Obituaries – Larson Funeral Homes, Fennimore WI and Montfort WI

Jane E. Napp

Jane Napp

Jane E. (Thompson) Napp, age 78 of Fennimore, died on Monday morning Oct. 20, 2014 at the Fennimore Good Samaritan Society surrounded by her family. Jane was born on May 13, 1936 at home in Mifflin, WI the daughter of Byron and Doris (Murray) Thompson. During her childhood days she lived in Mifflin, Livingston and Stitzer.  She met the love of her life Bobby Napp at a baseball game in Stitzer.  They married on January 15, 1955 and were happily married for 57 years.  They were blessed with two daughters and three sons. Jane spent her entire life devoted to her family.  She was “Grandma Jane” to many children in the Fennimore area.  She enjoyed spending time with family and friends playing cards, shopping, swimming, going for rides, reading, and being a member of The Red Hatters.  She read more.. - Leave Condolences

Harold R. Munns

Harold Munns

Fennimore, WI-Harold R. Munns, age 89 died on Tuesday morning Oct. 7, 2014 at his residence surrounded by his beloved family. Harold was born on Dec. 10, 1924 in Mt. Ida Township, Grant Co. the son of Wilson and Orva (Simons) Munns. Harold was united in marriage to Bette Collins on Dec. 30, 1956 in Dubuque, IA. Harold graduated from Fennimore High School in 1946.  He was dedicated to his family and helped run the farm along with working at the Fennimore Lumber Co. He was also employed about 50 years for Rossing Construction in Fennimore until his retirement. He believed in working hard each day and was sure to instill this quality in his children and was very proud of his family’s accomplishments. Harold enjoyed fishing, hunting, playing cards, dancing, boating and camping. He and Bette read more.. - Leave Condolences

Beverly Grace Copsey

Fennimore, WI-Beverly Grace Copsey, age 83, died on Saturday Oct. 4, 2014 at Mercy Medical Center in Dubuque, IA. Beverly was born on Feb. 10, 1931 in Ferryville, WI the daughter of James and Berneta (Bross) Johnston. Beverly was united in marriage to Roy Copsey on Aug. 6, 1949 at the Freeman Lutheran Church in Ferryville, WI. Beverly graduated from Seneca High School. She loved being a wonderful homemaker and raising her family. She worked at the Mt. Hope Café a couple of years until being employed at Rayovac where she retired in 1993 after 20 years of service. Beverly loved music, enjoyed playing the piano, singing in the church choir and at weddings, and dancing with her beloved husband. Beverly and Roy truly enjoyed their retirement together. They spent time golfing, fishing, read more.. - Leave Condolences

Dr. James F. Lomas

James Lomas

Fennimore, WI-Dr. James F. Lomas, 84, died Thursday Oct. 2, 2014 at Grant Regional Health Center in Lancaster. James was born on April 16,  1930, in Fennimore, WI, the son of George and Alma (Ford) Lomas.  James married his high school sweetheart, Donna Needham, on Aug. 16, 1952 in Fennimore. Dr. Lomas attended St. Mary's grade school and graduated from Fennimore High School in 1948.  He received his Bachelor's degree in economics and pre-law from UW Madison in 1952.  He served as lieutenant in the Army Transportation and Arctic Group during the Korean War.  Upon discharge, he returned to school receiving his Doctorate from Marquette University Dental School in 1959 and set up practice in Fennimore where he served his community for 42 years. Dr. Lomas was a prominent athlete, read more.. - Leave Condolences

Bernadette Cummings

Bernadette Cummings

Muscoda, WI-Bernadette Cummings, age 89, died on Thursday morning Oct. 2, 2014 at Grant Regional Health Center in Lancaster. Bernadette was born on Aug. 24, 1925 in Castle Rock Township, Grant Co., WI the daughter of Gustave and Emma (Prochaska) Nowak. Bernadette was united in marriage to Leonard Cummings on June 12, 1948 in Castle Rock. After high school, Bernadette taught in rural schools for a few years before attending UW-Platteville to obtain her degree in primary education.  She then taught in Milwaukee area parochial schools for 15 years and in Milwaukee public schools for 18 years.  Bernadette retired after 33 years in education. After the death of her husband Leonard, Bernadette moved back to the farm in Castle Rock to be with her family. Bernadette is survived by her read more.. - Leave Condolences

