Kevin Jung

Kevin Robert Jung, age 66, of Buford passed away Friday, January 3, 2020.  Memorial service will be held 11:30 am Monday, January 20, 2020 at Lawson Funeral Home Chapel.  Pastor Kevin Elseroad will be officiating.  The family will receive friends 11:00 am Monday, January 20, 2020 at the funeral home.  Funeral arrangements by Lawson Funeral Home, 4532 Hwy 53, Hoschton, GA 30548,, 706-654-0966.

Kevin was a member of the Tardy 12 pledge class.

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John Petersen

November 3, 1946 – September 14, 2017

John Petersen, age 70, set off on his final “sail” in the early morning of September 14th, at home while in the arms of his loving wife, of 48 years, Lori Stevenson Petersen and surrounded with the love of his daughter Jana (Joe) Pingel, and son Steve (Megan) Petersen. Fondly known as “Papa J” to many especially his grandchildren Madison Pedersen, Liam, Kieran and Quinn Petersen, Kaeli and Bri Bohman and Connor Pingel, he had a special place in his heart for each one. His sister Linda “L.Sue” (Bill) Standage, brothers Mark (Sheryl) Petersen and Rick (Dana) Petersen along with his father Eugene J. Petersen kept in contact on a daily basis filling him with strength. Brother’s and sister’s in law George (Janet) Stevenson, Andy (Mary) Stevenson and Ed (Carol) Stevenson were loyal confidants and ready in any time of need. His beloved mother, Willa H. Petersen, and mother-in-law and father-in-law William (Grace) Stevenson beacons of faith and strength had preceded him in death. Loved by many nieces, nephews relatives and friends. His recently adopted rescue dog “J.J’ was instantly devoted to him.

John attended the then two room Bark River Grade School and later graduated in the first class of University Lake School both in Hartland, WI. He graduated with a B.S. Degree in Sociology from Carroll College, Waukesha 1969. He valued the friendships of his fellow Delta Rho Upsilon Fraternity brothers. Spanning more than 4 decades his entire work career was for one corporation known as Cooper Power Systems when he retired as Senior Buyer. He lived life to its fullest with a strong will and faith to carry on. John leaves us with a legacy of sailing memories accumulated over 61 years, many as the ACE of the E scows on Nagawicka Lake. He was twice Commodore of the Nagawicka Lake Yacht Club. He will be remembered for his determination and perseverance despite obstacles or ‘knocks in the wind’ “ Papa J” was not only a provider, but taught his family how to sail through life’s ups and downs with grace and faith. John also enjoyed playing Sheepshead with his friends, spending the winters downhill skiing in Michigan and enjoyed his summer’s best game of golf on the last day of his life. He loved watching the beautiful colors of the sunset come together after a long day.

Please join us in celebrating the life and legacy of John Petersen at the Delafield Presbyterian Church in Delafield, WI on Saturday October 21st with a visitation at 10 a.m. and service at 11a.m. Burial will be private at Arlington Park Cemetery, Milwaukee, WI.

Pagenkopf Funeral Home is assisting the family.
John was battling lung cancer and we are grateful for the care and concern he received from the medical team at UW Cancer Center at ProHealth in Pewaukee WI.
In lieu of flowers the family requests donations to:

Delafield Presbyterian Church Fund of Remembrance,
1851 Genesee Street, Delafield, WI 53018

Nagawicka Lake Yacht Club,
P.O. Box 154, Delafield, WI 53018
Memo: John Petersen Memorial Fund

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Scott Myren

May 17, 1980 – September 16, 2017

Passed away unexpectedly while on a canoeing trip on September 16, 2017 at the age of 37. Beloved husband and best friend of Jeanette (nee Radmer). Best daddy ever of Trevor and Zachary. Loving son of Kathy and Allen. Dearest brother of Trista (Brent) Roemer and Laura. Fun uncle of Raedine and Everly. Great son-in-law of Lloyd and Susan Radmer. Scott will be greatly missed by his aunts, uncles, cousins, God children and many friends.

Scott graduated from Warren Township High School in Gurnee, IL. He then went on to attend Carroll College where he was a member of Delta Rho Upsilon. Scott loved music, including singing in the choir and playing in the band. He was an avid soccer player throughout his high school and college years. He was a devoted member of St. Peter’s Lutheran Church where he served as an Elder. Scott was a diehard Packer fan, a Star Wars buff and loved to play Legos with Trevor and Zachary.

A Visitation will be held on Saturday September 23, 2017 at ST. PETER’S LUTHERAN CHURCH, 145 6th St. Waterford, from 11 AM until the time of Funeral Service at 3 PM. Private family burial will take place at a later date. In lieu of flowers, memorials to the family for Trevor and Zachary’s educations would be greatly appreciated.

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Ken Blue

January 27, 1961 — August 3, 2017

Kenneth “Ken” Blue passed away August 3, 2017 in Richmond, California of natural
causes. He was 56 years old.

