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Carol Verhulst

Jan 19, 1947 - Nov 06, 2023

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Cadott, WI

Carol "Charlie" Marie (Tarnowski) VerhulstCarol Marie Verhulst, 76, Holcombe, passed away Monday November 6th, 2023, at Azura Memory Care of Eau Claire. Carol was born January 19, 1947 to Eugene and Irene (Logan) Tarnowski. She grew up in Holcombe near the Flambeau Mountain. Carol graduated from the Lake Holcombe High School in 1965. She then went to Chicago, Ill. and attended Airline School for one year. She moved back to Holcombe and was a secretary at the Lake Holcombe School. She would meet ...Read More

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Margaret L. Webb

Dec 30, 1945 - Feb 28, 2024

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Cadott, WI

Margaret L. Webb, age 78 of Cadott, WI. In loving memory of Peggy who passed away peacefully Wednesday, February 28th.She was born in Ottawa, IL, moved to Kenosha, WI where she graduated high school, met and married Richard. She enjoyed spending time with her friends, grandchildren and great-grandchildren.She was preceded in death by her parents John Sexton and Leona McKenzie; daughter Karen Rothbauer.Survived by her loving husband of 60 years, Richard; children, Steve (Becky) Webb, Darin (Cindy) Webb; Son-In-Law, Pat Rothbauer; 8 grandchildren and 8 great-grandchildren; sisters and brothers; many nieces and nephews.Mass of Christian Burial will be held 11:00 AM on Wednesday, March 13th at St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church. 415 N. Maple St., Cadott, WI. with Father William Felix officiating.A Memorial Visitation from 9:30-11:00 AM Wednesday morning at the church.Inurnment will be at St. Rose Cemetery in the town of Sigel, following the Service.Leiser Funeral Home and Cremation Services Cadott, WI.

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Emma Jane (Midge) Luebstorf

Oct 13, 1932 - Feb 23, 2024

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Cadott, WI

Emma Jane (Midge) Luebstorf passed away at her home on Friday, February 23 at the age of 91.Full Obituary and Service information coming soon.Leiser Funeral Home and Cremation Services Cadott, WI.

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Clarence D. Collison

Feb 24, 1972 - Feb 04, 2024

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Cadott, WI

Clarence "Clancy" D. Collison passed away on Sunday, February 4th 2024 at his home. Clancy was born on February 24th, 1972 in Illinois. No services will be held.Express online condolences at www.bortonleiserfuneralhome.com.

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Bernadine Cathaleen Gilles Jackson

