WAUNAKEE / MIDDLETON - Shirley M. Smith (nee Stengelsen), age 94, passed away suddenly Sat. August 10, 2019 at UW Hospital of a very short illness. She was a beloved wife, mother, grandmother, and friend. She was born to Lawrence and Lillian Stengelsen in Duluth, MN on Nov. 10, 1924.
Shirley spent her childhood and young adult years in Duluth. She met the love of her life, Wally Smith, in high school. They were married on Valentines day 1945 after Wally returned from service in WWII. When Wally went back to school at the University of Minnesota, they moved to Minneapolis, where both of their daughters, Sharon and Nancy, were born. Shirley and Wally were married for 63 loving years. They moved their family around several times when their girls were young, but finally settled in Middleton where they happily lived for 35 years. When Wally retired they moved to the Gulf Coast for warmer weather and Wally’s golf!
Shirley moved back to the Middleton area after Wally passed away in 2008 to be closer to family. She lived at Rosewood Villas and most recently at Waunakee Manor.
Shirly was a loving, joyful, witty, generous and gracious lady who made many dear friends wherever she landed. She was the best wife and mom anyone could ever hope for and considered these her most important jobs in life. She loved to read and write and wanted to be a journalist. She was an avid history buff, especially English history. She played golf and cards with her many friends and did the crosswords every day. She was an active member of her home church of St. Bernards in Middleton and was a girl scout leader at their school when her girls attended school there. She came to love the weekly Mass and singing at Waunakee Manor. Thank you Msgr. Gunn et al.
Shirley will be greatly missed by all who knew her. She is survived by her brother, David Stengelsen; daughters; Sharon Tonn, and Nancy Heller-Rosenberger (Mike); grandchildren, Jennifer Merlet (Mike), Kristine Tonn, Adam Tonn (Jessie), and Peggy Zimmer (Tim); great grandchildren; Ryan and Megan Merlet, Mary Elizabeth and William Tonn, Megan Rappelyea, and Tyler Zimmer; as well as two great-great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband Wally, brother Larry Stengelsen, and son-in-law Ralph Tonn.
A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 11:00 a.m., Thursday, August 22, 2019 at ST. BERNARDS CATHOLIC CHURCH, 2015 Parmenter St., Middleton, Wis. 53562, with visitation from 10:00 a.m. until the time of Mass.
We want to thank the staff at UW Hospital for their wise care and making her last day peaceful. Special thanks to all the wonderful staff, volunteers, and other residents at Waunakee Manor who made Shirley’s last years so happy and secure. Please share a memory at www.CressFuneralService.com.
STOUGHTON—Judith Anne Bjugstad, passed away on Tuesday, August 13, 2019, at Agrace HospiceCare in Fitchburg. She was born September 14, 1943, in Madison, Wis. To the late Ervin and Erma Lichte. She graduated from Madison East High School in 1961 and went on to Beauty School. She met her future husband, August, while attending a dance at Turner Hall. They were later married on March 21, 1964.
They have two daughters, Kristine (Jeremy) Annen and Marci (Jeffrey) Simonis; five grandchildren, Ariel, Tyler-Serie, Christian, Alexander and Bryce; three great-grandchildren, Genevieve, Emma and Charlotte for whom she loved dearly. Judith is survived by her sister, Helen (David) Nelson of Winchester, Wis., Fred (Sherrol) Lichte of Montrose, Colo., brothers- in-law, Oscar, Jr. (Norma) Bjugstad, Duane (Nancy) Bjugstad, Norman Walmer and sister-in-law Yvonne Walheim; and many nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Ervin and Erma Lichte; parents-in-law, Oscar (Louise) Bjugstad Sr.; sister-in-law, Julie Lichte, Elaine Walmer; nephew, Chad Walmer; and dear friend, Marlene Swiggum.
Judith worked for Bjugstad Trucking Inc. for eleven years, then retired from WPS after 20 years of service. She enjoyed riding in the semi with her husband as well as their road trips and Vegas trips. She loved doing needle work and writing poems.
A funeral will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Tuesday, August 20, 2019, at CHRIST LUTHERAN CHURCH, 700 County Hwy B., Stoughton with Rev. Paula Geister-Jones presiding. Burial will be at Lutheran Cemetery South. Friends and relatives are invited to the Stoughton American Legion for a luncheon reception from 1:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m. Visitation will be from 4:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. on Monday, August 19, 2019, at Cress Funeral Home, 206 W. Prospect St., Stoughton, and also from 10:00 a.m. until the time of the service at the church on Tuesday.
MADISON—Duane Edward Hohneke, age 88, passed away on August 13, 2019. He was born June 18, 1931, to the late Edward M. and Zylda (Bernhardt) Hohneke of Hoskins Nebraska. At age 9 he moved to Wisconsin.
Duane was married to Kathleen Endres until her death in 1990. On April 23, 1994, he married Donna King Thacker of Prescott, Arizona formerly from Madison, Wis. He served in the 48th Army Engineers attached to the 528th. He was stationed in Alaska from 1951-1953. He was a member of the American Legion Post 216, Lodi, Wis. He owned and operated a Midland Service Station on Milwaukee Street for several years. He was employed by Cuna Mutual Insurance Company, Madison, Wis. from 1973 until his retirement in 1993. Duane had many fond memories of his time spent at Cuna.
After their 1994 marriage, Duane moved to Prescott, Ariz. and later returned to Madison, Wis., with his wife Donna in April 2015. While in Prescott, he traveled the USA with Donna as well as enjoyed many of the local attractions. He was particularly interested in the old west.
Duane is survived by his wife, Donna; as well as stepdaughters; and many grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by his sons, Alan and Joseph Hohneke; daughter, Cheryl Hohneke Postings; brother, Lowell Hohneke; sisters, Norma Mc Pherson and Lola Kelly.
A special thank you to Monsignor Gerard Healy for his many visits and prayers. Also, Nazareth Health and Agrace HospiceCare for their excellent care and compassion.
A Visitation will take place from 8:30 a.m. until the time of Mass of Christian Burial at 10:30 a.m. at ST. PATRICK’S CATHOLIC CHURCH, 404 E. Main St., Madison, with Monsignor Kevin D. Holmes presiding. Interment with Full Military Honors will follow at Highland Memory Gardens. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Agrace HospiceCare. To view and sign this guestbook, please visit: www.ryanfuneralservice.com.
