Anglemyer, Carolyn Mae

LAKE HAVASU CITY, ARIZ. - Carolyn Mae Anglemyer, age 62, passed away on Tuesday, Aug. 29, 2006, in Lake Havasu City, Ariz. She was born on June 16, 1944, in Madison. She was a 1962 graduate from Oregon High School. After graduating from the Madison Academy of Beauty Culture, she worked as a cosmetologist until her move to Lake Havasu City, Ariz., 16 years ago, from Madison. Carolyn is survived by her daughters, Amondee Brandt, Terri Brandt and Nicki Brandt, all of Madison; brother, Charles Anglemyer of Oregon, Wis.; sister, Caryl Rogers of Lake Havasu City, Ariz.; four grandchildren, Timothy, Heather, Crystal and Daniel; and three great-grandchildren, Antonio, Tyler and Brandee. In lieu of flowers, the family has requested that donations be made in Carolyn's name to Hospice of Havasu, PO Box 597, Lake Havasu City, AZ 86405. Condolences and thoughts can be made to her family at

Batz, Willis E. "Bill"

ROSEVILLE, CALIF. - Willis Erhard Batz, age 78, passed away Tuesday, July 25, 2006. He was born Aug. 14, 1927, in Sun Prairie, to Rupert and Beatrice (Chase) Batz, the fourth of five children. He attended grade school and high school there. After serving in the U.S. Navy from 1945 until 1948, he attended the UW-Madison graduating with a B.A. in business. In 1990, he retired after 35 years as an auditor for the U.S. Air Force. He is survived by his wife of 48 years, Beverly (Kirstein); two daughters, Cynthia (Henry) Koch of St. Petersburg, Fla. and Constance (Jamie) Makuuchi of Mission Viego, Calif.; grandchildren, Kolby, Nathanael and Blake; two sisters, Bernadine (Wilferd) Phillipsen of Seaside, Calif. and Joan (John) Kroetz of Friendship; and many nieces, nephews and cousins. He was preceded in death by his parents; brother, Gerard; and sister, Esther (Batz) Hughey. A Memorial Mass was held Monday, July 31, 2006, at St. Rose Catholic Church, Roseville. Father Michael McKeon officiated. A private cremation was held at a later date.

Boberg, Theresa L.

MADISON - Theresa L. Boberg, passed fearlessly Saturday surrounded by her family while holding her eight day old granddaughter. The daughter of Alvin V. and Irene (Schank) Boberg, she was born Oct. 1, 1950, in Arcadia. Theresa worked at Farmers Union Grain Terminal in St. Paul, Minn. and Armour Foods in Eau Claire from 1971 through 1985. She was married to Allan J. Scoles and had one son, Andrew J. Theresa moved to the Madison area and was employed as program assistant for the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection. She orchestrated numerous national conventions until her health forced her to retire in 2002. Theresa was instrumental in providing assistance with the North American Industrial Hemp Council (NAIHC), where she continued to work at home until her passing. She joined the Bosom Buddies in 1999 and was a treasured member of a dinner group. Theresa raised money for breast cancer groups and donated hair to Locks of Love. She enjoyed riding motorcycles for over 25 years and joined the Sisters of the Moon Chapter of the Women in the Wind, and was a member of Women on Wheels. Theresa is survived by her son, Andrew "Mud Man" (Heather McKee) Scoles; a special friend, Harland Venden; two brothers, Jim (Darlene) Boberg of Arcadia and Alvin W. (Carol) Boberg of Lampasas, Texas; three sisters, Joyce (Richard) Sobotta of Eleva, Rosie (Gene) Comero of Rochester, Minn., and Mary (Harold) Ryan of Arcadia; one granddaughter, Areyes Jin Scoles; nieces, nephews, and many friends. She is preceded in death by her parents. A memorial Mass will be held at HOLY MOTHER OF CONSOLATION CATHOLIC CHURCH, 651 N. Main St., Oregon, at noon on Wednesday, Sept. 13, 2006, with Father Bill Connell presiding. Visitation will be at the church on Tuesday, Sept. 12, 2006, from 5 p.m. until 8 p.m. with a scripture service to be held at 7 p.m. Friends may also call on Wednesday, Sept. 13, 2006, at 11 a.m. until the time of service at the church. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made for family intentions

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Bowe, Bruce "Neil"

WAUNAKEE - Bruce "Neil" Bowe, age 53, passed away unexpectedly at UW Hospital on Wednesday, Sept. 6, 2006, due to complications following his long awaited kidney transplant. He was born on Sept. 7, 1952, in Waterville Washington to Ben and Mildred (Jagim) Bowe. Neil served in the United States Army from 1973 to 1978 and was stationed in Miraflores Locks, Panama. He married the former Jackie Jo Taylor on Nov. 6, 1976, and they had been married for 29 years. He loved the outdoors. He enjoyed hunting and fishing and looked forward to his many trips to the Flambeau River with the guys and spending time at the family cabin up north. He also enjoyed working in his yard and flower garden. Neil was committed to helping his sons pursue their passion in the martial arts. He dedicated unending hours and relentless energy to both Nick in his achievement of his third degree black belt as well as Andy's achieving a second degree black belt. He was very proud of his sons and never hesitated in letting people know of their accomplishments. Neil will always be remembered for his random acts of kindness and his story telling ability, making people laugh and bringing smiles to their faces. Survivors include his wife, Jackie Jo; two sons, Nick and Andy; four brothers, Larry (Cindy) Bowe of Loyal, John (Sandy) Bowe of Spencer, Raymond Bowe of Unity, and LeRoy (Terry) Bowe of Loyal; two sisters-in-law, Vicki Taylor and Barb Bowe; two brothers-in-law, Kevin Taylor and Jason Taylor; a stepfather-in-law, John Wagner; and many nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, Ben and Mildred; his brother, Don; his mother-in-law, Ellen Wagner; and father-in-law, Jack Taylor. Funeral services will be held on Monday Sept. 11, 2006, at 11 a.m. at ST. JOHN'S CATHOLIC CHURCH in Waunakee. Monsignor James Gunn will officiate. Friends may call at the WINN FUNERAL HOME in Waunakee on Sunday, Sept. 10, 2006, from 2 p.m. until 5 p.m. where Military Rites will be held at 5 p.m. by the Waunakee American Legion Post 360. Friends may also call at the church on Monday from 10 a.m. until the time of services. A Memorial service and burial will be held in Neil's hometown, Loyal, on Saturday, Sept. 16, 2006, at 11 a.m. at St. Anthony's Church. The family would like to express their thanks to the doctors and staff of St. Mary's Hospital Renal Center for the wonderful care given to Neil during his dialysis treatments. They also would like to extend their heartfelt thanks to Dr. Sollinger and his staff for everything they did to try to save Neil. The family also wishes to express love and gratitude to their hero, Neil's brother Raymond, who donated a kidney to save his brother.