Mar 28, 1926 - Jan 30, 2024

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Cadott, WI

After 97 years, filled with unwavering faith, strength and love, Bernadine Cathaleen Gilles Jackson was called home on January 30, 2024. She passed peacefully, surrounded by the love of her family.Bernadine was born on March 28, 1926, on the family farm in Edson, outside of Cadott, Wisconsin. Her father, Joseph A. Gilles, was first generation German, while her mother, Bernice Paulson was born in Denmark. She and her twin brother Bernard were the fifth and sixth of eight children. She would tell the story of how a doctor had to be called to the home for their birth, and it cost $5 to deliver the twins.She attended Sherman School, a one-room schoolhouse for grades 1-8. Her mom valued all her daughters’ educations, and to continue schooling, Bernadine lived in Cadott (with her sisters) at various homes, so high school was within walking distance. She would come home on the weekends to help on the farm. To earn a little money, she picked beans, potatoes, garden weeds, and rocks in the field. She sewed her own clothes in high school.She graduated from Cadott High School in 1943, and went on to vocational school, riding the bus from Cadott to Eau Claire. At that time, she was staying with Kaisers, and paying $16 a month for room and board. Her first job was at Citizen’s State Bank in Cadott, starting at 30 cents an hour.Bernadine had met George Jackson when she was a senior in high school, and they started dating. Through George, she was introduced to baseball, and they spent much of their dating time at games. They married at 9:00 am Tuesday, May 15, 1945, at St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church in Cadott (yes, on a Tuesday – rather than a Saturday, it was a common practice for weekday weddings to help insure people felt well enough for church on Sunday). May 15 was opening fishing day, and the story goes fishing lures were dangled and thrown, rather than rice, for the newlyweds.Bernadine and George started their life and family north of Cadott on the Jackson family farm, on the “River Road,” east of County EE. The work ethic and necessities of a farm life she grew up with were skills that translated into managing a household of 9 kids in the 40s, 50s, and 60s. You had to make a little of everything stretch. She always had a garden, canned what they could not eat, and was famous for her raspberry patch. An excellent cook and baker, and there was always enough food and sweet treats for anyone who stopped. She also learned to clean fish, out of necessity, to help feed the family, as George kept giving away fish because he didn’t want to clean them.The River Road was like a small community for the Jacksons, and they developed life-long friendships with many, including Truman and Donna Bourget, Walter and Ella Roth, Alphonse and Doris Lessard, Verna and Arnold Danielson, LaVern and Rita Roth, Ludger and Mary Jane Bourget, Sue and Dunc Roth, Clarence and Bessie Roth, and Pat and George Brown. A “card club” went on for years with many ladies from this group.St. Rose of Lima Church in Cadott was an important part of her life, and she served faithfully. Bernadine was president of St Anne’s society for 10 years, active in the Little Flower circle throughout her life, and always willing to help with funeral food (her raspberry desert was often requested).In fact, her signature raspberry desert was a request for “any dish to pass” party, including the Paulson family reunions in Holcombe, birthday parties, and Christmas. Later in life, her raspberry patch was bigger than her vegetable garden, and she sold berries along with making wine.She served as an election worker for the Township of Goetz for 60 years plus. Her last year was when she was 93. She was able to get there a bit easier when she got her driver’s license at the age of 47.She loved to sew, knit and crochet – and continued to make afghans until shortly before her death. Over the years, she made and gave away more than a thousand afghans. Quilts, afghans, scarves, and slippers were wedding, baby, birthday, and Christmas gifts.And then there was baseball. Bernadine grew to love baseball, and all seven of her boys played youth and high school ball and many went on to play with the Cadott Red Sox. George played and coached the Red Sox for many years. Bernadine was a Brewers and Twins fan.You don’t get to be 97 (almost 98) without some grit and resilience. Their farmhouse burned to the ground in 1966, and they lost every material possession. Two of her sons preceded her in death. Her dad died at a young age in a logging accident. She was always looking forward, grateful and thankful for everything they had.Bernadine is survived by her husband George (who is 100 years old and living at their farm house); her children Jim (Linda), Joe (Linda), Bill (Peggy), Mary Ann (John) Creaser, Tom (Sabrina), George Jr. (Jami), and Lori (Mike) Bruhn; 16 grandchildren: Jill (Mark) Bergh, Mike Jackson, Nate (Anna) Jackson, Tim (Julie) Jackson, Tracy (Jeremy) Goulet, Katie (Matt) Hedrington, Tony Jackson, Josh (Jenessa) Jackson, Amy Jackson, Mike Bruhn Jr. (Alantis Burish), Kelly (Chad) Pilgrim, Eric (April) Bruhn, Jake (Katie) Jackson, Cory (Audrey) Jackson, Elizabeth Jackson (Alex Mazur), and Sam Jackson; step grand-children Mitch Carlson and Rachel McCredden; and 16 great-grandchildren and 5 step-grandchildren.She is further survived by sisters Cecile Wahl (age 101, Washington) and Nila McQuary (age 93, Texas); sister-in law Ann Mosing; and daughters-in-law Nancy Jackson and Joan Jackson.She was preceded in death by her parents, her sons, Rob and Steve, and siblings Arlene Nelson, Marge Seffernick, and Howard, Bernard, and Joe.Special thanks and appreciation to the Chippewa Manor and St. Joseph hospice team for their excellent care, especially in the last few weeks of her life.A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 11:00 AM on Wednesday, February 7th, 2024 at St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church 415 N. Maple St. Cadott, WI. with Father William Felix officiating.Interment will be in the Brooklawn Cemetery Cadott, WI.Visitation will be from 9:00 AM until the time of Service Wednesday morning at the Church.Express online condolences at www.leiserfuneralhome.com

