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Henry Ermer Jr.
Lifelong Hawkins resident Henry John Ermer Jr. died Monday, February 22, 1999, at Rusk County Memorial Hospital in Ladysmith at the age of 80.
Born October 2, 1918, in Hawkins to Henry Sr. and Emma (Lebal) Ermer, he married Ruth Ann Kirmse in Kennan and farmed in the area all his life.
The funeral was held Thursday, February 25, at the Nash-Jackan Funeral Home in Ladysmith, with military rites by the Hawkins Veterans Association. Spring interment will be at the Kennan Cemetery.
Mr. Ermer is survived by his wife, Ruth; four daughters: Gloria Halter, Geraldine (Mrs. Pat) Olson and Audrey Ermer, all of Hawkins, and Vickie (Mrs. Jim) Willms, Catawba; seven grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; two brothers, Robert, Hawkins, and Walter, Anthony, New Mexico; and by three sisters, Lillian Habas, Portland, Oregon; Mildred Tippery, Salina, Kansas; and Bernice Hardman, Avondale, Arizona.
The Nash-Jackan Funeral Home, Ladysmith, was in charge of the arrangements.

Gisela Chastain
Town of Emery resident Gisela Chastain died Thursday, February 25, 1999, at the age of 64 while visiting her daughter in Plainfield.
Born December 11, 1934, in Hildeberg, Germany, to Wilhelm and Ella (Heck) Wirthmueller, she came to the US after her marriage to Raymond Chastain on January 17, 1951. The couple lived in Florida, then Milwaukee and in the Town of Emery after retirement in 1985.
A private family service was held at the Heindl Funeral Home in Phillips with Rev. Thomas Reiff officiating.
Mrs. Chastain is survived by her husband, Raymond Sr.; four sons: Raymond Jr. (Linda) and Jerry, both of Phillips; Jimmy (Darcy), Milwaukee; and Johnnie (Tammy), Oak Creek; two daughters, Debra (Mrs. Jim) Virga, Racine, and Holly Sampson, Plainfield; 13 grandchildren; 2 great-grandchildren; a brother, Kurt (Elga), Germany; and by three sisters, Lisa Wirthmueller, Ericka (Mrs. Otto) Goodflash and Helga (Mrs. Harland) Young, all of Milwaukee. She was predeceased by her parents and by two brothers.

Ruth Christoffersen
Former Ogema resident Ruth Eleanor Christoffersen died Saturday, February 27, 1999, at her home at the age of 89.
Born December 28, 1909, in Ogema to August and Jenny (Westberg) Swanson, she attended area schools and married Arne Christoffersen on July 31, 1930, in Bessemer, Michigan. A lifelong homemaker, she enjoyed crafts, flower gardening and visiting her grandchildren and friends. A member of Calvary Lutheran Church and its ladies aide, she also belonged to the Winter Homemakers group and birthday club.
The funeral was held Tuesday, March 2, at Calvary Lutheran Church in Draper with Pastor Brian Crocker officiating, with interment at the Draper Cemetery. Pallbearers were Jeffrey Benoy, Michael Liesch, Steven Liesch, Randall Otto and Timothy Wilson.
Mrs. Christoffersen is survived by two daughters, Joyce (Mrs. Donald) Liesch, Dresser, and Dona (Mrs. Harry) Wilson, Kaukauna; 5 grandchildren, 10 great-grandchildren; a sister, Bernice (Mrs. Roy) Nikkila, Ogema; and by many nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband, Arne, and by five brothers and three sisters.
Memorials may be sent to the Calvary Lutheran Church Building Fund, PO Box 56, Winter, 54896.
The Anderson-Nathan Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements.

Jeannette Havel
Town of Worcester resident Jeanette Havel died at her home on Thursday, February 25, 1999, at the age of 64.
Born December 10, 1934, in Elkhorn to Anton and Marie Havel, she spent her early life in Chicago and came to the Town of Worcester with her family in 1947. She graduated from Phillips High School in 1953, attended Stevens Point State College and the UW-Madison where she earned a bachelor of arts in 1957 and her master's in library science in 1958. Employed as a librarian in Milwaukee for many years prior to retirement in 1974 when she returned to Phillips, she was treasurer of the Price County Democratic Party and a member of the Phillips Regional Writers. In her free time she was an avid reader and loved nature, especially her garden.
At Ms. Havel's request, there will be no service. Memorial funds have been established for the Nature Conservancy and the Price County Humane Society.
Ms. Havel is survived by several cousins in Kansas, Washington and the Czech Republic. She was predeceased by her parents, an infant twin sister and by her dog, Wolfe IV.
The Heindl Funeral Home, Phillips, was in charge of the arrangements.