MAZOMANIE—La Vonne Frey passed away on Thursday, August 8, 2019. ‘Vonnie’ was born July 18, 1929, to George and Lucille (Schlough) Fangmeier in Madison, Wis. She graduated from Mazomanie High School in 1947 and immediately went to work for the State of Wisconsin in Madison. In 1952 she started work for the US Postal Service in Mazomanie and she retired in 1992. Vonnie married Clarence Frey on January 28, 1950 at St. Barnabas Catholic Church in Mazomanie. She was a longtime member of St. Barnabas Church, where she was the church treasurer and a member of the Council of Catholic Women.
Vonnie’s essence was love and appreciation. She cherished her family and treated her kids and grandchildren like gifts. The joy in her eyes, the enthusiasm in her voice. Being with her was sitting awhile with unconditional love, humble wit, and unapologetic encouragement. It sustained us for a lifetime.
We understand now more than ever that she was the gift, and that our hearts will be full of grandma/mom forever.
Wherever there are hummingbirds, penny slots, broasted chicken, Stephen Colbert, blooming cacti, the Gandy Dancers, Sunday breakfasts, dollar stores, senior bus trips, rummy, $20 in birthday cards, coffee klatches, grandmas watching their grandkids play home talent baseball, too many desserts, Rum Chata, auctions, church garage sales, dinners with your best friends at Gordon’s, or homemade Christmas cookies, we will find her.
Vonnie is survived by five children, Thomas (Linda) Frey of Las Vegas, Terrill (Mary) Frey of Black Earth, Judith (Mark Reese) Frey of Fitchburg, Trent Frey and Timothy Frey of Mazomanie; and her son-in-law, Jim Phillips of Madison; five grandchildren, Melissa (Mike Chamberlin) Frey of Waunakee, Treston (Heather) Frey of Holmen, Trevor (Jackie) Frey of Arena, Amanda Frey of Las Vegas, and Shelby Frey of Eau Claire; two great-grandchildren, Hudsen Frey of Arena /Mt. Horeb and Autumn Frey of Holmen; two sisters, Mary (Phil) Endres of Mazomanie and Maryanne Lois Williams of Stoughton; one brother, Fredrick (Carolyn) Fangmeier of Waunakee; her sister-in-law, Joyce Fangmeier of Reedsburg, and many dearly loved nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, her brother George Fangmeier, her nephew Tony Endres and her beloved daughter Jeanne Phillips.
A funeral will be held at St. Barnabas Catholic Church in Mazomanie, Wisconsin on Saturday, August 31, 2019 at 1:00 p.m. Visitation will be held at the church beginning that Saturday at 11:00 a.m. until the time of the service. There will be a luncheon and a celebration of her life at the church immediately following the service.
Vonnie’s family is very grateful for the compassionate care given to La Vonne and her family by Heartland Country Village in Black Earth and Agrace Hospice Care.
In lieu of flowers, a donation to your favorite charity or ‘cause’ would be appreciated.
MEQUON—Passed away August 14, 2019, at the age of 98 years. Born February 9, 1921, to Gottlob and Bertha Armbrust. Beloved wife of the late Dr. William Murray Pfeifer for 43 years; mother of the late Gretchen Lucchesi, Katherine (the late Jesse) McCombe, the late Rev. William Pfeifer and Liese Pfeifer; fond grandmother of Heidi Bechler; and step-grandmother of Jennifer McCombe, Rebecca (Bill) Kostopolus and James (Lisa) McCombe; great-grandmother of Zachary (Alexis), Ellie, Kate, Jessica, Joshua, Nicholas, Maxwell, Caitlin, and Kylie.
Helen graduated from Classical High School in Providence, R.I. in 1939. She graduated cum laude from Pembroke College in Brown University where she met her husband in 1943. She earned a Master of Library Science degree at University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in 1981.
Distinguishing herself as a docent and librarian at the Milwaukee Art Museum, Helen also maintained close circles through her church, quilting group, bridge and her friends at Newcastle Place.
Celebration of Life gathering Monday August 19 from 10:00 a.m. until 12 noon at New Castle Place-Chapel, 12600 N. Pt. Washington Rd., Mequon, Wis. 53092. In lieu of flowers, memorials to the Milwaukee Art Museum Library Fund or the charity of your choice appreciated.
The family would like to extend a special thank you to the staff of the Newcastle Place and the Highlands for their extraordinary and loving care of Helen.
SCHMIDT & BARTELT FUNERAL HOME-Mequon serving the family. (262-241-8085).
MADISON/LAKE WISCONSIN—Roseland Kay Pherson has moved on to her next adventure, at the age of 81, peacefully surrounded by family, on Aug. 13, 2019, at St. Mary’s Hospital in Madison. She was born on April 13, 1938, in Anderson, Ind.
Roseland, was an incredible human who loved to celebrate and live life to the fullest whether it was attending Badger sporting events or to all of the people she touched. As a school secretary for the Madison Metropolitan School District for about 46 years, she was constantly sharing her joy for children and her work. As a devout Badger fan, she followed them loyally from the 1994 Rose Bowl (along with the Badger Rose Bowls that followed) and Final Four when they beat Kentucky.
Roseland loved life and wanted to make sure that everyone was able to feel that love and joy and the endlessness that she had. She had gone by many names but some of her favorites had been Mom, Nana, and Banana; also Aunt Chickie, Chicken and Rose.
Roseland was preceded in death by her parents, Edwin and Oneita Sibery; her sister, Joyce Thayer; and her brother, Neal Sibery. She leaves behind, her sister, Myra Thompson; brother, Rick (Linda) Sibery; lifelong partner, Brian Schoeneck; and her children, Brad (Linda) Pherson and Candace Pherson Rabe. Also, her grandchildren, Amanda (Mike) Perl, Dhyana Rabe and Jessica Pherson; along with great-grandchildren, Selina Perl and Emmett Perl; and many other family members and friends who will deeply miss her.
