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Saturday, September 8, 2001 The Post-Crescent, Appleton-Neenah-Menasha, Wis. B-5 OBITUARIES From B-4 Nelson, MurcileL Swiss cows, the family cottage, chickadees, collecting plates and teacups, and she especially loved the colors of spring. The body has been cremated. On Saturday, September 8th, the family will greet guests at The United Methodist Church of Wisconsin Rapids, 444 Garfield Street, from 4-8 p.m. for visitation.

A memorial service will be held on Sunday, September 9th, at 3 at the church with the Rev. Barry Yarbro and the Rev. Patrick Green presiding. Private commi- Friends and families of the deceased have prepared these obituaries and funeral announcements. They are a tribute to their loved ones' accomplishments and a service to friends who would like to pay their respects.

To submit announcements and discuss fees, please contact your funeral director, or call The Post-Crescent classified department at 734-1492 or 7334411. She graduated from Miss Wood's School in Minneapolis, a Kindergarten-Primary Training School of Macalester College in 1950. She then taught in Lodi, Wisconsin, before earning a baccalaureate and eventually master's degrees in Education from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point. She taught in Green Bay for two years before settling in Wisconsin Rapids as a kindergarten teacher. She taught for 37 years before her retirement in 1992.

During their retirement, Margaret and Dick traveled the world, spent much of their free time with their grandchildren and friends, and were active in volunteer work and civic endeavors. Some of her activities included belonging to various church circles, serving as a counselor at Camp Sacajawea, and working for the United Methodist the New London Tamily Medical Center. He was born on January 7, 1911, in the Township of Black Creek, son of the late Edward and Ida (Korth) Schucknecht. He lived and farmed in the Black Creek area most of his life and was a resident of New London for the past 25 years. He is survived by four sons, Melvin (Lois) Schucknecht, New London; Vernon (Eunice) Schucknecht, New London; Maynard Schucknecht, Appleton; Marvin (Bobbie) Schucknecht, New London; also 17 grandchildren and 20 greatgrandchildren.

He was preceded in death by his wife Gertrude in 1984, his parents, a son LeV-erne; two sisters, three brothers and an infant daughter. The Funeral Service will be held at 1 1 a.m. Monday, September 10, 2001, at the Cline Hanson Funeral Home in New London with the Rev. Lucretia Fehrmann officiating. Friends may call at the funeral home on Monday from 9 a.m.

until the time of service. Cline Hanson Funeral Home 209 W. Cook Street New London, WI 54961 920-982-3232 Van Deurzen, John Eau Claire (Formerly of Kimberly) Age 49, died unexpectedly September 6, 2001, while on business in Paris, Texas. Arrangements pending with Boettcher Family Funeral Home, 2401 Fieldcrest Drive, Kaukauna, WI (920-766-2099) tal services will take place on Monday at Forest Hill Cemetery. Memorials may be made to Dr.

Reding at the Marshfield Cancer Research Foundation or to The Margaret Polansky Memorial at The United Methodist Church of Wisconsin Rapids, or sent to their home at 1330 Garfield Street, Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54494. The family wishes to extend its thanks to friends, family and medical personnel who helped during Margaret's illness. God bless you all. Higgins Funeral Home James John Higgins 631 E. Grand Avenue Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54494 715-4234610 Schucknecht, Clarence E8146 Collier Road New London Age 90, died unexpectedly on Friday, September 7, 2001, at Stephanie Drall, Dan and Richard Haag, and Jean Schraufnagel; one great-nephew, Tyler Drall.

She was preceded in death by her parents; one brother, Lawrence Dombroski, and one brother-in-law, Joseph Haag. Memorial services will be held at 5 p.m. Tuesday, September 11, 2001, at St Thomas Episcopal Church, Menasha, with the Rev. Ian Montgomery officiating. Inurnment will be in St.

Thomas Church. Friends may call at the church from 3 p.m. Tuesday until the time of the mass. A memorial has been established for St. Thomas Church.

The family wishes to extend a special thank you to her doctors; and the nurses of Theda Care for their care and compassion for Dolores. A golden heart stopped beating, Hard working hands to rest, God broke our hearts to prove, he only takes the best. In life we loved you dearly, In death, we love you still, In our hearts you'll hold a special place, No one else can ever fill. It broke our hearts to lose you, But you didn't go alone, For most of us went with you, That day God took you home. KESSLER FUNERAL HOME 304 S.

