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Jensen, Richard Walter "Dick"  
Jensen, Richard Walter "Dick" Age 70, March 7, 1945-March 9, 2015 of Wild Rose, WI, passed away March 9, 2015 his family by his side. Born in Wild Rose, the son of Bruno and Lelah Jensen. He graduated from Wild Rose High School in 1963 and UW Whitewater in 1967. Her served his country in the US Army from 1969-1974, and was stationed at the Pentagon in Washington, D.C. He married Dana Harden on December 31, 1969. He served as a captain in Vietnam. He worked at Alexander Grant C.P.A. firm and ended his career working as CFO for Robert Schlossmann's Auto Dealerships in Milwaukee for 25 years. He is survived by wife of 45 years: Dana; 4 sons; Richard, Matthew (Kelley), James, and Andrew (Katie), 3 grandchildren; Ethan, Savannah, and Jacob. Survived by a brother; Gordon Jensen (Marda), two sisters; Darlene (Doug) Pope, Erna (Jim) Claassen, and 2 sisters-in-law; Phyllis Jensen, Judy Jensen Nelson, and many nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends. Preceded in death by his parents and 2 brothers; Glen and Donald Jensen. He was an avid snowmobiler, golfer and Green Bay Packer fan. He was a longtime member of the AICPA, WICPA, and the Rolling Dice Snowmobile Club. A memorial service will be held on Saturday, June 6, 2015, at 11 AM in Wild Rose, WI, at the Wild Rose Baptist Church. In lieu of flowers, memorials to the Paralyzed Veterans, Wild Rose Baptist Church, or charity of your choice.
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Published in Milwaukee Journal Sentinel on May 3, 2015
Jerger, Jeanette  
Jerger, Jeanette (Nee Stachar ). April 29, 2015. Mother of Fred, Tom, Gail and Margaret. Gathering at the Funeral Home, Tuesday, May 5th 3-7 PM. In Lieu of flowers Memorials to the Wisconsin Humane Society would be appreciated.
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Published in Milwaukee Journal Sentinel on May 3, 2015
Judkins, Jacquelyn  
Judkins, Jacquelyn Resident of West Allis. Passed away Friday April 24, 2015 age 89 years. Beloved wife of the late Earl Judkins. Sister-in-law of Sheldon Judkins. Aunt of Sharon Stillman, Shelly (Diane) Judkins, Debbie (Gary) Landreman. Special Companion of Mitzi. Best friend of Estelle, Sue and Marty. Also survived by other relatives and friends. Private Service were held with Entombment at Mount Olivet Cemetery. Former Member of O.E.S. West Allis #172. Lifetime member of First Lutheran Church, West Allis. Retired employee of Allis-Chalmers.
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Published in Milwaukee Journal Sentinel on May 3, 2015

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Janda II, David James  
Janda, David James, II Went home to be with the Lord on April 27, 2015 at age 30. Lovingly survived by his parents David (Heather) Janda. Cherished brother of Matt, Nicole, Joseph, Stanley, Bobby and Angel. Beloved grandson of Jack and Shirley. He will be loved, remembered and missed by aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, other relatives and many friends. David is preceded in death by his mother Therese, maternal grandparents Phillip and Rita Derr and paternal grandparents Robert and Ginette Ross. David graduated from Muskego High School in 2004. He proudly served as a tanker in the United States Army. A memorial gathering will be held on Saturday, May 2, 2015 at Southbrook Church-Franklin (11010 W. St Martins Rd.) from 2 PM until the time of service at 4 PM.
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Published in Milwaukee Journal Sentinel from Apr. 30 to May 1, 2015

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Jackson, Novella J. "Judy"  
Jackson, Novella J. "Judy" Entered into eternal life on April 26, 2015 at the age of 75. Beloved mother of Laura (Don) Carlson. Loving grandmother of Brandon (Cassie) Jackson and great-grandmother of Khylie, Harper and Connor Jackson. Visitation at GETHSEMANE LUTHERAN CHURCH, 13200 W. Greenfield Ave., Friday, May 1, 10-11 AM. Service 11 AM. Procession Highland.
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Published in Milwaukee Journal Sentinel on Apr. 29, 2015
Jamieson, Maureen  
Jamieson, Maureen (Nee Bebeau ), age 69, passed away on Thursday, April 9, 2015 at Willows Nursing and Rehab Center in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin. She was born on December 29, 1945 to Robert Bebeau and Mary Bebeau (Reimer). She is preceded in death by both her parents and her baby sister, Kathleen. She was an avid reader, enjoying all types of fiction and non-fiction, especially enjoying young adult fiction in recent years. She loved her children and grandchildren in her own special way. Survivors include her sons; Anton Jamieson (Rob Van Nevel) of Madison; Raymond Jamieson (Leslie Wiltz-Jamieson) of West Bend; and Aaron Jamieson (Tanya Jamieson) of Milwaukee. She is survived by her several grandchildren; Nathaniel, Madeleine, Zachary, Reagan, Amelia, Thaddeus, Ian, and Chance. She is also survived by her sisters, Annette Caban (José Caban), and Jeannine Vadenais (Richard Vadenais); along with other relatives and friends. A private family service will be held. Memorials may be directed to Agrace Hospice at www.agrace.org .