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Emery Anthony Sedlacek

Nov 19, 1928 - Jan 29, 2024

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Cadott, WI

Emery Anthony Sedlacek, 95 of Cadott, WI. passed away at home on January 29th, under the care of Interim Hospice.Emery was born at home in the Town of Arthur on November 19th, 1928 to Frank and Rose (Goodman) Sedlacek.He married Eleanor Hrdlicka on September 7th, 1954. They spent 69 years together raising their children on a Dairy farm.Earlier in his career he worked for Midwest Breeders, followed by becoming a fieldman for Fall Dairy until his retirement.His people person skills assisted him in serving on the Chippewa County Board from 1992-2012, he was also a charter member of the Knights of Columbus.His hobbies included bowling, golfing, trap shooting, playing fast pitch softball as well as coaching a fast pitch team for Crescent in his younger years and was instrumental in the construction of the Wagner Softball Field at Riverview Park in Cadott.After retirement he enjoyed fishing at Tuverson's Resort on the Flambeau flowage in Gordon, WI. He enjoyed teaching all the grandchildren how to fish, he himself couldn’t fish much during those times for he was busy fixing lines and putting on worms. He spent many hours enjoying football with his favorite teams being the Packers and The Fighting Irish of Notre Dame.Emery is survived by his wife Eleanor of Cadott; Children Kathleen (Joe Miller) Sedlacek of Cadott, Julie (Keith) Duley of Merrill, Mark (Susan) Sedlacek of Chippewa Falls and Jean (Steve) Dressel of Cadott; Grandchildren Andrew, Joshua, Sarah, Christine, Scott, Mark Jr., Michael, Stephen, Katie and Emily; 23 great grandchildren and sisters Lorraine Wethern and Donna Hahn.He was preceded in death by his parents; sisters Margaret, Rose Ann, Bernadine and Marcelline; brothers Raymond, Lawrence and Bernard.A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 11:00 AM on Tuesday, Feb 6th, 2024 at St. Anthony’s Catholic Church Drywood, WI with Father Eric Linzmaier officiating. Interment will be in the Church Cemetery.A Visitation will be from 4:00-7:00 PM on Monday, February 5th, 2024 with a 7:00 PM Vigil Prayer Service at the Leiser Funeral Home Cadott, WI.Express online condolences at www.leiserfuneralhome.com

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Arlene Marie Falkenberg

May 28, 1935 - Jan 29, 2024

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Cadott, WI

Arlene Marie (Zaruba) Falkenberg, 88, lifelong resident of Cadott, passed away early on January 29, 2024, under the care of Mayo hospice and Home Instead home care services.Born on May 28, 1935 to Steve and Josephine (Koehler) Zaruba, she was blessed to have many roles as a wife, mother, sister, daughter, aunt, grandmother, and great-grandmother.Arlene graduated from Cadott high school in 1953. In 1960 she married Russell Falkenberg, Sr. Russ and Arlene spent their married life living in Cadott. She worked for many years preparing taxes for people in the area and enjoyed helping others with this challenging task.Arlene was a private and content person who was fiercely dedicated to her children. Her family and her beloved boxer dogs came first and were above all else to Arlene. She was a loyal fan and supporter of her children throughout their lives. Fond family memories were made at the family cabin in Ojibwa, WI. As the weather warmed up you could find Russ and Arlene spending quality time together floating down the river fishing for musky. Then in the fall Arlene would ride along with Russ while hunting grouse. When not enjoying time “up north,” Arlene was busy in one of her many flower or vegetable gardens, baking cookies or preparing the next best meal for her family.Arlene was preceded in death by her husband, Russ, on June 22, 1998, parents, Steve and Josephine Zaruba; siblings, Joyce (Ed) Stanek, Betty Pelton, Ken Zaruba, and LaVerne (Ardis) Zaruba and Lois Zaruba in infancy.Arlene is survived by her children, Jan Luthy of Granbury, TX, Russ Falkenberg, Jr. of Cadott, Amy Falkenberg of Strum, WI, and Tami (Greg) Slowiak of Chippewa Falls, WI. Arlene’s surviving grandchildren are Vince and Wes Hall, Andrew Falkenberg, MacKenzie Falkenberg Elliott and Chloe Elliot, Zach (Riley) Slowiak and Zandy Slowiak. Great-grandchildren are Abby, Jay, Audrey, and Axel Hall, Asher Slowiak and soon to be, Baby Slowiak. Arlene is also survived by her brother Allen (Bonnie) Zaruba and sisters-in-law, Judy Zaruba and Sue (Gene) Beadell as well as many cousins, nieces, nephews, and other close friends.Arlene’s children would like to extend their sincere gratitude to Home Instead for all the support, companionship and care rendered during her time at home. They made it possible for mom to be exactly where she wanted to be. Additionally, we offer our sincere thanks to Mayo Hospice as you made mom’s last days at home more comfortable up until her passing.A prayer service officiated by George Olinski will take place at Leiser’s Funeral Home on Sunday, February 4, at 2:00 p.m.The children of Arlene will greet friends and family at 1:00 p.m.Inurnment will be at a later date.In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation in Arlene’s name to Home Instead Senior Care - Eau Claire 848.

