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Artus, John L.  
Artus, John L. John L. Artus, 91, Marathon, has ended his earthly life and entered in to his eternal life to be with the Lord on Wednesday June 29th 2016 at Aspirus Wausau Hospital. He was born on April 7th 1925 in the town of Stettin to John A. and Emma (Hilmershausen) Artus and was raised on the family farm. On September 3, 1949 he married Leila Voigt at St. Peter's Lutheran Church in the town of Hamburg. She preceded him in death on July 26th 2000. He and Leila farmed in the Town of Stettin and he logged and provided custom crop harvesting. He was a devout Christian with a very strong faith, as he read the Bible daily and was a lifelong member of Rib Falls United Methodist Church. John had a contagious smile, was always very kind and generous and was an extremely hard worker who taught his family strong work ethic, to do things right and to never stop until the job was done. He had the knack to fix anything. John always welcomed anyone at their table for fellowship, food and laughter. He was willing to lend a helping hand to those in need. He was an avid reader and enjoyed music, as he even played the accordion in his younger years. There wasn't a Sunday morning polkas weren't heard. He loved spending time with his family and sharing Cheetos and Pepsi with his great-grandchildren. He was a proud member of the Operating Engineers Local 139 and operated many different pieces of heavy equipment. Precision crane operation was his expertise as he helped build many of the local landmarks and businesses. He was recognized for his 67 years as a devout Operating Engineer Union Member. John will be dearly missed by all of his family and friends, three daughters, Janis Artus (Robert Schmidlkofer), Jayne (James) Seeger, and Judy (Randy) Artus-DeBroux, all of Wausau; his three sons, John J. (Diane) Artus, Jerry (Sally) Artus and Jeffrey (Cindy) Artus, all of Marathon; ten grandchildren, Jodi (Ryan) DeBroux, Marathon, Justin (Traci) Seeger, Wausau, James (Wendy) Rauen, Athens, Ashley ( Jay) Hammerstrom, Chelsey Artus, Lesley Artus, all of Marathon, Cody Raymond, Wausau; Jeff Artus, Jordan Artus and Emily Artus all of Marathon; five great-grandchildren Emma, Evan and Eli DeBroux, Brexton King, Ty Hammerstrom, all of Marathon, , and one great-grandchild on the way, one brother Wallace (Elaine) Artus, Wausau, brother-in-law Gene (Jennie) Voigt, Marathon and sister-in-law Marvel Artus, Edgar. He was preceded in death by the love of his life Leila, grandson, John Matthew Artus, sisters Alice (Leslie) Baumann, Gertrude (Leonard) Reiche, Alma (Elmer) Semerau and brother James Artus, as well as his parents, John A. and Emma Artus. Services will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, July 2, 2016 at the Rib Falls United Methodist Church, town of Rib Falls. Burial will be in the Rib Falls United Methodist Cemetery. Pastor Tim Gurlea will officiate. Visitation will be from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Friday at the Peterson/Kraemer Funeral Home Marathon, and again on Saturday from 9:30 a.m. until the time of the funeral at the church. Online condolences may be expressed at www.petersonkraemer.com The family would like to thank the staff of Azura Memory Care and of Aspirus Wausau Hospital for taking such great care of John. The compassion you have shown and the care you have provided is heartfelt and sincerely appreciated. To the special Azura caregivers who touched his heart, you know who you are! The family would also like to thank John's long-time physician Dr. Thomas Stoffel and most recent care and compassion of Dr. Huff and Dr. Hwang. In lieu of flowers, a memorial scholarship fund has been established in John and Leila's honor.
