Marlene M. Zimmermann
Marlene (Marley) M. Zimmermann, 81, passed away on March 24th 2018, surrounded by her family’s loving presence and spirit. Marley was born August 28th, 1936 to Elfrieda (Gorsege) and Felix Schaafs. She attended St. Peter Claver Catholic School and graduated from Central High School in 1954.
On May 9th, 1959 Marley was united in marriage to Theodore (Ted) Zimmermann at St. Peter Claver Catholic Church. Together they raised a family, encouraging love, respect, and creativity.
In the years to follow, her and Ted welcomed three children into their family. This is where Marley’s biggest passion blossomed — her love for her children. As her children grew, Marley served as a Den Mother, Baseball Head Coach, Teacher’s Assistant, Counselor, and Supporter of her children’s dreams. Nothing made Marley happier than seeing her children experience their dreams and to be happy themselves.
For 26 years Marley worked as a cashier at Park & Shop, retiring in 1998.
Before and after retirement Marley enjoyed traveling, visiting Japan, Europe and Mexico, and making countless trips around the United States. Her most special trips were those that involved seeing her children, Mark, Gary, and Todd.
Marley volunteered for numerous causes, including The Early Learning Center, where she tutored U.S. Citizenship courses; The Food Pantry and Meals on Wheels. Marley was a also a long-time volunteer and board member of Catholic Women’s Charities.
In 2009, Marley and Ted celebrated their 50th Wedding Anniversary with a wonderful gathering of family and friends.
Marley was a friend to all who knew her. No matter where she went in life, she developed friendships. New friendships would never replace older ones, though, they would simply be added to her list of those she loved.
Marley is survived by her loving children Mark (Carole Kasprzycki) of Milwaukee, Gary (Special Friend Joni Miklich), and Todd (John Hoerst) of Chicago. She is also survived by Sister-In-Law, Shar Mittelstaedt, along with her adoring nieces and nephews, Rose (Ron) Ostermann, Julie (Dave) Menzer, Jodi (Steve) Heim, Rachel (Mark) Noltner, Chris (Greg) Kaker, Eileen (David) Cattau, John Zimmermann, Brian (Mary) Zimmermann, Rick (Seung-Oh Chang) Zimmermann, Karen (Beth) Zimmermann, Kristine (Mike) McLean, and David (Heidi) Zimmermann. In addition, Marley is survived by many great-nieces and nephews, as well as countless friends from every walk of her life.
Marley was preceded in death by her loving husband, Ted on May 11, 2013; her parents; sister and brother-in-law Millie and Arno Albrecht; brother Jerry Schaafs; her mother-in-law Hilda Zimmermann; brother-in-law and sister-in-law Leroy and Doris Zimmermann; sister-in-law and brother-in-law Mickey and Schimel Eberhardt; niece Jeanne Eberhardt; and nephew Ray Albrecht.
A Mass of Christian Burial will be concelebrated on Tuesday April 3rd, 2018, at 11:00 a.m. at St. Peter Claver Catholic Church, 1439 S. 12th St. Sheboygan, WI. The Reverends John Hemsing and Richard Cerpich will be officiating. Visitation will take place from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. at the church. Entombment will follow at Holy Cross Cemetery in Sheboygan. A memorial has been established in Marley’s name.
Marley’s life will be remembered by all who cherished her, loved her, and were so very fortunate to know her. While earth lost an angel, heaven gained one.
To the world you were our Mom, to us you were the world.
Eunice Green, age 83, formerly of Sheboygan passed away Tuesday March 27, 2018.
Eunice was born December 5, 1934 in Neenah to the late Lawrence and Veronica (Philippi) Mulvey. She married Ronald Green on June 11, 1955 at St. Margaret Mary’s Catholic Church in Neenah and he preceded her in death on April 2, 2010. Faith was an important part of Eunice’s life; she was vice president, president and faithful member of St. Dominic Christian Mother’s Society, and enjoyed volunteering at St. Dominic’s Fall Festival. An active and loving mother, she readily helped out whenever and wherever needed – as a Girl Scout Leader a baseball coach for her children’s teams, assisting with fundraisers and even once filling in as a substitute teacher at St. Dominic Elementary School. Eunice was a proud Neenah Rocket alum, cheering on the high school’s basketball teams. Her competitive spirit included following her beloved Brewers, being a frequent 500 series bowler, and her enjoyment of board and card games. Eunice supported her husband Ron’s participation in the Concordia German Singing Society, eventually joining the group and singing with them while traveling to Germany.
Eunice is survived by her children: Ann (Barbara Johnson) Green of Milwaukee, Sarah Moureau and her special friend Steve Forrest of Oostburg, Daniel (Evelyn) Green of Sheboygan, Becky (Paul) Passow of Milwaukee, David (Ellie) Green of Sheboygan, Joe Green and his special friend Rachel Lyons of Las Vegas, NV, Mary (Mike) Vorpahl of Sheboygan, grandchildren: Megan, Jake, Amanda, Aaron, Erika, Nicole, Donovan, Julia, Peter, Ari, Sarah, Derek, Natalie, Hannah, Ben, Spencer, Jonathan, great-grandchildren Max and Heidi, and her brother and sister-in-law Lawrence (Janet) Mulvey of Neenah. Eunice is further survived by numerous nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
She was preceded in death by her parents, husband Ronald, son Lornie, granddaughter Erin, and her brothers and sisters. Family and friends may call at St. Dominic Catholic Church, 2136 N. 21st Street, Sheboygan on Monday, April 2, 2018 from 10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated 12:30 p.m. Monday at the church with Fr. Matthew J. Widder, officiating. Burial will take place in the Calvary Cemetery.
