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Michael Krouth

Dec 15, 1951 - Dec 07, 2023

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Green Bay, WI

Michael Krouth, 72, Green Bay, passed away December 7, 2023. A full notice will appear at a later date.

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Marie Ann Zellmer

Sep 12, 1939 - Feb 24, 2024

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Green Bay, WI

Marie Ann Zellmer, 84 of Oshkosh, passed away unexpectedly on Saturday, February, 24, 2024 at Aurora BayCare of Green Bay. She was born in the city of Westfield, WI on September 12, 1939, daughter of Herbert C. Johnson and Matilda M. (Kassner) Johnson. On December 29, 1956, she married the love of her life, Gary W. Zellmer in Oshkosh, WI, and together raised four children.Earlier in life, Marie worked at various places throughout Oshkosh. She worked in the office at Miles Kimball and announced school lunches on a local radio station. She eventually worked as a bookkeeper at the Park Plaza Mall and then the Outlet Mall, where she retired. Later in life, while wintering in Tucson, AZ, she volunteered in the mailroom at the Voyager Retirement Community, where she eventually became postmaster. During the summer months, Marie and Gary would spend their time in Waupaca, WI, and Marie worked part-time for Dr. John Grandone at ThedaClark in Neenah.Upon moving back to Oshkosh, Marie became more active in her church, Calvary Lutheran Church. She participated in various church activities such as the chime choir, offerings counter, prayer group, and bible study. She also lent her time to the LWR Quilters and often visited shut-ins to offer companionship and support. Known for her passion for knitting and crocheting, Marie spent countless hours creating hats, booties, and blankets for donation to Tucson, AZ hospitals, bringing warmth and comfort to countless babies. In her free time, she enjoyed taking leisurely strolls around Havenwood Lake and engaging in friendly card games with fellow residents.Marie is survived by, her loving husband of 67 years, Gary Zellmer; children, Linda (Kevin Winter) Crowe of Plymouth, WI, Laurie (Mark) Huffington of Eagan, MN, Robin (Teri) Voss of Oshkosh, WI, and Scott Zellmer of Washington, DC; grandchildren, Jamie (Audra Howen) Voss, Jon (Tabbi Kraus) Crowe, Lindsey Murillo, Ryan Crowe, Ashley Crowe, Katie (Nate) Pattee, Josh (Faby) Kaltenbach, Sarah (Beely) Kalvong; great-grandchildren, Mckenna, Peyson, Chloe, Desiree and McKenzie Voss, Aubrey (Rogers) Crowe, Eliakim, King and Leo Murillo, Calum, Levi and Wren Pattee, Evelyn Kalvong and Rylan Kraus. She is further survived by several aunts, uncles, cousins and many special friends.She was preceded in death by her parents, Herbert and Matilda Johnson, sister, Peggy Reh, grandson, Jordan Voss, as well as aunts, uncles and cousins.A funeral service for Marie will be held at 1:00 p.m. on Friday, March 8, 2024 at Calvary Lutheran Church, 2580 W. 9th Ave. Oshkosh, WI 54904. Visitation will be held at the church from 11:00 a.m. until the time of the service. Burial will take place at Lake View Memorial Park.

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Peter Byron Loken

Sep 19, 1942 - Feb 26, 2024

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Green Bay, WI

Peter Byron Loken of Green Bay, Wisconsin, passed away on February 26, 2024, at the age of 81. Peter was born on September 19, 1942, to Byron and Betty (Cameron) Loken in Eau Claire, Wisconsin. He graduated from Memorial High School in 1960. He received his Bachelor’s Degree from The University of Wisconsin Eau Claire in 1965 and went on to earn his Master’s Degree in education from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh in 1970. On August 1, 1970, Peter married Ruth Hartzell and together they welcomed their two beloved children, Michael and Sara. They made their home in Green Bay where Pete impacted many students’ lives as an educator and guidance counselor for the Green Bay School District, spending most of his years at Edison Middle School.Pete enjoyed visiting with friends and family, telling stories, watching westerns and World War II documentaries, and of course, baseball. But most of all he loved anything regarding his children and grandson and was so proud of all of their accomplishments. He was an avid card player who loved cribbage, sheepshead, 500, poker, and bridge. His weekly card games at Happy Joe’s were a true highlight. Pete was a Master level bridge player and he looked forward to tournaments where he could play and meet up with friends. Pete had the biggest heart and would do anything to help someone, whether family, friend, or stranger. His donations to numerous charities and causes touched many.Pete is survived by his son, Michael (Elizabeth) Loken of Stillwater, MN; daughter, Sara Loken, of Green Bay, WI; grandson Samuel Loken of Stillwater, MN; brothers Richard Loken of Green Bay, WI and Mark (Deb) Loken of Eau Claire, WI; as well as many cousins, nieces, nephews, and friends.Peter is preceded in death by his parents, Byron and Betty Loken; brother Thomas Loken; sister-in-law Roberta Loken, maternal and paternal grandparents; several aunts, uncles, cousins, and his feline companion Sophie. A special thank you to the Bristol Hospice team for their care and support of Peter over the last six months. Another special thank you to all his wonderful lifelong friends including the Andersons, Doles, and Winskes. In accordance with his wishes, a private celebration of life will be held on a future date. In lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation to the charity of your choice.Blessed be the memory of Peter Byron Loken.