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Published in the Wausau Daily Herald from June 30 to July 2, 2016
Drengler, Rosella "Lala"  
Drengler, Rosella "Lala" Rosella "Lala" Drengler, 91, of Wausau, died Sunday, June 26, 2016( Lala and Jerry's anniversary) at Wausau Manor. She was born July 17, 1924 in Wausau to the late John and Anna (Lenz) Kaas. Rosella married Gerald Drengler June 26, 1948 at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Wausau. He preceded her in death on March 5, 2008. Rosella was a secretary for Younkers until she retired in 1987. She enjoyed camping with family and friends, playing bridge, working on crossword puzzles, shaking dice and spending time with grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Survivors include her son, LeRoy (Kathy) Drengler, Wausau; two daughters, Lori (Don) Morz, Republic, MI and Debbie (Leigh) Guilliaume, Wausau; five grandchildren, Eric (Jenna) Drengler, Kurt (Erika) Drengler, Andrew Wasson, Ashleigh and Kayleigh Guilliaume; five great-grandchildren, Danica, Brooklyn and Kaitlyn Drengler, Sequoia and Willow Drengler; and many nieces and nephews. Besides her parents and husband she was preceded in death by three brothers, Albert, Clarence and John Kaas; five sisters, Dorothy Schultz, Anna Miller, Carol Cronk, Marie Billings and Ruthi Voermans. Funeral Services will be held at 11:00 a.m. Wednesday July 6, 2016 at the Brainard Funeral Home, 522 Adams St., Wausau. Father James Schaefer will officiate. Burial will be at the Pine Grove Cemetery, Wausau. Visitation will be held from 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday concluding with a Rosary Service at 7:00 p.m. Friends may also visit with the family from 10:00 a.m. until the time of services on Wednesday at the funeral home. On-line condolences may be given at www.brainardfuneral.com The family would like to extend a special thank you to Mountain Terrace(Harmony House) and their staff, which Lala called home during the past 3 ½ years and to Wausau Manor who cared for Lala during her final days
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Published in the Wausau Daily Herald from June 30 to July 4, 2016
Hintze, Charles  
Hintze, Charles Charles W. Hintze, 90, Wittenberg, formerly of Woodruff, died Tuesday, June 29, 2016 at Rennes Health and Rehabilitation Center, Weston, under the care of Asera Care Hospice. He was born on April 18, 1926 in Wausau, the son of the late Charles and Martha (Grosskoff) Hintze. Charles was a U.S. Navy Veteran, serving in the Pacific during WWII. On August 23, 1947, Charles was united in marriage to Marion Heinrich in Wausau. She survives. Charles worked as an accountant and purchasing manager for the Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District for over 40 years. He served as President of the National Institute of Governmental Purchasing (NIGP) and was a member of the Lion's Club. Charles was active in many church activities at his previous churches including: serving as treasurer, choir member, was a council member and was a member of the Men's Club. Family was very important to Charles. He had a great sense of humor and always had a good joke or story. Survivors include his wife, Marion Hintze, Wittenberg; one daughter, Sandra (Gary) Hanke, Wittenberg; four grandchildren, Roselind Hanke, Wittenberg, Michael Hintze, Cudahy, Marie (Scott) Emerson, South Milwaukee and Laura (Justin Stickles) Hintze, Cudahy; great-granddaughter, Katie Emerson; daughter-in-law, Linda Hintze, Cudahy and one sister, Alice (Melvin) Kuschel, CA. He is also survived by nieces, nephews and other relatives. In addition to his parents, Charles was preceded in death by two sons, David Hintze and Paul Hintze; one grandson, David Hintze II and one sister, Mary Mueller. The Funeral Service will be held at 4pm on Saturday, July 2, 2016 at St. Paul Lutheran Church, Wittenberg. Rev. Michael Larson will officiate. Interment will be in Forest Home Cemetery, Wittenberg, with military rites conducted by the Bloecher-Johnson American Legion Post #502. Visitation will be on Saturday from 2pm until the time of services at the church. Schmidt & Schulta Funeral Home, Wittenberg is assisting the family with arrangements. Memories and condolences may be shared at schmidtschulta.com .
