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Grapengieser, Carl  
Grapengieser, Carl J. "Bub" Carl J. "Bub" Grapengieser, age 75 of Appleton, passed away on Monday, December 22, 2014 at St. Elizabeth Hospital. He was born on November 22, 1939 to the late Henry J. and Margaret M. (Clancy) Grapengieser in Appleton. At 17, he joined to Marines and proudly served his country. He married Corienne Marie Darbeaux and she preceded him in death on October 23, 2011. Bub enjoyed hunting, fishing and going up north. He enjoyed playing cards and was a Vikings and Packers fan. He is survived by his brothers; Gerald "Chuck" (Karen) Grapengieser, Timothy (Sharon) Grapengieser and Terrance (Margie) Grapengieser, and his sister, Jean Grapengieser. He is further survived by sister in law, Annette Grapengieser, brothers in law; Larry Allard and Dennis Darbeaux, several nieces, nephews, other relatives, friends and his dog, Buddy. Preceding Carl in death are his parents, his wife, Corienne, sister, Eleanor Allard, brothers Patrick Grapengieser and Jeffrey Grapengieser. A memorial service will be held at 12:30PM, on Saturday, December 27, 2014 at Valley Funeral Home, 2211 N. Richmond St, Appleton, gathering of friends and family will be held from 11:00AM until 12:30PM.
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Published in Appleton Post-Crescent on Dec. 25, 2014

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Gasch, June  
Gasch, June Marie June Marie (Sattler) Gasch passed from this life peacefully on December 16, 2014 at Century Ridge Elder Care in Chilton at the age of 92. Born June 10, 1922, to the late Meta (Schussman) and Bernard Sattler, June grew up in the Malone area and was confirmed at St. Paul's United Church of Christ where she first met her future husband, Milan Gasch. They were married at St. Paul's on November 4, 1943. After their marriage and Milan's return from WWII, they farmed in the Chilton area their entire lives. They had four children, Sandra, Vernon, Nadine and Kenneth. June and Milan enjoyed many activities together including polka and square dancing, fishing on Lake Winnebago, playing cards, and holidays with the family. June was very involved with community activities as a 4-H leader, member and President of the CMC Auxiliary, faithful member and the first woman President of Ebenezer United Church of Christ in Chilton. June was a fantastic cook and spent 35 years baking and decorating wedding cakes. She is preceded in death by her parents, her husband, Milan Gasch, daughter Nadine (Gasch) Cybyske, a sister Mildred (Sattler) Jensen and daughter-in-law, Carrie (Nafus) Gasch. She is survived by her children Sandra (Gasch) Stroebel (Fred), Vernon Gasch (Ann), Kenneth Gasch (special friend Debbie), son-in-law Ron Cybyske (Denise). Grandchildren Adam Gasch (Mindy), Torrey Gasch (special friend Jeremy), Leif Gasch (Lindsay) Caley Gasch (special friend Kurt), and great grandson, Jackson Paul Gasch. Brothers, Howard Sattler (Gloria), and Donald Sattler (Diane), and many other extended family members and dear friends. In this Holiday Season of celebration, we celebrate the memories of June's love of life and family, her strong faith and constitution as well as her dignity and grace. A memorial service will be delayed until the Saturday before Mother's Day, May 9, 2015. Memorials will include a City of Chilton tree planting, Ebenezer Church and Bell Choir and Calumet Medical Center. Online Condolences
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Published in Appleton Post-Crescent on Dec. 19, 2014
Gasch, June Marie (Sattler)  
June Marie Gasch, 92, Chilton, died 12-16-2014. Arrangements: Wieting Family Funeral Home.
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Published in Appleton Post-Crescent on Dec. 18, 2014
Gomoll, Donald  
Gomoll, Donald R. If love could have saved you, you would have lived forever. Donald Gomoll, age 90, of Neenah passed away with his family by his side on December 16, 2014. Don was born at home on Monroe St. in Neenah, to Charles and Alma (Reddin) Gomoll. He graduated Neenah High School in 1942 where he was a tennis stand out and talented drummer in the marching band. He enlisted in the Army Air Corps in 1943 and served his country in, the 8th Air Force-5th Air Sea Rescue. Stationed in England, he was a radar operator flying B-17 and PBY rescue planes. Don sailed home on the Queen Mary in 1945. You will never find a prouder veteran. He attended the University of Wisconsin to begin his career as a mechanical engineer. After the war, Don came home to discover a new neighbor. He met, fell in love with and married the girl next door. Arlene (Smith) Gomoll became his bride on September 29, 1951. As an engineer he worked at Neenah Foundry, Kimberly Clark and Appleton Machine Co. for a combined 45 years. He served his city as a Neenah Alderman on the City Council for 7 years. He was a Boys Brigader as a young boy and a Brigade leader as a parent. He was so proud to be from Neenah. Don was a family man first and foremost. His final thoughts were of his wife and children. Don was a handyman of epic proportions and seemed to be able to fix or build anything. As a huge Badgers fan, he spent many great afternoons at Camp Randall. Don was also a big Packer fan and he and Arlene became season ticket holders the year Lambeau was built. Being a life-long Cubs fan was not always easy, but he never stopped hoping for that World Series win. Perhaps they will find an angel in the outfield next season. Don enjoyed fishing and golfing and traveling the world with Arlene. He was a champion bowler and baseball player. He loved Big Band music, growing roses and dancing with his wife. He had a smile and a kindness that drew you to him. He loved to tease and tell "good" jokes. He was so proud of his children and never failed to support them, push them and celebrate their accomplishments. This continued on with his grandsons. Don will be greatly missed by his wife of 63 years, Arlene (Smith) Gomoll; his children: Ellen (Terry Starkey) Gomoll, Mound, MN, John (Susan) Gomoll, Flower Mound, Texas, Julie (Patrick) Lynn, Neenah; his grandchildren: James (Christi) Gomoll, Andy Gomoll, Daniel Gomoll, Zach Lynn, Parker Lynn; and his great-grandchild, Logan Gomoll; His sister, Shirley (Vic) Mattson, Hattiesburg, MS. Don was preceded in death by his parents and his sister, Marion Hanson. All who knew Don are invited to celebrate his life and raise a glass of Pepsi in his honor. The Funeral Service for Don will be held at 11:00 AM on Monday, December 22, 2014 at St. Paul Lutheran Church (200 N. Commercial St, Neenah) with Rev. Paul L. Holte officiating. Family and friends are invited to gather at the church on Monday from 10:00 AM until the hour of the service. Military Honors will follow the service, performed by the Neenah/Menasha Veterans Honor Guard. Don was a proud member of the VFW and American Legion. A memorial fund is being established in his name. Westgor Funeral Home 205 W. Doty Ave. Neenah 722-7151 Online Condolences Our family would like to thank the staff at Cherry Meadows Hospice and AMC for their kindness and loving care of Don and us.
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Published in Appleton Post-Crescent from Dec. 18 to Dec. 19, 2014
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