M, b. June 16, 1862, d. October 18, 1947
- Father: William Stumpf (b. March 8, 1837, d. October 13, 1907)
- Mother: Mary Heisel (b. December 9, 1832, d. February 2, 1898)
- John H Stumpf (b. August 13, 1890, d. October 11, 1982)
- Frank Stumpf (b. August 13, 1890, d. before 1891)
- Mary Louisa Stumpf (b. January 2, 1891, d. April 27, 1898)
- Francis Stumpf (b. January 2, 1891, d. before 1895)
- Joseph Adolph Stumpf (b. June 16, 1893, d. November 19, 1973)
- Henry Anton Stumpf (b. August 22, 1895, d. October 24, 1997)
- Frank Stumpf (b. August 28, 1895, d. before 1900)
- Isabella Anna Stumpf (b. May 15, 1898, d. December 21, 1983)
- Birth: Francis Stumpf was born on June 16, 1862 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee Co, Wisconsin.
- Marriage: He and Louisa Elizabeth Schwalbach were married on October 23, 1888 in Holy Angels Church, Darboy, Wisconsin.
- Death: Francis Stumpf died on October 18, 1947, at age 85.
- Burial: He was buried in Holy Angels Cemetery, Darboy, Wisconsin.
- Descendant of an Immigrant on: America
- Descendant of an Immigrant on: Maria Magdalena
Deborah Lynn Stumpf
F, b. June 26, 1965, d. May 3, 2016
- Birth: Deborah Lynn Stumpf was born on June 26, 1965.
- Death: She died on May 3, 2016, at age 50.
- Note: Deborah Lynn (Stumpf) Ernst, 50, found her guardian angel on May 3, 2016 and then became one herself.
Deb was fiercely devoted to family and considered that the most important thing in her life. She cherished her times with family and loved and respected them all.
Deb was deeply committed to her friendships, and her friends responded with a deep attachment for her. Her boys would often joke, "There goes Mom making new friends again," to anyone she met. She loved planning things - be it a bike ride, run, ski or party - but for her it was the comradery that mattered most, not the event. She was just as happy dropping back to encourage or teach someone as she was to lead, but woe to those who thought they could stay with her when she was motivated to go!
Although she was noted for her athleticism it was her three boys that she was most proud of. Hans, Will, and Ian were the light of her life. Even in her last days, her outpouring of love for them was overwhelming. She worried about being remembered by them, about not being able to take care of them. They warmed her heart and gave her life meaning.
Our family has been moved by the support shown to them but Deb would ask for one more thing: To look out for her boys. Help them understand, guide them when they do things wrong, but, mostly, encourage them when they do things right. Tell them about their mother and don't let the memories of her be lost. Deb would like that.
Deb is missed by her husband Mark, her parents Roy J. and Hallie Stumpf and her sisters Mary Jean (Jim) Hujet, Barb (Dave) Withbroe and her brother Roy C. (Sarah) Stumpf. Deb will be missed by all who knew her, especially her dog Nellie.
We want to thank all those dear friends who cared for Deb in the last few weeks and the professionals at Green Bay Oncology and Unity Hospice for their tireless efforts, for leaving no stone unturned. Special thanks to Kristen Rodeheaver for her medical guidance and her devotion that went beyond just "treating" Deb these past two and half years. Special, special thanks to Sarah Stumpf, who Deb never called sister-in-law… but just sister.
There will be a memorial service at 12:00 pm Saturday May 7th, 2016 at Saint Louis Church in Dykesville and a Celebration of Deb's Life and birthday on June 26th, but given who Deb was we invite you to gather, remember, and celebrate her life wherever you are. See www.debernst.com for June 26th celebration information and updates.
Published in Green Bay Press-Gazette from May 5 to May 6, 2016.
John Clement Kosloske
M, b. October 30, 1939, d. October 22, 2010
- Birth: John Clement Kosloske was born on October 30, 1939 in Neenah, Winnebago Co, Wisconsin.
- Death: He died on October 22, 2010, at age 70.
- Note: Jack Kosloske, 70, Appleton, passed away at home after a short illness Friday, Oct. 22, 2010. He was born Oct. 30, 1939, in Neenah, son of Clement and Beatrice (Staniak) Kosloske. On Jan. 9, 2003, Jack married his bride, Mary, in Maui, where they spent time together every year.
Jack was a self-employed Financial Advisor and CPA. He enjoyed golfing and dining out with friends. Jack was a member of Appleton Alliance Church, as well as the Riverview Country Club and Appleton Yacht Club. On Aug. 15, 2010, Jack was baptized into faith at Appleton Alliance Church. Jack was a U.S. Navy veteran.
Jack is survived by his wife, Mary; children, Chayne (Tammy) Kosloske, Greenville; Carrie (Larry) Smits, De Pere; Nicole Kramer, Colorado Springs, Colo.; and Addie Kramer, Appleton; grandchildren, Bruk, Zak, Bridgette, Kyler and Gracie; and a brother, Bob Kosloske, Fort Myers, Fla.
Jack was preceded in death by his parents.
Funeral services will be held at 4 p.m. Monday, Oct. 25, 2010, at Appleton Alliance Church, 2693 W. Grand Chute Blvd., Appleton, with Pastor Bill Barwis officiating.
Visitation will be at the church from 1 p.m. Monday until the time of the service. Military honors will be performed by members of the U.S. Navy following the services at the church.
A memorial has been established in Jack's name.
Jack's family would like to thank a special friend, Jenny Heal, for her support and care for Jack and the family during his illness, as well as the nurses and staff on the 8th floor of St. Luke Hospital, Milwaukee, for their care and compassion.Kessler Funeral Home
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