Miscellaneous Kenosha County, Wisconsin Obituaries

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Thomas William Campbell Brown
Thomas William Campbell Brown, 82, of Kenosha died at Hospitality Manor Nursing & ReHab Center on Tuesday (May 23, 2000).
Born on Aug. 3, 1917, in Homer City, Pa., he was the son of the late John Leonard and Beatrice (Painter) Brown.
He attended schools in Pennsylvania and resided there until moving to the Hinsdale, Ill. area. In 1989 he moved to Boyd, Wis., and resided there until November 1999 when he moved to Kenosha.
He was a self-employed home builder.
He was married to Anna Mae Ingham and that marriage ended in divorce. He later married Wanda Turkowski. She died on July 21, 1973.
Survivors include two daughters, Lois Eileen Laughery and Jeanne Diane Diedrich, both of Kenosha; two sons, William Richard Brown of Orland Park, Ill., and Robert Thomas Brown of Romeoville, Ill.; a sister, Norma Rathgeb of Murraysville, Pa.; three brothers, Harold of Rockwood, Mich., Ralph of Arnold, Pa., and James of Redding, Calif.; nine grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by a sister, Eleanor Stevens on Dec. 5, 1997.
Piasecki-Althaus-Thulin Funeral Home, 2002 52nd St., is in charge of arrangements.

Evelyn R. Johnson
Evelyn R. Johnson, 84, formerly of Kenosha, late of Racine, died Thursday (May 25, 2000) at Lincoln Village Convalescent Center.
Born April 10, 1916, in Kenosha, she was the daughter of the late Paul and Emma (Seiter) Luebke.
On Nov. 27, 1937, she married Gerald G. Johnson. He died Feb. 2, 1994.
She worked at Brehm Drug Co. and was a member of Lutheran Church of the Redeemer.
Surviving are two sons, Gerald and Tom, both of Racine; nine grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by a son Richard and three sisters, Gladys Swank, LaVerne Julius and Janet Luebke.
Draeger Langendorf Funeral Home, Racine, is in charge of the arrangements.

Richard W. "Bill" Miller II
Richard W. "Bill" Miller II, 62, professor of geography at Carthage College, died Monday (June 5, 2000) at his Racine home following an 18-month battle with lung cancer.
Born Nov. 2, 1937, in Bellefontaine, Ohio, he was the son of Richard "Dick" W. Miller I and Rachel Orpha Miller. He spent his youth in Indianapolis and was graduated from Warren Central High School in 1955.
From 1955 to 1963, he served in the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve.
On Dec. 28, 1958, he married Margaret Skinner in Charles Town, W.V.
In 1959, he received a B.S. degree at Indiana State University and in 1966 an M.S. degree from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
From 1959 to 1965, he taught geography and history at Lincoln Junior High School. He joined the faculty of Carthage College in 1965. He founded its geography program. He received the Carthage Distinguished Teacher Award, the Sears Roebuck Award for Outstanding Teaching and Campus Leadership, and in 1999 the Carthage Flame, the highest honor the College bestows.
He also taught on an ad hoc basis for UW-Parkside, Dominican College of Racine, and Pepperdine University's Graduate School of Professional Studies at military bases around the country.
He was a member of the Association of American Geographers (AAG), for which he served as chair of the West Lakes Division. In 1999, the AAG awarded him a commendation for distinguished service to the profession. He was vice president and West Lakes Regional Counselor for Gamma Theta Upsilon, the international geography honor fraternity.
He also served as a consultant to several corporations, the city of Kenosha, Kenosha County, the state of Wisconsin, Lake County, Ill., and the city of Zion, Ill.
Other activities included serving as president of Wisconsin Children's Service Society and secretary of the Kenosha County Board of Zoning Adjustments and Appeals.
He was a member of the Kenosha Plymouth Congregational Church.
Surviving are his wife; his sons, Richard W. III of Milwaukee, Paul of Kenosha, and Mark of New York City; a daughter, Anna of Evanston, Ill.; his mother of Indianapolis; his sister, state Senator Patricia Miller of Indianapolis; and two grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by his father.
Piasecki-Althaus-Thulin Funeral Home, 3720 39th Ave., is in charge of arrangements.

