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Henry Bargenquast

Sep 07, 1938 - Nov 25, 2023

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Oshkosh, WI

Henry "Hank" George Bargenquast, (85), of Oshkosh, WI passed away peacefully, surrounded by family, on November 25, 2023. Henry, who was fondly known as Boots to his parents, Henry Isador Bargenquast and Melba Pearl Westphal was born on September 7, 1938. He grew up in Oshkosh and graduated from Oshkosh High School. He worked at Rockwell International as a machinist and was a proud member of the UAW Local 291 Union. Henry enjoyed collecting die cast cars, attending auto races, and watching f...Read More

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William (Bill) Carl Paalman

Oct 08, 1945 - Feb 29, 2024

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Oshkosh, WI

William (Bill) Carl Paalman, age 78, went to his heavenly home on February 29th, 2024, with his loving wife Carol and daughter Heidi at his side. He passed away at Aspire Senior Living in Oshkosh after a long battle with Alzheimer's. He was welcomed into eternal life with open arms by his daughter Stephanie Marie (Paalman) Pearson, son-in-law Craig Andrew Pearson, his father Theodore Francis Paalman and mother Adeline (Neiland) Paalman. He was born on October 8th, 1945, in Appleton.He married the love of his life, Carol Sue Mader on February 13th, 1980. Happy wife, happy life for 44 years. Together they had two daughters Heidi Sue (Corbin) Welch and Stephanie Marie (Craig) Pearson. Bill also had two children from a previous marriage, Joey Lee (Peggy) Paalman and Kelly Lee (Roy) Van Zeeland.His pride and joy were his 10 grandchildren Rylan Welch, Nora Welch, Ali Welch, Adeline Pearson, Brookelyn Pearson, Cadence Pearson, Andrew Pearson, Logan Paalman, BreAnna Van Zeeland, and Cole Van Zeeland. If he wasn't at home, he was enjoying watching one of their sporting events.He grew up on the family farm in Weyauwega. They had Sunday family dinners together. He attended a one room schoolhouse until the family moved to Appleton. He graduated from Kaukauna High School.Bill was a man for all seasons. In the spring you could find him working in the garden. Summers were spent camping, 4-wheeling, fishing, boating or at the family cottage in Land O’ Lakes. In the fall, you would find Bill in his bow stand waiting for the big one. Once bow hunting was over, it was time for him to put on orange for gun season where he went up to Land O' Lakes with his families and cousins. Then it was finally time to watch the Packers.He is further survived by two brothers and a sister: Lonny Paalman, Donna Paalman, and Alan Scott (Amy) Paalman. A special addition to our family is Lydia (Pearson) Royer, the guardian of the Pearson grandchildren.He is further preceded in death by his brother Eugene and sister-in-law Mary Ann Paalman, sisters Marlene Paalman and Elaine Skrobel, and nephews Gary Paalman and Matthew Janssen.Bill’s funeral service will be held at 3:00 PM on March 7th, 2024, at the Wichmann Funeral Home Tri-County Chapel in Menasha. Visitation will be held from 1:30 until the time of service.A special thank you to his nurses and caregivers at Aspire Senior Living in Oshkosh and Asera Care Hospice for their loving support and compassion they showed to Bill.

