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m. Wednesday nights at Huehns Funeral room and at the church Thursday from 9:30 a.m. till the time of services at a.m. A parish aftermath shall be prayed at 6:45 p.m. Wednesday at Huehns Funeral Home. In lieu of blooms, memorial funds being created in storage of Jim at SS Peter and Paul Catholic Church and Sunshine House in Sturgeon Bay.

Bonnie Lou Luedtke

Bonnie Lou Luedtke, 84, of Kewaunee, died Thursday, while residing at utopia Estates in Kewaunee along with her household at the lady side.

She was given birth to September 14, 1937, in Casco the daughter associated with the later part of the Walter and Leah (Jackobsky) Ullman. Bonnie graduated from Casco senior school in 1955. On September 28, 1955, she partnered Leonard regal Luedtke in Casco. The guy preceded her in demise . Together they dairy farmed with Leonard’s moms and dads, regal and Marie Luedtke. She worked at Algoma Hospital in prior many years. Bonnie later on struggled to obtain Swoboda time clock organization and got known for their clock restoration know-how, travel through the entire place diagnosis and restoring committed parts.

Family was actually crucial to their, particularly becoming outside and hiking with friends and family. Bonnie looked forward to visiting Branson with Leonard as well as their vacations out east, west and down south. She was noted for enjoying a cool people with family.

Surviving household consists of this lady four kiddies and their individuals, Cindy (Robert) Tenor of Sturgeon Bay, Patty (Peter) Dufek of Algoma, Tim (Connie) Luedtke of Kewaunee, Billy (Sondra) Luedtke of Kewaunee; 10 grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; two brothers, Gale (Rita) Ullman of Casco, Randy Ullman of Casco; three siblings, Vi Smithwick of DePere, Carol (Aaron) Naze of Green Bay, Darlene Stoller of Algoma; brother-in-law, Emil Ripley of Pulaski; the Luedtke in-laws, Germain Chase of Norman, Gary (Carol) Luedtke of Algoma, Larry (Ann) Luedtke of West Virginia, and Darlene (Bob) Charles of Abrams.

Preceding this lady in dying had been this lady moms and dads, Walter and Leah Ullman; husband, Leonard Luedtke; two sons, Leonard a€?Lennya€? Jr., Tommy Luedtke; bro, Bob Ullman; two sisters, Diane Zamzoe, LaVerne Ripley; brothers-in-law, Wayne Luedtke, and Royal Luedtke Jr.

Funeral service treatments will likely be held at a.m. Thursday , at Nicolet Memorials home gardens, Shrine on the close Shepherd Chapel, Bay Settlement street, Green Bay with Rev. Bruce Schwark officiating. Entombment will observe.

The heartfelt many thanks venture out to the employees’s at Bellin healthcare facility and haven locations in Kewaunee for attention shown to our mother and grandma.

Ricky Hofmann

Ricky Hofmann, 60, of Sturgeon Bay, passed away on . He was born in Marshfield, WI at St. Joseph Hospital on Jan. 6, 1961 to Dennis and Korene (Gebelein) Hofmann. Ricky went to Marshfield and Stratford Institutes. He had become used by Wick Building programs (Marshfield), worked in cellular house restoration, and soon after resigned from Bay Shipbuilding in Sturgeon Bay.

He was married to Melanie Gigstead exactly who survives since would their mothers Dennis and Korene Hofmann of Stratford, WI; their girl Krissie Krall of Stratford, WI along with her girls and boys: Taylor, McKayla, and McKenna Krall; his child Matthew (Jamie) Hofmann of Hewitt, WI and their young ones: Ava, Emma, and Hannah Jo Hofmann; two brothers Russell (Carol) Hofmann of Marshfield as well as their girls and boys Kelly and John Hofmann; and Roger (Kim) Hofmann and their kids: McKenzie and Alexis Hofmann.

He had been preceded in passing by their maternal grand-parents Arlo and Lucille Gebelein with his paternal grand-parents John Hofmann and Catherine Gilbertson.

Thomas Ray Mason

Thomas Ray Mason, 86, of Ellison Bay, gone the home of become with all the Lord, , while at doorway region infirmary because problems of pneumonia and COVID.

Ray, as he ended up being recognized by relatives and buddies came into this world Oct 23, 1935, in Draper, new york the boy of Thomas and Mallie (forest) Mason. Ray found his girlfriend of 65 age, Janice Gauldin as he got a senior in high school. He drove the school coach and she got one of the people. They hitched on November 22, 1956, in Draper, N.C visit. shortly after Ray went into the marine corps helping for four decades. After their return from obligation they lived in Greensboro, N.C. in which they both worked at Sears Roebuck. Their unique sole di (Mason) Strickfaden was born in Greensboro in December of 1961.