John E. Locke
John E. Locke, 73, of Kenosha, died Thursday, (Oct. 5, 2000), at Somerset Community Hospital in Somerset, Pa.
Born Dec. 30, 1926, in Buffalo, N.Y., he was the son of the late John E. and Genevieve (Smith) Locke.
He lived in Watertown, Conn., before moving to Kenosha as a child. He attended St. Mark's School and Bradford High School.
Before joining the Army, he also attended the University of Notre Dame. He later attended Regis College in Denver, Colo., and graduated from Marquette University. He also did post-graduate work at Northwestern University and the University of Wisconsin-Parkside.
In November 1968, he married Anna Dailey in Kankakee, Ill.
He was an industrial engineering supervisor at American Motors until his retirement in 1982. He was an instructor at Gateway Technical Institute for nine years and later worked for Wisconsin Department of Transportation.
Survivors include his wife, and a sister, Genevieve A. Locke of Kenosha.
His parents preceded him in death.
Proko Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

Nellie M. Repka
Nellie M. Repka, 84, of Kenosha, died Friday (Dec. 1, 2000) at her residence.
Born Dec. 8, 1915, in Kenosha, she was the daughter of the late Johan and Maria (Jakubek) Repka. A lifelong resident of Kenosha, she attended local schools.
She was employed by local and U.S. governments throughout her life, most recently serving as the deputy clerk-treasurer of Kenosha, from 1960 until her retirement in 1985.
She was a volunteer and member of the Kenosha County Historical Society and Museum, attended St. Mary's Catholic Church for more than 40 years and most recently attended St. Elizabeth Catholic Church.
She volunteered for St. Mary's Lutheran Friendly Center, the Senior Action Council and the Retired Seniors Volunteer Program.
In addition to being an avid reader, she enjoyed golf and hiking.
Surviving are two nieces, Sharon Mecozzi and Lisa Repka, and two nephews, Jeff and Bill Repka.
Her brothers, Leo and Albert Repka, preceded her in death.
Proko Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

Jan Rae Annis
Jan Rae Annis, 59, of Kenosha, died Friday (Dec. 8, 2000) at her residence.
Born March 13, 1941, in Racine, she was the daughter of August B. and Jenet F. (Stoddard) Bassing II. She was educated in Racine schools but spent most of her life in Kenosha County.
She was an assembler, working at Ameteck-Lamb Electric, last working on Dec. 6, 1996. She was also an Illinois Lottery agent for five years and a bartender at the Riverside Inn in Wilmot for 61/2 years.
She was a member of the Wilmot Fire Department Auxiliary, the Kenosha Fire Department Auxiliary and the Kenosha County Fire and Rescue Association. She was an avid Green Bay Packers fan.
Surviving are a son, Harold J. (Kelly) Johnson of Beach Park, Ill.; a daughter, Jenet Early of Mddleburg, Fla.; a stepdaughter, Jeannie (Joel) Peters of Wilmot; two stepbrothers, Milton McGregor of Racine and Harold McGregor of Redgranite; a sister, Bertie Hall of Shelbyville, Ky.; four grandchildren; and two stepgrandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her parents; her stepfather, Gordon R. McGregor; and a brother, August B. Bassing III.
Kenosha Funeral Services is in charge of arrangements.