Winn Funeral Home 5785 Hwy Q Waunakee, WI (608) 849-4513

Coyle, Kevin W. "Duffy"

MADISON - Kevin W. "Duffy" Coyle, age 55, of Madison, passed away on Thursday, Sept. 7, 2006, at Meriter Hospital, from a sudden heart attack. He was born on May 26, 1951, in Ashland, the son of Kenneth and Marjorie Coyle. Kevin graduated from LaFollette High School in 1969. He was united in marriage to Barbara Hill on July 10, 1971, in Madison. Kevin was a painter and a member of Painters Local No. 802, until he became disabled with M.S. He was an avid hunter, fisherman, Brewers and Packers fan. Kevin enjoyed reading, politics and going to Ho-Chunk Casino. He loved spending time with his family, especially his grandchildren. Kevin is survived by his parents; his wife, Barbara; two daughters, Brooke (Keith) Hillson and Tracie (Eric) Davis; four grandchildren, Carly and Brianna Hillson and Taryn and Dane Davis; siblings, Beth Rogers, Greg (Jane), Tom, Mary Jo (Jim) Hilles, Lauri (Jim) Zander, and Dan (Fran); a large extended family, including many nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends; and his special friends, Doug (Alice) Wampole and Neil (Sue) Dettwiler. He was preceded in death by his father-in-law and mother-in-law, Wallace and Audrey Hill. Funeral services will be held at GUNDERSON EAST FUNERAL HOME, 5203 Monona Drive, at 5 p.m., on Tuesday, Sept. 12, 2006, with the Rev. Dean Kirst presiding. Visitation will be at the funeral home from 3 p.m. until the time of the service on Tuesday. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the National M.S. Society of Wisconsin or the American Heart Association. A special thank you to the Madison Police Department, the Madison Fire and EMS, the Rev. Father John Brian Paprock, for all the care and support they have shown Kevin.

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Ebert, Harold William Jr.

WESTFIELD - Harold William Ebert Jr., our loving father passed away on Monday, Sept. 4, 2006, after a short illness. He was born to Doris Standish on Feb. 26, 1938. He served in the U.S. Army during peace time. He loved the outdoors, especially hunting and fishing. For 30 years, Harold worked at Oscar Mayer. He married Betty on Sept. 28, 1963. After his retirement, they built their dream house in Oxford, Wis. Harold is survived by his daughter, Tammy Ebert Marr and her life partner, Sherry Deremer; his son, Todd Ebert and his girlfriend, Kris; two granddaughters, Paige and Megan Ebert; his mother, Doris Standish; sister, Janet Richards; two brothers, Ron and Jay; their sons, Andy and Steve; Shirley, and their sons, Danny and Jim Ely; and daughters. Harold was preceded in death by his wife, Betty; his sister, Judy Ely; and his dad, Donald Standish. Funeral services will be held on Tuesday, Sept. 12, 2006, at 1 p.m. at RYAN FUNERAL HOME, 2418 N. Sherman Ave., Madison, with Pastor John Ruppenthal officiating. Burial will follow at Sunset Memory Gardens Cemetery. A visitation will take place at the funeral home on Tuesday from 11 a.m. until the time of services.

