alice Cordella Colling was born on January 20, 1917 in Seymour, Outagamie Co, Wisconsin.
- Marriage: She and Frederick August William Treptow were married on September 5, 1936 in Seymour, Outagamie Co, Wisconsin.
- Death: Alice Cordella Colling died on June 23, 1977, at age 60.
- Note: Alice was baptized, confirmed and married at Emmanual Lutheran Church. When Alice was in sixth or seventh grade, her parent's sold the farm and bought a farm in the Town of Maple Grove, Shawano County. After graduation she went to work as a hired girl for the Gordon Derber family in Appleton where she worked until 1935 when she quit to come home and help her mother who was pregnant with her brother Nicholas.
Fritz, the son of Charles and Hulda (Gross) Treptow lived in Beaver Dan until he was two years old and then moved to a farm south of Landstad, Town ofLessor, Shawano County where he lived until he was ten years old. After his parent's divorce in 1918, he lived, as a foster child, with Carl (a dairy farmer) and Alvena Johnson at Frazer Comers, Town of Angelica, Shawano County.
For a couple of months after their marriage, they lived with the Johnsons until Carl bought then a small wood-frame house in Angelica, approximately two miles away, and had it moved to the farm at Frazer Comers. They attended Our Savior's Lutheran Church, Town of Lessor, Shawano County, three miles west of their home. Alice was a Sunday School teacher and a member of the ALC Church Women and a 4-H leader for 15 years,
When Fritz retired in 1973, Alice was employed at Evergreen Nursing Home in Shawano where she worked in the laundry and delivered clothes to patients. In 1976 they sold the bam and
acreage and kept their house. They sold the Johnson house to their
daughter Judy and her husband Fred Gueller.
Alice had an appendectomy on Thursday, September 7,
1972. On Saturday, September 9, 1972, she had surgery
again, as the doctors had found cancerous tumors in her
intestines. After suffering for almost five years, Alice passed
away on June 23, 1977. ~ 0) 0
In 1991 Fritz sold his home to his grandson Scott Gueller and moved to an apartment in Bonduel. After a few years he moved to Birchhill Care Center in Shawano, where he died at the age of 92 on August 12, 2000.
Alice and Fritz are buried in Our Savior's Cemetery, Town
of Lessor, Shawano County.
Robert Raymond Colling
M, b. April 15, 1919, d. January 24, 2002
- Birth: Robert Raymond Colling was born on April 15, 1919 in Seymour, Outagamie Co, Wisconsin.
- Marriage: He and Ardis Ilene Kadlec were married on April 29, 1944 in Green Bay, Brown Co, Wisconsin.
- Death: Robert Raymond Colling died on January 24, 2002, at age 82, in Oconto Falls, Oconto Co, Wisconsin.
- Burial: He was buried in Fort Howard Memorial Park, Green Bay, Wisconsin.
- Note: Robert ("Bob") was born in the Township of Seymour on a farm on Tubbs Rd.. The family later moved to a farm near Issar. Bob
graduated from the Frank Dorn School and was confirmed at Emmanuel Lutheran Church, Seymour, WI. He worked as a
cheesemaker at Frazier Corners, Hayes & Duval. Bob and family moved to Milwaukee where they lived for a number of years. Later they moved back to Seymour and took over the family farm near Issar. Bob eventually sold the family r farm and bought a farm near Coleman, where he farmed until retiring in 1988. Then they moved to Oconto Falls, WI.
Bob liked small communities and churches, especially his little house in Oconto Falls and the St. Paul Ev. Lutheran Church there.
Bob and Ardis enjoyed playing cards with family and friends. They also liked going out to eat on Sunday and taking a ride in the country. Bob was known for his quick wit and sense of humor.
Bob died on January 24, 2002, from pancreatic cancer. Bob and Ardis are buried at Fort Howard Memorial Park in Green Bay.
Their son, Gary, is buried at the Bohemian National Cemetery in Chicago.
Theresa Hattie Colling
F, b. July 4, 1921, d. July 1, 1999
- Birth: Theresa Hattie Colling was born on July 4, 1921 in Seymour, Outagamie Co, Wisconsin.
- Marriage: She and Orville Herman Sievert were married on March 15, 1941 in Shawano County, Wisconsin.
