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Joel Schroeder

Feb 04, 1974 - Jun 27, 2023

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Glenwood City, WI

Died: June 27, 2023Joel Philip Schroeder of West Sedona, AZ died of sudden heart failure at North Memorial Hospital in Robbinsdale MN on June 27 at the age of 49. He was born in Menomonie, Wisconsin minutes after his twin brother, Jeremy; the twins were born on their mother's birthday. Joel was baptized and confirmed at St. John's Lutheran church in Boyceville, Wisconsin. In 1992 he graduated from Glenwood City High School where he was a member of the National Honor Society, the band and the cho...Read More

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Gladys Mary Best

Feb 13, 1931 - Feb 10, 2024

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Glenwood City, WI

Gladys Mary Best, age 92, of Glenwood City, Wisconsin passed away Saturday, February 10, 2024 peacefully at Glenhaven with hospice.She was born at the family home in Glenwood City, February 13, 1931, to Louie and Lillian Goetkin. As a young girl she loved school and music playing many musical instruments including piano. She grew up and went to school in Glenwood City, graduating valedictorian of her class. After graduation she worked at the 1st National Bank of Glenwood. She married Robert Earl Best on August 5, 1950 and they were blessed with five sons. While raising her family, she continued her career at 1st National bank, retiring as Vice President in 1993.Gladys was active in the American Legion Auxiliary, American Red Cross, and CCW at St. John’s Catholic Church where she played organ and sang in the choir for over sixty years.Many people would have seen Gladys out on her daily walks, no matter what the weather. Her other interests include gardening, mowing lawn, and reading which lead to her working at the library following her retirement from the bank. In addition to spending time with family and friends, two of her passions were music and playing the piano which she shared with the students that she taught over the years.Gladys is preceded in death by her parents, Louie and Lillian Goetkin, sister, Clarabel Misslin, her son, Jim and special friend, Paul Murtha. She is survived by four sons, Steven (Sandy), Tom (Doreen), David (Jerra) and John (Jodi). Grandchildren: Jennifer, Michelle, Brianna, Amanda, Lynda, Jason, Ryan, Tena, Joseph, Elizabeth, Steven, Kyle, Jeromie and Cory and 30 great and great-great grandchildren. She is also survived by numerous nieces and nephews all of whom she considered special.A Mass of Christian burial will be held at 11:00 a.m. Tuesday, February 13, 2024 at the St. John the Baptist Catholic Church in Glenwood City, WI with celebrant Father John Long. Burial will be in the St. John’s Catholic Cemetery, Glenwood City. Friends may  call at the church from 9-11 a.m. prior to Mass.Anderson Funeral Home of Glenwood City assisted the family with arrangements.

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Richard Anthony Obermueller

Nov 04, 1942 - Jan 22, 2024

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Glenwood City, WI

Richard Anthony “Dick” Obermueller, age 81 of Glenwood City, WI. Died Monday January 22, 2024 at Glenhaven Inc. with hospice.Dick was born November 4, 1942 in the twp. Of Glenwood, WI to Edward and Hattie (Hirsch) Obermueller.He attended the local rural school and later graduated from Glenwood City High School in 1961 after receiving a FFA state farmer award in 1960. Dick spent most of his life in the Glenwood area only during the time he worked for Andersen Windows and Montgomery Wards.Dick married Grace Mary Mahoney on May 2, 1964 at St John’s Catholic Church and they were blessed with four children, 8 grandchildren and 7 great grandchildren. While raising the family Dick also farmed, road construction on I 94, Kwik Trip and the local feed mill. He also worked for Minnesota Breeders, Select Sires and Sire Power.Dick loved Percheron horses, going to tractor pulls, horse pulls, bowling, playing softball and football in high school. He was avid fan of his beloved Green Bay Packers, Milwaukee Brewers, Wisconsin Badgers and the Hilltoppers.Dick is preceded in death by his son Joe, parents and brothers Francis, Jim, and Jerome.He is survived wife Grace, children Lori (Dion) Klinger, Rick (Lori) Obermueller and Dan Obermueller. He was blessed with 8 grandchildren Marietta (Cory) Britton, Bethanne (Sam) DeStefano, Valori (Isaac) Burton, Jenesa Klinger (Carson Strong), Joe Obermueller Fiance Ashlee Peterson, Jake Obermueller, Lisa (Kirk) Alger and Dustin Avery. Great grandchildren Brody and Cayson Britton, Jacob Burton, Kaylie and Garett Avery, Lana and Damon Alger. Siblings Mary (Barry) Mahoney, Margaret (Jim) Jirsa, Bob (Theresa) Obermueller, Don (Star) Obermueller, Sisters and Brothers-in-law, Kathy Obemueller, Mary (John) Mikla, Pat (Melinda) Mahoney, Jim (Keri) Mahoney and Margaret (Dennis) Ohman. He is further survived by many nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.Dick was lifetime member of St. John the Baptist Catholic Church and also a member of the Knights of Columbus.Mass of Christian burial will be held on 11:00 a.m. Friday, January 26, 2024 at St Johns the Baptist Catholic Church with celebrant Father John Long. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Friends may call on Thursday, January 25, 2024, from 3 to 7 p.m. at the Anderson Funeral Home in Glenwood City and one prior on Friday at the church.

