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William R. Bennett

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RACINE - William R. Bennett, 55, passed away in

WFH-All Saints on Sunday, September 19,

He was born in Fort Atkinson on October 31, ,

the son of the late Robert and Margaret (nee:

Hain) Bennett. William had been employed as an

Electrician by Racine Steel Casting for over 25

years. He enjoyed shooting his guns at Shooters

and listening to all kinds of music, especially the

blues and rock. Surviving are his daughters,

Mandy and Kyla Bennett; grandchildren, Jordan,

Makayla, and Amaya Bennett, all ofRacine; sister,

Janice Bennett-Bernard of Tampa, Fla.; brothers, David Bennett and Michael

(Debby) Bennett, all ofRacine; niece and Goddaughter, Alicia Bennett;

nephew, Kyle Bennett; sister-in-law, Michelle Bennett; his close and loving

companion of 23 years, Margaret Zahalka; and his special friend, John Hird, all

ofRacine. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by twin sons;

and two brothers, Lawrence and Richard Bennett. His Funeral Mass will be

celebrated on Thursday, September 23, , at p.m. in St. Richard of

Chichester Catholic Church, Grand Avenue, with Rev. Ronald J. Gramza

officiating. Visitation will be in the church on Thursday from p.m. until the

time of the Mass. Burial will take place on Friday at 11 a.m. in the family plot of

Holy Cross Cemetery on Highway In lieu of flowers, memorials may be

directed to the family for a trust fund for his grandchildren to be established at a

later date. DRAEGER-LANGENDORF FUNERAL HOME AND CREMATORY

County Line Road www.draeger-langendorf.com

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Edward J. Brost

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TOWN OF RAYMOND - Edward J.

Brost, 87, was called home to the Lord

on Monday, September 20, Ed

was the Founder of Allis Industries,

started in on Milwaukee's south

side. Ed was also proud to have

served during World War II in the

United States Navy. Beloved husband

of Beulah 'Bee' (nee: Brunner) Brost.

Dear dad of David (Louise), Rod

(Debby), Mark (Kathy), and Craig

(Nancy) Brost. Loving grandfather of Christine, Richard, Dana, Lindsay, Ryan,

Diana, Brittany, and Zachary; great-grandfa- ther of Samantha, Michael,

Kelsey, Dominique, and Deanna; and great- great-grandfather of Alexander.

Brother of Betty Dohm, Frank (Ruth), Norbert (Rosalie), Delores Shaw, Mary

Ann Gavin, Leon (Yvonne) Brost, and the late Agnes Stephan. Further survived

by many nieces, nephews, other relatives, and friends. Mass of Christian Burial

will be celebrated on Thursday, September 23, , 12 noon at St. Robert

Bellarmine Church, South Colony Drive, in Union Grove. Visitation will be

held on Thursday at the church from 10 a.m. until the time of Mass (noon). If so

desired, memorials to Zilber Family Hospice, Honey Creek Parkway,

Wauwatosa, Wis. , greatly appreciated. HERITAGE FUNERAL HOME

Johnson-Reiss-Klemmer- Scheuerell-Tyborski Guest Book and

Directions: www.heritagefuneral.com

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Alice E. Hamers

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RACINE - Mrs. Alice E. Hamers, 93, died

peacefully at her residence on Monday, September

20, She was born in Wausau on July 6,

, to the late Carl and Nell (nee: Callahan)

Bremer. On October 14, , she married Gilbert

F. Hamers. Together, they moved to Racine in

He preceded her in death on May 22,

Mrs. Hamers worked at American Motors for over

25 years, retiring in Prior to her illness, she

enjoyed participating in the Humble Park and

Atonement Lutheran Church Senior Centers. Mrs.

Hamers also loved the outdoors, especially when she was working in her

garden. She was happiest, however, when in the surroundings of her family.

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Her survivors include her children, Ronald (Edie) Hamers of Lake Tomahawk,

Roger (Margaret) Hamers, and Gail Kobs (formerly of Hawaii), both ofRacine;

her grandchildren, Cindy (Dennis) Thompson, Jean (Dick) Horvath, Karen

(Mike) Bocheck, Jeff (Margie) Hamers, Sheila Alesna, and Lisa Kobs; 13 greatgrandchildren;

four great-great-grandchil- dren; brothers, Robert (Gertrude)

Bremer of Wausau and Raymond (Georgia) Bremer of Fort Bragg, Calif.;

brother-in- law, Pete Hamers of Pittsville; as well as numerous dear nieces and

nephews. In addition to her husband, Mrs. Hamers was also preceded in death

by her daughter, Gloria Jean; and sister, Olive Drumn. Family and friends are

invited to meet at the Draeger-Langendorf Funeral Home on Friday, September

24, , at 11 a.m. for the Celebration of her Life and Funeral service with

Rev. Jeffrey M. Thielen officiating. Her interment will follow at West Lawn

Memorial Park. There will be a visitation in the funeral home on Friday morning

from 10 until 11 a.m. In lieu of flowers, memorials have been suggested to the

Salvation Army. DRAEGER-LANGENDORF FUNERAL HOME AND

CREMATORY County Line Road www.draeger-langendorf.com

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Myron D. Hansen

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OCALA, FLA. - Myron D. Hansen, on Tuesday, September 14,

, on the wings of an angel went to his new life with the Lord.

Born on September 1, , to the late Otto and Gladys Hansen.

United in marriage on December 30, , to Catherine M.