Henry Raab
Former Kennan resident Henry Raab, Tomahawk, died Wednesday, Feburary 17, 1999, at the Rio Grande Regional Hospital in McAllen, Texas, at the age of 82.
Born January 24, 1917,inDetroit, Michigan, to John and Kathleen Raab, he married Gladys Anderson in Catawba on June 15, 1946. He retired from Standard Oil Company in 1971, he was a former presdient of the Tomahawk Lions Club, a member of the Tomahawk Northwoods Carves, the Rio Grande Valley wodocarvers and hte National Associaton of Watch & Clock Collectors, Inc.
Mr. Raab is survived by his wife.

Joseph Senkarek
Former Phillips resident Joseph Senkarek, Owen, died Friday, February 20, 1999, at the Clark County Health Care Center in Owen at the age of 78.
Born February 9, 1921, in Phillips to Matthew and Jennie (Pasterik) Senkarek, he lived in Phillips until 1953 when he became a resident of the health care center.
Funeral services were held Monday, March 1, at the Maurina Funeral Home in Owen with Rev. Father Al Jakubowski officiating, with burial at Riverside Cemetery, Withee.
Mr. Senkarek is survived by two sisters, Anna (Mrs. Lyle) Simpson, Stony Ford, California, and Jennie Cento, Sunland, California. He was predeceased by a brother, Matthew, in 1990.

Joann Skomaroske
Former Phillips resident Joann Marie Skomaroske died at Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital in Santa Rose, California, on Monday, February 22, 1999, at the age of 40.
Born in Phillips March 17, 1958, to Norman and Rebecca Skomaroske, she was a gemologist and owned and operated her own company in Santa Rosa. Active in the K-9 Companion program, she enjoyed spending time with her dog, Biggs, and gardening.
Funeral services were held Sunday, February 28, at Saint John Lutheran Church in Phillips with Rev. Thomas Reiff officiating. Spring interment will be at Lakeside Cemetery.
Ms. Skomaroske is survived by her mother, Rebecca, Phillips; three brothers, Dennis (Kim), David (Eveline) and Robert (Tammy), all of Phillips; and by a sister, Laurie (Mrs. Gary) Robertson, Manhattan Beach, California. She was predeceased by her father, Norman.
The Heindl Funeral Home, Phillips, was in charge of the arrangements.

Robert Brouillette
Phillips resident Robert Vernon Brouillette died Saturday, March 13, 1999, at Flambeau Hospital in Park Falls at the age of 69.
Born July 15, 1929, in Chicago, Illinois, to Albert and Ethel (Lesage) Brouillette, he married Charlene Hulsey on October 23, 1948, in Crown Point, Indiana. He spent most of his life in the Chicago area and worked at NL Industries there for over 24 years where he was first union president and then shop steward. After retirement in 1978, the couple moved to Phillips and belonged to Our Lady of the North Catholic Parish.
The funeral was held Tuesday, March 16, at St. Mary's Church with Father Clement Sobr officiating. Interment was at St. Patrick's Cemetery.
Mr. Brouillette is survived by a son, Robert Christ, Kendalville, Indiana; three daughters: Donna (Mrs. Steve) Wyrzkowski and Michele Brouillette, both of Phillips, and Renee (Mrs. James) Lepore, Midlothian, Illinois; nine grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; a brother, Ronald "Bud" (Joan), Broomfield, Colorado; and by three sisters, Eleanor Tadda, Owen; Jean (Mrs. Francis) "Whitey," Illinois; and Carol Ann "Tootsie" (Mrs. Leon) Deem, Beecher, Illinois. He was predeceased by his wife, Charlene, on February 18, 1994, and by a son, Dean, in 1957.
The Heindl Funeral Home, Phillips, was in charge of the arrangements.

