Obit: Hoops, June Arlene #2 (1929 - 2008)
Contact: Audrey Roedl
Surnames: Hoops, Below, Moen, Schumacher
----Source: Loyal TRG 08 October 2008
Hoops, June A. #2 (8 MAR 1929 - 4 OCT 2008)
June A. Hoops, 79, Spencer, Wisconsin, died on Saturday, Oct. 4, 2008, at the House of the Dove under the loving care of Ministry Home Care Hospice. Friends may call from 5-8 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 10. at the Hansen-Schilling Funeral Home, Spencer, and one hour prior to memorial services at 1 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 11, at the Trinity Lutheran Church, Spencer. The Rev. Karl Rose will officiate. Burial of ashes will be in the West Spencer Cemetery. Grandchildren will serve as pallbearers.
June Arlene Below was born on March 8, 1929, in the town of Sherman, to Martin and Jennie (nee Moen) Below. She attended Spencer Schools. Following graduation, she went to work for J. C. Penny in Marshfield. She transferred to a store in Illinois for a short period. Upon moving back to Spencer, she was employed at the Shoe Factory. On Sept. 3, 1949, at the Trinity Lutheran Church, Spencer, she was united in holy marriage to Lloyd Charles Hoops. The couple farmed together in Spencer for nearly 59 years. She cherished the time she could spend with her family and friends, milking the cows and most especially being with her grandchildren. She enjoyed traveling with her husband, along with playing cards. She was a 65-year member of Trinity Lutheran Church, Spencer.
She is lovingly survived and will be sadly missed by her husband of 59 years, Lloyd, Spencer; her children, Nick Hoops, Wausau, Richard Hoops, Stoughton, and Peggy Schumacher, Spencer; eight grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren; two brothers, Lawrence Below, Spencer, and Gerald Below, Frazee, Minn.; as well as numerous other relatives and friends.
Preceding her in death were her parents, and one brother, Arnold Below.
Hansen Funeral Home, Spencer, is assisting the family with arrangements.
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