- Death: Theresa Hattie Colling died on July 1, 1999, at age 77.
- Burial: She was buried in Highland Memorial Park, Appleton, Outagamie Co, Wisconsin.
- Note: Theresa ("Pat") grew up on her parents farm in Shawano Co. on Shady Road, the southern County line road. Theresa graduated from the Maple Lawn School, located on the (now) Co. Rd. C in southern Shawano Co. She then worked for George Hoffensberger family, housekeeping in Appleton.
Theresa enjoyed dancing and met Orville at the Cinderella Ballroom on S. Oneida Street in Appleton during the fall of 1940. There were married at the Colling farm on March 15, 1941.
Orville grew up on the family farm on French Road in Osborn Township. He went to school through the sixth grade and then worked for various farmers in the area.
After their wedding Theresa and Orville lived for a short time on the Sievert family farm, then moved to Black Creek, WI. Theresa did babysitting and house cleaning while Orville worked for the Borden's Milk plant, hauling milk in the mornings and working on several farms after the milk route.
In 1944 they rented a farm from the Grady Family on the (now) Co. Rd. PP in Outagamie Co. Orville then worked for Les Rohm,
a local cattle dealer. Orville purchased the first square-twine-tied baler in the area and did custom baling, while Theresa tended the farm. Randy was born in March of 1948, but they soon learned
that he had a pancreas problem. He was not able to digest food
In the spring of 1949 they purchased a farm on the (now) Calnin Road in the Town ofBlack Creek. The first year they ran both farms. That same summer arlin was diagnosed with Polio, the second case in Outagamie Co. that year. During the following four years more time was spent in the hospitals, for both Orlin and Randy, than at home. arlin spent two years at a private school in Appleton until arrangements were made for a teacher to come to the house. Randy could not digest food normally or sit up by himself until he was four years old.
In 1951 Orville began working for Kimberly-Clark Paper Mills as a Mill-rite, Field Service. Theresa then ran the farm with help from David and neighbors. Orville worked the fields during the evenings. As the family grew and there were more mouths to feed, everyone worked together and life was almost fun.
In 1953 Orlin was diagnosed with MS and was confined to a wheel chair. On March 22, 1962 he died from pneumonia. At that time David was in the US Navy and on board the USS Galveston, a light guided missile cruiser.
Theresa and Orville enjoyed their time with family and friends, playing cards and visiting. She was a great cook and he enjoyed woodworking. He made a variety of lawn ornaments, furniture and storage chests.
They retired from farming in 1973, sold the farm to their son,
David and built a house on the corner of the farm. In 1988 they
moved to a house on Mill Street in Seymour. Theresa was
diagnosed with cancer in 1996, so in 1997 they moved to a duplex
in Seymour, owned by their daughter, Connie and husband Dave
Ziese. After a long battle with cancer Theresa died on July 1,
1999. Orville stayed in the duplex until his death from heart
failure on October 22, 2002. Both are buried in Highland
Memorial Park Cemetery, Appleton.
At the time of their deaths, they had 7 children, 24 grandchildren
and 7 great grandchildren. Now there are 2 more great
F, b. April 28, 1932, d. March 23, 1967
- Birth: Frances Colling was born on April 28, 1932 in Shawano County, Wisconsin.
- Marriage: She and Max Edward Krueger were married on May 9, 1953 in Seymour, Outagamie Co, Wisconsin.
- Death: Frances Colling died on March 23, 1967, at age 34.
- Note: Frances grew up on her parents' farm in Maple Grove Township, Shawano Co., WI. She attended Frank Dom School and was confirmed at Emmanuel Lutheran Church, Seymour.
Max was born in Medina. Then he moved to Seymour to farm with his dad. He attended the Isaar school, but needed to quit school after eighth grade to take care of the farm. His mother died on February 4, 1938, at age 54. His father died on April 27, 1956, at the age of 74. After their wedding on May 9, 1953 Frances and Max Krueger farmed near Isaar. Max also worked for a number of years for the Seymour Canning Co, until he retired in 1981.
Frances battled cancer for a number of years, which took her life on March 23, 1967. Max died on November 27,1991. Also, their first child, Jean Marie, died on April 24, 1993. They and Max's parents are buried in the South Medina Cemetery, Medina, WI.