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Angel, Frank  
Angel, Frank L. Frank L. Angel, 86, passed away at his rural Granton, Wisconsin home on Monday, February 2nd, 2015, with family at his side. Frank was born on December 30th, 1928, in Highland Park, Illinois. He was the youngest of 3 children, named after his father, and his father's pride and joy. He started working at the tender age of 13 and his exceptionally long work career continued until he was 80 years old. He held several jobs in his youth and eventually started his own business, Frank's Mobile Home Service, moving and servicing mobile homes. The success of his business gave him much pride and satisfaction and led to a partnership with his son, Frank Jr., who was his primary caregiver in his last years. Frank Jr. is now the sole proprietor of Frank's Mobile Home Service. Frank met his wife, Barbara Jensen, when she was still in high school, and they married in 1948. They had 4 children together and their marriage lasted 65 years until Barbara's passing in 2014. Frank enjoyed family life, fast cars, hard work, taking long driving trips, target shooting and playing horseshoes with friends, westerns, and being out of doors in any weather. Some of his favorite activities were going to auctions and coffee shops with his son, Frank Jr. He was skilled at driving all vehicles, was a wizard at backing mobile homes into tight spots, and especially loved flying small airplanes. He was fond of animals, particularly house cats. He had extraordinary mechanical skills and could fix almost anything. He was a generous and sweet-tempered soul who continually tried to help those who were down and needed a hand up. Frank is predeceased by his parents, Frank B. Angel and Leola (Anderson) Angel, his wife, Barbara (Jensen) Angel, his brother, Bernard Angel, and his niece, Sandra (Arthur) Tucker. He is survived by his sister, Vera Astling, of Guttenberg, IA, and many nieces and nephews and their children. He is further survived by his children, Colleen Angel of Stevens Point, Bonnie Christner of Marshfield, Karen (Bruce) Stanley of Marshfield, and Frank (Donna) Angel Jr. of rural Granton, and his grandchildren, Daniel Berger of Plover, Michael Christner of Wausau, Adam (Jana) Christner of Nuremberg, Germany, and Julianne (Carl) Hayenga of Schofield. He will be greatly missed. A Celebration of Life memorial service for Frank Angel will be held from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM on Saturday, February 28th, 2015, at the Wildwood Station, Soo Line side, in Marshfield, Wisconsin. Friends and acquaintances, please join us. A light lunch will be served.
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Published in the Marshfield News Herald on Feb. 24, 2015
Bayuk, Edward William  
Bayuk, Edward William After a long life and faithful life on this earth, Edward William Bayuk, 93, died peacefully on February 25, 2015, surrounded by his loving and grateful family. Ed was born on May 7, 1921, on the family farm in Willard, Wisconsin, the ninth of eleven children of John and Balbina (Oman) Bayuk. He attended Willard State Graded School and then graduated from Greenwood High School, class of 1938. On one of the family trips to visit his mother's relatives in St. Stephen, Minnesota, Ed met his future wife and love of his life, Josephine Zima. Soon after their initial acquaintance and beginning of their courtship, he enlisted in the United States Navy, in which he served for six years during World War II. Regular correspondence and visits while on leave blossomed into an engagement and then a wedding on September 17, 1946. Ed and Jo eventually settled in their home "across the field" from the family farm, where they raised their family. Meanwhile, his brother, Bill married Jo's sister, Eleanor and they took over the family farm. The two families enjoyed their close proximity and family ties for many years, as the well-worn path between the two households would testify. Ed worked for the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Weights and Measures, as an inspector until his retirement. He also served as clerk for the town of Hendren for 30 years. He was a member of Holy Family Parish in Willard for his entire life. Ed is survived by his children, Richard, Kansas City MO; Colette (Paul) Jordan, Granton WI; Mary (Gary) Nauertz, Neillsville WI; Chuck (Sherry Schrank), Waunakee WI; Chris (Mark) Polzin, Byron MN; Johnny, Willard WI; Pat (Jean), Greensburg PA; Tim (Joan), Wautoma WI; Tom (Reba), Wakeeney KS; Edward J., Willard WI; Teresa (Larry) Jolivette, Eau Claire WI; Rosemary (Ken Hoerer), Madison WI; Janet (Jim) Phelps, Loves Park IL; 15 grandchildren and 25 great-grandchildren; brother-in-law, Bob Zimmerman, Boise ID; and many, many cousins and nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents and his siblings, Genevieve (Hugo) Quast; Joseph (Dorothy); Dorothy (Tony) Fortuna; Mary (Ignatius) Cesnik; Gertrude (Joseph) Godec; Albert (Eleanor); William (Eleanor); Veronica (Rudy) Hollman; Frank (Beatrice); Florence (Al) Klinke. Also awaiting his arrival were Josephine, his loving wife of 60 years, and grandchildren Paula Jordan and Austin Bayuk. Ed loved his wife and his family, and like so many of "The Greatest Generation" sacrificed and worked hard to give them a good life and instill in them the same values that formed him. He also loved song birds, gray squirrels, music, potica, cribbage, dirty clubs, the Packers, crosswords, jokes, puns, riddles, poetry, car trips, and his Slovenian heritage. He was an active member of Holy Family Parish, serving as a lector, eucharistic minister, leader of prayer, and as a member of the Parish Council. He was a life-long member of KSKJ and also served for a time as a 4-H leader. He was a "jack of all trades," but especially enjoyed making rosaries, building birdhouses, gardening, and planting trees. Ed was a loving husband and a good father (and grandfather and great-grandfather!). He was hard-working, generous, cheerful, friendly, humble, and a man of kindness. He died at peace with himself and others, faithful and faith-filled until the end. Ed's family and friends will gather in gratitude to give him back to God with visitation and vigil on Monday, March 2, at the Holy Family Church Hall in Willard, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. (prayer and story-telling at 6 p.m). The Mass of Christian Burial will be at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, March 3, at Holy Family Church. Additional visitation will be in the parish hall at 10 a.m. preceding the Mass. Burial will follow in Holy Family Cemetery. Those wishing to make a memorial gift may do so in Ed's name to the family, who will give them to charities that Ed supported.