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DeWayne Ward Hedlund

May 19, 1930 - Jan 24, 2024

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Glenwood City, WI

DeWayne Ward Hedlund died January 24th at home, surrounded by family. DeWayne was born to Edwin and Dorothy Hedlund on May 19, 1930 at the family farm in Tiffany township. He graduated from Boyceville High School in 1950.  DeWayne  served in the US Army from 1951 until discharged in 1953 after returning home from fighting in the Korean war, he was united in marriage to Helen Davis of Downing)on May 12, 1954. They moved to Minneapolis where DeWayne started working in construction. He became a cement mason, working many years for JESCO and Kelleher, eventually being promoted to a foreman.DeWayne and Helen were blessed with five children; Jeffrey, Lori, Dean, Kevin and Janet. They purchased an 80 acre hobby farm in 1972, a mile from where he was born. It became known by many friends and family as “the farm”; hosting many gatherings of family and friends. DeWayne loved a good card game of 500 or Euchre. Many evenings he could be found at the kitchen table playing cards with family and friends. Upon retirement DeWayne and Helen moved to the farm full-time. Raising Hereford beef cattle and farming became DeWayne’s new job. DeWayne and Helen became members of St. Luke’s Catholic church in Boyceville and enjoyed many years of fellowship with their St. Luke’s family. He enjoyed his grandchildren and spent many hours teaching them the value of work and play. Riding in Grandpa’s Polaris Ranger with him often led to fixing fence, picking rock, finding other chores that needed to be done, or just taking a joy ride. DeWayne could usually be found out in his pole shed working on many projects; no job was too big or small for him to figure out.DeWayne is proceeded in death by his parents Ed and Dorothy Hedlund, son Dean Hedlund, Daughter-in-law Pam Hedlund, brother Jerome Hedlund, sister Shirley Miller.DeWayne is survived by: Wife Helen; children, Dawn (Kevin) Tschaen, Jeff Hedlund, Lori (Bill) Hurtgen, Kevin Hedlund, Janet (Tony) Smith, Sisters; Sherry Bay, Sandy (George) Rooney, Sheila (Paul) Webber, sisters-in-law Judy Hedlund and June Hansen. Grandchildren: Melissa (Troy), James, Sarah, Jolene (Tom), Kathy (Brad), Kristin (Bill), Theresa (Matt), Sara (Mike), Mike (Heather), Amanda, Alex, Morgan and Miles. Great-grandchildren: Harli, Derek, Dylan, Bradly, Makayla, Esabella, Ty, Dean, Blake, Cheyenne, Maverick, Paxton, Landon, Logan, Carter, Conner, Caitlyn Rose, Brittany, Megan, Laurel, Lilou. Many nieces, nephews and great nieces and nephews and Godchildren.A Mass of Christian burial will be on Thursday, February 1, 2024 at St. Luke’s Catholic Church in Boyceville, WI at 10:30 a.m. Friends may call from 4-7 p.m. at Anderson Funeral Home on Wednesday, January 31, 2024. Visitation one hour prior at the church with closed casket.Anderson Funeral Home of Glenwood City is assisting the family with arrangements. www.andersonfuneralhomegcwi.com

