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14 Aug 2003

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Madison Wisconsin State Journal (Newspaper) - August 14, 2003, Madison, Wisconsin� in Kjell i4 v Angust 14, 2003 obituaries t death Index Ainslie Robert b., 92.West Bend Nama Mabel Shizuye Koba 88.Madison Kinney Florence e., 92.Madison Munns Helen i., 76.Fennimore o Connell Lawrence Quot Larry Quot 63.Blue Mounds o Connor Judith 68.Madison paddock James s., 31. Oregon Pettit Marjorie Nelson Madison Roeling Rose 80.Mauston Snell Robert g., 54.Madison Spangler Avis a., 89.Richland Center Thieleke Neil e., 69.elkhorn Thompson Robert 0., Wisconsin state journal obituary information Marci Rosen 608 252-6320 indicates Organ and tissue donor. Ainslie Robert West Bend or. Robert Ainslie age 92, died Friday aug. Al 2003, at the Cedar Lake health care Center in West Bend. He was born on june la 1911, in Escanaba mich., to the late Frederick and Francis Nee Brown Ainslie and was United in marriage to Margaret Fay on dec. 28, 1941, in Ilion . He graduated from Ilion High school in Ilion and then graduated from Colgate University in 1933. He earned his . From the University of Rochester school of Medicine graduating in 1937. He served an internship at Jersey City medical Center from 1937 through 1938. He then did Volunteer medical service in China assigned to presbyterian Hospital during the sino japanese War from january 1939 to May 1940. He served As assistant in pathology and assistant director of blood Bank at memorial Hospital in Syracuse ., from july 1940 to july 1941, and then completed a Fellowship in surgery at Cleveland clinic Ohio from july 1941 to december 1942. He returned to China under the american Baptist foreign Mission society assigned to a Hospital in Ipin West China from 1943 to 1946. On furlough from june 1946 to May 1947 he added a Short course in surgery in new York. In August 1949 he returned to West China with his family and in 1949 he and his family were forced to flee to the Philippines where he served two hospitals in the Island of Panay in Central Philippines from 1949 to 1952. In Spring 1952, he and his family returned to Cleveland Ohio and the Cleveland clinic to Complete his residency where he changed his practice from general surgery to otolaryngology. In 1954, after competing his residency at the Cleveland clinic he and his family moved to Madison where he was a practising otolaryngologist at Jackson clinic until retiring in 1976. After retiring from the Jackson clinic he continued to work two Days a week As a general practitioner at Madison geriatric clinic until 1983. In 1983, he and his wife moved to Penny retirement Community in Florida where he served As medical director until 1995. He continued to serve As an on Call physician at Penny retirement Community until moving Back to Wisconsin in december 2002. Or. Ainslie was a member of the state medical society of Wisconsin and Florida. He was elected As fellow to american Academy of ophthalmology and otolaryngology in 1959. He was a member of the Board of directors of the Board of Homeland ministries acc from 1968 to 1975, and a member of the Board of directors of Fairhaven retirement and nursing Home acc from 1969 to 1975. He was a past member of the rotary club of Oregon wis., the Lions club of Madison from 1965 to 1971, the kiwanis club of Dodgeville from 1976 to 1983, the rotary club of Green Cove Springs Fla., from 1983 to jul 2, and was listed in Strath a Prev a who a who 2000-2001. Besides serving his patients and his Community or. Ainslie most enjoyed being with his family and travelling. Prior to moving to Florida he had reared to Rural Dodgeville where built a Home on 13 acres with a Stream and Pond. He loved sitting at the dining room table watching the Birds and wildlife and reveling in nature. Lip is survived by his wife mar a Garet four children Susan Roy Sellars of Sheboygan John Christine Ainslie of Sun Prairie Fred Christine Ainslie of Ironwood mich., and William Victoria Ainslie of Atlanta Ca. 12 grandchildren eight great grandchildren other relatives and friends. He was preceded in death by a son Thomas Ainslie a sister Ruth Swift a Niece a Nephew and a great Niece. A memorial service vill be held