VIDA D. NEUHAUS

Vida D. Neuhaus, 88, of Plymouth, passed away on Monday June 13, 2016, surrounded by her loving family.

Vida was born in the town of Lyndon, on February 13, 1928 to the late Elmer Laack and Althea (Buchholz) Laack. She attended Acorn Grade School and graduated from Plymouth High School.

On May 31, 1947 she was united in marriage to Harold Neuhaus at Salem Plankroad United Church of Christ.

Vida was employed at Stokley Canning Company for eight years and retired from Sargento Cheese in 1990, after 25 years.

Vida was a loving mother and grandmother. She enjoyed tending to her flower gardens and had a love for dancing. When Vida wasn’t doing those things you could find her crocheting, watching game shows, or playing a game of cards.

Vida is survived by her daughter: Diane (Mark) Krahn of Plymouth; a son: Roger (Sally) Neuhaus of Plymouth; five grandchildren: Todd (Michelle) Krahn of Cascade, Tanya (Darin) Strauss of Plymouth, Joshua (Nadine) Neuhaus of Kiel, Shanna (Scott) Fedler of Sheboygan Falls, Rory Neuhaus and special friend Deborah Easterhoff of Cascade; seven great grandchildren: Carly and Amanda Triebensee, Brady and Delani Krahn, Kyrsten and Danika Neuhaus, Landon Fedler; a sister: Mavis Pilz from Sheboygan; two sisters-in-law: Ella Pacholke from Sauk City, June Neuhaus from Sheboygan; followed by nieces and nephews and other family members.

Vida was preceded in death by her husband Harold in 1981; a brother: Hollis Laack; five brothers-in-law: Harvey Neuhaus, Elmer Neuhaus, Ervin Neuhaus, Howard Pacholke, Ervin Schowerer; and a sister-in-law: Edna Schowerer.

A funeral service for Vida wasbe held on Wednesday June 15 at 5 p.m., at Wittkopp Funeral and Cremation, with Rev. Cheryl Lepak officiating. Burial followed at Salem Plankroad United Church of Christ Cemetery. Family and friends could gather at the funeral home, 123 South St, Plymouth, on Wednesday from 3 p.m. until the time of service at 5 p.m.

A memorial fund has been established in Vida’s name.

Vida’s family extends their appreciation and gratitude to Dr. Arenberg and the staff of Anita’s Garden for their exceptional care and comfort.

Online condolences may be expressed at www.wittkoppfcs.com


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