Ryan Funeral Home & Cremation Services 2418 N. Sherman Ave. (608) 249-8257

Gorski, Jack

MIDDLETON - Jack Gorski, age 75, died on Wednesday, Aug. 30, 2006. The son of Martha and John Gorski, Jack was born in Green Bay, on March 14, 1931. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and did his Ph.D. studies at Washington State University, prior to returning to Madison as an NIH postdoctoral fellow at the McArdle Laboratory of Cancer Research. While an undergraduate in Madison, he met fellow student Harriet Fischer through mutual, lifelong interests in dancing, music, politics, and outdoor activities. They were married in 1955 and raised their family in Wisconsin and Illinois. A Professor Emeritus in the Departments of Biochemistry and Dairy and Animal Sciences at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Jack was known in the scientific community for his pioneering research - spanning more than 50 years - on the mechanisms of estrogen action, and the biochemistry and physiology of reproductive hormones. Jack's first faculty position was with the Department of Physiology and Biophysics at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, a position he undertook in 1961. Twelve years later he returned to the University of Wisconsin- Madison, where he stayed until his retirement in 1999. During the course of his career, Jack trained and mentored more than 100 scientists. Jack took tremendous joy in the accomplishments of each of these individuals, many of whom are now in leadership positions in academia, industry and government. His contributions to the biomedical sciences were recognized through a number of awards including the Ernst Oppenheimer Memorial Award, Gregory Pinkus Medal and Award, Robert H. Williams Distinguished Leadership Award, Women in Endocrinology Mentor Award, and Fred Conrad Koch Award. He was elected a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and a member of the National Academy of Sciences. Jack was an avid dairyman, breeding first Holstein cattle and later Jerseys. He relished time spent with his Jersey herd and farming friends and colleagues. Jack especially loved time spent with his family in the Rocky Mountains, canoeing, skiing, and in hiking Wisconsin's hills. His beloved dogs were his constant companions. Jack Gorski will be greatly missed by his wife, Harriet; his son and daughter-in-law, Michael and Anne Gorski; his daughter and son-in-law, Jo Anne and David Alkire; his brothers, Hugo and Richard; his grandchildren, J. Michael, Caroline, Charles, Melanie, Jennifer, and Andrew; and his extended family. He is remembered by fellow scientists for his love of science, fair-minded spirit, persistent encouragement, and unassuming manner, by many others as a true and caring friend, and by his family for his love, commitment and support. A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. on Sept. 23, 2006, at the FIRST UNITARIAN SOCIETY, 900 University Bay Drive, Madison. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be given to the Jack Gorski Scholarship Fund, University of Wisconsin Foundation, care of US Bank, Lock Box 78807, Milwaukee, WI 53278.

Haislet, Richard Jr.

MADISON - Richard Haislet, Jr., age 81, passed away on Tuesday, Sept. 5, 2006, at Middleton Village Nursing and Rehabilitation Center. Richard was born on Oct. 30, 1924, to Richard Sr. and Eleanor Haislet in Evanston, Ill. He was an army veteran of World War II, serving with combat engineers. Richard graduated from Iowa State University in Ames Iowa and received a masters degree at the UW-Madison. He attended Oxford University in England and lived there for several years. Richard was assigned by the UW State Department to live in Nigeria for two years as an information specialist and freelance writer. He served with various electoral candidates and representatives in Pierre, S.D. Richard was employed by South Dakota Tourism Department as photo journalist for several years. He retired in the early 1980s and moved to Madison. During his retirement years he was employed part-time by the UW Credit Union. Richard loved to read and was a fan of the Chicago Cubs. He is survived by his sister, Barbara; niece, Judy; nephew, Richard; and many cousins. Richard was preceded in death by his parents; life long friend, Ruth; and nephew, Ted. The family would like to thank Les Floeter for his support he gave Richard in his final days. At his request there will be no services. Contributions in Richard's name may be made to your favorite charity.

Cress Funeral & Cremation Service 3610 Speedway Road (608) 238-3434

Hefle, Susan L. "Sue"

LINCOLN, NEB. - Susan L. "Sue" Hefle, age 46, of Lincoln, Neb., died Wednesday, Aug. 30, 2006. Sue was born in Milwaukee, to Louis and Nancy (Woods) Hefle. Sue was an Associate Professor of Food Science and Technology at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and co-director of the Food Allergy Research and Resource Program (FARRP). Sue was author or co-author of more than 130 peer-reviewed publications in scientific journals and many book chapters. In addition, she held two patents for analytical methods for aflatoxin. She served on numerous editorial boards, as a reviewer for a dozen scientific journals, and on grant-review boards for various government agencies and private foundations. Sue was active in a number of professional societies for food science, analytical chemistry, allergy, and immunology. She was named a fellow of the Institute of Food Technologists (IFT) in 2004 and a fellow of the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology in 2003. In 2000, she received the IFT Samuel Cate Prescott award, an award given to honor outstanding researchers. The assistance she provided to the candy and confectionery industry was acknowledged in 1999 when she was given the Marie Kelso Speaker Award. In light of Sue's research, the University of Nebraska awarded her the 1999 Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources Dinsdale Family Faculty Award. Sue was an avid bicycle rider and racer, having competed since the early 90s in road races, criteriums, and on the velodrome. She became a bicycle racing official in 1991, advancing through the ranks to attain the status of National Commissaire in 2006. Besides being an excellent judge, Sue's forthright personality and strength made her an excellent referee, a specialty more often dominated by men. Of the 1,500 cycling officials in the country, only 50 have made it to the level of National Commissaire, and only 19 of those are women. In the mid-90s, Sue, along with many others, was dissatisfied with the direction that USA Cycling was taking. She believed that more attention should be given to grass roots cycling and more support provided to junior and masters riders. Together with another Midwest cycling enthusiast, Nestor Evancevich, Sue started a new cycling federation, American Bicycle Racing (ABR). She worked with ABR as their Technical Director through August. Family members include father and step-mother, Louis and Mary Jean Hefle of Grafton, Wis.; brother and sister-in-law, Scott L. and Diane Hefle of Germantown, Wis.; half-brother, Dan Hefle of Hartland, Wis.; nephews, Nathan and Jacob Hefle of Germantown; grandmother, Jeanette Kinnel of Glendale, Wis.; and uncles and aunts, Paul and Tina Kinnel of Mequon, Wis. and Raymond and Sharon Hefle of Taylor, S.C. Sue was preceded in death by her mother, Nancy Hefle and grandparents. Friends and colleagues across the U.S. and the world will mourn Sue's passing. A tribute to Sue's life will be held on Thursday, Sept. 14, 2006, from 2 p.m. until 7 p.m. at the LINCOLN FIREFIGHTER'S RECEPTION HALL at 241 Victory Lane, Lincoln, NE 68528. In lieu of flowers, her brother requests that memorials be directed to the University of Nebraska Foundation on behalf of the Susan L. Hefle Memorial Fund, care of Dr. Steve Taylor, FARRP, 143 H.C. Filley Hall, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE 68583-0919. Condolences or personal reflections may be sent online at .

