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Elaine Mary Nehls

November 22, 1941 - February 13, 2010
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Elaine Mary Nehls, age 68, of Ogema and formerly of Juneau, went to eternal peace on Saturday, February 13, 2010 at St. Joseph”s Hospital Palliative Care in Marshfield with her family by her side after a long, courageous battle with cancer. The memorial gathering will be at Murray Funeral Home in Beaver Dam on Friday,Continue Reading

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Sondi left a message on December 26, 2011:
All of my questions setetld-thanks!
Diane Lentz left a message on December 26, 2011:
My condolences go out to the family and friends of Cheryl.She was a very pleasant lady that always had a smile on her face, and a great personality. I will miss seeing her presence at Leroy Meats. I feel your grief, for I lost my dear Grandmother on Christmas Day this year. Just know that they are in a better place.God bless everyone.
Annette Haese left a message on December 26, 2011:
Allen, know that we are keeping you in our prayers.
Monica & Kurt Koellen Elaine and Carlton Cook left a message on February 19, 2010:
My mom and Carlton are in West Virgina right now by Jim and Linda Davis and wish to send there condolence. I on the other hand will be there for the family and Carl. Just want the family to know your mom will be greatly missed. Even though I have not seen her for a long time I will still miss her. Laura and I talk I have seen John and Tom at piggly wiggly and Carl came to visit me a couple years back. It is time to reflect on what is really important at this time it is family that will get you through.I will never forget the days in that old and big house in Juneau I still think about the steps that you could take all the way up stairs the back steps you know what I mean kids. Elaine will be missed in all of your lives and mine. To lie in the hearts of others is never to die. I love that saying. Your mom did have that affect on everyone she touched including me. Monica
Monica & Kurt Koellen Elaine and Carlton Cook left a message on February 19, 2010:
My mom and Carlton are in West Virgina right now by Jim and Linda Davis and wish to send there condolence. I on the other hand will be there for the family and Carl. Just want the family to know your mom will be greatly missed. Even though I have not seen her for a long time I will still miss her. Laura and I talk I have seen John and Tom at piggly wiggly and Carl came to visit me a couple years back. It is time to reflect on what is really important at this time it is family that will get you through.I will never forget the days in that old and big house in Juneau I still think about the steps that you could take all the way up stairs the back steps you know what I mean kids. Elaine will be missed in all of your lives and mine. To lie in the hearts of others is never to die. I love that saying. Your mom did have that affect on everyone she touched including me. Monica
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Caring Neighbor left a message on February 18, 2010:
Losing a loved one can be devastating. Which is why I wanted to express my deepest sympathy and concern for you and also share with you the wonderful hope for our dead loved ones. As you grieve Elaine''s death, please reflect on the hope in question, which comes from Jehovah God. (Psalms 36:9). By means of the Bible, He allows us to understand how He''ll eliminate death for good one day and bring our dead loved one back to life. This is evident in Scriptures like (Isaiah 25: 8), (John 5: 28), (1 Corinthians 15:26), (Revelation 21:3 and 4), which can comfort you in this time of sorrow. God''s promises are guaranteed because He cannot lie. Moreover John 11 verses 11-14, 39, 43, and 44 attests that Jesus, who God appoints to bring the dead back to life, can do it since he did it when he resurrected Lazarus when he was on earth. As you await Elaine''s resurrection, please heed Jesus'' counsel in John 17 verse 3 and take steps to gain accurate knowledge of God and Jesus by carefully studying the Bible with the Witnesses. In John 5 verse 39, Jesus explains that such study is imperative if one wishes to have everlasting life one day here on earth, which will be become a paradise where you can be re-united with Elaine again in a world free of violence, war, sickness, old age etc... (Ps 37: 9-11 and 29), (Psalms 46: 8 and 9), (Isaiah 33:24), (Job: 33:25).