A Celebration of Life party is being planned at REX’S INNKEEPER, 310 N. Century Ave., Waunakee, from 12 p.m. until 4 p.m. with a sharing of remembrances starting at 2 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 14, 2019. In lieu of flowers, we ask that donations are made to the UW Carbone Cancer Center. https://www.uwhealth.org/uw-carbone-cancer-center/cancer/10252
WAUNAKEE—Donald A. Hellenbrand, age 92, passed away on Wednesday, August 14, 2019, at Agrace in Fitchburg. He was born in Waunakee on August 24, 1926, to John and Gertrude (Frederick) Hellenbrand. He married Evelyn C. (Statz) Hellenbrand at St. Martins Catholic Church on May 23, 1950. They lived and raised four sons and farmed together in the Martinsville area. Don loved his children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
Don loved farming, clocks, playing cards, putting together puzzles, visiting with friends and neighbors, traveling and loved his sweets.
Don was a lifelong member of St. Martins Catholic Church and a member of the Knights of Columbus.
Survivors include his four sons, William (Evelyn), Stan (Mary), Neil (Gina), Ivan (Beth); nine grandchildren, Tina, Matt, Nicki, Katie, Brent, Staci, Alex, Tyler, Adam; nine great-grandchildren but #10 is due in December; brothers, Ray (Maryann), Jack (Colleen); sisters, Doris (Don) Schneider, Darlene (Dick) Miller; three sisters-in-law, Florence Hellenbrand, Tootie Hellenbrand and Jean Statz. He was preceded in death by his wife, Evelyn; his parents; two brother’s, Jerome and James.
Funeral services will be held on Wednesday, August 21, 2019, at 3:30 p.m. at St. Martins Catholic Church 5959 St. Martins Circle, Martinsville. Rev. Chris Gernezke will officiate. Visitation will be held at the Winn-Cress Funeral Home, 5785 Hwy, Q, Waunakee on Tuesday, August 20, 2019 from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m. Visitation will also be held at the church on Wednesday from 2:00 p.m. until the time of services. Burial will take place in the church cemetery. A Reception will follow in the School Hall.
The Family would like to thank Agrace Hospice Care for the kind care they gave Dad on his final Journey. We would also like to thank the staff that helped Dad at Milestone Senior Living Center.
LAKE MILLS / FOSTER CITY—Robert (Bob) Eugene Pope, age 61 of Foster City, California, passed away peacefully on August 9, 2019, after a courageous battle with a rare form of leukemia.
Bob was born January 8, 1958, in Beloit, Wis. to Jack and Marion (Johnson) Pope. He was the oldest of five children. He grew up in Lake Mills, Wis. and graduated from Lake Mills High School in 1976. He pursued a career in computer software and became a leader specializing in writing code for the healthcare industry. His career led him to California, where he met and married his wife Theresa in 1993.
Bob was a proud Rotarian. He served as president of the Georgetown Divide Rotary Club in 2006-2007, and continued his leadership as Assistant Governor for Area 6 in 2008. He was instrumental in establishing a music scholarship and started the club’s most successful fundraiser, The Margarita booth at the El Dorado County Fair. Following his move to Foster City, he transferred to the Tiburon Rotary Club in Belvedere, Calif., where he served as president. Although his health was deteriorating, he remained active until the end. His tireless efforts on behalf of Rotary will never be forgotten.
Bob was also involved in Toastmasters, where he was the guiding force in founding a Toastmasters Storytellers Club in San Mateo, Calif. Bob loved traveling with his wife, especially to Mexico, and spending time with his friends and family. He never forgot his Wisconsin roots and was an avid Green Bay Packer fan.
He would do anything for his family. When his brother was ill with Lymphoma, he not only was a bone marrow donor but also volunteered to stay and care for him at a hotel close to Stanford Hospital where he received treatment.
Bob loved being a father, and was proud of his three children, Bob Pope (Madison, Wis.), Felicia Pope (North Liberty, Iowa), and Jack Pope (Foster City, Calif.). His children brought a special light to his life.
Bob was preceded in death by his parents, Jack and Marion; and three siblings, Richard, John, and Nancy. He is survived by his loving wife, Theresa, and his brother James (Lynne) of Stoughton, Wis. He is further survived by nephews and nieces, Grant Pope, Connor Pope, Trevor Pope, Julia Pope and Alexandra Donovan.
Bob lived his life fully, boldly moving forward despite his health challenges. He encouraged his family and others to “Live Life” and take advantage of all opportunities that come their way. His family is proud of his heroic efforts to battle cancer and takes comforts in knowing he is no longer in pain.
A celebration of life will take place on September 22, 2019 in Foster City, Calif. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the Rotary Club of Foster City in his name. (1221 Chess Drive, Foster City, Calif. 94404)
MCFARLAND—Patrick “Paddy” McDermott, age 57, passed away unexpectedly on Wednesday August 14, 2019, at his residence. Patrick was born on November 24, 1961, in Chicago, Illinois and had been an area resident for the past 18 years. Patrick attended Northeastern Illinois University and was a paint contractor by trade, formerly with Thrift Painting for over 24 years. He is a member of LakeView Church in Stoughton for the past 18 years and very active with the music and youth development, giving free drum lessons to many.
Survivors include his wife Ladine (nee Sukowski), one son Alex, at home; one daughter, Taylor Hoolhorst McDermott of Dixon, Tennessee; two step-daughters, Jessica (Mamadou) Sampy and Rachel Smith both of Madison, Wisconsin; and by six grandchildren; two sisters Mary (Sean) Noble and Elizabeth (Gerry) Russell both from Illinois; one brother Jeff (Nina) McDermott also of Illinois. Patrick was preceded in death by his father Thomas McDermott in 2018.
A memorial service will be held at 12:00 noon on Saturday August 24, 2019 at LAKEVIEW CHURCH, 2200 Lincoln Ave. Stoughton with Pastor Andy Fuqua presiding. Friends may call at the church on Saturday from 10:00 AM until the time of the service.