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DeWayne Ward Hedlund

May 19, 1930 - Jan 24, 2024

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Glenwood City, WI

DeWayne Ward Hedlund died January 24th at home, surrounded by family. DeWayne was born to Edwin and Dorothy Hedlund on May 19, 1930 at the family farm in Tiffany township. He graduated from Boyceville High School in 1950.  DeWayne  served in the US Army from 1951 until discharged in 1953 after returning home from fighting in the Korean war, he was united in marriage to Helen Davis of Downing)on May 12, 1954. They moved to Minneapolis where DeWayne started working in construction. He became a cement mason, working many years for JESCO and Kelleher, eventually being promoted to a foreman.DeWayne and Helen were blessed with five children; Jeffrey, Lori, Dean, Kevin and Janet. They purchased an 80 acre hobby farm in 1972, a mile from where he was born. It became known by many friends and family as “the farm”; hosting many gatherings of family and friends. DeWayne loved a good card game of 500 or Euchre. Many evenings he could be found at the kitchen table playing cards with family and friends. Upon retirement DeWayne and Helen moved to the farm full-time. Raising Hereford beef cattle and farming became DeWayne’s new job. DeWayne and Helen became members of St. Luke’s Catholic church in Boyceville and enjoyed many years of fellowship with their St. Luke’s family. He enjoyed his grandchildren and spent many hours teaching them the value of work and play. Riding in Grandpa’s Polaris Ranger with him often led to fixing fence, picking rock, finding other chores that needed to be done, or just taking a joy ride. DeWayne could usually be found out in his pole shed working on many projects; no job was too big or small for him to figure out.DeWayne is proceeded in death by his parents Ed and Dorothy Hedlund, son Dean Hedlund, Daughter-in-law Pam Hedlund, brother Jerome Hedlund, sister Shirley Miller.DeWayne is survived by: Wife Helen; children, Dawn (Kevin) Tschaen, Jeff Hedlund, Lori (Bill) Hurtgen, Kevin Hedlund, Janet (Tony) Smith, Sisters; Sherry Bay, Sandy (George) Rooney, Sheila (Paul) Webber, sisters-in-law Judy Hedlund and June Hansen. Grandchildren: Melissa (Troy), James, Sarah, Jolene (Tom), Kathy (Brad), Kristin (Bill), Theresa (Matt), Sara (Mike), Mike (Heather), Amanda, Alex, Morgan and Miles. Great-grandchildren: Harli, Derek, Dylan, Bradly, Makayla, Esabella, Ty, Dean, Blake, Cheyenne, Maverick, Paxton, Landon, Logan, Carter, Conner, Caitlyn Rose, Brittany, Megan, Laurel, Lilou. Many nieces, nephews and great nieces and nephews and Godchildren.A Mass of Christian burial will be on Thursday, February 1, 2024 at St. Luke’s Catholic Church in Boyceville, WI at 10:30 a.m. Friends may call from 4-7 p.m. at Anderson Funeral Home on Wednesday, January 31, 2024. Visitation one hour prior at the church with closed casket.Anderson Funeral Home of Glenwood City is assisting the family with arrangements. www.andersonfuneralhomegcwi.com