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Catherine 'Kay' Mark

Nov 25, 1927 - Feb 12, 2024

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Oshkosh, WI

Catherine ‘Kay’ Mark, 96, of Oshkosh, Wis. passed away peacefully surrounded by her family on Feb. 12, 2024. One of eleven children, she was born in Milwaukee in 1927 to Peter and Mary Schwind, who instilled the values of God and the importance of service in her from a young age.Kay met the love of her life, John ‘Jack’ Mark, in 1948, introduced to her by her brother-in-law. Excited to start their new lives together, the two were married on Sept. 10, 1949 in Milwaukee.Her unconditional love served as the foundation that her and her husband built their marriage and family upon. They wasted no time to start their new family together, and she loved spending time with her five children – John, Sue, Tom, Jan and Bill. From traveling and cooking to creating beauty through cross-stitching, knitting, or crocheting, Kay enjoyed any time spent with her children.She enjoyed going on fishing trips and traveling with Jack and maintaining her gorgeous gardens – she was never afraid to get her hands dirty. But Kay’s favorite was the role of grandparent. From picking them up after school, seeing the world with them, teaching them card games, to being there on Christmas morning, she treasured time with her grandkids.Kay’s childhood was rooted in God and the Catholic church, which spilled over into her adult life. She was an active member of St. Raphael the Archangel Catholic Church, devoting her time and energy to making sure the church and Lourdes Academy had everything they needed.She will always be remembered for being the backbone of her family and someone everyone could rely on. The family couldn’t have asked for a better mother, grandmother, great grandmother, aunt, friend, or role model.Kay was greeted upon her arrival in Heaven by her husband, Jack Mark, her parents, Peter and Mary Schwind, and her siblings, Dorothy (Sister Marie Therese), Margaret (Sister Peter), Ruth, Joe, Marianne, Lorraine, Pete, Clarence (Cook), Betty, and Francis (Pinky).Remembered every day by her family John and Marlene Mark, Susan and Gerry Frechette, Tom Mark, Jan Mark and Bill Mark. As well as by her grandchildren Ryan (Tina) Egen, Nichole Mark, Tim Mark, Leah Perantoni, Luke (Aspen) Perantoni, Lauree Frechette, Alisa (Kurt) Skattebo, Katelyn Mark, Stuart Mark and Emily Mark. And her great grandchildren Austin, Katelyn, Josie, Jack, Beau, Morgan, Zoie and Mitchell.The family will be holding a private funeral, in the presence of the people who were closest to Kay.The entire family would like to especially thank the staff at Gabriel’s Villa and Moments Hospice for the loving care they gave her.

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Kathryn Ann Basler

Jun 29, 1951 - Feb 14, 2024

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Oshkosh, WI

Kathryn Ann Basler, age 72, passed away in the early morning of February 14th at her home after succumbing to cancer. Kathy is survived by her loving husband, Mike; daughters, Kelly (Paul) Marks, Kerry (Todd) Rankin, and Kourtney Basler; grandson, Aiden Rankin; mother, Betty Weckwerth; and brother, Arthur Weckwerth, along with numerous other family members and loved ones. Kathy is preceded in death by her father, Eugene Weckwerth. Kathy was born on June 29, 1951 in Milwaukee to Eugene and Betty (Schultz) Weckwerth who raised her in Wauwatosa. Growing up, her favorite person in the world was her Grandma Kate. Spending summers at her house in Glidden, WI were some of her happiest memories and Kathy would tell stories about her time there for the rest of her life. The love, protection and guidance that Kate gave her inspired her to dedicate her life to helping others and she pursued that passion by going to college to be a certified occupational therapy assistant (COTA) attending college at Mount Mary and later Fox Valley Tech. While she was completing her schooling she met Mike Basler, a young Vietnam Veteran; they had their first date at a New Year’s Eve party in 1972 and they were married before the next new year came. The wedding band that she wore for the next 50 years was inscribed "Happy New Year, I Love You". Just over two years after they got married Mike and Kathy welcomed their first daughter, Kelly Michelle into the world. Two and half years later they had Kerry Colleen and then, after another two and a half years came their special little girl Kourtney Corinne. Kathy spent years being a full-time mother and a full-time COTA at Mercy Medical in Oshkosh, but once there were three little girls running around their house Kathy knew she would have to give up her job to make sure she was always there for her daughters. As a mother (and a wife, and a friend) Kathy was fiercely loyal, bottomlessly compassionate and tenaciously protective. Once you were in Kathy’s "family" you never had to worry about having a ear to bend about your problems, a shoulder to cry on or a defender to go to battle for you. But her true love language was cooking, and she was never more happy then when she could watch someone enjoy a meal that she had prepared for them. She always said that, "If you leave my house hungry it’s your own damn fault!". Kathy also loved being a grandmother to her only grandchild, whom she adored spoiling rotten. For those of you who knew her well, know that her three biggest loves in life were God, her family and her pets. Thank you Kathy for being there for all of us that loved you. We know that you will be holding each of our hands as we continue through this life without you. The family would like to thank everyone of Kathy’s friends and family members that stayed in constant contact with her until the end even though she was too ill for visitors. Also, a special thanks to her hospice caregivers: Angie H and Angela C who treated her with such kind compassion and helped her exit this world with as much dignity as was possible. Cremation has taken place and a private burial will be held by the family, a celebration of life will be held at a later date. Kathy did not want a service, so please celebrate her life in whatever way each of you thinks is the most befitting of this remarkable woman. We suggest maybe putting on your favorite Patsy Cline record the next time you’re watching a beautiful sunset. Kathy and Mike never met a stray animal that they didn’t fall in love with so, if you wish, please make a donation to the Oshkosh Area Humane Society in Kathy’s honor. One thing that many people didn’t know about Kathy is that she loved writing. In her life she wrote innumerable short stories, and poems, along with two unpublished novels. Kathy would like to leave us all with this thought: Weep not for meI hear your hearts breakingHeaven was calling and I had to leaveSo until we meet again Know that I am watching over youTry not to be sad for I am at peace