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Krista L. Finley

Nov 11, 1979 - Feb 19, 2024

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Green Bay, WI

Krista L. Finley, 44, passed away unexpectedly on Monday, February 19, 2024. She was born in Rochester, MN on November 11, 1979, the daughter of Jerry and Betty (Evanson) Finley. She attended Stewartville, Minnesota schools and graduated from Mayo High School in Rochester, Minnesota. Krista held an associate degree from Rochester Community & Technical College and a bachelor’s degree in finance (minor in accounting) from Mankato State University. After college, she worked in finance & retail roles. Most recently she worked in Green Bay, Wisconsin. As a child Krista enjoyed swimming, ballet, playing the flute, softball, and volleyball. She was always a lover of the outdoors and being active. She enjoyed fishing, boating, and hiking with family and friends. Krista liked to challenge herself with gym workouts and fitness training and was adventurous in her travels. She found pleasure in writing poems, drawing, and creating and viewing artwork. Krista had fun making smores, gingerbread houses and playing games and cards with her nieces and nephews. She is survived by her parents, Betty Finley, Green Bay and Jerry Finley, Stewartville, MN; sister, Laura (Chad) Finley-Opicka, De Pere; brother, Andrew Finley (Ellie Swanson) of Eyota, MN; nieces and nephews: Hudson, Grayson, Sawyer, Evelynn, Katelynn, Haven and paternal grandfather, Jerry V. Finley, Chatfield, MN. She is preceded in death by her maternal grandparents, paternal grandmother, great-grandparents and an uncle. Per Krista’s wishes a private service was held on Saturday, March 2, at Proko-Wall Funeral Home in Green Bay, WI. Burial in the Allouez Catholic Cemetery. Online condolences may be sent to Krista’s family at www.prokowall.com. She will be missed & remembered by her family as a girl with a big smile who swam like a fish and didn’t mind getting dirty playing with the frogs, and who became an intelligent, beautiful, courageous woman who was loved very much.