Sikorsky. Served our country in the United States Air Force,

employed by General Motors, an avid golfer, and a passion for teaching for

AARP. In addition to his loving wife, he is survived by his children, Paulette

(James) Runkel, Christine (Lynn) Enslin, Steve (Jennifer) Hansen, and Ellen

Hansen (Gebhardt); grandchildren, Cory Runkel, the Gebhardt children -

Jessie, Katie, Zachary, and Tyler, Sergeant Chad (Jennifer) Enslin, Nicholas

Hansen, and Jacklyn (nee: Hansen) Kramer; and great-grandchild, Tyler Arndt-

Runkel. Also survived by his sister, Sally (Norman) Yeagle; sisters- in-law,

Florence Ebell and Geraldine Hansen; nieces, nephews, friends; and his pet,

Sandi. A Memorial Mass will be held in Racine at a later date. Cremation and a

private service were held in Ocala, Fla. In lieu of flowers, the family is

suggesting contributions to one's charity in our father's name.

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Raymond E. Hills

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TALLASSEE, ALA. - Raymond E. Hills, 77, passed away Friday,

September 17, He was a member of St. Vincent De Paul

Catholic Church in Tallassee, Ala. He also served 20 years in the

United States Air Force and was a Nursing Home Administrator for

numerous years. Survivors include his wife of 58 years, Carol (nee:

Freudenthal) Hills; children, Debra (Macon), Kathleen, Carollyn, Elizabeth, and

Raymond Jr. (Sharon); father, Richard Skoglund; sister-in-law, Lois Schroeder;

and numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren. His mother, Helen

Skoglund, preceded him in death. No service arrangements will be announced.

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Mark E. Koleske

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RACINE - Mark E. Koleske, 78,

passed away Monday, September 20,

, at Wheaton Franciscan - All

Saints Medical Center. Mark was born

in Racine November 16, , son of

the late Francis and Veronica (nee:

Feest) Koleske. Mark was a graduate

of St. Catherine's High School "Class

of " During the Korean War, Mark

proudly served in the United States

Army. On December 1, , he was

united in marriage to Sandra L. Johnson. He was a member of St. Joseph

Catholic Church and the Racine Church Singers. Mark was a devoted

husband, father, and grandfather, who treasured time spent with his family. He

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will be deeply missed. Survivors include his loving wife of 47 years, Sandy; his

children, Tom Koleske, Jim (Jean) Koleske; his two grandchildren, Carter and

Callie; sisters, Hildegard Walsh, Rita Barranco, Elaine Jones; brothers,

Lawrence (LaVerne) Koleske, Louis Koleske, Daniel (Shirley) Koleske; sistersin-law

and brothers-in-law, Josephine Koleske, Joseph Adamek, Judy (Andy)

Madsen, Jane (Chuck) Bragg; nieces, nephews, other relatives, and many dear

friends. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his sisters and

brothers, Marie Koleske, Eleanor (George) Beyer, Joan Adamek, Francis

(Laura) Koleske, Paul Koleske, John (Roberta) Koleske. A Mass of Christian

Burial will be celebrated Friday, September 24, , 11 a.m. at St. Joseph

Catholic Church, Erie Street, with Rev. John D. Aiello officiating.

Entombment with full Military Honors will follow at Holy Cross Garden

Mausoleum, Highway Relatives and friends may meet with the family

Friday at the church from a.m. until time of Mass at 11 a.m. Memorials to

St. Joseph Catholic Church have been suggested. MARESH-MEREDITH AND

ACKLAM FUNERAL HOME Main Street Please send

condolences to: www.meredithfuneralhome.com

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and you will be missed. -Greg and Meara

Harrington" Greg Harrington, WI

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James Lepow

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MILWAUKEE - James Lepow, 84, found peace Sunday, September 19,

James was a member of Sergeant Leslie Knutson VFW Post and Moose Lodge

# Loving husband of Dorothy (nee: Golembiewski). Dear dad of Mike

(Jacqueline) and Kathy (Bill) Berezowitz. Dear brother of June Kasten, Mickey

(Jack) Gursky, Patsy (Joe) Schumacher, and George (Marion) Lepow. Dear

grandfather of Megan and Andrew. Also survived by nieces, nephews, other

relatives, and friends. He will be sadly missed by Shadow, Opal, and Django.

Visitation Wednesday, September 22, , at Our Lady Queen of Peace,

South 29th Street, Milwaukee, from until p.m. with Mass of

Christian Burial at 6 p.m. Private committal at Mount Olivet. In lieu of flowers,

memorials or masses appreciated. CHURCH AND CHAPEL RYCZEK-

LARSEN BROTHERS Obit - Condolences - Directions:

www.churchandchapel.com

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Lotte Lopez

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RACINE - Lotte (nee: Hofmeier) Lopez passed

over to eternal everlasting peace at Lakeshore

Manor Saturday, September 18, , with family

at her side. Lotte was born September 6, , in

Nuremberg, Germany, the only child of Johann

and Barbara (nee: Volkl) Hofmeier. She spent her

childhood and early adult life in Nuremberrg,

Germany, where she received her education and

survived the horrors of World War II. Following

marriage to an American soldier during the

American occupation of Bavaria in , she

immigrated to the United States, became a United States citizen, settled in

Racine, and became the proud mother of two children. Lotte took her role

seriously as homemaker and mother and was always there for her children and

grandchildren. She was a hard worker, employed as a Seamstress, until

retiring at the age of Besides homemaking, Lotte had enjoyed gardening,

trips to her beloved Germany, cooking Sunday dinners for the family, and

playful conversation with the family dog. However, let's not forget that in recent