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Bernadine Cathaleen Gilles Jackson

Mar 28, 1926 - Jan 30, 2024

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Cadott, WI

After 97 years, filled with unwavering faith, strength and love, Bernadine Cathaleen Gilles Jackson was called home on January 30, 2024. She passed peacefully, surrounded by the love of her family.Bernadine was born on March 28, 1926, on the family farm in Edson, outside of Cadott, Wisconsin. Her father, Joseph A. Gilles, was first generation German, while her mother, Bernice Paulson was born in Denmark. She and her twin brother Bernard were the fifth and sixth of eight children. She would tell the story of how a doctor had to be called to the home for their birth, and it cost $5 to deliver the twins.She attended Sherman School, a one-room schoolhouse for grades 1-8. Her mom valued all her daughters’ educations, and to continue schooling, Bernadine lived in Cadott (with her sisters) at various homes, so high school was within walking distance. She would come home on the weekends to help on the farm. To earn a little money, she picked beans, potatoes, garden weeds, and rocks in the field. She sewed her own clothes in high school.She graduated from Cadott High School in 1943, and went on to vocational school, riding the bus from Cadott to Eau Claire. At that time, she was staying with Kaisers, and paying $16 a month for room and board. Her first job was at Citizen’s State Bank in Cadott, starting at 30 cents an hour.Bernadine had met George Jackson when she was a senior in high school, and they started dating. Through George, she was introduced to baseball, and they spent much of their dating time at games. They married at 9:00 am Tuesday, May 15, 1945, at St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church in Cadott (yes, on a Tuesday – rather than a Saturday, it was a common practice for weekday weddings to help insure people felt well enough for church on Sunday). May 15 was opening fishing day, and the story goes fishing lures were dangled and thrown, rather than rice, for the newlyweds.Bernadine and George started their life and family north of Cadott on the Jackson family farm, on the “River Road,” east of County EE. The work ethic and necessities of a farm life she grew up with were skills that translated into managing a household of 9 kids in the 40s, 50s, and 60s. You had to make a little of everything stretch. She always had a garden, canned what they could not eat, and was famous for her raspberry patch. An excellent cook and baker, and there was always enough food and sweet treats for anyone who stopped. She also learned to clean fish, out of necessity, to help feed the family, as George kept giving away fish because he didn’t want to clean them.The River Road was like a small community for the Jacksons, and they developed life-long friendships with many, including Truman and Donna Bourget, Walter and Ella Roth, Alphonse and Doris Lessard, Verna and Arnold Danielson, LaVern and Rita Roth, Ludger and Mary Jane Bourget, Sue and Dunc Roth, Clarence and Bessie Roth, and Pat and George Brown. A “card club” went on for years with many ladies from this group.St. Rose of Lima Church in Cadott was an important part of her life, and she served faithfully. Bernadine was president of St Anne’s society for 10 years, active in the Little Flower circle throughout her life, and always willing to help with funeral food (her raspberry desert was often requested).In fact, her signature raspberry desert was a request for “any dish to pass” party, including the Paulson family reunions in Holcombe, birthday parties, and Christmas. Later in life, her raspberry patch was bigger than her vegetable garden, and she sold berries along with making wine.She served as an election worker for the Township of Goetz for 60 years plus. Her last year was when she was 93. She was able to get there a bit easier when she got her driver’s license at the age of 47.She loved to sew, knit and crochet – and continued to make afghans until shortly before her death. Over the years, she made and gave away more than a thousand afghans. Quilts, afghans, scarves, and slippers were wedding, baby, birthday, and Christmas gifts.And then there was baseball. Bernadine grew to love baseball, and all seven of her boys played youth and high school ball and many went on to play with the Cadott Red Sox. George played and coached the Red Sox for many years. Bernadine was a Brewers and Twins fan.You don’t get to be 97 (almost 98) without some grit and resilience. Their farmhouse burned to the ground in 1966, and they lost every material possession. Two of her sons preceded her in death. Her dad died at a young age in a logging accident. She was always looking forward, grateful and thankful for everything they had.Bernadine is survived by her husband George (who is 100 years old and living at their farm house); her children Jim (Linda), Joe (Linda), Bill (Peggy), Mary Ann (John) Creaser, Tom (Sabrina), George Jr. (Jami), and Lori (Mike) Bruhn; 16 grandchildren: Jill (Mark) Bergh, Mike Jackson, Nate (Anna) Jackson, Tim (Julie) Jackson, Tracy (Jeremy) Goulet, Katie (Matt) Hedrington, Tony Jackson, Josh (Jenessa) Jackson, Amy Jackson, Mike Bruhn Jr. (Alantis Burish), Kelly (Chad) Pilgrim, Eric (April) Bruhn, Jake (Katie) Jackson, Cory (Audrey) Jackson, Elizabeth Jackson (Alex Mazur), and Sam Jackson; step grand-children Mitch Carlson and Rachel McCredden; and 16 great-grandchildren and 5 step-grandchildren.She is further survived by sisters Cecile Wahl (age 101, Washington) and Nila McQuary (age 93, Texas); sister-in law Ann Mosing; and daughters-in-law Nancy Jackson and Joan Jackson.She was preceded in death by her parents, her sons, Rob and Steve, and siblings Arlene Nelson, Marge Seffernick, and Howard, Bernard, and Joe.Special thanks and appreciation to the Chippewa Manor and St. Joseph hospice team for their excellent care, especially in the last few weeks of her life.A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 11:00 AM on Wednesday, February 7th, 2024 at St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church 415 N. Maple St. Cadott, WI. with Father William Felix officiating.Interment will be in the Brooklawn Cemetery Cadott, WI.Visitation will be from 9:00 AM until the time of Service Wednesday morning at the Church.Express online condolences at www.leiserfuneralhome.com