on monday aug. I8, 2003, at i . At Lake Edge United Church of a Christ 4200 Buckeye Road Madison. Visitation will be at the Church from noon until the time of service. In lieu of Flowers memorials Are appreciated. Myrhum Patten funeral and cremation service West Bend is assisting the family. Iyama. Mabel Shizuye Koba Madison Mabel Iyama age 88, passed away on Friday aug. 8, 2003, at Meriter Hospital. She was born in san Francisco on Jan. 7, 1915, the fifth and last child of the remarkable Koba family. Her parents emigrated from Japan at the end of the 19th Century. Her father was an attorney and their children included the first japanese american Ballerina a varsity basketball player for Stanford and a voice student at a Boston conservatory of music. She was the artist of the family a Sweet and sensitive person shy but with a Strong heart. She loved the Beauty of words music and dance. Her crepe paper sculptures Are treasured by friends and family. She is survived by her husband of 58 years Mas their Only child or. Tina Iyama Kurtycz son in Law or. Dan Iyama Kurtycz two grandsons David and Jonathan Kurtycz and sister in Law Mary Koba All of Madison. She often recited one of her favorite poems Abou Ben Adhem by Leigh Hunt about a Man who achieved codes Blessing by being Quot one that loves his fellow she lived with love. May she find peace in that Blessing. Cress funeral service 6021 Liniver sity ave. 608 238-8406 Kinney Florence Madison Florence Kinney age 92, died peacefully on aug. 12, 2003, after patiently living with alzheimer a disease for the Cist five years. She was born in Adison on july 16, 1911, to William and Mary Cunningham. She was married to William r. Bill Kinney on july 30, 1938, at St. Raphael a Cathedral. Madison. By her example Florence taught her family and friends to be More caring people. She was a member of St. Bernard a Parish for 59 years attended daily mass and was Active in Many activities taking eucharist to the Home bound working at the school hot lunch program ladies bazaars halloween parties the Over 50 club and card parties. She will be greatly missed by her family and Many friends. One was always there for her friends who could no longer drive taking them shopping and to their doctor appointments Over the years Florence had Many other interests following her songs and grandchildren a sports braves games to chunk the theater card playing dancing Golf Bowling garage sales the Lawrence Welk show crocheting cooking and baking especially birthday cakes. She was a great mom to her three sons David Teri and Fred Marilyn both of Madison and Patrick Mary of Greendale. She was very devoted to her nine grandchildren and 16 Reat grandchildren. Her grandchildren Are Steve Anne Kinney Jill Dave Yanke Tim Kinney Tom Carla Jim Ellestad parents her husband her Sisters Helen Aleatha and Jesse and her Brothers Eugene Jim and Fred. Funeral services will be held at St. Bernard a Catholic Church 2450 Atwood ave., on saturday aug. 16, 2003, at to . Monsignor Michael Hippee will officiate. Friends May Call at the Church from 8 30 . Until the time of the service on saturday. Burial will be held at the resurrection cemetery. Memorials can be made to the alzheimer a association or St Bernard a Parish Madison. Special thanks to or. Bill Rock and or. Jeff Wood for their compassionate care Over the years. Thanks also to the staff members at Evora Lodge Homestead living and Oakwood Village for the Fine care that Florence received. The Loving and caring staff at Oakwood Knoll have been a special source of support for our mom and the rest of the family. We Are grateful for the Many ways you All added to her Quality of life during the past few years. She lived according to this prayer she had on her Wall Quot dear god thank you for what i have. Please help me to do the Best that i can and accept whatever happens As your will. A her life has been one of support and service to her family Ana friends. Now we rejoice that she is resting in the Loving arms of our lord and reunited with Bill in heaven. Ryan funeral Home 2418 n. Sherman ave. 608 249-8257 Munns Helen i. Fennimore Helen i. Munns age 76, died tuesday aug. 12, 2003, at the Fennimore Good Samaritan Center in Fennimore. She was born nov. La 1926, in