years, her most favorite pastime was watching shows about dogs on Animal

Planet. Lotte is survived by her two children, Charlotte (nee: Lopez) Holguin of

Racine and E. John Lopez of Greeneville, Tenn.; two grandchildren, Stephanie

Holguin ofRacine and Clarissa (Everitt) Siebern of Tucson, Ariz.; one muchloved

great-grand- child, Jacob Sayre also of Tucson, Ariz.; and special pet

dog, Isis. Lotte was preceded in death by her parents, numerous relatives and

friends in Germany, and friends in Racine. There will be no visitation or

services. Lotte will eventually return to her beloved Germany, which she always

missed. Lotte's daughter would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to all the

staff at Lakeshore Manor for their compassionate care during the last two years

of Lotte's life. MARESH-MEREDITH AND ACKLAM FUNERAL HOME

Main Street Please send condolences to:

www.meredithfuneralhome.com

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George Rapaelian

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RACINE - George Rapaelian, 85,

passed away at his home at Harmony

Assisted Living ofRacine on Monday,

September 20, He was born in

Racine on August 20, , to the late

Dadour and Elizabeth (nee:

Magerikian) Rapaelian. He was a

lifelong resident ofRacine, graduating

from Washington Park High School in

A proud veteran, George served

in the United States Navy during World

War II with the Pacific Fleet on the Seaplane Tender USS Currituck AV-7 from

until He was united in marriage to Jane (nee: Paque) Rapaelian on

March 1, , and they celebrated their 50th Wedding Anniversary in

before her passing in George worked over 40 years at Modine

Manufacturing Company, where he was a member, Officer, and Chief

Negotiator for UAW Local George retired in August of In his younger

years, George enjoyed bowling, traveling with his wife, and taking long drives.

He especially loved time with his extended family. He was a member of Friends

of Seniors, the Modine Year Club, and a volunteer at Villa St. Anna Assisted

Living. He was a lifelong sports fan, Packer Backer, and Cubs fan. George is

survived by his daughters, Janet (Todd) Acklam of Grass Valley, Calif. and

Suzanne (Larry) Larson ofRacine; step- granddaughter, Anne (Dan) From of

St. Louis Park, Minn.; and granddog, Abby. Also surviving are sisters and

brothers, Margaret Aizenstat of Granada Hills, Calif., Abe (Claudia) Rapaelian

of Sun Lakes, Ariz., and Ted (Phyllis) Rapaelian of Sun Lakes, Ariz.; and

sisters- in-law and brothers-in- law, Georgia Rapaelian ofRacine, Helen

Rapaelian ofRacine, Doris Bergfors of Marinette, Clarice Bronold of Kenmore,

N.Y., Henrietta (Cory) Janzen of Round Lake, Ill., Mary Ann (Jerry) Milam of

Pekin, Ill., Judy (Mike) Kramer of Wausau, Rosemary Paque of Milwaukee, and

Henry (Joan) Paque of Milwaukee; and many special nieces, nephews, greatnieces,

and great- nephews. In addition to his parents and wife, his brother,

John Rapaelian; sister, Martha (Mike) Kaprelian; brothers-in- law, Ralph

(Barbara) Paque, Arnold (Birdie) Paque, Francis Paque, Chuck Bronold,

William Aizenstat, Doug Zyskowski, and Don Bergfors; and sister-in- law, Joan

Rapaelian also preceded him in death. In accordance with George's wishes,

there will be no service. There will be a visitation at the Draeger-Langendorf

Funeral Home on Friday, September 24, , from 5 until 7 p.m. His burial

with Military Honors will take place at Graceland Cemetery on Saturday,

September 25, , at 10 a.m. All are welcome to meet at the gate of the

cemetery. In lieu of flowers, the family has suggested memorials to Stars and

Stripes Honor Flight Program, P.O. Box , Port Washington, Wis. ; or

charity of donor's choice. The family would like to thank George's caring

neighbors, the staff and residents at Harmony ofRacine Assisted Living,

Hospice Alliance Incorporated, and Dr. Daniel Ross, as well as Ken (Big Al) at

Plaza Barbers and Debbie and Angie at Culvers on 21st Street. DRAEGER-

LANGENDORF FUNERAL HOME AND CREMATORY County Line Road

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Luis Antonio Rivera

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RACINE - Luis Antonio Rivera, 62, passed away

on Monday, September 20, He was born in

Puerto Rico on April 22, , the son of Manuel

and Ceferina (nee: Colon) Rivera. Surviving are his

children, Natalie Vela, Julie Swearingin, Luis

Rivera Jr., Luis Rivera III, Nena Lopez, Daniel

Rivera, and Angel Rivera; brothers and sisters,

Manuel (Mildred) Rivera, Hector (Janet) Rivera,

Beatriz (O. Bruce) Adams, Candida (Arquelio)

Talavera, Maritia (Juan) Martinez, and Sandra

(Victor) Zertuche; and companion of 13 years,

Judy Castanon. Luis is further survived by many loved ones including

grandchildren, great- grandchildren, nephews, nieces, other relatives, and

friends. Funeral services for Luis will be held at Sturino Funeral Home on

Friday, September 24, , at 10 a.m. He will be laid to rest at West Lawn

Memorial Park. Family and friends will be received at Sturino Funeral Home on

Thursday, September 23, , from 4 until 5 p.m. with special services

beginning at 5 p.m. Donations to the family would be appreciated. STURINO

FUNERAL HOME Northwestern Avenue

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Thomas J. Robinson Jr.