Dorothy M. Burmeister
Dorothy M. Burmeister, 90, of Kenosha, died Saturday (Feb. 17, 2001) at Brookside Care Center.
Born Jan. 28, 1911, in Chilton, she was the daughter of the late John and Anna (Schabel) Kautzer. She attended schools in Chilton and was a graduate of Chilton High School.
On July 17, 1935, in Chilton, she married Fred Burmeister. He died May 10, 1998.
She came to Kenosha in 1946 and was a homemaker.
She was a member of Mount Carmel Catholic Church, the Junior Schubert Club, Shriners, Kenosha Symphony, Republican Women and the Woman's Club of Kenosha. She was active in the Parent-Teacher Association.
She enjoyed arts, crafts and antiques, and was an avid Chicago Cubs fan.
Surviving are a son, Charles "Chuck" (Carol) Burmeister of Kenosha; two daughters, Barbara Burtch of Coloma and Marikay (Leo) Chiappetta of Kenosha; three sisters, Jenny (Kautzer) Koehler of Sheboygan, Evelyn Brock of Joplin, Mo., and Rosie Showacy of Vancouver, Wash.; nine grandchildren; and 13 great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by two brothers, Mark and Lester Kautzer; and two sisters, Helen Endries and Frances Darkow.
Piasecki-Althaus Funeral Home, 3720 39th Ave., is in charge of arrangements.

James G. Austin
James Gilbert Austin, 66, of Corinth, Texas, died Saturday, (Feb. 17, 2001) at Denton Regional Medical Center, Denton, Texas.
Born Oct. 28, 1934 in Wise County, Va., he was the son of James E. and Daisy (Dickinson) Austin.
A member of St. Mark's Catholic Church, he retired from A.M. General as vice president of manufacturing.
Survivors include his wife, Frances C. Austin of Corinth; three daughters, Terri Marchefski of Frisco, Texas, Diane Casasanto of Watervliet, Mich., and Patricia Austin of Austin, Texas; a son, Mike Austin of Laguna Beach, Calif.; abrother, Glenn Austin; and three grandchildren.
DeBerry Funeral Directors, 2025 W. University Drive, Denton, is in charge of arrangements.

Sarah Anderson
Sarah Brewer Anderson, 58, of Kenosha, died Tuesday, (Feb. 20, 2001) at her home.
Born Aug. 1, 1942, in Waukegan, Ill., she was the daughter of the late Lois and Edward Brewer. She attended schools in Waukegan.
In April 1967, she married Kenneth Anderson in Kenosha.
A Kenosha resident for 30 years, she was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church and a Laubach tutor for the Kenosha Literacy Council. For 10 years, she worked for the probation department of Lake County, Ill.
Her hobbies included walking, Jazzercise and gardening.
Surviving are her husband; a son, Stephen of Phoenix, Ariz.; a daughter, Veronica (Bill) Bernhardt of Pleasant Prairie; two brothers, James Brewer of El Jebel, Colo., and Chet (Joyce) Brewer of Waukegan; seven sisters, Myrtle (Odell) Jones of Beach Park, Ill., Virginia (Chuck) George of Springboro, Ohio, JoAnn Brewer of Miamisburg, Ohio, Nancy Brewer of Riverview, Fla., Helen Collins of Wadsworth, Ill., Grace Cliff of Springboro, Ohio, and Alicia (Bill) Todd of Yorkville, Ill.; and one granddaughter.
She was preceded in death by her parents and a brother, Edward Brewer of Waukegan.

Nellie Klabunde
Nellie Klabunde, 87, of Lake Geneva, formerly of Genoa City, died Thursday (Feb. 22, 2001) at Lakeland Medical Center, Elkhorn.
Born Oct. 24, 1913 in Hebron, Ill., she was the daughter of the late William and Cora (Keipper) Quake.
She married Fred C. Klabunde Oct. 28, 1931 in Woodstock, Ill. He preceded her in death on Sept. 24, 1977.
A resident of the Hebron and Genoa City area her entire life, she attended Hebron High School and Genoa City High School.
Formerly employed by Paisier Products in Genoa City, she also worked as an assembler at Admiral Corporation in McHenry and Harvard. She also worked on the family farm in the town of Bloomfield.
She was a member of the First Congregational United Church of Christ in Genoa City and the Circle Loyal of the church. Her hobbies included playing Bingo.
Survivors include two sons, Howard (Betty) Klabunde and Robert (Karen) Klabunde, both of Genoa City; a daughter, Carol (Jesse) Larson of Genoa City, 11 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her husband, one son, Fred C. Klabunde, Jr., and four brothers, Henry, William, Neal and James Quake.
Haase Derrick Lockwood Funeral Homes, Genoa City Chapel, is in charge of arrangements.

