Madison
45° F
Clear
Clear
Advertisement

Patricia Rose Hanewold

Published On: Feb 27 2013 09:53:10 AM CST
Obits_Icon

June 15, 1924 - February 25, 2013 Patricia Rose Hanewold, age 88, passed away Feb. 25, 2013, at Beloit Memorial Hospital in Beloit. She was born June 15, 1924, in Cleveland, OH, to Verle and Mildred (Hall) Shetler. She married James A. Hanewold on Nov. 10, 1945.

Patricia is survived by six children: Cheryl (Michael) Trieschmann of Melon, WI, James D. Hanewold of Atlanta, GA, Ella (Mathew) Slowey of Janesville, WI, Jerome J. Hanewold of Nashville, TN, Denise L. Klug of Edgerton, WI, and Patti J. Hanewold of Clinton, WI; four sisters: Vivian Minnick, of Tyler, TX, Margaret (Jerry) Green of Janesville, Jackie (Jerry) McCoy of Brodhead, WI, and Fayanne Lambert of Madison, WI; nineteen grandchildren; thirty-three great-grandchildren; and five great-great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband; one son, Allen; four brothers, Homer, Deak, Jerry and Gus.

A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. Friday, March 1, 2013, at MILTON LAWNS MEMORIAL PARK. Visitation will be held from 1 p.m. until time of service at MILTON LAWNS MEMORIAL PARK. ALL FAITHS FUNERAL HOME of Janesville, is assisting the family. Online condolences may be made at www.866allfaiths.com

Advertisement
  • Nepal earthquake aftermath

    Omar Havana/Getty Images

    Nepal earthquake: Aftershocks, aftermath

    A major 7.8 earthquake hit Kathmandu mid-day on Saturday. Many houses, buildings and temples in the capital were destroyed, leaving thousands dead or trapped under the debris as emergency rescue workers attempt to clear rubble and find survivors.

  • Baltimore police protests 8

    Alex Wong/Getty Images

    Violence, arrests at Baltimore police protest

    A peaceful demonstration in Baltimore on Saturday came to an end when police in riot gear tried to hold a line, and a few protesters vandalized police cars, threw objects at officers, cursed at them and scuffled with them.

  • PHOTOS: Viewers drop off sensitive documents for Shredfest

    The WISC-TV studio parking lot was busy with hundreds of viewers bringing their sensitive documents to be destroyed as part of Shredfest with the Better Business Bureau Saturday morning.

    A combined 1,295 cars dropped off bags of papers at WISC-TV on Raymond Road and SVA Certified Public Accountants firm on John Q. Hammons Drive.

    News 3 and Better Business Bureau team members unloaded bags of documents from viewers' cars and Pellitteri Waste Systems' Data Destruction team put the papers into the shredding trucks.

Advertisement