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. RACINE - Thomas J. Robinson Jr., 54,

affectionately known as 'Tommy' and 'Tome',

passed away unexpectedly on Friday, September

17, A lifetime resident, Thomas was born in

Racine on December 26, , to the late Thomas

J. and Verneda J. (nee: Westmoreland) Robinson

Sr. On June 28, , he was united in marriage

with the love of his life, Terri (nee: Kangas)

Robinson. He graduated from Washington Park

High School in For the past 22 years,

Tommy had been employed by Great Northern

Incorporated. Among his interests, Tommy was an extreme sports fanatic -

especially for the Chicago Cubs and Green Bay Packers; enjoyed all types of

music - with his favorite band being "Tower of Power;" playing drums in local

bands; studying the Bible; and attending all of his children's events and

activities. Tommy was an active Football Coach being a two-time RYS Super

Bowl Champion. Above all, Tommy was a true family man, who loved and

cherished being in the surroundings of his entire family and extensive circle of

friends. Surviving are his loving wife of 24 years, Terri ofRacine; daughter,

Chacon (nee: Carter) (Brett) Jefferson of Columbus, Ohio; sons, Tommy

(Amanda) Robinson III of Kenosha and Isaiah Robinson ofRacine;

grandchildren, Mikal Robinson, Jazmyn 'Lil Bit' Robinson and Jordan

Andersen; sister, Anita Robinson; brother, Marcus (Linda) Robinson; father-inlaw

and mother-in-law, Donald and Aileen Kangas; nieces, nephews, other

relatives, and friends. Tommy was preceded in death by his father, Thomas

Robinson Sr.; mother, Verneda Hausmann; step-father, Eugene Hausmann;

sister, Leda Robinson; grandparents, Frances and Joseph Westmoreland and

Icy Wright; and by aunts and uncles. Funeral services will be held in the

Draeger- Langendorf Funeral Home on Thursday, September 23, , at 1

p.m. with Pastor Jennifer Arnold officiating. Interment will follow in Graceland

Cemetery. Visitation will be in the funeral home on Thursday from 11 a.m. until

1 p.m. In lieu of flowers, memorials to the Racine Hitters Baseball Academy

have been suggested. DRAEGER-LANGENDORF FUNERAL HOME AND

CREMATORY County Line Road www.draeger-langendorf.com

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Ruby Pearl Shidell

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RACINE - Ruby Pearl (nee: Schultz) Shidell, 87,

was surrounded by her family as she passed away

peacefully on Monday, September 20, , at

Lincoln Village Convalescent Center going home

to be with her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. She

was born in Wausau on December 14, , to the

late Henry and Bertha (nee: Behnke) Schultz. She

lived in Racine for 51 years since She

graduated from Wausau High School Classof

In Wausau, she worked as a Telephone

Operator. She was a Receptionist for many

companies and then she was a Senior In-Home Healthcare Giver, retiring at

the age of 80 years. She was a very active member of First Evangelical Free

Church since She was involved in many activities with the church,

Sunday School Teacher, choir, and the Senior Club "One Day Closer." Ruby

was a volunteer with White Cross Missionary Work. She touched many lives, a

very giving person with a heart of gold. She was a very special friend to all. She

was a hometown Packer, Brewer, and Badger fan. She was very good at

whistling songs, along with enjoying her crafts such as sewing, knitting, and

crocheting. Ruby was the glue that kept the family together. She was our family

precious gem, Ruby Pearl. Ruby is the loving mother of two children, Larry

(Mai) Shidell of Copperas Cove, Texas and Vivian Webster ofRacine; the

loving grandmother of 10, Dawn (Doug) Vorwald, Debbie (Brian) Kowalski,

Dale (Robin) Webster, Dion Webster, Denim Webster, Ann Gibbs, Bini (Mike)

Sanders, Missy Shidell, Brenda (Rian) Harden, and James Shidell; the loving

great- grandmother of 20, Jeremy, Jesse, Shawna, Stephanie, Brandon, Dayl

Leigh, Taylor, Dylan, Thad, Jennifer, Jessica, Jason, Sierra, Skylar, Shayna,

Monique, Cedric, Riley, Braedon, and Rudy; and the loving great- greatgrandmother

of four. She is also survived by one brother, Wilbur 'Nookie' (Etta)

Schultz; three sisters-in-law, Margaret Shidell, Barbara Priebe, and Ruthie

Shidell; nieces, nephews, other relatives, and many special friends too

numerous to mention. She was preceded in death by two sisters; seven

brothers; and her former husband, Alfred Shidell. Funeral services will be held

at the Wilson Funeral Home, Lathrop Avenue, on Friday, September 24,

, at 6 p.m. with Rev. John Bodnar officiating. Friends may meet with the

family at the funeral home on Friday from 4 until 6 p.m. The family would like to

extend a special thank you to the entire staff and caregivers at Lincoln

Lutheran Convalescent Center for their special kindness and loving care given

to Ruby. WILSON FUNERAL HOME Lathrop Avenue

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19, , at Ridgewood Care Center. Funeral services will be held on Friday,

September 24, , at 11 a.m. at Our Family Funeral and Cremation

Services, Douglas Avenue, Racine, with Pastor Fred L. Richmond Sr.

officiating. Interment will follow at Graceland Cemetery in Racine. Visitation will

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. RACINE - Feliciano T. Ynocencio Jr., 63, passed

away at WFH All Saints Hospital on Sunday,

September 19, He was born in Cotulla,

Texas on December 23, , son of Feliciano

and Seledonia (nee: Cruz) Ynocencio. He was a

Racine resident all his life and attended Holy

Name School and Park High School. Feliciano

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before leaving to operate his own businesses,

Ynocencio Trucking and the 4-G's Bar. While

Feliciano enjoyed all that life had to offer, he was

happiest when he was with his family. He loved to cook out for family

gatherings, play golf and pool, and watch football. He was also a Golden

Gloves Champion. He is survived his daughters, "The 4-G's," Gabriella

(Kulvinder) Jutley ofRacine, Genessa Ynocencio, Gloria Ynocencio, and

Galaxy Ynocencio, all of Waukesha; 14 grandchildren; his mother, Seldonia

Ynocencio; brothers, Ignacio (Alma) Ynocencio, George Ynocencio, and David

Ynocencio; and sisters, Mary Jane Servantez, Yolanda Ynocencio, Seledonia

(Thomas) Hebling, Diana (Philip) Hebling, Alma Ynocencio, Catherine

Ynocencio, and Athena Hetchler, all ofRacine. He is further survived by his

dear friend and companion, Doris Heikila; and well as many other relatives and

friends. He was preceded in death by his father; his son, Daniel Martinez; and

brothers, Sostenes Ynocencio, Eugene Ynocencio, and Ishmael Ynocencio.