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Published in the Marshfield News Herald from Feb. 28 to Mar. 2, 2015
Crick, Lois L.  
Lois L. Crick, 84, Stevens Point, died 03-01-2015. Arrangements: Boston Funeral Home.
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Published in the Marshfield News Herald on Mar. 3, 2015
Denk, Dylan J.  
Dylan J. Denk, 22, Greenwood, died 02-22-2015. Arrangements: Cuddie Funeral Home.
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Published in the Marshfield News Herald on Feb. 25, 2015
Eckes, James W. "Jim"  
Eckes, James W. "Jim" James W. "Jim" Eckes, Age 88, of Marshfield passed away on Wednesday, February 25, 2015 surrounded by his family at Ministry Saint Joseph's Hospital in Marshfield. A funeral service will be held at 1PM on Tuesday, March 3, 2015 at Life Tributes Funeral Home in Spencer. The Rev. Mark Krueger will officiate. Burial will follow in Hillside Cemetery in Marshfield with full military rites. Family and friends are invited to gather on Tuesday at the funeral home from 11AM until the time of services. The honor of pallbearers for James belongs to his grandchildren. James was born September 23, 1926 in Marshfield to Henry and Mary (Hartl) Eckes. He attended school in Marshfield. Later he joined the United States Army, serving as a Combat Medic during WWII. James was united in marriage to Dorothy (Vandeberg) on July 7, 1951. James and Dorothy have celebrated 63 wonderful years of marriage and together raised six children. His employment included working at Service Bakery in Marshfield and retiring from Felker Brothers after 26 years. Jim's hobbies included refurbishing old cars, camping, fishing, and hunting. A fond camping memory is forgetting to bring the coffee pot, Jim said "just dump the worms out of the coffee can and we can use that", and they did. Taking his grandchildren and great grandchildren fishing was a favorite past time. You could often see him taking the grandkids for rides on the blue plow and the lawnmower, his family was not sure who had more fun, Jim or the kids. Jim liked to find items he could refurbish, he could fix most anything. He loved to tell his family stories of his youthful antics and the "trouble" he got himself into. He was very talented; he could sit backwards on the handlebars of his bike and ride it. He could also stand on his head on the bar and drink a beer. He wasn't one to show a great deal of emotion but the smirk on his face said it all. Survivors include his wife Dorothy of Marshfield; 6 children, 11 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren: Joanne (Kevin) Walsh of Puyallup, WA; David (Donna) Eckes of Marshfield and their children: Dustin (fiancé Cassandra Schultz) Eckes and Diana (Matt) Ornes and their children: Lailah, Vanessa and Elliott; Barb Eckes of Eau Claire; Rick (Connie) Eckes of Marshfield and their children: Jason Lewer and his daughter Britney, Jamie Lewer and her son Adrian, Cam (Stacy) Melbinger and their children: Riley and Parker; Char Wilson of Hewitt and her children: Eric (Kelly) Wilson and daughter Brianna Varsho and Sara (Jason) Foemmel and their children: Trevor, Alyssa, and Ethan, and Sue (Tom) Peck of Eau Claire and their children Matthew (Rachel), Spencer (Megan) and Jeremiah (Katie). James was preceded in death by his parents, daughter Karen in infancy, brother Cliff and sister Bernadine Krall. In lieu of flowers the family is accepting memorials in James name to a charity to be determined at a later date. Visit www.lifetributesfuneralhome.com to share thoughts and condolences. "$#@% damn train!!!!"
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Published in the Marshfield News Herald on Feb. 28, 2015
Eckes, James W.  
James W. Eckes, 88, Marshfield, died 02-25-2015. Arrangements: Life Tributes Funeral Home & Cremation Service.
