Obituaries – Larson Funeral Homes, Fennimore WI and Montfort WI

Daniel A. Neuroth

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Fennimore, WI-Daniel Alvin Neuroth, age 58, died unexpectedly surrounded by his loving family on Monday Aug. 31, 2015 at U.W. Hospital in Madison, WI. Dan was born on July 12, 1957 in Lancaster the son of Charles & Norma (Alexander) Neuroth. He was united in marriage to Laurie Hirsch on April 26, 1980 in Kieler. Dan graduated from Fennimore High School in 1975. He continued farming the family farm until going to work in maintenance. He was a patient, calm, compassionate and caring person. Dan was always ready to help others and loved visiting with people. He enjoyed collecting toy tractors, writing in his journal and collecting family history along with being an avid Badger, Packer and Brewer’s fan. Dan was a member of the Fennimore Masonic Lodge, the Zor Shriners, and a volunteer read more.. - Leave Condolences

Melissa L. Fry

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Fennimore – Melissa Lynn Fry, age 40, of Fennimore, went home to be with her lord on Monday, August 24, 2015 surrounded by her devoted and loving husband Matt, mom Mary, and family. Despite putting up a courageous battle, she lost the fight to heart disease. Melissa was born on March 28, 1975 in Prairie du Chien, WI the daughter of Terry and Mary (Gotto) Breuer. She married Matthew Fry on Nov. 6, 1999 in Fennimore. Missy was a free spirit who was loved by her friends and co-workers. She has worked at Great Lakes Educational Loan Services in Boscobel for the past 15 years. Missy was a devoted and loving wife to her husband Matt whom she cherished and loved so much. He was her world and she was his. She also loved the Brewers and her Hilltop dart team Kathy, Karen and Cheryl. Missy is read more.. - Leave Condolences

Gilbert E. “Gene” Knutson

Gene Knutson

Prairie du Chien – Gilbert E. “Gene” Knutson, age 90, of Prairie du Chien, died unexpectedly at home on Thursday morning, August 20, 2015. Gilbert was born on July 12, 1925 in Clifton Township, Grant Co., WI the son of Gilbert W. and Anita (Gundlach) Knutson. He married Lexa Mae Hodgson on Sept. 29, 1944 and later Dana on May 4, 2004. Following graduation from Livingston High School, Gene was drafted into the US Army and served his country from 1944-1945. Upon returning home, he farmed in the Livingston and Cobb areas before purchasing a farm in rural Livingston. Gene retired from farming and moved to Fennimore in the mid 1980’s. After the death of his first wife Lexa in 1991, Gene moved to Prairie du Chien. Gene enjoyed playing golf and worked as a square dance caller for over 40 read more.. - Leave Condolences

Laurel L. “Laurie” Burow

Patch Grove, WI-Laurel Lynn “Laurie” Burow, was called to her heavenly home on Aug. 17, 2015 at the age of 67. Laurel was the daughter of John & Alvida (Johnson) Reich and born into God’s family through Holy Baptism in 1948. She was united in marriage to Thomas Burow on Aug. 8, 1970 in Milwaukee, WI. Laurel is survived by her caring husband of 45 years; Tom Burow of Patch Grove, Chad (Lori) Burow of New Berlin, Amy (Damion) Glisper of Milwaukee, Leah (Kevin) Noel of Milwaukee, Clint (Carol) Burow of Roscoe, IL, along with 10 wonderful grandchildren as well as her dear siblings; Dennis (Sue) Reich of Waukesha, Jana (Paul) Thompson of Milwaukee, and Karla (Floyd) Schmidt of Boscobel. Memorial services will be held at 2:00 P.M. on Saturday afternoon Aug. 29, 2015 at the Grace read more.. - Leave Condolences

Lovetta Pauline Bailey

Pauline Bailey

Lovetta Pauline Bailey, age 85 of Fennimore, died on Tuesday evening August 18, 2015 at Lancaster Care Center in Lancaster. Pauline was born on April 2, 1930 in Rensselaer, IN the daughter of Sherman and Jessie (Denniston) Simonin. She married James A. Bailey on March 24, 1951 in Rensselaer, IN. Pauline was a dedicated member of the Trinity Evangelical Free Church in Fennimore since 1963. Aside from helping on the farm, Pauline worked at Badger Ordinance in Baraboo during to mid to late 1960’s and at Rayovac in Fennimore for almost 25 years. Pauline enjoyed golfing with her husband both locally and in the southern United States during the winter months. She was an avid gardener, enjoyed canning and was known for her wonderful strawberry jam. Pauline was a simple woman who took pride in read more.. - Leave Condolences

