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Victoria Kurtz Hoffman PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Ozaukee Press   
Wednesday, 30 August 2017 18:24

Victoria Kurtz Hoffman found peace on Sunday, Aug. 20, 2017, at age 98.  
She was preceded in death by her husband LeRoy A. Hoffmann.  
Victoria is survived by her sister Mabel Paszkiewicz and nieces and nephew Sharon Wambold, Anne Campbell and James Hoffmann.  She is also survived by other relatives, friends and special friend Marge Nierode.
Private committal services at Wisconsin Memorial Park with entombment were held.  
Victoria was a member of Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church, 10729 W. Freistadt Road, Mequon.  
Pastor Joshua Rusert officiated the graveside service.
Mueller Funeral Home & Crematory
W63 N527 Hanover Avenue
Cedarburg
(262) 377-0380

 
Rita Rothman PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 30 August 2017 18:23

Rita Rothman, 81, of Grafton, died Friday, Aug. 25, at Aurora Medical Center in Grafton, the result of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
    She was born on Aug. 22, 1936, to Harry and Helen Rausch Rothman in Milwaukee.  
    Ms. Rothman attended St. Joseph Catholic School in Grafton, where she was a lifelong parish member.
    She was a member of the Red Hat Society for several years and worked as a child support investigator for Ozaukee County until she retired in 2001.
    She enjoyed the outdoors, often going up north to listen to loons and relax on pontoon rides.
    “Her favorite lakes were Grant Lake in Mercer and Legend Lake in Keshena,” her daughter Kelly Ullmer said. “She enjoyed spending time with family there.”
A trip to Holy Hill to see the fall colors with her daughter was also an annual tradition.
    Ms. Rothman had many friends, her daughter added.
    “She was warm, caring and liked to help people — especially those who didn’t have much,” she said. “And she was a good listener.”
    She also enjoyed the company of her dog, Joey.
    Ms. Rothman is survived by her daughter Kelly (Tom) Ullmer of Sheboygan, son Michael (Lisa) Schmitz of Henderson, Nev.; grandchildren Joseph and Nicholas Ullmer and Madison Schmitz; step-grandchildren Adam and Brittany Schmitz; and sister Audrey Kleman of Neenah.
    She was preceded in death by her parents; brother Robert Rothman; brother-in-law Glen Kleman; and Thomas Schmitz, the father of her children.
    A memorial service was held Tuesday, Aug. 29, at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Grafton. Parish Director Brenda Cline officiated.
    Interment was at the church cemetery.
    Eernisse Funeral Home, Port Washington, assisted the family.

 
Gloria Ann Warner Taylor Allen PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 30 August 2017 18:23

Gloria Ann Warner Taylor Allen of Belgium was an artist whose palette went beyond paper and paint.
    “I used to tell her, ‘You got all the talent in the family,’” her cousin Mary Ann Mrozek said.
    Mrs. Allen was a seamstress who made her own clothes, and her mother’s too, her cousin said.
    “Her mom knit, and when she would make a dress for her mother, her mother would knit a sweater to go with it,” Mrs. Mrozek said.
    “She did beautiful counted cross stitch. And she painted too. You would get a birthday card and there would be a stem and flower she painted or a little bunny.”
    Mrs. Allen worked for a firm making presentation boxes, and through that she learned woodworking.
    “She made a desk for her mother, and a table,” her cousin said.
    “She was always busy.”
    Mrs. Allen died Tuesday, Aug. 22, at Lawlis Hospice at Columbia St. Mary’s Ozaukee Hospital in Mequon. She was 80.
    She died of complications from strokes and congestive heart failure, her cousin said, but had suffered from multiple sclerosis since 1988.
    Mrs. Allen was a native of Milwaukee, born on Oct. 10, 1936, to William and Adelaide “Jane” Giersch Warner.
    She married Ralph Allen of Belgium in Las Vegas on Nov. 26, 1976.
    “She was a good lady,” her cousin said. “She was strong, and she was very generous. She gave away a lot of what she made.
    “She was hard working, and did all her own yard work.”
    Mrs. Allen had many friends, and was often accompanied by her dog.
    “She had dogs all the time,” her cousin said. “She always rescued dogs. She just loved animals.”
    Mrs. Allen is survived by her sons, Eugene Taylor and Jay Taylor, both of Mercer; stepdaughter Betsy Allen-Mcphedran of Maine; and brother Chuck (Janet) of Mercer.
    At Mrs. Allen’s request, no funeral service will be held.
    Memorials to the Ozaukee Humane Society are suggested.