Caring Neighbor left a message on February 18, 2010:
Losing a loved one can be devastating. Which is why I wanted to express my deepest sympathy and concern for you and also share with you the wonderful hope for our dead loved ones. As you grieve Elaine''s death, please reflect on the hope in question, which comes from Jehovah God. (Psalms 36:9). By means of the Bible, He allows us to understand how He''ll eliminate death for good one day and bring our dead loved one back to life. This is evident in Scriptures like (Isaiah 25: 8), (John 5: 28), (1 Corinthians 15:26), (Revelation 21:3 and 4), which can comfort you in this time of sorrow. God''s promises are guaranteed because He cannot lie. Moreover John 11 verses 11-14, 39, 43, and 44 attests that Jesus, who God appoints to bring the dead back to life, can do it since he did it when he resurrected Lazarus when he was on earth. As you await Elaine''s resurrection, please heed Jesus'' counsel in John 17 verse 3 and take steps to gain accurate knowledge of God and Jesus by carefully studying the Bible with the Witnesses. In John 5 verse 39, Jesus explains that such study is imperative if one wishes to have everlasting life one day here on earth, which will be become a paradise where you can be re-united with Elaine again in a world free of violence, war, sickness, old age etc... (Ps 37: 9-11 and 29), (Psalms 46: 8 and 9), (Isaiah 33:24), (Job: 33:25).
Sue Deglow left a message on February 16, 2010:
Kim, you''re in my thoughts,my heart, and my prayers. You have my deepest sympathy.
Marlene Zarling left a message on February 16, 2010:
First of all, Marv and I are so sad that Elaine has left us and our sympathy is with you Jim, and the rest of your family. We have all lost a great human being. Unfortunately, we are spending the winter in Florida so we will not be able to be at the memorial service. That thought is not comforting to me but please know that we will be there in spirit on Friday. I can honestly say that I have never known such a giving, understanding, funny and life smart person. Our years working together at Dodge County were so great and I am so glad we continued our friendship after our retirements. Our regular phone calls from the "shack" at Ogema to Hartford and back were the next best thing to getting together more often in person. My great sadness is that I was not able to give her a big hug in recent months, and that will be hard to get out of my mind. But I have such good memories that I pray those memories will overcome that sadness. Elaine brightened my working life at Dodge County with her outlook on life, her talented and numerous baking sprees that she shared with her co-workers, and her constant willingness to share her knowledge with others. She was a whiz with the computer and always willing to help dummies like me with any new technology. I know that her light will continue to shine from heaven on all of us. With much love and respect Marlene and Marv Zarling
Todd & Susan Nehls left a message on February 16, 2010:
Karl, Kim, Tom, Debra, Laura and John, my deepest sympathy and condolences. Elaine was the greatest. She was a superior worker who helped hundreds of county employees with crucial benefits. I am out-of-state and regret I can not be with you on Friday, be assured I will be thinking of Elaine and all of you. Some of my fondest memories come go back to our years on West Oak Grove St.
ed weeks left a message on February 16, 2010:
kim & family my thoughts and prayers are with you. on the loss of your mother.
Sue Deglow left a message on February 16, 2010:
Kim, you''re in my thoughts,my heart, and my prayers. You have my deepest sympathy.
Marlene Zarling left a message on February 16, 2010:
First of all, Marv and I are so sad that Elaine has left us and our sympathy is with you Jim, and the rest of your family. We have all lost a great human being. Unfortunately, we are spending the winter in Florida so we will not be able to be at the memorial service. That thought is not comforting to me but please know that we will be there in spirit on Friday. I can honestly say that I have never known such a giving, understanding, funny and life smart person. Our years working together at Dodge County were so great and I am so glad we continued our friendship after our retirements. Our regular phone calls from the "shack" at Ogema to Hartford and back were the next best thing to getting together more often in person. My great sadness is that I was not able to give her a big hug in recent months, and that will be hard to get out of my mind. But I have such good memories that I pray those memories will overcome that sadness. Elaine brightened my working life at Dodge County with her outlook on life, her talented and numerous baking sprees that she shared with her co-workers, and her constant willingness to share her knowledge with others. She was a whiz with the computer and always willing to help dummies like me with any new technology. I know that her light will continue to shine from heaven on all of us. With much love and respect Marlene and Marv Zarling
Todd & Susan Nehls left a message on February 16, 2010:
Karl, Kim, Tom, Debra, Laura and John, my deepest sympathy and condolences. Elaine was the greatest. She was a superior worker who helped hundreds of county employees with crucial benefits. I am out-of-state and regret I can not be with you on Friday, be assured I will be thinking of Elaine and all of you. Some of my fondest memories come go back to our years on West Oak Grove St.
ed weeks left a message on February 16, 2010:
kim & family my thoughts and prayers are with you. on the loss of your mother.
Koepsell Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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