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Published in the Wausau Daily Herald on July 1, 2016
Tabor, Leon "Slim"  
Tabor, Leon "Slim" Leon (Slim) Tabor On June 14, 2016, at the grand age of 97 years old, Leon joined his beloved wife, Elaine in heaven. Leon was born March 24, 1919 in Prairie du Sac, WI to Hunter and Hattie (Schoepp) Tabor. Slim was lovingly given his nickname by his father at a young age. As a young boy, he enjoyed fishing and hunting with his father. Graduating from Sauk Prairie High School in 1939, Slim participated in football, basketball and track. Slim was inducted into the United States Army on July 21, 1944. He went through basic training and became a rifleman. He departed on a ship bound for Europe on January 3, 1945 and arrived in the European Theater of Operations on January 15, 1945. From there he was assigned as an Infantry replacement and joined the 347th Infantry. He was destined to take part in all of the campaigns that the 87th Infantry Division was involved in during World War II. On March 16-17, 1945 during an attack on Mariaroth, Germany, his company became pinned down by heavy mortar and sniper fire. Private First Class Tabor voluntarily crawled forward under heavy fire. After locating the enemy emplacements, he radioed their positions to the rear and then adjusted effective fire upon them. Private First Class Tabor's heroism enabled his company to advance and take their objective. Numerous casualties were inflicted upon the enemy and fifteen were captured. For his heroism, Private First Class Tabor was awarded the Silver Star Medal by Major General Culin. Private First Class Tabor was also awarded the Purple Heart Medal for wounds received in action. Tabor's unit, the 347th Infantry, was awarded the Presidential Unit Citation for their assault river crossing of the Rhine River on March 25-26, 1945. His Regiment was the only unit of the 87th Infantry Division to receive this award. On June 9, 1945, Private First Class Tabor was given a tour of the notorious German prison camp, Buchenwald at Weimar, Germany. There he saw things that were formerly thought to be propaganda but soon became evident of the atrocities of Hitler and his Nazi Regime. He returned to the United States and was honorably discharged on October 7, 1945. On April 18, 2011, Slim had the privilege of going on the Honor Flight to Washington DC accompanied by his son Pete. Slim was able to visit the World War II Memorial built to honor his service and all others who served. This trip was an amazing experience for him. Slim began working in the theater business at the age of thirteen doing small jobs until managing the local movie theater in Prairie du Sac. He moved to Merrill in 1947 and became the manager of the Cosmo Theater. He met his future wife, Elaine Thompson at the Cosmo. They were married April 28, 1949. Elaine preceded Slim in death on April 13, 2015 after 65 years of blissful marriage. Slim was the Cosmo manager until 1966. He then was a longtime employee of Club Modern Supper Club until his retirement. One of Slim's passions in life was traveling—adventure traveling. Slim and Elaine enjoyed extensive travels around the world visiting 37 countries and every continent except Antarctica. Various trips included a scenic boat ride down the Amazon River, climbing the steps at Macchu Piccu, walking on the Great Wall of China, driving through the outback of Australia, a three week safari in Africa, riding elephants in Thailand and numerous tours through Europe. Hawaii was Slim's favorite place to visit. He said it has the perfect climate—not too hot and not too cold. He loved the beautiful landscape. Slim's advise to his grandchildren is to save your money and travel. Washington D.C. is one of the places he says his grandchildren should visit. As a long time resident on Tug Lake, Slim enjoyed tending to his big garden, fishing, deer hunting, pontoon rides, Friday night fish fries and a good prime rib dinner with family and friends. He was an avid sports fan attending many Packer games and faithfully watching the Brewers and Badgers on TV. Special family memories are his contagious laugh, relaxing rides on the pontoon, grilling chicken and burgers, chicken runs, sitting by the campfire eating s'mores, picnics and fishing at Council Grounds. Slim is survived by his daughter, Cathy (Bruce) Bandow and three sons, Pete (Joan), Terry (Barb) and Jim. He is further survived by his grandchildren, Shelly (Stephen) Fisher, Blair (Jenny) Bandow, Ben Tabor and Allison Tabor, Cindy (William) Rogers and Jennifer (Michael) Faber. His great grandchildren are Grace and Izzy Fisher, Drew and Reese Bandow, Alexandra and Samantha Rogers and Nicole and Jessica Faber. Slim was preceded in death by his wife Elaine, his son Dennis, his brothers Neal and Obert and his parents. Memorials may be given to the Honor Flight or Meals on Wheels. Our family would like to acknowledge the compassionate care given to Slim by Aspirus Hospice and the entire staff at Bell Tower. A Funeral Service for Slim will be held at 11 AM Monday, July 11, 2016 at Bible Presbyterian Church in Merrill. Pastor Andy Perry will perform the Funeral Service. Visitation will be from 2-6 PM Sunday, July 10, 2016, at Bible Presbyterian Church and again on Monday from 10:00 AM until the time of Service at the church. Entombment will follow at Merrill Memorial Park. Full military honors will be performed by Post 1638. Waid Funeral Home of Merrill is assisting the family with arrangements. Online condolences may be made at www.waidfuneral.com .