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Richard Anthony Obermueller

Nov 04, 1942 - Jan 22, 2024

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Glenwood City, WI

Richard Anthony “Dick” Obermeuller, age 81 of Glenwood City, WI. Died Monday January 22, 2024 at Glenhaven Inc. with hospice.Dick was born November 4, 1942 in the twp. Of Glenwood, WI to Edward and Hattie (Hirsch) Obermueller.He attended the local rural school and later graduated from Glenwood City High School in 1961 after receiving a FFA state farmer award in 1960. Dick spent most of his life in the Glenwood area only during the time he worked for Andersen Windows and Montgomery Wards.Dick married Grace Mary Mahoney on May 2, 1964 at St John’s Catholic Church and they were blessed with four children, 8 grandchildren and 7 great grandchildren. While raising the family Dick also farmed, road construction on I 94, Kwik Trip and the local feed mill. He also worked for Minnesota Breeders, Select Sires and Sire Power.Dick loved Percheron horses, going to tractor pulls, horse pulls, bowling, playing softball and football in high school. He was avid fan of his beloved Green Bay Packers, Milwaukee Brewers, Wisconsin Badgers and the Hilltoppers.Dick is preceded in death by his son Joe, parents and brothers Francis, Jim, and Jerome.He is survived wife Grace, children Lori (Dion) Klinger, Rick (Lori) Obermueller and Dan Obermueller. He was blessed with 8 grandchildren Marietta (Cory) Britton, Bethanne (Sam) DeStefano, Valori (Isaac) Burton, Jenesa Klinger (Carson Strong), Joe Obermueller Fiance Ashlee Peterson, Jake Obermueller, Lisa (Kirk) Alger and Dustin Avery. Great grandchildren Brody and Cayson Britton, Jacob Burton, Kaylie and Garett Avery, Lana and Damon Alger. Siblings Mary (Barry) Mahoney, Margaret (Jim) Jirsa, Bob (Theresa) Obermueller, Don (Star) Obermueller, Sisters and Brothers-in-law, Kathy Obemueller, Mary (John) Mikla, Pat (Melinda) Mahoney, Jim (Keri) Mahoney and Margaret (Dennis) Ohman. He is further survived by many nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.Dick was lifetime member of St. John the Baptist Catholic Church and also a member of the Knights of Columbus.Mass of Christian burial will be held on 11:00 a.m. Friday, January 26, 2024 at St Johns the Baptist Catholic Church with celebrant Father John Long. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Friends may call on Thursday, January 25, 2024, from 3 to 7 p.m. at the Anderson Funeral Home in Glenwood City and one prior on Friday at the church.

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Tod Richardson

May 18, 1959 - Dec 13, 2023

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Glenwood City, WI

Tod John Richardson, age 64 passed away on December 13, 2023 at Mayo Hospital in Eau Claire Wisconsin from serious health complications. He left our world with bravery and peace with family by his side. Tod was born on May 18, 1959 at St. Joseph's Hospital in St. Paul, Minnesota to Dean and Rose Marie (Fedie) Richardson. In Tod's earlier school days, he played baseball, football and hockey in Inver Grove Heights, Minnesota at Simley Junior and Senior High School. At the age of 16, he moved with his family to England due to his father's work in the computer industry. While living in England, Tod made many friends and with one of those friends he was in a serious motorcycle accident. He spent many critical months in the hospital but recovered with a paralyzed left arm. In 1977 he graduated from London Central High School. After moving to Wisconsin, Tod went on to be an outstanding pool player and bowler, often at Dean's Lanes, his parents bowling alley in Glenwood City. It was his unbelievable ability to shoot pool with one arm that awarded him the nickname "Lefty"Tod also enjoyed fishing, often with his friend Larry and visiting his friend Andre. Tod enjoyed playing solitaire, watching football, game shows and he completed many, many jigsaw puzzles. Most of all Tod loved his 2 little dogs, Chili Dog and Jake. Tod was a loving & helpful companion at home with his mother. He was a kind & faithful man, always thankful of a good meal and never forgetting to ask how someone's day was. Tod was also proud that he had over 30 years of sobriety. Tod was preceded death by his father, Dean Richardson. He will be sadly missed by his mother, Rose Marie and his 4 siblings; twin brother Ted Richardson, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Mark (Jean) Richardson, Inver Grove Heights, Minnesota, Kevin (Linda) Richardson, Green Bay, Wisconsin and his sister Mary (Craig) Ashleson, Downing, Wisconsin. He is also survived by many nieces and nephews and his little dog, Jake. Tod generously donated to Versity Organ and Tissue. Services will be held at the Anderson Funeral Home on Thursday, December 21, 2023 at 7:30 p. m. with Fr. John Long officiating. Friends may call from 4 - 7:30 p. m. the day of the service. Anderson Funeral Home in Glenwood City, WI will be assisting the family with arrangements. andersonfuneralhomewi. com