Lillian C. Fredericksen
Lillian C. Fredericksen, 85, of Kenosha, died Friday, (March 1, 2001) at her home.
Further obituary information from Piasecki-Althaus Funeral Home, 3720 39th Ave., will be available Saturday.

Harold F. Bingham
Harold F. Bingham, 71, of Kenosha, died Saturday (April 21, 2001) at his home.
Family Options Funeral and Cremation Service of Racine is in charge of arrangements.

Ralph R. Agner
Ralph R. Agner, 90, Burlington, who retired from American Motors, died Thursday (June 28, 2001) at Mt. Carmel Medical and Rehabilitation Center.
Born June 26, 1911, in Burlington, he was the son of the late Raymond and Glorianna (Reynolds) Agner. He lived in Phillips, Wis., from 1934 to 1941.
On Sept. 5, 1934, he married Irene Martwick. She died Aug. 6, 1962. On Aug. 28, 1969, he married Alyce Cappellina at St. John the Divine Episcopal Church, where he was a member.
He managed the family business Agner Simplex from 1941 to 1988. He was a machinist at Case in Racine from 1947 to 1950. He was a general foreman of the tool room at American Motors from 1950 until his retirement in 1974.
He was a 55-year member of the Masonic Blue Lodge, Commandry and Shrine. He was also a member of Local 34 of the International Association of Machinists.
His hobbies included racing outboard motor boats in his early years, fishing, hunting and golfing.
Surviving are his wife of Burlington; a son Bud (Marge) of Trevor; a brother Hugh (Georgia) of Burlington; four grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.
A sister, Rhoda Newbury, preceded her in death.
Schuette-Daniels Funeral Home, Burlington, is in charge of the arrangements.

Nita V. McNamara
Nita V. McNamara, Kenosha, died Oct. 5, 2001, at Kenosha Hospital and Medical Center.
Further obituary information from Proko Funeral Home will be available Sunday.

Ronald H. English
Ronald H. English, 67, of Granby, Colo., died on Saturday (May 27, 2000).
Born May 12, 1933, in Waukegan, Ill., he lived in Zion, Ill., and Winthrop Harbor, Ill., before moving to Colorado 20 years ago.
He was a contractor and attended the Grace Missionary Church in Zion.
Surviving are his wife, Nancy; a son, Ronald H. English Jr. of Kenosha; a daughter, Teena Seals of Waukegan; a sister, Bonnie Turner of St. Cloud, Minn.; and two brothers, Dallas English of Friendship and Richard English of Zion; and four grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by his father and mother, Harris and Clara English; a stepbrother, Roger McGrigry; and a half sister, Lila, Wisconsin.
Congdon Funeral Home is handling arrangements.

Erna Barnes
Erna Barnes, 72, formerly of Kenosha, died Friday (Sept. 15, 2000) in Cocoa Beach, Fla.
Born Aug. 30, 1928, in Kenosha, she was the daughter of the late Karl and Marie (Drescher) Huff.
She attended Freidens Lutheran School and Gateway Technical College.
Most of her life, she lived in Kenosha and had resided in Central Florida since 1983.
She had been married to George H. Barnes, but they later divorced.
She was employed for over 10 years as a printer with American Fiber-Velope Co., of Gurnee, Ill., and transferred to Curtis Envelope Co. of central Florida retiring in the early 1990s. During the 1970s she was employed as a psychiatric nursing assistant at Kenosha Hospital.
She attended various Lutheran congregations in Kenosha and Cocoa Beach.
She enjoyed reading, especially Stephen King novels, and was an avid Packer fan.
Surviving are three sons, Bruce A. of Kenosha, Jerald of St. Cloud, Fla., and William of Kissimmee Fla.; four daughters, Robin Robillard of Sturtevant, Susan C. Barnes-Mudersbach of Cocoa Beach, Fla., Patricia McCabe of St. Cloud, Fla., and Dianne Hegewald of Kenosha; a sister, Hertha "Babe" Hefner of Buford, Ga.; nine grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.
Bruch Funeral Home is handling final arrangements.