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Published in the Wausau Daily Herald from June 26 to July 9, 2016
Witter, Barbara  
Witter, Barbara It is with great sadness that we share the passing of our beloved mother, Barbara Edna (Heiser) Witter, 79, after a yearlong bout with metastatic lung cancer. She died Wednesday morning, June 29, 2016, peacefully sleeping in her bed, surrounded by family at the Wausau, Wis., home of her daughter Debra, with whom she lived the past two years. Barbara was born Dec. 22, 1936, in Wausau, to Mae (Ringle) and Raymond Heiser. On June 27, 1953, she married David Dean Witter in Wausau. Together, they raised seven children and were married for 53 years until David's death at age 72 on Aug. 4, 2006. They spent the first 19 years of marriage in Racine, Wis., where all of their children were born. There, Barbara raised the kids, worked at Northwestern Printing and helped run the business they opened, Witter's Bar. They returned to Wausau in 1972 to open Deano's Casino, a tavern on 3rd Street that they operated for many years. It was known for Barbara's delicious homemade food, including chili, spaghetti, hot beef, cole slaw, potato salad and daily soups. Barbara also worked for many years at the Westwood Conference Center. In retirement, she and David operated a food stand at the Wis. Valley Fair, serving gyros and steak sandwiches. Barbara continued running the stand with family members in the years following David's death until stopping in 2015 due to her illness. Barbara was also famous among friends for her incredible knitting ability and sewing skill. She made and mended clothes, and became an expert at knitting, amazing us with intricate blankets, sweaters, hats, gloves, socks and baby/toddler outfits that left onlookers envious. For years, Mom was told that she should sell her creations at fairs, but she insisted it was a gift of love for family and wouldn't do it for profit. Every time one of her 18 grandchildren or 16 great-grandchildren was born, a complete head-to-toe outfit was ready for them. In fact, once diagnosed, her main goal was to knit newborn outfits for the first-borns of grandchildren who hadn't already had a baby. She knitted even at chemotherapy sessions, and as a result of her determination, many great-grandchildren who will never meet her have a treasured keepsake awaiting them. Mom enjoyed listening to James Taylor music, and one of his lyrics aptly describes her approach to that goal, and life in general: "Soft as smoke and tough as nails." Before falling ill, Mom stayed busy canning her spaghetti, chili, soups and jam. Family always arrived at her house with food awaiting them and usually left with meals by the quart jar. If she wasn't knitting, Mom voraciously read books, laughed at Facebook videos on her phone or watched TV in her comfy chair with Maggie, the 10-year-old Maltese who rarely left her side. She also faithfully attended her grandchildren's sporting events and musical concerts near and far. She was a very proud and supportive grandparent. Although small in stature, few can measure up to Barbara when it comes to compassion and generosity. During the bar days, when a regular customer was alone for holidays, she often invited them to eat and celebrate with our family. And one year, despite still having kids at home and a bar to run and cook for, she took in the teenage son of a family from up north so he could attend his senior year of high school in Wausau. That's just who she was: Always putting others first. Even in her final days, when she'd wake for brief moments with family at her bedside, she'd look us in the eye and say, "You should get some rest." Well, at last it is she who is finally at rest after a life well-lived. Our mother left a deep imprint on this world and her keepsakes and recipes will be passed on for generations. Barbara is survived by six of her children, all of whom were blessed to be able to say final goodbyes to her: Pamela (Bob Macaux) Witter of Spread Eagle; Kary (Steve) Zagzebski of McFarland; Abby Witter of Amery; Laura (Todd) Stauffer of Waukesha; Debra (Jim) Bauman of Wausau; and Dean (Nettie) Witter of McFarland. She is also survived by a cherished sister with whom she was very close, Betty Wadinski of Kronenwetter, and grandchildren Ben Macaux; Jacob and Luke Witter; Weeden, Anna, Nadia and Lillie Bauman; Wes and Justin Markofski and Halena Ernst; Jessica Bloom, Rachel Griffin and Paige Zagzebski; Sydney and Alexa Stauffer; and Zeke and Kendall Witter. In addition to her parents and husband, Barbara was preceded in death by son Michael, granddaughter Julia Zagzebski, brother Ray Heiser and sisters Beverly Drake and Bernice Miller. A service will be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, July 2, at Brainerd Funeral Home, 522 Adams St., Wausau. Visitation will be from 10-11 a.m. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the family at 143 Ross Ave., Wausau, for a future memorial, or in Barbara's memory to Aspirus Hospice Services or Wausau Conservatory of Music. The family wishes to thank Dr. Steven Nichols and his nurses for caring for our parents for years, Dr. Hamied Rezazadeh and his nurses for their skilled and compassionate oncology care, and RN Katie Siewert and the CNAs and staff at Aspirus Hospice for their delicate care and comfort in Mom's final days. They are truly angels walking among us.