MADISON—Curtis Alvin Knutson, age 102, of Madison, passed away on Thursday, Aug. 15, 2019, at Oakwood Village. He was born on March 3, 1917, in Livingston, Wis., the son of Alvin and Lulu (Sturdevant) Knutson. Curtis graduated from Montfort High School in 1936. He married Myrtle Smithback on Feb. 22, 1946, in Madison. He proudly served in the U.S. Army during World War II. Curtis retired from Oscar Mayer in 1979. He enjoyed woodworking and spending time at his cottage in Hayward. Curtis is survived by two daughters, Linda (Dean) Peterson and Sherrie (Jan) Loomis; son, Steven (Donna) Knutson; nine grandchildren; and 19 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents; wife; and great-granddaughter, Kjersti. A funeral service will be held at ROSELAWN MEMORIAL PARK, 401 Femrite Drive, Monona, at 11 a.m. on Thursday Aug. 22, 2019. Memorials may be made to St. Jude and Heartland Hospice. Online condolences may be made at www.gundersonfh.com.
MIDDLETON—Florence E. Ustad, age 95, passed away on Saturday, Aug. 17, 2019, at Agrace HospiceCare. Survivors include her daughter, Ann (Bryan) Ustad Smith; and two beautiful grandchildren, Sarah and Eric Smith, whom she adored. Florence was preceded in death by her husband, Donald Ustad, in 2000. Private family services will be held at a later date. The family wishes to thank Agrace Hospice Care and Home Again for their loving care. Online condolences may be made at www.gundersonfh.com.
TAMPA, FLA.—Rita C. Wright, 92, passed away Saturday, August 10, 2019, at Memory Lane Cottage, Tampa, Fla. She was born in Cashton, Wis. Rita was the oldest child of George and Luella Schreier. She had three sisters and a brother, Pauline, Mary Lou, Beatrice and Donny. Rita was married to Harry W. Wright for 59 years. She was a stay at home mom who raised their six children. When Rita was not attending to the children, she was working on ceramics, growing roses, reading books, entertaining guests, traveling, exercising and playing bridge. Rita was a meticulous bookkeeper and organizer. She is survived by her sons, Harry G. (Lisa) of Marco Island, Fla., John of Monroe, Mich., and Richard (Lynnette) of Ponce Inlet, Fla.; daughters, Mary Beth of Tampa, Fla., Susan (Jeff) Blankenheim of Chisago City, Minn. and Ann McGonigle of Newberry, Fla.; 16 grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren; and a special sister-in-law, Jacqueline (Bill) Zenk, Lyndon Station, Wis. Rita was thankful for her family and good health. She had no regrets and would not have wanted to change anything about her life. Rita was deeply loved by her family and friends. A Catholic mass will be held in her honor. A family gathering to celebrate her life will take place in Tampa, Fla. Memorial Mass of Christian Burial 11 a.m. Sat., September 14, 2019, at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Lyndon Station, Wis. Luncheon at the family’s cabin following the funeral.
STOUGHTON—Sigmond Edmund Vilagi, 95, Formally of Union Township, passed away peacefully early Wednesday, August 14, 2019, under the care of family and LeRoyer hospice in Antigo. Sigmond “SIg” was born April 23, 1924, in Racine, Wis., an only son to Zigmund and Teresa (Baunoch) Vilagi. Sig was united in marriage to Evelyn (Stearns) Kazmierski in 1947. They later divorced. In 1964, Sig reunited in marriage to Mary Jean (Skibbs) Vilagi who preceded Sig in death on May 12, 1998. Sig is survived by his three children, Judi (John) Nehmer, Jill Zagar (Ronald) Kettlewell, of Pickerel; and Jeffrey (Donna) Vilagi of Kings Mountain, N.C.; grandchildren Jason (Rachael) Nehmer, Newport, Oregon; Jared (Jennifer) Nehmer, Racine; Zachary (Caron) Zagar, Antigo; Casey Kettlewell, Janesville and Esther (Jacob) Ebenhoe, Monona; seven great-grandchildren, Ben, Emma, Kyle, Lizzy, Zofia, Tilia and Lucia; special friend, Del Jensen of Evansville; his trusty Labrador Retriever, Lefty; and other great and faithful friends. Sig was preceded in death by his Wife, Mary; his sister, Teresa Anderson; his niece, Wendy Andersen, his former son-in-law, Leo Zagar, along with many great canine companions including Speedy, Ollie and Tiger.
Sig was a WWII veteran serving in the Navy at Pearl Harbor and New Orleans, Louisiana.
Sig was an avid Cubs fan.
Sig, along with his wife, Mary were patriarchs off the Madison Retriever Club and lifetime members of the Wisconsin Amateur Field Trial Club in Horicon, Wis. Sig was an avid amateur trainer, participating in field trials and presiding as judge beginning in the late 1950’s retiring as a handler in 2016. In 2003, Sig was inducted as a handler in the Retriever Hall of Fame, Tennessee. Sig worked for Wisconsin Bell Telephone until his retirement.
A memorial service, officiated by Sig’s dear friend Bruce Davis, will be held Saturday, September 28, 2019, 12 p.m. Noon, at the Virgin Lake Park pavilion on Roby Road, in Stoughton followed by a meeting of friends at the Madison Retriever Club’s Stoughton Training Grounds, 2837 Hauge Road, weather permitting. A dinner and celebration of life will be held at 2 p.m. at the American Legion Post 59, 803 N. Page Street, Stoughton. The American Legion Post 59 Hall, at 12 p.m. Noon, will be the alternate site for Sig’s service if weather is inclement.
In lieu of flowers, the family asks that memorials in Sig’s name are sent to the Rock County Sheriff’s Office K-9 Unit, 200 East Hwy. 14, Janesville, WI 53545 or to the Madison Retriever Club, for improvements to the Hauge Road Property in Stoughton, N26W27037 Prospect Avenue, Pewaukee, WI 53072.
Thanks and gratitude to the employees and residents of the Kelly House in Evansville for their kindness and heartfelt compassion over the last three years. Appreciation to LeRoyer Hospice of Antigo and the Aspirus Staff for all their loving care during Sig’s short stay.
Sue, your arrangement of the Antigo VFW Post 2653 and Sparks Doernenburg Post 3 American Legion 13 flag fold ceremony meant the world to Sig and his family. We are forever grateful.
The John J. Buettgen Funeral Home/Mid-Wisconsin Cremation Society of Schofield are assisting the family.