Cynthia (Massie Kohloff Murphy) Taylor
Cynthia (Massie Kohloff Murphy) Taylor, 47, Kenosha, died Tuesday evening (Jan. 2, 2001) at her home.
Born Sept. 11, 1953, in Kenosha, she was the daughter of the late Gordon and Margie (Grant) Massie. She graduated from Bradford High School in 1971 and received a degree in communications from Trinity College in 1992.
She lived in Clinton, Iowa, from 1976-79.
On Nov. 5, 1971, she married Christopher G. Kohloff in Kenosha and they later divorced. On March 17, 1984, she married Robert J. Murphy in Kenosha. They also divorced.
She worked as a secretary with Kenosha Unified School District from 1979-1992 and as a waitress at Luigi's restaurant from 1971-1989.
She was a member of Parkside Baptist Church.
Surviving are a daughter, Tracy C. Kohloff-Blauser of Kenosha; her mother of Kenosha; four brothers, Dennis Massie of Kenosha, Robert Massie of Whitewater, Jim Massie of Black River Falls, Ray Massie of Texas; four sisters, Lanna (Chuck) Tinker of Kenosha, Laura (Bob) Triest of Michigan, Carmen (Bob) Noest of New York, Mary Quass of Janesville; and three grandchildren.
Preceding her in death were her father in 1995, and two brothers, Steve in 1974 and Rick.
Kenosha Funeral Services is in charge of the arrangements.

Irmgard E. Radulovic
Irmgard E. Radulovic, 70, of Kenosha, died Thursday, (Feb. 15, 2001).
Further obituary information from Bruch Funeral Home will be published in Saturday's paper.

Craig Cunningham
Craig Cunningham, 40, of Kenosha, died Friday (Feb. 16, 2001) at Aurora Medical Center.
Further obituary information will be available Tuesday from Proko Funeral Home.

Margaret R. Brokaw dies at 100
Margaret R. "Mag" Brokaw, 100, formerly of Kenosha, died Monday (Feb. 19, 2001) at the home of her grandson in Chesterfield, Mo.
Born April 24, 1900, in Hornsby, Ill., she was the daughter of the late John and Frances (Immengal) Hensley.
She attended public schools in Hornsby and Litchfield, Ill., graduating from Litchfield High School. Later she earned a secretarial certificate at a business college.
On May 19, 1923, she married Frederick L. Brokaw in Chicago. He died July 11, 1984.
She came to Kenosha in the early 1920s. For 20 years, she was employed as a secretary at Jockey International, retiring in 1965.
A member of Grace Lutheran Church and the Order of Eastern Star, her hobbies included sewing and making quilts.
For the past five years, she has lived in Chesterfield.
Survivors include her grandson, Fletcher (Andrea) Brokaw of Chesterfield.
She was preceded in death by a son, Francis L. Brokaw, Aug. 13, 1990.
Bruch Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