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Shirley J. Nicolaisen

Apr 08, 1938 - Feb 17, 2024

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Oshkosh, WI

Shirley J. Nicolaisen, age 85 of Oshkosh, passed away at her residence on Saturday, February 17, 2024. She was born on April 8, 1938 to the late Paul and Virginia (Schroeder) Berry in Oshkosh. Shirley was united in marriage to Earl Nicolaisen on October 10, 1959 after having been next-door-neighbors since age 12. Together they raised one daughter.Shirley dedicated 37 years of her working career to AT&T and retired as a supervisor. Shirley's joy in life came from spending quality time with her loved ones, whether it was casting a line on a peaceful fishing trip, traveling the world, swinging her clubs on the golf course, or meticulously crafting beautiful pieces through her love of sewing.Shirley is lovingly survived by her husband of 64 years, Earl Nicolaisen; daughter, Vicky (Mark) Wenzel; granddaughter, Sarah (fiancé Tyler Phumphrey, and his daughter Dessie) Wenzel; siblings, Richard (Judy) Berry and Donna Gruska; special niece, Nicole (Nick) Theodosis. She is further survived by many other nieces and nephews.In addition to her parents, Shirley was preceded in death by her brother-in-law, Roger Gruska.A funeral service for Shirley will be held at Konrad-Behlman Funeral Home-Westside, 100 Lake Pointe Dr. on Friday, February 23, 2024 at 12:00 p.m. Visitation will take place at the funeral home from 10:00 a.m. until the time of the service.In lieu of flowers, a memorial will be established.

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Gloria J. Kroening

Jan 28, 1944 - Feb 19, 2024

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Oshkosh, WI

Gloria J. Kroening, age 80, passed away on Monday, February 19, 2024. She was born on January 28, 1944, in Oshkosh to the late Ernst Jr. and Irma (Kamrath) Lisek.Gloria graduated from the general school of nursing program at UW Madison in 1965. She worked as a surgical nurse at Mercy Medical Center in Oshkosh. On January 15, 1966, she married her high school sweetheart Norbert "Nubbs" Kroening in Oshkosh. She stayed with him in Germany for over a year as he was station there for the Army. Upon their return she worked at Mercy until she had her two sons. Later in life she was a volunteer at Mercy and worked for Bethel Home and Urologic Associates.Gloria’s compassion and generosity extended far beyond her profession. An avid quilter, she was a valued member and former president for four years of the Lakeside Quilters Guild. Her talents were celebrated at the EAA quilt show and various retreats, where she received numerous ribbons for her beautiful creations. She always had a creative handmade quilt or table runner for her family and friends. Gloria was part of the dedicated group of individuals known as the Nifty 9 Patches, fostering education and fellowship within the quilting community. Her altruistic nature also led her to crochet scarves for the Oshkosh Boys and Girls Club, brightening the lives of many.In addition to quilting, Gloria loved golfing, reading a good mystery novel, and putting together puzzles all while nibbling on Hughes meltaways. Gloria found solace and strength in the fellowship of AA for over 30 years, where she touched the lives of many with her wisdom and unwavering support.Gloria is survived by her husband of 58 years, Norbert "Nubbs" Kroening; brother, Ernst (Virginia) Lisek III; sister, Karen (Paul) Morton; daughter-in-law, Lori Kroening; sister-in-law, Bonnie (Bob) Olson; brother-in-law, Clark Siebold; and numerous nieces, nephews, and their family dog, Maggie. She was preceded in death by her sons: Ted Kroening and Norbert "Trip" Kroening III; and sister-in-law, Karen Siebold.A funeral service for Gloria will be held at 1:00 pm on Thursday, February 29, 2024, at Konrad-Behlman Funeral Home, 100 Lake Pointe Dr, Oshkosh. Visitation will be held at the funeral home on Thursday from 10:00 am until the time of service. She will be laid to rest at Peace Lutheran Cemetery.In lieu of flowers, a memorial has been established.The family would like to thank the staff at Bella Vista and Compassus Hospice for their care of Gloria.

