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Boston Funeral Home and Crematory

1649 Briggs Street
Stevens Point, WI 54481
(715) 344-4223
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Catholic Cemetery Association Inc

3241 Prais Street
Stevens Point, WI 54481
(715) 341-3236
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Pisarski Dzikoski Funeral Home and Crematory

703 2nd Street
Stevens Point, WI 54481
(715) 344-4595
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Obituary — June 14, 2017 - Sequim Gazette

Monday, June 19, 2017

Mark and Michael. They also adopted a son, John-Paul and a daughter Teresa. Carolyn and James were married nearly 34 years, divorcing in 2001. James passed away in January 2017 in Stevens Point, Wisconsin.In 2001 Carolyn moved from Wisconsin to Seaside Oregon to bravely begin her life anew at the age of 55 years. There she met Richard Hempel in the fall of 2003, and they were joined in marriage under the auspices of the Episcopal Church on June 12th, 2005. She enjoyed a great many activities and endeavors, among them travel, cooking, gardening, tennis, decorating, dancing, and quilting. She also had a life long passion for the art of Iconography.During her lifetime she traveled over much of Europe, some of Asia, to Canada and Alaska; and several times to the Hawaiian Islands.Carolyn and Richard moved to Sequim Washington in April 2007, partly as the result of an ill fated attempt to reside in Victoria, B.C., where the Canadian Immigration authorities rejected them. It was a “very fortunate” episode because they discovered Sequim. The warm and wonderful reception and hospitality that they experienced at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church played a large part in their decision to make Sequim their home. They purchased a house built in 1976 in the beautiful Sunland Community, and Carolyn lovingly remodeled and redecorated it into their “perfect home.”Carolyn Marie was a truly generous and loving person and a fervent practicing Christian. Among her activities and accomplishments was participating as a server in Christian soup kitchens in Seattle and Wisconsin, functioning as a foster parent, being a coordinating member of the Square Dance community of the Olympic Peninsula; and she was also an avid supporter of the Boys & Girls Club, the Habitat for Humanity, the Sequim Food Bank, and the Community Foundation of Sequim Dungeness Valley.Carolyn functioned as the Chairperson of the Sunland Golf and Country Club’s Social Committee for two years. She was a member of NAMI (National Association for Mental Illness), and a major contributor to the Clallam County VeteranÕs Standdowns. She was an involved member of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, and along with a group of other dedicated women in the church, they produced well over a thousand prayer quilts for wounded military veterans across Washington state; as well as, prayer quilts for ill members of the church and their families, neighbors, and friends.Carol...

Obituary: Joseph J. Bilgrien - Chippewa Herald

Monday, March 13, 2017

Air Force Commendation Medal for working with orphans.On May 28, 1966, he was ordained as a priest; he was called to serve at St. Joe’s Catholic Church of Menomonee, Wis., St. Stephen’s Church in Stevens Point, Wis., St. Mary’s Church of Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., and St. Lawrence Church of Wisconsin Rapids. He was also the Family Life Director for the Diocese of La Crosse, Wis., and co-founded the Family Center Inc., in Wisconsin Rapids for abused women and children.On November 6h, 1988, Joseph married the love of his life, Rosemary Czappa and they had 28 beautiful years together. Joseph worked as a psychotherapist for the University of Minnesota Medical Center of Fairview, Minn. He also worked for the Lutheran Social Services of Wisconsin. He co-founded Grace Place shelter in Somerset, Wis., for homeless people. Joseph and Rosemary lived in Somerset from 1990 to 2010. Joseph and Rosemary moved to Rochester in 2010, where they remained until he passed.Joseph will be dearly missed by his loving wife, Rosemary; his stepchildren, Shawn (Kim) Thomas and their children, Austin and Delany. He is further survived by his siblings Louise, Conrad, Judy and Paula.He was preceded in death by his parent; and siblings, Earl Jr., Rosemarie, Guy Paul and Linda. Get breaking news sent instantly to your inbox .whatcounts-form-container.well { padding-bottom: 5px; } .whatcounts-form-container .left-col, .whatcounts-form-container .right-col{ float: left; width: 100%; max-width: 345px; } .whatcounts-form-container .left-col{ margin-right: 20px; } .whatcounts-form-container .whatcounts-min .left-col{ max-width: n...

