Loretta E. Goldbeck – Post Bulletin

Loretta Elizabeth Annabelle (Keller) Goldbeck, age 88 of Tomah, Wisconsin, handed absent peacefully surrounded by loved ones at Gundersen Health and fitness Method in La Crosse, Wisconsin, on Wednesday, December 21, 2022. Loretta was born on March 5, 1934, at house in Vienna Township, rural Dane, Wisconsin, to Raymond Peter and Theresa Mary (Kalscheuer) Keller. The relatives moved to Waunakee, Wisconsin, a yr later on. Loretta attended St. John’s Catholic Faculty in Waunakee by means of eighth grade and graduated from Waunakee High School in 1952.

She worked in the Oscar Mayer places of work in Madison, Wisconsin, for 9 decades. Loretta married Dean Russell Goldbeck from Tomah, Wisconsin, on Saturday, June 17, 1961, at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church in Waunakee and moved to Tomah. Loretta worked at Fort McCoy, Wisconsin, for 31 a long time retiring in January of 1995.

Loretta was earlier co-chair for the PCCW at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Tomah a member of Saint Rose’s Guild at St. Mary’s Catholic Church past president and past treasurer of the Tomah Hospital Auxiliary Volunteer Corporation and earlier treasurer of the Western District Volunteer Business. Considering that retiring she has volunteered at the Tomah Senior Centre arranging the card online games and has made several mates. Loretta also played cards (Euchre and Could I were being favorites) weekly and regular with various teams of mates. Loretta and Dean had been in a partners bowling league, went deer looking, and did a lot of fishing in Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Canada.

Loretta was fortunate to vacation with loved ones and close friends – She went to just about all of the 50 United states of america states which include Alaska and Hawaii as nicely as Canada, Mexico, France, England, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Austria, and Germany.

Loretta is survived by her kids, Linda Ann Goldbeck, Rochester, MN, Beverly Jo (William Merrill) Brown, Daingerfield, TX, David Michael (Lori Angela (Wright)) Goldbeck, Tomah, WI, and Brenda Lea (mate Darren Arttus) Gebhardt, Tomah, WI. She has three grandchildren, Kaitlyn Elizabeth (John Burton) Dobbs, Hughes Springs, TX, Tanner William (close friend Jessica Gaede) Brown, Sparta, WI, and Adrian Lee Gebhardt, Warrens, WI two step-grandchildren, Dustin Robert Storkel, Tomah, WI, and Angela Nicole (Cole Walker) Remus, Onalaska, WI and a single excellent-grandson William David Dobbs, Hughes Springs, TX. She is also survived by her sister-in-law, Irene (Marx) Keller and 22 nieces and nephews and their families: Roger Keller, Gary (Diane) Keller, Constance (Kenneth) Acker, Joyce (Steven) Reid, James (Linda) Keller, Kevin Keller, Janice (Vaughn) Watzke, Duane (Denise) Nolden, all of Waunakee, WI Alan (Nancy) Keller, Janesville, WI, Debra (Raymond) Michels, Donna (Joseph) Parrell, Sharon (Ronald) Hollfelder, Maureen (Todd) Duquette, Cross Plains, WI Paul (Roberta) Nolden, Rio, WI Larry (Janeen) Nolden, Mark (Monica) Nolden, Jerome (Amy Bauer) Nolden, Lodi, WI Audrey (Wayne) Parrell, Black Earth, WI Barbara (Sheldon) Zander, Darlington, WI Dale (Rebecca) Nolden, Windsor, WI Nadine (Paul) Vind, McFarland, WI Russell Goldbeck, Cary, IL and many cousins and good friends.

She was preceded in demise by her husband, Dean on May perhaps 23, 1996, her mothers and fathers, Raymond and Theresa Keller, father- and mom-in-legislation, Leo Ferdinand and Dorothy Edna (Beecher) Goldbeck, brother Roman Joseph Keller, sister and brother-in-regulation, Mary Ellen Julia (Keller) and Daniel Peter Nolden, son-in-legislation Darian Lee Gebhardt, infant niece Shirley Keller, niece Carol (Nolden) Kessenich, greatest mate Shirley (Pasch) Linenberg, in-legislation Glenn and Belva (Pierce) Goldbeck, and nephew Ronald Goldbeck.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at Queen of the Apostles Parish, 303 W. Monroe Street, Tomah, on Tuesday, December 27, 2022 at 2:00 p.m.  Monsignor David Kunz will officiate.   Burial will abide by at the St. Mary’s Catholic Cemetery, 2409 Outstanding Avenue, Tomah. Visitation will be held at Torkelson Funeral House, 2224 Exceptional Avenue, Tomah on Monday, December 26, 2022 from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m, with a rosary commencing at 3:30.  Supplemental visitation will also be held on Tuesday, December 27, 2022 from 1:00 p.m. until finally the time of the company at the church.  Torkelson Funeral House is aiding the spouse and children with arrangements. Memorial donations in Loretta’s name might be gifted to Queen of the Apostles Catholic Church or the Serenity Home Hospice Contact in Tomah. On-line condolences can be shared at www.torkelsonfuneralhome.com