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James D. Seidl

Apr 21, 1955 - Feb 23, 2024

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Oshkosh, WI

James D. Seidl, age 68 of Oshkosh, passed away peacefully at Ascension Mercy Hospital on Friday, February 23, 2024 due to heart failure. Jim was born on April 21, 1955, to the late David and Lois (Roebke) Seidl in Oshkosh. He was united in marriage to Connie Pierce on September 17, 1977 and together raised two children.A natural storyteller with a sharp wit, Jim could keep a room entertained for hours with his anecdotes and jokes; this made his career as a route salesman a perfect fit for many years. Jim’s strong faith was a guiding light in his life, which got him through both joyous and challenging times. Jim's love for his children and grandchildren knew no bounds, and he found immense happiness in their company. His love for fishing was evident, and he cherished his time spent on fishing trips with his buddies, especially when trout fishing. Jim's passion for history, particularly the WWII and Civil War eras, fueled his love for visiting historical sites like Gettysburg. Having a special connection to the Southwest, Jim cherished the region's beauty and culture.Jim will be forever cherished by his "Honey Bunny", Connie Seidl; children, Kelly (Joel) Nesbit and Michael (Valerie) Seidl; grandchildren, Violet Nesbit, Dylan and Grayson Seidl; sisters, Julie (Tim) Matsche and Janet (Mark) Leichtnam; sisters-and-brothers-in-law, Tori Seidl, James (Blanca) Pierce, and Susie (Curt) Knight; aunt Noreen Schumacher, and uncle Ronald "Butchy" Roebke. Jim is further survived by many nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his brother, Jeffrey Seidl; father-and-mother-in-law, Glenn and Marjorie Pierce.A funeral service for Jim will be held at 5:00 p.m. on Saturday, March 2, 2024 at Konrad-Behlman Funeral Home-Westside, 100 Lake Pointe Dr. with Fr. Joe Mattern officiating. Visitation will be held at the funeral home from 3:00 p.m. until the time of the service.In honor of Jim’s generous nature, the family requests that in lieu of flowers, consider making a donation in memory of Jim to the Salvation Army, Red Cross, or the Lutheran Food Pantry.

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Peter (Pete) Mark Krumenauer

Oct 08, 1945 - Feb 23, 2024

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Oshkosh, WI

Peter (Pete) Mark Krumenauer, age 78, went home to be with the Lord on February 23, 2024 in Oshkosh. During high school, Pete began to work at his father Mark’s business, Krumenauer Company Inc., a well-known Oshkosh store selling restaurant supplies. He was an excellent salesman for clients all over northeast Wisconsin, and beloved by everyone who knew him. He eventually took over the business. It was a small company, but his employees Bob Himmler, Randy Hentz, and Mary Engelmann were like family. Bob and Randy have both been with Krumenauer Co. for 50+ years. He was so proud to hand the business over to his son Chris in 2010 when he retired.Pete loved sports and excelled especially in bowling. He was inducted into the Oshkosh Bowling Hall of Fame, and was Senior Bowler of the year from 2000-2006. He bowled nine 300 games and had four 800+ series, all while being proud to be a "lefty." He also enjoyed duck hunting, fishing, and golfing. Pete is survived in death by his much-loved wife Susan and his son Christopher, "second daughter" (daughter-in-law) Ellen, and daughter Kim (Stephan) Cecil. He was cherished by his grandchildren Lucas, Kaela, Connor, and Caeden. His sisters Constance (Chuck) Zonick, Susan (Tom) Petersen, and Linda (Ben) Cotton all survive him as well. His mother Ruth and father Mark preceded him in death.A Celebration of Life service will be held for family and close friends in summer. A memorial fund will be established at a later date.

