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Arletta R. Thibadeau
Arletta R. Thibadeau, 87, Gillett, passed away Friday, Aug. 30th at New Care Nursing Home in Crivitz.
Born Aug. 27, 1926, in Oconto Falls to the late Elmer Landin and Leona Henne, as a young woman, she worked for her father at Landin Motor Co. and later worked for the Gillett School District for many years. She also belonged to the VFW and St. John's Christian Women's Society.
She had many hobbies, enjoyed bowling, traveling, feeding the birds, playing smear, tending to her home, yard and flowers and mostly enjoyed spending time with her family, dogs, and grand-dogs at the cottage in Townsend.
She is survived by two sons, Dan (Sue) Thibadeau of Minnesota and Jon Thibadeau of Gillett; two daughters, Paula (Dave) Lintner of Marinette and Joan (Pat) Suzawith of Amberg; four grandchildren; two sisters, Ramona (Tom) Tessier and Gloria (Dick) Garvey; several nieces, nephews, relatives and friends.
Preceding her in death was her husband, Eugene Thibadeau; her parents, Elmer and Leona; a grandson, Greg; many brother and sisters-in-laws and other relatives and friends.
Friends and family called on Wednesday, Sept 4th from noon until time of service at 1 p.m. at St Johns Catholic Church in Gillett. Father Dean Dombroski officiated with Interment following the service at St. John's Catholic Cemetery in Gillett concluding with a light social luncheon after the graveside service. Kuehl Funeral Home assisted the family. In lieu of flowers she requested that all memorial contributions be made and sent to a charity of ones choice .
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