 
Louise Zahn PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 30 August 2017 18:21

Louise Zahn, 104, of Port Washington, a former resident of Grafton, died Tuesday, Aug. 22, at the Harbor Cove assisted living facility in Port Washington.
    Mrs. Zahn was born in 1912 in Two Rivers, the daughter of John and Anna Samz Behlow. After graduating from high school, she worked in Two Rivers until she moved to Milwaukee as a young adult. She met and married Jerome Zahn in 1943 in Manitowoc.
    The couple moved to Grafton and had two daughters. Mrs. Zahn valued education and insisted both of her daughters attend college. She was a homemaker and treasured time with both family and friends.
    Mrs. Zahn was a seamstress and made a lot of clothes for herself and her daughters. She did a variety of crafts such as rug hooking, crocheting and embroidery. She was interested in the family’s genealogy. She did crossword puzzles, Sudoku, word searches and enjoyed playing board games. In her later years she liked playing scrabble and doing puzzles.
    She was especially proud of being a charter member of the Grafton senior citizen group where she attended meetings, played canasta, had lunch and attended social functions. She liked to travel with her husband and went on trips and outings with other seniors.
    Mrs. Zahn is survived by her daughters Roann Zahn of Port Washington, and Marla Zahn of Wisconsin; stepson Mark of Missouri; and four step-grandchildren.
    Per Mrs. Zahn’s request, a private service was held.
    Mueller Funeral Home, Cedarburg, handled the arrangements.

 
Jeffrey Lee “Trapper” Nash PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 23 August 2017 16:20

Jeffrey Lee “Trapper” Nash, 64, passed away after a courageous, five-year battle with cancer on July 24, 2017, surrounded by loved ones in Crandon.
Jeff is survived by his loving wife Dawn Nash of Crandon; loving sons Robert Nash of Saukville and Michael Nash of New London; along with the Wendt family and other close family members and friends.
He was preceded in death by his parents Marvin and Mary Nash of Crandon.
Jeff spent as much time as he could outdoors — landscaping, hunting, fishing and cruising White Eye Lake on his pontoon boat. He loved to putter around in his gardens and had very specific standards for his lawn. As a family, the Nashes traveled for the better part of 10 years all over the country for off-road races.
Jeffrey was born on April 13, 1953, in Port Washington to Marvin and Mary (Hill) Nash.
He graduated from Port Washington High School, and was married to Dawn on Aug. 20, 1982. He worked in the trucking industry for many years. Jeff and Dawn lived in Grafton until they retired to Crandon in 2015.
No service is planned for Jeffrey, but his family will celebrate his life with a private memorial and honor his life daily.
Weber Hill Funeral Home in Crandon was in charge of arrangements, and questions can be directed to the funeral home.
Memorial donations sent to Dawn will be directed to Ozaukee County 4-H.
Jeffrey will be dearly missed by everyone who loves him, and his family is relieved that he is no longer suffering.
Online condolences may be left for the family at www.weberhillfuneralhome.com.

 
Jeanne E. Risch PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 23 August 2017 16:20

Jeanne E. Risch of Sheboygan, a former resident of Port Washington, loved being a mother.
    “Her biggest thrill was taking her children out for their birthdays. She loved us unconditionally, and we were her pride and joy,” her daughter Debra Gierach said.
    Ms. Risch, 74, died of cancer Tuesday, Aug. 15, at her home.
    Ms. Risch was born May 29, 1943, in Sheboygan to Norbert and Madeline Bruder Jetzer.
    She attended schools in Sheboygan and graduated from South High School in 1961.
    On May 15, 1965, she married James Risch at St. Peter Claver Church in Sheboygan.
    Ms. Risch was a homemaker who enjoyed reading and walking. She was a member of the women’s guild at St. Peter of Alcantara Catholic Church, now part of St. John XXIII Parish, while her children were in grade school.
    Ms. Risch is survived by her children Debra (Tim) Gierach, Nancy (Randall) Koopman, Kathleen (Bill) Leissring, Michael (Michelle DeSwarte), David (Susan), Julie (Terland Caldwell) Risch, and Thomas (Sarah); and grandchildren Justin and Aleesha Risch, Jessica and Joshua Koopman, Anthony and Nicholas Leissring, Madeline Rasco, Hunter Gierach, Matthew, Isaiah and Jeremiah Risch and Cameron Caldwell.
    She is further survived by her siblings Wayne (Diana) Jetzer, Gary (Patti) Jetzer, Dennis (Diane) Jetzer, Mark (Karin) Jetzer and Carol (Marvin) Nagy; and special friend Mary Miller.
    Ms. Risch was preceded in death by her parents and infant son Anthony.
    A funeral service was held Friday, Aug. 18, at St. Clement Catholic Church in Sheboygan. Father Gideon Buya officiated. A private interment was at Calvary Cemetery.
    Olson Funeral Home in Sheboygan handled the arrangements.

 
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