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Emery Anthony Sedlacek

Nov 19, 1928 - Jan 29, 2024

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Cadott, WI

Emery Anthony Sedlacek, 95 of Cadott, WI. passed away at home on January 29th, under the care of Interim Hospice.Emery was born at home in the Town of Arthur on November 19th, 1928 to Frank and Rose (Goodman) Sedlacek.He married Eleanor Hrdlicka on September 7th, 1954. They spent 69 years together raising their children on a Dairy farm.Earlier in his career he worked for Midwest Breeders, followed by becoming a fieldman for Fall Dairy until his retirement.His people person skills assisted him in serving on the Chippewa County Board from 1992-2012, he was also a charter member of the Knights of Columbus.His hobbies included bowling, golfing, trap shooting, playing fast pitch softball as well as coaching a fast pitch team for Crescent in his younger years and was instrumental in the construction of the Wagner Softball Field at Riverview Park in Cadott.After retirement he enjoyed fishing at Tuverson's Resort on the Flambeau flowage in Gordon, WI. He enjoyed teaching all the grandchildren how to fish, he himself couldn’t fish much during those times for he was busy fixing lines and putting on worms. He spent many hours enjoying football with his favorite teams being the Packers and The Fighting Irish of Notre Dame.Emery is survived by his wife Eleanor of Cadott; Children Kathleen (Joe Miller) Sedlacek of Cadott, Julie (Keith) Duley of Merrill, Mark (Susan) Sedlacek of Chippewa Falls and Jean (Steve) Dressel of Cadott; Grandchildren Andrew, Joshua, Sarah, Christine, Scott, Mark Jr., Michael, Stephen, Katie and Emily; 23 great grandchildren and sisters Lorraine Wethern and Donna Hahn.He was preceded in death by his parents; sisters Margaret, Rose Ann, Bernadine and Marcelline; brothers Raymond, Lawrence and Bernard.A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 11:00 AM on Tuesday, Feb 6th, 2024 at St. Anthony’s Catholic Church Drywood, WI with Father Eric Linzmaier officiating. Interment will be in the Church Cemetery.A Visitation will be from 4:00-7:00 PM on Monday, February 5th, 2024 with a 7:00 PM Vigil Prayer Service at the Leiser Funeral Home Cadott, WI.Express online condolences at www.leiserfuneralhome.com