Henderson, Rosella

MADISON - Rosella Henderson, 84, of Madison died Thursday, Sept. 7, 2006, at St. Mary's Care Center, where she resided since her diagnosis of colon cancer 19 months ago. She and her husband, Scotty, lived for over 50 years in Monona, Iowa, where they raised their five children. Prior to her marriage, Rosella had been a teacher in a rural, one-room schoolhouse in Allamakee County, Iowa. After her husband died in 1994, Rosella relocated to Madison to be near two of her children and their families, Nancy Henderson (spouse, George Heideman and daughter, Kate Heideman) and Wynn Henderson (daughters, Rachel and Meghan Henderson). The nurturance she received from them, from their close friends, as well as friends she made at Midvale Heights and St. Mary's, greatly enriched her life. Rosella instilled in her children and grandchildren a love for education, an abiding spirituality, the values of kindness, compassion, and a deep gratitude toward life and toward other fellow travelers. In keeping with her Irish heritage, she had a sharp wit, a great love for music and dancing, an iron will, a delight in all children and particularly her grandchildren, and a high level of interpersonal intelligence. As a staunch Democrat, she canceled out her husband's vote in most election years. In the words of the writer Henry James, "there are three significant human endeavors: the first is to be kind, the second is to be kind, and the third is to be kind." Those who knew her will remember her kindness and miss her forever. Besides her Madison family, she is additionally survived by a daughter, Sherie Dawson of Monona, Iowa, (spouse, Larry; sons, Michael, Matthew, and Mark; and daughter-in-law, Joanna Willis of Minneapolis St. Paul); as well as a daughter, Joan Henderson of Boise, Idaho, (spouse, Fred Mondin; and step-son Greg Mondin and family of Boise); and a son, Gene Henderson of St. Louis and Miami, (spouse, Glenda, and son, Chris Collis and family of Bloomington, Minn.). Three sisters, two sisters-in-law, and numerous beloved nieces and nephews are also among those who mourn her passing. Rosella was preceded in death by her husband; her parents; two sisters; and three brothers. A memorial service will be held in the community room of ST. MARY'S CARE CENTER on Friday, Sept. 15, 2006, from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Her remains will be buried in Monona, Iowa. The family wishes to extend deep appreciation to the following: Stephani Hinners for her generosity and concern over these past two years; Dr. Elizabeth O'Brien for her professionalism, her unwavering and humane care of our mother; the staff of St. Mary's for their unparalleled devotion and excellent care; and to Rosella's extended family in Madison, the dear friends of Nancy Henderson, George and Kate Heideman, Wynn, Rachel, and Meghan Henderson. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorials to St Marys Care Center - Staff Development Fund.

Kaschub, George M. "Butch" Jr.

MADISON - George M. "Butch" Kaschub Jr., age 52, passed away on Saturday, Sept. 9, 2006, at his home, after a courageous battle with pancreatic cancer. He inspired everyone around him with his positive attitude and great sense of humor. Butch was born on Dec. 1, 1953, in Columbus, the son of George Sr. and Mary Kaschub. He was united in marriage to Winnie Krantz on May 29, 1976, in Pine Bluff. Butch worked for several companies in the HVAC industry, owned and operated Heartland Temperature Services, Inc., and was currently a project manager for EEI Inc. His passion was his work and his family. He devoted his heart and soul to his work and to being an incredible husband, father, and grandfather. Even in his last days, his granddaughters still brought a smile to his face. Butch is survived by his loving wife of 30 years, Winnie; three children, Kristin (Andy) Deininger of Raleigh, N.C., Katie Kaschub of Gainesville, Fla., and Cory Kaschub of Madison; two granddaughters, Mikaela and Ella Deininger; siblings, Gayle (Mitch) Hanson and Gary (Linda) Kaschub; his in-laws, Ray and Florence Krantz; three sisters-in-law, Shirley (Donnie) Statz, Jan Legler, and Elaine (Tom) Walstad; two brothers-in-law, Ron (Lois) Krantz and Joe (Pat) Krantz; many nieces, nephews, other family members; and many loving friends. He was preceded in death by his parents; a brother-in-law, Ron Legler; and two nephews, Michael and Matthew Krantz. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at ST. DENNIS CATHOLIC CHURCH, 505 Dempsey Rd., Madison, at 11 a.m., on Tuesday, Sept. 12, 2006, with Father Brian Wilk presiding. Burial will be at Blooming Grove Cemetery. Visitation will be at GUNDERSON EAST FUNERAL HOME, 5203 Monona Dr., on Monday, Sept. 11, 2006, from 5 p.m. until 9 p.m. and at the church from 10 a.m. until the time of service on Tuesday. A special thank you to the staff at the Don and Marilyn Anderson HospiceCare Center.

Gunderson East Funeral and Cremation Centers 5203 Monona Drive (608) 221-5420

Kindle, Kelly Jo

WAUKESHA - Kelly Jo Kindle, age 45, of Waukesha, formerly of Madison, went home to the Lord, Monday, Sept. 4, 2006, due to complications from an aneurysm. She was the loving mother of Danielle; beloved daughter of Danny and Sue Kindle; sister of Brian (Robyn); aunt of Adam and Aaron; and is further survived by many other relatives and friends. Kelly was a loving and giving person as is exemplified by her generous gift of life to five people through organ donation. Memorial service will be held on Wednesday, Sept. 13, 2006, at 11 a.m. at IMMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH, 1021 Spaight St., Madison. In lieu of flowers, memorials are appreciated to an education fund set up in Kelly's name.