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Terry Keith Lichtenberg

Apr 04, 1940 - Feb 26, 2024

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Oshkosh, WI

Terry Keith Lichtenberg, 83, of Oshkosh, passed away onFebruary 26th, 2024 at Aurora Hospital in Oshkosh. He was bornin the city of Clintonville, WI on April 4, 1940, son of Herbert andValrie Lichtenberg. Terry attended high school in Clintonville, WIand graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree from the University ofStevens Point. On July 17, 1965 he married the love of his lifeGeraldine Ruth Lichtenberg in Oak Lawn, IL and together raisedtwo daughters. In 1973 the family moved to Oshkosh, WI. Afamily could not have asked for a more devoted husband andfather.Terry spent his professional career working for the Social SecurityAdministration assisting families in need. He assisted with mealson wheels and was a member of the Kiwanis Club for manyyears. He also volunteered to be a big brother for another child inneed. In his retirement, he continued his vocation through variousendeavors including being a school crossing guard, taking care ofneighbors in need of assistance, assisting people at the seniorcenter in Oshkosh with filing of their annual taxes and workingwith the census bureau. He was also an active member of TrinityLutheran Church for 50 years and had a devout love of JesusChrist and this was of great comfort to him at the end. Throughouthis life he enjoyed hunting, fishing, playing softball, golfing,playing cards and bowling. He was also an avid sports fan andespecially enjoyed watching the Packers, Brewers and Badgers.As time went on and he had to slow down (a little) he would oftenenjoy playing games such as sheepshead, 3 up, cribbage,scrabble, sequence and canasta with friends and family. He wasnever one to sit idle and this continued up until almost his finalday.Terry is survived by his devoted wife of 59 years, GeraldineLichtenberg, his two daughters, Tamara (Daniel) Brehm of TheWoodlands, TX and Nicole (Jeffrey) Golden of Omro, WI;grandchildren Tyler (Victoria) Brehm, Colton (Rosemary) Brehm,Jacob (Kate) Brehm, Jared Golden and Kaitlyn Golden;great-grandchildren David, William and Charlotte Brehm; abrother Dennis Lichtenberg and many nieces and nephews.He was preceded in death by his parents, Herbert & ValrieLichtenberg, sister DeAnn Stuebs, brother-in-law Ward Stuebs,sisters-in-law Patricia Lichtenberg and Kimberly Grining, andvarious aunts, uncles, and cousins. Funeral Services will be held at Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church (370 Bowen Street Oshkosh, WI) on Monday March 4,, 2024 at 11:00 a.m. with Rev. James Pemberton officiating. Visitation will be held at the church from 9:30 am until the time of service. Burial will take place at Graceland Cemetery in Clintonville. The family would like to thank the Aurora Medical team for theirtime and caring attention they gave Terry for the duration of hisillness. We would also like to thank all friends and family whohave been so supportive during this difficult time.A memorial has been established in memory of Terry.

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Brian Alvin Schultz

Jun 15, 1970 - Feb 22, 2024

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Oshkosh, WI

To know him was to love him; or at least like him a little bit. Brian Alvin Schultz, 53, was reunited with his Hero/dad, Chris, and both maternal and paternal grandparents, on Thursday, Feb. 22, 2024, as a result of a car accident. He will be missed by his mother, brother and 3 sisters along with nieces, nephews, great nieces and nephews, so many friends, aunts, uncles, cousins and colleagues. He wasn’t a man who wore his heart on his sleeve and although he hated being “mushy,” he would definitely want to let the very special people in his life know how special they actually were. His best friend of 45 years, Tim was always a call away. He loved spending time with Alex fishing or joking over a good drink. Maria “Ria,” whom he helped raise as his own, was so loved and the daughter he never had. He was so proud of his sister, Kara’s “the rat” accomplishments. There is nothing he wouldn’t do for his mother, Dorothy Schultz whom he enjoyed sharing recipes with and taking to bingo. His baby sister, Kim or as he would call her, Bufrado, is his “mini-me,” who he was most protective of, taught and shared so much too and who he was closest with. Although they were political opposites, a cold beer could be shared by the fire with his brother-in-law, John. Brian’s favorite person on earth, his pride and joy, was his granddaughter, Ivy. He was so looking forward to watching her grow up and taking her to Great America and Wisconsin Dells, “when she was tall enough” and told everyone every cute thing they did together. Brian was born and grew up in Oshkosh, WI and graduated from Oshkosh West High School in 1986. A few years after school, he ventured off to what he would refer to as his “greatest adventure” and moved to Alaska, where the majority of his many captivating stories would take place. He moved back to Wisconsin in 2022, while working in management, fulfilled his promise to his dad by watching over his mom until the day of his death. Brian was hardworking and his impressive resume listed a variety of different certifications obtained to perform the many jobs he had over his lifetime. He choose to look at each of those jobs as an adventure. He was in forestry, a fire-fighter, owned his own pizza shop, bartended, worked in factories, was a fisherman, worked in corrections, and was a chef, just to name a few. When he wasn’t working, he enjoyed fishing, gaming with his friends, being with his dog, taking care of his fish tanks, watching old west movies, or socializing. He also spent time researching his dad’s time in the military. Music was his first love. He enjoyed a variety of music but specifically loved 70s rock, and he always boasted about his drumming abilities and his days being in a band. He dreamed of writing a book about all his adventures and although that didn’t come to fruition, he made sure to tell everyone who would listen, about them. Brian did not want a funeral. Instead, a celebration of life will be arranged at a later date and it was his wish to spend eternity in Alaska. Brian was a smart, humble, kind, extrovert who loved to make people laugh, and although he didn’t think so, left an impact on everyone he encountered. His family thanks those who have reached out and have spoken the many praises Brian deserves.