Lt. Col. Tim Donovan was voice of Wisconsin National Guard - Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Monday, February 20, 2017

He was truly an advocate for them."Donovan's Wisconsin Army National Guard career spanned 38 years, beginning in 1971 as a cannoneer in Battery C, 1st Battalion, 120th Field Artillery in Stevens Point. Two years later, he transferred to the 112th Public Information Detachment, which later became the 112th Public Affairs Detachment in Madison, joining the field that would define his military career.In his first year in the public information unit, Donovan established the first radio station — a low-powered, AM-frequency short-range signal — to serve Wisconsin Army National Guard soldiers during annual training at Fort McCoy.p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 17.3px 0.0px; font: 17.0px Times}He earned a direct commission to first lieutenant in 1978, and four years later took command of the 112th Public Affairs Detachment, a position he held for 11 years. Donovan deployed to Saudi Arabia in November 1990 during Operation Desert Shield and to Somalia in 1993.In May 1993, Donovan transferred to the state headquarters, where he served in the public affairs office as a plans officer, assistant public affairs officer and, beginning in January 1996, as public affairs director. His last assignment was deploying to Iraq as public affairs officer with the 32nd Infantry Brigade Combat Team in 2009-'10. After retiring from the National Guard, he became the public affairs chief at the Madison Veterans Affairs Hospital.Sometimes gruff and always to the point, Donovan was a perfectionist who didn't sugarcoat things. He frequently told commanders that bad news was like fish — the older it gets, the worse it smells, said Denson.He was a mentor to many military public affairs specialists and set the standards for the state's response to war and casualties, communicating not just with elected officials but troops, employers, families and the public, said Jackie Guthrie, who was hired by Donovan and succeeded him as the guard's public affairs director."He was very well-respected by many leaders and sought out by leaders," said Guthrie, director of government affairs for the guard.After a bust of Michelle Witmer was unveiled at the guard's headquarters in Madison in 2005, the families of Wisconsin's fallen heroes were invited to the event. Gov. Jim Doyle asked them to the governor's mansion for a cookout after the ceremony, which turned into an annual holiday gathering for the families that continues."That was one of the many events that Tim planted the seed for and has continued to blossom. Tim did all that without fanfare," said Guthrie.A funeral is scheduled for March 11 at Ryan Funeral Home, 2418 N. Sherman Ave., Madison.Read or Share this story: http://on.jsonl.in/2kb1JEX...

Death and Funeral Notices for Nov. 3 - Tyler Morning Telegraph

Monday, November 14, 2016

A. Crim. Henderson.DAVID HAWKINS, 67, Tyler, died Oct. 29. Community Funeral Home of Tyler.LEROY HORTON, 74, Tyler, died Oct. 27. John R. Har­mon Undertaking Co., Tyler.ALAMO LUCILLE JENKINS, 102, Stevens Point, Wisconsin, formerly of Tyler, died Oct. 28. Boston Funeral Home, Stevens Point, Wisconsin.BILLY RAY JONES, 73, Tyler, died Oct. 31. Community Funeral Home of Tyler.MARY KATHERINE (COLE) KAUL, 86, Meadows Place, died Oct. 30. Caudle-Rutledge-Daugherty Funeral Home, Lindale.SHERRY FAYE PIPKINS, 62, Tyler, died Oct. 19. Com­munity Funeral Home of Tyler.MARY DALE THOMAS, 83, Tyler, died Oct. 30. Stewart Family Funeral Home, Tyler. Visitation 11:30 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 12, at Marvin United Methodist Church.JOHN HENRY WHITE, 82, Lake Palestine, died Oct. 31. Stewart Family Funeral Home, Tyler. Visitation 10-11 a.m. Saturday at funeral home.INEZ VEDOT (WIMBERLY) WILSON, 75, Overton, died Oct. 28. Cottle-Pearson Funeral Home, Overton.FUNERALS TODAYRONNIE CHARLES TAYLOR, 63, Dallas, formerly of Tyler; Wake 7-7:45 Thursday at Evergreen Funeral Home. Funeral service 1 p.m. Friday at Evergreen Funeral Home 6449 University Hills Blvd. Dallas.FUNERALS TOMORROWCARL MAYFIELD, 74, Winona; Viewing noon-7 p.m. Thursday at Community Funeral Home of Tyler. Funeral service noon Friday at Powell Chapel Baptist Church. Community Funeral Home of Tyler.DAVID THOMAS SHIVELY, 81, Grand Saline; Memorial service 2 p.m. Friday at...

Lawrence D. “Butch” Hildebrandt - Hub City Times

Monday, November 14, 2016

He is further survived by his sisters, Terry Akkerman of Wisconsin Rapids, Karen (Dale) Krasselt of Chili and Margaret “Peg” (David) Grimm of Arpin, and his brothers, James (Barbara) Hildebrandt of Stevens Point, Joseph (Nancy) Hildebrandt and Michael (Ruth) Hildebrandt, all of Chili and Thomas Hildebrandt of Marshfield and many nieces and nephews.He was predeceased by his parents, Lawrence and Anne Hildebrandt, a son, Brian L. Hildebrandt, a brother, Charles “Chuck” Hildebrandt and his in-laws, Burdett and Virginia McNaul.Memorials may be designated in his name to Ministry Home Care Hospice or Our Lady of Peace Catholic Church. Condolences may be sent online to www.rembsfh.com.