Carol Ann Andrew

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Livingston, WI-Carol Ann Andrew passed away at home on Wednesday August 12, 2015 surrounded by her family. She was born on July 11, 1925 in Eden Township, to William and Vera (Lindauer) Trankle. She married John Andrew on August 1, 1949 in Cobb. Carol and John farmed outside of Livingston for many years raising four children.  Carol began her teaching career at Carpenter School near Mifflin in 1951.  She returned to Platteville University to earn her BA degree in 1970.  From 1970 to 1972 Carol taught at ST. Josephs School in Dodgeville.  Carol taught at Iowa-Grant Schools from 1972 to 1991, at which time she retired from teaching.  Carol was actively involved in many civic groups and faithfully served her church for many years.  Carols passions included traveling with her husband John, read more.. - Leave Condolences

John W. Rewey

John Rewey

Dodgeville, WI - John W. Rewey, age 87, of Dodgeville and formerly of Prairie du Chien and Platteville, died on Wednesday evening August 5, 2015 at UW-Hospital in Madison. John was born on May 7, 1928 in his grandmother’s house in Patch Grove, WI the son of Edward and Ruth (Wilkinson) Rewey. He married Eleanor Kujawa on June 2, 1946 and later June (Munns) Moen on June 18, 1999. John grew up on a dairy farm raising cows, hogs, and chickens. During his junior year in high school, John joined the Navy. He served 22 months aboard the USS Adams DM-27 as a Fireman, F1 Class. John and Eleanor were married for 45 years and raised five children: David, Dennis, Jeanne, Jeffrey, and Eddy. For almost 30 years, John and Eleanor owned and operated a bar in Platteville called "Big Bad John and Eleanor read more.. - Leave Condolences

Bonita M. “Bonnie” Kuchar

Bonita Kuchar

Fennimore – Bonita M. “Bonnie” Kuchar, age 78, of Fennimore, died on Sunday afternoon July 26, 2015 at the New Glarus Home in New Glarus, WI. Bonnie was born in Dodgeville, WI and raised in Preston on April 6, 1937 the daughter of Ira and Augusta (Murphy) Everson. She was a lifelong resident of the Fennimore and Mt. Hope areas. In her early years, after graduating from Fennimore High School, Bonnie was a secretary in Madison and Fennimore.  She was also employed at
 the Boscobel Clinic as a nurse prior to marrying William “Billy” Collins of
Mt. Hope on Dec. 13, 1962. She spent the next twenty years as a homemaker, farming and
raising her five children. After the death of her husband Billy in 1984, she resumed her career at
 the Boscobel Clinic.  On April 27, 1991, Bonnie married John J. read more.. - Leave Condolences

Gerald W. Udelhoven

Gerald Udelhoven

Gerald W. Udelhoven, 89, Fennimore, passed away peacefully on July 21, 2015 surrounded by his family. Gerald was born December 2, 1925 near Rockville, Wisconsin to William and Lillie (Swendsen) Udelhoven. He proudly served his country in the Korean War from 1950 to 1952 and returned home a decorated soldier with two Purple Heart medals and two bronze service stars. Gerald was united in marriage to Delores Stivarius at St. Thomas Catholic Church in Monfort, Wisconsin on February 15, 1955. Gerald was a life-long farmer. In 1956, he and Delores purchased a farm between Monfort and Fennimore on Highway 18. The couple farmed there until their retirement in the 1980’s and continued to call the farm home. Gerald enjoyed hunting, traveling and playing FreeCell. He was never happier then read more.. - Leave Condolences

Peter R. Grunder

Peter Grunder

Peter Rudolph Grunder, age 86 of Fennimore, died on Saturday July 18, 2015 at the Fennimore Good Samaritan Society. Peter was born on October 31, 1928 in Indonesia the son of Carlos and Clara (Fluckiger) Grunder. He married Annagret Sager on Dec. 4, 1954 at the Cathedral in Berm Switzerland. Peter was born in Indonesia and returned to Switzerland at age seven. In his early twenties, Peter went to Morroco to manage a farm for four years. While in Morroco, he met his future wife Annegret. Following their marriage, Peter and Anna immigrated to the United States and settled in the Mount Hope area where they farmed for ten years before purchasing a farm outside of Mt. Ida. They continued farming until moving to Fennimore in 1992. Peter was an active member of the Fennimore Masonic Lodge and read more.. - Leave Condolences

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