Obit: Bremer, Elsie Bertha #2 (1911 - 2009)
Bremer, Hunsicker, Schneider, Neumann, Fenske
Marshfield News Herald (Marshfield, Wood County, Wis.) Thursday, 5
Elsie Bertha (13 Feb. 1911 - 3 Nov. 2009)
-- Elsie Bertha Bremer, 98, of Abbotsford, died Tuesday, Nov. 3,
2009, at the Golden LivingCenter in Abbotsford. Her funeral service
will be held at 11 a.m. Friday, Nov. 6, 2009, at Christ Lutheran
Church in Abbotsford. Rev. Dr. Paul C. Hunsicker Sr. will conduct
her funeral service.
will be held at the church Friday from 9:30 a.m. until the time of
service. Burial will follow at the Abbotsford Public
born Feb. 13, 1911, in the town of Mayville to John and Pauline
(Schneider) Bremer. She graduated from St. Peter's Parochial School
and Dorchester High School in 1928. After graduation she worked in
Milwaukee as a nanny and housekeeper. At that time she also
attended Vocational School returning after 15 years to care for her
parents. She was employed locally for the following 12 years at
Miller Bakery as a cake decorator. She also was employed for the
U.S. Census Bureau for more than 20 years, covering Clark
having an artistic touch, she took up art in her late 40s,
specializing in still life, scenery and dog portraits. Her
paintings were exhibited throughout Wisconsin, winning many awards.
She was proud to have been an exhibitor at New Visions Gallery at
the Marshfield Clinic. She also was very involved as an original
organizer and later a costume maker, sewing more than 100 costumes
for the Abbotsford Christmas Parade.
retirement, she traveled the world including the Holy Land,
Australia, New Zealand, Alaska, Russia and Europe. Elsie had a
flair for life and was self taught in history, religion and
especially geography through her love of books.
Elsie is lovingly survived by one brother, John (Jean) Bremer; and numerous nieces and nephews. She is preceded in death by her two sisters, Ann Neumann and Minnie Fenske; and one brother, Arthur Bremer.
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