Commercial Street Neenah 722-6464 Polansky, Margaret Wisconsin Rapids On Thursday, September 6th, in the early hours of the morning, when even heaven is quiet, God summoned his angels to bring Margaret Polansky to her eternal home. She supped quietly and peacefully from this world to the next. She died at home in the loving arms of her family. They include her husband Richard, with whom she celebrated forty years of marriage on June 3rd; her daughter, Marie (Jeffrey) Wid-der, Mequon, and their two children, Elizabeth and Andrew; and their son, John Polansky, Greenville. She is further survived by a brother, Austin (Annie) Mlada, Hales Corners; Elton (Norma) Polansky, Joyce (the late Carl) Polansky, David Polansky, all of Wisconsin Rapids, and the Elmer Casper family of Green Bay.

Margaret was born in Goodman, Wisconsin, to the late Eugene and Lina Mlada on March 28, 1930. The family later moved to Greenwood where they operated a grocery store. Church where she was for several years their Delegate to the Methodist Annual Conference. She was also on the Staff Parish Committee, and sang in the church choir. In educational circles, she was Past President of the Wisconsin Rapids Education Association and Past President of Delta Kappa Gamma.

She recently retired as President of Riverview Hospital Auxiliary. Margaret had a lovely singing voice, was an accomplished pianist, had an infectious smile and a gift for putting people at ease. She loved kindergartners, penguins, Bessie Pease Gut-mann's sketches, peonies, puss* willows, Nat King Cole, Brown "4 Nee Anderson Appleton Age 84, passed away on Thursday, September 6, 2001, at Appleton Medical Center. Mur-cile was born on November 24, 1916, in Strum, Wisconsin, daughter of the late Lloyd and Grace (Dutter) Anderson. She attended Eau Claire High School, then continued on to graduate from Eau Claire State University, with a Bachelor's and Master's Degree.

Murcile loved to teach and taught in the Eau Claire and Appleton School Systems for 33 years. She married Axel Nelson on June 25, 1960, and he preceded her in death on June 2, 1995. Murcile was a member of the Outagamie Retired Educators, Y.M.C.A. Garden Club, Fox Valley Technical Home Makers, Sons of Norway, Grace Lutheran Church and Fellowship, Outagamie County Historical Society, the Appleton Senior Citizens Group, and the American Asso-cation for Retired Persons. Murcile was a devoted wife, and a loving mother and grandmother.

She enjoyed her family and friends, and flowers from her garden. She also enjoyed traveling around the world. Murcile will be greatly missed by her son, Frank (Janet) Walker and their children, Chadwick and Caroline Rae, Appleton; her daughter, Nancy (Jeffery) Hacker, and their children, Nicholas and Kristen, Appleton. She was preceded in death by two brothers, Warren and Marshall Anderson. Murcile is further survived by a dear Hazel Anderson, Strum; and many close cousins, nieces, nephews, friends and wonderful neighbors.

The Funeral Service will be 11 a.m. Monday, September 10, 2001, at GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH, 900 North Mason Street, Appleton, with the Rev. Todd Murken officiating. The entombment will be held at Highland Memorial Park, Appleton. Friends will be received at the funeral home on Sunday, September 9, from 4-8 p.m.

and again at the church on Monday from 10 a.m. until the time of service. In lieu of flowers, memorials to benefit the Grace Lutheran Christ Day School are appreciated. Once upon a memory, someone wiped away a tear, held us close and loved us. Thank you Mother Dear.

You will be truly missed by all who have known and loved you. WICHMANN FUNERAL HOME 537 North Superior Street Appleton 739-1231 Parker, Dolores M. "Dee Dee" 1295 Lake Shore Drive Menasha Age 75, died Friday, September 7, 2001, at her home. She was born June 8, 1926, in Menasha, daughter of Joseph and Beryle (Laabs) Dombroski. Dolores married Emery Parker, November 25, 1948, in Menasha.

During World War II, she was employed with the F.B.I, in Washington, D.C. Dolores was employed at Theda Clark Medical Center for 22 years before retiring in 1984 as Assistant Director of Purchasing. She was a member of St. Thomas Episcopal Church, Menasha. She was a member of a golf league at Bridgewood Golf Course.

She loved to travel and going to estate sales. She enjoyed needle point, knitting and playing cards. Dolores and Emery spent their winters at their winter home in Port Charlotte, Florida. Dolores is survived by her husband Emery; one daughter, Pamela (Robert) Czajkowski, Erin; one son, Gregory Dean Parker, Appleton; two grandchildren, Elizabeth and Bradley Parker, both of Appleton; two sisters, Helen (James) Drall, Green Bay; Marie Haag, Apple-ton; nieces and nephews, DOG OBEDIENCE Please see OBITUARIES, B-7 CLASSES if Beginners dogs over 6 months Register on Sept. 11 7 pm Puppies dogs under 6 months Register on Sept.

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