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John S. Okoniewski

Aug 22, 1949 - Feb 25, 2024

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Green Bay, WI

It turns out even the lives of those who are larger than life must come to an end. After a tenacious battle with sepsis, former Green Bay Packers linebacker, long-time Green Bay resident, and retired Luxemburg-Casco High School principal John S. (“Steve”) Okoniewski died at his home Sunday, February 25, 2024. Born August 22, 1949 in Bremerton, WA, Steve had an active childhood exploring the Pacific Northwest wilderness and playing sports. Time in nature and athletics would persist as prevailing themes his whole life. Steve’s toughness and strength attracted the attention of colleges. He started college on a football scholarship at the University of Washington, went on to earn the title of All American both offensively and defensively at Everett Community College in Everett, WA, and then graduated from the University of Montana after twice earning the title of All American. He would later be inducted into the State of Montana’s Football Hall of Fame in 2021. Selected as pick No. 42 in the second round of the NFL draft, a 6-year NFL career followed Steve’s days as a Montana Grizzly. This career introduced him to Green Bay, where he played from 1974 – 1976. “He’s not blessed with the most physical talent, but there’s not a harder worker,” then-Coach Bart Starr said of Steve. “You’d like to be able to transplant his heart into some people.” After hanging up his own football jersey, Steve found a way to channel his love for the game while giving back: coaching. Steve began a second career in high school education in Montana and soon discovered a passion for connecting with youth through the medium of the sport. Among his proudest accomplishments was leading the Deer Lodge Wardens to playoffs in 1979 after he inherited the team with a 0-8 record. He would continue to maintain contact with the players on the team and people of Deer Lodge for the rest of his life. Besides coaching, Steve’s leadership skills were seen in his second career as a high school principal. He received his Master’s in School Administration from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh and worked as high school principal in Wibaux, MT and St. Francis, WI before finding a home at Luxemburg-Casco High School, where he served for 25 years. Steve admired the community-minded and hard-working values of the greater Luxemburg, WI community, where he worked until he retired in 2014. A fixture at LCHS for thousands of students, Steve also volunteered as assistant coach to the Luxemburg-Casco Spartans football team during his tenure at the school. Steve’s grit and determination made him larger than life, and were on display for all to see with his trademark arthritis-mangled fingers and disfigured ankle joints. He was renowned as an early advocate of a high fiber diet, a fervent proponent of dental hygiene and daily flossing, and as an unerring champion of his NFL losers’ pool. Steve kept himself young spending lots of time outdoors, running and/or cycling daily. He completed five marathons, his best under three hours. During the summers he would make annual pilgrimages to fish under the big Montana skies and swim in the Puget Sound near where he grew up. He spent the Wisconsin winters cross-country skiing, and each year looked forward to the 50 km Birkebeiner in Hayward, WI (completing the race 19 times). Among Steve’s many talents was an uncanny, encyclopedic ability to navigate the US highway and freeway system from memory without GPS. Among Steve’s many dogmas was a categorical refusal to fly. This resulted in many cross-country drives a year for Steve (and often his loved ones). Although often known as the life of the party or as having a public presence as a school leader, these drives gave Steve moments in solitude to reflect and reconnect with the vast nature around him. They also had many pit stops so he could engage in his preferred form of meditation: fishing. It is believed that a cut while fishing led to the sepsis that Steve confronted in his final months with his signature stalwart style. Steve is survived by his long-term partner, Nancy Frank, of Green Bay, WI; his brother, Michael Okoniewski, of Woodland, WA; his daughter and son-in-law, Wendy and Shawn Tedford, of Silverdale, WA; his daughter, Ivy Okoniewski, of Fort Lauderdale, FL; his daughter, Maggie Okoniewski, of Denver, CO; and granddaughters, Clara and Ellie Tedford, of Silverdale, WA. A memorial to honor his many achievements and passion for life will be held Saturday, April 6, 2024 at Olde 41 at Vandervest Harley Davidson of Green Bay (1966 Velp Avenue) from 2 – 5 pm, with a service starting at 2 pm and reception to follow. Additional gatherings will occur over the summer in Montana and Kitsap County, WA. Please contact for any details or if you have photos or videos you would like to share. Online condolences may be expressed at www.prokowall.com. In lieu of flowers, Steve’s family requests donations be made via the memorial page of the National Park Foundation, , which works to connect kids to America’s wild places. Please include in the designated field so his family is advised of any gifts.

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Jane Vera Kondro

Aug 05, 1947 - Feb 16, 2024

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Green Bay, WI

"Jane Vera Kondro of White Birch Village in Iron Mountain passed away at age 76 in Green Bay at St. Vincent Hospital on February 16, 2024, with her daughter by her side. Jane was born in Iron Mountain on August 5, 1947, and was raised in Niagara, Wisconsin. She was preceded in death by her parents, Eva and George Durston, and her husband, Louis Kondro. Jane started her career as a nurse in 1975 as a licensed practical nurse (LPN) at the Veterans Administration Medical Center (VA) in Iron Mountain. She later graduated from Bay de Noc Community College in Escanaba, Michigan, receiving her registered nursing (RN) degree. Jane held several positions while working at the VA in nursing and primary care services, including Staff Nurse, Nurse Manager, Primary Care Manager, and PM Nursing Supervisor. From her time at the VA starting in the 1970s Jane developed awareness, appreciation, and empathy for the collateral consequences of the Vietnam war on veterans and their families. Other social movements that Jane actively supported in her lifetime includes civil rights, women\u0027s health and services for battered women and their families. After 32 years of federal service, Jane retired from the VA to travel and spend time with family and friends. She also could be described as a “foodie”, having enjoyed cooking, restaurants, watching food TV shows, and baking. Jane is survived by her daughter, Dr. Jennifer Obinna of Minnetonka, Minnesota, along with many beloved cousins and friends. Visitation will be at the Erickson-Rochon \u0026amp; Nash Funeral Home, 901 Carpenter Ave., from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2024, with Rev. David Johnson officiating the funeral service at 1:00 p.m. Burial will be in Quinnesec Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Jane Kondro Memorial Fund. Condolences to the family of Jane Kondro can be expressed online at www.ernashfuneralhome.com. The family has entrusted the Erickson-Rochon \u0026amp; Nash Funeral Home of Iron Mountain with the arrangements."

