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Genealogy: Cemetery: Index

  Lisbon-Merton Union Cemetery

Recent obituaries with burials

Edited by Mike Reilly

Updated 04/14/2009

    This web page is in need of volunteer(s) to transcribe the remaining tombstones/grave markers in this cemetery and/or to contact the individual(s) holding the cemetery burial records and transcribe them. Transcriptions should be sent to this website's Webmaster (see bottom of page for email address) by email (preferably in alphabetical order to speed addition) Corrections may be sent likewise. Volunteers will be recognized for their efforts on this page.

Sources: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, personal transcription by Mike Reilly, and by Morgan Pfaff at [email protected]. Contact webmaster for additions or corrections

 

Bierman, Mabel Elsie (Nee Winkelman) Hartland, died April 12, 2009. Age 95. Beloved wife of the late Herbert. Survived by children Donald (Bonnie), James (Mildred), Beverly (John) Meissner, Barbara (the late Gary) Turnacliff and Gary (Denise), 16 grandchildren, 27 great-grandchildren and siblings. Visitation Wed., April 15, from 11:30 AM until Funeral Services at 2 PM, at Faith Lutheran Church, W244 N6383 Weaver Drive, Sussex. Committal at Lisbon-Merton Union Cemetery after services with a celebration of her life to follow. In lieu of flowers, memorials to Faith Lutheran Church would be appreciated. EVERT-LUKO 170 Warren Avenue, Hartland 262-367-2156

Burk, Gary D., of Colgate, May 23, 2003, age 41 yrs. Husband of Julie. Father of Dennis and Randall. Son of Glen and Joanie Burk. Dear brother of Greg (Debbie) Burk. Further survived by other relatives and many friends. Funeral at Peace Lutheran Church W240 N6145 Maple Ave., Sussex.

Deverse, Joseph L. Of Colgate, WI, age 86. Died Monday, April 23, 2007. Father of Donna (Roger) Choinsky, George (Barbara), Debbie Riemer and Denise (Jonathan) Brown. Grandpa of 10, and great-grandpa of 11. Joe taught at MSOE for 30 years, and mentored many mechanical engineering students. He loved to play Bingo and enjoyed the outdoors. Funeral Services held on Friday, April 27, at 11 AM. AT THE FUNERAL HOME, SCHMIDT & BARTELT A.A. Schmidt & Sons Funeral and Cremation Service N84 W17937 Menomonee Ave. Menomonee Falls 262-251-3630 Published in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel on 4/25/2007.

Dibble, Ruby M., (Nee Meissner) Age 90 years. Of Merton. Wed., June 16, 1999. Wife of the late Irvin G. Mother of Donald (Claudia), Roger (Karen) and the late Irvin "Bud" (Shirley) Dibble. Grandmother of Karen Sue (Randy) Smith, Ken (Angie), Jerry (Deb), Dennis and Ryan Dibble, Judy (Bruce) Pine and Tony (Susan) Stevens. Sister of Esther Schafer. Further survived by great-grandchildren, other relatives and friends.


Dobbertin, Merrill G.,of Merton, Oct. 2, 2000, age 81 years. Husband of the late Janet. Father of Robert (Marsha) of Scottsdale, AZ, Dennis of Dousman, Russell (Terrie) of Waukesha and Karen of Merton. Grandpa of Marisa, Donny, Derek, Dayna, Lacy, Tiffany (Jason) Phipps and Ryan. Great-grandpa of Kaytlin Jayne Phipps. Brother of Janet Mueller and Minnibel (Norm) Dunn. Merrill was a longtime farmer and worked for the Waukesha Highway Department for many years.


Dors, Hannelore, (Nee Zabel) Of Colgate. Age 59. June 19, 2000. Wife of Fritz. Mother of Monica (Jay) Lucht, Angela (Brent) Way and Andreas (Connie). Sister of Werner (Lydia) Zabel. Grandmother of Derek, Danica, Desirae, Kirsten and Alyssa. Nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Memorial Service  at BROOKFIELD ASSEMBLY OF GOD, (3285 N. Calhoun rd.). 


John Wright Fuller (M)
b. 01 Jun 1833, d. 09 Dec 1908
Pedigree
Last Edited=12 Feb 1997

     John was born at New York, on 1 June 1833. He was the son of John Fuller and Elizabeth (Betsy) Clark. John died on 9 December 1908 at Pewaukee, Wi Bu Lisbon-Merton Union Cem..