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Published in the Wausau Daily Herald on July 1, 2016
Woodward, Karen Marie  
Woodward, Karen Marie Karen M. Woodward, age 73, of Weston passed away June 29, 2016 at Aspirus Hospice House surrounded by loved ones. Karen was born on October 3, 1942 in Merrill to the late Reinhart and Elsie (Reinke) Dreger. She married Lionel Woodward on July 3, 1964 in Wausau. Two summers ago they celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary. Karen was preceded in death by her husband, Lionel. She is survived by son Kurt (Jessica Tlusty) Woodward of Ringle; daughter Julie (Mike) Borneman of Rib Mountain; grandchildren Ashley (KC) Kline, Mitchael (Kristina Wood) Borneman, Maxwell Woodward and Grace Woodward; siblings David (Carol) Dreger of Wausau, Roger (Ginger) Dreger of Kronenwetter, Linda (Mark) Bachhuber of Kronenwetter, Lori (David) Marg of Mosinee, Ron Mohr of Kronenwetter, Judy (Flloyd) Sliwicki of Kronenwetter; and many nieces, nephews and cousins. She is also preceded in death by her parents and sister Pamela Mohr. Karen retired from Everest Metro Police Department in 2012, where she worked many years as an administrative assistant. Upon retirement from the police department Karen enjoyed spending time with family and friends and spoiling her grandchildren. She looked forward to every spring, counting the days until she could get into her flower gardens. Karen met many new friends during her years as a sports fan, watching her grandaughter Ashley play volleyball, watching her grandson Mitchael play lacrosse and hockey, watching her grandson Max play football and baseball and watching her grandaughter Grace play soccer and compete at horse shows. She loved taking her granddaughters to lunch, shopping and for pedicures. Karen loved fishing with Lionel and spent many hours admiring the multitude of birds that frequented the many birdfeeders in her beautifiul backyard. Words cannot express the appreciation Karen had for her family and friends the last few years. Especially those that visited, transported her to chemotherapy, took her shoppng, mowed her lawned, weedwacked, filled her birdfeeders, maintaining her beautiful flower gardens, cooking for her, cleaning, running errands, bringing her a "Regular French Vanilla ONLY" cappucino. Memorial service will be held at 2:00 pm on Sunday, July 3, 2016 at Brainard Funeral Home, 5712 Memorial Court, Weston. The Rev. Wes Jedras will officiate. Visitation will take place from 12:00 pm until the time of service at the funeral home on Sunday. In lieu of flowers, please direct donations to the Apirus Hospice House and/or the Aspirus Oncology Department for Cancer Research. Condolences may be given at www.brainardfuneral.com
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Published in the Wausau Daily Herald from July 1 to July 8, 2016

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Magalska, Sallie Marie (Cashin)  
Magalska, Sallie Marie (Cashin) Sallie Marie (Cashin) Magalska, 74, Green Bay, died unexpectedly in her sleep Tuesday, June 28, 2016, in her summer home in Hazelhurst, WI. She was born on August 13, 1941, in Madison to William and Ruth Cashin. Sallie grew up in Stevens Point, where she graduated from Maria High School in 1959. She graduated from the Wisconsin School of Cosmetology in Green Bay and worked for several years as a beautician in both Green Bay and Stevens Point. On October 1, 1966, Sallie married her best friend, Jim Magalska. They would have celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary this fall. Together they lived in Maryland, Illinois, Minnesota, and Wisconsin. They also enjoyed many happy memories at their summer home in Hazelhurst. Over the years, Sallie cherished raising her four daughters