Family and friends may meet at St. Richard of Chichester Catholic Church at

10 a.m. on Friday, September 24, , for the Funeral Mass beginning at 11

a.m. with Rev. Ron Gramza officiating. Interment will follow at Holy Cross

Cemetery in Caledonia. Visitation will be in the funeral home on Thursday

evening from 5 until p.m. We, the family of Feliciano Ynocencio, offer our

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RACINE - Faye L. Collier (nee: Woods), 58, passed

away at WFH- All Saints on Monday, August 6, 2012.

Family and friends are invited to meet at All Nations

Pentecostal Prayer House (1502 W. 6th St.) on Friday,

August 10, 2012 at 11:00 a.m. for the celebration of

Faye's life and Homegoing. Interment will follow at

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TOWN OF RAYMOND - Elna C. (nee Nelson) Hansen,

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William E. Harris

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RACINE - William E. Harris, 81, passed away

Monday, August 6, 2012, at his residence. He

was born in Long Island, NY, October 26,

1930 son of the late William and Alfreda (Nee:

Haas) Harris. William attended Cornell

University and then served in the U.S. Army

during the Korean War. On August 26, 1961

he was united in marriage to Josephine A.

Pisciotta. Together they raised a family settling

in Lake Forest, IL where they resided for 30 years retiring to Racine. Surviving

are his wife, Joy; three children, Anne (Stephen) Blyth of Glen Ellyn, IL, James

(Magda) Harris of St. Charles, IL, Michael (Lori) Harris of Petersburg, NY; four

grandchildren, William and Kathleen Blyth, Bagner and Daniel Harris; a sister,

Kathleen Egly of Gloversville, NY; brother- in-law, sisters-in-law, nieces,

nephew, other relatives and friends. A Mass of Christian Burial will be

celebrated at St. Patrick's Catholic Church, 1100 Erie St, Friday, August 10,

2012, 11 a.m., with Reverend Antony Thomas officiating. Interment will follow at

Calvary Cemetery. Relatives and friends may meet with the family Thursday at

the funeral home 4-7 p.m. and on Friday at the church 10:30 a.m. until time of

Mass. Memorials to the St. Patrick's Church Meal Program have been

suggested. A very special thank you to Allay Home Hospice and Bright Star

Home Health for their loving and compassionate care. Maresh-Meredith and

Acklam Funeral Home 803 Main St RACINE, WI (262) 634-7888 Please send

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RACINE - Faith Fay Harrison, 19, sadly left this earth

on Thursday August 2, 2012. Funeral services will be

held at Greater Grace Temple 522 N. Memorial Dr.,

Saturday August 11, 2012, 11 a.m., with Pastor Jettie

L. Cornett officiating. Relatives and friends may meet

with the family at the church Saturday from 10 a.m.

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Henry Ralph "Harry" Hermans

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Henry “Harry” Ralph Hermans Kenosha- On July 31, 2012, Henry R. Hermans

left his earthly body to spend eternity with his heavenly Father. As he entered

the gates of heaven we can almost hear his voice shouting Hallelujah, one of

his favorite and frequent praises. Harry was born June 22, 1917 in Rock Island,

Ill. to John Cornelius and Julia (Veermeer) Hermans. At about the age of three

Harry moved with his family to Antwerp, Belgium, returning to the US six years

later to settle in Racine. Harry had attended school in Belgium and returned to

the US speaking Flemish as well as English, earning him the nickname, Dutch.

In May of 1938 Harry married Esther Lillian Nelson and they had three children.

Harry worked as a precision grinder for Tree Tool and Die Company for many

years. After his retirement Harry enjoyed fishing, watching sports, taking rides

along the lakefront and spending time with his family. In 2007, Harry moved to

Woodstock Nursing Home in Kenosha. He could often be heard in the halls

there playing his harmonica. Everyone there knew Harry. Harry was a long time

member of Calvary Memorial Church. His many years of service there include

serving as a Deacon, teaching adult Sunday School, providing janitorial

services and driving the Sunday School bus. Harry had a special passion for

missions, from working to the Racine Rescue Mission to keeping in close

communication with missionaries and helping meet their needs He always had

a missionary “bucket” where he put all of his change for the missionaries. Harry

is survived by his children and their spouses; Natalie and Al Atkins, and John

and Gloria Hermans; his grandchildren, Lisa Barton, Alan (Lisa) Atkins, Amy

(Chuck) Vokal, and Andrew (Elisha) Hermans, his great-grandchildren, Julia

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and Maya Barton and Hope Atkins. Harry was preceded in death by Esther, his

wife of 66 years and his daughter, Marianne Lee Frederiksen. Funeral services

will be held at Calvary Memorial Church (4001 Washington Ave.) on Saturday,

August 11, 2012 at 10:30am. Visitation will be at the church on Saturday from

9:30am until the time of service. Burial will be at West Lawn Memorial Park. In

honor of Harry, casual dress is appreciated. In lieu of flowers, memorials to

support missionaries have been suggested. Wilson Funeral Home 1212

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KENOSHA - Eugene R. Parks, 74, died

Monday, August 6, 2012 at his home,

surrounded by his family. He was born on

October 25, 1937, in Shell Lake, WI. The son

of the late Richard and Mildred (Brown) Parks,

he was educated in the schools of Shell Lake.

