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Vicky L. Shadley

Vicky L. Shadley


   Vicky Lynn Shadley (nee Wibright), 65, of Horicon, passed away on Tuesday, May 21, 2024, at the Center for Advanced Care at Froedtert Hospital.   Vicky was born the daughter of Lester and Revel (McIntosh) Wibright on June 14, 1958 in Lima, OH. She was a graduate of Upper Scioto Valley in McGuffey, OH.   Vicky was united in marriage to her high school sweetheart, David Shadley, on September 2, 1978 in Alger, OH.   She was a staffing support specialist for Manpower for over 20 years.   Vicky was a member of the Horicon United Methodist Church, member of the Horicon Jaycees, and the Horicon Booster Club.   Vicky enjoyed being with her family and grandchildren traveling to Ohio and spending time with them at the Wisconsin Dells. Her grandchildren will always remember her as GiGi. She was a supportive coach’s wife for 25 years and was her family’s biggest fan. She loved her Jaycee family, especially her best friends Jackie, Mary, Penny, and Christa. She made lasting memories with her family and friends on their Vegas trips. Vicky loved being social and brought laughter and joy to all the lives she touched.Vicky is survived by her husband, David, of Horicon; her daughters, Erica (Todd) Madison and Stephanie (Philip) Krueger; her grandchildren, Colton, Ashlyn, Anna, Aubrey, Alyssa, Laytin, Scarlett, and Emmett; her siblings, James (Sheran) Wibright, Rick (Linda) Wibright, Donna Hedges, LaVonna (Dwayne) Stout, and Connie (Doug) Crawford; her brother-in-law, Dan (Janet) Shadley; her sister-in-law, Patti (Mike) Vollmar; further survived by nieces, nephews, other relatives, and many friends.   She was preceded in death by parents; her in-laws, Ralph and Anna Mae Shadley; and sister-in-law, Liana Ussery.   A memorial service for Vicky will be held on Thursday, June 6, at 11 a.m. at the United Methodist Church in Horicon with Pastor Renae Dymond officiating. A visitation will be held from 9 to 11 a.m. at the church. Inurnment will take place at a later date at Preston Cemetery in Alger, OH. Following the memorial service, there will be a continued celebration of Vicky’s life at the Horicon American Legion Post #157.   Memorials in memory of Vicky can be directed to: Kathy’s House Inc., 9101 W. Doyne Ave. Milwaukee, WI 53226.

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David Allen Domasky

David Allen Domasky


David (Dave) Allen Domasky passed away peacefully at Kettle Moraine Gardens, where he was a resident for seven months, on the morning of Saturday, May 11, 2024. He was born in Chicago, IL, on June 27, 1939, to Alice Domenosky. He spent the early years with relatives in Chicago before moving to the Town of Farmington by his mother and her husband, Lee Fickler. Dave graduated from Kewaskum High School in 1957. A high school highlight was being a member of the Valley Tri-County Conference championship basketball team, the 1955-1956 season. In July 1957, Dave entered the Air Force and was stationed in Lincoln, NE. He worked on B-47s in Lincoln and learned to play golf. After the Air Force, Dave got into computer programming. He worked in Texas for 6 years before moving back to Wisconsin. Dave met Marlene Steinhardt at a camping trip for single parents. The two were united in marriage on June 23, 1973, and combined their lives into a blended family of 10. They made their home together in the Town of Farmington. He owned a landscaping business for many years before going back to computer programming. He was a consultant for various companies before retiring in 2001. He coached pony league baseball teams for Boltonville for several years. He enjoyed spending winters with Marlene at La Hacienda Resort in Apache Junction, AZ, where he filled his days playing golf, bocce ball, shuffleboard and volleyball. Dave even got a hole-in-one while golfing out there! Dave enjoyed golf, gardening, and traveling, in that order. He passed those joys on to his children, but alas, not his green thumb. David is survived by children, Scott (Janine) Prost-Domasky, Mark (Tami) Domasky, Mark (Mary) Steinhardt, Cindy (Mark) Schaefer, Bruce (Donna) Steinhardt, Jeff (Cindy) Steinhardt, Mike Steinhardt. He is further survived by 15 grandchildren and 20 great-grandchildren; his sisters, Karen (John) Staehler and Beverly (Niles) Heise; brother, Bob Fickler; brother-in-law, Bob Wenzlaff; and other relatives and friends. In addition to his parents, David was preceded in death by his wife, Marlene; daughter-in-law, Kara Domasky; daughter, Christine Gagnon; and his sister, Barbara Wenzlaff. Dave’s family will greet relatives and friends from 12 to 1:45 p.m. on Friday, June 7, 2024 at Peace United Church of Christ, 343 First Street, Kewaskum, followed by a funeral service at 2 p.m. with Pastor Eric Kirkegaard officiating. The family would like to thank the staff at Kettle Moraine Gardens for their care and compassion during Dave’s stay with them. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to KEYS in David’s name; online donations can be made by visiting keys-scholarships.org or checks in memory of David can be mailed to KEYS, Inc. P.O. Box 124, Kewaskum, WI 53040. The Myrhum – Patten Funeral & Cremation Service has been entrusted with Dave’s arrangements. Additional information and guest book may be found at www.myrhum-patten.com.

