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DAVID A. WALLIN, 60, died January 12th, 2017
DAVID A. WALLIN, age 60, of Greenwood, WI, passed away peacefully at his home on Thursday, January 12, 2017 with his family by his side.

A Celebration of Life will be held at 12pm on Saturday, January 21, 2017 at Parkway Pines Supper Club in Greenwood, with Rev. Brian Campbell officiating.

There will be a visitation held from 11am until the service.

David Allen Wallin was born on October 6, 1956 in Rockford, IL, to Wayne and Jacqueline (Snyder) Wallin. He graduated from Rolling Meadows High School in Rolling Meadows, IL, and then went on to the Univeristy of Akron, in Akron, OH, where he graduated with a degree in Marketing. Following graduation, he worked for Eaton Corporation as a salesman for 19 years. Afterward, he worked for Hedtke, Inc., and later was self-employed. David was united in marriage to Patricia J. Walsh on June 12, 2010 at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Inver Grove Heights, MN. He retired in 2014.
He had many interests, but especially enjoyed fishing, blues music, traveling to Florida, and spending time at his cabin, located on Mead Lake in Greenwood, WI.

He will be dearly missed by his wife, Patty, of Greenwood, WI; his children: Jenna Wallin (Seth Detjens) of St. Paul, MN, Nick Wallin (Marnie Plunkett) of St. Paul, MN; his mother: Jacqueline Wallin of Jackson, TN; his step-children: Phil (Erin) Ellsworth of Oak Creek, WI, Jon Ellsworth (Shelly Annett) of Mankato, MN; 2 brothers: Robert (Nancy) Wallin of Nekoosa, WI, Bruce (Liz) Wallin of Rockford, IL; one sister: Deb Wallin (Dedra Stewart) of Houston, TX; nieces, nephews, other relatives and many friends.

He was preceded in death by his father.

Online condolences may be expressed at www.cuddiefh.com.

Cuddie Funeral Home, of Greenwood, is assisting the family with arrangements.
MARLIN R. "COON" SCHMITZ, 84, died January 8th, 2017
MARLIN R. "COON" SCHMITZ, age 84, of Granton, WI, passed away at Gunderson Lutheran Medical Center in La Crosse, WI, on Sunday, January 8, 2017.

Funeral services will be held at 11am on Saturday, January 14, 2017 at St. Anthony Catholic Church, in Loyal, WI. Rev. Steve Brice will officiate and burial will follow in St. Anthony Catholic Cemetery. Pallbearers will be his grandchildren: Craig Naedler, Eric Naedler, Bryce Wurm, Justin Schmitz, Brandon Schmitz and Melissa, Schmitz. Military rites will be conducted by the Loyal American Legion Post 175.

Visitation will be held at the church, on Saturday, from 9am until time of service.

Marlin Ray Schmitz was born on December 27, 1932 on the home farm in the Town of York, Clark County, WI, the son of William and Adelia (Kopf) Schmitz. He was raised on the family farm, received his education at Heathville School, and attended Loyal High School. After completing his education, Marlin worked on the railroad and drove truck for Glen Roehl Trucking for a few years. He was inducted into the U.S. Army on March 26, 1953 and served until his honorable discharge on March 17, 1955. Marlin returned to Clark County and farmed with his brother, Leroy. He was united in marriage to Virginia M. Wolf on May 30, 1959 at St. Anthony Catholic Church in Loyal, WI. Marlin farmed his entire life in Clark County, retiring in 1997. In addition to farming, he also held other jobs, including, working at Ploman Sawmill, in Chili, WI, seasonally in the cranberry marshes near Nekoosa, and for his son, Mark, at Country Builders, in Spencer.

He was a member of St. Anthony Catholic Church, a former member of St. Stephen Catholic Church in Chili, a member of the Loyal American Legion Post 175, the VFW, and the National Farmers Organization.

Marlin had many interests, but especially loved spending time with his family and friends, playing cards, throwing horseshoes, traveling, shooting pool, and cutting firewood.

He will be dearly missed by his wife, Virginia; 5 children: Janeen (Rodney) Naedler of Granton, Mark (Kelly) Schmitz of Spencer, Kay (Russ) Wurm of Potter, WI, Terry Schmitz (Virginia Foster) of Neillsville, Dean Schmitz (Lisa Delis) of Granton, WI; 15 grandchildren; 9 great-grandchildren; one brother: Gary Schmitz of Spencer, WI; several nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

He was preceded in death by his parents; one grandson: Joshua Schmitz on December 26, 2006; one sister: Shirley Tesmer; and 2 brothers: Russell "Bud" and Leroy Schmitz.