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Pamela Jean Fornander

Oct 16, 1954 - Feb 02, 2024

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Oshkosh, WI

Pamela "Pam" Fornander, 69, of Oshkosh, passed away Friday, February 2, 2024 at her home with her dog, BB, at her side.Pam’s family and friends are invited to a graveside service held at 11:00 am., Saturday, February 10, 2024 at the Antelope Valley Cemetery.Per Pam's wishes cremation has taken place and there will be no visitation.Memorials in Pam's name can be made to the Oshkosh Public Library or the Antelope Valley Church Fund.Holechek-Bondegard Funeral Home and Cremations in Oshkosh is serving the Fornander family.Pamela Jean Fornander was born October 16, 1954, to Paul and Jean Edge (Ranum) in Darlington Wisconsin. She cherished her early years in Wisconsin with her family and Grandma and Grandpa Ranum. She then moved to Julesburg CO and attended elementary school and two years of high school, before moving with her family to Chappell NE, where she finished her high school career. She attended Hastings Community College for one year. She married Lyndon Fornander on June 26, 1976, at Berea Lutheran church. Pam and Lyndon made their home Northeast of Oshkosh. Kyle Adam arrived on August 25, 1977, and Seain August completed the family on August 28, 1980. Pam had many responsibilities from helping people all over the county to tending to the family ranch. Along with the herd of cattle, Pam had her herd of animals that she brought home from the animal shelter. Pam was also known for her cooking and baking as she was known for making amazing branding meals and bringing meals to the field. Pam was a master at making sure everyone was fed even if it was not planned and she just had to "Whip Something Up".There was no question how big Pam’s heart was. No matter who or where any person came from, would welcome them with open arms. Pam loved feeding birds and planting flowers in front of her house, her favorites being roses and lilies. On her spare time, she would most likely be reading or having a sit and talk with anyone who walked through the door. No matter where Pam was or what she was doing, she was guaranteed to have one of her "fur babies" by her side. Throughout the years, she took home four dogs from the animal shelter, Percy, Rusty, Cooper, and BB. She also enjoyed supporting her "grand babes" in whatever they chose to do. She attended countless recitals, games, science fairs, and cattle shows.Pam was always up for any adventure, whether it be a planned or unplanned road trip, hockey game, sky diving, camping trip, or any adventure that could turn into something meaningful that would create a memory. Pam’s Family would also like to send out a special thank you to Hospice of the Plains for the extra special care they gave in the last few months they are some extra special people.Pam is survived by her husband, Lyndon; sons, Kyle (Wendy) Fornander and Seain (Amanda Nussbaum) Fornander; grandchildren, Taylor, Kole, Cadence, Payton; stepfather Jim (Connie) Bryant; siblings, Ron (Kathy) Edge, Deb (Mike) Woodhead, Judy (Randy) Martin, Tim (Hayley) Groshans, John (Julie) Groshans, Tona (Joe) Heinemann, and Tina Bryant; Lyndon’s siblings, Darwin (Tracy) Fornander, Stan (Sue) Fornander, and Mailyn Snook; numerous nieces and nephews and many many friends.She was preceded in death by her mom, Jean, father, Paul, mother and father-in-law, Alice and Joel Fornander and her Grandma and Grandpa Ranum.

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