He married Florine DeMoe on May 5, 1979.

He worked for Chrysler for over 30 years. He

served in the U.S. Army. His hobbies were

hunting, camping, and snowmobiling, and riding his motorcycle. He is survived

by his four stepchildren, Brenda L. (James) Raab, Douglas F. DeMoe, Tracee

G. DeHart, and Joseph P. DeMoe, beloved grandsons Joseph and Jeremey

DeMoe, and Danny Hamilton; one brother, Marvin (Red)Parks; a sister, Sandra

Schneider; five grandchildren; and three great grandchildren. He was preceded

in death by his parents, and a sister Joyce Parks, and a brother Robert Parks.

A greeting time will be held on Thursday August 9, 2012 from 10 a.m. till 1 p.m.

with a memorial service to follow at 1 p.m. In lieu of flowers memorials for

Hospice Alliance would be appreciated by the family. KENOSHA FUNERAL

SERVICES 8226 Sheridan Road Kenosha 262-652-1943 Online condolences

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Pearl Acker Pfeffer

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CALEDONIA - Pearl Acker Pfeffer, 87, passed away peacefully on August 4,

2012. She grew up in Hales Corners, married Gene, and then lived in

Caledonia. She loved golf, bowling, and playing cards with friends and family;

as well as cooking up fantastic food and desserts. She is survived by her sons,

Craig and Cary; one grandson; and three granddaughters; along with many

nieces, nephews and friends. She was preceded in death by husband Gene

Pfeffer. In lieu of flowers, Memorials should be sent to St. Louis Catholic

Church, Caledonia WI, or Marquette High School, Milwaukee, WI. A Memorial

Mass will be held at St. Louis Catholic Church, 13207 County Road G,

Caledonia, WI at 10 a.m. on Saturday August 25.

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Richard Quella Sr.

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. KAUKAUNA, WI - Richard (Dick) Quella, age 82,

passed away unexpectedly with his family by his side

on Wednesday, August 1, 2012. He was born on July

29, 1930 in Racine, WI. He served his country in 1944-

1945. Richard was united in marriage to Carol

(Fechner) on October 4, 1952. He is survived by Carol,

his wife of 59 years; five children; Lynn (Bill) Mulder of

Franksville, WI; Rick (Julie) Quella of Appleton¸ WI;

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Jan (Paul) Werner of Hastings, FL; Sam (Kay) Quella of Kaukauna, WI and CJ

(Matthew) Breska of Kaukauna, WI; 11 grandchildren: Bill Mulder, Bambi (Matt)

McClone, Alan (Rachel) Mulder, Kelli Yaeger, Jennie Quella, Adam (Melanie)

Quella, Jason Quella, Nick Quella, Jeri Werner, Lacey Quella and Layne

Breska; 9 great grandchildren: Devin Yaeger, Rhiannon Mulder, Alex Mulder,

Logan Carriveau, Abel Mulder, Willy Mulder, Axel Mulder, Shane St. Pierre and

Madeline (daughter of Jason); he is also survived by two sisters: Lucile Jensen

of Terre Haute, Indiana and Violet Quella ofRacine, WI and sister-in-law Sandy

Quella ofRacine, WI, nieces, nephews and other relatives. He is preceded in

death by his parents Cyril, Sr. and Isabella and brothers Cyril, Jr. and Charles.

A private farewell has been held by the family. Memorials have been suggested

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Carlos M. Samudio

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CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS - Carlos M.

Samudio, 77 passed away Saturday, August

4, 2012. He was born May, 17, 1935 to

Andres and Cresencia Samudio in Bryan,

Texas. He was raised in Weslaco, Texas.

Carlos enlisted in the U.S. Army and served

from January 1958 through January 1964 as a

SP4 E-4 (T). He married his wife of 35 years

on July 27, 1977. He was employed by the

State of Wisconsin in various positions as a Job Counselor, Parole Officer and

at the State School in Union Grove. Carlos was a loving husband, father,

grandfather, brother and uncle. His passions were golf, gardening, nature,

music, traveling, politics, and spending time with family and friends. He was

fulfilled by helping others in any way he could by mentoring and reaching out

with offerings and donations. He will always be remembered for his quiet

nature, sense of adventure and devotion and inspiration to his family. He

explored many mountains, waterfalls, golf courses, nature and scenic wonders.

He will never be forgotten.. Survivors include his wife, Maria Dolores

(Villalobos) Samudio of Corpus Christi, Tx.; his children, John Samudio of

Sacramento, CA., Kristina Denison of Ventura, CA., Richard Samudio (Marion),

Angelica Clark of Corpus Christi, TX., Rosita Cerda of Corpus Christi, Tx.; nine

grandchildren; two sisters, Hilaria Juarez of Chicago, Il., Amelia Martinez of

Puerto Rico; two brothers; Alcario Samudio (Maria) of Weslaco, Tx., and Jose

Samudio (Hilda) of Devine, Tx. Carlos is preceded in death by his father,

mother, daughter Victoria Cerda, and grandson Juan Barrientos, II. A memorial

service will be held at 6 p.m. Thursday, August 9, 2012 at Corpus Christi

Funeral Home. Interment will be held at 1 p.m. Friday, August 10, 2012 at the

Coastal Bend State Veterans Cemetery. Corpus Christi Funeral Home Logo

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William Saunders

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RACINE - With family by his side, William A.