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Published in Milwaukee Journal Sentinel on Apr. 29, 2015
Johnson, Chauncey Paul "Paul"  
Johnson, Chauncey Paul "Paul" Age 83, of Santa Rosa, CA. passed away on April 9, 2015. Paul will be remembered as a man of great passion and endless curiosity. He was someone who cherished his relationships with family, friends and business associates, and shared his enthusiasm for life with all who knew him. One of Paul's favorite quotes has been attributed to author Jack London: "I would rather be ashes than dust. I would rather that my spark should burn out in a brilliant blaze, than it should be stifled by dry rot. I would rather be a superb meteor, every atom of me in magnificent glow, than a sleepy and permanent planet. The proper function of man is to live, not to exist. I shall not waste my days in trying to prolong them. I shall use my time." And Paul truly did use his time, pursuing his many interests, while living each day to the fullest. Paul became an entrepreneur at the tender age of seven, when he worked for his grandfather, swatting flies in his Chevrolet dealership. From there, he was unstoppable, whether he was selling "Baby Butlers" door-to-door while studying at Michigan State, or one of the star brokers at Robert W. Baird, an investment firm in Milwaukee. His entrepreneurial spirit also carried him to Jamaica, where he owned the Reef Club, later sold to Hugh Hefner's Playboy Clubs, or to Florida and Wisconsin, where he opened retail stores, or on to a film set, where he was a producer. But the greatest source of pride in his business life was First Colonial Bankshares Corporation, a financial services company. First Colonial was where his creative vision and perseverance came to fruition. In 1971, although he had no collateral, Paul convinced one of the largest commercial banks in Chicago to lend him the money to purchase a bank on the northwest side, promising the bank president that one day his company would be the bank's largest customer. He was right! His organization grew into a publicly-held holding company of 17 banks, as well as three financial subsidiaries, spread across metropolitan Chicago. Even Paul's "retirement years" couldn't stifle his entrepreneurial instincts, and he started three businesses while living in the Napa Valley, where he moved after he sold First Colonial. Paul helped to establish Napa Community Bank, as well as the Gymnastics Zone, which has grown into a prominent gymnastics venue in northern California. He also founded Astrale e Terra Winery, which he purchased with close friends in 1996. The inspiration for the winery's name (heaven and earth) came from the heavens, because of Paul's interest in astronomy, and because it was where Paul learned to fly as a fighter pilot in the U.S. Air Force and as a civilian, flying all over the country in his twin-engine Cessna, and from the earth, where he found joy in digging for evidence of past civilizations. Everyone who met Paul found out pretty quickly that all of the sciences fascinated him, particularly astronomy, archaeology and paleoanthropology. He carried out his exploration of these sciences by studying astronomy at the Adler Planetarium, funding and participating in archaeological excavations in Israel and Jordan, and supporting the study of the Pueblo Indians in southwest Colorado. He also grew fascinated with the study of human origins as a trustee of the Leakey Foundation, and he had the privilege of meeting members of the Leakey family while visiting Kenya. Paul's pursuit of scientific knowledge and knowledge of all kinds was best reflected by the organizations he supported as a trustee. Over his lifetime, he served as a trustee of the American Field Service, a student exchange program, the Chicago Academy of Sciences, Adler Planetarium, Roosevelt University and UNICEF in Chicago, Crow Canyon Archaeological Center in Cortez, CO., the Leakey Foundation in San Francisco, Stetson University, in Deland, FL. and the Blue Oak School and Sonoma Academy, both in northern California. His family foundation has also helped to fund many other not-for-profits that are supported by his children and extended family. Although his interests were diverse and plentiful, Paul always found time to have a rousing political discussion, usually initiated by him. Thinking himself a life-long Republican, he experienced a major shift in 1991, and began to support the fiscal and social agendas of the Democratic Party. Moving to California strengthened his political ties, and he soon became active in a variety of political campaigns, while also co-sponsoring numerous fundraisers. Travel was a "Johnson family tradition" which started when Paul and his wife Anne spent 18 months living in Japan, while he served in the U.S. Air Force. From there, Paul and Anne continued to travel with their daughters Julie, Deborah and