The Post-Crescent from Appleton, Wisconsin on April 24, 2006 · 19
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Monday,April24,2006 www.postcrescent.com The Post-Crescent, Appleton-Fox Cities, Wis. C-5 OBITUARIES LOCAL & STATE From C-4 Schumann, Vicki J. Appleton - After an unwavering and courageous fifteen-year battle against cancer, while sur COURAGEOUS. WICHMANN FUNERAL HOME 537 N. Superior Street Appleton 920-739-1231 www.wicrimannfurieralhornesxom Noffke,JohnW. John W. Noffke, Neenah, age 81, passed away unexpectedly on Saturday, April 22, 2006. The lifetime rounded by her families, Vicki received her most beautiful gift of everlasting peace and comfort in the arms of her gracious Lord Jesus on sir experiences of John Noffke most closely resemble the giant venerable oak tree that grew behind the schoolhouse Bednarowski, Peter (Trish) Noffke, Jennifer (OIlie) Griese, Jayne (Bill) Wilde; a daughter-in-law, Laurie Noffke; nine grandchildren, Renee Noffke, Jereme Noffke, Katy Bednarowski, Alex Bednarowski, Christopher Bednarowski, Cheri (Craig) Smith, Christine Noffke, Richard (Jill) Noffke, Michael Noffke and special friend Dana; eleven greatgrandchildren; a sister, Irm-gard (Arnold) Seidler, his brother, Paul (Judy) Noffke; and a special loyal friend, David Gerhardt. He was preceded in death by a son, Thomas and a brother, Eugene. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, April 25, 2006, at Menasha's Westgor Funeral Home, with Rev. Richard Maurice officiating. Interment will be in Oak Hill Cemetery. Relatives and friends may call on Tuesday from Noon until the time of services. A reception will be held at 5 p.m. at the Bridge-wood Resort and Conference Center, Neenah. WESTGOR FUNERAL HOME 1140 Appleton Road Menasha 920-7200314 a hat on their head, gloves, jacket, pair of boots stuffed on their feet, a hot meal, and on their way down the hill -even though they were just stopping by to say hi. He genuinely and altruistically enjoyed helping people have fun. The traditions of various holidays were one of John's favorite parts of family life. Whether it was making sure the pear was properly placed on the Christmas tree, making sure there was a big enough turkey for Thanksgiving, running through the ski village on New Years Eve, or perfectly grilling steaks on the Fourth of July, making sure that everyone enjoyed the holidays was on of John's passions. Even on his own birthday John would be working hard to make sure everyone had a good time and had plenty to eat. The prodigy of this great oak tree will continue into the future as examples have of a caring and nurturing husband, father, grandfather and friend. John is truly and undoubtedly enjoying heaven, and we know heaven is enjoying him. Survivors include his wife, Jackie; four children, Mary and nourishes a sprawling canopy, Jack and John's bond has provided the strength and direction to nourish and touch thousands of lives around them. In business, John and Jack built houses for over 40 years. In 1964, they founded Wisconsin Lumber and were charter members of the Fox Valley Home Builders Association. The true value in John's life is the thousands of people he touched. He would stop anything he was doing to take the time to talk to a perfect stranger at Krueger's Hardware Store or dust the snow off a fallen skier at Ski Brule. In his lifetime John worked and played hard. Others have said that there was no difference for him between work and play. Anyone who knew John has memories filled with his unselfish care for other people. No matter what he did he was always looking out for other people. When musky fishing with him, he would hand the pole with the biggest fish to someone else. When hunting, he would put others in the "best spot." If you ever went skiing with him he would have you pick the best run. Many people stopped by the ski cottage to say hello, and within minutes found themselves with OFM Cap. Officiating and assisted by Deacon Roy Baum-ruk. Interment will follow in Riverside Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home on Tuesday from 4 until 8 p.m. and again Wednesday at the church from 9 a.m. until the hour of the service. Vicki deeply appreciated, cherished and loved her many relatives and close friends who so many times set aside their own lives to listen, support, assist, provide care and most of all encouraged her for the past fifteen years. Your devoted thoughts, actions and prayers gave Vicki the added strength and faith to bravely face and overcome her most difficult times. In addition, the family would like to extend their profound gratitude to the many , medical and nursing professionals who shared the very best of their talent, time, commitment, compassion, patience and understanding. Your gifts allowed our family to share an additional and precious fifteen years together. We are especially indebted to Dr. Jan Kasperbauer and Dr. Robert Foote of the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, and Dr. Bradley Lauderdale and Dr. Catherine Dremel of the Affinity Medical Group in Appleton and Menasha, Wisconsin. We will forever be grateful for all you have done for our family. Dearest Vicki, we will love you and hold you in our hearts for the rest of our days...May the good Lord grant you life eternal and bless your soul both now and forever and unto the ages of ages ... Amen Dear GOD, Let Me Remember... THY will, not my will, be done. I will to will THY will. THY will is my salvation To be willing is to be near his birthplace in Shawano. He was born July 4, 1924, son of the late Paul and Frieda (Buettner) Noffke. His early years were deeply rooted in a hardworking, strong value-driven family that led him to follow his father Paul Noffke (a mason) into the building trade. He met the love of his life Inez "Jackie" in the seventh grade and they were married Feb. 14, 1946. Their marriage and dedication to one another for over 60 years provides an envious example of how loving and caring two people can be. Just as the sturdy trunk of the oak tree supports Saturday, April 22, 2006. Vicki was born on March 14, 1957, the daughter of JoAnn (See-man) and Richard Soave. On August 9, 1980, she and her high school sweetheart, Donald Schumann stood together before God and received the sacrament of marriage, which they celebrated for over 25 years. 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