Lois A. Buehring

Lois A. Buehring, age 82, Pickett, died peacefully Monday afternoon, April 26, 2010, at Mercy Medical Center.

Lois was born Oct. 1, 1927, in Oshkosh, daughter of Adrian and Ella (Schmuhl) Broderick. She married Gordon Buehring in Oshkosh Aug. 2, 1947. He preceded her in death Dec. 12, 1971. Lois served her community as the town clerk/treasurer for the town of Utica for 33 years and also served as secretary of the Liberty Prairie Cemetery Board for many years. For a number of years, Lois had worked as a bookkeeper at the Wisconsin State Canners/NAAS in Pickett. During the war, she had worked at a dime store making donuts. Lois enjoyed her work. She also found pleasure in her family, going for rides, and working in her yard.

Lois is survived, loved and will be missed by her children, Pat Vollmuth of Pickett, Bob (Robin) Buehring of Nekoosa, and the late Jim Buehring, who died March 25, 1985; her grandchildren, Joy (Bill) Page, Dawn Straily, Scott (Shelly) Buehring, Adam (Jessica) Buehring and Troy (Theresa) Buehring; her great-grandchildren, Jordan Buehring, Rory Page, Dylan Buehring and Lauren Buehring, who was born April 23, 2010; her sister, Karen (Robert) Thiele of Wausau; and other relatives and friends. Lois was preceded in death by her parents, husband, Gordon and her son, Jim.

In respect to Lois’s memory, the family will greet relatives and friends Friday, April 30, 2010, at Grace Ev. Lutheran Church, 508 County Road M, in Pickett, from 11 a.m. until the time of the funeral service at 1 p.m. with the Rev. Russell Koehn officiating. Burial will follow in the Liberty Prairie Cemetery.

Kwiatkowski Funeral Home

425 Jefferson Ave., Omro • (920) 685-2207

www.omrofuneralhome.com

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