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Mary Ellen LeNoble

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Charles Bondra

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William LeNoble

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Family: Yolanda Anzaldua (b. June 16, 1944, d. July 27, 2006)

Yolanda Anzaldua

F, b. June 16, 1944, d. July 27, 2006

Biography

  • Birth: Yolanda Anzaldua was born on June 16, 1944.
  • Death: She died on July 27, 2006, at age 62, in Texas.

Cornelius LeNoble

M, b. March 11, 1907, d. April 18, 1970

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Biography

  • Birth: Cornelius LeNoble was born on March 11, 1907 in Barry, Big Stone Co, Minnesota.
  • Death: He died on April 18, 1970, at age 63.
  • Burial: He was buried in King, Waupaca Co, Wisconsin.

Petronella LeNoble

F, b. January 18, 1908, d. December 21, 1960

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Family 1: Lloyd Meredith (b. October 19, 1911, d. October 20, 1976)

Family 2: Christopher Hearden (b. August 17, 1904, d. October 2, 1974)

Biography

  • Birth: Petronella LeNoble was born on January 18, 1908 in Barry, Big Stone Co, Minnesota.
  • Death: She died on December 21, 1960, at age 52.

Joan A LeNoble

F, b. May 17, 1916, d. January 13, 1975

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Family: Unknown Maes

Biography

  • Birth: Joan A LeNoble was born on May 17, 1916 in Kaukauna, Outagamie Co, Wisconsin.
  • Death: She died on January 13, 1975, at age 58.
  • Burial: She was buried in St Joseph Cemetery, Appleton, Outagamie Co, Wisconsin.

David Donald Diedrich

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James Gary Jansen

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Biography

  • Birth: James Gary Jansen was born on January 29, 1939.
  • Death: He died on April 15, 2002, at age 63.
  • Burial: He was buried in Union Cemetery, Kaukauna, Wisconsin.
  • Note: Jansen, James Gary

    "Jug"

    Combined Locks

    During a time when dread lived in the hearts of his loved ones and his eyes burned from unshed tears, Jim faced death the same way he had approached life with honesty, courage and a sense of humor.

    Cancer may have claimed his body, but it could never conquer his spirit.

    Born in Combined Locks to parents, Edward (Kayo) and Linda Jansen, he joined siblings Jane, Richard, William and Nancy. He would, later, become big brother to Daniel and Susan, a half sister, Toni. All have preceded him in death with the exception of Jane who resides in Green Bay with her husband Michael Farrell and Toni Egan, a resident of Kaukauna.

    A 1957 graduate of Kaukauna High School, Jim turned down an opportunity to play professional golf and enlisted in the United States Air Force. After basic training and Officer's School, he served the next three years in Spain and Turkey. He never spoke about the "Cold War" or what occurred in those foreign countries but in the bottom of a dresser drawer, in a plain envelope, yellowed with age are several letters of commendations citing him for locating missing air crafts lost during reconnaissance and directing them safely back to base. He finished out his enlistment at a radar site in Lakeside, Montana, a mountainous paradise, he would later refer to as "my second home." He fell in love with its rugged beauty, its people and a certain co-ed Gail E. Jewett.

    Arriving back in Wisconsin with his bride in 1961, Jim worked for Wisconsin Wire Works and studied nights for a degree in wildlife conservation. The ink was barely dry on his diploma before he was off to Weaver Airline School in Kansas City. A month into his training, a representative from Pacific Airlines offered him a position as agent in Monterey, California.

    Jim had found his niche in life and would stay in the airline industry for the next 30 years but not in the land of movie stars of sun and surf. Not even golfing at Pebble Beach was enough to hold him when he heard about plans for a new airline in Appleton, Wisconsin. In 1966 Jim was present for the birth of Air Wisconsin, saw her through her growing pains and into maturity. As one of Air Wisconsin's Vice Presidents and Head of Security, he did a great deal of traveling, meeting people and making friends from many parts of the country. In 1992, Jim took early retirement and looked forward to sunny days on the golf course, whippin' butt (his words) and lazy afternoons of sitting in his boat, casting for the "big one."

