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307 South Knowles Avenue
New Richmond, WI 54017
(715) 246-2154
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307 South Arch Avenue
New Richmond, WI 54017
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James L. “Jim” Roush, 47, Clear Lake - WJON News

Monday, June 19, 2017

He was a proud member of the Clearwater Masonic Lodge #28.Jim is survived by his parents, Tom and Nancy Roush of Polk City, FL; siblings Angie (Daniel) Wilkinson of New Richmond, WI and Tim Jackson of Clear Lake, MN; nephews and nieces, Justin, Ariel, Zachary, Kaylee, and Brandon; and great nieces Brooklyn, Linnell, and Harper.He was preceded in death by his mother in 1982.

Frances Schilling, 83 - The Clermont Sun

Sunday, February 12, 2017

Jack Powers, Lorene Kehrt and Illene Foote.Visitation will be held from 6:00 to 8 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 10 at E.C. Nurre Funeral Home, 200 Western Avenue, New Richmond. Funeral service will be 11 a.m. on Saturday at the funeral home. Interment will follow at Laurel Cemetery in Monroe Township.Please sign her online tribute wall at www.ecnurre.com.

James Abbott, 81 - The Clermont Sun

Monday, January 16, 2017

Author: Administrator    Filed Under: ObituariesJames Roland,“Jim” Abbott, 81, husband of Patricia Lay Abbott, died Thurs., Dec. 29, 2016 at Baptist Health Lexington. Born Feb. 1, 1935 in New Richmond, OH, he was the son of the late Carroll Russell and Velma Grace Dial Abbott. Mr. Abbott was a general contractor, retired from Congleton-Hacker, a member of Second Presbyterian Church, and previously served on the Lexington Public Library Board. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge, Scottish Rite and the Oleika Shrine Temple. Survivors other than his wife include two daughters, Barbara Kemp and Kathleen Motyka, both of Lexington, KY; four grandchildren, Jennifer (Bill) Longworth, Lexington, KY; Cindy (Cason Nelson) Kemp, Louisville, KY, Emily (Corey) Lewis, Berea, KY and Luke (Mary Kirk) Holbrook, Lexington, KY; five great grandchildren, Jill, Rebekah, Neleh, Harry, and Mary Abbott “Abby”; and his beloved cat, GeGe.Masonic and funeral services were held 12:30 pm Tues., Jan. 3, 2017 at Kerr Brothers Funeral Home, Harrodsburg Rd. in Lexington, KY by Rev. Russell Abbott III. Burial followed in Lexington Cemetery.Visitation was held 5-7 pm Mon. at the funeral home. Memorial contribution...

Obituary: Soft-spoken Tom Doar was a strong force in Twin Cities media - Minneapolis Star Tribune

Monday, July 11, 2016

He stood guard at the door of good journalism in those days, and protected us from outside interference and advertisers and politicians and just allowed us to do our jobs.”Doar was born and raised in New Richmond, Wis., and educated at St. Paul Academy, the University of Colorado and the University of Wisconsin Law School. He served in the U.S. Navy during World War II between 1943 and 1946, and joined his father’s law practice in 1947. His marriage to his first wife, Patricia, in 1948 lasted 59 years until her death.“He was an optimist,” said his daughter, Kathleen. “He was always singing ‘Oh, What a Beautiful Morning’ and toasting us kids with his orange juice.”Doar was soft-spoken, unassuming and humble, she said, but well-known in New Richmond where he earned the nickname “The Inspector” because of his strong interest in questioning people and getting to know them. He maintained the law practice there, but was increasingly drawn into the media and business world of the Twin Cities.By marriage, he joined the Murphy family that owned part of the Minneapolis Tribune and part of Midwest Radio Television Inc., license holder for WCCO radio and ­television. Ridder Publications and Minneapolis Star and Tribune owner John Cowles Jr. also owned part of the broadcasting company.As president of the family’s holding company from 1969 to 1980, Doar figured out a way for the cross-ownership of WCCO to be simplified through swapping ownership interests and a buyout, so that the broadcast company could separate from the newspapers in 1976. Doar became chairman of the newly formed MTC Properties Inc. in 1980 that owned 100 percent of WCCO until after he retired in 1990.Nancy Mate, former researcher and director of the WCCO-...

New Richmond honors Rick Hilt - The Clermont Sun

Monday, July 04, 2016

June 8th, 2016    Author: Administrator    Filed Under: NewsRichard HiltBy Megan AlleySun staffLongtime village of New Richmond councilman Richard Hilt passed away on May 31.“There is a void, there really is a void, and it will be hard to fill that void,” Mayor Ramona Carr said. “Rick was so easy going that, to me, he could work with anyone of any personality.”She added, “It’s going to be different without him.”Hilt served on the village council for more than 18 years, 10 of which he served as vice mayor, according to Carr.“To me, he was probably one of the most knowledgeable members that we had,” she said. “He would research and get the answers if he didn’t know them.”She added, “He was just a hardworking councilmember; he was truly dedicated to the position.”Hilt was diagnosed with idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis in March 2015, according to his daughter Heather Rockel, of Pierce Township.“For the last year, he’s been ill, and we didn’t know how ill he was,” Carr said.Rockel described the disease as “very aggressive.”“They have no cure for it, and because it’s idiopathic, they don’t know what causes...