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Carol E. Fontana

Jul 07, 1933 - Feb 16, 2024

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Green Bay, WI

"Carol E. Fontana, 90, of Suamico, formerly of Channing, passed away on Friday, February 16, 2024, at Aurora BayCare in Green Bay, WI. Carol was born July 7, 1933, in Channing, MI, daughter of the late Jack and Rose (Shay) Tobin. She graduated from Channing High School in 1951 and was a lifelong resident of the area. Carol was employed by the United States Postal Service for 46 years and worked in Channing, Sagola, Foster City, Kingsford and Iron Mountain. She retired in March of 1997 as the Postmaster in Channing. She always had raisins on hand at the post office to give to children and was known by many Channing area youth as the “Raisin Lady”. In retirement, Carol stayed very involved in the community and volunteered at the V.A. Medical Center, Dickinson County Healthcare System, U.P. Catholic Social Services, the Masonic Lodge pasty sale and was a greeter at the front desk in the lab at DCHS. She was a member of St. Rose Catholic Church in Channing where she was a greeter, Eucharistic Minister, served on the parish council and was president of the altar guild. Carol was also a member of the Cuculi-Baraga Ladies Auxiliary Post #168 of Channing \u0026amp; Sagola where she served as President \u0026amp; Vice President for 36 years. She was always there to help anyone in need and was caregiver for several of her aunts and uncles for many years. Carol is survived by her long-time friend and companion, Wayne Theisen; two daughters, Mary Jane Smith (Paul Vierela) of Tahuya, WA, and Paula Cambray (Bill Fett) of Suamico, WI; seven grandchildren, Drs. Adam and Rachel Cambray, Shannon Warner, Marc Smith, Meredith Carey, Jordan (Kati) Calewarts, Megan Schmitz and Nicholas Schmitz; great-grandchildren, Morena, Caleb, Heidi, Emma, James, Lily, Londyn, River, Ronan and Charlotte; close family member Jeri Lynn Pack; as well as other family members and friends too numerous to mention all by name. In addition to her parents, Rose and Jack Tobin, Carol was preceded in death by her son, Mark Cambray; two sisters, Mary Alice Cuculi and Joan Probst and two brothers, William “Bill” Tobin and John “Mike” Tobin; and her nephew, Pat Cuculi. Visitation will be held on Thursday, February 22 from 3:00 to 7:00 pm at the Erickson-Rochon \u0026amp; Nash Funeral Home in Iron Mountain and on Friday, February 23 from 10:00 to 11:00 am at St. Rose Catholic Church in Channing. The funeral mass will follow at 11:00 am on Friday at the church. Fr. Dan Dapaah will offer the Mass of Christian Burial. Burial will be in Channing Cemetery in the spring. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Carmelite Monastery. Condolences to the family of Carol Fontana may be expressed online at www.ernashfuneralhomes.com The family has entrusted the Erickson-Rochon \u0026amp; Nash Funeral Home of Iron Mountain with the arrangements."

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Alice Jean Costello (Cox)

May 26, 1930 - Feb 29, 2024

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Green Bay, WI

Alice Jean Costello (Cox) completed her earthly journey on February 29, 2024. Alice was born in Rowan County KY on May 26, 1930, to Chester Alan and Maude (Quesinberry) Cox. Her family of origin eventually settled in Alvin Township, WI. She married Benjamin Costello in June of 1953 and they had four daughters, Patty, Kathy, Maureen and Colleen. Although they eventually divorced, Alice and Ben remained lifelong friends.Alice had a quiet but adventurous spirit which led her to enjoy traveling overseas. She especially enjoyed Israel and Ireland. Her favorite times were spent at the collective family cabins near the homestead in Alvin with her siblings.She was an excellent seamstress and worked at Northwest Fabrics and the fabric department at Walmart West in Green Bay, retiring when she was 72. She is survived by her children, Kathleen (Wade) Williams, Maureen Baugnet, Patty (Roger) Arnoldi; grandchildren, Heather (Tim) Effert, Steven Pokorny, Eva (Josh LeClaire) Gegare; great-grandchildren, Bailey (Kaitlyn) Stollberg, Elijah (Alli) Effert, Cali (Dakota) White, Abby Gegare, Aiden Gegare, Aislinn Gegare, Celia Pokorny; great-great-grandchildren, Georgia, Everly. She is further survived by her siblings, Patti (Harrison) Benjamin, Clarice McCrossen, Chet Jr. (Nancy) Cox; and many nieces, nephews, and friends, whom she loved as her own. Alice was preceded in death by her daughter, Colleen; parents, Maude and Chester; siblings, Janet, Adolf; and the father of her children, Benjamin Costello.Visitation will be at Blaney Funeral Home, 1521 Shawano Ave., on Thursday, March 7 from 10:30 – 11:00 a.m. The Funeral Service will begin at 11:00 a.m. with Rev. Marian Boyle officiating. Burial will be in Fort Howard Memorial Park. To send online condolences, please go to www.BlaneyFuneralHome.com. “Well done thy good and faithful servant…”