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Kathryn A. Mueller

Kathryn A. Mueller


Kathryn A. Mueller, 87, of Kewaskum went to her heavenly home on Friday, May 10, 2024, at Froedtert West Bend Hospital with her loving family gathered with her. She was born on April 28, 1937, in Fond du Lac, the daughter of the late Henry and Anita (Struebing) Kraemer. On April 28, 1956, Kathryn was united in marriage to the love of her life, Harold E. Mueller, at St. Matthew’s Catholic Church in Campbellsport. Kathryn was a graduate of Campbellsport High School and did the bookkeeping for her husband’s business, Mueller Excavating. She was an enthusiastic homemaker, loved to cook (making her own cookbook), and proudly raising her family. Kathryn enjoyed time with family, crocheting, crafting, and floral arranging. She and Harold enjoyed traveling, spending many winters in Arizona. Survivors include her beloved husband, Harold; children, Nicholas (Patti) Mueller, Mary Jo (Chris) Greene, Thomas (Lynne) Mueller, Scott (Peter) Mueller, and Steven (Renee) Mueller; dear friend of the family, Karen Van Beek; grandchildren, Daniel (Kimberly) Mueller, Nathan Mueller, Michael Mueller, Dustin (Robin) Mueller, Sarah (John) Polkowski, and Kaitlin (Jacob) Timblin; great-grandchildren, Jackson, Griffin, and Emma Mueller, Rory and Logan Mueller, Bennett, Tessa, and Wren Polkowski, and Leonard, Myles, and Della Timblin; brother, John (Carol) Kraemer; brothers-in-law, Dr. James Twohig and Rich Miller; sisters-in-law, Rosie Guell, Bea Mueller, and Patricia Mueller; many nieces and nephews, other relatives, and friends. Along with her parents, Kathryn was preceded in death by her sisters, Karen Twohig and Jane Miller; in-laws, Joseph and Rose Mueller, Sr.; brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law, Lloyd Mueller, Rita and John Spoerl, Joseph and Arlene Mueller, Jr., Olive and Harry Batzler, Elizabeth and Ed Theusch, and Leo Mueller. A Memorial Mass of Christian Burial will be held Friday, May 31, at 3 p.m. at St. Matthew’s Catholic Church, 406 E. Main St., Campbellsport. Visitation will be Friday, May 31, from 1 to 3 at St, Matthew’s Catholic Church. Twohig Funeral Home is serving the family with guestbook and condolences at www.twohigfunerals.com.

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John William McGill

John William McGill


   John William McGill, 71, passed away peacefully on May 18, 2024, after an 8-month battle with cancer. He and his wife, Nancy (Suscha) McGill enjoyed 43 years of marriage together.   John was born on November 29, 1952, in Plainview, NE, a short drive from his home town of Center, NE. He was the son of Dwight and Joan (Truman) McGill. John graduated from Creighton High School at age 17 and continued his education at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, graduating with a degree in Food Science & Technology. Throughout his life, he was employed by various companies in the dairy industry.    John enjoyed spending time with family, traveling, gardening, woodworking, fishing, and camping.   As a young adult, John moved to Sheboygan, working at Lake to Lake where he met his loving wife, Nancy. They married on May 2, 1981, started a family, and were blessed with three children. They moved to California for John’s job at the Nestle Ice Cream factory. While living in California, he enjoyed visits to National Parks, boating with his family, adventuring at Disneyland, and skiing in the mountains. Grande Cheese brought the McGill family back to Wisconsin, where they continued to raise their children in Lomira. He was a proud supporter of his children and cheered them on throughout all of all of their studies and extracurricular activities. He found added joy in retirement, when he moved to Green Bay, where he was able to spend quality time making memories with his grandchildren, taking cross-country camping trips with Nancy, and enjoying his hobbies.    He is survived by with wife, Nancy McGill; children, Sarah (Paul) Larson, Matthew (Rachel) McGill, Timothy (Bridget) McGill; his grandchildren, Parker, Tanner, Graham, August, Nolan, Frank, and Grace; brother, Robert (Jan) McGill; sister-in-law, Chris Lopez; and numerous nieces and nephews.   He was preceded in death by parents, Dwight and Joan McGill; in-laws, Frank and Minnett Suscha; brother, Keith McGill; and brother-in-law, Silvio Lopez.    Visitation was held at Newcomer-Green Bay Chapel (340 S. Monroe Ave., Green Bay, WI), Wednesday, May 22, from 4 to 6 p.m. A funeral service will be held at Newcomer-Green Bay Chapel, Thursday, May 23, at 11 a.m. Burial will be in Allouez Catholic Cemetery.   In lieu of flowers, memorials directed to Shriners Children's Hospital or St. Jude Children's Hospital in John's name are appreciated.   John's family would like to express their heartfelt gratitude to Dr. Tyion Torres, Brooke Yakel, NP, Unity Hospice and Deacon Kevin DeCleene for their incredible care and compassion.