Ernest Pellegrino
Ernest Pellegrino, 95, of Kenosha, died Friday (Feb. 23, 2001) at Washington Manor Nursing Home.
Born Nov. 6, 1905 in Cosenza, Italy, he was the son of the late Antonio and Rapheala (Presta) Pellegrino. He attended schools in Italy and Kenosha.
He came to the United States to make his home on Oct. 30, 1920.
On Feb. 20, 1932, he married Catherine D. Christopher and she died on Jan. 16, 1957. On Aug. 29, 1959, he married Mary Lice.
He worked at Simmons Company for 37 and one-half years and at American Motors for 11 years.
A member of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Catholic Church, he also belonged to the Italian Mens Society and the Moose Lodge.
Surviving are his wife, Mary of Kenosha, three sons, Dr. Ernest (Barb) Pellegrino of Middleton, Dr. Ronald (Mary Kay) Pellegrino of San Francisco, Calif., and Robert Pellegrino of Madison; two daughters, Ernestina "Rita" (Frank) Ritacca of Portage, and Rosemary (John) Delano of Waukesha; 11 grandchildren and nine great grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by his parents, his wife, Catherine, a son, Richard, a brother, Domenic Pellegrino and a sister, Emily Covelli.
Proko Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

Grace O. Greidanus
Grace O. Greidanus, 97, a resident of St. Joseph's Home, died there Wednesday (Feb. 28, 2001).
Further obituary information from Piasecki-Althaus Funeral Home, 3720 39th Ave., will be published in Saturday's paper.

Wallace J. Colby
Wallace "Wally" J. Colby, 78, died Friday (April 20, 2001) at his residence at Hospitality Nursing and Rehab.
Born Jan. 21, 1923, in Kenosha, he was the son of George and Nellie (Racine) Colby. He attended St. Thomas Elementary School and other local schools.
He was a U.S. Army veteran, serving as a staff sergeant. During World War II, he served in the Battle of the Bulge, receiving the Victory Medal, the American Theater Ribbon, the European African Middle Eastern Theater Ribbon with three bronze battle stars and the Good Conduct Medal.
On June 11, 1966, he married Florence Bruns in Kenosha.
In 1972, he moved to Lakewood, returning to Kenosha in 1995.
He was a car salesman for Benning Motors, Lakeshore Motors and for many years Hiller Chevrolet. He then owned and operated the Club 32 Supper Club in Lakewood.
He was a former member of St. Mary's Catholic Church in Lakewood, a former member of Lakewood Veterans of Foreign Wars post and enjoyed deer hunting and golf.
Surviving are two sons, Jeffrey (Sandy) Siemion of Kenosha and Kenneth (Janet) Colby of Waupaca; two daughters, Linda (Stephen) Sturycz and Susan (Francis) Dunnebacke, both of Kenosha; five grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren.
Preceding him in death were his parents; his wife; three brothers, Kenneth in World War II, Howard and Harold; and a sister, Jean Fetzer.
Piasecki-Althaus Funeral Home, 3720 39th Ave., Kenosha, is in charge of arrangements.

Betty Jane "B.J." Jones
Betty Jane "B.J." Jones, 75, of Kenosha, died Wednesday (Nov. 28, 2001) at Kenosha Hospital and Medical Center.
The daughter of the late Frank J. and Rose (Slagoski) Marvin, she was born on Aug. 1, 1926, in Wausau.
She moved to Kenosha in 1929, attended local schools, and graduated from Bradford High School.
On Aug. 12, 1950, she married Ralph Jones at St. Anthony Catholic Church.
She was employed by the telephone company, then by Warwick.
For 27 years, she was employed by the city of Kenosha as a crossing guard for St. Mark's Catholic School at the corner of 73rd Street and Sheridan Road.
She was a member of St. Anthony's Church, the VFW Auxiliary, and Moose Lodge 155.
She enjoyed bowling, traveling and yard work.
Survivors include her husband; two sons, Gary Jones of Kenosha and Timothy (Laurie) Jones of Hollister, Calif.; seven grandchildren, and three sisters, Virginia (Edward) Simpson of Costa LeMesa, Calif., and Susan Madison and Charlotte (Michael) McCarville, both of Kenosha.
She also was preceded in death by a son, Randy, and two brothers, Joseph and Tommy Marvin.
Piasecki-Althaus Funeral Home, 3720 39th Ave., is in charge of arrangements.