Schmidt & Bartelt A.A. Schmidt & Sons Funeral and Cremation Service Sussex (262) 246-4774

Miller, Rosemary O'Neill

VERONA/STOUGHTON - Rosemary O'Neill Miller, wife of Jack Glenn Miller, daughter of Charles and Irene Lawless O'Neill, was born in Prairie du Chien, on Oct. 17, 1920, and died at the Nazareth House, Stoughton on Sept. 8, 2006. She attended Patch Grove grade school and high school. She continued her education, graduating from Mount Mary College and later earning a master's degree in business education from the University of Wisconsin, Madison. Mrs. Miller was a much beloved teacher at Verona High School (1954-1982). She continued as a substitute teacher and summer typing teacher for many years. She had previously taught in Bloomington, Durand and DeForest, and in Iron Mountain and Benton Harbor, Mich.; beginning her teaching service during World War II. She was the proud mother of three teachers, Mary Rose (Greg) Liljedahl of Conn., Mark James (Jane) Miller of Del. and Irene Jane (Stefano) Nemeth-Miller of Italy/Verona/Stoughton. She dearly loved her grandchildren, Sarah Anne, Aaron Charles, Eric James, James O'Neill and Mark Gregory. She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband; and her six brothers and sisters. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at ST. ANDREW CATHOLIC CHURCH, 301 N. Main St., Verona on Thursday, Sept. 14 at 10:30 a.m. Friends may call at the JOYCE-RYAN FUNERAL HOME, 118 N. Franklin St., Verona on Wednesday, Sept. 13, 2006, from 4 p.m. until 7 p.m. and at the church on Thursday from 9:30 a.m. until the time of Mass. A private burial will be held at St. John's Cemetery in Patch Grove. The family wishes to thank the Poor Sisters of Nazarene, Dr. Paul Nausieda, MD and the staff of the Nazareth House for their loving care of Rosie these past ten years. Rosie's optimistic attitude in the face of hardship was an inspiration to all. Rosie loved her family, friends and students, and they returned that love. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests a donation in Rosemary's memory to the Regional Parkinson's Center, 945 N. 12th St., Suite 4602, Milwaukee, WI, 53233.

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Mohaupt, Al

MADISON - Al Mohaupt, age 91, died on Thursday, Sept. 7, 2006, at HospiceCare in Fitchburg. He was born on Feb. 10, 1915, in Milwaukee, the son of Fred and Louise Mohaupt. Al was an avid hunter and outdoorsman as well as a woodworker and gardener. A friend to many and a generous neighbor. He attended Washington High School in Milwaukee and UW-Madison, graduating in 1936 as a chemical engineer. After graduation, he worked in Milwaukee for a brief period, after which he retuned to Madison to work at Forest Products Laboratories for 31 years, prior to retiring in 1973. Having also served in the U.S. Navy on active duty for three yrs. during World War II, Al went on to retire from the Navy as a Lt. Cmdr. after 21 yrs. in the Naval Reserves. Al is survived by his wife of more than 65 years, Ruth Steitz Mohaupt of Milwaukee; his daughters, Karen Watters and her husband, Les of Drummond and Jill Duckman and her husband, Ken of Madison; and his granddaughter, Jesse Col Duckman. A brief memorial service will be held at SUNSET MEMORY GARDENS, 7302 Mineral Point Road, Madison, on Monday, Sept. 11, 2006, at 10:30 a.m. The family suggests memorials in Al's name be made to HospiceCare of Fitchburg.

All Faiths Funeral & Cremation Services Madison (608) 442-0477

Oetzel, Roger M.

MADISON - Roger Matthew Oetzel, age 68, passed away unexpectedly on Friday, Sept. 8, 2006, at his home. He was born on Nov. 27, 1937, in Sheboygan. Roger attended Madison Central High School. He served in the United States Navy, after graduation. After serving in the Navy, Roger and his brother, Wes, operated a paint company. He also worked at Woodman's and Sentry grocery stores. Roger was an active member of St. Dennis Catholic Church, and the VFW. He was a loving and devoted grandpa. Roger is survived by his son, Ron (Deanna) of Albion; a granddaughter, Elizabeth; and his mother, Theresa Oetzel of Madison. He was preceded in death by his father; a daughter, Karen Oetzel; and his siblings, Carol, Doris and Wesley. Funeral services will be held at GUNDERSON EAST FUNERAL HOME, 5203 Monona Drive, at noon on Tuesday, Sept. 12, 2006. Visitation will be at the funeral home from 5 p.m. until 8 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 11, 2006. Memorials may be made to St. Dennis Catholic Church or the American Red Cross.

Gunderson East Funeral & Cremation Centers 5203 Monona Drive (608) 221-5420

Patch, William H.

MADISON - William H. Patch, age 86, died Thursday, Sept. 7, 2006, in a local nursing home. He was born Sept. 28, 1919, in Abington, Pa., the son of Ralph and Mary (Hallowell) Patch. Bill was a veteran of the United States Army, having served during World War II. On Nov. 15, 1945, Bill was united in marriage with Rosanna Michelassi in Pisa, Italy. Prior to his retirement in 1985, Bill spent over 30 years as librarian and assistant professor at the UW in Madison. He was an avid target rifle and trap shooter and was a member of the Winnequah Gun Club and the Middleton Gun Club. Survivors include two sons, James (Barbara) Patch of Sun Prairie and Charles (Iris) Patch of New Orleans; a daughter, Sarah (Larry) Westby of Madison; three grandchildren, Joshua, Alexander and Lianna; and three step-grandchildren, Jessica, Elizabeth and Alexis. Bill was preceded in death by his wife, Rosanna on Oct. 24, 2004; and his parents. Services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Monday, Sept. 11, 2006, at the OAKWOOD VILLAGE EAST CHAPEL, 5565 Tancho Drive. The Reverend Gwen Brandfass will officiate. Burial will be in Sun Prairie Memory Gardens. In lieu of flowers, the family prefers memorials to HospiceCare, Inc. 5395 E. Cheryl Parkway Madison, WI 53711.