Saunders, age 85, passed away at his

residence, Monday August 6, 2012. William

was born in Minneapolis, MN, on July 14,

1927, son of the late Guy and Frances (nee:

Haubrich) Saunders. He graduated from the

University of Minnesota, with a degree in

Engineering. On November 27, 1954, at St.

Mary’s Catholic Church in Guttenberg, Iowa,

Bill was united in marriage to Joan A. Elsinger, and since shared nearly fifty

eight beautiful years together. Bill was employed as a mechanical engineer with

Ecko-ALCOA for a number of years and lastly with Western Publishing until his

retirement in 1990. He kept busy as a member of St. Joseph Catholic Church,

Serra Club, Racine Curling Club, and Racine Boat Builders Club. Very active

with construction, Bill volunteered with Habitat for Humanity and was

instrumental in the construction of the Kid’s Cove Playground on North Beach.

He was an instructor for 55 Alive and was an avid genealogist, model builder

and had a great love of traveling. He will be best remembered as a loving and

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devoted husband, father and grandfather and will be dearly missed. Survivors

include his wife, Joan; children, Judy (Sam) Pobst of Grand Rapids, MI, David

(Cheryl) Saunders of Dallas Center, IA, Karen (Robert) McMaster of Pitman,

NJ; eight grandchildren, Jacob, Rebecca and Rachael Pobst, Erin (fiancé,

David Scott), Allison and Lisa(fiancé, John Henderson) Saunders, Alex and

Kate McMaster; brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, nieces, nephews, other relatives

and dear friends. He was preceded in death by his brother, James and

additional half sisters and a half brother. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held

at St. Joseph Catholic Church, 1533 Erie St, Saturday August 11, 2012, 11:00

A.M., with Rev. Steve Varghese officiating. Interment will be held at St. Mary’s

Cemetery, Guttenberg, IA. Relatives and friends may meet with the family at

the church Saturday from 9:30 a.m. until time of Mass at 11:00 a.m. Memorials

to St. Joseph Catholic Church or to Habitat for Humanity have been suggested.

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Einer G. Svendsen

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RACINE - Einer G. Svendsen, 86, passed away at

Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare on Saturday, August

4, 2012. Einer was born in Superior, Nebraska on June

4, 1926 to Marius and Marie (nee: Gregersen)

Svendsen. He married Marion J. Walker in Racine in

1974. Einer was employed as a machine operator at

Twin Disc for 32 years until his retirement in 1988. He

was a member of Lutheran Chapel of the Cross and

the 20 year club at Twin Disc. Einer enjoyed

woodworking, traveling, crossword puzzles and reading. He was a volunteer at

Lutheran High Thrift Shop. Einer is lovingly survived by his wife, Marion J.

Svendsen; four sons and a daughters-in-law, Charles (Ellen) Svendsen of

Racine, Tom (Renee) Svendsen of Milwaukee, Paul (Gay) Walker of Galax, VA

and Jim (Karen) Walker of Gainesville, GA; two daughters and sons in law,

Ruth (Jeff) Svedsen- Martinkoski of Greendale and Linda (Jim) Kramer of

Racine; grandchildren, David, Damione, Brian, Angela, Angelique, Joshua,

Sarah, Eric, Amanda, Steven and Stephanie; 10 great grandchildren; brothers

and sisters-in-law, Ruben Svendsen, Raymond (Marge) Svendsen, Alvin

Svendsen and Vern (Willine) Svendsen all ofRacine and sister in law, Florence

Svendsen. He is also survived by nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

