“My sincere condolences to all of Sheila's family. Sheila graduated from OFHS four years ahead of me, so I only knew her siblings....Sherry, Bryan, and Barry. I can tell from the comments that she was a wonderful person. I especially feel a bond with her knowing that her remains are at Serenity Meadows which is where my husband's (Orrie Ritter) ashes are entombed. And when I eventually join him there someday, that will make for three OFHS grads there! May she rest in peace! Christine...
“Remembering Sheila from high school days; she was always smiling with a sparkle in her eyes. My condolences to the family.
“As Ph.D. educators Sheila and I enjoyed many lively conversations, often because we respectfully disagreed about things such as student esteem. I never dreamed we wouldn't enjoy even more such discussions. Rest in peace Sheila
“My sincere condolences to the family of Sheila. Sheila and I were high school classmates at Oconto Falls High School and at UW-Oshkosh. She spoke often of how proud she was of her school and her students. As a fellow educator, I could relate to her pride. We will miss her at our reunions.
“We the "Class of 1957 " offer our deepest sympathy to Carl & Family, in the passing of one of our dearest classmates. Sheila was so interesting to be with and loved coming to Wisconsin to visit relatives and of course our group of classmates who seemed to meet each year when we knew she was coming. She was so interested in wanting to know what we were doing and reminiscing of high school days. Dear Sheila, we will truly miss you. God has a sweet angel in heaven.
“Growing up Sheila had a horse, Flicka. She loved that horse and she loved all of us too. She had a good life with a good man. That's what's most important! It's hard for me to believe she"s gone1 She was the wind beneath my wings.
“Sheila was the oldest of 11 children who became a teacher, a problem solver and a friend. As a teacher, she treated her students as if they were her own. Sheila not only taught her classroom students, but loved, taught and nurtured her entire family. We will remember Sheila's laugh, her love for her family, her zest for life, her kindness and her sincerity.
Sheila leaves behind not only countless family members but also a very large family of friends who loved her like a sister....
“Sheila was our big sister and was always there when one of us needed help whether it was in planning the family reunions, getting everyone accommodations, or just supporting the family events. She was our big sister with a big heart.
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JARSONBECK, Sheila Marie, age 75, of Riverview, Fl., passed away on Feb. 7, 2014 of a heart attack. "Thus ended 52 years of a most beautiful warm friendship" quotes Carl Jarsonsonbeck. She was born into an extended family in Abrams, WI. Here she helped her dad on their dairy and horse...Read More