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Dale Amerling

Dale Amerling


Dale “Norby” John Amerling, 68, of Campbellsport passed away on Friday, May 10, 2024, with his family by his side. Norby was born October 2, 1955, in Kewaskum to the late Arnold and Cordell (nee Ruplinger) Amerling. He was a 1973 graduate of Kewaskum High School. He was united in marriage to Bonnie Straub March 29,1980 at St. Matthew’s Church in Campbellsport. Norby worked 40 years in the tool and die industry, retiring in 2021. Norby was an avid sports fan, most notably he enjoyed spending his time watching his grandchildren’s sporting events. He also enjoyed pitching horseshoes, bowling Friday Night Men’s league, and golfing with family. He was part of the Campbellsport Wildcat Football “Chain Gang” for many years. Those that knew Norby knew he was a kind, quiet soul with a big heart. He will be greatly missed. Those left to cherish Norby’s memory include his wife of 44 years, Bonnie Amerling; three children, Kevin (Maureen) Amerling, Lisa (Mark) Bong, and Kari Amerling; five grandchildren, Owen, Miles, Kourtney, Cody, and Griffin; a sister, Audrey Struebing; two brothers, Allen (Jeanne) Amerling and David (Cindy) Amerling; mother-in-law, Nancy Straub; sisters-in-law, Joann Amerling and Tammie (Mike) Lindsley; brothers-in-law, Jim McChain and Don (Pam) Straub; many nieces and nephews. In addition to his parents, Norby is preceded in death by his son, Danny Amerling; brother, Ronnie Amerling; sister, Gloria McChain; father-in-law, Harold Straub; brother-in-law, Maurie Struebing. MEMORIAL MASS: A Memorial Mass for Norby will take place on Thursday, May 30, 2024, at St. Matthews Catholic Church, 406 E. Main Street, Campbellsport, at 2 p.m., with Father Neil Zinthefer officiating. GATHERING OF FRIENDS: Norby’s family will greet family and friends at the Hon-E-Kor Golf Course, 1141 Riverview Drive, Kewaskum, following Mass until 6 pm. A Memorial fund has been established in honor of Norby to Campbellsport Wildcat Football. The family would like to thank the Froedtert Menomonee Falls ICU Nurses and Dr. Amandeep Gill for their care and compassion with Norby. Twohig Funeral Home has been entrusted with Norby’s arrangements. Additional information and guest book can be found at www.twohigfunerals.com.

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Margaret Mary (Langenhorst) Wheeler

Margaret Mary (Langenhorst) Wheeler


   Margaret M. Wheeler passed away from this life on Sunday, May 5, 2024, surrounded by family, friends, and beloved pets, in the comfort of her home in Albuquerque, NM.    Born in Fond du Lac, on July 30, 1945, she was the youngest of seven children brought together by the marriage of her parents, Conrad Langenhorst and Mary (Pruitt) Langenhorst.   She was raised in Mayville, and became a graduate of Mayville High School in 1963. Shortly after, she attended Oshkosh State College and it was during this time that she met and married the love of her life, George C. Wheeler, her devoted husband of 57 years. Together, they welcomed a daughter, Wendy Ellen. After residing 26 years in Wisconsin, they moved to Albuquerque, NM.    Margy began working in Albuquerque in 1974. She entered the workforce as an entry-level secretary not knowing that she would soon advance her skills as a legal secretary and continue to build her career by becoming a Certified Paralegal in the State of New Mexico. She worked for a number of prominent law firms in Albuquerque before her formal retirement in the mid-90s.    Anyone and everyone who knew Margy will tell you that she was full of life. Her energy and enthusiasm was contagious to those around her. As a young girl and throughout her life as an adult woman, she was the life of the party. Her magnitude of love was unselfishly shared with everyone. As a daughter, she was mischievous and curious. As a sister, she was always available. As an aunt, she was the favorite. As a friend, she was honest and loyal. As a wife, she was loving and devoted. As a mother, she was exceptional. Our world without her feels much emptier.    She is survived by her husband, George C. Wheeler; her daughter, Wendy Wheeler Martinez; and her son-in-law, Dr. Michael J. Martinez of Albuquerque. Margy has one surviving half-brother, Conrad Langenhorst and his wife, Ruth Langenhorst of Berlin. She has a surviving sister-in-law, Kandee Wheeler Heidtke, and her husband, Keith Heidtke, of West Bend. She has fifteen surviving nephews and nieces and their respective families located throughout the country.   She was preceded in death by her parents; her father- and mother-in-law, Lloyd and Dolores Wheeler; her half-brothers, Vernon, Lawrence, and Herman; her half-sisters, Charlotte Stortz and Mary Ann Leader; her nephews, Jamie Hammer, Stephen Stortz; her niece, Kathleen Greene.   A celebration of life service will be held on Saturday, May 25, in Albuquerque, NM. Please visit online-tribute.com/MargaretMaryWheeler for more information and to share online condolences.

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