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Crane, Herbert K.  
Herbert K. Crane, 70, Sheboygan, died 12-05-2014. Arrangements: Ballhorn Chapels Funeral and Cremation Care Center.
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Published in Sheboygan Press on Dec. 18, 2014

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Campbell, Alicia  
Alicia Campbell, 83, New Holstein, died 12-13-2014. Arrangements: Wieting Family Funeral Home.
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Published in Sheboygan Press on Dec. 15, 2014
Carpenter, Jenine  
(Behnke) Carpenter, Jenine "Jenny" Jenny Rose (Behnke) Carpenter, 49, of Sheboygan Falls, passed away Friday, November 7, 2014 surrounded by family at her home. Jenny was born on January 23, 1965 in Sheboygan, Wisconsin to Verlin and Janice (Greuel) Behnke. The family was completed by one younger sister, Leanne, who now has a teenage daughter, Valerie. Jenny attended Lincoln Erdman Elementary School, Horace Mann Junior High School, and Howards Grove High School, graduating in 1983. She attended the UW-Sheboygan and graduated from Lakeland College with both Bachelor's and Master's Degrees in Education. She worked as an English as a Second Language Teacher for the Sheboygan Area School District, Lakeshore Technical College, and Lakeland College. The most important events of her life took place with the adoption of her son, Caleb, from Cambodia at the age of four months. He's an awesome young man of fourteen years now. For two wonderful years, Caleb and Jenny lived in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, his birth country, and desired to learn about and help the people there. Jenny kept a blog at carpentersincambodia.blogspot.com , recording those experiences. She had been revising it with more details and had hoped to publish it in the future. She continued to write at the same website for those who are struggling with divorce, cancer, loss, and other things. She hoped this might encourage others on their own life journeys. Jenny had future plans: She wanted to travel to Kurdistan (Northern Iraq) to teach English for a short-term. It's what she trained for. She wanted to travel to Turkey to encourage/visit her Turkish friend/sister, Sebahat, who is also sick. She wanted to be a writer and publish a book. She wanted to make more memories with her incredible son. She hoped to return to Cambodia and live/serve there perhaps when Caleb was grown. Her heart truly lived there. She wanted to do what God put her on this life to do, which is really all we want, isn't it? Jenny had a faith in God. He gets to make the final choice. She's fine with whatever decision He makes. She would like to thank all the wonderful people who thought about her during this rough time, prayed for her, sent cards, gave gift cards, dropped off groceries, provided financial help, provided medical assistance, visited, and gave her emotional/spiritual strength. Jenny was blessed with many brothers and sisters in Christ worldwide and especially from the Sheboygan Church of Christ and the Southside Alliance Church. A memorial service will be held at 12:00 pm on Saturday, December 13, 2014 at Southside Alliance Church, 4321 County Road A, Sheboygan. Pastor John Teschan will officiate. A time of visitation and support will be held on Saturday from 10:00 am until the time of service. A memorial fund has been established in her name. To sign the guestbook, visit www.zimmerfuneralhome.com
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Published in Sheboygan Press from Dec. 10 to Dec. 12, 2014
Crownover, Daniel  
Crownover, Daniel T. (1950-2014) Daniel T. Crownover, 64, of Plymouth, WI made his transition on December 10 after a full day celebration of life with his family and friends. He was born May 3, 1950 in Milwaukee, WI the second son of proud parents, Margaret (Schneider) and the late Fred Crownover. Daniel was a retired professional painter and loved volunteering for the Ice Age Center. He managed the rods and reel program for Mauthe and Long Lake, was a trail steward for many years and enjoyed working their special events, especially the kids fishing rodeos. The Kettle Moraine was his favorite place to be. He volunteered many hours to establish the initial Richardson Hospice Resale Store. He was a member of the Glacial Drifters Society and was especially fond of trilobites. His artistic side could be seen in his stain glass work and his handcrafted gemstone necklaces. He was the original bass player for Grass, Food and Lodging. Music was an important part of his life and some of his fondest memories over the last 8 years was attending Leon Russell concerts and Leon Lifer events. This group was his second family. Daniel is survived by his wife/partner Margaret, "Smokey" Kirton of 41 years and the joy of his life; his son, Martin and new bride, Cheyenne; very special friend, Brendan Keeling; and dog, Lucy. His loving family includes his Mother, Margaret Gerpoltz; sisters: Annette (Wolfgang) Schneider; Mary Meier (Tom); brothers: Fred (Rose), Paul, Jim, John (Kitty), and Andrew (Janice) and many nieces and nephews. He was looking forward to meeting his first grandchild in January. A gathering to celebrate Daniel's life will be held on Sunday, December 28 from 1:00 to 3:00 at Camp Y Koda, W3340 Sunset Road, Sheboygan Falls, WI. The family wishes to thank the ICU nurses and staff at Columbia St Mary's Ozaukee especially Dr. Drew Elgin, and the Sharon S. Richardson Hospice for their care and support. In lieu of flowers, a memorial fund has been established. The Suchon Funeral Home and Cremation Services is serving the family. For on line condolences, please visit www.suchonfh.com
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Published in Sheboygan Press on Dec. 14, 2014
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