Lois T. Jaglinski, 80, of Butternut, died Monday, Feb. 7, 2000, at
St. Joseph's Hospital, Marshfield.
Services were held Thursday, Feb. 10, at Immaculate Conception Catholic
Church, Butternut; Father James Jackson officiating.
Parish prayer vigil and Knights of Columbus services were held Wednesday,
Feb. 9, at the Novitzke Funeral Home, Park Falls.
Burial was in St. Cecelia Cemetery, Butternut.
She was born July 21, 1919, in Big Bay, MI. Her parents were Einus
and Altie (McIntyre) Hagan.
She moved to Park Falls after graduating from Hurley High School.
She worked for Rabenowich Clothing Department Store in Park Falls and
was a homemaker and farmer.
She married Charles Jaglinski Dec. 30, 1943, in Butternut. He preceded
her in death in 1996.
She was a member of the Butternut Homemakers Club and of the Christian
Women of Immaculate Conception Catholic Church. She was a long-time catechist
at the church.
She was a very avid card player.
She is survived by a son, Richard (Sally) Jaglinski of Butternut; four
grandchildren, Peter (Amy) Jaglinski of Wausau, Keith Jaglinski of Hudson,
Brenda (Brian) Mrotek of Phillips and Paul Jaglinski of Wausau; four-great-grandchildren,
Tanner Jaglinski, Bryce Jaglinski, Seth Jaglinski and Kayla Mrotek; five
sisters, Rosemarie Negrini of Ironwood, MI, Agnes Schmitt, Jeanette Prickrel
and Pat (Don) Juhl, all of Milwaukee, and Jean (Laurie) Kivisto of Menomonee,
MI; and by many nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband; a son, Charles
Jr.; three sisters, Edna Mae Hagan, Oddney Anderson and Dorothy Vuchetich;
and a brother, Harvey Hagan.
Thomas Arthur Tapplin, 33, of Coon Rapids, MN, and formerly of Park
Falls, died Friday, Feb. 11, 2000, at Mercy Hopsital, Coon Rapids, MN,
from complications from a snowmobile accident.
Services were held Tuesday, Feb. 15, at St. Anthony's Catholic Church,
Park Falls; Father James Jackson officiating.
Burial was in Nola Cemetery, Park Falls.
He was born July 26, 1966, in Park Falls. His parents are Mike and
the late Beverly (Hoefferle) Tapplin.
He graduated from Park Falls High School in 1984.
He chose a career in over-the-road fiber-optic construction.
Tom was every child's favorite uncle. Many of Tom's nieces and nephews
learned their states by where Uncle Tom was working.
According to Tom's oldest niece, Jennefer, he "lived by the strict
rule of always helping others unselfishly."
Tom settled in Coon Rapids, MN, where he switched careers, becoming
a professional sheet rock worker.
He is survived by his father, who lives in Texas; five brothers, John
of Park Falls, Jeff (Dolly) of Portland, OR, Pat (Cheri) of Troutdale,
OR, Mike (Jennifer) of Oak Grove, MN, and Tim (Deannna) of Elderado; a
sister, Missy (Glen) Balsavich of Park Falls; his maternal grandmother,
Clara (La Verne) Hoefferle of Park Falls; his paternal grandmother, Frankie
Stull of Park Falls; and by many nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins
and many friends.
He was preceded in death by his mather; his maternal grandfater, Elmer
Hoefferle; and his paternal grandfather, John Tapplin.
Alvina Ann Jagielo, 87, of Park Falls, died Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2000,
at ParkManor Nursing Home, Park Falls.
Services will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 26, at St. Anthony's
Catholic CHurch, Park Falls; Father James Jackson officiating.
Visitation if from 9 a.m. until the hour of service on Saturday, Feb.
Burial will be in Nola Cemtery, Park Falls.
She was born Sept. 8, 1912, in Chicago, IL. Her parents were Frank
and Victoria Kiernicki.
She grew up and attended school in Chicago.
She married Walter Jagielo July 11, 1931, in Chicago. He preceded her
in death in 1993.
The couple moved to Park Falls in 1971.