John Fuller (M)
b. 15 Aug 1793, d. 23 Jan 1878
Pedigree
Last Edited=12 Feb 1997

     John was born at Shaftsbury Vt, on 15 August 1793. He was the son of John Fuller and Elizabeth (?) Fuller. He married Elizabeth (Betsy) Clark at Bennington, Vt, in December 1816. John died on 23 January 1878 at Merton, Wi. Bu:Lisbon-Merton Cem.

     Children of John Fuller and Elizabeth (Betsy) Clark:
Elisa Fuller   (02 Dec 1817 - 12 Sep 1924)
Adelia Fuller   (c 1820)
Norman C. Fuller   (1822)
Levi Fuller   (24 Dec 1825)
John Wright Fuller   (01 Jun 1833 - 09 Dec 1908)
Charles Rolland Fuller   (29 Apr 1836 - 07 Mar 1921)

 Elizabeth was born at Bennington, Vt, on 24 May 1798. She was the daughter of James Clark and Elizabeth Wright. She married John Fuller at Bennington, Vt, in December 1816. Elizabeth died on 24 February 1876 at Merton, Wi. Bu: Lisbon-Merton Cem.


Golner's flying passion led to ultralights, By Eldon Knoche of the Journal Sentinel staff Last Updated: Sept. 8, 1999
Jerry Golner, a tool and die maker who soared high over Holy Hill and his Town of Erin farm in his ultralight planes, died of cancer Tuesday at Community Memorial Hospital in Menomonee Falls. He was 73.

In 1994 Golner provided an ultralight kit and advice to industrial technology students at Arrowhead High School's North Campus. The students built the airplane, and Golner himself was the test pilot. Then he flew the plane to the Experimental Aircraft Association convention in Oshkosh. He took a number of his planes to the EAA over the years and this past summer was a technical counselor for ultralights there.

He was born Jerome F. Golner on June 11, 1926, in the Town of Lisbon to Frank and Sophie Golner and grew up on the family farm. At age 16, he went to work at a machine shop and later was employed at A.O. Smith Corp. for a few years. He was a partner in Lee Custom Engineering in Hartford before he bought his own machine shop in 1965 and renamed it Golner Precision Products. The business originally was in Pewaukee, but he eventually moved it to Hartland.

Golner became an advocate for the blind, and his work force of 10 to 12 people often included two or three who were blind or had partial eyesight. Using special measuring devices in Braille, they ran the machinery, and often customers never realized the work was being done by blind people, said Golner's son, David. In 1975 the Wisconsin Council for the Blind honored Golner as the state
employer of the year.

He had an interest in flying before meeting Marie Patrick while roller-skating at the Nightingale in Menomonee Falls, but, after they married in 1947, he spent his time on family and career instead of a pilot's license. After he had operated his own business for a while, however, he obtained his license and flew a Cessna 172 he owned with others. When high blood pressure caused him to give up the pilot's license in the early 1980s, he began building and flying ultralights, which require no license. At about the same time, he and his wife moved from Pewaukee to a 50-acre farm in Erin, and he built a 1,200-foot grass airstrip. He called it the Jerry Golner Interplanetary Airport. He never had a major accident, although a wheel once got caught in the soybeans. The ultralight flipped upside down, but Golner was not hurt. Two of his sons, David and Jack, have pilot's licenses.

In 1990 he retired and sold the machine shop to his son, James. James died in 1997, and his widow, Pamela Golner, now operates the business in Sussex. Two of Jerry Golner's sons, Jack and Richard, still work at Golner Precision Products.

Golner is survived by his wife, Marie, and six children, Patricia Wand of Milwaukee, Barbara Collins of Eagle River, Thomas, David and Jack, all of Pewaukee, and Richard of Waukesha. The funeral at St. John's Catholic Church, Highway Q and Monches Road in the Monches area of the Town of Merton.


Grochowski, Lottie A., (nee Gaura) Nov. 9, 1999, age 82 years. Beloved wife of Stanley. Mother of John (Dorothy) Grochowski and Janice (Brian) Boxer. Grandmother of John, Daisy and the late Adam. Sister of Julia, Peter, Anthony, Stella, Ike, Mary, Elizabeth, Chris, and Clara. Further survived by nieces, nephews, other relatives . Mass at St. Rita Church, S. 60th and W. Lincoln Ave. 