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Arlene Marie Falkenberg

May 28, 1935 - Jan 29, 2024

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Cadott, WI

Arlene Marie (Zaruba) Falkenberg, 88, lifelong resident of Cadott, passed away early on January 29, 2024, under the care of Mayo hospice and Home Instead home care services.Born on May 28, 1935 to Steve and Josephine (Koehler) Zaruba, she was blessed to have many roles as a wife, mother, sister, daughter, aunt, grandmother, and great-grandmother.Arlene graduated from Cadott high school in 1953. In 1960 she married Russell Falkenberg, Sr. Russ and Arlene spent their married life living in Cadott. She worked for many years preparing taxes for people in the area and enjoyed helping others with this challenging task.Arlene was a private and content person who was fiercely dedicated to her children. Her family and her beloved boxer dogs came first and were above all else to Arlene. She was a loyal fan and supporter of her children throughout their lives. Fond family memories were made at the family cabin in Ojibwa, WI. As the weather warmed up you could find Russ and Arlene spending quality time together floating down the river fishing for musky. Then in the fall Arlene would ride along with Russ while hunting grouse. When not enjoying time “up north,” Arlene was busy in one of her many flower or vegetable gardens, baking cookies or preparing the next best meal for her family.Arlene was preceded in death by her husband, Russ, on June 22, 1998, parents, Steve and Josephine Zaruba; siblings, Joyce (Ed) Stanek, Betty Pelton, Ken Zaruba, and LaVerne (Ardis) Zaruba and Lois Zaruba in infancy.Arlene is survived by her children, Jan Luthy of Granbury, TX, Russ Falkenberg, Jr. of Cadott, Amy Falkenberg of Strum, WI, and Tami (Greg) Slowiak of Chippewa Falls, WI. Arlene’s surviving grandchildren are Vince and Wes Hall, Andrew Falkenberg, MacKenzie Falkenberg Elliott and Chloe Elliot, Zach (Riley) Slowiak and Zandy Slowiak. Great-grandchildren are Abby, Jay, Audrey, and Axel Hall, Asher Slowiak and soon to be, Baby Slowiak. Arlene is also survived by her brother Allen (Bonnie) Zaruba and sisters-in-law, Judy Zaruba and Sue (Gene) Beadell as well as many cousins, nieces, nephews, and other close friends.Arlene’s children would like to extend their sincere gratitude to Home Instead for all the support, companionship and care rendered during her time at home. They made it possible for mom to be exactly where she wanted to be. Additionally, we offer our sincere thanks to Mayo Hospice as you made mom’s last days at home more comfortable up until her passing.A prayer service officiated by George Olinski will take place at Leiser’s Funeral Home on Sunday, February 4, at 2:00 p.m.The children of Arlene will greet friends and family at 1:00 p.m.Inurnment will be at a later date.In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation in Arlene’s name to Home Instead Senior Care - Eau Claire 848.

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Thomas L. Kittel

Jun 17, 1953 - Dec 22, 2023

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Cadott, WI

Thomas L. Kittel, 70, passed away on Thursday, December 22, 2023 in Cadott, WI. He was born in Wausau, WI on June 17, 1953, to the late Walter and Marie (Pietrowski) Kittel. He loved animals and babies and his face lit up with a smile. He was a very gentle soul and had an infectious laugh. He is survived by his siblings, Roger Kittle, Shelia (Dennis) Czerwinski, Russell Kittle, Gary (Beth) Kittle, Linda (Scott) Gray, Cheryl (David) Berg, and Lori Gettig. Tommy also leaves 12 nieces and nephews and 8 grand nieces and nephews, along with extended family and friends. He is preceded in death by his parents, Walter and Marie Kittel and a brother Michael Kittle and a brother-in-law Scott Gray. A memorial service celebrating Tommy's life will be held on Saturday, February 3rd at 11:00 AM at the Restlawn Memorial Park Chapel. Burial will follow. Tommy's family wishes to express their heartfelt gratitude to the staff of REM Wisconsin, Riverview 5 for the love and care given to him.

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