Alice Kroon
Former Prentice resident Alice Celia Kroon, Friendship, died Friday, March 12, 1999, at the age of 89.
Born in Prentice on December 26, 1909, to Peter and Dicta Anderson, she was a member of the First Lutheran Church of Prentice and employed by Dr. McKinnon and then at Blong's Cafe. She married Ray Kroon on March 6, 1958, in Adams.
Graveside services were held at Hillside Cemetery in Ogema on Tuesday, March 16, with Reverend Timothy Schueler officiating.
Mrs. Kroon was predeceased by her husband, Ray, on August 30, 1988; two sisters, Mildred Anderson and Hazel Hoeff; and by six brothers, Clarence, Arthur, Oscar, Milton and two infant brothers.
The Heindl Funeral Home, Prentice, was in charge of the arrangements.

Beatrice Pearson
Town of Hackett resident Beatrice D. Pearson died at her home on Thursday, March 11, 1999, at the age of 77.
Born in Ottawa, Illinois, on April 6, 1921, to Irene and Jerome Heath, she attended area schools and graduated from Ottawa High School, moving to Phillips in 1970. Employed at American Family Insurance and later as a dispatcher for the Price County Sheriff's Department until retirement in 1986, she was a member of Our Lady of the North Catholic Parish, AARP, the Catholic Daughters, the Emery Homemakers, the Women of the Moose and its Ottawa, Illinois, Chapter.
Funeral services were held Saturday, March 13, at St. Mary's Church with Father Clement Sobr celebrating the Funeral Mass. Spring interment will be at St. Patrick's Cemetery.
Ms. Pearson is survived by a brother, Peter (Nancy), Phillips, and by two sisters, Kathleen Ostwald and Margaret (Mrs. Lonnie) Dunbar, both of Prentice. She was predeceased by two brothers, Francis and Jerome Jr., and by three sisters, Mary Holt, Irene Barr and Helen Ator.
The Heindl Funeral Home, Phillips, was in charge of the arrangements.

Viola Anderson
Lifelong Phillips resident Viola Esther Anderson died Sunday, March 28, 1999, at the Rib Lake Health Care Center at the age of 82.
Born October 9, 1916, in Phillips to Alvin and Delia (Peters) Tenut, she graduated from Phillips High School Class of 1934. She was employed as a waitress at the Crystal Café, at Niebauer and Cress greenhouses, all in Phillips, and owned and operated Vi Ann's Floral here for over 20 years. She was married to William Van Auken in 1939; he predeceased her in 1972. She then married Lyle Anderson in October 1947; he predeceased her in October 1971. She was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church of Phillips and its ladies aid.
The funeral service was held Wednesday, March 31, at Trinity Lutheran Church with Reverend Gary Lodholz officiating, with interment at Lakeside Cemetery.
Mrs. Anderson is survived by two daughters, Vi Anne Van Auken, Wausau, and Renee (Mrs. William) Meier, Ogema; a son, William Van Auken, Fifield; two grandsons; a granddaughter; and by three brothers: Raymond (Diane), Minneapolis, Minnesota; Alvin (Ann), Phillips; and Norman (Florence), Illinois; and by a sister, Margarite (Mrs. Gilbert) Willans, Phillips. She was predeceased by four brothers, William, Harold, Ronald and Ralph, and by three sisters, Ruth, Alma and Blanche.
The Heindl Funeral Home, Phillips, was in charge of the arrangements.

Doug Anthony
Former Prentice resident Doug Anthony died March 25, 1999, at his home in Phoenix, Arizona, at the age of 80.
Born in Neillsville on January 2, 1919, to Hattie and Guy Anthony, he grew up on the family farm in Waupaca and served in the US Army Air Corps during World War II. He married Marie Hellisch of Marshfield in 1945 and the couple lived in Prentice for 23 years while he was employed as a salesman for the Marshfield Milling Company. He then represented Pacific Molasses for 16 years when the couple lived in Wisconsin Rapids and Marshfield and they owned and operated Clinique in Marshfield for almost 10 years before retirement to Phoenix.
A memorial service will be scheduled.
Mr. Anthony is survived by his wife, Marie, and by four children: Camille Anthony Haney and Jill Anthony, both of Madison; Melanie Sleva, Wood Dale, Illinois; and Howard, Green Bay.
Memorials may be sent to the Melvin Laird Research Center in Marshfield.