She is survived by a son, Robert (Lorraine) Jagielo of Park Falls;
four grandchildren; three sisters, Anne Smizinski and Florence Smizinski,
both of Arlington Heights, IL, and Sephanie Lewis of Pensacola, FL; and
by many nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband; a sister, Helen
Sobik; and a brother, Edward Kiernicki.
Frances "Bette" Leahy, 79, of Rice Lake, and formerly of Glidden and
Park Falls, died Saturday, Feb. 19, 2000, at Lakeview Medical Center, Rice
Services will be held today, Thursday, Feb. 24, at St. Joseph's Catholic
Church, Rice Lake; Father Kevin Gordon officiating.
Burial will be in Our Lady of Lourdes Cemetery, Dobie, WI.
She was born Nov. 4, 1920, in Superior. Her parents were Hy and Esther
She grew up and attended school in Superior. She graduated from Superior
State Teachers College.
She did her practice teaching, teaching English and French, at Glidden
While in Glidden, she met her husband, "Bob." They were married June
21, 1945. Her husband, Justin "Doc" Leahy, preceded her in death in 1983.
They moved to Milwaukee, where "Bob" pursued his doctorate at Marquette
The couple moved to Park Falls in 1948. Both were active in the community.
They moved to Minnesota in 1957, living and working in the St. Paul
area. She worked at St. Joseph's Hospital.
They moved to Rice Lake in 1972, where she worked as an assistant librarian
at the University of Wisconsin Center-Barron County Campus. She retired
She was very active in the Lakeview Medical Center Auxiliary, serving
as its president for three years.
She is survived by a daughter, Jeanie (Bill) Foshay of Chisago City,
MN; three sons, Thomas (Dianne) Leahy of Woodbury, MN, Patrick (Sue) Leahy
of Cameron and Michael (Donna) Leahy of Charlotte, MI; 10 grandchildren;
and five great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her husband; her parents; two brothers;
and a sister.
Norman L Wehrman, 73, of Butternut, died Thursday, Feb. 17, 2000, at
Flambeau Hospital, Park Falls.
A memorial service was held Monday, Feb. 21, at St. Paul's Lutheran
Church, Butternut; Rev. John A. Dietz officiating.
Burial was in Nola Cemetery, Park Falls, with military rites under
the auspices of Dirrigl-Sawales American Legion Post No. 182 and Heisler-Mockler
Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 6903, both of Park Falls.
He was born Jan. 9, 1927, in Park Falls. His parents were Gustav and
Bernice (Smith) Wehrman.
He grew up and attended school in Park Falls.
He was a U.S. Army Veteran, serving during World War II.
He married Elaine Breitenfeld May 22, 1948, in Butternut.
He worked for the railroad for 18 years and at the Flambeau Paper Mill
for 23 years, until his retirement. He then worked for Palacek Bulldozing.
He was a member of Heisler-Mockler Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No.
6903 of Park Falls.
He is survived by his wife; six daughters, Sandra (George) Kozak and
Renee (Danny) Kundinger, both of Phillips, Pamela (Richard) Koenig of Park
Falls, Debra Kelly of Chippewa Falls, Linda (Steve) Daoust of Long Prairie,
MN, and Brenda (Louis III) Kotora of Fifield; 10 grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren;
a brother, Lawrence Wehrman; and by many nieces, nephews, other relatives
He was preceded in death by his parents; a brother, Curtis, a sister-in-law,
Marie; and a son-in-law, John.
John J. Welk, 58, of Madison, and formerly of Park Falls, died Monday,
Feb. 21, 2000, at his home.
Services will be held at 11:30 a.m. Friday, Feb. 25, at St. Joseph
Catholic Church, Madison; Father Al Ebach officiating.
Visitation is at the church from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. Friday.
He was born Nov. 6, 1941, in Emmons County, ND. His parents were John
and Barbara (Welder) Welk.
He attended Valley City State University in Valley City, ND, and was
a member of the Valley City State University Athletic Hall of Fame.
He married Janet Pfann May 27, 1967, in Casselton, ND.
He spent 18 years in Park Falls, moving with his family to Madison
He was a bank owner and insurance agent, retiring in 1987.
He was a member of St. Joseph Catholic Church.
