Ethel M. Spieker Obituary, Death – We wish to convey our sincere condolences to Mrs. Ethel M. Spieker’s family and friends on the demise of this beloved member of the Kenosha, Wisconsin community. Mrs. Spieker left this world on September 15, 2023, at the age of 94, having lived a long and fruitful life. During this difficult time, we would like to send our condolences and show our support with the family and friends of the individual who is the subject of this investigation.
This memorial page acts as a forum through which friends and family members can convey their condolences to the bereaved family. By providing them with the option to communicate their thoughts and feelings through the use of this forum, we facilitate the chance for them to do so. The lady in question had three important people pass away before her: her husband, Roy, her daughter, Joan, and her sister, Elizabeth Madsen. The individual who passed away was preceded in death by these three important people. Her parents, Albert Kroening and Florence Kroening (Burr), who passed away before her, are the ones who came before her in the order of their deaths.
The woman who has passed away is survived by a number of members of her family, including her children, Steven Spieker (Vincencina), Karla Montemurro (Anthony), and Kurt Spieker (Michele). In addition, her daughter-in-law Wayne Wojciechowski, grandchildren Scott Spieker, Elisabeth Montemurro, Emily Riedler (Jeremiah), Megan Fry (Zach), Erin Koceja (James), and Derek Spieker, as well as great-grandchildren Graham Riedler, Avery, Isla Fry, Sofia, and Maddalena Koceja, and siblings Kathleen Merten and James Kroening, all survive her.
On the Saturday, September 23rd, 2023, beginning at 9:30 AM, a viewing will be conducted at St. Mary’s Catholic Church, which can be found at 7400 39th Ave, Kenosha, Wisconsin 53142. The date and time of the visitation have not yet been determined. In remembrance of the person who has passed away, a Christian funeral ceremony mass will be held in the place that has been selected on the date and at the hour that has been specified above. Instead of sending flowers, the family requests that individuals make donations in Ethel’s name to a charitable organization of their choice.