and was very active in their education and extra-curricular activities. She also enjoyed reading, cooking, going to farmers' markets, painting, traveling, making crafts with grandchildren and organizing family gatherings at their lake house. Guests could always feel the warmth of her home. Her greatest joy of all was her immediate and extended family. Nana Sal never missed a baptism, first communion, grandparents' day, or any other important events of her loved ones. Her presence will be dearly missed at these family gatherings. Sallie will be remembered for her generous spirit and thoughtful nature. She is survived by her loving husband, Jim; four daughters: Christine Steinlage, Appleton; Lynn (Douglas) Hann, Bloomington, MN; Kelly (Joseph) Dreas, Independence, KY; Robyn (Dan) Liebl, Burnsville, MN; ten grandchildren: Ben, Joe and Mark Steinlage; Kate, Luke, Ellie and Matt Dreas; Sam, Elizabeth and Maria Liebl; her siblings, Caryl (Fred) Orlando, Richard (Doris) Cashin, Mary Kay Ruder, Michael Cashin; mother-in-law, Virginia Magalska; in-laws, Jane (Frank) Jonas, Jon (Pam) Magalska, Julie (Joe) Nagel; and numerous nieces, nephews, and dear, dear friends. Sallie was preceded in death by her son, Mark; parents, William and Ruth Cashin; and father-in-law, Kenneth Magalska. Sallie was a faith-filled person who was a member of St. Agnes Parish in Green Bay and Holy Family Parish in Woodruff. Friends may call at St. Agnes Catholic Church, 1484 Ninth St., from 9 to 11 a.m. Saturday. The Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday at the church with Rev. Patrick C. Beno officiating. Burial will be in Most Precious Blood Cemetery, New London. Blaney Funeral Home is assisting the family. To send online condolences, please go to www.BlaneyFuneralHome.com . In lieu of flowers, a memorial fund has been established in Sallie's name.
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Published in the Wausau Daily Herald on June 30, 2016
Simonis, William  
Simonis, William William "Willie" D. Simonis, 49, town of Guenther, passed away on Tuesday, June 28, 2016. He was born on Nov. 21, 1966, to Barbara (Stachura) and the late Billie Simonis. He Married Diane Dean on Aug. 30, 1996, in Mosinee. She survives. He was an active man that loved to hunt, fish, go camping and go to garage sales. He also enjoyed scrapping and fixing cars. Spending time with his family and his grandchildren was his greatest enjoyment. Besides his wife, Diane, and mother, Barb, he is survived by his two children, Andrew (Peggy) Dean and Natalie (Jake) Krzanowski; six grandchildren, Cody Dahms, Cora and Hailey Dean, Wyatt, Gage, and Sadie Krzanowski; six brothers, Andrew (Christel) Simonis, Paul (Carrie) Simonis, Brian (Lisa) Simonis, Mark (Jamie) Simonis, Bruce (Sandra) Simonis, and Tim (Cheryl) Simonis; five sisters, Candee (Mike) Rust, Diane (Duane) Kohnhorst, Karen (Gary) Weis, Rose (Joe) Wawrzyniec, Linda Kesy, Marilyn (Gary) Carriveau; and many nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his father, Billie; grandparents, Jake and Stella Stachura and Lewis and Verna Simonis; Courtney Simonis, Nicholas Simonis, and Lester Kesy. Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Friday, July 1, 2016, at St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church, Knowlton. The Rev. James Arthur will officiate. Burial will be in St. Francis cemetery, Knowlton. Visitation will be from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday at Beste Funeral Home, Mosinee. Visitation will be again from 9 a.m. Friday until time of services at the church. Online condolences may be made at www.bestefh.com
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Published in the Wausau Daily Herald on June 30, 2016
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