Fennimore to Chris and Alva Mclimans Bock. She was married to Robert m. Wit Zig in March 1944 and later married to Richard Munns on april 26, 1981, in Nashua Iowa. She is survived by her husband Richard Munns Fennimore two children Betty Lou Cauffman Fennimore and Tyrone Karla Witzig Fennimore five grandchildren four great grandchildren a brother Donald Luetta Bock Fennimore and a sister Florence Wood Fennimore. She was preceded in death by her parents. Funeral services will be held at Fennimore United methodist Church at ii . Friday aug. Is 2003. With pastor Duane Andrus presiding and burial in Prairie cemetery Fennimore. Friends May Call from 4 . To 8 . Thursday aug. 14, 2003, at the Larson family funeral Home in Fennimore and from to . Until the time of service at the Church on Friday. Shannon his Wahlquist Haglund i Amber Bonnie Kinney sue Sandi John Williams Stacy Kinney Cori Steve Bjorkland and Aric Courtney Kinney. Her great grandchildren Are Ben Sam Peter and Joey Yanke Kyle and Kayla Kinney Nathan Hocking Cora and Elle Kinney Shane and Josh Wilkinson Brandon Follestad Cole Williams Annika and Jack Bjork land and Hannah Kinney. She is also survived by her brother and sister in Law Joe and Dorothy Kinney of san Antonio Texas and Sisters in Law Hilde Gard Kinney of Madison and Helen Kinney of Monona. She was preceded in death by her aug. 16, 2003, at St. Ignatius Catholic Church in mount Horeb with father James bar Tylla officiating. Burial will be at St. James Catholic cemetery in Vermont township. Friends May Call from 3 . To 8 . On Friday aug. 15, 2003, at Ellestad funeral Home 500 n. Eighth St., mount Horeb where a scripture service will be held at 3 . Larry a family would like to thank University Hospital clinic and staff or. Longo and the Don and Marilyn hospice care Center staff. Larry was a great husband dad and grandpa and will be greatly missed. We love dad and dad loved life. A May the Road Rise up to meet you May the wind be always at your Back May the Sun Shine warm upon your face and Rains fall soft upon your Fields and until we meet again May god hold you in the Palm of his hand Irish prayer. Hospital for 24 years As an operating room staff nurse and for of Connell Lawrence Quot Larry Blue Mounds Lawrence Quot Larry of Connell age 63, of Blue Mounds wis., passed away from cancer on wednesday aug. 13, 2003, at Don and Marilyn Anderson hospice care in Madison surrounded by his family. He battled cancer for nine years. He was bom on aug. 9, 1940, in Madison to David and Frances Handel of Connell. He graduated from Black Larth High school in 1958. He owned and operated mount Horeb plumbing for 25 years. He enjoyed staying at his Cabin with his family in Tomahawk. He was an avid packers fan. He was a member of St. Ignatius Catholic Church in mount Horeb. Survivors include his wife Dorothy his children Mike of Connell of mount Horeb Deb Terry Haglund of Black Larth and Scott of Connell Pat Kelli of Connell and his Friend Lisa Ripp Loren eight grandchildren Christo 6her Friend Erika Dahlquist Brittany and Jessie Brandon Ryan and of Connell and Nicholas and Natalie of Connell great granddaughter Hailey Haglund brother Norb Peg of Connell of mount Horeb Sisters Veronica Wayne Weber of Middleton Marge Jerry Reindl of Black Flarnt and Cele David Reindl of Sun Prairie and in Laws no Reen George Lucey of Black Larth Lois of Connell of Black Larth Donna Alard Schultz of Verona Curtis Marge Walstad of Lodi Florence Lenway of Arizona Tom Felaine Walstad of Cross Plains Kenneth mar Gean Walstad of mount Horeb and Many nieces nephews and friends. He was preceded in death by his parents two Brothers Ray on july 8, 1999, and Ignatius in infancy his Mother Frances father in Law Henry Walstad and Brothers and Sisters in Law Ole Walstad Roger Walstad Doris Walstad Ana Charles Mona Walstad. A mass of Christian burial will be held at la . On saturday Pettit Marjorie Nelson Madison Marjorie Nelson Pettit died on monday aug. La 2003. She was born in Pardeeville the daughter of Viola and Carl i. Nelson. Marjorie graduated from the College at Stevens Point and taught High school English for several years. She was employed at the University of Wisconsin Madison department of history As payroll and benefits