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Published in the Marshfield News Herald on Feb. 27, 2015
Eddy, Margaret  
Margaret Eddy, 95, Neillsville, died 02-25-2015. Arrangements: Gesche Funeral Home.
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Published in the Marshfield News Herald on Feb. 27, 2015
Ehrike, Harold G. "Harry"  
Ehrike, Harold G. "Harry" Harold G. "Harry" Ehrike, Age 66, of Marshfield passed away on Wednesday, February 25, 2015 surrounded by his family at Ministry Saint Joseph's Hospital, Marshfield. A memorial service will be held at 11AM on Friday, March 6, 2015 at Christ Lutheran Church in Marshfield. Rev. Daryn Bahn will officiate. Family and friends are invited to gather on Friday at the church from 9AM until time of service. A luncheon and celebration of life will follow services at the Viaduct Bar in Marshfield. Harold was born November 17, 1948 in Marshfield to Frank and Esther (Mathes) Ehrike. He graduated from Stratford High school in 1967. Harold and Arlene Emon were united in marriage July 8, 1967 and later divorced. On February 20, 1999 he was united in marriage to Lois Seehafer, she survives. In his earlier years, Harry worked as a salesman for Radlingers, then owned and operated his own business, H and A's Pitstop in Stratford. Harry later was employed at WIC Building Systems as a plumber for many years. Harry's hobbies included camping and fishing. He especially enjoyed sitting around the camp fire with family and friends reminiscing. With a PBR in one hand and a grilling tongs in the other, Harry enjoyed all the cooking. Playing sheepshead and cribbage with the local guys was a favorite pastime. Throughout his life he was an avid Viking fan. Survivors include his wife Lois of Marshfield, eight children: Wendy (Steve) Schallock, Gary (Cindy) Ehrike, Cory (Lindsey Berg) Ehrike, Tony (Bridgett) Ehrike, Roxane (Larry) Hutchins, Johnalee (Mark) Kleifgen, Wendy (Michael) School and Nikki (Mike) Dennee; 14 grandchildren: Kirsten, Gloria, Violet, Amber and Justin Ehrike; Brittany (Shawn) Handke; Nicholas Hansen; Morgan and Markus Kleifgen and Miranda, Caden, Camren and Caleb Dennee; two great-grandchildren: Reece Michael Handke and Baby Handke due in August; his sister Sharon Ehrike and his brother Darrell (Patricia) Ehrike and a sister-in-law Irma Ehrike, along with many nieces and nephews. Harry is further survived by his three legged furry pride and joy, "Peanut" and his four legged camping buddy, "Smokey." Harry was preceded in death by his parents Frank and Esther Ehrike and a brother William "Carly" Ehrike. Honoring his generous wish, the gift of life was shared with many people in need through organ and tissue donation. Harry's family would like to thank the Township of Lincoln's first responders and EMT's for the care and kindness shown to Harry and his family. Visit www.lifetributesfuneralhome.com to share thoughts and condolences. Life Tributes Funeral Home & Cremation Service is assisting the family.
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Published in the Marshfield News Herald on Mar. 3, 2015
Ehrike, Harold G.  
Harold G. Ehrike, 66, Marshfield, died 02-25-2015. Arrangements: Life Tributes Funeral Home & Cremation Service.
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Published in the Marshfield News Herald on Feb. 27, 2015
Engel, Mary  
Engel, Mary R. Mary R. Engel, age 68, of Marshfield, passed away peacefully Wednesday, February 25, 2015 at Ministry St. Joseph's Hospital, with her family by her side. A celebration of life will be held 2:00 PM on Saturday, February 28, 2015 at the Hansen-Schilling Funeral Home (1010 E. Veterans Parkway) in Marshfield. Rev Mark Krueger will officiate. Visitation will be held from 11:00 AM until the time of service at the Funeral Home on Saturday. Mary was born June 8, 1946 to Ervin and Irene (Gunyon) Graff in Marshfield. She graduated from Columbus High School in Marshfield. On November 12, 1966 Mary was united in marriage to Roger Engel. Mary worked as a manager at A&B Processing in Stratford for many years until her health forced her to retire. Mary loved her work and enjoyed her co-workers. She enjoyed camping, reading, crafts, and riding with Roger on the motorcycle. Mary truly enjoyed time spent with her family, especially with her daughter and grandchildren. Those that knew her best will miss her big heart, warm smile, and her love of family. Mary is lovingly survived by her husband: Roger of Marshfield; daughter: Jennifer (Kevin) Swensen of Wisconsin Rapids; and grandchildren: Brandon and Nathan. She is further survived by her sister: Patricia Trierweiler. She will truly be missed. She is proceeded in death by her parents: Ervin and Irene. Mary's Motto, "Do Something Nice For Somebody Everyday". Online condolences may be made at www.hansenschillingfuneralhome.com for your convenience.
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Published in the Marshfield News Herald on Feb. 27, 2015
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