Obit: Treankler, MaryAnn Christine #2 (1941 - 2017)
Transcriber: Robert Lipprandt
Surnames: Buckki, Bunkelman, Misener, Treankler
----Source: The Tribune - Phonograph (Abbotsford, WI) 10/13/2017
Treankler, MaryAnn Christine (Misener) (2 JAN 1941 - 27 SEP 2017)
MaryAnn Christine (Misener) Treankler, age 76, of Colby, passed away on Wednesday, Sept. 27, 2017, at her home.
MaryAnn was born on Jan. 2, 1941, the daughter of Glen and Mary (Buckki) Misener in Unity. She grew up in Unity and attended Colby High School. She married Dwight Treankler, Sr. July 27, 1957, at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Colby. Together, they owned and operated the A&W Root Beer stand in Colby from 1965-1972. In 1970 they built and operated the Central State Speedway in Colby. They divorced in 1982. During her lifetime she also worked for Colby Metals in Colby and All Metal Stamping in Abbotsford.
MaryAnn was the #1 Packer fan of all time! Besides watching the Packers she enjoyed fishing, gardening, cooking, canning and crocheting. The best times of her life were spent with her children and grandchildren.
MaryAnn is survived by her six children, Terri Treankler, Eau Claire, Sheri (Russell) Bunkelman, Athens, Dan (Ramona) Treankler, Altoona, Dwight Jr. (Vicky) Treankler, Abbotsford, Rob Treankler, Owen, and Shannon (Niaomi) Treankler, Marathon; grandchildren, Dwight, Lucas, Clayton, Alaina, Clifford, Brandon, Garett, Macey, Arial, Tyson, Jessie, Lindsey, Jason, Dan, Travis, Nicole, Josh, Samantha, Garrison, Griffin and Greenly; and 14 great-grandchildren. She is further survived by her siblings, Leroy (Donna) Misener, Wayne (Janet) Misener and Ken (Shelly) Misener; a sister-in-law, Terri Misener; and nine nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her parents; brother, Bob Misener; and Dwight Treankler, Sr.
There will be no funeral service, however; there will be a Celebration of Life held in her honor, with the time being announced at a later date.
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