He is survived by his wife; two daughters, Stacy (Jay) Ferkovich and
Amy Welk; a grandson, Aaron Ferkovich; six brothers, Aloys, Eugene, Leo,
Don, Francis and Herman; two sisters, Sally Ibach and Ann Fitzsimmons.
He was preceded in death by his parents; and three brothers, Clarence,
Alfred and Joe.
Gary "Gus" D. Gustafson, 57, a life-long resident of Superior, died
Monday, March 6, 2000, in Superior.
Services were held at 7 p.m. Wednesday, March 8, at William Downs-LeSage
Funeral Home, Superior; Father Robert Krajewski officiating.
He was born July 23, 1942, in Superior.
He graduated from Superior Central High School in 1960, and from Superior
State University in 1964, earning a degree in history.
He taught junior high school English and history in St. Croix Falls
and Mellen, and coached basketball and baseball.
He was employed by Amsoil of Superior. He was previously employed at
the U.S. Steel Plant in Gary New Duluth and the R.L. Polk Co. for many
He was an avid sports fan, a coach in the Babe Ruth league in Superior,
coach of the Superior Red American Legion team, coach of the Bayside Vipers
and a coach for many years in the Superior Hoop Basketball League.
He was a member of Holy Assumption Catholic Church.
He is survived by his mother, Stella Gustafson of Superior; a brother,
Steven (Jane) Gustafson of Butternut; three sisters, Diane Beecher and
Lynn (Dale) Lund, both of Duluth, MN, and Eileen (David) Larochelle of
Superior; and by several nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his father, Glen N. Gustafson.
Robert William (Bob) Kempkes, 78, of Phillips, died Friday, March 17,
2000, at Pleasant View Nursing Home, Phillips.
Services were held Monday, March 20, at Our Lady of the North, Phillips;
Father John Slowey officiating.
Interment was at St. Patrickís Cemetery, with military rites under
ahe auspices of Frank and Michael Baran Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No.
5778 of Phillips.
He was born Jan. 1, 1922, in Fairbury, NE. His parents were Theodore
and Mary Kempkes.
He attended schools there and attended Creighton University in Omaha,
He served as a seaman in the U.S. Navy during World War II aboard the
USS Meade in the Pacific Theater.
Following the war, he married Nina Kirkwood of Hartford City, IN, and
earned his masterís of education degree at the University of Nebraska.
Education was his passion. He was a teacher and administrator in Nebraska
and in the Wisconsin communities of Barron, Horicon, Randolf, Princeton
and Park Falls.
His favorite pastimes were hunting and fishing. He was a student of
philosophy, mathematics, language, religion, astronomy and other subjects.
In 1970, Bob and Nina moved to Phillips where he became owner-editor
of THE-BEE, a position he maintained until 1980 when he returned to education.
The couple retired to Phillips in 1992.
He was a member of Our Lady of the North Catholic Church and was a
He is survived by his wife, Nina; a son, Ted (Becky) Kempkes of Phillips;
a daughter, Mary (Rick) Vesper of Rice Lake; six grandchildren; and three
Gary Lee "Shakey" Pankratz, 49, of Glidden, died Wednesday, March 15,
2000, at his home.
A memorial service was held Saturday, March 18, at Mercy Church in
Morse; Rev. Michael Zielke officiating.
He was born Feb. 1, 1951, in Park Falls. His parents are Raymond and
Lucille (Griffith) Pankratz.
He graduated from Glidden High School in 1970.
He was a woodsman and logger, and loved hunting, fishing and the outdoors.
He is survived by his special friend and mother of his children, Particia
Zimmerman of Glidden; two children, August Peter Pankratz and Emma Bernice
Pankratz, both of Glidden; his parents; a sister, Pauline Kempf of Oshkosh;
and a nephew, Timothy Kempf of Oshkosh.
Stangl, Anthony L. Stangl died Tuesday, March 14, 2000, at the age
of two months, eight days.
He was born Jan. 6, 2000.
Services were held at St. Bridget of Sweden Church.
Internment was in South Green Lake Cemetery in Minnesota.
He is survived by his parents, George and Diane Stangl of Chisago City,
MN; grandparents, Pat and George Stangl Sr. of Minnesota and Tom and Dolores
Thompson of Park Falls; and by many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.