James L. Carmody

Mt Hope, WI-James Carmody, age 59 died on Wednesday afternoon Oct. 1, 2014 at his residence in Mt Hope after a courageous battle with cancer. James was born on June 29, 1955 in Boscobel, WI the son of Leo & Blanche (Richter) Carmody. He was united in marriage to Lois Dressler on Aug. 22, 1981 at St. Lawrence O’Toole Catholic Church. James was employed by Mark Nichols while in high school and continued following graduation until 1980.  He then worked for B&B Construction, Ed and Gary Freymiller Construction, Orval Koschkee, and 3M before being employed at Milk Specialties Global for the past 23 years.  Despite working full time, James continued farming his entire life. James enjoyed deer hunting, playing cards with family and friends, and had a passion for Oliver tractors.  He read more.. - Leave Condolences

Harley L. Johnson

Harley Johnson

Harley L. Johnson, age 68 of Milton, died on Friday Sept. 26, 2014 after a battle with cancer at his sister Janette Spitzbarth’s residence in rural Fennimore.  Harley was born on March 9, 1946 in Fennimore Township, the son of Virgil and Ann (Udelhoven) Johnson. Following graduation from Fennimore High School, Harley worked for a short time at John Deere then began a career at GM in Janesville, WI until retiring as the Dock Manager. He proudly served in the US Army from 1966-1968.  Harley had a passion for hunting and had a wonderful collection of mounts from his hunting expeditions. He also enjoyed collecting and trading collectables.   Harley was a very giving and generous man whose humor, wit, and deal making skills will forever be cherished. Harley is survived by his sisters; read more.. - Leave Condolences

Eileen S. Trimble

Eileen Trimble

Eileen S. Trimble, age 61 of Fennimore and formerly of Milwaukee, died on Thursday morning Sept. 25, 2014 at the Fennimore Good Samaritan Society.  Eileen was born on Oct. 5, 1952 in Milwaukee the daughter of Rex and Tennece (Rhode) Trimble.  She was married to Milton Freiberg from 1971 to 1997. Eileen graduated from James Madison High School in 1971.  She then waitressed at George Webb’s in Milwaukee before moving to Fennimore in 2012.  Eileen enjoyed going out for morning coffee, walking, going to the casino, and scratch off tickets.  Her greatest joy in life was spending time with her children and grandchildren and she always looked forward to gathering with family during holidays and birthdays. Eileen is survived by three daughters and nine grandchildren; Laura (Octavio) Ramirez read more.. - Leave Condolences

Harriet C. Russell

Harriet Russell

Fennimore – Harriet C. Russell, age 85, moved from this earth to Heaven with her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ on Thursday morning Sept. 18, 2014.  Harriet was born on Jan. 3, 1929 in Boscobel, WI to Luther and Hilda (Everson) Swenson, they farmed the family farm in Homer.  She graduated from Boscobel High School.  Harriet and Paul Russell were married in Lancaster on March 30, 1954.  She worked as a switchboard operator in Fennimore, McDowell’s Nursing Home, Uncle Tom’s Kitchen, and Boscobel Nursing Home in Boscobel. She taught vacation bible school with the Rural Bible Crusade for many years.  Paul and Harriet were one of the founding members of the Trinity Evangelical Free Church in Fennimore in 1958.  They farmed near Woodman until 1961 when they purchased her parents farm in Homer.  read more.. - Leave Condolences

Charlotte English

Charlotte English

Charlotte English (Knutson), age 91 of Fennimore, passed away peacefully on September 15, 2014 at the Good Samaritan Society in Fennimore, Wisconsin.  Charlotte was born on June 29, 1923 in Wolf Hollow, near Livingston, Wisconsin, the first of seven children of Gilbert and Anita (Gundlach) Knutson.  From an early age Charlotte had an infectious sense of play, probably inherited from her father, a known prankster.  From her mother Charlotte learned the skills of cooking and canning.  Her lefsa, dill pickles and sweet rolls were revered by several generations. Being the oldest of seven, she also learned a thing or two about child raising, and did a fine job with her two sons, Marc (Angela) of Bluemont, Virginia and Brent (Debra) of Barneveld, Wisconsin. Charlotte married Almon “Ike” read more.. - Leave Condolences