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Vera enjoyed working with the women of Riverview making quilts for the Apache mission in Arizona.
Henry and his wife Sandra, of Alta, Iowa; Ruth Ann and her Rev. Paul, and David Marggraf and their wives Kathy, Meg, and fiancé Jeanine; Henry and Richard Kuhn and Laura Mullins and their spouses Francine, Debbie, and Scott; Rev.
Roger Sprain, of Sun Lakes, Arizona; and Barbara and her husband Greg Campbell of Tampa, Florida. John Sprain, Becky Schoeneck, Debbie Spaude, and their spouses Vicki, Tim, and Rev. He was born on May 28, 1929, in Enid, Okla., the youngest child of the late Charles and Frances Snyder. He was a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and worked for the public accounting firms of Peat, Marwick, Mitchell & Co.
In addition to his wife of 56 years, Jean Snyder; he is survived by four daughters, Karen (Ralph Giannola) Snyder of Richmond, Va., Kathryn (Rev. During his 44 year career educating our youth and teachers, Dr.
Craig) Wolfgram of Wisconsin Dells, Elizabeth (Rex Davenport) Snyder of Kenosha, and Patricia (Steve Stockton) Snyder of Atlanta, Ga.; along with his grandchildren, Caitlin Wolfgram and Nicholas Stockton. Werstler served the Northwestern School District of Clark County, Lakewood Ohio Schools, the Cleveland Heights-University Heights Schools, the School of Education at Central Michigan University and on the board of directors at Carthage College. Werstler served as Chairman of the Professional Division of Teacher Education at Adrian College. Werstler returned to Stark County to serve as the Executive Director of The Mc Kinley Museum of History, Science and Industry and the Mc Kinley National Memorial where he oversaw the restoration of the monument, construction of the Discover World exhibit and completion of the Street of Shops. Werstler participated in various capacities on the Wolverine Council of the Boy Scouts of America, Kiwanis International, the Michigan State Board of Education, the Association of Independent Colleges and Universities of Michigan, the Graduate Deans of Michigan Colleges and Universities and the State Department of Education in Ohio.
He was preceded in death by his parents; sister, Lorene (Wymer); brother, Loren; son-in-law, Sam (Santell); and granddaughter, Rachael. After leaving the bank she worked for another 10 years at Carthage College in the Office of the Registrar, until her retirement.
Natalie "Nellie" Williams — Kenosha , Natalie "Nellie" Williams, 90, of Kenosha died peacefully on Oct. Nellie volunteered for over 20 years at United Hospital System-Kenosha and Hospice Alliance in Pleasant Prairie.
He attended Carthage College in Kenosha, WI, where he obtained a Liberal Arts Degree with a Major in History. Sharlene was a teacher in the Harlem School District for many years and at Auburn High School, retiring in 2007.
Billy was the most dedicated and fun-spirited Carthage College Red Men Volleyball fan. She was a choir director for several local churches and a member of Cross and Crown Lutheran Church.
She was baptized into the Christian faith September 16 of that year at the Lutheran Christus Kirche, in West Bloomfield, Wisconsin.
The family lived in the town of Saxeville for about 6 years; then in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan for 6 years; then in northern Minnesota for a year. The family then moved to Waupaca, Wisconsin, and a year later to Antigo, Wisconsin.
In recent years, however, he also cheered for the Green Bay Packers, though he never completely gave up on his first love.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating