THE CITY REBORN FROM THE ASHES OF AMERICA'S MOST DISASTROUS FOREST FIRE
Issue Date: March 16, 2018
Connie (Temple) Spohn-Kucha, 66, of Amberg, passed away Sunday March 11, 2018 after a long battle with cancer.
Born Nov. 17, 1951 in Elmira, N.Y., to the late Arthur C. Temple Sr. and Mary A. Harding-Temple, she was the eldest of seven children. She lived in Houston, Tx. from 1959, where she married Jack R. Weaver Jr. in 1968 and later had two children Wanda L. Schabow (husband Robert) of Brillion and Jack R. Weaver III-deceased (wife Rachel) of Fond du Lac.
In 1982, she married Edward Spohn who preceded her in death and she then moved to Wisconsin. She had three children, Angela Spohn of Crivitz, Joshua Spohn of Marinette and Jeremia Spohn of Amberg and also a step-son (Son in heart), Jason Spohn of Chattanooga,Tn. She had many nieces and nephews and children that called her "Granny". She also had 10 grandchildren.
On Aug. 27, 2016, she married Ricky R. Kucha in Houston, Tx., where she turned her life over to her savior Jesus Christ. She brought comfort to many people as a caregiver. She was self-employed and employed by Marinette County.
She was involved with Pike River 4-H and Local Chapters of Red Hats and enjoyed the simple things in life, including daisies, being a homemaker, gatherings with family and friends, giving the perfect gifts and shopping for bargains but mostly being a mom and grandma. Her wish in life was that her children and family learn the words of God and live by them.
She had six siblings, Gary A. Temple-deceased (wife Lillian), Kurtis R. Temple, Linda L. Cunha (husband Joe), Deborah A. Plumbley-deceased (husband Chuck), Dorothy T. Temple and Arthur C. Temple Jr. (wife Shannon) and awaited the life of her great-grandson, Roy Jack Villanueva before her passing.
Visitation will be held at Roubal Funeral Home, 513 First St. in Wausaukee on Thursday, March 15 from 12:30 p.m. until time of a funeral service at 1:30 p.m. A gathering and luncheon to celebrate her new life will follow at New Life Christian Fellowship, 8050 County Road C, Wausaukee. Burial will be in the Amberg Town Cemetery at a later date.