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Cotter Funeral Home

860 North Webster Avenue
De Pere, WI 54115
(920) 336-8702
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Mikota Bryan

305 North 10th Street
De Pere, WI 54115
(920) 336-3171
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Ryan Funeral Home & Crematory

305 North Tenth Street
De Pere, WI 54115
(920) 336-3171
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Ryan Funeral Home marks 90 years - Green Bay Press Gazette

Monday, August 29, 2016

Sunday. From left, partner Scott Baeten, President Joe Schinkten and funeral director Joe Vanden Avond.(Photo: Jeff Bollier/USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin)Buy PhotoDE PERE - Scott Baeten grew up a few blocks from Ryan Funeral Home and Crematory on the city’s west side.Baeten, now a partner in the business, said everyone knew the business as a cornerstone of the community since it opened in the 1920s.“Ryan’s has always been known for its community and family focus,” Baeten said. “We’ve had such a tradition handed to us. It’s an honor to carry it forward.”There’s also a responsibility that comes with helping families and friends grieve when loved ones die. When that business is about to turn 90,  that much history only adds to the weight they carry, the company's president, Joe Schinkten, said.“It’s almost a stewardship,” Schinkten said. “There’s a responsibility to steering the ship.”Robert A. Ryan, a Rockland dairy farmer, founded the business in August 1926 and opened its first location at the corner of Reid and Second streets in downtown De Pere in 1927. Jim Dillon took over the business when Ryan died in 1941, running it until Ryan’s son, Robert B. Ryan, joined the business in 1950.The business sold...

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Ryan Funeral Home marks 90 years - Green Bay Press Gazette

Monday, August 29, 2016

Sunday. From left, partner Scott Baeten, President Joe Schinkten and funeral director Joe Vanden Avond.(Photo: Jeff Bollier/USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin)Buy PhotoDE PERE - Scott Baeten grew up a few blocks from Ryan Funeral Home and Crematory on the city’s west side.Baeten, now a partner in the business, said everyone knew the business as a cornerstone of the community since it opened in the 1920s.“Ryan’s has always been known for its community and family focus,” Baeten said. “We’ve had such a tradition handed to us. It’s an honor to carry it forward.”There’s also a responsibility that comes with helping families and friends grieve when loved ones die. When that business is about to turn 90,  that much history only adds to the weight they carry, the company's president, Joe Schinkten, said.“It’s almost a stewardship,” Schinkten said. “There’s a responsibility to steering the ship.”Robert A. Ryan, a Rockland dairy farmer, founded the business in August 1926 and opened its first location at the corner of Reid and Second streets in downtown De Pere in 1927. Jim Dillon took over the business when Ryan died in 1941, running it until Ryan’s son, Robert B. Ryan, joined the business in 1950.The business sold...