Becky, then with their sons-in-law, granddaughters, extended family and friends, as they explored Europe, Africa and Israel. Although the entire world was his to explore, Paul connected to his deepest self while in Wyoming, where he and Anne purchased the Popo Agie Ranch in 1970. Riding the ranch's 4,700 acres on his favorite horse, or taking his nature walks just after dawn, gave him the peace, quiet and breathtaking beauty he needed. That is, until he jumped back into the busy life he loved. No one of us who shared the ranch with Paul will ever again hear Ray Charles singing, "America, the Beautiful" without thinking of Paul and how he loved to start each Wyoming day with such a rousing testament to the country and the ranch he loved. At this point, Paul had lived the lives of many men, but he still had more to do. He had hoped to share his life with a son, someone to carry on the Chauncey Johnson lineage (Paul was the eighth generation Chauncey Johnson), and in 1997 he and his wife Debra were blessed with the arrival of Chauncey Joseph, and four years later, Jonathan Douglas. It is said that the human heart has unlimited capacity for love, and this was proven to Paul by the arrival of these two boys. His three daughters, six granddaughters, and extended family had filled his life with so much love, so many wonderful experiences, he could not believe he was given the gift of two sons, so late in life. He loved watching them skateboard, play tennis and basketball, and snowboard. Then there were Jon's track & field meets, an annual event that he enjoyed so much. Never a car fanatic, Paul was surprised at how much fun he had helping Chauncey refurbish his first car, a 1966 Mustang. Paul is survived by his wife, Debra, his sister Jeanne, his brother Alan (Mary Ann), his five children, Julianne Johnson, Deborah de la Reguera, Becky (Bruce) Milne, sons Chauncey and Jonathan, his six grandchildren, Meghan (Paul) Fladten, Melissa (Eric) Berg, Emily, Elizabeth and Mary de la Reguera, and Brittany Johnson, his three great grandchildren, Annie and Lucy Fladten, and Evelyn Berg, as well as nieces Maribeth (Rick) Quinn, Adrienne Johnson (Steve LaPosa), Cathy (Craig) McClelland, and nephew Vince (Marie) Mancuso, several great- nieces and nephews, and cousins Ted Hon and Mary Mouganis. Those wishing to make a contribution in Paul's memory may send it to the C. Paul Johnson Family Charitable Foundation, c/o Wells Fargo Bank, ATTN: Sam Carpenter, P.O. Box 45490, MAC U1228-071, Salt Lake City, UT 84145-0490. Curiosity was so much a part of who Paul was, so the C. Paul Johnson Curiosity Fund has been established so that Paul's legacy of curiosity can continue, by funding scholarships for the pursuit of knowledge in the arts, sciences and international relations. There will be a private celebration of Paul's life, as well as a memorial service, in the coming months.
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Published in Milwaukee Journal Sentinel on Apr. 26, 2015
Johnston, James P. "Fish"  
Johnston, James P. "Fish" Age 64, of Sullivan, WI, died on February 5, 2015. Born on April 30, 1950, Jim was preceded in death by his parents, Stephen N., Sr. and Maryan (Rockteacher) Johnston. He graduated from Mukwonago High School and was retired from Waukesha Concrete. Jim is survived by his son, Eric of Grafton, granddaughter, Samantha and great-granddaughters Ava and Aaliyah; sisters, Jessica (Seamus) Johnston-Walsh of Valders, Mary "Betsy" (Allan) Walsch of Brookfield, Margaret (James Lusk) Johnston of Seattle, WA, and brothers, Stephen, Jr. (Nancy) of Waterford, and Stuart of Lyle, WA. He is further survived by other relatives and friends. A Memorial Mass will celebrate Jim's life at St Mary's Catholic Church, 919 W. Main St., Palmyra, WI on Saturday, May 2, 2015 at 11 AM with visitation at the church from 10 AM until the time of Mass. Burial will follow at St. Mary's Catholic Cemetery in Palmyra. For online guest registry, please go to: www.haaselockwoodfhs.com . Haase-Lockwood & Associates Funeral Homes of Palmyra, WI is assisting the family. 262-495-2127
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Published in Milwaukee Journal Sentinel on Apr. 29, 2015
Jonas, Robert L.  
Jonas, Robert L. April 25, 2015 at the age of 80 years. Beloved husband of Sandy. Loving father of Daniel, Stephen, Susan and the late Michael. Grandfather of Rachael, Crystal, Jenna and Jonathan. Further survived by other relatives and friends. Visitation on Wednesday, April 29, 2015 at St. Matthew's Ev. Lutheran Church, 1615 Wauwatosa Ave., Wauwatosa from 11 AM until the time of Funeral Service at 12 PM. Private burial at The Southern WI Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Union Grove.
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Published in Milwaukee Journal Sentinel on Apr. 28, 2015
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