Obit: Prochnow, Jacqueline (1934 - 2003)

Contact:  Kipp Kippenhan

----Source: Wednesday, July 30, 2003 edition of the Tribune - Record - Gleaner

Jacqueline Prochnow

Jacqueline Prochnow, 69, Neillsville, died Friday, July 25, at Neillsville Memorial Nursing Home. Funeral services were held Tuesday, July 29, at 2 p.m. at the Plombon Funeral Chapel, Stanley. Burial was in Oakland Cemetery in Stanley.

Jacqueline Loose was born on May 20, 1934, to George and Evelyn (nee Kloth) Loose, in Milwaukee. She grew up in the Milwaukee area and attended area schools. She married John Prochnow on Sept. 17, 1955, at St. John's Lutheran Church, Kirchyn. They lived in the Gilmantown area for many years, and then moved to Albuquerque, New Mexico, where they lived for 15 years. They then moved to the Stanley area and lived there until recently moving to the Greenwood / Neillsville area.

Survivors include three sons, Joseph (Brenda) Prochnow, Ottowa, Kansas, Richard (Sherry) Prochnow, Pomona, Kansas, and Timothy (Katherine) Prochnow, Pomona, Kansas; six daughters, Christine (Paul) Fausett, Greenwood, Barbara (Charles) Bailey, Augusta, Jeanette (Ronald) Sullivan, Truth or Consequences, New Mexico, Catherine (Craig) Hillman, Rio Rancho, New Mexico, Donna Prochnow, Turlock, Calif., and Caroline Bixton, Eau Claire; 22 grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; her mother, Evelyn Loose, Menomonie Falls; and two brothers, Wayne (Pat) Loose, Brookfield, and Gary (Pat) Loose, Florida.

Preceding her in death were her husband, John; and her father, George Loose.

Plombon Funeral Services, Stanley, assisted the family with arrangements.

*Note - A granddaughter, Penny Stoltz, asked that the birth date be changed from the 29th of May to the 20th, and Caroline Bixton to Carolyn



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