SAUK CITY—Shirley T. Wipperfurth, age 82, passed away peacefully at Maplewood Nursing Home in Sauk City Aug. 15, 2019. She was born at home in Roxbury on Dec. 26, 1936 to the late Joe and Amelia (Theis) Kippley. Shirley graduated from Sauk City High School, class of 1955. She was united in marriage to Raymond Wipperfurth at St. Norbert’s in Roxbury on Nov. 4, 1958. In her younger years, Shirley worked as a teller at the bank, and as homemaker while raising her five boys. She enjoyed playing accordion, going to dances at Fish Lake, Polka’s, and playing euchre. Shirley was a member of St. Aloysius Catholic Church.
She is survived by her husband, Ray; five boys, Jeff Wipperfurth, George (Connie) Wipperfurth and their children, Kimberly and Nicholas, Duane (Lynn) and their daughters, Miranda and Amber, Richard (Sue) and their son Jaxon; and Keith Wipperfurth; siblings, Virginia (Phillip) Rauls, Lloyd (Edith) Kippley, Beverly (Jack) Breunig, and Marlene Kippley; sister in-law, Lucy Kippley and brother in-law, Gilbert (Jean) Rauls.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her brother, Virgil Kippley; and her sister, Wylina Rauls.
A Mass of Christian burial will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Aug. 21, 2019 at St. Aloysius Catholic Church, 115 Madison St., Sauk City. A visitation will be held from 4:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. on Aug. 20, 2019 at HOOVERSON FUNERAL HOME, 251 Water St., Sauk City where a Rosary will be prayed at 3:30 p.m. Visitation will continue the morning of mass at the funeral home from 10:00 a.m. until 10:45 a.m. Burial will follow in the St. Aloysius Cemetery.
Shirley’s family wishes to acknowledge Agrace Hospice Care, Maplewood Nursing Home, Maribeth Baker M.D., and James Heun M.D. for their excellent care.
MADISON—Sandra A. Loniello Temecula, Calif., age 73, passed away at home on August 9, 2019. She was survived by her husband of 47 years, Gary M. Loniello; their son Chad; mom, Betty Steivo; sisters, Pam and Wendy. Sandra loved to grow many kinds of flowers, was an excellent cook, was very family-oriented, selfless, and her hobby was making holiday craft decorations.
MONONA—Marjorie M. “Marge” Rundle, age 86, of Monona, passed away on Thursday, Aug. 15, 2019. She was born on May 4, 1933, in Dodgeville, the daughter of Bernard and Bernadette (McCarthy) Conley. Marjorie graduated from Dodgeville High School. She continued her studies at Edgewood College. Marge then married her former classmate, Richard Rundle on Aug. 4, 1955, in their hometown of Dodgeville.
Marge had the gift of making everyone feel at ease, a trait that helped her succeed in sales during her career with Pranges, Yonkers and finally Boston Store. She worked for over 30 years and was one of the top salespeople every year.
Marge was always supporting Dick throughout his football coaching career at Monona Grove High School and was a secretary of the Wisconsin Football Coaches Association. Together they were honored by the association by annually awarding the “Dick & Marge Rundle- Excellence in Coaching Award” in their names. A picture of them both, hangs in Lambeau Field, commemorating this award.
Marge will be remembered for her keen sense of humor and kindness to all.
She is survived by three daughters, Anne Christensen, Lori Thompson and Jan Binder; son, Mark (Laurie) Rundle; six grandchildren, Mary Binder, Nick Christensen, Kate Binder, Kali (Lucas) Miller, Angela Thompson and Rachael Thompson; two great-grandchildren, Oakley and Emmett; sisters, Mary McGinnity and Jean Stephens; brother, Bill (Elizabeth) Conley; and sister-in-law, Genevieve Conley. She was preceded in death by her parents; husband, Richard Rundle; brothers, Denny (Mary) Conley and Pat Conley; and brothers-in-law, Paul McGinnity and Guy Stephens.
A funeral service will be held at GUNDERSON EAST FUNERAL AND CREMATION CARE, 5203 Monona Drive, Madison, at 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday., Aug. 20, 2019, with Fr. Chad Droessler presiding. Visitation will be held at the funeral home from 9:30 a.m. until the time of the service on Tuesday. A private family entombment will be at Roselawn Memorial Park. Online condolences may be made at www.gundersonfh.com.
MONONA—Patricia A. “Pat” Shedesky, age 86, of Monona, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, Aug. 14, 2019, at St. Mary’s Hospital, after battling with kidney and heart failure.
Patricia was born on June 10, 1933, at her family home in Monroe County, the daughter of Vern and Anna Ziegler Rapp. Pat grew up and lived in Tomah. She married Richard Shedesky of Lacrosse and they moved to Madison. Sadly, Pat lost Richard to heart disease at a young age. She resided in Monona for 59 years with her two children, Michael and Ann.
Pat was a dedicated member of Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church in Monona and volunteered her time helping those less fortunate. She was an avid reader and also volunteered her time reading with students. Pat was a generous, compassionate, strong, intelligent, faithful person who worked very hard for her family and the community. She worked at Wisconsin Power and Light and later supervised two motor banks in Monona, retiring at the age of 79 with many accolades and great friends.
Patricia is survived by her son, Michael (Lisa) of Sun Prairie; and daughter, Ann of Monona.
A private family service will be held at a later date. Memorials may be made to Second Harvest Food Bank.
Pat will be missed greatly by all whom she shared her grace, kindness and wisdom. She lived by the Maya Angelou saying, “I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.”
Pat ended with the words, “Take care of each other.” She was a true gift, especially to her children. Now, she can happily be in the loving arms of God at peace. Online condolences may be made at www.gundersonfh.com.
FORT ATKINSON—Hjalmar L. “Jelly” Roelke, passed away on Sunday, Aug. 11, 2019, at the UW Hospital in Madison, after suffering a stroke. Jelly was born on June 27, 1936, and raised in Madison.
At the age of 17, he joined the U.S. Marines and very proudly served for four years. He credited his mother for encouraging him to join the service.
In 1986, he married the love of his life, Jan. They met and made a life together living on the beach of Lake Waubesa. When Jel retired in 2002, they moved to Fort Atkinson.
After the service, Jelly went to work at UW Provisions as a meat cutter. He retired from UW Provisions after 34 years of dedication. Jelly moved on to another career with the State of Wisconsin Highway Department where he worked until he fully retired. He also was a lifetime member of the American Legion.
