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Ethel Jane Rau

June 10, 1924 - November 29, 2010
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Ethel “Jane” Rau, age 86, formerly of Beaver Dam, currently residing in Jackson, died Monday, November 29, 2010 at St. Luke”s Medical Center in Milwaukee. A memorial gathering will be held at the Murray Funeral Home in Horicon on Friday, December 3, 2010 from 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM. A memorial service will follow atContinue Reading

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Eunice (Schliewe) Mueller left a message on December 9, 2010:
Hi Karen and Elaine; I don''t know if you''ll remember me. I am Ada Rosin''s dtr., Euny from Beaver Dam. I am SO sorry to learn of your mother''s passing. My mom and your mom worked together at the Weyenberg Shoe factory on Spring St. in BD. We lived 2 blocks up the street on DeClark St. from you. After you moved to Jackson, we came to visit you several times. I had NO idea that your mom was still with us all these years. Please accept my deepest sympathy. I have another reason for writing. I''m working on our high school class'' 50th reunion. We can''t find Chuck. Could you please forward his address to me so i can send him a "Save the Date" postcard. After 50 years, it''s getting more difficult to locate everyone. I would certainly appreciate that. My email address is: euny2@yahoo.com Again, my sympathy is extended to you. I loved your mom. Her sense of humor was simply the best. God bless all of you. Warm regards, Eunice (Schliewe) Mueller
Eunice (Schliewe) Mueller left a message on December 9, 2010:
Hi Karen and Elaine; I don''t know if you''ll remember me. I am Ada Rosin''s dtr., Euny from Beaver Dam. I am SO sorry to learn of your mother''s passing. My mom and your mom worked together at the Weyenberg Shoe factory on Spring St. in BD. We lived 2 blocks up the street on DeClark St. from you. After you moved to Jackson, we came to visit you several times. I had NO idea that your mom was still with us all these years. Please accept my deepest sympathy. I have another reason for writing. I''m working on our high school class'' 50th reunion. We can''t find Chuck. Could you please forward his address to me so i can send him a "Save the Date" postcard. After 50 years, it''s getting more difficult to locate everyone. I would certainly appreciate that. My email address is: euny2@yahoo.com Again, my sympathy is extended to you. I loved your mom. Her sense of humor was simply the best. God bless all of you. Warm regards, Eunice (Schliewe) Mueller
Christine R. Gilbert left a message on December 2, 2010:
My Deepest Sympathies to Jane''s Family. She was a very wonderful and generous person, My husband and our Son Tommy were her next door neighbors when we lived in Jackson. She always had a smile on her face. I will miss waving to her on her porch. She will be missed!!!! With Sympathy, The William Gilbert Family
Christine R. Gilbert left a message on December 2, 2010:
My Deepest Sympathies to Jane''s Family. She was a very wonderful and generous person, My husband and our Son Tommy were her next door neighbors when we lived in Jackson. She always had a smile on her face. I will miss waving to her on her porch. She will be missed!!!! With Sympathy, The William Gilbert Family
Jody Dehling (Windsor) left a message on December 1, 2010:
My deepest sympathy to your family. I remember as a kid going into Vern & Janes''s and your mom and dad would always give us a glass of orange soda while our parents played cards or cribbage. Your parents were good to everyone and we loved your mom''s cooking. In the later years i remember walking past her house and she would be sitting on the porch waiving and would stop to talk usually about how our parents were doing. They both were very good people and we enjoyed the times we had with them. We will keep the good memories in our hearts Delmar Windsor Family
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Jody Dehling (Windsor) left a message on December 1, 2010:
My deepest sympathy to your family. I remember as a kid going into Vern & Janes''s and your mom and dad would always give us a glass of orange soda while our parents played cards or cribbage. Your parents were good to everyone and we loved your mom''s cooking. In the later years i remember walking past her house and she would be sitting on the porch waiving and would stop to talk usually about how our parents were doing. They both were very good people and we enjoyed the times we had with them. We will keep the good memories in our hearts Delmar Windsor Family
Koepsell Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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