Kathleen Ann Roesselet
Kathleen Ann “Kathy” Roesselet, age 77, of Plymouth, died on Thursday, April 12, 2018 at Sheboygan Memorial Hospital in Sheboygan. She was born October 15, 1940 in Milwaukee, daughter of the late Paul Kleinert & Frances Theresa (Fischer) Nielsen. She graduated from Rufus King High School in Milwaukee, class of 1958 and married Werner Jon Roesselet on June 11, 1960 at St. Marcus Church in Milwaukee.
Kathy was a member of Calvary Lutheran Church in Sheboygan where her love of music was expressed through her voice in the church choir.
In earlier years, Kathy enjoyed bowling and even gave bowling lessons to the youth in her community. She also enjoyed time spent fishing and even had a current fishing license with anticipation of warmer weather and Walleye’s on the line.
Kathy had a passion for crafts and creating things by her own hand. She enjoyed crocheting, knitting and painting the many wooden crafts made by her husband. She fancied herself a as a baker, making some of the most delectable cookies, pastries and jams which she entered into competition at the county fair every year.
Kathy was a woman of love, always giving of herself to make other people around her happy. She was forever quick with a smile or a kind word and made sure to offer a hug to everyone she saw. She will forever be remembered and greatly missed by all those who knew and loved her.
Survivors include her husband: Werner; her children: Kevin Roesselet, Bryon (Marina) Roesselet, Amy (Mark) Zwick; her grandchildren: Caleb & Aaron Roesselet, Peter & Katrina Roesselet, Quinn, Zoe & Vaughn Zwick; a great grandchild: Delilah Roesselet; a sister: Louise Pflughoeft; and her sisters-in-law: Jackie Nielsen, Elaine Nielsen & Barb (Roy) Heinrich. She is further survived by nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
She was preceded in death by her parents, and her siblings: Richard & Robert Nielsen and Trudy Ponik.
Funeral service will be at 11:30 am on Wednesday, April 18, 2018 at Calvary Lutheran Church (2132 N 27th St.) in Sheboygan with Rev. R. Styx officiating. Friends may call at the church from 9:30 am until 11:15 am on Wednesday, April 18, 2018.
A memorial fund has been established in the name of Kathleen Ann “Kathy” Roesselet.
Judy Messner, age 48, passed away Saturday morning April 14, 2018 with her family at her side. Judy was born September 21, 1969 in Sheboygan to Jerome and Beatrice (Cook) Messner. She attended Sheboygan schools and graduated from South High School in 1988. Following high school Judy furthered her education at Lakeshore Technical College, earning her Associates Degree in accounting. Judy enjoyed spending time outdoors, camping, following the Cubs, NASCAR and shooting darts.
Judy is survived by her children: Trisha (Branden) Toerpe of Sheboygan, Nicholas Balma of Fond du Lac, Brandon TenPas of Sheboygan, her dog Sophie, sister Ellie (Bruce) Meyers of Sheboygan, brothers: Jerry Messner Jr. of Sheboygan, Roger (Jacki) Messner of Georgia, her boyfriend Paul TenPas of Sheboygan, nieces and nephews: Elizabeth Meyers and her fiancé Agustin Garcia, Bruce (Rhaina) Meyers III, Jason Meyers, Amber Gasper, Julia Messner, Joelle Jackson and Roger Messner Jr., great-nephews Anthony, Agustin Jr. and Benson, and a great-niece Savannah. She also wanted to thank Sharon and Stanley Moilanen for being like second parents to her.
Judy was preceded in death by her parents.
Family and friends may gather at the Reinbold-Novak Funeral Home, 1535 S. 12th Street, Sheboygan on Tuesday, April 17, 2018 from 4-6 p.m.
Online condolences may be expressed at reinboldfh.com.
Judy’s family wishes to extend a special thank the staff at Sharon S. Richardson Community Hospice for the care and compassion shown to Judy. Also thank you to St. Nicholas Hospital and Froedtert Hospital.
Mary Ann List
Mary Ann List, age 84, of Sheboygan and formerly of Escanaba MI, passed away on Thursday , April 12, 2018 at St. Nicholas Hospital in Sheboygan.
Mary was born July 24, 1933 in Escanaba Michigan, a daughter to the late Howard and Alice (Trottier) Donovan. She attended the Gladstone and Escanaba Area Schools and later furthered her education at the Bay De Noc College in Escanaba. She was employed by the Escanaba High School as Secretary to the School Nurses. After retiring she worked at the Escanaba Historical Society. Mary was an excellent seamstress and a very gifted baker with her family always enjoying her creations.
Mary is survived by her children, Robert List, Prunedale, CA; Thomas (Nancy) List, Arlington, WI; Linda (David) Ryan, Sheboygan WI; Mary Ann (Israel) Robles, Sheboygan WI; daughter-in-Law Londa List, Kenosha, WI: 12 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren; and her sisters, Patricia Garidner and Joan Dart, both of Plymouth, WI and Kathy Sue Knecht of Michigan.
She was preceded in death by a son, Karl List; a daughter-in-law Kathy List (wife of Robert); a brother, James Donovan and a sister, Dorothy Disbrow.
A funeral service for Mary will be held 5:00 PM, Wednesday, April 18 at Wittkopp Funeral and Cremation Service, 123 South Street, Plymouth WI. With Rev Philip Reifenberg officiating. Cremation will follow the service. Family and friends may gather at the funeral home on Wednesday
from 3 PM until the time of service at 5 PM.