Jelly is survived by his wife, Jeanette “Jan” Roelke; brother, Marcus (Bev) of Waunakee; sister, Sharon Martinson of Madison; two granddaughters, Audrianne Rogers of Monona and Arielle (Ivan) Villalta of Ponachatula, La.; seven great-grandchildren, Caidynce, Hayden, Addy, Luke, Bella, Ava, and Baby Ivan; and many nieces and nephews.
He also is survived by his “adopted” family, daughter, Jean McDermott; grandkids, Dayna Roberts and Tanner McDermott (Sam Smith); and great-grandson, Bentley McDermott all of Fort Atkinson. “Boompa” loved and adored all his grandkids and loved to entertain them with his silly antics. Jelly was preceded in death by his parents, Norman and Helen; brothers, Clifford and David; and his daughter, Becky Gerstad.
In life, Jelly loved to play baseball and played on many teams. He also loved to watch the Badgers, Packers and Cubs games. Jel enjoyed boating and just simply being on the water. He loved having a good time with his family and friends.
There will be a Celebration of life at Jelly’s home, Apache Court, Fort Atkinson, from 1 p.m. until 5 p.m. with a short military service at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 1, 2019.
In the words of Jel “In Heaven there is no beer, that is why he drank it here.” The End. Online condolences may be made at www.gundersonfh.com
BROWNFIELD, MAINE—John E. Schaefer, 89, passed away on August 4, 2019, at home after a long illness, surrounded by his loving family. He is survived by his beloved wife of 66 years, Janet; daughters, Diane (Mitch Shuldman) of Portsmouth, N.H. and Nancy (Mel) of Bridgton, Maine; sons, David (Nantha) of Steubenville, Ohio, and John (Pam) of Mattoon, Ill.; grandchildren, Edmund, Maddy, Kimberli, John Lyle, Santosh, and Tyler (Brandenburg); several great-grandchildren; and sister, Charlene (Kurth); along with many cousins; nephews and nieces. He was predeceased by his parents, Emil and Bessie Schaefer; sister, Bernina; and brother, George.
He graduated from East High School in Madison, Wisconsin, earning a BA and MA plus from the University of Wisconsin, Madison. He was an associate professor at the University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh and Eastern Illinois University (Charleston), where he also served as head gymnastics coach. His team won the 1972 NAIA Championship in their division and he was awarded Coach of the Year. He also did a Fulbright exchange, teaching at Wigston College in England for a year.
A veteran, John served in the US Army during the Korean War. While stationed there, he distributed clothing and supplies collected by Janet to several orphanages. An accomplished photographer, he documented the lives of the Korean people as they struggled to rebuild at the close of the war.
In addition, John coached children’s gymnastics for many years and was honored by his former students when they celebrated their 50th reunion. He enjoyed music, singing in a barbershop choir, playing the piano and ukulele. He loved animals and working with his hands on handyman projects at home.
After retiring to Maine, John remained passionate about physical fitness and was an all-around outdoor enthusiast—ranging from camping, biking, hiking, skiing and canoeing, to working out at the gym. He had been a member of the Panther Running Club in Charleston, Illinois and completed the Boston Marathon, among others. Besides international travel and US road trips, John was an avid walker and longtime member of the American Volkssport Association (AVA), completing volksmarches in all 50 states.
He was the kind of dad who built a deluxe rabbit hutch when his 8-year-old daughter rescued orphaned, wild bunnies; the kind of dad who stepped in to buy his 13-year-old son a new movie projector at the last minute so the film he produced could be debuted.
The family would like to thank the caregivers at Timberland and Androscoggin Hospice for their care and support. No funeral is planned beyond a private service for the family. Those wishing to honor John are encouraged to make donations to their favorite charities.
MADISON / COTTAGE GROVE—James Orrin Swenson, age 72, of Middleton, passed away on Thursday, Aug. 15, 2019, at the Tomah VA Medical Center. Jim is finally free of all of his earthly physical challenges! He was born on Nov. 17, 1946, in Madison, the son of Orrin and Esther (Bartz) Swenson.
Jim led a full life enjoying golf, hunting, pool and bowling – and, yes, he even had a 300 game! His sense of humor and endless amount of jokes will long be remembered. He was proud of his service as a medic in Vietnam, although his exposure to agent orange is what ultimately caused the stroke that changed his life for the last six years.
Jim married the love of his life, Connie (Hehn), and they had two amazing and remarkable sons, Todd (Erin) and Craig (Paulette). He was blessed with four grandchildren, Alex, Addyson, Emily and Elliott. They provided more enjoyment, love and happiness than anything else and he felt he was truly blessed. He also leaves behind his brother, Bob (Katie Kelsner); sisters-in-law, Judy (Dennis) Sauey, Joanne (John) Bushman, Patti Hornes and Bev (Rich) Zamastil; brother-in-law, Jeff (Rhoda) Hehn; and his best friend who he cared about like a brother, Robin (Chris) Heiman. He was preceded in death by his parents, Esther and Orrin; and his in-laws and card playing buddies, “Ben” and “Ole.”
Thank you to Oak Park, Madison and VA, Tomah, and all of the nurses, aides, doctors, therapists and volunteers for your support of Jim during these difficult years—his family is forever grateful.
A private, military funeral will be held for the immediate family.
Bye Jim: Love Me Tender once we’re together again.
“Papa Jimmy Poem”
Ode to James Orrin Swenson
By Addyson Corynn Swenson
Deep eyes are
As lovely as the big blue sea.
They shine so bright, nobody can see.
His heart is made of gold, solid and so sweet.
Everybody knows that he’s the nicest guy you’ll meet.
His smile can light up almost anybody’s day, for everybody knows
That Papa Jimmy’s here to stay. Even if the whole world is dark he’ll make
It bright and sunny, even if he makes a bad joke it will still be very funny.
Nothing can be bad at all when Papa Jimmy is around.
MADISON—Markevius J. Burnett, age 28, passed away unexpectedly on Tuesday, August 13, 2019.
Visitation will be from 4:00—7:00 p.m. on Wednesday, August 21, 2019, at Cress Funeral Home, 1310 Emerald Terrace, Sun Prairie, 53590. Visitation will continue from 10:00—12:00 p.m. (noon) on Thursday, August 22, 2019, at the funeral home with a funeral service to begin at 12:00 p.m. Markevius will be brought to his final place of rest at Sun Prairie Memory Gardens following the service.