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Paul, Kathleen S. (Katie)

MADISON - In the loving presence of her family, Kathleen (Katie) Paul, age 56, died in her home on Friday, Sept. 1, 2006, after more than five years of living fully each day with recurrent ovarian cancer. As she did with so many aspects of her life, Katie responded to this disease with an honesty and optimism that reflected the strength and joy of her inner spirit and was an example to us all. Katie was first and foremost a warm, loving and generous wife and mother, as well as a nurse, a fund raiser and an advocate for the environment, the poor, the disabled and those without adequate health care. She was born to James and Fern (nee Shantel) Crawford in Blue Earth, Minn., on Jan. 1, 1950. A few years later the family moved to Milwaukee. Katie received her BSN with honors from UW-Milwaukee. She married P. James (Jim) Sullivan in 1973 and in 1974, gave birth to Neal P. Sullivan. In 1983, she married Robert J. (Bob) Paul, to whom she referred as her "Sweetie," and their son, Adam N. Paul, was born in 1985. Katie's professional career began at Columbia Hospital, Milwaukee and continued at Madison's University Hospital. But she found her found her true calling in community nursing. In 1982, she began a series of positions with Dane County Public Health continuing until her retirement in 2005. She led, promoted, raised grant funds and nurtured the Women, Infant and Children program; in-home health care for the elderly; Migrant Health; school nursing; women's cancer screening, diagnosis and treatment and many others. During her last 12 years she held the position of Adult Health, Chronic Disease Prevention Coordinator. Katie received numerous awards and recognitions. Among those of which she was most proud were a "Muchas Gracias" recognition from the Latino Health Council of Dane County for her years of committed service to the improvement of the health and well being of Latinos in Madison and the Lotus Award from the Wis. Women's Health Foundation for her activism in women's health issues including in ovarian cancer education, early detection and awareness. In 1997-8 she assisted in fund raising for the Women's Revolving Loan Fund and thereafter traveled to Vietnam to be present at the dedication of a Peace Park near the place of the My Lai massacre on its thirtieth anniversary. Katie was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in 2001. After surgery and chemotherapy, she volunteered with the UW Comprehensive Cancer Center's support network, to take phone calls, on referrals from doctors, from women newly diagnosed with the disease and counsel them. She continued these most generous and compassionate activities until two months before her death. In her personal life Katie belonged to several women's groups which were very important to her. Her gourmet cooking was renown among friends, relatives and special neighbors. She liked nothing more than to host dinners offering creative entrees, wine, good conversation and, weather permitting, a slow Lake Mendota shoreline cruise at sunset. A dedicated and involved soccer mom to both her sons, she later reveled in receiving phone calls from them on the west coast inquiring from their kitchens how to nuance a particular recipe. Katie believed strongly in the advancement of experimental cancer treatments and thus of the eight different types of chemotherapy treatments she received, three were clinical trials. She was an advocate for the recent legislative enactment that requires insurance companies to cover the customary and routine medical costs incurred by patients engaged in clinical trials. Preservation of wetlands, prairie restoration and conservation were important objectives for Katie. Years ago she personally participated in the planting of restored prairie at Governor Nelson State Park and at the St. Benedict Center. But all this to one side, Katie's gift was her ability to give herself on an individual basis in such a way that many friends considered her their own best friend - this was and is her unique and continuing gift to them, which they each retain and will cherish always. She possessed a depth of spirit and joy for life that was infectious and open to all. She is sadly and tragically missed. Katie was preceded in death by her parents and is survived by her husband, Bob of Waunakee; her sons, Neal (Penelope) of Nevada City, Calif. and Adam of San Francisco; and a most beloved grandson, Nelson Orion Sullivan of Nevada City, Calif.; sisters, Nancy Wozniak (special friend Brant Nellans) of Carlsbad, Calif.; Julianne (Justin) Harris of Springdale Ore.; Debbie (Terry) Tariq of Racine; brothers, Terry (Barbara) Crawford of Greenfield; Jerry (Debbie) Crawford of Waterford; Connie (Jim) Geary, Linda (Louis) Borda, Danny Crawford and Jim (Hazel) Crawford, all of Milwaukee; and many loving and cherished nieces, nephews, cousins and other relatives and friends. The family wishes to thank the generous and caring staff at the UW Comprehensive Cancer Care Center, especially Dr. Ellen Hartenbach, Dr. Lori Seaborne, Dr. James McDermott and the very competent and nurturing nursing staff on the OB/GYN oncology unit and in the General Clinical Research Center. A celebration of Katie's life will take place on Friday, Sept. 15, 2006, at 3 p.m. at the ST. BENEDICT CENTER, Holy Wisdom Monastery, 4200 County Highway M, Middleton. Visiting with the family will begin at 1:30 p.m. and the celebration will be followed by a reception on the premises. The family suggests in lieu of flowers, memorial contributions be made to The Benedictine Life Foundation's Environmental Endowment program AcreMaker, (dedicated to restoring and maintaining prairie and wetlands on the 130-acre Center grounds), in Katie's name. Mail to Benedictine Life Foundation, P.O. Box 5070, Madison, WI 53705-0070; the Wisconsin Ovarian Cancer Alliance, P.O. Box 482, Oak Creek, WI 53154; the Second Harvest Foodbank of Southern Wisconsin, 2802 Dairy Drive, Madison, WI 53718, or to the charity of one's choice.

Gunderson Funeral Homes 7435 University Ave. (608) 831-6761

Pratt, Mary R.