Heling,  Eda W., 1883-1967 - "Mother" (the family history has spelled her name as Ida on most documents, although she was also called  "Edie")  

Heling, William C., 1886-1970 - "Father"

Heling,  Laura T., 11 Nov 1887-15 Feb 1975 

Heling, Paul W., 7 Jan 1888-26 July 1955

Hiemer, Gerold F. "Jerry", Age 71 years. Tues., Nov. 27, 2001. Husband and best friend of Katie (nee Pelt). Dear father of Jeff (Debbie), Chris (Rosemarie), Steven (Julie) and Jim Hiemer. Grandfather of Brian, Jenny, Ashley, Jeff Scott, Erika, Brandon, Amanda and Andrew. Further survived by other relatives and friends. Funeral at West Granville Presbyterian Church, 6935 N. 107th St., Milwaukee.  Jerry was a retiree of the Miller Brewery. 

Horne, Franklin J., of Merton,

Jeffery, Wilma L. July 8, 2007 at the age of 93. Mother of Cathy (Ted) Selerski, Michael (Luann) Grace, Becki (Gary) Convey, Patrick (Melissa) Grace, and Richard Grace. Further survived by 14 grandchildren, 24 great-grandchildren, other relatives and many dear friends, and her beloved cat, Baby Doll. Visitation was at the Funeral Home on Wednesday, July 11. SCHMIDT & BARTELT A.A. SCHMIDT & SONS Funeral and Cremation Service W250 N6505 Hwy 164 Sussex (262)246-4774. Published in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel on 7/10/2007.

Koehler, Clarence E., Retired Army Major. d. Oct. 31, 1999 age 68 years. Husband of Delores (nee Nevlud). Father of Debra (Monroe) Mulder, Helen (Eric) Smith, Wendy (James) Dengel, Trudy, Vicki (Scott) Meyers, Douglas Koehler and the late Curt Koehler. Grandpa of Carissa, Jesse, Melissa, Rebekah, Jordan, Brandon, Bruce, Erika and Kelsey. Clarence was a member of the National Guard Red Arrow 32nd Division for 35+ years. 


Larsen, A. Geneva, (nee Young), age 100 years. Of Sussex. Thurs., April 4, 2002. Wife of the late Christian. Mother of Paul (Winifred) Larsen of Georgetown, TX and Grace (Norbert) Stuettgen of Menomonee Falls. Grandmother of Barbara (Ken) Matwiczak, Beverly Larsen, Paula (Robert Popelka) Stuettgen and Dennis (Nancy) Stuettgen. Further survived by 4 great-grandchildren, other relatives and friends. Funeral at Lighthouse Baptist Church, N74 W25332 Howard La., Sussex.

Lund, Emma L., 1885-1970 

Lund, John L., 1873-1959

Marquardt, Helen M., 1909-

Marquardt, Arthur J., 1906-1983

Mayhew, Florence H., of HARTLAND. August 7, 1999. Age 84. Survived by husband Leland, her daughter Marilyn (Jim) Jensen, her son L. Thomas (Arla), 7 grandchildren, 16 great-grandchildren, and her sisters Myrtle (Kenneth) Green, Mable Bussewitz and Gladys (Fredrick) Bolton.  Funeral services  at St. John's United Church of Christ, 7298 Main St., Merton. 

Mayhew, Leland W., Of Merton. Sept. 10,. 2001, age 88. Survived by daughter, Marilyn (Jim) Jensen and son, L. Thomas (Arla). He is further survived by 7 grandchildren, 19 great-grandchildren, other relatives and friends. Funeral at St. John's United Church of Christ, 7298 Main St., Merton. 


Meissner, Alice Ruth, 75, died Wednesday (8/4/2000 ?) at LindenGrove Health Care Center in Menomonee Falls. She was a homemaker. Survivors include her husband, Darwin of Hartland; two sons, Robert (Terry) of South Dakota and Gerald (Laura) of Hartland; two daughters, Carol (Tom) Plant of Hartland and Darlene (Tony) Igl of Dousman; a sister, Janice (Edgar) Rankin of Menomonee Falls; and 12 grandchildren. Services at Calvary Baptist Church, N84-W16971 Menomonee Ave., Menomonee Falls. The Rev. James Maxwell officiated.