Online condolences may be expressed at www.cuddiefh.com.

Cuddie Funeral Home, of Loyal, is assisting the family with arrangements.
Carol Ayers , 82, died January 6th, 2017
Carol Ayers died on January 6, 2017 of heart and kidney failure. She was 82 years old.

Carol Jean (Thompson) Ayers was born February 23, 1934, one of seven children raised in Neillsville by Forest and Isabelle (Skar) Thompson. Growing up during World War II, Carol was part of the gang of neighborhood kids who formed the 32nd Division of 9th Street and played army among the rocks of O’Neill Creek. At eight years old, she was formally inducted into their Nurses Corps and “tended the wounded” with tiny doses of brown sugar – a rare and rationed item in that era.
In high school, Carol learned Latin, played French horn, and graduated valedictorian in 1952. She became a registered nurse and began her career at Luther Hospital in Eau Claire. In 1956, Carol married Donald Ayers, a childhood friend and neighbor from East 9th Street. They raised 3 children. As the family grew and moved, she continued her vocation in Tomah, Superior, Spooner, and Neillsville. She was a compassionate nurse and loyal care-giver, dedicating over a decade to care for her own aging parents later in life back on East 9th Street.

Carol is survived by 3 children all living in Alaska: James, Jean and Darrel; 2 grandchildren: Patrick in Athens, Georgia, and Tiffany in Fairbanks, Alaska; and one great-granddaughter, Anya, in Fairbanks, Alaska.
She is also survived by two sisters and a brother: Dorothy Jacoby, Marie Henning, and Glenn Thompson, all of Neillsville, as well as many nieces, nephews and cousins.

Carol was preceded in death by her parents, Forest and Isabelle, and three brothers: Norman Thompson (Neillsville); Charles Thompson (Eau Claire); and Phillip Thompson (Rockford, IL).

Carol was a kind, generous, and gentle spirit--with a fierce faith. She was devoted to family, friends and God, and her home was open to all: the dining room bursting with people sipping coffee, playing cards, dice, or board games. She enjoyed reading, bird-watching, singing, gardening, crossword and jigsaw puzzles.
Carol exemplified the qualities of the “Greatest Generation” – integrity, strength of character, can-do, make-do attitude, and humor and compassion in the face of adversity. She will be dearly missed.

Services will be held on January 13, 2017 at 11 AM in the Bible Baptist church in Neillsville. A marker and ashes will be placed in Columbia Cemetery in summer or fall. In lieu of flowers, please consider donating to the American Heart Association, Disabled American Vets, or the Clark County Humane Society.
Richard E. Buchholz, 84, died January 2nd, 2017
Richard Buchholz, age 84, of Neillsville, WI died January 2, 2017 at the Stoney River Memory Care Center in Marshfield, WI.

Richard Earl Buchholz was born on March 13, 1932 in Neillsville, WI the son of Fred and Mabel (Morse) Buchholz. He was a life-long resident of Clark County as he grew up in the town of Weston and attended Christie area schools He married Viola (Free) Buchholz on November 1, 1952 at the York Center United Methodist Church. They lived in the Christie area and farmed on the Buchholz family farm.

Richard was a member of the Neillsville Men’s Club. His passion in life was farming and he enjoyed playing baseball, softball, hunting and fishing.

He is survived by four children, Roger (Joan), Dennis (Judy), Randy and Becky all of Neillsville, six grandchildren, eight great grandchildren, four sisters, Leona Mueller, Martha (Leland) Appleyard, Alice (Gerald) Smith, Caroline (Larry) Spaete and a brother, Arnold (Eileen) Buchholz.

He was preceded in death by his wife, Viola, a son, Fredrick, his parents, a brother Fredrick and a brother-in-law, Arnold Mueller.

A Memorial Service for Richard will be held at 11:00 a.m., Friday, January 6, 2017 at the York Center United Methodist Church. Pastor Michael Carlson will officiate. Interment will be in the Marie Louise Chapel Cemetery at a later date.

Visitation will be from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m., Thursday at the Gesche Funeral Home and from 10:00 to 11:00 a.m., Friday at the Church.

Online Condolences may be made at www.geschefh.com.

The Gesche Funeral Home is assisting Richard’s family with Funeral arrangements.
Charles Edward Counsell , 80, died January 1st, 2017
Charles Edward Counsell passed away on January 1, 2017.