MADISON - Mary R. Pratt, a well-known Madison physical education teacher, passed away at the age of 93 on Tuesday, Sept. 5, 2006, after a valiant battle with Alzheimer's disease. The former Mary Strand was born in Chicago. She graduated from the University of Illinois and received her masters degree from the UW-Madison. Her husband, George, passed away in 1968. Mary was well-loved by her many students who remember her for her "Perfect Posture" song she taught in her gym classes. She is also known for starting and running the Hoyt Park Summer Day Camp for 19 years. Early in her career, she taught physical education at Edgewood High School and later at Blessed Sacrament Elementary School, before beginning her long career with the Madison Public Schools. Mary was actively involved in her children's lives, serving with her husband, as president of the Dudgeon School P.T.A. and as a Brownie Scout leader. She was active in several Zor Shrine organizations including Eastern Star, Daughters of the Nile and Azba (Shriners' widows). She was a member of Kayra and the Madison ITC. She was a long time member of the First Congregational Church. Mary is survived by her two daughters, Randa and Georgia, who love and will miss her so. She is also survived by her son-in-law, Rudolph Kopfer; her sister-in-law, Catherine Strand; nephew, Tim Strand; and grand-niece, Cassie Strand, all of Glen Ellyn, Illinois; her nephew, Gary (Cindy) Strand; grandnephew, Jeff Strand; and grandniece, Jenny Strand, all of Brookfield; her dear and devoted friend, Helen Hodel; and many other dear friends, old and new, who were such an important part of her life. Mary loved her family, friends and career and was never happier than when doing something for someone else. A memorial service will be held at 1:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 12, 2006, at RESURRECTION CHAPEL IN OAKWOOD VILLAGE-WEST, 6201 Mineral Point Road, Madison. In lieu of flowers, Mary's daughters request that memorials be made to the Alzheimer's Association, South Central Wisconsin Chapter or to the Oakwood Foundation for Oakwood Village-West.

Cress Funeral & Cremation Service 3610 Speedway Road (608) 238-3434

Reierson, Carl R.

MONONA - Carl R. Reierson, age 76, passed away on Thursday, Sept. 7, 2006, at Belmont Nursing Home. He was born on Jan. 8, 1930, in Stoughton, the son of Carl and Lydia (Bakken) Reierson. Carl worked for Icke Construction Company for many years. Carl is survived by his wife, Marcia of Monona; four children, Scott (Sandy) of Stoughton, Diane (Jeff) Smith of Cottage Grove, Steve of Janesville and Todd of Monona; three grandchildren, Curt (Cindi) Smith, Sara Smith (fiance, Jeff Andreessen), and Christopher Reierson; and three sisters, Virginia Quam of McFarland, Marian Johnson of Madison, and Berniece (Gunder) Rein of Stoughton. He was preceded in death by his parents; and two sisters, Geraldine Olson and Kathryn Stenjem. Private family services will be held at GUNDERSON EAST FUNERAL HOME, 5203 Monona Drive, at 11 a.m., on Tuesday, Sept. 12, 2006. Thank you to the staff at Belmont Nursing Home for their care of Carl.

Gunderson East Funeral and Cremation Centers 5203 Monona Drive (608) 221-5420

Robinson, Joseph R.

MADISON - Joseph R. Robinson, age 67, died Monday, Sept. 4, 2006, after a long illness. He is survived by his wife, Bonna (Hatfield) Robinson; sons, James (Jane) Robinson and Daniel (Marsha) Robinson; daughter, Nancy (Gene Washington); and 10 grandchildren, Connie Washington, Sean Washington, Ian Robinson, Corey Washington, Colin Robinson, Keenan Washington, Kelly Robinson, Erin Washington, Alton Robinson and Mason Robinson. He was born Feb. 16, 1939, in New York City to Alton and Eva (Parker) Robinson. Joseph obtained his B.S. degree (1961) and his M.S. degree (1963) from Columbia College of Pharmacy. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1966. He became a professor at the UW-Madison in 1966 and retired from there July 2005. He was awarded the Honorary Doctorates from the Royal Danish School of Pharmacy (1992) and the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia (2003). He also received numerous awards including the Ebert Prize (1989), the Maurice-Marie Janot Medal (1989), the Nagai Award (1990), the American Pharmaceutical Association (APhA), Research Achievement Award (1991), American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS) Research Achievement Award (1991), the Controlled Release Society (CRS) Founders Award (1993), the AAPS Dale E. Wurster Pharmaceutical Research Award (1996), the APhA Takeru Higuchi Research Prize (1997), and the AAPS Distinguished Pharmaceutical Scientist Award (1999) Edward Kremers Chair of Pharmacy. November 2006 he will be awarded the University of Wisconsin Citation. He is one of two School of Pharmacy Faculty members to win a University of Wisconsin Distinguished Teaching Award in 1980. He is a past-president of both the Controlled Release Society and the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS). He also was a founder of AAPS. Aside from the research awards, his legacy will be his commitment to his students, professional, graduate and postdoctoral. He was fond of saying, "My students are part of my family." He supervised 68 graduate students and postdoctoral scientists throughout his career. Memorial Services are planned for Saturday, Sept. 16, 2006, at 11 a.m. at the UW-SCHOOL OF PHARMACY RENNEBOHM HALL, 777 Highland Ave., Madison. In lieu of flowers, the family requests Memorial contributions be given to the U.W. Foundation School of Pharmacy under the name; Joseph and Bonna Robinson Graduate Student & Faculty Support Fund c/o: University of Wisconsin Foundation, P.O. Box 8860, Madison WI, 53708-8860.

Cress Funeral & Cremation Service 3610 Speedway Road (608) 238-3434

Sarver, Earl E.