Lloyd R. Bentz, 77, of Kaiser, MO, and formerly of Butternut, died
Sunday, March 19, 2000, at Boone Hospital Center, Columbia, MO.
Services were held Thursday, March 23, at Phillips Funeral Home, Eldon,
MO; Rev. Kerry Presnell officiating.
Burial was in Hawthorne Cemetery, Jefferson City, MO.
He was born April 6, 1922, in Butternut. His parents were Herman Bentz
and Emma Hett.
He served in the U.S. Army during World War II. He was a member of
the 645th Tank Destroyer 45th Division, M-10 tanks. He served in Italy,
Africa and France.
During the early 1950s, he enjoyed racing stock cars. He was owner
of Bentz Marine, retiring in 1984. After retirement, he pursued his hobby
He married Joy L. McCombs Kohl June 5, 1948, in Rock Falls, IL.
He was a life member of The American Legion, Veterans of Foreign Wars
and Disable American Veterans.
He is survived by his wife; three sons, David (Betty) Bentz of Lake
Ozark, MO, and Donald (Judy) Kohl and Richard (Jeanette) Kohl, both of
Sterling, IL; six grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; a sister, Elain
Balko of Milwaukee; and a brother; Gordon Bentz of Arizona.
Yvonne Brockman, 60, of Cranmoor, died Friday, March 24, 2000, at the
Palliative Care Unit of St. Joseph's Hospital, Marshfield.
Services were held Tuesday, March 28, at St. Alexander Catholic Church,
Port Edwards; Rev. John Swing officiating.
Burial was in Babcock Cemetery.
She was born Feb. 28, 1940, in Park Falls. Her parents were Leonard
and Marian (Pritzl) Dane.
She attended St. Anthony's School and graduated from Park Falls Lincoln
She married Morris Brockman July 11, 1959, at St. Anthony's Catholic
Church, Park Falls.
He was a devoted wife and mother and enjoyed gardening, sewing, quilting
and her grandchldren. She was an active member of the Vesper Crocet Club
for many years and was involved in the Cranmoor Homemakers Club and St.
Elizabeth Altar Society.
She is survived by her husband; five children, Rebecca (Mark) Brockman-Schneider
of Madison, Jennifer (Michael) Sievert of Cottage Grove, Rodney Brockman
of Babcock, Warren (Jennifer) Brockman of Wisconsin Rapids and Adam Brockman
of LaFarge; five grandchildren; two sisters, Janet Seefluth of Park Falls
and Connie (Dennis) Yoerin of New Berlin; and a brother, Dan (Sandy) Dane
of Park Falls.
She was preceded in death by her parents; and a sister, Dolores Griffin.
Katherine E. "Flambeau Kate" Holloway, 89, of Park Falls, died Thursday,
March 23, 2000.
A memorial service will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 13, at First
Congregatonal United Church of Christ, Park Falls.
She was born June 26, 1910, in Park Falls. Her parents were John and
She married Edward Holloway June 10, 1934, in Park Falls, and together
they shared more than 65 years of marriage.
She attended school in Park Falls and was the school's first female
She wrote the Flowage News in The Herald under the name of "Flambeau
Kate." She was a member of the American Red Cross, Eastern Star No. 702,
and the Mercer Sno-Goers.
She attended all Packer games for 30 years.
She is survived by a daughter, Kathy Walker of Park Falls; a son, Dan
(Diane) of Madison; five grandchildren; and seven great-grandchldren.
She was preceded in death by her husband.
Memorials may be made to the family.
Schutz, Edward C. Schutz, 76, of Brighton, MI, died Thursday, March
23, 2000, at McPherson Hospital, Howell, MI.
Services were held Monday, March 27, at St. Patrick's Catholic Church;
Rev. Bob Pienta officiating. Burial was in Calvary Cemetery.
He was born May 2, 1923, in Park Falls. His parents were Louis and
Jenny (Holmes) Schutz.
He married Dorothy Ann Hanlon July 30, 1949, in Detroit, MI.