Einer was preceded in death by his parents; brother, Marius; sisters and

brothers- in-law, Anina (Lawrence) Jacobsen and Edith (Harold) Juul and

mother in law, Edith Scheller and sisters-in-law, Evelyn and Janet Svendsen. A

memorial service for Einer will be held at Lutheran Chapel of the Cross, 1426

North Fancher Road on Saturday, August 11, 2012 at 11 a.m. Relatives and

friends may meet with the family at the church on Saturday from 10 a.m. until

the time of services. In lieu of flowers memorials to the church have been

suggested. The family would like to thank the Emergency Room Staff and

Intensive Care Unit Staff for their excellent care. Purath-Strand Funeral Home

& Crematory 3915 Douglas Avenue Racine, WI 53402-3230 www.purathstrand.com

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<strong>Racine</strong> <strong>Journal</strong> <strong>Times</strong> <strong>Obituaries</strong> <strong>Today</strong>: <strong>All</strong> <strong>of</strong> <strong>Racine</strong> <strong>Journal</strong> <strong>Times</strong>'s <strong>Obituaries</strong> from T... http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/journaltimes/obituary-browse.aspxpage=1&recentdate=... <strong>Page</strong> 1 <strong>of</strong> 6 8/8/2012 Mobile e-Edition Subscribe Advertise Contact Join the conversation Log In Register Subscribe Advanced Search | Privacy | About Our Ads News Web Search powered by YAHOO! SEARCH News Sports Opinion Obits Life Entertainment Calendar Announcements Get It! Homes Cars Jobs Classifieds Resources View Sympathy Flowers Premium Public Records Single & 50+ Find Love Find Death Certificates <strong>Today</strong>'s <strong>Obituaries</strong> and Guest Books You searched the <strong>Racine</strong> <strong>Journal</strong> <strong>Times</strong> for 8/8/2012 Faye Linda Collier Visit Guest Book <strong>Page</strong> 1 <strong>of</strong> 1 (11 total results) RACINE - Faye L. Collier (nee: Woods), 58, passed away at WFH- <strong>All</strong> Saints on Monday, August 6, 2012. Family and friends are invited to meet at <strong>All</strong> Nations Pentecostal Prayer House (1502 W. 6th St.) on Friday, August 10, 2012 at 11:00 a.m. for the celebration <strong>of</strong> Faye's life and Homegoing. Interment will follow at Graceland Cemetery. There will be a visitation in the church on Friday from 10-11 a.m. Please see Thursday's paper for a complete obituary. You may also check the funeral home's website for more information. Draeger- Langendorf Funeral Home 4600 County Line Road <strong>Racine</strong>, Wisconsin 53403 Phone: 262-552-9000 www.draeger-langendorf.com Results per page 25 Send Flowers Now Remember Obituary Remember on Facebook Share with Others Ways to help Funeral Home Details Donate to Charity Search <strong>Obituaries</strong> & Guest Books You are searching First Name Last Name Keyword Past 30 days More Options Powered by Legacy.com - ADVERTISEMENT - Published in <strong>Racine</strong> <strong>Journal</strong> <strong>Times</strong> on August 8, 2012 GUEST BOOKView full Guest Book (1 entry) "REST IN PEACE COUSIN,MAY GOD WRAP YOU IN HIS ARMS!!" Marilynn Woods-Petty, WI Begin your Guest Book entry here. add entry Elna C. Hansen Cindi Pommerening, WI Visit Guest Book TOWN OF RAYMOND - Elna C. (nee Nelson) Hansen, 94, passed away Tuesday August 7, 2012. Elna was a proud member <strong>of</strong> the Raymond Community Church and the 'Busy Bees'. Beloved wife <strong>of</strong> John R for 73 years. Dear mother <strong>of</strong> June (Vern) Baumgart, the late John "Jack", Richard (Paulette), Linda (Keith) Messerschmidt and Charles Hansen. Loving grandmother <strong>of</strong> Kris (Fritz) Grutzner, Luann Fliess, Karla Guinn, Karen (Bob) Benson, Amy (Tom) Mlot, Tom (Katie) Hansen, Stuart Bernett Jr., Ryan Olsen, Michael Olsen, David (Darcy) Hansen and Nicole (Dennis) Langenfeld. Great-grandmother <strong>of</strong> 18. Sister <strong>of</strong> Esther (Ron) Swan, Preceded in death by 3 sisters and 3 brothers. Also survived by nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Visitation will be held Thursday August 9, 2012 at the RAYMOND COMMUNITY CHURCH UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST (8217 W. Cty Trk G) from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. with a funeral service to follow at 1 p.m. The Reverend Manda Stack will be <strong>of</strong>ficiating. Interment Oak Grove Cemetery. In lieu <strong>of</strong> flowers, memorials to the Raymond Community Church greatly appreciated. The family wishes to thank the loving staff <strong>of</strong> Oak Ridge Care Center in Union Grove. HERITAGE FUNERAL HOMES Johnson-Reiss-Klemmer- Scheuerell-Tyborski 414-761- 2750 Guest Book & Directions Published in <strong>Racine</strong> <strong>Journal</strong> <strong>Times</strong> on August 8, 2012 GUEST BOOKView full Guest Book (1 entry) Begin your Guest Book entry here. Send Flowers Now Remember Obituary Remember on Facebook Share with Others Ways to help Funeral Home Details Donate to Charity add entry APR:3.566% Fees:$2,150 APR:2.894% Fees:$0 APR:3.075% Fees:$855 See all rates 15 year fixed mortgage rates in Orlando, FL Wed Aug 08 3.375% Rate Est payment $1,169 Wed Aug 08 2.750% Rate Est payment $1,120 Wed Aug 08 3.000% Rate Est payment $1,139 Criteria used See details See details See details

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William David “Dave” Beardmore, 90, of Loris, SC, passed away on Sunday morning, October 10, , in North Myrtle Beach, SC. He was born on April 26, , in Marietta, OH, a son of the late Delbert W. Beardmore, Sr., and Edna Mae Covey Beardmore. He is survived by his wife, Dorothy

Patricia Sue Sprague Drake passed away Friday afternoon, Oct. 8, , at Camden Clark Medical Center. In accordance with her wishes, cremation has been observed and a celebration of her life has been scheduled at the North Hills Baptist Church, Stonecrest Drive, Marietta, OH, Saturday,

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Bonnie Sue Nau, 73, of Marietta, OH, passed away on Friday, October 15, , at Marietta Memorial Hospital surrounded by her loving family. She was born on March 7, , in Marietta, OH, to the late Dwight and Bessie Ogle Griffin. Bonnie was a member of the Basilica of Saint Mary of the

Frank Schneider, 83, of Marietta, passed away Thursday, October 14, , at Marietta Memorial Hospital. Frank was born August 27, , in Vienna, West Virginia, to Andy and Barbara Schneider. He was a veteran of the United States Marine Corps and was stationed in Germany. Frank worked

James E. “Jimmy” Shaw, 72, of Byesville, Ohio, died Thursday, Oct. 14, , at SE Ohio Regional Medical Center in Cambridge. Visitation, 1 - 3 pm. Saturday, Oct. 23, , at McVay-Perkins Funeral Home in Caldwell, where a Celebration of Life Service will follow at 3 p.m.

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Anthony F. Griger was killed in the gas station shooting. Police said he was randomly targeted as he was filling up his vehicle with gas at the Pilot Travel Center in rural Racine County, about 22 miles south of Milwaukee. 

According to the Racine County Sheriff’s Department, the shooter was year-old John R. McCarthy of Hartland. McCarthy shot and killed Griger at around a.m., then tried to steal his vehicle.

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