He was born September 19, 1936 to Marvin J. Counsell and Helen Wilke Counsell. After graduating from Casmir Pulaski High School, Milwaukee, Wis., he enlisted in the United States Army and served at the Chinon Army Engineer Depot, France, from 1955 to 1957. Following the United States Army, he attended Marquette University.
In 1959 he married Dorothy Suelflow. They had two children a son, Jon, married to Julie, and a daughter, Jill, married to Rob Schuettpelz. His marriage to Dorothy ended in 1987. His second marriage was with Marlene Mellin. He later married Mary Kurutz, in 1997.

He is survived by his wife, Mary, his two children, and his grandchildren Kate and Andrey Schuettpelz as well as numerous nieces and nephews.

He is preceded in death by his parents Helen and Marvin Counsell, his sister Joan Raebel and brother David Counsell.

As someone who could never sit still, he started his working career with numerous odd jobs, with his first steady job as a truck driver for United Parcel Service. In 1969 with then wife Dorothy, and his sister Joan Raebel, and brother in law, Richard Raebel, he formed Rae-Con Farms and raised veal calves. The business grew in size, raising over 6000 calves per year. When the veal business took a downturn in the early 1980’s, Charlie returned to truck driving putting on millions of miles “over the road.” Tiring of the road, he switched gears and purchased the “Cozy Kitchen” restaurant in Neillsville. After operating the restaurant for several years, he returned to the lure of the open road. He drove tanker truck for Grassland Dairy making numerous runs to Hershey, Penn., often returning with chocolate for friends and family. After several other trucking jobs, he retired with wife Mary. Not being able to sit still and never afraid of work, retirement did not last long. Charlie started working part time jobs, including a long stint working at the B&F Machine Shop, Neillsville. Another part time job, at the U.S. Post Office, turned into a full time job as a rural route mail carrier. He enjoyed talking with the people on his route, going the extra mile to help them when needed, and always had a treat for the dogs. He continued his full time work ethic, retiring from the Post Office at age 79.
He enjoyed travelling with his wife Mary, even after all the truck driving. He continued with trips throughout the United States. His love of the outdoors led him to travel over 35 times to Quetico Provincial Park, Canada, with friends and family for wilderness canoeing and camping. His longest and most eventful trip was to Russia for the adoption of his two grandchildren. Charlie will be remembered for his hard work, love of animals and nature, love of people and his kind heart.

Friends and family of Charlie are invited to join in a celebration of his life at the Wildcat Inn, Neillsville, on Saturday January 21, 2017 from 11:00am to 2:00pm.
Jane M. Kissling, 88, died January 1st, 2017
Jane Kissling, age 88, of Neillsville, WI died Sunday, January 1, 2017 at the Care & Rehab – Neillsville Center.

Jane Marie Kissling was born on November 21, 1928 in Janesville, WI the daughter of George E. and Irma (Rowe) Pepper. She graduated from Neillsville High School and later was united in marriage to Ernest D. Kissling in June of 1950.

She loved cats and she enjoyed bowling and knitting in her spare time.

She is survived by a son, Michael (Patricia) Kissling of Neillsville, WI, a granddaughter, Cassandra (James) Jones of Wasilla, AK, two brothers, George A. “Red” (Loreeta) Pepper of Rapid City, SD and Wayne (Barbara) Pepper of Janesville, WI and numerous nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Ernest, her parents, a daughter, Vicki Kissling, two sisters, Elizabeth “Betty” Kapfer and Shirley M. (Willie) Murphey.

Visitation for Jane will be held from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m., Saturday, January 7, 2017 at the Gesche Funeral Home in Neillsville. As per Jane’s wishes there will be no funeral service. Interment will be in the Town of Grant Cemetery at a later date.

In lieu of flowers memorials may be directed to the Clark County Humane Society, PO Box 127, Neillsville, WI 54456

Online Condolences may be made at www.geschefh.com.

The Gesche Funeral Home is assisting Jane’s family with Funeral arrangements.
Vivian E. Bohnsack, 86, died December 30th, 2016
Vivian Bohnsack, age 86, of Neillsville, WI died Friday, December 30, 2016 at the Care & Rehab – Neillsville Center.