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James L. “Jim” Roush, 47, Clear Lake - WJON News

Monday, June 19, 2017

He was a proud member of the Clearwater Masonic Lodge #28.Jim is survived by his parents, Tom and Nancy Roush of Polk City, FL; siblings Angie (Daniel) Wilkinson of New Richmond, WI and Tim Jackson of Clear Lake, MN; nephews and nieces, Justin, Ariel, Zachary, Kaylee, and Brandon; and great nieces Brooklyn, Linnell, and Harper.He was preceded in death by his mother in 1982.

Frances Schilling, 83 - The Clermont Sun

Sunday, February 12, 2017

Jack Powers, Lorene Kehrt and Illene Foote.Visitation will be held from 6:00 to 8 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 10 at E.C. Nurre Funeral Home, 200 Western Avenue, New Richmond. Funeral service will be 11 a.m. on Saturday at the funeral home. Interment will follow at Laurel Cemetery in Monroe Township.Please sign her online tribute wall at www.ecnurre.com.

James Abbott, 81 - The Clermont Sun

Monday, January 16, 2017

Author: Administrator    Filed Under: ObituariesJames Roland,“Jim” Abbott, 81, husband of Patricia Lay Abbott, died Thurs., Dec. 29, 2016 at Baptist Health Lexington. Born Feb. 1, 1935 in New Richmond, OH, he was the son of the late Carroll Russell and Velma Grace Dial Abbott. Mr. Abbott was a general contractor, retired from Congleton-Hacker, a member of Second Presbyterian Church, and previously served on the Lexington Public Library Board. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge, Scottish Rite and the Oleika Shrine Temple. Survivors other than his wife include two daughters, Barbara Kemp and Kathleen Motyka, both of Lexington, KY; four grandchildren, Jennifer (Bill) Longworth, Lexington, KY; Cindy (Cason Nelson) Kemp, Louisville, KY, Emily (Corey) Lewis, Berea, KY and Luke (Mary Kirk) Holbrook, Lexington, KY; five great grandchildren, Jill, Rebekah, Neleh, Harry, and Mary Abbott “Abby”; and his beloved cat, GeGe.Masonic and funeral services were held 12:30 pm Tues., Jan. 3, 2017 at Kerr Brothers Funeral Home, Harrodsburg Rd. in Lexington, KY by Rev. Russell Abbott III. Burial followed in Lexington Cemetery.Visitation was held 5-7 pm Mon. at the funeral home. Memorial contribution...

Obituary: Soft-spoken Tom Doar was a strong force in Twin Cities media - Minneapolis Star Tribune

Monday, July 11, 2016

He stood guard at the door of good journalism in those days, and protected us from outside interference and advertisers and politicians and just allowed us to do our jobs.”Doar was born and raised in New Richmond, Wis., and educated at St. Paul Academy, the University of Colorado and the University of Wisconsin Law School. He served in the U.S. Navy during World War II between 1943 and 1946, and joined his father’s law practice in 1947. His marriage to his first wife, Patricia, in 1948 lasted 59 years until her death.“He was an optimist,” said his daughter, Kathleen. “He was always singing ‘Oh, What a Beautiful Morning’ and toasting us kids with his orange juice.”Doar was soft-spoken, unassuming and humble, she said, but well-known in New Richmond where he earned the nickname “The Inspector” because of his strong interest in questioning people and getting to know them. He maintained the law practice there, but was increasingly drawn into the media and business world of the Twin Cities.By marriage, he joined the Murphy family that owned part of the Minneapolis Tribune and part of Midwest Radio Television Inc., license holder for WCCO radio and ­television. Ridder Publications and Minneapolis Star and Tribune owner John Cowles Jr. also owned part of the broadcasting company.As president of the family’s holding company from 1969 to 1980, Doar figured out a way for the cross-ownership of WCCO to be simplified through swapping ownership interests and a buyout, so that the broadcast company could separate from the newspapers in 1976. Doar became chairman of the newly formed MTC Properties Inc. in 1980 that owned 100 percent of WCCO until after he retired in 1990.Nancy Mate, former researcher and director of the WCCO-...

New Richmond honors Rick Hilt - The Clermont Sun

Monday, July 04, 2016

June 8th, 2016    Author: Administrator    Filed Under: NewsRichard HiltBy Megan AlleySun staffLongtime village of New Richmond councilman Richard Hilt passed away on May 31.“There is a void, there really is a void, and it will be hard to fill that void,” Mayor Ramona Carr said. “Rick was so easy going that, to me, he could work with anyone of any personality.”She added, “It’s going to be different without him.”Hilt served on the village council for more than 18 years, 10 of which he served as vice mayor, according to Carr.“To me, he was probably one of the most knowledgeable members that we had,” she said. “He would research and get the answers if he didn’t know them.”She added, “He was just a hardworking councilmember; he was truly dedicated to the position.”Hilt was diagnosed with idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis in March 2015, according to his daughter Heather Rockel, of Pierce Township.“For the last year, he’s been ill, and we didn’t know how ill he was,” Carr said.Rockel described the disease as “very aggressive.”“They have no cure for it, and because it’s idiopathic, they don’t know what causes...