specialist. Marjorie was married to Donald c. Pettit of Milwaukee in 1950. In Madison Marjorie was Active in state and local groups serving As president of the Wisconsin Fellowship of poets Madison area writers Wisconsin outer and University women service club. She was also Active As a Volunteer with her piano for adult Day care Center groups Church groups and retirement Homes besides helping with visually impaired groups including taping texts for them. Marjorie enjoyed giving a variety of programs Reading her humorous poetry to retirement groups and travelling Exten of Connor Judith Madison Judith of Connor age 68, died on monday aug. La 2003, at her Home. She was born on March 5, 1935, in Iron Mountain mich., to George Allen Goodrich and Jane Henry Goodrich. She attended schools in Michigan Wisconsin and Minnesota graduating in nursing from mainline University in 1956. Judith married David Patrick of Connor a Petroleum Engineer in Glendive Mont., in 1957. From there they lived in Plentywood Mont. Williston. . Billings Mont. Hibbing Duluth and Minneapolis Minn. F a Claire and finally Madison. David preceded her in death in 1974. Judy practice nursing in Many of the places they resided. In Madison she was employed by University Hospital in radiotherapy and finally the . Be to years As operating room nurse manager. She was United in marriage in 1992 to her adored Paul Hansen with whom she shared a love of travel gardening and Bridge. Judith is survived by a son Adam Paul of Connor with grandchildren David and Nicole of Black Larth and a son Michael Patrick of Connor of Middleton step children Tim Jane Hansen of Estes Park colo., sue Hansen Steve of Portland ore., Molly of Connor of bad axe mich., and Amy of Connor of candian Diga . And her Sisters Jeffie Harold Chiwing of Iron Mountain mich., and Ann Michael Pusar of Merritt Island 111. She was preceded in death by her grandparents parents first husband David of Connor and second husband Paul Hansen. Memorial serv ice Viii be Brid it tin Gunderson West funeral Home 7435 University ave. Near Parmenter Street Middleton at i . On Friday aug. 15, 2003, with the Rev. Jeff Vander Heuvel presiding. Friends May Call from noon until the time of services at the funeral Home on Friday. Gunderson West f funeral Home Middleton 608 831-6761 sively including trips to the Galapagos islands and easter Island. She is survived by her son Perry and various cousins including her dear Cousin Rosemary sue Nelson of Wausau. Funeral services will be held Friday aug. 15, 2003, at 11 30 . At Cress funeral Home 3610 Speedway Road with the Rev. Keith Schroer Lucke presiding. Friends May Call on Friday at la . Prior to the service at the funeral Home. In lieu of Flowers memorials May be made to the Charity of your Choice. Cress funeral service 3610 Speedway Road 608 238-3434 Snell Robert Madison so Many time we use and hear analogies comparing life to sports. Words like courage strength and loyalty Are used Many times in born sports and life. But Robert Snell More affectionately known As grandpa Bob Bubba Bobby and Mustang Snelly took these words he heard during his career of football and actually lived them along the Way. Born on March 4, 1949, in Madison As the youngest of seven children Bob spent the first Quarter of his life playing football. Bob played football at Central High school in Madison continued at the University of Wisconsin Madison then played for the Semi professional team the Madison Mustangs and even continued his love by playing on a championship touch football team. It was during this time that Bob developed Strong Bonds with friends Bonds that would continue throughout his lifetime and beyond. During the second Quarter of his life Bob took All the values he had Learned and applied them to his life while raising his sons Jim Chad and Bret and eventually his grandchildren Jessica Parker and tag. His relationship with his children grandchildren mates Brothers and Sisters nieces and nephews friends and coworkers was one of continual love hard work commitment and loyalty. During the third Quarter of Bob s life he took everything he loved and Learned from football and gave it Back to his other love children. Bob always Felt the need to give something Back that was important in