Mary’s family would like to extend their gratitude and deep appreciation to the St. Nicholas Home Health and Hospice for comforting care given to her.
Online condolences may be expressed at wittkoppfcs.com.
Wittkopp Funeral and Cremation Service is serving the family.
Donald A. Baus
Donald A. Baus, 77, passed away peacefully on April 1st, 2018 in Florida.
Don is survived by his loving wife, Janet; his six children, Mark (Janet) Baus, Lacey, WA; Tim (Kim) Baus, McAllen, TX; Scott (Sue) Baus Kiel, WI; Bob (Denise) Baus, McKinney, TX; Lynn (Jim) Drexel, Menomonee Falls, WI; and Cheri (Steve) Vogel, Kiel, WI. He was a proud grandpa to 20 grandchildren. Don is also survived by his brothers Dennis (Rhonda) Baus, Michael (Paulette) Baus, Charlie (Theresa) Baus, his sister Lori (David) Sladky, sisters-in-law Terry Baus and Cathi Baus, and brother-in-law Ken (Jackie) Puetz. Don was preceded in death by his parents Valentine and Alvera Baus, brothers Richard Baus and David Baus, and grandbabies Scott Baus Jr. and Matthew Baus.
Don and Janet cherished 57 years of marriage. After raising six children, they enjoyed 20 years of retirement, splitting their time between Englewood, Florida and Kiel, Wisconsin. In addition, many special memories were made over the last 50 years at their cottage on Cedar Lake.
Don served as an Officer in the U.S. Army. He was very proud of his father’s military service as a Naval Officer, his son Mark’s career as a Colonel in the U.S. Army, and now two of his grandsons following their footsteps in the Marines (Ben) and National Guard (Chris).
Don valued education, attending Ss. Peter & Paul Catholic Grade School in Kiel, graduating high school from St. Norbert’s in De Pere, earning a BS from Marquette University and a MS from UW Madison. Although close to earning his doctorate from UW Madison, he didn’t complete that degree because of the amount of time that he would have been away from his wife and children. Don was a true family man.
His career included working for Burroughs in Wausau, WI in finance and data processing, as well as being part owner of the Ford Dealership in Kiel with his brother-in-law Ken Puetz. Don was employed for 30 years at Northeast Wisconsin Technical College in Green Bay. He was an educator at NWTC for 12 years and then a Vice President for 18 years until his retirement. During Don’s career he was also a member of and held leadership positions in several Catholic churches and professional organizations.
Don’s faith in God was central to his life, providing strength during his 5 years of living with Multiple Myeloma Cancer. He was also an avid Green Bay Packers Fan. As a shareholder and season ticket owner, a special memory included attending the legendary Ice Bowl game. His friendly demeanor, ready smile, happy whistling, and good advice will be missed by many.
Funeral services for Don will be held at 11:30am on Friday, April 20, 2018 at SS Peter and Paul Catholic Church (413 Fremont St. Kiel.) Visitation for family and friends on Friday at the church from 9:30-11:30 with a mass to follow.
In lieu of flowers, a memorial has been established in Don’s name.
Online condolences at meiselwitzfh.com.
Carol M. Schultz
Carol M. Schultz, 83, of Cedar Grove died on Friday, April 13, 2018 at Aurora Sheboygan Medical Center.
Carol was born on May 6, 1934 in Ozaukee County, the daughter of the late Clarence and Viola (Voeks) Gerner. She graduated from West Bend High School in 1952 and then received her BS Degree in Home Economics from Stout State University. She was a Home Economics Teacher and Commons Supervisor from the Cedar Grove – Belgium School District for over 32 years before her retirement in 2000. She married Lester Schultz on June 29, 1957 in Saukville.
Carol was a member of the First Reformed Church in Cedar Grove. She was an outstanding seamstress and enjoyed designing and constructing many HollandFest costumes, banners and flags for the Village of Cedar Grove and her church. Carol also did alterations for many people throughout her community. Additionally she enjoyed cooking, baking, canning, playing cards and spending many cherished times at their family cottage in Pembine.
She is survived by her husband of 60 years, Lester of Cedar Grove; two daughters, Lorna (Steve) Winoske of Houston, TX and Lois (partner Joe Dunn) Schultz of Neenah; one son, Bryan (Terri) Schultz of Jericho, VT; three grandchildren, Kevin (Christine) Winoske, Hannah (fiancé Torsten Quinlan) Schultz and Derrek Schultz; one great grandson, Benjamin Winoske; one sister, Janet Badtke of Niles, MI; and three brothers-in-law, Roger Geib of Port Washington, Donald Schultz of West Bend, Earl (Helen) Schultz of Grass Valley, CA; nieces and nephews.
A funeral to celebrate Carol’s life will take place at the First Reformed Church in Cedar Grove on Thursday, April 19, 2018 at 2 pm with the Rev. Chris Schaefer officiating. Burial will follow at the Cedar Grove Cemetery.
Family and friends will gather at the Wenig Funeral Home in Oostburg on Wednesday from 5-7 PM, and on Thursday at church from 1 PM until the time of the service at 2 pm.
For online condolences and additional information please visit wenigfh.com.
A memorial fund is being established in her memory for the First Reformed Church in Cedar Grove.