Obit: Kroeplin, Dorothy (1925 - 2020)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Kroeplin, Hadala, Arce, Wade, McCloy
----Source: Plombon Funeral Home (Stanley, Clark Co., WI) 10/11/2020
Kroeplin, Dorothy (29 September 1925 – 9 October 2020)
Dorothy Kroeplin, age 95, died October 9, 2020. Dorothy was born September 29,1925 in Cleveland,
Ohio to Mary and Jacob Hadala.
Dorothy married Henry Kroeplin at St Lawrence Rectory in Cleveland, OH. They moved to a farm in rural Stanley after two years of living in Cleveland. Dorothy worked at various jobs, lastly at the Northern Colony in Chippewa and she enjoyed many things, including reading, fishing, gardening, traveling, and general farm work. She was known by many for her beautiful flower gardens. Dorothy and Henry enjoyed traveling after retirement, visiting Australia, New Zealand, Hawaii, Alaska, Germany and many places throughout the United States. She also took many cruises to the Caribbean with a trip through the Panama Canal Locks.
Dorothy is survived by three children - Thomas (Sherry) Kroeplin of Minocqua, Timothy (Cindy) Kroeplin of Stanley, and Margaret (David) Arce of Grayslake, Il. She is further survived by her brother-in-law John Wade, twelve grandchildren, twenty two great grandchildren, and ten great-great grandchildren.
Dorothy is preceded in death by her husband, Henry, her daughter, Mary McCloy, her son-in-law, Bill McCloy, her brother and his wife, Thomas and Ann Hadala, her sister Rose Wade, a niece Jackie Wade and her nephew John Wade II.
A Memorial Service will be held at 11 A.M. on Saturday, October 24, 2020 at the Plombon Funeral Home with visitation one hour prior. Inurnment in Holy Family Catholic Cemetery-Stanley. Dorothy requests no flowers, she prefers a donation to your favorite charity or church.
Dorothy’s family would like to thank the staff at Country Terrace Assisted Living for the wonderful care
for the last 3 years, especially the last several months for being her family when her family wasn’t able to visit due to Covid.
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