A memorial fund has been established in Eunice’s name. Online condolences may be expressed at reinboldfh.com.
The Green family would like to thank Dr. Featherston, Dr. Shah and Dr. Kehr as well as the nurses at Columbia St. Mary’s Hospital in Milwaukee for their attention and care given to Eunice.
June G. Neuhaus
June G. Neuhaus, 90, of Sheboygan, passed away on Tuesday, March 27, 2018 at St. Nicholas Hospital. June was born June 23, 1927 in Colby to Otto and Frieda (Werner) Koeppen. On December 27, 1952, June was united in marriage to Harvey Neuhaus also of Colby. Harvey preceded her in death on December 2, 1987.
June was a worker all her life, from farming to housekeeping to cooking to working in a hardware store. She was a wonderful homemaker for herself and others. To the delight of her daughter’s childhood friends, June worked as a funeral home assistant for a time. June also enjoyed puzzles, cooking, hanging out with her daughter’s rescue dogs, especially taking naps with Roisie her grand beagle, and watching Rachel Maddow, “Yes he is a moron!”. June always enjoyed her bi-weekly phone calls with her baby sister Wynola. June had the phone on speaker and their cackling laughter could be heard outside. She also looked forward to the monthly packet of obituaries from Colby that Wynola would send her.
June is survived by her daughter with whom she resided with for the past three years, Virginia Mueller and her sister Wynola Vrana of Marshfield. She is further survived by many nieces and nephews. June was preceded in death by many relatives and friends, including Bob & Mary whom she missed dearly.
Per June’s wishes no services will be held.
In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to Saving Paws Rescue; N3141 Meade St. Appleton, WI 54913 or by visiting their website at savingpaws.com in June’s name.
The family would like to express their gratitude to Dr. Pawlak, Dr. Bettag, and all the wonderful nurses at St. Nicholas Hospital for all their care, comfort, compassion and support. June loved them all.
Please visit our website to leave your condolences for the family at ballhornchapels.com.
Ronald James Daharsh
Ronald James Daharsh, 78, of Sheboygan Falls, entered into eternal life on Tuesday, March 27, 2018, at Sharon S. Richardson Community Hospice.
Ron was born on January 3, 1940, in Sheboygan County to Wilmer and Lucille (Billmann) Daharsh. He was a graduate of Sheboygan Falls High School. Ron served his country in the United States Army from 1963-1965. On April 27, 1963, Ron married Jeanne Altmeyer. Ron was employed at Thomas Industries as a Die Caster for 44 years.
Ron was a member of Blessed Trinity Parish in Sheboygan Falls, where he served as an usher and helped his wife, Jeanne in the church rectory. Ron enjoyed hunting, fishing, going up north to the cabin, bowling, playing baseball, playing cards, watching and attending sporting events of his children and grandchildren, where he was their “biggest fan”; Ron most of all loved simply spending time with his family.
Ron was the foundation of a family strong in faith and love for each other. Throughout his health struggles, Ron courageously never complained about the pain he was feeling, and always stayed positive with his level 3. He lived by the conviction of “Only the strong have the courage to be gentle.”
Ron is survived by his wife, Jeanne Daharsh of Sheboygan Falls; one daughter, Deborah (Mark) Hasler of Sheboygan Falls; three sons, Thomas (Cathy) Daharsh of East Dundee, IL, Timothy Daharsh of Sheboygan, Tony (Dorie) Daharsh of Neenah; nine grandchildren, Stephanie (Max) Martin, Matthew (fiance Jessi), and Staci (special friend Derek) Hasler; Aaron and Mitchell Daharsh; Ellie and Emma Daharsh; Leyton and Madelyn Daharsh; sister-in-law, Susie (Harold) Comins of Sheboygan.
Ron was preceded in death by his parents; two sisters, Sharon and Sandra; parents-in-law, Albert and Gen Altmeyer; brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law, Patricia (Ralph) Mauer, and Jim (Kay) Altmeyer.
A memorial service to celebrate Ron’s life will be held on Tuesday, April 3, 2018, at Blessed Trinity Parish in Sheboygan Falls with Rev. Joe Dominic officiating. An inurnment will take place at St. Mary Catholic Cemetery.
Relatives and friends may greet the family on Tuesday, April 3, 2018 at Blessed Trinity Parish from 2:30pm until the time of mass at 5:30pm.
In lieu of flowers a memorial fund is being established in his name for The Disabled Veterans of Wisconsin and the Sharon S. Richardson Community Hospice.
The family wishes to extend a heartfelt thank you to Dr. Kumar, Nancy McLaughlin, especially Deb Grey, the staff at Aurora Vince Lombardi Cancer Center and the staff and volunteers at Sharon S. Richardson Community Hospice for all their care and compassion that they gave to Ron.
For online condolences and additional information please visit www.wenigfh.com.
The Wenig Funeral Home of Sheboygan Falls (920-467-3431) is serving the Daharsh family with arrangements.