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Larry Gage

Soldiers Grove, WI

Roger W. Salmon

Soldiers Grove, WI

Catherine M. Riemenapp

Fennimore, WI

Audrey Larson

Soldiers Grove, WI

Herbert M. Krohn

Cassville, WI

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Roger W. Salmon
 


Audrey Larson
 

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Catherine M. Riemenapp
 

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Roger W. Salmon, 78, of Soldiers Grove, WI peacefully passed away at his home on Friday, May 13th 2016.
    He was born August 3rd,1937 in Richland Center, WI to Estin and Velma (Banta) Salmon of Soldiers Grove, WI.  Roger attended Soldiers Grove High School, he went on to join the United States Naval Force and served for four years. 
   He was then united in marriage to Patricia George of Soldiers Grove, on November 4th, 1961.  To this marriage 2 sons were born, Roger Jr. and Todd.
   Roger began work as a heavy equipment operator over the road.  He then went on to work for the Crawford County Highway Department for 29 years, until his retirement. After retiring he worked for Sunrise Orchards where he drove tractor hauling apples, which he greatly enjoyed.  He was an avid member of the North Crawford Rescue Squad for 35+ years, 10 of which he was President.  He also served 25 years on the Soldiers Grove Fire Department, 10 of which he was Fire Chief.
   Roger’s hobbies throughout his life included hunting, fishing, camping and playing cards which he mostly enjoyed doing with his wife, children, grandchildren and great grandson.
   He is survived by his loving wife of 54 years, Patty.  1 son, Todd (Lisa) Salmon of Soldiers Grove. 5 grandchildren, Jill Salmon of Soldiers Grove, Heather Salmon of Gays Mills, Amber Salmon of Madison, Estin Salmon of LaCrosse and Jake Salmon of Gays Mills. 1 Great Grandson, Harper Salmon of Soldiers Grove.  3 Brothers, Jerry (Cleo) Salmon of Janesville, WI, Rodney (Deanna) Salmon of Roscoe, IL, Larry (Sandra) Salmon of Gray, LA. 3 Sister in Laws, Monica George, Diana Moran and Debra (Rick) Olson all of Soldiers Grove.  He is also survived by his beloved wiener dog, Peanuts.  As well as, many other family and friends.
   In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his son Roger Jr.  1 sister Sandra Hansen, 3 brother in laws, Gary George, Dick George and Lavon Hansen as well as 1 sister in law, Karen George.
   The family would also like to express many thanks to Vernon Memorial Healthcare, Kickapoo Valley Medical Clinic and the North Crawford Rescue Squad for their wonderful care of Roger over the years. In lieu of flowers, memorials preferred.
   Funeral services will be held on Tuesday, May 17, 2016 at Our Saviors Lutheran Church in Soldiers Grove, Wis. at 10:30 A.M.  Pastor Chuck Miller will officiate and burial will be in the Forest Hill Cemetery in Soldiers Grove.           Friends may call at the church on Tuesday after 9:30 A.M. and also at the church the night before from 4 to 7 PM. Online condolences may be sent to simefuneralforum.com

Audrey Larson, 86 of Soldiers Grove, passed away from pulmonary fibrosis on Friday May 13, 2016 at Vernon Manor in Viroqua.
   She is survived by her husband: Don Larson of Soldiers Grove; her children:  Mary (Glenn) Wittenberg of Fargo, N.D., Al (Terri) Larson of Reedsburg, Susie (Mark) Janney of Onalaska, Sandi (Ron) Hurm of Appleton, Bob (Heidi) Larson of Sauk City, and Jim (Lori) Larson of Chaska, MN; 1 sister:  Betty Dobbs of Richland Center; 1 brother-in-law:  Ken (Betty) Larson of Rochester, MN.; 1 sister-in-law: Margaret Larson of Viroqua; 12 grandchildren, 2 step grandchildren, and 6 great-grandchildren.
   She was preceded in death by her parents:  Lloyd and Myrle Hartley, her in-laws:  Ralph and Pearl Larson; her brothers:  Leland Hartley, Derrold Hartley, and wife Ruth, and brothers-in-law:  Gaylord Dobbs and Keith Larson.
   Funeral services will be held on Wednesday, May 18, 2016 at 1 PM at Sugar Grove Church of Christ.  Pastor Dennis Johnson and Pastor Larry Moser will officiate. Burial will be in the Manning Cemetery. Friends may call at the church on Wednesday from 10 AM until time of services.
   In lieu of flowers memorials to the North Crawford Rescue Squad and the Norma J. Vinger Center for Breast Cancer.
   Online condolences may be sent to simefuneralforum.com.

