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Hanus, Teresa Lynn (Née Riesen ) Of Menomonee Falls, Age 47. Born to this earthly world July 4, 1966. Found Eternal peace Wednesday, April 16, 2014. Beloved wife for 14 years of David J. Hanus, Jr. Loving mother of Claire. Beloved daughter of Ernest and Diane Riesen. Dear sister of Denise (Scott) Guetschow and Mark (Shawna) Riesen. Dear daughter-in-law of David, Sr. (Patricia) Hanus and Angela (Robert) Van Hecke. Further survived by her Maternal Grandmother Inez Noto, nieces, nephews, other relatives and family. She was preceded in death by her Paternal grandparents, Ernest and Irene Riesen Sr. and her maternal grandfather, Carl Noto. Teresa was diagnosed with ALS on September 15, 2012. She lost her battle in presence of family at her home as she wished. She fought the disease to her very last breath with strength and courage. She was an amazing woman and will be dearly missed by us all. One of her gifts was unconditional love. Teresa grew up in Beloit, Wisconsin and graduated from Beloit Turner High School in 1984 and from the University of Wisconsin/Madison in 1989. In earlier years, Teresa was active in 4H and as a member of Our Savior's Lutheran Church; she was also in the Disciples of Distinction traveling choir. Teresa started her career at JC Penney's in 1988. Teresa was hired at Kohls Corporate Office in February, 1998 in the Misses Division and lastly was a planner in the E-Commerce Division. Teresa was a valued employee at Kohls for her knowledge, dignity and true friendship of so many people. Teresa always said her most favorite and most important privilege was being a Mom to Claire. Family was always a first priority in her life. Teresa was a quiet, private person and at the same time had a wonderful sense of humor and was always ready for fun. She always knew the perfect gift and put so much thought into giving. Teresa enjoyed fishing with her Dad, sailing, attending Claire's activities, water slides, reading, camping, lighthouses, carousels and being a firecracker. During the time since her diagnosis, the family has been overwhelmed with outpouring of love and support. Thank you to "Team Teresa" for the support last October for the "Walk to Defeat ALS". The family expresses special thanks to ALS Wisconsin Chapter, to dear friends Nancy, Lisa, Jenn, Chris and Missy and to the Hospice team Annette and Jackie. Also special thanks to Pastor Chris and Pastor Margaret for their guidance. Visitation Tuesday, April 22, from 4:00PM until the time of Service at 6:00PM, at ST. MATTHEW'S EV. LUTHERAN CHURCH, 1615 Wauwatosa Avenue, Wauwatosa. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorials to the ALS Association-Wisconsin Chapter, 3333 N. Mayfair Road, Suite #213, Wauwatosa, WI 53222, to Heartland Hospice, 1233 N. Mayfair Road, Suite 100, Milwaukee WI 53226 or to St. Matthew's Evangelical Lutheran Church. A private burial will be held at a later date by immediate family. Read Notice
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Harrits, Arnold Christian Arnold was born in 1927 to Marie and Peter Harrits in Racine, WI. He attended Fratt Grade School and Park High School after which he spent four years in the U.S. Navy. After his service, he married Shirley Moore in Racine and worked for Borden Dairy. He spent several years owning Harrits Variety in New Holstein, WI, before moving to Waukesha. The couple had three boys John (Sue Carroll), Jim (Kathy Liebherr) and Jeff (Cathy Croci). Arnold worked for Golden Guernsey Dairy and in the afternoons drove school bus for New Berlin Bus Company. Eventually he managed New Berlin Terminal for several years and then worked in the office of their Muskego Terminal until he retired. He continued to drive school bus until he was 78 years old. Arnold was involved in Cub Scouts as the Cub Master at Randall School. He continued his interest in scouting by working with Troop 2 at the First United Methodist Church. The family was involved in the AFS Program, hosting two exchange sons Roland Krist from Austria and Thyjs Van der Haar, from the Netherlands. As a hobby, Arnie enjoyed restoring old chairs involving caning and rush work, providing beautiful furniture for family and friends. The family enjoyed camping, hiking and fishing up north as well as traveling all over the United States for over 40 years. Internationally he visited family in Denmark many times, as well as trips to Egypt, Turkey, China, Australia and New Zealand. He enjoyed traveling and experiencing different cultures. Arnie is survived by his wife of 63 years, Shirley; his three sons and their wives and his four grandchildren Peter of Minneapolis and Tanzania, Thomas of Santa Monica, CA, Robert of New York city and Sarah of Dayton, OH; a sister-in-law Inga Harrits, brother and sisters-in-law Beverly and Tom Rogers, James and Darlene Moore, Barbara Rogers, Robert and Phyllis Moore and many nieces and nephews in the United States and Denmark. He was preceded in death by his brother Anders John Harrits and his parents. Arnie's family will receive relatives and friends on Sat., April 26, at ST. LUKE'S LUTHERAN CHURCH, 300 Carroll St., Waukesha, from 9-11AM. Memorial service celebrated 11AM. If desired, memorials to the Alzheimer's Disease Prevention and Control or to St. Luke's Lutheran Church in Waukesha. To receive this obit/directions, text 1358338 to 414-301-6422 Read Notice
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