MAZOMANIE—Mabelle Rhea Ewald, age 97, of Mazomanie, passed away on Thursday, Aug. 15, 2019, at Aster Assisted Living in Monroe. A celebration of life will be held at a later date. Online condolences may be made at www.gundersonfh.com.
MADISON—William “Bill” L. Brodd, age 88, passed away Wednesday, August 14, 2019, at Agrace HospiceCare with his loving daughter, Trish and son-in-law Mark by his side. He was born on July 4, 1931, an Independence Baby, in Cass Lake, Minn., the son of Harry and Hedwig Brodd (Wahnschaffe).
Bill was raised in Black Duck, Minn. and Bremerton, Wash. He left home at 15 years old and worked picking apples in Washington state. He also worked in sawmills in Idaho, and salmon fisheries in Alaska. He joined the U.S. Army in 1954 and worked in an Army Corps of engineers, knocking over Joshua trees to build airfields in the Southwest United States. He moved to Madison, Wis., in 1955 and there, he met his wife, Mary T. Lutschinger. The couple were married on May 26, 1956.
Bill worked the rest of his life as a lather/carpenter, helping to build buildings in Madison and the surrounding areas. He built everything from the Shoe Slide at the Vilas Zoo to UW Hospital and everything in between. Bill was a proud lifetime member of the Lathers Union 111 and the Carpenters Union 314. He and his fellow union members helped to build the Madison we know today. Bill was an avid sports fan who enjoyed the Badgers and Packers. He especially loved baseball and was very happy to see the Cubs win a world series in his lifetime. He was an avid and frequent card player, pinochle and three handed sheephead being his favorite.
Bill is survived by his children, Mary (Mark) Beno, Thomas Brodd, and Patricia Brodd; brother Francis (Barb) Brodd; grandchildren, Brendan Beno and Bridget Beno; and many nieces, nephews, and friends and special neighbors of over 60 years, Louis and Shirley Cassini. He was preceded in death by his parents; his wife, Mary; sisters, Marion and Diane; brother, Dale; grandson, Christopher Beno; and friend, Lorraine.
A Mass of CHRISTIAN BURIAL will be held at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, August 21, 2019, at GOOD SHEPHERD CATHOLIC PARISH AT ST. JAMES CHURCH, 1204 St. James Ct., Madison, with Msgr. Tom Baxter presiding. Family will greet friends from 4 p.m. until 7 p.m. on Tuesday, August 20, 2019, at CRESS FUNERAL HOME, 3610 Speedway Road and on Wednesday at church from 10 a.m. until the time of Mass. Guests are welcome to join the family after Mass for a luncheon to celebrate Bill’s life. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to Agrace HospiceCare, 5395 E Cheryl Pkwy., Fitchburg.
Bill has finally made it to where he said he wanted to go, to the happy hunting ground.
MADISON—On August 11, 2019, Robert Anthony “Max” Dunn officially departed for paradise with the gracious assistance of Agrace Hospice so he could be reunited with his bride, Mary Jeanne. In the spirit of his Irish wit, Max would have said “the rumors of my passing, in this case, are not greatly exaggerated.” Given his wonderful sense of humor and natural talent for entertaining, he was asked to serve as the master of ceremonies at the annual Edgefest Follies, from 1973—1979.
Born in Madison in 1924, Max was a lifelong Madison resident, devout Catholic, loving father and grandfather, loyal friend and devoted Badger football fan. He grew up on Randall Avenue, attended St. James Catholic grade school, West High School and the University of Wisconsin. In 1942, during Max’s senior year as a pole vaulter on West High School’s track team, they took the state championship, following a 30-year losing streak. In one of the events, urban legend has it that as Max approached the crossbar his bamboo pole broke. Standing near the pole vaulting pit was Max’s mother who screamed and fainted. The eldest son of James and Vivian (Felton) Dunn, Max was preceded in death by siblings, Rosemary, Frances and James. Max is survived by his children; their spouses; and his grandchildren; as well as his niece, Jeanne Petry (Gregg) Jones.
Beginning in the late 1940s, Max did an eight-year stint in Chicago working in the clothing business for Hart Schaffner Marx, where he developed his excellent taste in clothing and an affinity for Scottish tartan plaids. Pendleton was a treasured fashion on Chamberlain Avenue. Max returned to Madison and married Mary Jeanne Jackson in 1953, at St. Raphael’s Cathedral followed by a reception at the Edgewater Hotel. In later years, Max took great interest and pride in his son’s acquisition and redevelopment of this landmark hotel.
Mary Jeanne preceded Max in death in 1986. Together they raised four children, Colleen (Michael) Dubin, Judy (Bob) Buckley, Sarah Dunn and Bob (Julie) Dunn. Max was blessed with eight grandchildren who brought him tremendous joy and pride, Kelly Buckley, Sally Carpenter, Bob Dunn, Cate Carpenter, Jack Dunn, Harry Carpenter, Anna Dunn and Molly Dunn. “Gramps” was actively involved in his grandchildren’s lives, rarely missing a sporting event, school performance, dance recital, never missed a birthday cake, and was always readily available to babysit and transport them to various activities. Gramps was a lot of fun.
Max established the design and build firm Facilities Construction Management (FCM) primarily focused on the development and construction of medical facilities throughout Wisconsin. He and his lifelong friend, Bob O’Malley, also went on to develop Highlands Abbey Condominiums located on Old Sauk Road in Madison. A majority of Max’s career was focused on the real estate development and construction business.
He was a lifelong member of the Madison Club and held Badger football season tickets near the 50 yard line for over 50 years. He and Mary Jeanne never missed a home game and hosted many post game parties at their Chamberlain Avenue home. In his earlier years, Max performed in Madison Theater Guild plays and his home was frequently filled with music from popular Broadway musicals.
An excellent downhill skier, Max taught each of his children to ski when they turned four years old. That led to annual trips for close to 25 years to Indianhead Mountain with close family friends, the Corcorans and the Hopkins. His other passion was sailing. He spent many summers sailing in races on Lake Mendota and Lake Michigan, and in retirement sailed throughout the Caribbean while living on his boat in Sarasota, Fla. He was also known to escape to his favorite Wisconsin retreat, the Red Crown Lodge, located on Trout Lake in Arbor Vitae.