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Elizabeth Hudson

Sep 08, 1948 - Nov 28, 2023

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Glenwood City, WI

Elizabeth "Libby" (Berends) Hudson, born September 8th, 1948, passed away from complications of diabetes in the early hours of November 28th, 2023 surrounded by family. Libby valued hard work, faith, a good laugh, and the connections she made with friends, family, and colleagues throughout her life. She looked forward to her reunion with her beloved husband Charlie in the afterlife. She leaves behind a large family who will miss her dearly. There will be no funeral service held in honor of her wishes. The Berends family invites you to make a donation to a nonprofit organization in Libby's memory. Libby fought Type 2 Diabetes for a period of her life, so her family would like to raise awareness of its effects & impact. A special thank you to Westfields Hospital staff for the compassionate care provided.

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Richard Lingerfelt

Jan 04, 1947 - Oct 25, 2023

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Glenwood City, WI

In Loving Memory of Richard (Dick) Larry LingerfeltRichard (Dick) Larry Lingerfelt, a man of exceptional skill, unwavering dedication, and boundless love, passed away on October 25, 2023, at the age of 76. Born on January 4, 1947, Dick's life was a testament to service, craftsmanship, and family. Dick was a proud retired Army Sergeant, a master carpenter, and a renowned knifemaker and gunsmith. His hands, guided by creativity and passion, crafted exquisite knives, intricate firearms, and beautiful woodwork. His love for working with his hands extended to his garden, where he nurtured life with the same care and dedication he applied to his craft. He is reunited in eternal peace with his beloved wife, Carlla Jean, and cherished daughters, Carra Kay and Kelly Ann. Preceding him in death were his parents, Richard Luther Lingerfelt and Robbie Lingerfelt, his sisters Joyce Stalker and Theresa Lingerfelt, nephew Carson Stalker, and niece Jill DeSmith. He is also preceded in death by his mother and father in law Al and Linda Holldorf his brother in law Merwyn Holldorf. He is survived by his son Scott Richard Lingerfelt and daughter-in-law Kari, and his daughter Barbara Swank and son-in-law Mike. His legacy lives on through his adoring grandchildren Meredith, Gabe, Garret, and Morgan, Sister Brenda Shelton each a testament to the love he shared and the values he instilled. Dick's dedication to service extended beyond his military career; he was a proud Freemason, a member of Collins-Spring Valley Lodge in Baldwin, WI. His commitment to brotherhood and community reflected his lifelong ethos of making the world a better place. A deployment with his Wisconsin National Guard unit to Iraq marked a significant chapter in his military journey, where he celebrated his 60th birthday amidst bravery and camaraderie. His military career, spanning continents from Alabama to Japan, Korea, Germany, and Iraq, was a source of immense pride and honor for him. Friends and family are invited to celebrate Dick's life and legacy at a memorial service on Saturday, November 4th from 10am until services at 1pm . at Anderson Funeral Home in Glenwood City, WI. As we bid farewell to a remarkable soul, let us remember Dick for his boundless creativity, his unwavering patriotism, and his enduring love for his family, his craft, and his community. May his spirit guide us, and his memory live on in the countless lives he touched.