Ken was born in Greeley, Colorado to Keith and Mary (Ball) Blue on January 27,
1961. He graduated from Arvada West High School in 1979 and from Carroll College
in Wisconsin in 1983 with a degree in Liberal Arts.

Ken was a programmer working for EDS, Accumen, and EW Blanche before joining the Contra Costa Library
system where he worked with children and seniors.

He was active with the Human Rights Coalition and the Southern Poverty Law Center. Ken enjoyed hiking
and climbing 14ers, he loved Colorado especially the Rocky Mountains. He enjoyed researching his
family’s genealogy and collecting photos and stories of family history. He was environmentally conscious
and very well informed.

Ken is survived by his mother Mary Blue of Longmont; his father Keith Blue of Denver; his sister Allison
Blue of Longmont; his aunts and uncles Kay (Frank) Backstrum of Ault, CO, Robert (Jan) Ball of Seaside,
OR, and Richard Ball of Loveland; and his cousins Sherri Jones of Salt Lake City, UT, Nicole Ball of Elk
Grove, CA, Lindsay Coulter and Laura Lee both of Portland, OR, Tiffany Zerges of New York City, NY,
Chris Ball of California and Erika Ball of Loveland.

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Donald Liebmann

March 4, 1952 — May 10, 2017

Donald Edward Liebmann found eternal peace and healing on May 10, 2017. Heaven
gained the most amazing husband, dad, grandpa, brother, uncle, friend, teacher,
coach, hunter and fisherman.

Born in Milwaukee on March 4, 1952, to Walter and Arline Liebmann, Don enjoyed
sports, hunting and fishing.

He met his wife Margaret “Peg” Liebmann at Carroll College. In their 40 years of marriage they raised
two daughters, Megan (Nick) McCoy and Melissa (Eric) Woolridge, and welcomed five grandchildren:
Cole, Anna, Emma, Brielle and Gavin.

Together, Don and Peg embarked on many family vacations, and cheered on countless baseball, basketball
and volleyball games. There are so many wonderful memories his girls will forever cherish, including
those still to be made at Don and Peg’s cabin on Archibald Lake.

He also shared his life with his loving siblings, Sue (Bill) Lazarski, Al (Linda) Liebmann and Judy (Ed) Peters;
brother-in-law, Russ Pitzner; many nephews and nieces, and great friends.
Don spent much of his life outdoors and was surrounded by others that enjoyed it just as much. He was
involved with the Oakland Conservation Club, Wisconsin Conservation Congress, WI Football Coaches
Association and the Cooksville Lutheran Dartball Team. He was a certified Wisconsin Hunter Safety Instructor
and Bow Hunter Safety Instructor.

As a well-respected teacher in the Johnson Creek School District for over 30 years, he earned one of the
first Teacher of the Year awards.

Don treasured every moment he spent with his grandchildren and whether a baseball game, dance recital
or night out fishing, we know he’ll still be with us. Words cannot express how much he is loved and
will be missed.

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Ryan Ringhand

Ryan R. Ringhand age 41 of Elkhorn, WI died on Friday June 17, 2016.  Ryan was born on April 7, 1975, son of Randall and Gloria (Gerber) Ringhand in Monroe, WI.  Ryan married his wife, Jennifer Kopinski on October 27, 2001 in Waukesha, WI.  In 2003 they moved to the Elkhorn area where they had been raising their two children.  Ryan was a member of the Delavan United Church of Christ; he was a Fraternity Brother of Delta Rho Upsilon, he loved the Green Bay Packers, he enjoyed playing sports with his children, and he very much enjoyed spending time with his kids, wife, and the rest of his family.  Ryan’s family would like to thank Gift of Hope for giving him the opportunity to donate to their cause.   Ryan is preceded in death by his grandparents; Werner Gerber Sr. and Hedwig Gerber.  Ryan is survived by his wife; Jennifer; his parents; Randall and Gloria Ringhand; his grandparents, Walter and Bernadine Ringhand; his children; Jacob Ryan and Brett Andrew Ringhand; brother; Chad (Brenda) Ringhand; and a nephew and niece; Logan and Kailyn Ringhand.

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Richard C. “Dick” Mouty

Richard C. “Dick” Mouty, 83, passed away July 7th after a brief illness. He was the beloved husband of Roberta for 61 years. Loving father of Jackie, Claudia, Kim, Rick and Kris; father-in-law to Ben, Doug, Jenny and Steve. Devoted grandfather of Jake, Beau, Colin, Kelsey, Carly, Connor, Griffin, Kristin, Ben and Maddie. He also leaves behind his brother Larry and sister Judy as well as a large extended family. On Friday, July 10th, at St. Bartholomew Church, 9375 Winton Rd, Cincinnati, visitation will begin at 10:00 am. At 11:00 am, the Mass of Christian Burial will celebrate his life. His burial will take place at Gate of Heaven Cemetery immediately after Mass. Memorial donations may be directed to The Poor Clares, 1505 Miles Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45231.