Emily Bacholl
Lifelong Prentice area resident Emily Bacholl died at Memorial Hospital of Taylor County in Medford on Tuesday, March 30, 1999, at the age of 91.
Born in Medford on July 4, 1907, she married William Bacholl and the couple owned and operated a dairy farm in the Town of Prentice for many years until retirement. She was a member of St. John the Baptist Catholic Church of Prentice.
Funeral services will be held Thursday, April 1, at 9 a.m. at St. John with Father Dismas Kalcic officiating. Interment will be at Prentice Cemetery. Friends may call at the Heindl Funeral Home in Prentice after 6 p.m. Wednesday. The parish wake service will be held at 7 p.m. Wednesday.
Mrs. Bacholl is survived by a son, Lester (Joyce), Prentice; a daughter, Corrine Birk, Milwaukee; and by nine grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband, William, on July 5, 1992.

Edna Dahl
Ogema resident Edna Margaret Dahl died Tuesday, March 23, 1999, at Memorial Hospital of Taylor County in Medford in its long-term care unit at the age of 87.
Born December 17, 1911, in Elmore to Ulrich and Charlotte (Poehl) Kleineschay, she attended school in Wausau and Prentice, graduating from Prentice High School, then attended the Price County Normal School. She taught in rural Prentice schools for two years before marrying Carl Dahl in Prentice on June 16, 1935. A member of the First Lutheran Church of Ogema, its ladies aid and Martha Circle and a Sunday School teacher, she enjoyed reading and spending time with her family, especially her grandchildren and great-grandchildren, in her free time.
Cremation has taken place. A memorial service was held Friday, March 26, at First Lutheran Church with Reverend Jerome Godson officiating, with inurnment at Hillside Cemetery, Ogema.
Mrs. Dahl is survived by a daughter, Midge (Mrs. Jim) Nehiba, Medford; a sister, Mable (Mrs. Fred) Knez, Phillips; and by two grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband, Carl, and by twin brothers, Friedrich and Hubert.
The Dallmann-Kniewel Funeral Home, Rib Lake, served the family.

Elizabeth Dunn
Lifelong Phillips resident Elaine Elizabeth Dunn died Tuesday, March 23, 1999, at Flambeau Hospital in Park Falls at the age of 82.
Born June 10, 1916, in the Town of Elk to Sanford and Ona (Beason) Hill, she attended area schools and married Aubry Dunn on October 22, 1938, in Phillips. The couple owned and operated a dairy farm and logged in the Town of Elk and were caretakers for the Reptal family in Phillips for many years prior to their retirement. She was a member of the Phillips Congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses, the Harmony Homemakers and a former 4-H leader.
The funeral service was held Saturday, March 27, at the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses with Bernard Stewart officiating, with interment at Lakeside Cemetery.
Mrs. Dunn is survived by a brother, Elwin "Bud" (Lois), Phillips; three sisters, Marie Penneau and Leona Palmer, both of Phillips, and Cloe Birdeau, Fairfield, Montana; and by two great-nephews, Donald "Ray" (Lois) and Edward (Melody) Riley, both of Phillips, and a great-niece, Charlotte Ziemke, Catawba, whom the couple raised. She was predeceased by her husband, Aubry, on June 5, 1989, and by six brothers and four sisters.
The Heindl Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements.

George Huebner
Town of Elk resident George J. Huebner died at Flambeau Hospital in Park Falls on Thursday, March 11, 1999, at the age of 73.
Born in Milwaukee on January 11, 1926, to Herman and Katherine Huebner, he married Florence Jacobs on May 15, 1950, in Lansing, Michigan. A mason in the construction industry and a member of the BAC Union of Wisconsin, he enjoyed hunting and fishing in his free time.
Cremation has taken place.
Mr. Huebner is survived by his wife, Florence, and by special friends Keith and Ellen Gross and family. He was prede-ceased by a brother, Herman.
The Heindl Funeral Home, Phillips, had charge of the arrangements.

