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Wanda E. Poler


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Poler, Wanda E.

Wanda Elizabeth (Ferguson) Poler, age 90, of Neillsville, WI passed into God's heavenly gates on Friday, June 9, 2017 at Sacred Heart Hospital, Eau Claire, WI.

She was born on July 15, 1926 in the Township of Washburn, Clark County, WI. The daughter of Fred and Mable Ferguson. She was a 1943 graduate of Granton High School, Clark County, WI.

She married Robert E. Poler in Neillsville, WI on March 10, 1946.

She along with her family lived in Neillsville, WI until 1966 when they moved to West Bend, WI after the closing of the Milk Products Company in Neillsville. They returned to their original homestead in Neillsville on Fairground Ave in 1988. Then in July of 1999, she and Robert moved to their new retirement home on Hwy 73, Neillsville.

Wanda was a devoted caregiver throughout her life to her three sons and husband. She enjoyed reading, knitting, polka music and watching deer in her backyard. She was also a firm believer and member of the Living Hope Church, Neillsville, where she attended faithfully and sponsored Bible studies in her home.

She is survived by three sons, Darwin (Kathleen) Poler, Essex, MD, Glenn (Jan) Poler, Fond du Lac, WI, and Clay (Lu Ann) Poler, WI Rapids, WI.

Twelve grandchildren and twenty-four great-grandchildren.

Further survived by: one brother, Russell Ferguson, Roxboro, NC, two sisters, Shirley Bragg, Springdale, AR, and Kittie Tostenson, Houston, MN and half-sister Patricia (Ron) Everson, Marshfield, WI.

She was preceded in death by: her parents, husband, sister Lovella 'Val' Poler, brothers-in-law, Charles Poler, Leonard Tostenson, and Peter Bragg. Also, daughter-in-law Patricia Poler and great-grandson Sebastian Wisse.

A memorial service will be held July 16, 2017 after the 10:30am service at the Living Hope Church, 7 Fairground Ave, Neillsville, WI.
Published in Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune on June 14, 2017
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