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Henry Wade – Fall 2000

Departed this Earth to be in the arms of our Lord on Tuesday, May 27, 2014, at the age of 32. Beloved son, brother, grandson, nephew and friend who has touched many with his laughter, smile and love. He will be remembered most for his angelic voice, open mind and most impor- tantly his big heart. Henry leaves behind to cherish his memory his parents Edward and Edith; brothers, Edward Jr., Louis, Aaron and Kevin; sisters, Michelle, Jennifer (Tim), Monica (Jason), Crystal (Brian); nephew and nieces, great-nephews grandmothers and a host of aunts, un- cles, cousins and friends.

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Mark Thompson – Spring 1983

Mark Thompson, age 50, passed away at Bellin Hospital in Green Bay on Friday, January 17, 2014, following a courageous battle with cancer. Mark was born in Green Bay on August 23, 1963, son of the late Marshall Thompson and Doris (Hansen) Thompson who still resides in Green Bay. Mark was a 1982 graduate of the Ashwaubenon High School, and received a de- gree from Carroll College in chemistry, and a degree from UW-Green Bay in computer science. Mark had a variety of interests. As a singer, he was a member of the church choir at the vari- ous churches he attended over the years, and was recently a member of newVoices. He loved history, especially war history, and was an avid player of strategy games. He enjoyed reading fantasy novels, Star Trek, and going to the Rennaisance Faire, where he was introduced to his future wife, Marcia. The couple married in Appleton on May 6, 2000.

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Rev. Dr. Emerson Abendroth

The Rev. Dr. Emerson I. “Abbey” Abendroth, 92, Overland Park, KS passed away October 30, 2013. Emerson I. Abendroth was the son of Irvin and Ethel Abendroth. He was born in Cam- bria, Wisconsin June 22, 1921 where he spent his early years. He graduated from Cambria High School. He had a B.A. degree from Carroll College, a B.D. degree from McCormick Theo- logical Seminary, an M.A. and ED.D. from Columbia University/ Union Theological Seminary. He was ordained as a Presbyterian Minister by Madison Presbytery in 1945. He was commis- sioned as a U.S. Navy Chaplain and served in both the Navy and Marine Corps, the latter in China. He married Juliann Davies in 1945 and they have been married more than 68 years. He dearly loved his family and his home. After his Navy Chaplaincy, he began an extended career in ministry in higher education.

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Delmont Louis

Delmont John (Del) Lohuis of North Chesterfield, VA died August 28, 2013. Mr. Lohuis was born on January 24, 1914 near Oostburg, WI. He was preceded in death by his wife, Charlotte Carolyn (nee Solack) and is survived by their children, Dr. Ardyth J. Lohuis of Richmond, VA; M. Arden (“Art”) Lohuis of Sequim, WA; Daryl Pulis (Mrs. W. H. Pulis, Jr.) of Alpharetta, GA; two grandsons, Thomas D. Lohuis of Anchorage, AK and John R. Lohuis of Portland, OR and two great-grandchildren.

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Gary Hartnett

Gary Paul Hartnett, 58, passed away peacefully July 30, 2013 at his home in Mount Vernon, Washington. Gary was born November 5, 1954 in Marshfield, Wisconsin. He was the son of Glen and Marion Hartnett. He graduated in 1972 from Columbus High School in Marshfield, Wisconsin, graduated in 1976 from Carroll College in Waukesha, Wisconsin, and worked on his graduate degree in horticulture at the University of Wisconsin in Madison. While in college, he was affiliated with the Delta Rho Upsilon Fraternity. He married Kathleen Nicolaus on August 20, 1977 in Green Bay, Wisconsin. In 1979, they moved to the Skagit Valley. Gary had been employed as an operations manager at Skagit Gardens for over 32 years when he retired in 2011.

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Al Thompson

Allan E. Thompson, 76, of Leola, PA passed away on Sunday, July 7, 2013 at Quarryville Pres- byterian Retirement Community, Quarryville, PA. Born in Poynette, Wisconsin, Allan was the son of Blanche (Ward) and William Wayne Thompson. Allan is survived by his wife of 53 years, Phyllis, his daughters Heidi Thompson and Heather Sievers, wife of John, son Allan Thompson, Junior, and two granddaughters, Mary Elizabeth and Rebecca Claire Sievers. Allan was pre- ceded in death by brothers David, Douglas, Paul and sister Audrey Lueptow. Allan was a graduate of Carroll University, Waukesha, WI, and earned his MBA from the University of Chi- cago. After graduation from Carroll, he served two years in the Army. Upon leaving the ser- vice, he went to work for R.R. Donnelley and Sons in Chicago. In 1978 he was named Vice President and Division Director of Financial Printing in New York and Lancaster. At this time, Allan and family moved to Lancaster, PA. Allan was a loving father and grandfather, always ready to offer a lap. He was a lifelong fan of the Green Bay Packers, a lover of bluegrass music and a guitar-playing country boy.

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