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Kay Maurcine Reiche

Sep 06, 1939 - Feb 24, 2024

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Green Bay, WI

Kay Maurcine Reiche, 84, of the Town of Nasewaupee, passed away on Saturday, Feb. 24, 2024, at St. Vincent Hospital in Green Bay with her family at her side after a sudden and unexpected ruptured aneurysm. It’s not a stretch to say, “she would hate all of this.” All the fuss, and all the “extra work” people are doing, and not being able to finish the things she was working on and involved in. But she would love the outpouring of love and support. She was born Sept. 6, 1939, in Newell, Iowa, the daughter of Maurice William Johnson and Esther Margretha (Nelson) Johnson. Kay graduated from Sulfur Springs High School in Newell and attended Iowa State College for a year before moving back to help with family. Later, Kay worked at the Wilson Packing Plant in Cedar Rapids. She became friends with Rita Hiemstra who introduced Kay to her brother Gunter, visiting from Germany. Rita immigrated several years earlier, and Gunter had come to visit. Gunter proposed to Kay before having to return to Hamburg, Germany. She followed him to Hamburg shortly after and spent six months with Gunter and his parents, working, and learning German and his family’s cooking (including family favorite rouladen.) The couple also spent time camping on the Baltic coast before returning to Iowa. Kay was united in marriage to Gunter Reiche on Feb. 10, 1963, in Cedar Rapids. The couple soon moved to Kenosha, to be near Lake Michigan. They had two children, Heidi and Eric. After the children were a little older, Kay returned to work, first at MacWhyte Credit Union in Kenosha, then at Kemper Center, an event center, where she was able to work with her neighbor and dear friend Rose Wegerbauer. She also worked with the Kenosha Visitors and Convention Bureau before moving to Door County in 1999. Door County is a place she and Gunter loved and had vacationed their entire marriage, eventually purchasing a little log cabin near Sand Bay in Southern Door. In 1988, their daughter Heidi moved to Sturgeon Bay and in 1999, Kay and Gunter followed, building a house she designed. After settling here, she worked as a volunteer coordinator at the Door County Maritime Museum, a job she loved. Upon her retirement, she volunteered at the David Spude Cancer Center at Door County Medical Center, providing hand massages to those undergoing chemotherapy treatments. Kay enjoyed going to classes and book clubs at the Sturgeon Bay Y where she had a cherished group of friends. Kay enjoyed theater, especially attending Heritage Ensemble shows in Peninsula State Park in the 70s and 80s (the theater that eventually became Northern Sky Theater), and, years later, becoming friends with several early members. She loved gardening, and always looked forward to springtime flowers and summer tomatoes. She remembered everything about everybody she knew and cared about them deeply. Kay will be deeply missed by her husband, Gunter, with whom she was blessed to share over 61 years of marriage; children, Heidi Hodges of Sturgeon Bay, and Eric (Jean) Reiche of DeForest; five grandchildren (Frederic and Gordon Hodges of Sturgeon Bay; Emalia, Allen, and Miles of DeForest); siblings, Judith Mitola, and Orville (Terie) Johnson of Nasewaupee. And so many friends—many of whom were able to attend her surprise 80th birthday party. She was preceded in death by her parents, Maurice (Jean) Johnson and Esther Johnson. Per her wishes, no services are scheduled at this time. A memorial celebration of life will be planned at a later date. Memorials may be given in Kay's honor for the David Spude Cancer Center Fund (323 S. 18th Avenue, Sturgeon Bay WI 54235; ), or St. Jude Children's Research Hospital (501 St. Jude Place Memphis, TN 38105; ). One of Kay’s last text message conversations was about St. Jude’s. Other organizations she supported were Northern Sky Theater’s Fred Alley New Musical Fund, and Door County Knock, a nonprofit news organization. Huehns Funeral Home, Inc. & Door County Crematory LLC in Sturgeon Bay are assisting the family. Expressions of sympathy, memories, and photos of Kay may be shared with her family through her tribute page at www.huehnsfuneralhome.com. To to the family or in memory of Kay Reiche, please

