M, b. 1556, d. February 10, 1615
- Birth: Jean Mallet was born in 1556 in Courgeon, Orne, Basse-Normandie, France.
- Marriage: He and Marie Daussy were married in 1580 in Courgeon, Orne, Basse-Normandie, France.
- Death: Jean Mallet died on February 10, 1615, at age ~59, in Courgeon, Orne, Basse-Normandie, France.
F, b. 1546, d. 1578
- Birth: Marie Daussy was born in 1546 in Courgeon, Orne, Basse-Normandie, France.
- Marriage: She and Jean Mallet were married in 1580 in Courgeon, Orne, Basse-Normandie, France.
- Death: Marie Daussy died in 1578, at age ~32, in Mortagne au Perche, Orne, Basse-Normandie, France.
F, b. January 22, 1652, d. November 26, 1684
- Birth: Anne Couture was born on January 22, 1652 in Levis, Quebec, Canada.
- Death: She died on November 26, 1684, at age 32, in Québec City, Québec, Canada.
F, b. March 19, 1655, d. December 22, 1851
- Birth: Louise Couture was born on March 19, 1655 in Québec City, Québec, Canada.
- Death: She died on December 22, 1851, at age 196, in Beaumont, Bellechasse, Quebec, Canada.
Joseph Auger Couture
M, b. July 27, 1670, d. May 6, 1733
- Birth: Joseph Auger Couture was born on July 27, 1670 in Québec City, Québec, Canada.
- Marriage: He and Marie Jeanne Huard were married on June 13, 1695 in Lauzon, Levis, Quebec, Canada.
- Death: Joseph Auger Couture died on May 6, 1733, at age 62, in Levis, Quebec, Canada.
Roland Kenneth Mosher
M, b. November 1, 1935, d. June 16, 2013
- Birth: Roland Kenneth Mosher was born on November 1, 1935 in Shawano, Shawano Co, Wisconsin.
- Death: He died on June 16, 2013, at age 77.
- Burial: He was buried in Highland Memorial Park, Appleton, Outagamie Co, Wisconsin.
Beatrice E Cowling
F, b. August 4, 1912, d. June 3, 2016
- Birth: Beatrice E Cowling was born on August 4, 1912.
- Marriage: She and Chester W Becker were married on August 15, 1935.
- Death: Beatrice E Cowling died on June 3, 2016, at age 103.
- Note: Beatrice E. (Cowling) Becker, age 103, died Friday, June 3, 2016, at Bethel Home in Oshkosh. She was born in the town of Vinland on August 4, 1912, eldest daughter of Louis and Lillian Cowling. Beatrice married Chester Becker on August 15, 1935. They farmed together in the town of Clayton most of their married life. She was an active volunteer in many areas-during WWII she taught first aid classes and distributed ration coupons. Beatrice was active with the Grange and the Winnebago County Homemakers as well as being local and county leader of the 4-H. She was a volunteer in the gift shop at Theda Clark Medical Center for many years.
Beatrice is survived by three daughters, Kay Wisnefske, Mary Alice Eisch, and Cheryl (Neil) Kibler, all of Larsen; four grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. She is further survived by numerous nieces and nephews.
Beatrice was preceded in death by her husband in October of 2000; five brothers, and five sisters.
Beatrice was active at the First United Methodist Church, 108 W. Doty Ave. Neenah. A memorial service will be held there at 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday, June 7, 2016, where friends and relatives will celebrate a life well lived. Pastor Tony Fuller will be officiating. There will be no visitation prior to the service.
Memorials may be directed to the Larsen/Winchester Lions Club Medical Locker, the Winnebago County Homemakers Bookworms, and the First United Methodist Church, Neenah.
If you wish please submit online condolences to muellerfuneralhomeinc.com.
Published in Appleton Post-Crescent on June 5, 2016.
Chester W Becker
M, b. October 9, 1908, d. October 30, 2000
- Birth: Chester W Becker was born on October 9, 1908.
- Marriage: He and Beatrice E Cowling were married on August 15, 1935.
- Death: Chester W Becker died on October 30, 2000, at age 92.
Mary Alice Becker
James Allen Eisch
M, b. October 21, 1947, d. May 29, 2016
- Birth: James Allen Eisch was born on October 21, 1947.
- Death: He died on May 29, 2016, at age 68, in Kimberly, Outagamie Co, Wisconsin.
- Note: James A. Eisch, 68, Kimberly, died a peaceful death at home, May 29, 2016, surrounded by his family. After 12 years of struggling with many medical issues, Jim was no longer able to continue the fight. Cancer, due to Agent Orange, consumed him until the Lord called him home knowing Jim was too weak to continue the struggle. Jim was born October 21, 1947 to Allen and Janet (Hauschel) Eisch. When Jim returned from Vietnam in 1968 he met Chris. Jim married Christine Quella on April 16, 1969 and they have enjoyed 47 years of marriage. Chris's parents, Richard and Elaine Quella, treated Jim as one of their own. They showed Jim the unconditional love a parent gives to a child and were there for him as any "parent" is there for their child. Although Jim died at his home in Kimberly, he never gave up his White Lake home as his main home. Illness for the last 12 years forced him to be in Kimberly more than he would have liked, but he was closer to his children and grandchildren. Jim was so thankful that Chris brought him to Tennessee a few weeks ago to see and spoil his great-grandson one last time.
Jim is survived by his wife Christine, children and grandchildren that he was so very, very proud of: daughter Colleen (Dr. Tim) O'Connor, grandson John; son James Jr. (Tammy), grandson Max; son Jeremy (Catherine) grandsons, Taylor Sherman (great grandson, Alexander "Xander" Lewis) and Diego, granddaughter Eliana; and son Joseph, granddaughter Cassandra. Jim is further survived by his mother-in-law Elaine Quella, sisters-in-law Gail Wians, Nancy (Dan) Christenson, Becky Van Heuklon, and Kathy (Bob) Dolezal, brothers-in-law Richard (Erin) Quella, and Joseph Quella, and his brother Dennis (Renee) Eisch, and numerous nieces and nephews. Jim was preceded in death by his father-in-law Richard Quella.
Jim was a survivor. He worked hard at everything he did and helped anyone who needed help. Jim was a good man, whose gruff exterior shielded a heart of gold - the most tender and loving person on the interior. PTSD consumed Jim after his return from Vietnam. He was always ready to defend himself and those he loved. If you earned his trust, you were a friend forever. Jim lived in a complex balance. He would struggle with sadness and personal demons, all the while trying to be the best person he could be. Jim was a great provider and would do anything for his family. Jim was never comfortable living in the city, so he made his home in White Lake for many years. He felt safe and content in the middle of the woods, alone with nature.
Jim donated his body to science through the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee Medical College. Jim's request was to not have a funeral. We will instead have a Celebration of Jim's Life on June 11, 2016 from 1 to 5 pm at Lake Park Pub. Family and friends are invited to share this time with us.
Jim's family would like to thank his VA doctors from Milwaukee and Green Bay for keeping him with us for the last 12 years, and Affinity Hospice for their care.
Published in Appleton Post-Crescent on June 5, 2016.