Daily Citizen from Beaver Dam, Wisconsin (2024)

RECORDS Thursday, March 22, 2001 Daily Citizen Page 3 Norman E. Jenkins Norman "Norm" E. Jenkins, 38, of 208 E. Davis Beaver Dam, died on Tuesday, March 20, 2001, as a result of a work related accident. The funeral will be held on Saturday, March 24, at 11 a.m., at St.

John's English Lutheran Church, Beaver Dam. The Rev. Rae Ann Bloomquist will officiate. Mr. Jenkins was born on June 15, 1962, in Beaver Dam, the son of Norman W.

and Renee (Selk) Jenkins. Mr. Jenkins was employed at Michels Pipeline for 12 years. He was an avid bowler, hunter, meat processor and cutter. Survivors include his significant other, Brenda Mahnke, Beaver Dam; four children, Briar and Jaryd Jenkins, and Travis and Tyler Mahnke, all of Beaver Dam; mother, Renee (Al) Franke, Beaver Dam; father, Norm W.

Jenkins, Juneau; grandfather, Sturley Selk, Columbus; step-grandmother, Lillian Franke, Beaver Dam; four sisters and brothers, Anne (Daniel) Pearson, Beaver Dam, Amy (David) Breckheimer, Sherwood, David "Woody" Jenkins, and Jamie Franke, both of Beaver step-brother, Bruce (Michelle) Franke, Beaver Dam; one goddaughter, Stephanie Breckheimer; nieces, nephews, cousins, aunts, uncles, relatives and friends. He was preceded in death by his paternal grandfather; maternal grandfather; two uncles, and one step-brother. Friends may call on Friday, March 23, from 5 to 8 p.m., at the Koepsell Funeral Home, Beaver Dam, and on Saturday, March 24, from 10 a.m. until the time of service at St. John's English Lutheran Church, Beaver Dam.

Memorials are appreciated. Dorothea E. Jacquot JUNEAU Dorothea E. Jacquot, 87, of Juneau, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, February 21, 2001, at Clearview Nursing Home, Juneau. A memorial service will be held on Saturday, March 24, 2001, at 10:30 a.m., at the Berndt-Ledesma Funeral Home, Juneau.

Burial will be in St. Peter's Cemetery, Beaver Dam. Mrs. Jacquot was born on Oct. 9, 1913, in Milwaukee, the daughter of Irving and Marion (Nadolsky) Knorr.

A special thanks to the nurses and staff at Clearview for their exceptional care, love and devotion to our mom. Survivors include one half-brother, Harry Petrofski, Oak Creek, one half-sister, Josephine Gehrke, Juneau; one son, Jerome H. Zahn. Jackson; three daughters, Rosemary Vander Galien-Nickel, Beaver Dam, Patricia A. Jacquot-Weber, Appleton, and Sandra K.

Jacquot-Bischoff, College Place, 13 grandchildren, Beatrice E. Wendt, Mary Ann Noe, Cindy Young, David Vander Galien, Donald Vander Galien, Ronald Lichty, Jeffery Lichty, Randy Lichty, Kathy White, Judy Conter, Evelyn Zahn, Michael J. Zahn and Stacy Viegas; 18 great grandchildren; nieces, nephews, relatives and friends. She was preceded in death: bye her parents; sher husband's, Harold Zahn and Palmer Jacquot; one daughter, Margaret Hupf, and one half-brother, Marcel Petrofski. Friends may call on Saturday, March 24, from 9:30 a.m.

until the time of service, at the Berndt-Ledesma Funeral Home, Juneau. Donica Daniel MAYVILLE Donica Daniel, 84, of 118 N. School Mayville, died on Tuesday, March 20, 2001, at the home of her son, Curtis, in Plano, Texas, where she had resided for the past seven months. The funeral will be held on Saturday, March 24, at noon, at St. Paul Lutheran Church Mayville.

The Rev. Geoffrey Hoy will officiate. Burial will be in Graceland Cemetery, Mayville. Mrs. Daniel was born on Feb.

14, 1917, in Mayville, the daughter of Rhode and Anna (Rukavine) Rutalj. She was married on Feb. 10, 1941, to Courtland Vincent Daniel in Dubuque, Iowa. Mrs. Daniel attended school in Mayville.

