|Judy Ann Wenzel|
May 6, 1947-July 21, 2013
Judy worked for 27 years at Coloma Elementary School as the Head Cook. She was always looking for bargains at rummage sales or on QVC. Judy enjoyed canning with her sisters, scrapbooking, taking yearly trips back to Minnesota to see her family, and spending special time with her grandchildren. Her hair style was important to her and made sure that Marliss and Nancy did her hair. Judy will be sadly missed by her family and friends
Judy is survived by her husband: Fred Wenzel, Jr., Coloma; daughter: Becky (Steve) Sexe, Milton; son: Brian (Andrea) Wenzel, Wautoma; step daughters: Kelly (Bill) Sosinsky, Neshkoro; Cheri (Rob) Larsen, Hawaii; grandchildren: Brooke and Brandon Sosinsky, Briana and Melissa Sexe, Hailey Wenzel; mother: Marilyn Johnson, Berlin; sisters: Bev (Pat) Ruedinger, Oshkosh; Wendy (Danny) Tindall, Berlin; Barb (Dennis) Nighbor, Princeton; Vicky (Ray) Clark, Berlin; Mary Lou (Jim) Yerk, Berlin; Dawn (Ron) Inda, Mosinee; brothers: Dale Johnson, Berlin; David (Laurie) Johnson, Berlin; Dan (Mia) Johnson, Berlin; sister-in-law: Carolyn Pomplun; aunts, uncles, many nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
She was preceded in death by her father: Warren Johnson; brother: Chucky Johnson; nephews: Chad Tindall, Ritchie Clark, Ryan Clark; father-in-law: Fred Wenzel, Sr.; mother-in-law: Lilas Wenzel; and brothers-in-law: Elmer Pomplun and Jack Wenzel.
Funeral services were held on Monday, July 29 at 4 p.m. at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, Coloma, with Rev. Kelli Fisher officiating. Burial was in Prince of Peace Lutheran Cemetery. The family greeted relatives and friends on Monday at the church from 1 p.m. until the time of services at 4 p.m.
In lieu of flowers a memorial is being established in Judy’s name.
Leikness Funeral Home, Wautoma, assisted the family with arrangements, www.wautomafuneralhome.com.
The family wishes to extend a special thank you to Wild Rose Hospital Staff and Dr. Caves for the wonderful care, Heartland House, Agnesian Healthcare Hospice Hope and everyone who expressed their love to Mom during her brief illness.