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Wendy Lee Westoff
Wendy Lee Westoff, 54, of Marinette passed away at Aurora St. Lukes Medical Center, Milwaukee on Monday, Oct. 14.
Born Sept. 21, 1959 in Menominee to Robert and Marilyn (Sandberg) Westoff, she worked at KSU for over 29 years.
She loved her family, friends, camping, and crocheting and enjoyed reading books, keeping up with news and current events, going to the familys camp in Devils Creek and watching the Green Bay Packers.
She is survived by her father, Robert Westoff; four sisters, Connie (Gary) Betzinger, Linda (Jeff) Sieminski, Tina (Steve) Fifarek, and Lisa (Steve) Pohl and like a sister, Wendy (Tom) Johnson; eight nieces and nephews; nine great nieces and nephews; many other extended family members, a special friend, Paul Bassen and lifelong friends, Janine (Don) Squier, JoAnn Galineau, and Judy (Gerard) Kapica.
She was preceded in death by her mother, Marilyn Westoff and her grandparents, Carl and Margaret Sandberg.
Friends may call at Thielen Funeral Home in Marinette on Wednesday, Oct.16 from 4 p.m. until time of funeral services at 6 p.m. Deacon Vince Beckley will officiate with burial in Riverside Cemetery in Menominee.
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