Max was skilled at organizing social events to include the monthly Blessed Sacrament Parish theme parties in the 1960s, under the direction of Father Andrew Geary, high school class reunions, and the semi-monthly “Romeo” luncheons held at Jingles, Alt’n Bach’s and Blackhawk Country Club. Famous for his nicknames, often in attendance were longtime friends, Bob “Odd Jobs” Connors, Romie “Vermin” Vetter, “Uncle Lawrence” Lumina, Dr. Charlie “Charles” Larkin, John “Moe” Ryan, William “Jingles” O’Brien, Bob “RC” O’Malley, Tim “Heavy Shoes” Sherry, “Father” Tim Reilley and younger recruits Mike Shea, Jeff Supple.
A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 12:45 p.m., Saturday, August 24, 2019, at ST. PATRICK’S CATHOLIC CHURCH, 404 E. Main St., Madison, with Father Eric Nielsen presiding. Visitation will take place one hour prior to the Mass at the church. In traditional Irish fashion and to honor Max, following the funeral on August 24, from 2:00 to 6:00 p.m., the family is hosting the “Waking Max Dunn” social gathering at the Edgewater Hotel. The family would appreciate that those in attendance wear their favorite tartan plaid.
The Dunn family would like to thank the compassionate healthcare professionals at Agrace Hospice who took excellent care of Max in his final days. Donations may be sent to Agrace Hospice at www.agrace.org. The family would also like to thank Max’s close friend Dr. Lou “Louis” Bernhardt for his unwavering support, kindness, and friendship.
STOUGHTON—Alvie C. Nelson, age 93, passed away on Monday, Aug. 12, 2019. He was born on Oct. 4, 1925, the son of Alvie G. and Myrtle (Neath) Nelson. After graduation from Stoughton High School, Alvie enlisted in the U.S. Navy and served during World War II. He married Doris Wondrash on March 25, 1977.
After his discharge from the Navy, Alvie attended Madison Business College and from 1948-1960, worked as an administrative assistant for the Veteran’s Administration in Madison. He went on to serve as the director of the Henry Vilas Zoo, until his retirement in 1985. Through working for the zoo, Alvie traveled extensively, visiting other countries, acquiring animals and sharing his knowledge with other zoo directors. He was also a longtime member of the Masons and Zor Shriners, where he was instrumental in the free camel rides.
Alvie is survived by his wife, Doris; two daughters, Donna (David Feuling) and Nancy (Peter) Knupfer; six grandchildren, Jason (Christine) Cartwright, Kelly (Greg) Dowdy, Rebecca, Sarah, Maria and Leta Knupfer; two great-grandchildren, Keira and Segan Cartwright; brother, Howard; sisters, Shirley (Dale) Hanson, Barbara (Donald) Larson and Norma (John) Devine; and many cherished nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents; stepmother, Elsie Skoien Nelson; brothers, Ronald and Raymond; nephew, Mike Hanson; and sisters-in-law, Nancy Westby, Catherine Nelson and Evonne Nelson.
A memorial service was held.
The family wishes to thank Gene Bailey, John Walasek, Fritz Ragatz and Harry Harnek for their weekly visits, which made for some good laughs. Online condolences may be made at www.gundersonfh.com.
OREGON—Howard H. Loret, age 57, passed away on Friday, Aug. 16, 2019. He was born on April 10, 1962, in Madison, Wis., the son of Jerome and Judith (Tholo) Loret.
He graduated from Oregon High School in 1980. Howie worked many jobs including a cook, restaurant manager, warehouse clerk, office assistant and cashier. In 1983, he married Tami Sura from Clayton, Wis. He enjoyed golfing and bowling in his free time.
Howie is survived by his wife, Tami; sons, Chris and Josh; sister, Roberta (Brian) Kelly; brother, Daniel; and grandchildren, Hadley, Harper, Aubre, Colton and Cooper. He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Howard (Mable) Tholo and Harold (Ethel) Loret; and brother, Frankie.
A funeral service will be held at GUNDERSON EAST FUNERAL AND CREMATION CARE, 5203 Monona Drive, Madison, at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Aug. 24, 2019. Burial will be held at Roselawn Memorial Park. A visitation will be held at the funeral home at 4 p.m. until 7 p.m. on Friday, August 23, 2019, and also from 10 a.m. until the time of the service on Saturday.
A special thank you to Jeff, Teresa and Kiera Sweeney, Don and Margaret Denton, Morgan and Hope Larson, Jamie and Josh Gahnz, Anna Larson and Agrace HospiceCare. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the family. Online condolences may be made to www.gundersonfh.com.
FITCHBURG—Sandra “Sandy” Mischke, age 82, of Fitchburg, passed away on Thursday, Aug. 15, 2019. Funeral arrangements are pending. A full obituary will appear at a later date. Online condolences may be made at www.gundersonfh.com.
MADISON—Edith Marie Olson, age 101, passed away peacefully on Monday, June 17, 2019, at Oakwood Village West in Madison. She was born on January 1, 1918, in Madison, to Thomas and Katherine (Windhauser) Olson.
Edith graduated from the University of Wisconsin with degrees in nutrition and library science. She enjoyed two careers, one as a dietitian for a number of years, and then as a librarian in the children’s room at Madison Public Library where she retired in 1981. Edith enjoyed concerts, theatre, travel, exercise, auditing classes at Edgewood College and the University of Wisconsin extension.
She is survived by her great-great-nephews, Conley and Eann Potter; great-niece, Tara Potter and her daughter, Gwen; friends and relatives.
Edith was preceded in death by her parents; her brothers, Edward and Thomas Jr.; a sister, Catherine Olson; sister-in-law, Eleanore Olson; niece, Jeanne Olson; and great-nephew, Thomas Potter.
A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at OUR LADY QUEEN OF PEACE CATHOLIC CHURCH, 401 S. Owen Dr., Madison, on Wednesday, August 21, 2019, at 11:00 a.m. with Msgr. Kenneth J. Fiedler presiding. Burial will follow at Forest Hill Cemetery.
Memorials donations may be made to Edgewood College or a charity of your choice.