Marcellitte Elaine (Carney) Tabbert, 96 of Brandon, Wis.; was called to the Lord on Oct. 31, 2012; at Fountain View Care Center in Ripon.

Elaine was born on November 1, 1915 in Rio, Wis.; Columbia County, a daughter of the late Wesley and Mabel (Herrington) Carney. The family moved to Brandon in 1921 and she graduated from Brandon High School with the class of 1934. She attended the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater for 2 years. Marcellitte was united in marriage to Wilbur A. Tabbert on April 24, 1943 in Brandon; where they resided. They were married for 61 years before his passing on July 23, 2004. Elaine enjoyed her family, stamp collecting and genealogy. She was employed in the administration office of the Rosendale – Brandon School district for 22 years. She was a member of the Brandon United Methodist Church. Elaine is survived by her three children, Wayne (Evelyn) Tabbert of New Salem, Wis.; David (Darlene “Sam”) Tabbert of Brandon, and Mary Flanders (friend John) of Appleton; Six grandchildren, Tamara Tabbert, Shannon (Joel) Ferguson and Garrett (Robin) Tabbert, Kim (Mark) Stevenson, Noel (David) Phelps, Scott Flanders; thirteen wonderful great grandchildren, also by other relatives and friends.

Funeral Services will be held on Saturday, Nov. 3, at noon at the United Methodist Church in Brandon . Rev. Laura Yates will officiate. Burial will follow in the Brandon Cemetery. Visitation will be on Saturday, Nov. 3, from 10 a.m. to the time of services at noon, at the United Methodist Church in Brandon. A Memorial in her name has been established.

A special thank-you to all those that helped our family at Fountain View Care Center, Ripon Medical Center, Agnesian Hospice Hope of Green Lake and the many others who helped care for her.

Wachholz Family Funeral Home, 175 N. Douglas St. Ripon, Wisconsin is assisting the family with arrangements. (920) 748-3853.

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