John I Miron
- Descendant of an Immigrant on: Maria Magdalena
Dianne Marie Brouillard
Bonnie R Nussbaum
Bette M Wakefield
F, b. January 14, 1925, d. July 27, 2013
- Birth: Bette M Wakefield was born on January 14, 1925 in Rome, Oneida Co, New York.
- Marriage: She and Marvin George Janssen were married on March 31, 1951 in Mexico.
- Death: Bette M Wakefield died on July 27, 2013, at age 88, in Manitowoc, Manitowoc Co, Wisconsin.
- Burial: She was buried in King, Waupaca Co, Wisconsin.
- Note: Bette M. Janssen, age 88, a Manitowoc resident, entered eternal life on Saturday, July 27, 2013 at Manitowoc Health and Rehabilitation Center.
Bette was born on January 14, 1925 in Rome, NY, to the late George and Myrtle Killingbeck Wakefield.
After completing her education in Rome, NY, Bette obtained her technical degree from Lane Bryman School of Nursing in Phoenix, AZ as a Medical Assistant. She was employed in the medical field throughout her life.
In March 31, 1951, Bette married Marvin Janssen in Tijuana, Mexico. Marvin preceded her in death on October 30, 1989.
Survivors include five children: Marie Kraetsch, Manitowoc; Doug (Sharon) Janssen, Fond du Lac; Jan (Linda) Janssen, Seymour; Tamie (Phil) Hargrove, Great Falls, MT; and Toni Akers, Glasgow, KY; 14 grandchildren; 14 great grandchildren; eight great great grandchildren; also other relatives and friends.
Bette was preceded in death by her son, Bill; and great granddaughter, Alivian.
A memorial service was held at 11 a.m. on Friday, August 2, 2013 at the Harrigan Parkside Funeral Home. Rev. Joe Boyle officiated with burial of Bette's cremated remains to take place at Central Wisconsin Veteran's Memorial Cemetery in King at a later date.
Bette's family would like to extend their thanks and appreciation to the staffs of Manitowoc Heath and Rehabilitation Center and Good Shepherd Nursing Home in Seymour for all the care they provided.
William Daniel Janssen
M, b. 1961, d. yes
- Birth: William Daniel Janssen was born in 1961.
- Death: He died yes.
Dawn Marie King
F, b. April 25, 1969, d. May 29, 2002
- Birth: Dawn Marie King was born on April 25, 1969.
- Death: She died on May 29, 2002, at age 33.
- Burial: She was buried in St Mary Cemetery, Menasha, Wisconsin.
- Note: Dawn Marie Grumley 5/29/2002
A funeral Mass was celebrated Saturday at Immaculate Conception Church Dawn Marie Grumley, who died May 29 in her Cedar home. She was 33.
Mrs. Grumley was born in Neenah, Wisc., on April 25, 1969, the daughter of Albert and Barbara (Baumann) King. In October, 1990, she married Steven Grumley, who survives.
Mrs. Grumley served two years in the Army Military police. She attended Northwestern Michigan College, and became secretary for Holy Rosary School and a data clerk for Munson Home Health Care. She was involved in lector, was a religion teacher and sang in church choirs. She also was past treasurer, vice president, chaplain and president of Daisy Chain No. 2 of the Elks Lodge, where she was named “Daisy of the Year (2000).”
Hobbies included photography, flower gardening, camping, ice skating and her great passion, reading.
Also surviving are her children, Alicia, Michael and Matthew; her father and step-mother, Albert and Mary King of Neenah, Wisc.; a brother, Joseph King of Menasha, Wis.; her grandmother, Josephine King of Neenah; in-laws Church and Vicki Grumley of Traverse City; grandparents-in-law Victor and Mary K. Teichman of Durand, and Mable Nichels of Traverse City. She was preceded in death by her mother, an unborn child, and three grandparents.
Memorials may be made to the Grand Traverse Area Catholic Schools.
Joseph A King
M, b. November 11, 1971, d. June 4, 2009
- Birth: Joseph A King was born on November 11, 1971 in Neenah, Winnebago Co, Wisconsin.
- Death: He died on June 4, 2009, at age 37, in Chilton, Calumet Co, Wisconsin.
- Note: June 6, 2009
King, Joseph A.
Joseph A. King, age 37, of Chilton, died at his home on Thursday, June 4, 2009, following a long battle with cancer. He was born November 11, 1971, in Neenah, WI, son of Albert King and the late Barbara (Bauman) King. Joe was a major gun & archery enthusiast, was an avid outdoorsman and spent a lot of time and energy into being an historical re-enactor.
Survivors include his wife Carole; two children: Troy and TaSheena King, his father: Al, and paternal grandmother: Josephine King. He is further survived by aunts, uncles, numerous cousins, and friends.
He was preceded in death by his mother, Barbara; and a sister, Dawn.
Private family services have been held.
M, b. July 28, 1890, d. February 22, 1944
- Birth: Albert Brainard was born on July 28, 1890 in Appleton, Outagamie Co, Wisconsin.
- Death: He died on February 22, 1944, at age 53.
- Burial: He was buried in St Mary's, Kaukauna, Wisconsin.
Dorothy Mary VanGemert
F, b. December 19, 1919, d. December 12, 2007
- Birth: Dorothy Mary VanGemert was born on December 19, 1919.
