Parker (Hofacker), Margaret "Maggie"
Margaret "Maggie" Hofacker Parker
Born April 1, 1943 - passed away peacefully at home with her family by her side on May 16, 2013 following a brief illness.
Margaret was a wife to Bob.
Mom to: Mary Parker, Freedom, Liz (Rick) Kurey, Appleton, Bobby (girlfriend Toni Miller) Parker, Appleton, Andy (Corrie) Parker, Seymour, Anne (Adam) Hoff, Appleton. Like a mom to: Joe (Amy) Belonger, Ruth Belonger, and Kelly (Larry) VanHandel.
Grandma Maggie and Nana to: Megan, McKenna, Madison, Nick, Dakota, Josey, Parker, Piper.
Sister to Francis Hofacker Family (Francis deceased), John Hofacker Family (John deceased), William Hofacker Family (William deceased), Joe Hofacker Family (Joe deceased), Mary (Ed) Hawley (Mary deceased), Ann Hofacker, Catherine (Howard) Belonger Family (Catherine & Howard deceased), Charlotte Belonger, Henry Hofacker Family (Henry deceased), Nick Hofacker Family, Paul Hofacker Family, Tony Hofacker Family.
Sister-in-law to: Leila (Joe) Becher Family (Joe deceased), John (Hazel) Parker Family (John Deceased), Richard (Pam) Parker Family.
She was preceded in death by her husband Bob, parents William and Ruth Hofacker, Bob's parents Rawley and Josephine Parker, nephews Bud Hofacker and Tom Becher, niece Krissy Hofacker, great nephew Thomas Parker, great niece Hope Hofacker.
Visitation will take place at St. Edward Catholic Church on Tuesday, May 21, 2013 from 3-8pm with a parish prayer service led by Deacon Jeff Hofacker at 8pm. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, May 22, 2013 at St Edward Catholic Church with visitation from 10am-1pm and mass of Christian burial at 1pm. We express our sincere gratitude to Father Dan Felton, Father Ricardo Basquinez, Father Norman Krutzik, Father Charlie Brooks, Father Willard VanDeLoo, Father Louis Vermeersch, Deacon Jeff Hofacker, Deacon Ray Ambrosious, and Deacon Joe Lehman. Muehl-Boettcher Funeral Home, Seymour, is assisting the family with arrangements. Online condolences may be expressed at www.muehlboettcher.com
Her greatest pride and joy were her children and grandchildren. She was "Grandma Maggie" to many children and a mother figure to many. She was very proud of her Irish heritage and was deeply devoted to her parish family, her faith in God, and helping those in need.
Maggie was granted her wish of having a living wake with the many family and friends who visited her at home throughout the past few weeks.
In Lieu of flowers, please give your time to the less fortunate and visit the sick and lonely in our hospitals and nursing homes. This is the greatest gift you can give in Maggie's memory.
Special thanks to the ThedaCare at Home Hospice team and to all of the doctors and nurses who assisted us throughout this time.
Until we meet again, may God hold you in the palm of his hand.
To all of my children and grandchildren…I Love You. GRANDMA, WE LOVE YOU MORE.