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Lori Voeltz

Mar 14, 1956 - Oct 24, 2023

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Glenwood City, WI

Lori Ronnet Voeltz left this world on October 24th peacefully in the comfort of her own home surrounded by family. Lori was born in Menomonie, on March 14th, 1956 to Ronald and Donna Brettingen. Lori's roots were firmly planted in Glenwood City on the farm, where she spent most of her life. Some of the things she enjoyed were, going to church, gardening in her greenhouse, and most of all music. Lori was a dedicated and hardworking woman, alongside being a full-time mother, she also worked in the local school systems with young children. Her care and love for animals knew no bounds, dairy farming her entire life with the occasional forty raccoons she raised at once. Lori's compassion and kindness towards all creatures were truly remarkable. She was the beloved wife of Mark Voeltz, and together built a life filled with love and devotion for 42 years. Lori was a cherished mother to her five children, Adrian and wife Kristy Johnson, Adam Johnson, Casey Voeltz and wife Ann, Roni Voeltz and partner Chris Kruegerand Taylor Voeltz and wife Karley. Grandchildren Aiden, Abbie and Noah Johnson, Matthew and Lily Johnson, Mason Voeltz, Chesney, Cora and Landyn Leslie. Brother Darren Brettingen and Sister Doreen and husband Tom Best. She is further survived by many nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. But it was Lori's wit, big heart, and unwavering positivity that endeared her to everyone she met. Her infectious laughter brightened the darkest of days, and her optimistic outlook on life served as a guiding light for her family and friends. In the tapestry of our lives, Lori's thread was woven with love, laughter, and boundless generosity. She leaves behind a legacy of warm compassion and kindness that will be remembered by all who had the privilege of knowing her. Lori will be deeply missed, her absence leaving a void that cannot be filled. As we mourn her passing, let us also celebrate the incredible woman she was and the immense love she shared with the world. May her soul rest in eternal peaceFuneral services will be held 1:pm Saturday October 28, 2023 at Holy Cross Lutheran Church with Pastor Jonathan Zielske officiating. Burial will be the Glenwood Cemetery also of Glenwood City. Friends may call at the church on Saturday from 10 am to 1pm.

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Mary Bonte

May 16, 1934 - Oct 20, 2023

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Glenwood City, WI

Mary Catherine Bonte (Hartwig), 89, of Glenwood City, WI was welcomed into the arms of the Lord and surrounded by love on October 20, 2023. Mary's faith remained at the center of her life and shone through her love for her family and friends. Mary was born on May 16, 1934 to Miles Earl Hartwig and Lucille Irene Hartwig (Gibson). Mary was the youngest of two children with her brother Robert "Bob" Hartwig paving the way for her. Mary received her education beginning at a little schoolhouse in Emerald, Wisconsin and ending with graduation from Glenwood City High School in Glenwood City, Wisconsin. She often told the story that the teachers had great difficulty believing she could be Bob's little sister since she was so well behaved. Mary was wed to Donald William Bonte on July 5, 1952. Mary raised six children with Don on the family's dairy farm; Donald, Dean, Julie, Doug, Dale, and Dan. Mary was so proud of her children and often told stories about each of them growing up on the farm. Mary enjoyed spending time with her family including the 20 grandchildren, 24 great-grandchildren and 1 great-great granddaughter. Mary lived her entire life in the area growing up in Cylon, raising a family with the love of her life on the family farm in Emerald, and enjoying her legacy of children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren at her home in Glenwood City. Mary was known to be a hard worker, often handling the milking and other farm duties including the large flock of chickens and her large flock of children while her husband periodically worked off the farm. Mary once told the story of taking the eggs to town sell so she could buy new shoes for her children. It was obvious to all who knew her how important her family was to her and she set an example for how to care for those around her. Mary also knew how to enjoy life, spending time with family and friends over the years snowmobiling, hosting winter sleigh rides, camping in Shell Lake, Wisconsin, following her grandchildren in their activities and providing her home and food for family gatherings. Known for her kindness and soft-spoken nature as well as her baking repertoire including her always requested "Gramma Cake", pumpkin bars, and banana bread, Mary will be dearly missed by all who knew her. Mary's family asks that she be remembered for the joy she brought to others in her life and not the sadness of her passing. Mary is preceded into the arms of her Lord by parents Miles and Lucille Hartwig, her brother Robert Hartwig, her husband, Donald Bonte, her daughter Julie Brunkhorst, daughter-in-law Lynn (Donald) Bonte and many close relatives. She is survived by her boys, Donald Bonte, Dean and (Kathy) Bonte, Doug and (Pam) Bonte, Dale and (Gloria) Bonte, and Dan and (Lana Bonte) as well as dozens of grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and a great-great-grandchild. A visitation will be held at Anderson Funeral Home on October 26 from 4 - 8 pm with funeral mass service at St. John Catholic Church on October 27 at 10:30 with visitation one hour before the service. Internment and luncheon to follow the service. Flowers and memorial gifts are welcome but not necessary. If moved to make a donation in her honor, Mary steadfastly supported her church and animal welfare.

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