Vivian Elaine Hemp was born on June 2, 1930 in Neillsville the daughter of Leo and Clara (Poppe) Hemp. She graduated from Neillsville High School and then worked at the Neillsville Bank. She was united in marriage to Lawrence Bohnsack on October 6, 1951 at the Immanuel Evangelical Lutheran Church in Globe. Following their wedding, they farmed north of Neillsville. After Lawrence’s death in 1987, Vivian moved sold the farm and moved to Neillsville. Shortly thereafter she began working at Mary Lou’s restaurant baking pies.

Vivian was a member of St. John’s Evangelical Lutheran Church, their ladies aid and their OWL’s league in Neillsville. She was also a member of the Happy Homemaker’s Club in Christie. Her spare time was spent volunteering. She volunteered for the Hospital Auxiliary and she spent many hours volunteering at the hospital and nursing home as a Grey Lady assisting the residents.

She is survived by two daughters, Joan (Roger) Buchholz of Christie, WI and Karen (Dennis) Radue of Hewett, WI. Five Grandchildren, Alan Buchholz, Candi (Dale) Shirk, Laura (Dan) Greene, Zach (fiancé Allyson Kytta) Radue and Karina Radue. She is also survived by four Great Grandchildren, Abigail Shirk, Megan Shirk, Katrina Shirk and Caleb Shirk.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Lawrence, her Parents, one Grandchild, Brian and two Great Grandchildren, Alexander and Michael.

Funeral Services for Vivian will be held at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, January 3, 2016 at St. John’s Evangelical Lutheran Church in Neillsville. Pastor Timothy Biebert will officiate. Interment will be in the Marie Louise Chapel Cemetery in Christie, WI.

Visitation will be from 10:00 to 11:30 a.m., Tuesday at the Church.

Casket Bearers are:

Online Condolences may be made at www.geschefh.com.

The Gesche Funeral Home is assisting Vivian’s family with Funeral arrangements.
ARDITH M. DOMINE, 84, died December 29th, 2016
ARDITH M. DOMINE, age 84, of Loyal, WI, passed away at Gunderson Lutheran Medical Center, in La Crosse, WI, on Thursday, December 29, 2016.

Funeral services will be held at 11am on Friday, January 6, 2017 at St. Anthony Catholic Church, in Loyal. Fr. Steve Brice will officiate and burial will follow in St. Anthony Catholic Cemetery.
There will be no visitation prior to the service.

Ardith Marie Wolfe was born on October 6, 1932 in the Town of Beaver, rural Loyal. She was raised on the family farm and received her education in the Town of Beaver, graduating from Loyal High School in 1950. Ardith was united in marriage on July 1, 1953 to Edward J. Domine, Jr. at St. Anthony Catholic Church, in Loyal. They moved to Milwaukee where she worked as a beautician and was a volunteer at the Children's Hospital. In 1963, they purchased the Ever Breeze Resort on Pike Lake, near Park Falls, WI, which they operated until 1968. They sold the resort and moved back to Loyal, so Ardith could be a full-time mother. They continued to reside in Loyal until moving to Marshfield in 2014 and then to La Crosse to live with their granddaughter, Ashley, in October 2016.

Ardith had many interests, but especially loved spending time with her family, doing volunteer work, traveling, playing cards, bingo, and going to the casino.
She was a member of St. Anthony Catholic Church and its PCCW.

Ardith will be dearly missed by her granddaughter: Ashley (Orey) Eckes and their two children, Easton and Dekker Eckes, of La Crosse; 2 brothers: Robert (Laura) Wolfe of Colby, WI, Ronald Wolfe of Loyal, WI; 3 nieces: Rachel Wolfe of Colby, WI, Kayla (Damon) Pieper of Dorchester, WI, Nancy (Rod) Delo of Loyal, WI; one nephew: Jason (Melissa) Wolfe of Plover, WI; other relatives and friends.

She was preceded in death by his parents: her husband, Ed, on November 19, 2016; one daughter: Tracy R. Domine on May 8, 2008; and 3 brothers: Verlyn, Tom and Richard Wolfe.

Online condolences may be expressed at www.cuddiefh.com.

Cuddie Funeral Home, of Loyal, is assisting the family with arrangements.
JOHN P. BRISKI, 82, died December 27th, 2016
JOHN P. BRISKI, age 82, of Greenwood, WI, died on Tuesday, December 27, 2016 at St. Joseph's Hospital in Marshfield.

Funeral services will be held at 11am on Saturday, December 31, 2016 at St. Mary's Catholic Church, in Greenwood, with Fr. Steve Brice officiating.