She was a devoted wife and mother and a lifelong member of St. Paul Lutheran Church, Mayville. She was active in the Rachel Circle at the church. Survivors include two sons, Curtis (Michaelann) Daniel, Plano, Texas, and Courtney (Linda) Daniel, Mayville; one daughter, Joan (Dr. Athur) Gonty, Lexington, five grandchildren; three great-granddaughters; one great-grandson; one brother, Michael (Inez) Rutalj, Ventura, one sister, Violet (Dick) Schultz, Mayville; nieces, nephews, relatives and friends.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Courtland, in 1983, and one sister, Mary Herman. Friends may call on Saturday, March 24, from 10 a.m. until the time of service, at St. Paul Lutheran Church, Mayville. Memorials may be made to St.

Paul Lutheran Church, Mayville. The Cottrill Funeral Home, Mayville, is serving the family. poLice) Area Police Beat Beaver Dam Hit and run Richard E. Mould, 62, N1786 Maple Fort Atkinson, on March 19 that an reported unknown vehicle struck his mini-van while it was parked in the parking lot of the Campus Inn, 815 Park Ave. The sustained damage to the left rear van bumper and taillight.

Criminal trespass to dwelling Sandy Moe, 47, reported on March 18 that she heard someone trying to open the deadbolt lock on the front door of her residence located in the 1200 block of Wayland Street. When she looked out the peep hole of her door, she told police that she observed a male dressed in a gray hooded sweatshirt attempting to unlock her door. When she made some noise, Moe told police that she saw him run away from her home. Officers were unable to locate the suspect. Entry was not made to the residence.

Glen E. Sutton following a stroke. It was a beautiful spring morning. The funeral will be held on Saturday, March 24, at 1 p.m., at the First Baptist Church, Watertown. The Rev.

Allan Kranz will officiate. Burial will be in Glenview Memorial Gardens, Ixonia. Mr. Sutton was born on July 15, 1914, in Lowell, the son of Charles and Mabel (Coleman) Sutton. He was married on Aug.

18, 1940, to Joyce Krueger. Mr. Sutton was raised in Beaver Dam. He served with the U.S. Army.

He owned and operated Sutton's Shoe House on 10th and Western Watertown. He was a fireman with the Watertown Fire Department for 30 years, an active Boy Scout leader in the community, active in the First Baptist Church, Watertown, and the Republican Party. He was a member of the American Legion Post No. 189, a former member of the Watertown Country Club and so very proud of his 1981 hole-in-one. He loved hunting, fishing, camping and traveling in many of our great United States.

He was delighted by his four great-grandchildren, especially in his last days. He will be deeply missed, but we have a hope and a promise that we will see him again in glory. His favorite song was "I'll Fly Away." He did and he is with the Lord. If he is with the Lord and we know he is, and if we know the Lord, then because the Lord is with us dad is not far away. Survivors include his wife, Joyce Sutton, Watertown: one daughter, Judi (Bob) Snyder, Wauwatosa; one son, Scott (Mary) Sutton, Madison; five beloved grandchildren, Tammy Snyder, Norfolk, Chuck Jill (Paul) Vandermolen, Menomonee Falls, (Kelly) Sutton, Sun Prairie, Susan (Craig) Wendricks, Cottage Grove, and Jennifer Sutton, Madison; four adorable great Tyler Vandermolen, and Kody, Katriel and Karson Sutton; nieces, nephews, relatives and friends.

He was preceded in death by his parents, and two brothers, Alton and Harley. Friends may call on Saturday, March 24, from 10 a.m. until the time of service, at the First Baptist Church, Watertown. Memorials may be made to the First Baptist Church, Watertown. The Hafemeister Funeral Home, Watertown, is serving the family.

WATERTOWN Glen Edward Sutton, 86, of 701 N. Water Watertown, went home to be with his Lord on Wednesday, March 21, 2001, at Beverly Terrace, Winogene Myers LARGO, Fla. Winogene "Winnie" Myers, 75, of Largo, died on Tuesday, March 20, 2001, at her home. The funeral will be held on Friday, March 23, at 11:30 a.m., at the Werner -Harmsen Funeral Home, Waupun. The Rev.

Catherine Carlson will officiate. Burial will be in Forest Mound Cemetery, Waupun. Mrs. Myers was born on March9, 1926, in Waupun, the" daughter of Clarence and Hilda (Bandsma) Nummerdor. She was married on Jan.

18, 1947, to Melvin Myers in Waupun. Mrs. Myers and her husband lived in Waupun most of their lives and retired in the Lake Tomahawk area and Largo, Fla. She was a member of the Milwaukee Beagle Club. She loved fishing and rummage sales.

