Kristine A. Boettcher

Kristine A. Boettcher

Kristine A. Boettcher

Kristine A. Boettcher, age 66, passed away at the facility where she resided on Tuesday, January 10, 2023.

A Celebration of life will be held at a later date at Connellโ€™s Cedar Shack , 2248 State Road 13, Adams, WI. Pastor Mark Hunter will then officiate.

Kris was born July 19, 1956 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She lived in Milwaukee till moved to Grand Marsh, where she stayed with her mother and step-father. She later lived at the nursing home for 10 years before her passing.

Kris was a member of the Grand Marsh Congregational UUC Church.

Kris enjoyed doing crafts, especially crocheting, and loved horses. She also enjoyed watching the wildlife (deer, birds, rabbits, and squirrels) from her window. She was a big fan of smiley faces and of Snoopy from Charlie Brown.

Kris was preceded in death by her father, Robert Boettcher; mother, Shirley (Boettcher) Wohlfert; step-father, Harold Wohlfert.

She is survived by her brother, Karl (Toni) Boettcher; cousins: Judy and Mark Boettcher; and by many friends.

Kris was very much loved and will be missed by many.

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  1. Sylvia Andrews says:

    Just a little saying from all her bingo friends they will remember her saying. B4- Kris would say not after. ๐Ÿ˜† She will be miss by all. Sorry for the loss from all of us here at Wis dells health services.

  2. Rick says:

    She will be missed very much, and we know that she is in the hands of God now

  3. Catherine A Grabarski says:

    Sorry for your loss. Kris will be welcomed by her folks in heaven and will no longer be suffering.

  4. Dawn, Rock, Zeke & Wyatt Stone says:

    Love & prayers to you Karl & Toni and all who loved her. She always had a smile and something good to say.
    Remember the good times.

  5. Wally Lange says:

    If the old saying that good people die young is true, Kristine would probably fit that. While we were out of touch for a number of years, i would consider that i have known her most of my life. (And i will never see 55 again – or 60 – or 65 – ah-ok, you get the message :). When we were young, her, her mom, and my mom would do the rummage sale thing. And with all three of them up there with the sales they must have – look out. Yes, she will be missed, and my condolences to all that had the pleasure of knowing her. Until we meet again – that is providing when it is my turn to get on that elevator, it does go up and NOT DOWN. ๐Ÿ™

  6. Dennis and Denise Cochrane says:

    Karl and Toni we are so sorry for the loss of your sister . Hugs and prayers to you ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿปโค๏ธ

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