Visitation will be held at the church, on Saturday, from 9:30am until time of service. Burial will follow in St. Mary's Catholic Cemetery with military rites conducted by the Greenwood American Legion Post 238. Pallbearers will be his grandsons: Jeremy, Christopher and Cory Lindgren, Kyle and Tony Briski, and Resse and Tyson Smith.

John Peter Briski was born on May 22, 1934 in the Township of Mead, rural Greenwood, the son of Matt and Katarina (Zagar) Briski. John was the youngest of fourteen children, seven sons and seven daughters. As a youngster, he was interested in music and singing. He played trombone in the high school band and liked all types of music. His favorite were polkas and waltzes and enjoyed dancing to such. John in his earlier years, was an assistant projectionist at the Ritz Theatre in Greenwood, and an assistant bookkeeper for Plautz Brothers Construction Co. in Willard, WI.
A 1952 graduate of Greenwood High School, he attended Wisconsin State University of Eau Claire and received a Bachelor of Science degree. He was united in marriage to the former Florence Przybylski on October 13, 1956 at St. Hedwig's Catholic Church, in Thorp. John was drafted in the US Army on June 6, 1957 and received his basic training at Fort Hood, Texas. A member of the 41st Infantry, he was stationed the majority of the time at Neu Ulm, Germany, whereas, he had the opportunity to attend the World's Fair in Brussels, Belgium. He made numerous excursions to Italy, including the Vatican, Switzerland, the Netherlands, France, Austria and numerous other countries, including visiting his maternal and paternal relatives, in which was Communist Yugoslavia, in 1958. In Croatia, he went to Zagreb, its capital and Delnice, where his parents were born. He received his honorable discharge as Specialist 4th Class at Fort Sheridan, Illinois on May 20, 1959. Following his discharge, he and his wife lived in Withee, WI. He taught 34 years, the majority in the Owen-Withee School District. John retired from teaching in 1990, and he and Florence moved to Greenwood in 2002, after her retirement from a banking career of 30 years.

He and his wife celebrated 50 years of marriage in 2006 by going on a European trip, which took them to Poland, the Czech Republic, Austria and Germany. A few years later, another trip was taken overseas to enjoy the sights of Italy and its history. In October of 2016, they celebrated 60 years of marriage with their immediate family.
As a naturalist, John loved nature in its fullest and saw great beauty in the four seasons. He always looked forward, in great anticipation, to spring, with the arrival of migrating birds. He enjoyed watching the Milwaukee Brewers and was a devout fan of the Packers. Another joy was being with his family, 10 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren, and the many parties, games and family picnics. He also enjoyed putting a polka tape in the car cassette player for the "teenager" to enjoy when borrowing grandpa's car. John took pleasure also in traveling through the states, casinos and eating out. In eating out, the grandchildren, and even the great grandchildren, helped spend the "Red Lobster" certificates that were given as gifts by ordering lobster and crab legs.

He was a member of St. Mary's Catholic Church and the Holy Name Society, where he was a greeter, gift bearer, choir member, and helped with the selling of the dinner tickets for the Annual Turkey Meal at St. Mary's Church. He was a bass singer with the Holy Rosary Polka Choir of Owen. In 1996, John and Florence established the "Holy Rosary Bucket Raffle" and continued with it for 7 years until they moved to Greenwood. Several thousands of dollars were made over the years.

Survivors include his wife, Florence, of Greenwood; daughters: Debra (Paul) Pernsteiner of Medford, Michelle (Jeff) Lindgren of Eau Claire, Barbara (Michael) Smith of Marshfield; son: Mark (Diane) Briski of Eau Claire; grandchildren: Jeremy, Jessica, Christopher, Resse, Kyle, Cory, Tyson, Tony, Carmen, and Kelsey; great grandchildren: Dylan, Madysen and Cayden; one brother: Robert (Taimi) Briski of Greenwood; one sister: Dolores Lendosky of Greenwood; sisters-in-law: Della Briski of Altoona, Vivian Briski of Greenwood; nieces, nephews, other relatives and many friends.

He was preceded in death by his parents; brothers: Matt Jr., Tony, Frank, Ted and Albert; and sisters: Mary Malnar, Elizabeth Stimac, Julia Vivoda, Rose Malaszuk, Angeline and Kay Gulczinski.

In lieu of flowers, the family asks that memorials be given in John's name to St. Mary's Fund.
Marcella “Sally” Kehoss, 71, died December 25th, 2016
Marcella “Sally” Mary Kehoss, aged 71, died on Christmas Day, Sunday, December 25, 2016, at her home.