He served in the U.S. Army, 513 Regiment, 17th Airborne, as a paratrooper,
making 13 jumps. He received the Purple Heart.
He earned his bachelor's degree at Ripon College, his master's if guidance
counseling at the University of Michigan and his master's of science at
Rennesslear Polytechnic Institute in Troy, NY.
He taught science at Brighton area schools for 42 years, retiring in
He was a member of St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Father Leo J. McCann
Council No. 7304 of the Knights of Columbus and Jesse B. Cooley American
Legion Post No. 235.
He is survived by his wife; three daughters, Anne Zemke of Lakeland,
MI, Mary Ellen Schutz of Madison and Barbara Schutzgruber of Ann Arbor,
MI; a son, Lawrence Schutz of Hartland, MI; and 13 grandchldren.
He was preceded in death by tow sisters; two brothers; a son, Michael
L. Schutz in 1973; and a grandson.
Wall, William L. Wall, 85, of Green Bay, and formerly of Park Falls,
died Tuesday, March 21, 2000.
A memorial service was held Friday, March 24, at Cotter Funeral Home,
De Pere; Rev. Robert Laubenstein officiating.
He was born April 1, 1914, in Kansas City, MO. His parents were William
and Geraldine (Braymer) Wall.
He grew up and attended school in Tulsa, OK.
He moved to Chicago, where he continued his education at Armour Institute
and Northwestern University.
He married Dorothy Brune Dec. 10, 1936, in Chicago.
He was employed by Edward Hines Lumber Co. for over 40 years, which
took him to many parts of Wisconsin, including Park Falls. He retired in
While in Park Falls, he served as president of the Park Falls Lions
Club, was a member of the school board and served on the hospital board.
He was active with Boy Scouts and in community development.
He was a member of First Church of Christ Scientist.
He was an avid golfer and enjoyed bowling and watching the Chicago
White Sox and Green Bay Packers.
He is survived by his wife; a daughter, Geraldine (John) Jirikovec
of Green Bay; a son, Bill (Loretta) Wall of Holland, MI; three grandchldren;
a sister, Gerre Lee McCarty of Fort Lauderdale, FL; and by nieces, nephews,
other relatives and friends.
Harvey Peter Engeldinger, 66, of Park Falls, died suddenly Friday,
April 21, 2000, at Flambeau Hospital, Park Falls.
Services were held Tuesday, April 25, at the Novitzke Funeral Home
Chapel, Park Falls; Deacon Chet Ball officiating.
Burial was at Butternut Union Cemetery, with military rites under the
auspices of Butternut American Legion Post No. 272.
He was born Aug. 18, 1933, in Park Falls. His parents were Alfred and
Mary (Manderfled) Engeldinger.
He moved to Butternut at an early age and attended school there.
He moved back to Park Falls in 1951 and was employed at the Fifield
He served in the U.S. Army from 1956 to 1958.
After service, he returned to Park Falls. He was employed at St. Croix
of Park Falls until semi-retirement in 1997.
He married Verna Andrus Oct. 2, 1965, in Park Falls.
He is survived by his wife; a daughter, Mary Tallman of Phillips; two
grandchildren; a sister, Marion Lind of Shoreview, MN; and by numerous
nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.
He was preceded in death by his parents; an infant son; a brother,
Russell; and a sister, Adeline Richter.
Nora C. Golomb, 82, of Butternut, died Tuesday, April 18, 2000, at
Park Manor Nursing Home, Park Falls.
Services were held Saturday, April 22, at St. Paul's Lutheran Church,
Butternut; Rev. John A. Deitz officiating.
Burial was in Butternut Union Cemetery.
She was born Aug. 30, 1917, in Butternut and was a life-long resident
of Butternut. Her parents were William and Augusta (Scherwinski) Hamann.
She was a graduate of Butternut High School.
She married Joseph Golomb May 25, 1936. He preceded her in death in
A homemaker, she worked for St. Croix Rod Company for over 25 years,
and worked at several resorts on the Turtle-Flambeau Flowage.