Carolyn Ann Berna
Carolyn Ann Berna, 60, of Kenosha, died Friday (Dec. 8, 2000) at the home of her sister in Woodstock, Ill.
Born June 30, 1940, in Harvard, Ill., she was the daughter of Frank and Wilma (Nothnagel) Berna.
She was a nursing instructor for Gateway Technical College.
She was co-chairman of the Southeast Wisconsin Chapter of the Association of Women's Health Obstetrics and the Neonatal Nurses. She was a member of the Kenosha-Racine District Nurses Association and the Gateway Technical Education Association. She was also a volunteer for the Salvation Army and Special Olympics.
Surviving are three sisters, Margaret F. Davis, Janet M. (William) Kluwe and Nancy E. (Raymond) Krueger; and a brother, Robert F. (Shriley) Berna.
She was preceded in death by her parents and a sister, Dorothy M. Schumacher.
Schneider-Leucht-Merwin and Cooney Funeral Home, Woodstock, is in charge of arrangements.

Marie S. Soleska
Marie S. Soleska, 87, formerly of Kenosha, late of Summit, died Monday (Jan. 1, 2001) at Countryside Home, Jefferson.
Born Aug. 27, 1913, in Kenosha, she was the daughter of the late George and Mamie (Steinbach) Schmidt.
She was a homemaker.
Surviving are a stepson, Edward (Caroline) Soleska of Jefferson and two step-grandchildren.
Her husband, Phillip Soleska, preceded her in death.
Schmidt & Bartelt Notbohm-Kreutzmann Funeral Home, Oconomowoc, was in charge of the arrangements.

John Holdsworth
John "Sharkey" Holdsworth, 87, of Kenosha, died Wednesday (Feb. 14, 2001) at Brookside Nursing and Rehab Center.
Further obituary information from Hansen-Lendman Funeral Home will be published in Saturday's paper.

Craig Cunningham
Craig Cunningham, 40, of Kenosha, died Friday, (Feb. 16, 2001) at Aurora Hospital and Medical Center.
Born Jan. 10, 1961, in Kenosha, he was the son of James E. and Mary C. (Wolfe) Cunningham Sr.
A lifelong resident of Kenosha, he attended Wilson Elementary School, Bullen Junior High School and Mary D. Bradford High School.
He was employed by Kenosha Unified School District.
Survivors include a son, Craig Christopher Cunningham of Jackson, Tenn.; his parents of Kenosha; two brothers, Leonard and David, both of Kenosha; three sisters, Linda F., Glendora L. and Francilla R. Cunningham, all of Kenosha; and his maternal grandmother, Jessie Mae Wolfe Blakey.
He was preceded in death by a brother, James E. Cunningham Jr.; his maternal grandfather, Tommy Wolfe; and his paternal grandparents, Sidney and Katie L. Cunningham, Sr.
Proko Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

Mary Jo Evans
Mary Jo Evans, 69, of Kenosha, died Friday, (Feb.23, 2001) at Woodstock Health and Rehabilitation Center.
Further information from Piasecki-Althaus Funeral Home will be available at a later date.

Alfred A. Greco
Alfred A. Greco, 94, of Kenosha, died Thursday (April 19, 2001) at his residence.
Born Aug. 19, 1906, in Kenosha, he was the son of the late Carlo and Melanie (Mauro-DeFazio) Greco. He was a lifetime resident of Kenosha, attending local schools.
On July 14, 1934, he married Angeline Falduto at Holy Rosary Catholic Church.
He was employed at Chrysler Motors, retiring in 1968 after 48 years as an inspector.
He was a member of Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Church, Holy Name Society of the church, and Local 72 Retirees Club at Chrysler.
His hobbies included bowling, and he participated in numerous bowling tournaments throughout the Midwest.
Surviving are his wife; two sons, Al "Freddie" (Susan) Greco of Dousman and Carl (Carol) Greco of Kenosha; seven grandchildren; and one great-granddaughter.
He was preceded in death by his parents; three brothers, James, Louie and Joe; and three sisters, Rose, Ivy and Lillian.
Proko Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.


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