Steve Janak
Lifelong Phillips resident Steve T. Janak died Sunday, March 28, 1999, at Howard Young Medical Center in Woodruff at the age of 81.
Born November 11, 1917, in Phillips to Anton and Mary Janak, he served in the US Army during World War II in the European Theater of Action. A member of the D-Day Invasion, he was wounded in action on June 23, 1944, and received the Purple Heart. Following military service he married Kathryn Palko on April 25, 1945, in Indiana, and worked as a logger and dairy farmer for many years as well as assessor for the Town of Worcester for 14 years. A member of Our Lady of the North Catholic Parish, the Frank and Michael Baran VFW Post 5778, the DAV and the Knights of Columbus Council 2963, all of Phillips, he enjoyed the outdoors, especially hunting and fishing, in his free time.
The funeral service was held Wednesday, March 31, at St. Mary's Church with Father Clement Sobr officiating, with interment at St. Patrick's Cemetery.
Mr. Janak is survived by his wife, Kathryn; four sons: Richard (Sylvia), Waukesha; Steve (Lora), Woodruff; and Gary (Patti) and William, both of Phillips; eight grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; and by a sister, Mary (Mrs. Frank) Sagan, a step-sister, Helen Juracka, and a stepbrother, Frank (Alice) Skvarek, all of Chicago, Illinois.
The Heindl Funeral Home, Phillips, was in charge of the arrangements.

Hope McCormick
Kennan resident Hope Melvina McCormick died at Rusk County Memorial Hospital in Ladysmith on Tuesday, March 23, 1999, at the age of 68.
Born in Ogema on December 2, 1930, to Albert and Melvina Gillette, she married John McCormick at the Gillette homestead on November 13, 1948. A member of St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church of Kennan, the couple operated McCormick Trucking in Kennan and she enjoyed flower gardening, her family, traveling, camping and fishing with John.
The funeral was held Saturday, March 27, at St. Paul with Father Dismas Kalcic celebrating the funeral mass. A McCormick Trucking semi-tractor led the funeral procession from the church to the trucking business and around the home and truck yard where all the semis had been arranged facing the driveway with their headlights on, then proceeded to Kennan Cemetery for interment.
Mrs. McCormick is survived by four sons: Michael (Beverly), Robert and Timothy, all of Kennan, and Patrick (Mary) Ca-tawba; a daughter, LuAnn (Mrs. Tom) No-vakovic, Ingram; 11 grandchildren; 4 great-grandchildren; a brother, Oren (Louise), Kennan; and by four sisters: Viola Mabie, Minnesota; Capitola Dibbles, Rhinelander; Doris (Mrs. Richard) Gehring, Hawkins; and Irene (Mrs. Jim) May, Florida. She was predeceased by five sisters, Inez Peterson, Rose Tews, Marian Householder, Elsie Helmick and Pricilla Stoner, and by a grandson, Joseph.
The Heindl Funeral Home, Phillips, was in charge of the arrangements.

John McCormick
Kennan resident John Robert McCormick died at Rusk County Memorial Hospital in Ladysmith on Tuesday, March 23, 1999, at the age of 71.
Born in Milwaukee on July 16,1927, to Leighton and Lillian McCormick, he married Hope Gillette at the Gillette homestead on November 13, 1948. A member of St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church of Kennan and the Father Resmey Knights of Columbus Council 2481 of Ladysmith, the couple operated McCormick Trucking in Kennan and he enjoyed his family, traveling, camping and fishing with Hope.
The funeral was held Saturday, March 27, at St. Paul with Father Dismas Kalcic celebrating the funeral mass. A McCormick Trucking semi-tractor led the funeral procession from the church to the trucking business and around the home and truck yard where all the semis had been arranged facing the driveway with their headlights on, then proceeded to Kennan Cemetery for interment.
Mr. McCormick is survived by four sons: Michael (Beverly), Robert and Timothy, all of Kennan, and Patrick (Mary) Catawba; a daughter, LuAnn (Mrs. Tom) Novakovic, Ingram; 11 grandchildren; 4 great-grandchildren; and by a sister, Ruth Janeczko, Tomahawk. He was predeceased by three sisters, Jane Olson, Joan Rafko and Charlotte Fredrick; and by a grandson, Joseph.
The Heindl Funeral Home, Phillips, was in charge of the arrangements.

Patricia Stevens
Town of Worcester resident Patricia Jean Stevens died at the Flambeau Hospital in Park Falls on Monday, March 29, 1999, at the age of 47.
Born in Chicago, Illinois, on August 4, 1951, to Mark and Jean Clavert, she married Gary Stevens in Woodstock, Illinois, on December 1, 1972. Employed by Phillips Plastics Corporation for the past seven years, she enjoyed camping, her dog, Zack, and working with her horse.
Funeral services will be held Thursday, April 1, at 11 a.m. at the Heindl Funeral Home in Phillips with Rev. Avon Raczkowski of the United Methodist Church officiating. Interment will be at Mt. Auburn Cemetery, Harvard, Illinois. Friends may call at the funeral home after 5 p.m. Wednesday.
Mrs. Stevens is survived by her husband, Gary; her mother, Jean; a sister, Debbie Menge, Pell Lake; and by two nephews. She was predeceased by her father, Mark.
The Heindl Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements.