Fennimore, WI-
Catherine M. Riemenapp, age 96 died on Wednesday May 25, 2016 at the Fennimore Good Samaritan Society in Fennimore.
   She was born on Aug. 15, 1919 on Irish Ridge in Mt. Hope Township the daughter of James & Nellie (Durnen) O’Shaughnessy. Catherine was united in marriage to Vernon Riemenapp on Nov. 17, 1949 at the St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Fennimore.
   Catherine graduated from Mt. Hope high school in 1937 and then attended and earned her teaching degree from the Platteville Teachers College. She taught throughout the area in four country schools over her 11-year teaching career until her marriage to Vernon.      Together they farmed in the Fennimore area until his untimely death. Catherine then moved to the city of Fennimore where she had been currently residing. Catherine adored her family. She loved watching her grand and great grandchildren. “Grandma CAT” was a wonderful, caring, humble lady and ready to see her family with her arms wide open.
   She also enjoyed dancing with Vernon, cheering on the Packer’s, crossword puzzles, gardening, canning, and watching the birds and squirrels. Catherine was an active member of the St. Mary’s Catholic Church and St. Anne’s Sodality. Catherine’s dedication to her family and her Lord will forever be remembered. 
   Catherine is survived by her ten children; Jim (Joyce) Riemenapp of Cobb, Norbert (fiancÚ Cindy Childs) Riemenapp of Dodgeville, JoAnn (Jack) Cauffman of Lancaster, Harold (Peggy) Riemenapp of Hazel Green, Dennis Riemenapp of Boscobel, Dave (Cindra) Riemenapp of Mt. Hope, Maurice (Chris Arms) Riemenapp of Blue River, Dick (Rachel) Riemenapp of Stitzer, Delores (Steve) Bollant of Stitzer, Mary Kay (Jim) Waul of Platteville, 22 grandchildren and 23 great grandchildren along with one great-great granddaughter.
   Catherine was preceded in death by her parents, husband Vernon on March 6, 1983, brother Delbert (Viola) O’Shaughnessy, two grandchildren; Derek Riemenapp and Kelly Cauffman, two nephews; Tom and Patrick O’Shaughnessy. 
   Funeral services will be held at 11:00 A.M. on Tuesday May 31, 2016 at the St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Fennimore with burial to follow in the church cemetery.
   Visitation will be held from 4:00-7:00 P.M. on Monday May 30, 2016 at the Larson Family Funeral Home in Fennimore and from 10:00-10:30 A.M. at the funeral home on Tuesday morning. 
   In lieu of plants and flowers a memorial fund is being established in loving memory of Catherine M. Riemenapp. Online condolences may be made at www.larsonfuneralhomes.com 