DODGEVILLE/ MADISON/ PRAIRE DU SAC - Earl E. Sarver, age 85, of Dodgeville, formerly of Madison and Prairie du Sac, passed away on Friday, Sept. 8, 2006, at his home, following a brief illness. Funeral arrangements are pending with the Lulloff-Peterson-Houck Funeral Home, Dodgeville.

Lulloff-Peterson-Houck Funeral Home 608-935-3628

Scheel, Caed E.

MIDDLETON - Caed Edward Scheel, beloved son and brother, was born into the care of his Heavenly Father at 4:43 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 7, 2006. While his presence here will be deeply missed, we rejoice knowing he is with his Father in heaven. Caed is survived by his parents, Kevin and Arcadia Scheel; brother, Coel; grandparents, Stanley and Carol Scheel and C. Richard and Linda Deschane; uncle, Eric (Maggie) Scheel and their daughter, Zoe; aunt, Erika (Bryce) Dewsbury and their children, Kaija, Maggie and Bryce; and great-grandparents, Evelyn Scheel and John and Carol Pitman. Funeral services will be held at 12 noon on Tuesday, Sept. 12, 2006, at THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS, 701 Bear Claw Way, Madison, with Bishop Terry Walker officiating. Burial will follow in Forest Hill Cemetery. Friends may greet the family from 10:30 a.m. until the time of service on Tuesday at the church. A memorial fund will be set up in Caed's name at the UW Credit Union. The family wishes to thank the staff of the birthing center of St. Mary's Hospital.

Cress Funeral & Cremation Service 3610 Speedway Road (608) 238-3434

Smith, Mae M.

MOUNT HOREB - Mae M. Smith, age 91, of Mount Horeb, died on Wednesday, Sept. 6, 2006. She was born on April 9, 1915, in Oklahoma, to James W. and Minnie Mae (Bond) Dove. She married Clarence A. Smith in El Paso, Texas, in 1939. Clarence preceded her in death in 1964. Mae is survived by her four children, Myron (Marieta) Smith of Monroe, Julia Sutter of Mount Horeb, Celeste Smith of Mount Horeb, and Elaine (Gary) Anderson of South Dakota; her 10 grandchildren; her two great-grandchildren; her beloved sister, Faye Smith of Texas; her special niece, Vivian Olson; and many, many nieces and nephews. She was also preceded in death by seven brothers and a sister. A private funeral Mass and burial were held at Holy Redeemer Catholic Church in Perry Township. The Ellestad Funeral Home, Mount Horeb, is serving the family.

(608) 437-5077

Swan, Sharon A.

MADISON/MOUNT HOREB - Sharon A. Swan, age 63, of Madison, died on Friday, Sept. 8, 2006, at the Don and Marilyn Anderson HospiceCare Center. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 16, 2006, at the ELLESTAD FUNERAL HOME, 500 N. Eighth St., Mount Horeb. Friends may call from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 15, 2006, at the Ellestad Funeral Home in Mount Horeb.

(608) 437-5077

Zeisig, Marilyn "Lyn"

MILWAUKEE - Marilyn "Lyn" Zeisig, of Milwaukee, passed away at a Milwaukee hospital on Wednesday, Aug. 2, 2006, after a brief battle with cancer. Lyn was born and raised in Mount Horeb, the daughter of Martin and Esther (Ranum) Tollund. She graduated from Mount Horeb High School and attended Beloit College, where she was a member of Delta Delta Delta Sorority. Lyn worked as a secretary in her father's law office for a time and then worked at the Legislative Library at the Capitol in Madison. She then moved to Milwaukee, where she was employed as executive secretary to the CEO of Cramer-Krasselt Advertising and later worked for the Milwaukee Association of Commerce. Lyn is survived by her sister, Jan (Bob) Gay of Madison; her brother, Bob (Janet) Tollund of Bloomington, Minn.; nephews, Andrew (Dannelle) Gay of Sun Prairie, Eric Tollund of Denver, Colo. and Patrick Shanahan of Bloomington, Minn.; and a grand niece, Sarah Lyn Gay of Sun Prairie, whose baptism Lyn was able to attend in Madison on July 30. She was preceded in death by her parents; a sister-in-law, Karen (Dysart) Tollund; and her husband, Edmond F. Zeisig, a prominent Milwaukee attorney. Lyn's many interests included sports, travel, her family, friends and her dogs. She took an interest in fencing in her early years in Milwaukee and competed for the Shorewood Fencing Club. Her husband was well known in fencing circles as a competitor, coach, official and committee member at many levels, including the U.S. Olympic Fencing Committee. Together they traveled to all parts of the world and after Edmond died, Lyn continued to travel. Her regret was that she had been to all of the continents except Antarctica and she was gathering travel brochures on tours to Antarctica when she became ill. Lyn took great interest in her nephews and their activities and attended all of their graduation events and other special occasions where they were involved. She was thrilled at the arrival of her grand niece and in spite of her failing health, made a supreme effort to attend Sarah Lyn's baptism, just three days before she died. Lyn delighted in maintaining traditions with friends and insisted on observing gatherings on an annual, and even weekly, basis. In addition to her loyalty and love for family and friends, Lyn was devoted to her dogs, Misty, and later, Sammy. They provided Lyn with so much companionship when she otherwise lived alone and she gave them all the loving care and respect she would have if they had been family. Lyn was laid to rest next to her husband in a private service of remembrance on Monday, Aug. 7, 2006, at Forest Home Cemetery in Milwaukee. Feerick Funeral Home of Shorewood handled the arrangements.

Ziegler, James O.

DEFOREST - James O. Ziegler, age 65, passed away at his home on Saturday, Sept. 9, 2006, surrounded by his loving family. Funeral arrangements are pending. A full obituary will appear in Monday's paper.

Ryan Funeral Home & Cremation Services Windsor/DeForest Chapel 6924 Lake Road 608-846-4250

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