Leonard Nyberg Sr.
Former Spirit resident Leonard R. Nyberg Sr., Virginia , Minnesota, died Friday, March 26, 1999, at St. Mary's Medical Center in Duluth, Minnesota, at the age of 81.
Born March 27, 1917, in Spirit to John and Annie (Marheine) Nyberg, he grew up in the area and graduated from Spirit Community School. He served in the US Army in World War II and married Margaret Ann Collins in Oberlin, Louisiana, on July 2, 1944. A member of Trinity Lutheran Church, the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, Yoki-Bergman American Leigon Post 220 of Mountain Iron and VFW Post 1539 of Babbitt, he was employed by the Duluth Winnipeg and Pacific, then the Duluth Mesabe and Iron Range railroads, retiring in 1981 after 44 years of service.
Mr. Nyberg is survived by his wife, Margaret; a son, Leonard Jr., Babbitt; three daughters, Winifred (Mrs. Richard) Lierman, Rockford, Illinois; Deborah (Mrs. Darryl) Haugen, Eagan, Minnesota; and Deedra (Mrs. Tim) Whalen, Fargo, North Dakota; 10 grandchildren; a great-granddaughter; three sisters, Alice Jones, Chicago, Illinois; Lillian Olsen, Escanaba, Michigan; and Evelyn Davis, Phillips; and by many nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by two sisters and two brothers.

Helen Polacek
Lifelong Town of Worcester resident Helen R. Polacek died at Pleasant View Nursing Home on Thursday, April 8, 1999, at the age of 81.
Born in Phillips on June 27, 1917, to Harry and Anna Fleitner, she was raised by her father since age 9 after her mother's death. Salutatorian of Phillips High School Class of 1935, she married Peter Polacek at St. Mary's Church in Phillips on November 23, 1937, and the couple operated a dairy farm in the Town of Worcester until their retirement. She was a member of Our Lady of the North Catholic Parish and of the Catholic Daughters and served on the election board for the Town of Worcester for many years. She enjoyed her family and friends, cooking for weddings,square dancing, playing cards, gardening and quilting in her free time.
Funeral services were held Monday, April 12, at St. Mary's Church with Father Clement Sobr celebrating the funeral mass. Interment was at. St. Patrick's Cemetery.
Mrs. Polacek is survived by six children, James (Jean), Marilyn, Shirley (Mrs. Kevin) Hemp and William (Sue), all of Phillips; Edward (Betty), Appleton, and Diane (Mrs. Wayne) Morey, Brantwood; 22 grandchildren, 9 great-grandchildren and 2 great-great-grandchildren; and by a sister Verona Sir, Phillips. She was predeceased by her husband, Peter, on December 5, 1986; a brother, Charles; and by a sister, Louise Sir.
The Heindl Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements.

Melvin Strutz
Minocqua resident Melvin C. Strutz died Sunday, April 11, 1999, at Howard Young Medical Center in Woodruff at the age of 68.
A memorial service was held Wednesday at the Schmidt-Bartelt Funeral Home in Menomonee Falls.
Mr. Strutz is survived by three daughters: Faye Sadlon, San Clemente, California; Gale Strutz, Waukesha; and Patricia (Mrs. Joel) Stoller, Menomonee Falls; five grandchildren; a great-grandchild; and by his mother, Lilas Strutz, Appleton. He was predeceased by his father and by a brother, Gerald.
The Bolger Funeral Home, Minocqua, served the family locally.

Luann Wergeland
Former Phillips resident Luann Wergeland died on Thursday, April 1, 1999, after a lengthy illness at age 63.
Born April 19, 1935, in Phillips, to Franklin and Gladys Lillie, she attended area schools and was a teacher at E.O. Green School in Oxnard.
Interment will be at Lakeside Cemetery, Phillips.
Mrs. Wergeland is survived by a son, Chad, Ventura, California, and a daughter, Kara Hebert, Camarillo, California. She was predeceased by her parents and by a son, Leith. 


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