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Obituary — June 14, 2017 - Sequim Gazette

Monday, June 19, 2017

Mark and Michael. They also adopted a son, John-Paul and a daughter Teresa. Carolyn and James were married nearly 34 years, divorcing in 2001. James passed away in January 2017 in Stevens Point, Wisconsin.In 2001 Carolyn moved from Wisconsin to Seaside Oregon to bravely begin her life anew at the age of 55 years. There she met Richard Hempel in the fall of 2003, and they were joined in marriage under the auspices of the Episcopal Church on June 12th, 2005. She enjoyed a great many activities and endeavors, among them travel, cooking, gardening, tennis, decorating, dancing, and quilting. She also had a life long passion for the art of Iconography.During her lifetime she traveled over much of Europe, some of Asia, to Canada and Alaska; and several times to the Hawaiian Islands.Carolyn and Richard moved to Sequim Washington in April 2007, partly as the result of an ill fated attempt to reside in Victoria, B.C., where the Canadian Immigration authorities rejected them. It was a “very fortunate” episode because they discovered Sequim. The warm and wonderful reception and hospitality that they experienced at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church played a large part in their decision to make Sequim their home. They purchased a house built in 1976 in the beautiful Sunland Community, and Carolyn lovingly remodeled and redecorated it into their “perfect home.”Carolyn Marie was a truly generous and loving person and a fervent practicing Christian. Among her activities and accomplishments was participating as a server in Christian soup kitchens in Seattle and Wisconsin, functioning as a foster parent, being a coordinating member of the Square Dance community of the Olympic Peninsula; and she was also an avid supporter of the Boys & Girls Club, the Habitat for Humanity, the Sequim Food Bank, and the Community Foundation of Sequim Dungeness Valley.Carolyn functioned as the Chairperson of the Sunland Golf and Country Club’s Social Committee for two years. She was a member of NAMI (National Association for Mental Illness), and a major contributor to the Clallam County VeteranÕs Standdowns. She was an involved member of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, and along with a group of other dedicated women in the church, they produced well over a thousand prayer quilts for wounded military veterans across Washington state; as well as, prayer quilts for ill members of the church and their families, neighbors, and friends.Carol...

Obituary: Joseph J. Bilgrien - Chippewa Herald

Monday, March 13, 2017

Air Force Commendation Medal for working with orphans.On May 28, 1966, he was ordained as a priest; he was called to serve at St. Joe’s Catholic Church of Menomonee, Wis., St. Stephen’s Church in Stevens Point, Wis., St. Mary’s Church of Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., and St. Lawrence Church of Wisconsin Rapids. He was also the Family Life Director for the Diocese of La Crosse, Wis., and co-founded the Family Center Inc., in Wisconsin Rapids for abused women and children.On November 6h, 1988, Joseph married the love of his life, Rosemary Czappa and they had 28 beautiful years together. Joseph worked as a psychotherapist for the University of Minnesota Medical Center of Fairview, Minn. He also worked for the Lutheran Social Services of Wisconsin. He co-founded Grace Place shelter in Somerset, Wis., for homeless people. Joseph and Rosemary lived in Somerset from 1990 to 2010. Joseph and Rosemary moved to Rochester in 2010, where they remained until he passed.Joseph will be dearly missed by his loving wife, Rosemary; his stepchildren, Shawn (Kim) Thomas and their children, Austin and Delany. He is further survived by his siblings Louise, Conrad, Judy and Paula.He was preceded in death by his parent; and siblings, Earl Jr., Rosemarie, Guy Paul and Linda. Get breaking news sent instantly to your inbox .whatcounts-form-container.well { padding-bottom: 5px; } .whatcounts-form-container .left-col, .whatcounts-form-container .right-col{ float: left; width: 100%; max-width: 345px; } .whatcounts-form-container .left-col{ margin-right: 20px; } .whatcounts-form-container .whatcounts-min .left-col{ max-width: n...