Meissner, Grace C. (Schley), Resident of Sussex for over 65 years, d. Nov. 19, 1998, age 92 years, wife of Edwin. Mother of RuBee (the late Rev. William) Pederson, Jerry (Janet) Schley and Paul (Pat) Schley. Stepmother of 3, grandmother of 9 and great-grandmother of 18.  Preceded in death by her husband, Harry and her son, Ronnie. Visitation at Calvary Baptist Church, N84 W16971 Menomonee Ave.

Meissner, Helen A., d.  Jan. 15, 2001, age 91 years. loving wife of the late Reuben. Beloved mother of James (Suzanne), of Scottsdale, AZ, and John (Beverly) of Hartland. Dear grandmother of David, Todd, Becky, Jackie, Joe, Jay and the late Bobby. Great grandmother of Austin, Natalie, Nathan, Tommy, Jake, Justin, Melissa, Deanna, Brian, Bradley and Elizabeth. 

Meissner, William H., of Waukesha. April 22, 2003. age 70 years. Brother of Carolyn Rauen. Uncle of Mike (Cindy) Rauen, Anne (Mike) Nolan and Kathleen Brockel. Further survived by 1 great-nephew and 3 great-nieces, other relatives and friends.


Rego, Kenneth W., of HARTLAND. Tues., Jan. 18, 2000, age 45. husband of Debbie. Father of Kimberly, Lindsay and Karrie. Son of Ruth and Frank. Son-in-law of Betty and Dick Lemke. Brother of Gerald, Florence, Aileen, Judy, Tom and Sally. Further survived by nieces, nephews, other relatives. Funeral Services  at Our Saviors Lutheran Church, W299 N5782 Hwy. E, Hartland. 

Steinbring, Mildred M. (Nee Nettesheim) Formerly Pope. Of Town of Lisbon, age 86. Born to Eternal Life Sunday, June 22, 2008. Beloved wife of the late Roger W. Steinbring, and the late John W. Pope. Loving mother of Beverly (Vincent "Stan") Dittman, Jean (Joseph) Dunn, James (Rosanne) Pope, John "Jack" (Marlene) Pope, Mary (Gary) Bosshard, Raymond (Pam) Pope, Gary (Wendy Stewart) Pope, and Tim (Jonelle) Pope. Special grandma of 17, great-grandma of 32, and great-great-grandma of 4. Loving friend of Chris and Bob Des Jardin. Preceded in death by parents George "Pappy" and Hattie (nee Steele) Nettesheim. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Friday, June 27, at 10 AM at ST. ANTHONY ON THE LAKE CATHOLIC CHURCH, W280 N2101 Hwy SS, Pewaukee. Burial to follow at Lisbon Merton Union Cemetery. Visitation Thursday, June 26, AT THE FUNERAL HOME from 4 PM until time of Vigil Service at 7 PM. SCHMIDT & BARTELT A. A. Schmidt & Sons Funeral and Cremation Service W250 N6505 Hwy 164 Sussex (262)246-4774

Teuteberg, Willard L., Of Delafield. Jan. 6, 2002, age 93 years. Survived by his wife Marie; Friends Hank and Lorraine, John (Pat), and Jim (Shari) Bandkowski. Further survived by his nephew Tom Trautwein and niece Carol McKenzie, other relatives and friends. 

Teuteberg, Marie K., Of Delafield. Feb.2, 2003. Age 94 years. Preceded in death by her husband Willard. Survived by her loving friends Hank and Lorraine, John (Pat), and Jim (Shari) Bandkowski. Further survived by her nephew Tom (Suzie) Trautwein and niece Carol (Darrell) McKenzie, other relatives and friends.

Wallschlager, Lester Erwin Dec. 31, 2008. Age 81. Survived by his wife Darlene, children Ann (Marty) Franke, Hartland, Barbara (Paul) George, Brooklyn, Mike (Mary Pavlick) Halpin, Waupaca, David (Maureen) Halpin, Merrill and Rebecca (Mike) Beck, Waunakee. He also leaves behind 10 grandchildren, 2 great - grandchildren, and his brother Dale. Preceded in death by siblings Harold, Gordon, Shirley Ridley and Ruth Markey. Funeral Services will be held at 12:00 PM on Saturday, Jan. 3, at Kettle Moraine United Presbyterian Church, N66 W32690 Hwy. K, Hartland. Visitation at church Saturday from 10:00 AM until the time of service. Final rest Lisbon-Merton Union Cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Waukesha County Humane Society. EVERT-LUKO 170 Warren Avenue, Hartland 262-367-2156

 

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