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William Arthur Woodyatt

Jun 17, 1936 - Feb 29, 2024

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Green Bay, WI

William Arthur “Bill” Woodyatt, 87, Green Bay, died Thursday, February 29, 2024, at his home. He was born June 17, 1936, in Sterling, IL to the late Albert and Arlene (Wilson) Woodyatt, Bill attended schools in Sterling, Illinois and following graduation from high school he enlisted into the U.S. Marine Corps. He and proudly served from 1954 to 1956. After his time in the service, Bill attended vocation school in Port Arthur, Texas where he studied electrical mechanics. For thirty years he worked as a maintenance electrician for Northwestern Steel & Wire in Illinois, until his retirement. Bill enjoyed spending his time with his family, and skiing, riding his motorcycle, bicycling, and going for runs with his friend, Pastor Sterzbach. Bill is survived by his wife, Sandra Kay (Kreider) Woodyatt; his children, Wilma (Randy) Kloepping, Pearl City, IL, Amy (Scott) Sturtz, Morrison, IL, and Samuel Woodyatt, Oregon, IL, Brenda (Bob) Reuter, Ohio, IL, Dean Richards (Shelley) of Jacksonville, FL, Alva Richards, Adell, WI, Charles Richards (special friend Dawn), Wyanet, IL, Curtis (Jen) Richards, Baileyville, IL, and Elizabeth (Chris) Richards, Green Bay, WI; daughter-in-law, Tammy Woodyatt, Freeport. IL; 31 grandchildren, 28 great-grandchildren, 4 great-great-grandchildren; brother, Don (Holly) Woodyatt; sisters-in-law, Pat Calahan, Judith Brinkmeier, and Rosemary Cosgrove; nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. He was preceded in death by a son, Jimmy; a daughter, Amy; a grandson, Dakota, a brother, Dan Woodyatt; a sister, Kay (Chuck) Lane, brothers-in-law, Noel Calahan, Jerald Brinkmeier, and Tom Cosgrove. Friends may call at Lakeshore Baptist Church, 925 Marquette Drive, Kewaunee, on Monday, March 4 from 10:00 to 11:00 a.m. The funeral service will be held at 11:00 a.m. Monday at the church with the Rev. Ray Anderson officiating. Full Military Honors to follow. On-line condolences may be given at . Bill’s family extends a sincere word of thanks to the caring staff of Bristol Hospice, and to everyone in his church family at Lakeshore Baptist Church.

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John M. Berns, Jr.

Feb 25, 1959 - Feb 23, 2024

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Green Bay, WI

John M. Berns, Jr., 64, Green Bay resident, passed away peacefully on Friday, February 23, 2024. He was born on February 25, 1959, in Green Bay to the late John, Sr. and Marcia (Melendy) Berns. John graduated from Pulaski High School with the class of 1978. He was an Avid Packers fan. John enjoyed watching movies and especially enjoyed listening to the classic comedians of his time. He liked to play ping pong and you could say he was the biggest Beatles fan around. John was always quick to crack a joke and would do anything to make you smile. He is survived by his son, Landon Berns-Wise; Landon’s mother, Donna Wise; siblings, Patricia Herzog, Barbara (Ersel) Lambert, Robert (Debra) Berns, Margaret Noe and Julie (Greg) Wilinski; brother-in-law, Ted Eul; and many other nieces, nephews, relatives and friends. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his sister, Christine Eul; and brother-in-law, Barry Noe. Visitation will be held on Sunday, March 10, 2024, at the Proko-Wall Funeral Home, 1630 E. Mason St., from 12:30 p.m. until the time of service. Memorial service 2:30 p.m. Sunday, March 10, 2024, at the funeral home with Rev. Philip Dihn-Van-Thiep officiating. Online condolences may be expressed at . To watch the livestream, please visit the Proko-Wall Funeral Home Facebook page at 2:30 p.m. on Sunday, March 10, 2024. The family would like to extend a special thank you to the staff of Innovative Services for all of the care given to John over the years and to Moments Hospice for their comfort and compassion.

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