    Hobbies and sports were okay for a while but not enough for a man who thrived on hard work and a challenge. In 1995 he opened Heart Of The Valley Travel, and agency located in the Darboy Plaza. By the end of its first year, Heart Of The Valley was out of the red and on its way to becoming one of the top agencies in the Valley. But as the agency flourished, Jim's health began to decline. Like the thief that it is, cancer had struck, stealing form him golden dreams and priceless moments.

    Jim wasn't an easy victim. He fought long and hard but he was also a realist. He made the most of each day, watching over his family, as he always had, and enjoying the laughter and joy given to him from his eleven grandchildren: Travis, Michael and Ashley VandenHeuvel Zachary, Grace and Olivia Gaugert Edward and Felicia Jansen Michelle, Megan and Paige Jansen. If Gail, the wife he referred to as "My Lotus Blossom" was his universe, his daughters, Cheri and Heidi, were his moon and stars. If he could have hand picked his sons, he would have still chosen Edward, his golfing buddy and Daniel, his fishing companion and debating partner. To Jim, there were no such words as "In-laws", Kevin (Cheri) VandenHeuvel Thomas (Heidi) Gaugert Christine Campbell (Edward) Jansen and Kim Weyenberg (Daniel) Jansen were as close to his heart as his birth children.

    He loved and was loved in return.

    We offer our thanks to Bob and Judy, Don and Jacki who lived the phrase, "love thy neighbor" to Tom and Betty, Dick and Karen, who knew the meaning of true friendship to the "bestest" of pals, Buddy, who was always by Jim's side, be it childhood scrapes or a battle that couldn't be won.

    To Toni, Mike and Jane and their families much loved sisters-in-law Joann Jansen and Barbara Jansen, Goddaughter, Tami Morelli and their families to Gladyce Jewett, Jan and Pat, friends and other relatives, know that we share in your pain. May we all find peace in knowing that Him...at last...has found his.

    Take my hand that we may walk together

    across the meadows, over hills, through streams.

    But, if in life we cannot walk together

    then, take my hand and walk with me in dreams.

    Funeral services will be held at 11 am Thursday, April 18, 2002 at Christ the King Lutheran Church, Combined Locks. Burial will be in Union Cemetery, Kaukauna. Friends may call from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Wednesday, April 17, 2002 at the Boettcher Family Funeral Home, 2401 Fieldcrest Drive, Kaukauna and after 10 am Thursday directly at the church until the time of services. A memorial fund has been established in his name.
  • Descendant of an Immigrant on: America

Gail E Jewett

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Family: James Gary Jansen (b. January 29, 1939, d. April 15, 2002)

Patricia Garvey

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Dennis Lowney

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Margaret Garvey

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Family: Jerry Maas

Jerry Maas

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Penny Garvey

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Family: Mark Young

Mark Young

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Family: Penny Garvey

Daniel V Garvey

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Family: Catherine Renee Collar

Douglas Garvey

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Donald Lowell Garvey

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Cindy Sue Guyette

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William Giesen

M, b. circa 1902

Family: Mabel E Morack (b. April 11, 1902, d. May 6, 1989)

Biography

  • Birth: William Giesen was born circa 1902.

Mabel E Morack

F, b. April 11, 1902, d. May 6, 1989

Family: William Giesen (b. circa 1902)

Biography

  • Birth: Mabel E Morack was born on April 11, 1902 in New London, Outagamie Co, Wisconsin.
  • Death: She died on May 6, 1989, at age 87, in New London, Outagamie Co, Wisconsin.
  • Burial: She was buried in Ellington Cemetery, Stephensville, Wisconsin.

Suzanne K Meyer

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David Michael Drawenek

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