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Larry Gage
 

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Larry Gage, 69, formerly of Waterloo, Iowa, died suddenly of natural causes at his farm in Soldiers Grove, WI. instead of in his bass boat fishing as he so hoped.
   Larry Gage was born on March 22, 1947 in Waterloo to Chuck and Charlotte (Ridgeway) Gage, Sr.  He attended Orange Public School.
   Larry served in the Vietnam War and was a proud U.S. Army Ranger.  He was awarded two Bronze Stars and the Purple Heart.
   He was an accomplished salesman who worked for several successful businesses specializing in tool and die equipment, and HVAC steam systems.
   Larry married Lana Sergeant and they had three daughters Tina Gage, Amy (Aaron) Mishler, Kara Gage-Wolf, they later divorced.       Larry married Adrienne Cruz in 1993 and they have one son Danton Gage. 
   He is also survived by two siblings:  Chuck Gage and  Beverly Penne.  Larry was a beloved grandfather to five grandchildren:  Emily  Gage, Gage Walter, Bobbi Wolf, Aden Gage-Rolf, and Andrew Gage; and four great grandchildren Dayton Gage, Jamiah Malone, Serenity Malone, and Jeremy Malone, Jr.
   He was preceded in death by his parents.
   He was a lifetime member of B.A.S.S and a district director of Fishers of Men National Tournament Trail.  He was  also a member of the American Legion, and  the Wisconsin State Horse Council (of which he was District 5 Vice President).
   Larry worked hard to support his family, particularly Adrienne's horse hobby. He was also an avid snowmobiler who also enjoyed camping, and hunting.
   In lieu of flowers the family suggests donations to the Soldiers Grove Church of Christ and  The American Legion.
   Friends may call on Thursday, May 26, from 4 to 7 PM at the Sime Funeral Home in Readstown. Burial will be in Iowa next week.  Online condolences may be sent to simefuneralforum.com.


Herbert M. Krohn
 

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Herbert M. Krohn "Mark", age 67, of Cassville and formerly of Bloomington, passed away peacefully on May 17th, 2016 at Grant Regional Health Center in Lancaster, WI, after a courageous battle with cancer.
   Mark was born July 29th, 1948, in Lancaster, the son of Herbert and Bernice (Peake) Krohn. He was the youngest of seven children. He shared a lot of childhood memories of running around the hillsides of Beetown, many of them with his dog Tippy at his side.        He graduated from Lancaster High School in 1966. He served in the US Air Force from 1967 to 1971. He married Patsy Valdovinos on March 25th, 1968. Together they raised four children; Jeffrey, Tammy, Melissa & Kandy
in Bloomington, WI. They later divorced.
   Mark moved to Cassville, WI and was united in marriage with Cathy McNett on September 28th, 1996 at the Little
Brown Church in Nashua, Ia.
   He worked 37 years for Schurman's Butter and Cheese, Wisconsin Dairies and at Foremost Farms until his retirement. Mark spent a lot of years hunting for deer, mushrooms, asparagus and ginseng, along with fishing from his boat, and the banks, all over Grant County and up North on occasion.      He had many great stories to tell about his adventures and a wonderful sense of humor to go along with it. He was quite the handyman and a great advice giver. He loved gardening, baking his award winning apple pies and garage saling (always getting the best deal). Mark also enjoyed shining deer, going for rides and visiting the Amish stores and bakeries.
   He was a big fan of Willie Nelson & enjoyed seeing him in concert. He enjoyed his annual Father's Day trips to the Dells and loved to spend time with his loving family. He will be greatly missed.
   Mark is survived by his wife, Cathy (McNett) Krohn, Cassville; four children: Jeffrey (Amy) Krohn, Prairie du Chien, Tammy (Kyle) Hudson, Melissa (John) Okey and Kandy (Matt Walker) Krohn, all of Cassville; his grandchildren:
Jeffrey, Wade, Lindsey, Laura and Shane; his father and mother-in-law, Keith and Helen McNett; his sisters-in-law Evelyn Krohn, Ellen Krohn, Violet Krohn, Jeanine (Jerry) Hochhausen, Barb (Pat) Dietrich, Marsha (Mike) Valentine, and brother-in-law Jim (Amy) McNett; his beloved cat Willie.
   He was preceded in death by his parents, his siblings Richard, Robert, Stanley, Daryl, Marita Dilworth and Marsha Esser, and a granddaughter Faith Walker.
   A celebration of Mark's life, including military rites, will be held from noon until 5:00 p.m. on June 26th, 2016 at the Beetown Town Hall in Beetown, WI.

 

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