Survivors include one son, David Myers, Fond du Lac; three daughters, June (Peter) Hidde, Largo, Nancy (Robert) Stinemates, Fond du Lac, and Katie (Robert) Anding, Waupun; nine grandchildren; 11 great nieces, nephews, relatives and friends. She was preceded in death by her parents; one daughter, Diana, and one sister, Ann Fenlon. Friends may call on Thursday, March 22, from 5 to 08 p.m., at the Werner Funeral Home, Waupun, and on Friday, March 23, from 10:30 a.m. until the time of service, at the funeral home. Lottery Numbers Wednesday SuperCash 9-24-27-29-31-35 Powerball 13-14-18-20-21 Powerball 16 Power Play 1 Megabucks 18-19-36-38-41-43 Pick 3 5-7-6 Pick 4 5-9-0-6 Money Roll 7-24-38-46-47 There were no jackpot winners in the Powerball or Megabucks drawings.

Open House 40th ANNIVERSARY OPEN HOUSE CELEBRATION OF HIGHLAND MEMORY GARDENS CEMETERY LOCATED AT N9782 HWY 151 OF BEAVER DAM SATURDAY, MARCH 24 FROM 11 AM TO 3 PM This is a great opportunity to check out our huge selection of floral bouquets new vase decorations! gorgeous At open house take 40 cents off flowers. preneed arrangements by ordering a bronze memorial. Also a great time to complete your Any memorial or lot ordered and in full at the open house will receive $40 off. paid Check out our plans for a cremation garden. Board members will be present for questions.

celebrate 40 of providing a final resting place for your loved ones. Come help us years Winter decorations must be removed by April 1st. Citizen Staff Connie Dornfeld HORICON Some 140 vocal music students in grades 5-12 performed to a standing room only crowd Tuesday during the 2001 Spring Mass Concert Choir at Horicon High School. The program opened with vocalists in grades 5-8, pictured above, singing "The Star Spangled Banner," and ended with the Mass Choir performing "Down by the Riverside" and "Rythm of Life." Catherine Drager served as director and accompanists were Karen Lerch and Steven Heller. Report on rehabilitation of Fox Lake available at library FOX LAKE Hey and Associates Inc.

updated a report on Fox Lake in October 1998 for the Fox Lake Inland Lake Protection and Rehabilitation District. This report "Long Range Planning Strategy for the Rehabilitation of Fox Lake, Dodge County" may be checked out at the Fox Lake Public Library. Within the report is a description of the lake. Fox Lake is 2,525 acres of open water and if the fringe wetlands are added, the lake is 4,690 acres. The lake has a maximum depth of 19 feet and a mean depth of five feet.

One interesting fact is that Fox Lake has 17.9 miles of shoreline, much of which is either private homes or wetlands. The report addresses past water quality studies, management strategy, watershed protection projects, shoreline stabilization, aquatic plant management. fishery management, land use management, inland nutrient management and evaluation monitoring of the lake. This report will give anyone interested in the life of the lake some good information. The report may be checked out for two weeks at the Fox Lake Public Library.

Hours at the library are Monday through Thursday, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Friday and Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. RK600 Citizen Staff Connie Dornfeld HORICON The 2,000 pieces of non-perishable food items collected during Kindness for Kids Week, March 2-16, by Van Brunt Elementary School Kids Council, were divided Wednesday between PAVE and the St. Stephen Food Pantry.

Pictured with some of the sponsoring fourth and fifth graders are, at back, from left, Jean Buschke, director, PAVE; Cindy Vogel, co-chairman; Sandy Brewer, director, St. Stephen Food Pantry; and Kathy Woolsey, co-chairman. VISITATION: Friday, March 23 from 5 p.m. until 8 p.m. At The Koepsell Funeral Home, Beaver Dam and Saturday at the Church from 10 a.m.

until 11 a.m. FUNERAL SERVICE: Saturday, March 24 at 11 a.m. At St. John's English Lutheran Church, Beaver Dam FUNERAL HOME, IN OFFICIATING: Norman "Norm" E. Jenkins Rev.

Rae Ann Bloomquist 1962-2001 Beaver Dam 885-5291 Straight from the Heart Memorial Thank You Remember The Special People In Your Life With MEMORIAL THANK YOU from FUNERAL EXPRESS YOUR FEELINGS THANK YOU from ILLNESS STRAIGHT THANK YOU for SPECIAL PARTY FROM THE HEART for as low as Not sure how to write that special Thank You? Jot down the names of the people you would like included $16.36 and we'll help you write your special message. (This is a 1 col. 2" min. size) No extra charge for pictures, but will need larger space DAILY CITIZEN For more information, if your address is: Fox area, stop in at 805 Park BD or call Kathy 356-6775 Waupun, stop in at 1118 W. Main Waupun or call Pat 324-5555 Fall stop in at 101 S.

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