Michelle L. Ernst

Michelle L. Ernst, age 57, of Arkdale, Wisconsin passed away Thursday, April 15, 2021, at Wisconsin Rapids Health Services.

Michelle was born November 3, 1963 in Kenosha, WI to Robert and Judith (Malinoski) Overdier.

She loved gardening, camping, birds- everything outdoors, shooting pool, and being a part of her pool league.

Survivors include her parents, Jim & Judy Bowen; daughters, Krysta (Dinesh), Bailey (Joseph); grandson, Cooper; sister, Kim (Don); brother, Brian, and her significant other, Eric.

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  1. Sue Wikman says:

    My deepest sympathy to Michelle’s family. She was such a lovely lady with a beautiful smile and Oh her laugh. I always loved listening to her stories she shared at the salon. She loved her family. I know God has wrapped you in his arms. Prayers and strength to her wonderful family. ❤

  2. Julie and Bob Goodhue says:

    Eric, Our sympathy to you and to Michelle’s family at this sad time; so sorry to hear of her passing.

  3. Kathy MORLEY says:

    I’m beyond saddened! She was a great woman and always smiling! I wish I would of been able to see her…she was a ray of sunshine! I send my deepest sympathies to the whole family! She will be missed by many! She was a great co worker and friend! Hugs and prayers! R.I.P Michelle!

  4. Mike and Lynn Jurgensen says:

    To Eric and to Michelle’s family,
    I am so sorry to hear of the loss of Michelle. Our sympathy and condolences to you at this time of grief and sorrow. Lynn and I were shocked to hear of her passing. We are thinking of you.

  5. Linda (Chaffee) Donley and Doug says:

    Sorry for your loss.

  6. Darlene and Mike McGuire says:

    Our deepest condolences to Eric and all of Michelle’s family.

  7. Clifford Pantaleo says:

    Sending our deepest heartfelt condolences to Michelle’s family & friends.
    Michelle, you will be dearly missed. Save us a place in Heaven. Cliff said; “I’ll bring you roses like I did at the old D & D years ago for your birthday.” Clifford Pantaleo & Jeanie E.

  8. Peggy Sleeman says:

    My sincere condolences to Michelle’s family and loved ones.

  9. Debbie and Pat Moonan says:

    So very sorry to hear about Michelle! My condolences to all! Another great person that has left us!

  10. Lloyd Waller says:

    My sincere condolences to Michelle’s family and to my cousin, Eric. Another one gone too soon but will be lovingly remembered.

  11. Karen Hover says:

    Bailey ~ I am so sorry to hear about your mother. I am thinking of you and your family at this difficult time. I remember all the parent/teacher conferences your mother and I had during second grade! She was such a kind and caring person and she cared so much about you! Please take care!

    Karen Hover ~ your 2nd grade teacher (just in case you forgot!!!)

  12. Karen Hover says:

    Bailey ~ I am so sorry to hear about your mother. I am thinking of you and your family at this difficult. I remember all the parent/teacher conferences your mother and I had during second grade! She was such a kind and caring person and she cared so much about you! Please take care!

    Karen Hover ~ your 2nd grade teacher (just in case you forgot!!!)

  13. Dawn Roberts says:

    So sorry to hear of Michelle’s passing. My sympathy to Eric and entire family.

  14. Peg Lecy says:

    So sorry your loss

  15. Ray and Cheri Witz says:

    Our thoughts and prayers go out to all Michelle’s loved ones. May she Rest In Peace.

  16. Judy Alderman says:

    So very sorry for the families loss

  17. Sue Anderson says:

    So very sorry for your loss. Michelle was a wonderful person, always smiling. It was always so nice to chat with her when the girls were young and Tina was over with Krysta. She was a hard worker and always had her family’s best interest in mind. Her love for you was boundless. Thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time.

  18. Kathie and Jerry Dye says:

    So sorry for your family’s loss. Michelle’s smile and joyful attitude will always be remembered.

  19. Tammy Renner says:

    I still cant believe it. We had alot of fun years together. Garden buddies,bird watchers, she always had some diy project going. If someone could get it done…Michelle could. She was very resourceful and her family meant the world to her. I remember watching her and her step Dad Jim roof her house. I remember her always asking Krysta and Bailey if they had any homework when they came home from school and she was always trying to help them. She was an amazing decorator,cook(I loved her soup) and she always had a cup of coffee,iced tea or wine for any one that came over. I remember having wonderful visits with her and her Mom Judy over a cup of coffee before they would make a trip to Wal mart or Menards. Michelle also liked Jungs and was always wanting to share her gardening magazines. She was one of the hardest working most committed women I know. We lost touch these last several years but one thing that will never be lost is the memories that were shared throughout the years. I planted some Rose’s and wigelias in your memory down by the pond Michelle. I’m sure the beauty here is nowhere a comparison to where you are now and I’m sure your Grandma and others are so happy to see you. The dwarf iris that you gave me started to bloom today. It was like you were saying to me “I’m at peace”. Love Strength and Peace to all of your family and friends. Bear Hugs.

  20. Sheila Smedbron says:

    My condolences to Michelle’s family, she was a good person, so sad of her passing. I was one of her co-workers, she will be dearly missed by many of us. She is at peace now

  21. Cynthia Babcock says:

    My condolences to the family. My thoughts and prayers go out to all you.

  22. Dale & Charlotte Robinson says:

    You will be missed by all who knew and loved you — May the Lord take care of you

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