Obit: Tuggle, Elizabeth M. (1980 – 2018)
Surnames: Tuggle, Trachte, Hutter
Source: Marshfield News Herald (Marshfield, WI) 01 Mar 2018
Tuggle, Elizabeth M. (26 JAN 1980 – 22 FEB 2018)
Elizabeth M. Tuggle, Granton, age 38, of Granton, died unexpectedly on Thursday, February 22, 2018.
A gathering for family and friends will take place on Friday, March 2, 2018 at Life Tributes Funeral Home in Spencer from 4PM until 6PM. Private committal services will be held later.
Elizabeth was born January 26, 1980 in Marshfield, the daughter of Kevin Trachte and Diane Hutter. She graduated from Spencer High School later attending Mid-State Technical College where she received her associate degree in nursing. Elizabeth was previously employed as a registered nurse at both the former Saint Joseph's Hospital and at Memorial Medical Center in Neillsville. Currently she worked at Younkers in Marshfield.
She was united in marriage to Jonathan Tuggle in 2017.
Her hobbies included creating wonderful memories through scrap booking and rescuing and caring for numerous animals and pets. Her greatest love was playing board games with her boys.
She was survived by her husband Jonathan Tuggle, her three children: Caleb, Ethan and Ayden; her mother Diane Trachte, her sister Angela (Aaron) Hardesty; her stepmother Lynn Trachte. Elizabeth is further survived by John (Roselene) Hutter and Joyce Trachte along with other relatives, friends and co-workers and her canine companion "Binky".
Elizabeth was preceded in death by her father Kevin Trachte; her grandfather Fred Trachte and two uncles Dale and Tim Hutter.
In lieu of flowers, her family is accepting memorials in Elizabeth's name for an educational fund for her three children.
Her arrangements are under the care of Life Tributes Funeral Home-Spencer. Visit www.lifetributesfuneralhome.com to share thoughts and condolences.
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