She is survived by six children, James (Judy) Golomb and Margaret Golomb,
both of Park Falls, Carol Myers of Sussex, Patricia Anderson of Oshkosh,
Josephine (Irvin) Henriksen of Butte des Morts and John (Patt) Golomb of
Butternut; 10 grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; a sister, Ida Klein
of California; three brothers, William Hamann of Illinois, Walter (Edna)
Hamann of Butternut and Ted Hamann of Park Falls; and by many nieces, nephews,
other relatives and friends.
She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband; a granddaughter;
a grandson; three sisters, Marie, Esther and Amanda; and three brothers,
Otto, Art and Carl.
John G. "Jack" Lauer, 81, of Northbrook, IL, died Sunday, April 16,
Services were held Wednesday, April 19, at St. Norbert Church, Northbrook.
Internment was in All Saints Cemetery.
His parents were Harry and Ann (Doyle) Lauer.
He worked for Illinois Bell for 40 years, retiring as a construction
He lived in Northbrook for 52 years and served St. Norbert Parish as
president of the Holy Name Society and head usher. He was active in fundraising
for construction of a new church in the early 1960's.
He is survived by three daughters, Mary (David) Boettcher of Fifield,
Kathleen (John) Trulson and Christina (Jeffrey) Paul; three sons, Dennis
(Jean) Lauer, Terrence (Stepheny) Lauer and John (Marsha) Lauer; 14 grandchildren;
and three great-grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by his parents; his wife, Jeranne E. (Dwyer)
Lauer; and a brother, Harry Lauer;
Gerald "Farmer" Neeck, 72, of Park Falls, died Saturday, April 22,
2000, at Flambeau Hospital, Park Falls.
Services will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday, April 29, at St. Anthony's
Catholic Church, Park Falls.
Visitation is from 9 to 10 a.m. Saturday at the church.
Burial of cremains will be in Nola Cemetery, Park Falls.
He was born Dec. 13, 1927, in Park Falls. His parents were Samuel and
Amelia (Trudeau) Neeck.
He married Elizabeth "Betty" Herbst June 30, 1951, at St. Anthony's
Catholic Church, Park Falls.
He was employed at Sam Neeck and Sons as a bricklayer.
He was a member of Dirrigl-Sawales American Legion Post No. 182 and
Heisler-Mockler Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 6903, both of Park Falls.
He is survived by his wife; a daughter, Marian (Wolfgang) Fluegge of
Malente, Germany; two grandchildren; a brother, Herman (Shirley) Neeck
of Park Falls; a sister, Virginia (John) Johnson of Phillips; and by numerous
nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his parents; a twin sister, Geraldine Benedict;
and two brothers, Leland and Samuel Neeck.
Mary E. Nelson, 89, of Park Falls, died Sunday, April 23, 2000, at
Flambeau Hospital Park Falls.
Graveside services will be held at 2 p.m. today, Thursday, April 27,
at Pleasant Plain Cemetery near Chetek and Cameron; Pastor Keith Ruehlow
She was born Feb. 23, 1911, in Maple Grove Township near Chetek. Her
parents were Eric and Hattie (Schaaf) Saastad.
She was a homemaker all her life and enjoyed traveling extensively
with her husband, Oscar, before his death in 1979, and later with her brother,
John Saastad, until his death.
She is survived by nieces, nephews, friends and other relatives.
She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband; and her brother.
A memorial service for Frances Niehoff will be held at 3 p.m. Saturday,
April 29, at the Novitzke Funeral Home Chapel, Park Falls; Rev. Richard
She died Sunday, Feb. 6, 2000, at Park Manor Nursing Home, Park Falls,
at the age of 83.
Private burial was at Nola Cemetery, Park Falls.
She was born June 11, 1916, in Billings, MT. Her parents were Derk
and Ann Vanderlaan.
She married Jack Niehoff June 25, 1937, in Chicago, IL. He preceded
her in death in 1998.
The couple moved to Park Falls in 1983.
She is survived by three children, Marilyn (Richard) Madden of Pinetop,
AZ, Jack (Nancy) Niehoff of Park Falls and Shirley (Robert) Levine of Tullahoma,
TN; six grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; two sisters, Mary Ditchman
of Evergreen Park, IL, and Nellie Ridderhoff of Tinly Park, IL; and by
many nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
She was preceded in death by her husband; and by two brothers.