his life. Bob took his love for kids football and socializing and put it All together in one program and that was the St. Francis youth football program. Through this program Bod impacted the lives of Many children and Young adults As he coached them not Only about football but about life. Unfortunately bobs fourth Quarter ended Early when he red on tuesday aug. 12, 2003, after battling a Long illness. He will be joining his mom and dad Irene and Maurice. Bob however lived his philosophy of life to the end his strength character courage and loyalty to loved ones kept him in the game and always will. You can join bobs family and friends in celebrating the memory of his life on saturday. Aug. 16, 2003, at Cress funeral Home 3610 Speedway Road in Madison. Visitation will be from to . To noon with a memorial service from noon until i ., and a luncheon will follow. Roeling Rose Mauston Rose Roeling age 80, of Mauston died tuesday aug. 12, 2003, at the Gundersen lutheran Hospital of Lacrosse. Rose was born june 15, 1923, in Mauston the daughter of Peter and Wilhelmena Kastner Rul and. For Many years she worked at the Bank of Mauston and most recently was the head bookkeeper. Rose is survived by a son Patrick sue Roeling of Hammond daughters Penni John Lyon of fond do Lac and Sandi Mike Bauer of Hammond a brother Peter Carol Ruland of Mauston Sisters Marge Dodge and Betty Jim Larson of new Lisbon and Ann Sitas and Teresa Ypelaar of Mauston to grandchildren eight great grandchildren and a great great grandchild. She was preceded in death by her parents husband Jim Roeling a daughter Patricia Neustadter a grandson Mathew Neustadter two Sisters and a brother. A mass of Christian burial will be held saturday aug. 16, 2003, at 10 30 . At St. Patrick a Catholic Church in Mauston with father Dan Kiedinger officiating. Burial will be at the Lyndon station Village cemetery. Visitation will be held at the Conway Picha funeral Home of Lyndon station on Friday aug. 15, 2003, from 4 . To 8 . With the Rosary recited at 7 ., and on saturday at St. Patrick a Catholic Church from 9 30 . Until the time of service at 10 30 . For online condolences and information go to . _ 608 666-3333_ Spangler Avis a. Richland Center Avis a. Spangler age 89, of Richland Center died on tuesday aug. 12, 2003, at Schmitt Woodland Hills. She was born on aug. 23, 1913, in Richland county the daughter of Clarence and Bessie Bender Turner. Avis was United in marriage with Donald Spangler on Jan. I 1936, and he preceded her in death on june 24, 1976. Survivors include her four children Alice Kenneth Ramsden of Richland Center Roger Charlene Spangler of Monroe Wilma Ralph Porter of 29 Palms Calif., and Raymond Spangler of Winter Springs Fla. Seven grandchildren Kendall Carole Ramsden of Richland Center Allison Murray Wetinsky of Rock Springs Connie Richard Reider of Monroe Jane Spangler of Black Larth Rachele Curtis Compton of California Daniel Sharon Porter of California and Ruth Porter of Pasadena Calif. Four great grandchildren Leslie Compton and Caleb Nathan and Bethany Porter two Sisters Darleen Christianson of Viroqua and Peggy Matthes of Viroqua nieces and nephews and other relatives and friends. Avis was further preceded in death by her parents her sister Marie Marshall and grand continued on Page is paddock James Oregon James Paddock age 31, of Oregon died in his sleep on tuesday aug. 12, 2003, at his Home. He was born on july i 1972, in Green Bay. He attended Oregon schools and St. John military Academy in Delafield. James was an avid Hunter Fisherman and snowmobiler and also loved music. James is survived. By his parents Dale and Judy paddock sister Chad Beyler three nieces Kelsey Jordan and Cait Lin All of Oregon maternal grandmother Madeline Apple of Oregon and paternal grandparents Fulgar and Elaine paddock of Augusta. He was preceded in death by his paternal Grandfather James w. Apple. Friends May Call from 5 . To 8 . On Friday aug. 15, 2003, at the Gunderson Oregon funeral Home. 431 Soden drive. Private burial will be held at a later Date. In lieu of Flowers memorials May be made to the muscular dystrophy association. Gunderson Oregon funeral Home 608 835-3515 by ii i vim Iii ii a so. 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