Lt. Col. Tim Donovan was voice of Wisconsin National Guard - Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Monday, February 20, 2017

He was truly an advocate for them."Donovan's Wisconsin Army National Guard career spanned 38 years, beginning in 1971 as a cannoneer in Battery C, 1st Battalion, 120th Field Artillery in Stevens Point. Two years later, he transferred to the 112th Public Information Detachment, which later became the 112th Public Affairs Detachment in Madison, joining the field that would define his military career.In his first year in the public information unit, Donovan established the first radio station — a low-powered, AM-frequency short-range signal — to serve Wisconsin Army National Guard soldiers during annual training at Fort McCoy.p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 17.3px 0.0px; font: 17.0px Times}He earned a direct commission to first lieutenant in 1978, and four years later took command of the 112th Public Affairs Detachment, a position he held for 11 years. Donovan deployed to Saudi Arabia in November 1990 during Operation Desert Shield and to Somalia in 1993.In May 1993, Donovan transferred to the state headquarters, where he served in the public affairs office as a plans officer, assistant public affairs officer and, beginning in January 1996, as public affairs director. His last assignment was deploying to Iraq as public affairs officer with the 32nd Infantry Brigade Combat Team in 2009-'10. After retiring from the National Guard, he became the public affairs chief at the Madison Veterans Affairs Hospital.Sometimes gruff and always to the point, Donovan was a perfectionist who didn't sugarcoat things. He frequently told commanders that bad news was like fish — the older it gets, the worse it smells, said Denson.He was a mentor to many military public affairs specialists and set the standards for the state's response to war and casualties, communicating not just with elected officials but troops, employers, families and the public, said Jackie Guthrie, who was hired by Donovan and succeeded him as the guard's public affairs director."He was very well-respected by many leaders and sought out by leaders," said Guthrie, director of government affairs for the guard.After a bust of Michelle Witmer was unveiled at the guard's headquarters in Madison in 2005, the families of Wisconsin's fallen heroes were invited to the event. Gov. Jim Doyle asked them to the governor's mansion for a cookout after the ceremony, which turned into an annual holiday gathering for the families that continues."That was one of the many events that Tim planted the seed for and has continued to blossom. Tim did all that without fanfare," said Guthrie.A funeral is scheduled for March 11 at Ryan Funeral Home, 2418 N. Sherman Ave., Madison.Read or Share this story: http://on.jsonl.in/2kb1JEX...

Death and Funeral Notices for Nov. 3 - Tyler Morning Telegraph

Monday, November 14, 2016

A. Crim. Henderson.DAVID HAWKINS, 67, Tyler, died Oct. 29. Community Funeral Home of Tyler.LEROY HORTON, 74, Tyler, died Oct. 27. John R. Har­mon Undertaking Co., Tyler.ALAMO LUCILLE JENKINS, 102, Stevens Point, Wisconsin, formerly of Tyler, died Oct. 28. Boston Funeral Home, Stevens Point, Wisconsin.BILLY RAY JONES, 73, Tyler, died Oct. 31. Community Funeral Home of Tyler.MARY KATHERINE (COLE) KAUL, 86, Meadows Place, died Oct. 30. Caudle-Rutledge-Daugherty Funeral Home, Lindale.SHERRY FAYE PIPKINS, 62, Tyler, died Oct. 19. Com­munity Funeral Home of Tyler.MARY DALE THOMAS, 83, Tyler, died Oct. 30. Stewart Family Funeral Home, Tyler. Visitation 11:30 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 12, at Marvin United Methodist Church.JOHN HENRY WHITE, 82, Lake Palestine, died Oct. 31. Stewart Family Funeral Home, Tyler. Visitation 10-11 a.m. Saturday at funeral home.INEZ VEDOT (WIMBERLY) WILSON, 75, Overton, died Oct. 28. Cottle-Pearson Funeral Home, Overton.FUNERALS TODAYRONNIE CHARLES TAYLOR, 63, Dallas, formerly of Tyler; Wake 7-7:45 Thursday at Evergreen Funeral Home. Funeral service 1 p.m. Friday at Evergreen Funeral Home 6449 University Hills Blvd. Dallas.FUNERALS TOMORROWCARL MAYFIELD, 74, Winona; Viewing noon-7 p.m. Thursday at Community Funeral Home of Tyler. Funeral service noon Friday at Powell Chapel Baptist Church. Community Funeral Home of Tyler.DAVID THOMAS SHIVELY, 81, Grand Saline; Memorial service 2 p.m. Friday at...

Lawrence D. “Butch” Hildebrandt - Hub City Times

Monday, November 14, 2016

He is further survived by his sisters, Terry Akkerman of Wisconsin Rapids, Karen (Dale) Krasselt of Chili and Margaret “Peg” (David) Grimm of Arpin, and his brothers, James (Barbara) Hildebrandt of Stevens Point, Joseph (Nancy) Hildebrandt and Michael (Ruth) Hildebrandt, all of Chili and Thomas Hildebrandt of Marshfield and many nieces and nephews.He was predeceased by his parents, Lawrence and Anne Hildebrandt, a son, Brian L. Hildebrandt, a brother, Charles “Chuck” Hildebrandt and his in-laws, Burdett and Virginia McNaul.Memorials may be designated in his name to Ministry Home Care Hospice or Our Lady of Peace Catholic Church. Condolences may be sent online to www.rembsfh.com.