- Marriage: She and Clement H Coenen were married on September 7, 1940 in DePere, Brown Co, Wisconsin.
- Death: Dorothy Mary VanGemert died on December 12, 2007, at age 87.
- Burial: She was buried in Mount Calvary Cemetery, DePere, Wisconsin.
- Note: December 13, 2007
Coenen, Dorothy M. "Dolly" Dorothy M. "Dolly" Coenen, De Pere, was called from her earthly home to be in God's presence on Dec. 12, 2007. She was the daughter of the late Victor and Elizabeth Van Gemert, both lifetime residents of De Pere. Survivors include her children and their spouses, Peter (Robin) Coenen, Lafayette, Calif.; Carolyn (Dr. Henry) Saperstein, Baileys Harbor; Paul (Terry) Coenen, Cumming, Ga.; Christine (Keith) Garnett, Kohler and Cocoa Beach, Fla.; John (Ja'nice) Coenen, De Pere; and Rick (Wendy) Coenen, Green Bay; brother, James (Rita) Van Gemert, De Pere; sisters-in-law, Mary Coenen, Allouez; Sylvia Schumerth, Oshkosh; and Marion Van Gemert, Montrose, Colo.; grandchildren, Kimberly, Michael (Veronica) and Terri (Scott) Reyes, Brian (Jennifer) Saperstein, Paul, Crystal, April (Dan) Terrien, and Jaime (Curt) Haverkorn; as well as step-grandchildren, Leslie (Tom) Horness and Craig (Mary) Garnett; great-grandchildren, Emma Schroeder, Zachary, Joseph, and Samantha Coenen, Zoe Saperstein; as well as step- great-grandchildren, Keith, Megan, Zac Horness, Ashley, Grace, and Maggie Garnett, and Michael Haverkorn. In addition, there are several nieces, nephews and many friends. Dolly was preceded in death by her beloved husband, Clement, in 1978; five brothers, Alton, Clement, Arnold, Dr. John, and Robert; three sisters, Anna Mae, Florence, and Lucille. She was also preceded in death by seven sisters-in-law, Dorothy, Alice, and Florence (Biselx) Coenen, Arleen, Catherine, (Elizabeth (Barty) and Margaret Van Gemert; five brothers-in-law, Frederick, Guse, D.J. McMillin, George Regan, Harold Schumerth and E.L. Biselx. Dolly was a wonderful cook and homemaker. A spot at her dinner table was lively and sought after. All guests were welcome and left satisfied. Always having had time to "play a few hands," Dolly loved cards. Bridge was her favorite game and she was a sharp player, winning several bridge marathons. Dolly was willing to give of herself and her time to many volunteer and community agencies and affairs, especially her church activities and projects. She also prided herself on her appearance. Few of her outfits did not have a hat or scarf to match; often Dolly designed and made her own outfits. As she "matured," Dolly often said she loved to have her children and their children visit. On the other hand, she also said she was afraid she'd have to explain to her friends how she could have children appear so old, being that she was so young herself! She was blessed with an excellent sense of humor. One story she often told was about an event that had taken place during her many years as a tour guide for the Green Bay Area Visitor and Convention Bureau. During a bus tour of Door County, some of her tourist guests were having trouble navigating the speed bumps in a well-known restaurant's parking lot. "Not so fast, Dolly," one of them said, "We're 65 now, and don't get around like we used to." Dolly only encouraged and smiled; she was nearly 75 by then. Dolly loved the tours, which promoted Green Bay, the Packers, the De Pere area and often went on to Door County. She was an excellent guide, entertaining the guests while giving the early history of each city, village, or hamlet through which the tour passed. Her guests included visitors from nearly every state and many foreign countries including Russia, Japan, Norway, and Sweden. While Dolly worked through an interpreter for the foreign guests her humor and good spirits were never lost. Memorial Mass for Dolly will take place at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 15, 2007, at Old St. Joseph Church, St. Norbert College Parish, Grant Street on St. Norbert Campus, De Pere. Visitation will be from 9 a.m. to the time of Mass with Fr. James Baraniak, O. Praem., officiating. Dolly requests that donations, in lieu of flowers, kindly be sent to either Paul's Pantry, 1520 Leo Frigo Way, Green Bay, WI 54302, or be sent to your favorite charity. In her later years, Dolly jokingly said that she'd know she'd passed when she read about it in the obituaries in the local newspaper. None could be sorrier than her children that today is that day. Goodbye and thanks for everything, Mom. We'll see you and dad again soon. Please go to www.ryanfh.com to express online condolences to the family. The last two months of Mom's life was somewhat of a blur. She never had a chance to say goodbye to her friends, especially her many friends at Nicolet Highlands. Also, to say, "thank you" to her longtime physician, Dr. Richard Greene and his nurse Arlene. We, the family, would like to thank St. Vincent Hospital (2nd and 9th floor) for her care while there. Although she wasn't there long, thank you to the management and staff at Renaissance. Finally, we can't say thank you enough to the management and staff at Rennes Health Center. We will never forget the loving care and compassion you showed to our mom. Nor will we forget the emotional support you provided to us, the kids, every step of the way.
Kevin Daniel Smits