|7/14/2020 7:29:00 AM|
Suzanne M. Stalinski
Suzanne M. Stalinski, age 83 of the Town of Pelican, passed away on Monday morning, July 6, 2020 with her family by her side and under the care of Ascension at Home Hospice.
Sue was born at home in Gagen on Saturday, July 18, 1936 to Arnold A. and Margaret A. (Toman) Anderson.
She attended Three Lakes schools and was a 1954 graduate of Three Lakes High School. She met her future husband, Ted Stalinski and they were married at St. Therese Catholic Church in Three Lakes on Sept. 22, 1956.
The couple made their home in Rhinelander and were blessed with five daughters.
Sue remained at home taking care of the children. In 1975 she began working at Curran School as a secretary until 1986 when she transferred to Pine Lake Elementary School where she was employed as a secretary until her retirement in 2002.
Sue enjoyed traveling through bus tours. She enjoyed learning about the history of the places she visited.
She loved her flower gardens, embroidery, stitching, baking, especially banana bread and preparing and eating desserts. But most of all, Sue enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren. She was very grateful that in her last seven weeks she was able to spend time with her family.
She will be dearly missed by her children: Kim Lowther of Rhinelander, Terri Templeton of Texas, Robin Foncree of Rothschild, Patti (Michael) Quade of Rhinelander and Lori (Michael) LeMieux of Farmington Hills, Mich.; 10 grandchildren: Brooke (Jason) Ruzek, Janice (Tom) Bureta, Adam Lowther, Logan Barranger, Olivia Foncree, Thomas Foncree, Matthew (Autumn) Quade, Benjamin Quade, Bradley Quade and Max LeMieux.
Also surviving are five great-grandchildren: Ezekiel, Margaret, Simon, Willa and Sonja; two sisters, Jean Lassig and Barbara Butler, both of Rhinelander, and a brother, Jack (Lynne) Anderson of Rhinelander. Suzanne is further survived by nieces, nephews and other relatives and friends.
She was preceded in death by her parents; husband Ted Stalinski in 2002, granddaughter Rebecca Templeton, sister Phyllis Heyer and brothers-in-laws Edward Heyer and Carl Lassig.
The Mass of Christian Burial was held on Wednesday, July 8, 2020 at 11 a.m. at Nativity of Our Lord Catholic Church located at 125 King Street with Fr. Chris Kemp officiated.
The Committal Service was held at Nativity of Our Lord Catholic Cemetery.
Arrangements have been entrusted to the Hildebrand Funeral Home & Cremation Specialists. 24 E. Davenport Street, Rhinelander, Wisconsin 54501, 715-365-4343. You are invited to sign the guestbook or leave an online condolence at www.hildebrandrussfh.com.
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