Sally was born in Milwaukee on July 12, 1945. She spent her childhood in West Allis, Wisconsin, graduating from Pius XI Catholic High School in Milwaukee in 1963. She was a lifelong lover of reading and books, and she completed her degree in Library Science from University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point in 1989. She raised her children, Brian Van Hine and Terri (nee Stelzer) Vollrath while living on a small hobby farm in the Town of Seif. On the farm, she raised chickens, pigs and horses and cultivated a huge garden with her family. She served as the elected Treasurer for the Town of Seif for several terms in the late 1980s and early 1990s. In the mid 1990s she met and married Dennis Kehoss, and together they moved to Las Vegas, Nevada, where they lived until Dennis passed away in 2012. After his death she moved back to Neillsville, where she lived with her special friend, Stan Pekol until her death.

She is survived by her son, Brian Van Hine of Las Vegas, Nevada, her daughter Terri (Mark) Vollrath of Colby, her granddaughters Valerie Van Hine and Olivia Vollrath. She is also survived by her sister, Patricia “Pat” (James) Lord of Neillsville, John “Jack” (Shirley) Dwyer of Jefferson, Texas, Valentine “Val” (Margaret) Dwyer of Oconomowoc, and countless nieces and nephews across the country.

She was preceded in death by her husband Dennis Kehoss, her sister Mary (Eddy) Komorowski , and her parents, Marcella (nee Juenemann) Dwyer and John Dwyer.

A Celebration of Life will be held at Gesche Funeral Home in Neillsville on Monday, January 2nd, 2017, at 2 pm. Reverend Doug Bjerke will officiate.

Visitation will be on the same day from 1 pm until time of service.

Online Condolences may be made at www.geschefh.com.

The Gesche Funeral Home is assisting Sally’s family with Funeral arrangements.
Sue Bergemann, 68, died December 15th, 2016
Sue Bergemann, age 68, of Neillsville, WI died Thursday, December 15, 2016 at her home.

Sue Ellen Bergemann was born on April 22, 1948 in Neillsville, WI the daughter of Thomas and Lorraine (Buchsteiner) Flynn. She attended St. John’s Lutheran School and graduated from Neillsville High School in 1966. After her schooling, she worked at the IDS Center in Minneapolis. Sue was then united in marriage to John Bergemann. After their wedding, they moved near Boston, MA while John was stationed in the Navy. When they returned to Wisconsin they lived in Milwaukee where Sue worked for Columbia St. Mary’s Hospital. Sue and John moved back to Neillsville where Sue worked several jobs some of which included a receptionist for Dr. Daniel Schield, whom she had a wonderful working relationship, Russell’s Hardware & Furniture Store, the Clark County Courthouse and for many years at the Marshfield Clinic. She retired from the Clinic in 2014.

Sue was a kind-hearted, loving, hard-working woman who was always willing to help someone out or lend a hand wherever it was needed. She was a volunteer for the local American Red Cross Blood Mobile. Sue loved her children and would do anything for them, which included working three jobs at time to provide for them. She also loved spending time with her grandchildren and doing activities with them. Sue had a passion for interior design and she loved the outdoors and tending to her garden and flowers. Sue had a strong Faith and attended the Living Hope Evangelical Free Church in Neillsville which she often helped decorate.

She is survived by two children, Dessa (Will) Johnson of Oak Creek, WI and Lucas (Michelle) Bergemann of Neillsville, WI, six grandchildren, Gabriel, Isabella, Raymond, Brody, Landon and Alexis, her mother, Lorraine Flynn of Neillsville, two siblings, Tim (Bev) Flynn of Coeur d'Alene, ID and Lynda (Richard) Urban of Neillsville, WI, sisters-in-law, Jean (Keith) Short of Wautoma, WI and Eileen (John) Pike of Lakewood, CO, many nieces and nephews and a special friend, Wayne Joseph of Hatfield.

She was preceded in death by two children, Tony and Amy Bergemann, her father, Thomas A. Flynn and her mother-in-law and father-in-law, John and Martha Bergemann.

A Memorial Service for Sue will be held at 12:00 p.m., Saturday, January 7, 2017 at the Living Hope Evangelical Free Church in Neillsville. Pastor Steven Wentz will officiate. Interment will be in the Neillsville City Cemetery.

Visitation will be from 10:00 a.m., to 12:00 p.m., Saturday, January 7, 2017 at the church.

Online Condolences may be made at www.geschefh.com.

The Gesche Funeral Home is assisting Sue’s family with Funeral arrangements.
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